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Judge denies request to stop mail ballot counting in Las Vegas area

Our American Stories with Lee Habeeb

00:16 sec | 4 d ago

Judge denies request to stop mail ballot counting in Las Vegas area

"Vegas area. The Trump campaign and the Nevada Republican Party sued, charging the election's officials are making meaningful observation of signature checking impossible. The judge has scheduled a hearing on the case for next Wednesday, while Keegan, the Illinois has dismissed the police officer. Fired

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"keegan" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

06:35 min | 4 months ago

"keegan" Discussed on The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.

"Welcome to the Doctors Pharmacy. I'm Dr Mark Hyman and that's pharmacy with an F.. FAA are Mac Y, and if you've ever struggled with sugar, this conversation's going to match you with two extraordinary young men who are going to tell us about their journey. You might know them. Keegan Allen is an American actor musician, photographer and author. He's known for his main role as Toby Cavanaugh on the. The Freedom Series Pretty Little Liars his passion in his younger years tended toward photography, cinematography and lots of other roles. He's published two books and he's going to tell us about his journey with sugar, which y'all all know I care a lot about well, having less that is although I love it and we're also have Tom Hopper. Who is an English actor? You might recognize him as. The, Guy, who got flame with his father, because he didn't need scenarios. In the game of thrones, he's appear to serve merciful percival in Merlin billy bones and black sails. Entirely said the game of thrones and Luther Hargraves. In netflix's newest show the umbrella. Those are all like English names. So welcome. To be so you guys have been on the health journey last few years. How you understood the connection between what you're eating and how you feel How how did you find my work is connected to. Processed food, being bad and sugar affecting you. How did you connect those dots? Because most most young guys just whatever they want, and they just like push through, and they're like I'm superman I'm never gonNA die can eat whatever I want, but you guys seem to have a different experience well. Yeah, I mean what you just said about being feeling invincible was exactly the journey I was on I actually and. I was training a lot, so I was really into my fitness, and it was actually for training for the show for for that show you mentioned black sales, the this whole journey happen for me and we went on quite extreme diet to to get into shape for that show. and. During that process. I started to get stomach. Problems lost to make problems. Because while I was doing was going. From being a sugar addict. A major, actually I would do that and then do these extreme diet of cutting out all my carbohydrates and I I, we like Oh. I can eat whatever I want now now. On the show insurance, so I've been jet, and these two extremes kept happening. And what what happened? I think this is a similar thing for for many people who make this extreme changes. I had a healthcare a major health scare where my stomach. I go extreme case. You've got stripes and. I felt like it was going to die. It was it was so extreme. Yeah, like extreme stomach pain. Bedridden just felt awful. And I. Thought. I've got to Louis causing this and I have been taking. Various specification because I was getting like acid reflux, problems and stuff and I realized that the stuff I was taking a. Really ripped up my stomach. inflammatories. Take More Yeah Oh, yes, so basically. I was taking on volunteers because I had two hundred eight two discs and I went to a doctor who I was supposed to be helping me, and he was just going. Yeah, you box, GonNa feel like it's GonNa. Hold Dave. You have these. These these painkillers and stuff not thinking anything of and that's I. Think so. Many people are guilty of. I want to be free of the pain. Yeah, and I think what happened was I had this premonition of my friend who who lives very similar to us now my friend said to me. Goes it's funny, isn't it? When you feel ill when you feel that sick? You'll do anything to feel better again. Yeah, you'll do anything to feel just good. And said he has because I felt so ill and I was like. Yeah, that's true I would. Right, now do anything. And he was like Whoa whoa take every precaution. To. Make sure you never feel this again. And that was a big moment for me as a kind of a light bulb moment, and that so started my journey go into I'm going to look at the Diet because he he was like. You know when we talk about how our linkup was what you'll hear about fatigue Keegan in a moment, but he was a huge influence. seeing that he's always so healthy. He's never get sick. There's never any problems so I started looking at what he did, and he just didn't eat processed foods. You didn't eat sugar. didn't see anything that would cause any kind of inflammatory response and his body, and also through trial and error find what works. What doesn't and just being aware of that And I saw surrounding yourself with people who were on the same journey Very important is. Totally because otherwise, you're waiting unhealthier likely to also be. Drinking green juice and doing yoga. You're probably GONNA. Be Healthier. Influence of. Pay Pressure. Nima. I've times I. Get because I don't drink now either and. Every time I go out is have a drink. And I'm like well I. Wish, culture. Oh big, hot, and culture poke. COCCIA! You got in the local pub. It's like you're expensive if I. Just a memorable to place. It's not going down well, so Yeah, the pay purchasing issues surrounding myself on was a big influence for me. WHO's also a big Fan of yours? And she introduced me to you, and to your your podcast and that was a huge stepping stove, may because. You know it was. It was just about looking medicine and food, being medicine, and having that mindset and going you know I don't if I look at. The way people feel that call yeah. If someone who? Enjoys that call? You know an item thing. Yeah, a solid thing and they'll put that pride and joy into it. and. Get a fuel it with the best fuel I mean even if you have a pet I. mean we feed our case, we would never feed our patented. Cheeseburger fries in. Absolutely I see people giving the dogs they slide goal May. Yeah. Cheese Bugah. Uses analogize talking to him yesterday by this use analogy when I was shooting Toronto. Recently and every morning. I would see this guy who was cleaning his shop front like meticulous cleaning. With a steam cleaner to make sure look amazing..

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"keegan" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

06:09 min | 6 months ago

"keegan" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

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"keegan" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

NBC's Songland Podcast

06:09 min | 6 months ago

"keegan" Discussed on NBC's Songland Podcast

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Timberwolves' Towns out with wrist injury

The Al Malmberg Show

04:44 min | 9 months ago

Timberwolves' Towns out with wrist injury

"Welcome back inside targets on around work along with his we get set for the walls and the Hornets coming up here tonight time for the U. S. bank pregame preview and head coach Brian Saunders and Ryan third games as the trade deadline and just when you're trying to get everybody back in healthy we get the news on Karl Anthony towns with the wrist injury how frustrating is that they have at this particular time this is a season of and I guess a game of loans you know you can only control you can control this control is very good for us we'll just keep trying to push for this an injury that he either by the wrist injury a little bit this season is something that we've heard again all we will have exact details on that we just know that you know he's a real mess sometimes you know we just other guys the both of those roles with that news are you eager than to see who does step up and how the team kind of fares it's it's a more of an opportunity for a lot of different guys yeah this is an opportunity and we use that word a lot you know unfortunately or fortunately we have had a lot of guys at a step in the officer one roles because of because I heard as sick as a dog with your family things on which we always support you know this hearing this is common and you're one of those years but you know just I keep plugging rants honors along with this U. S. bank pregame preview the offenses look pretty potent his first two games what do you think in your eyes is the biggest reason as to why we've talked about stinking mentor system and we're we're we are committed and you know people always we're asking the questions and you know we see that the Osaka be perfect and you know it's not going to be it's not gonna be one of one of those things where you know your score a hundred and thirty hundred twenty every night hope you do but you know we've we've been able to you know for support for some good what's going on I'll put these first couple games here you know we just got it because it is a solid state keep things simple and not make shots this numbers are up to shooting numbers are up has been good passing this lead to open shots and knock down shots or vice versa it has no we've got guys a we sound selfish no we we moved basketball we also have pace of play it's up about six possessions again over the last two again a small sample size but is that something you're encouraged about an inch are you happy with as fast as they can possibly play yeah that's another thing I'm happy with right now so you know we are reasons the optimist optimistic about you know what can come here but we also don't understand that we need to to really make sure that we blocking the what we need to do each day and not satisfied with you know a bold new new players were where I will shoot the basketball now and not have to rely on defense things like that we got make sure we're getting better you sure do you hope that leads to an increase make it not only in fast break points but maybe the efficiency in transition yeah we do I mean you hope hope you're able to complete more passes you'll be able to convert more at the room and you know I think we will be able to do those debut he was efficient shooting the ball had twenty two points he did have six turnovers they kind of were very physical with all you guys in the second half how do you look at his debut hello I look as a as a major positive and you know a lot of things that we've we've messed he's been on he's able to do and so we're we're really happy with with the idea of you know him being able to to you know create for others gray from self and be sure just one game for him before the other two guys turn on Gomez and easily and James Johnson argues pleased with what they've shown so far as you as you may be hope for when when you acquired them at the trade deadline yeah I am and I think that they are guys were unselfish guys come from winning programs guys who know what it takes and guys who can help other guys as well and you know once you you look at once or you look at out more we can you know the way they play in the way they act sometimes you feel like they're veterans but they're young guys too and you know we know we did become the youngest team in the league now and you know we gotta understand that there will be you will be some growing pains with things but we also can help those going things by being connected by having guy stuff in leadership roles biggest Keegan Charlotte tonight maybe the fact that they they they forced turnovers not maybe not the same rate as as Toronto the other night but that one area of concern taking care of the ball yeah it's always in your area you wanna make sure to take care of them you know you wanna when you turn the ball over you know I guess a lot of things the NBA now it's it's as good as a lay up on the other hand and and the three on the other end and you know just because the way the way guys complain the way teams are playing prime first at the time good luck tonight thanks all right Saunders walls and when it's coming up here tonight stay two

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"keegan" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

01:53 min | 9 months ago

"keegan" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"I would not be wearing socks. Obviously because it's very a sexual to wear socks in that situation. I think you know we're going to do it and then Swish Swish. She's you walk up to the bed. I'm naked now except for my from my ankles down and I'm coming to ravage ravage. You Sis let me climb into the bed now static electricity. It's it's so no I think it's a mistake and now what's happening at your sexualization is called. My Sexual ISM is is going to come in to bed now. I always like to narrate when I'm in a sexual mood and so that's what I do is I say to my wife or when when I was single. Any lucky winner I'd say here I come and yeah. It's a good time to be worrying to be wearing socks but I think if you're in a long committed relationship If your testosterone level has dropped you're ending that long AH dormant phase of your life which just the long slide into the grave. You can wear socks if you like. I don't like it because I get to get got too hot and we're right to put socks on. I think my temperature would spiked about one hundred and forty degrees. I think huge amounts of heat pour out through my toes in the night like like beams. Laser beams shooting out of each one. So no I reject the idea of socks in the bed and that's my personal stance Curious to hear what your thoughts are and you can always call us back. CONAN O'Brien needs a friend with sonum obsession and Conan O'Brien as himself produced by me Matt Chorley executive produced.

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"keegan" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

02:53 min | 9 months ago

"keegan" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Got me going. It might even said I don't know if you've got to keep a straight face and he was like you got me so that was the the closest I got to give him a note and there was one thing right might have said. I'll Stan. Is it okay if I stand on this side of you. Would you prefer if I stand on this side. I think I can and get more. I was going to launch my legs in the air and jump and stuff like that. And that's the closest thing we came to a note. I didn't tell them what I was going to do. I asked him what he wanted. He was cool. Oh you know recalling that's up and then and then and then the other thing people say after I finish doing it was that there is a moment where I touch him. And it's like it just feels like it's not allowed I mean and I touched him and but but he was so amazing as a straight man. I can't even describe how amazing he was. He knew he had the tynan imperfectly. Yeah I didn't only I'm saying that now because I was so aware of it because I knew his lines and a lot of you know he's so good at this thing and he's so good speech here Kinda you just scoop and words and coming back almost whole paragraphs sometimes when he's talking to the crowd is really and I'm like I'm like he's got notes. He's not even looking at the prompter shield. You'll jammers that spacing first time. I did the correspondents inner. It was Clinton I went first and things went really well and I was very happy. Happy And I thought man I'm it's good to go first. Second time I sign up is Obama and what happens is you're sitting there and the president goes I and he is a loaded up with the greatest jokes in the world now. I really liked my jokes. I have really good jokes. But but he's just loaded up and he also the thing has progressed especially under Obama. They started adding stuff that late night. Comedians have which is pictures to pop they. They haven't weekend update they had. They had like you know magic tricks and all this craziness and so he goes up. And he's really kicking amazing amazing and he just destroy and I'm sitting there and I'm also they don't the White House doesn't tell you what you will you'll say like what areas you covering bring in all you hear by the White House here from the White House we're just going to cover some stuff. Don't you worry about it and you're like Oh man you're going i. I don't even know I've been idea right right. Yeah so I put all my stuff if I'm blue card so I could flip it around and take out so I'm just taking flu cards out while he's while he's doing his thing and destroying every now and then like every third would be like this comes out at least I have another one and I can slide doing that. Girona speech during the speech and he's absolutely absolutely destroyed because he's so good at it he literally does like a mic drop. You know he's like I'm out Obama out and he walks away and the crowd route serious. Yeah.

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#OscarsSoWhite: An Oral History of the Movement That Upended Hollywood

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:13 min | 9 months ago

#OscarsSoWhite: An Oral History of the Movement That Upended Hollywood

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Melanie of the Hollywood reporter and Matt had emmy. Awards are upon us of course and once again. We have a controversy controversy The so white movement started in two thousand fifteen that really shamed the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences into trying to become more more diverse And here we are again with very poor representation of people of Color and women in various important categories so so the Hollywood reporter did something really. I think spectacular. They looked at the progress that has been made and hasn't been made in trying to diversify. I trying to represent the population of the country really in the Oscar. Nominations and awards right because over the past five years. The academy has been openly openly and aggressively recruiting inviting diverse. People or trying to and the question we asked was okay. So how is it working and the answer is it is working but the numbers are still very very depressing. If you're looking for a more inclusive academy for instance. The academy is still eighty. I four percent white. It is still sixty eight percent male. Those numbers are a lot better than they were. Seven years ago when the Academy was shockingly early ninety four percent white and seventy seven percent male. But it's still not very diverse electorate. Yeah I mean I think what was so. Striking was the conclusion of our colleagues Rebecca Keegan and A person who did data analytics for us. Benza Zimmer is they could keep going forever try at the program that they're on trying to reflect what the country's population is like but they started from such a place of Whiteness Whiteness. maleness that if they if they keep this up they will never get there right and it's interesting because when you look at the breakdown of the member that had been invited over the past five years. The numbers are actually pretty good. I mean fifty. Three percent of the actors invited over the past. Five years have been non on white forty eight percent of the directors invited over the past. Five years are non white however the numbers were so bad going into this that it really only. It's like putting a drop of food coloring in a bathtub of water. That's a good analogy. Also you know there are people sort of say. Well you know the best movies we should win and we should be colorblind. But when you're talking about people who see things from us. Generally speaking specific point of view whiteness maleness. Then that informs informs how material is received. You know that it doesn't necessarily read with Equality if you're looking from a specific cultural perspective and you know and I know Matt. Ah You know Hollywood is a club and people tend to be you know somewhat slow to put it mildly to expand the membership in the club beyond the academy. I think it's really interesting to read this piece. That is just running the New York Times where they talked to a bunch of filmmakers and individuals at the academy and various people most of them black lack of about the Oscarssowhite movement. And how it reads today and you really get a sense of how there was this moment where everything seemed so great for a year or two we know and but I thought it was really interesting for example that Berry Jenkins Who had the Oscar winning movie moonlight you know. He felt like if they hadn't made the efforts they made. Maybe nobody would have ever bothered even watching it in the academy and it wouldn't have shot so that was on the positive side and on the negative side is here we are again and we just ran what we call the brutally honest Oscar ballot which we do a series of where people are non. Asli talk about their choices. And you know you read what I read. Yeah I mean these are cringe-worthy sometimes this voter who is an older actress. Basically said that she thinks that the Oscars are in American thing and that an American directors. You should win so she was not going to vote for parasite which is a South Korean film. And that really shows that we can say you think the best movie should win except in some cases on less that's right and then maybe not thank you matt thank

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Oscars still so white and so male

KCRW's Hollywood Breakdown

04:22 min | 9 months ago

Oscars still so white and so male

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Melanie of the Hollywood reporter and Matt had emmy. Awards are upon us of course and once again. We have a controversy controversy The so white movement started in two thousand fifteen that really shamed the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and sciences into trying to become more more diverse And here we are again with very poor representation of people of Color and women in various important categories so so the Hollywood reporter did something really. I think spectacular. They looked at the progress that has been made and hasn't been made in trying to diversify. I trying to represent the population of the country really in the Oscar. Nominations and awards right because over the past five years. The academy has been openly openly and aggressively recruiting inviting diverse. People or trying to and the question we asked was okay. So how is it working and the answer is it is working but the numbers are still very very depressing. If you're looking for a more inclusive academy for instance. The academy is still eighty. I four percent white. It is still sixty eight percent male. Those numbers are a lot better than they were. Seven years ago when the Academy was shockingly early ninety four percent white and seventy seven percent male. But it's still not very diverse electorate. Yeah I mean I think what was so. Striking was the conclusion of our colleagues Rebecca Keegan and A person who did data analytics for us. Benza Zimmer is they could keep going forever try at the program that they're on trying to reflect what the country's population is like but they started from such a place of Whiteness Whiteness. maleness that if they if they keep this up they will never get there right and it's interesting because when you look at the breakdown of the member that had been invited over the past five years. The numbers are actually pretty good. I mean fifty. Three percent of the actors invited over the past. Five years have been non on white forty eight percent of the directors invited over the past. Five years are non white however the numbers were so bad going into this that it really only. It's like putting a drop of food coloring in a bathtub of water. That's a good analogy. Also you know there are people sort of say. Well you know the best movies we should win and we should be colorblind. But when you're talking about people who see things from us. Generally speaking specific point of view whiteness maleness. Then that informs informs how material is received. You know that it doesn't necessarily read with Equality if you're looking from a specific cultural perspective and you know and I know Matt. Ah You know Hollywood is a club and people tend to be you know somewhat slow to put it mildly to expand the membership in the club beyond the academy. I think it's really interesting to read this piece. That is just running the New York Times where they talked to a bunch of filmmakers and individuals at the academy and various people most of them black lack of about the Oscarssowhite movement. And how it reads today and you really get a sense of how there was this moment where everything seemed so great for a year or two we know and but I thought it was really interesting for example that Berry Jenkins Who had the Oscar winning movie moonlight you know. He felt like if they hadn't made the efforts they made. Maybe nobody would have ever bothered even watching it in the academy and it wouldn't have shot so that was on the positive side and on the negative side is here we are again and we just ran what we call the brutally honest Oscar ballot which we do a series of where people are non. Asli talk about their choices. And you know you read what I read. Yeah I mean these are cringe-worthy sometimes this voter who is an older actress. Basically said that she thinks that the Oscars are in American thing and that an American directors. You should win so she was not going to vote for parasite which is a South Korean film. And that really shows that we can say you think the best movie should win except in some cases on less that's right and then maybe not thank you matt thank you. That's Matt Bellamy editorial director of the Hollywood reporter. He joins me this Monday at one. Thirty on the business. I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown.

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Jury selection at Weinstein's rape trial trudges forward

Q

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Jury selection at Weinstein's rape trial trudges forward

"It is week two of the Harvey Weinstein trial in the tense moment for Hollywood and the me too movement for decades Harvey Weinstein was this towering figure in the film industry he was executive producer behind huge movies like you know the English patient and good will hunting in the king's speech most of Quentin Tarantino's films but since October twenty seventeen more than eighty women have come forward accusing him of sexual harassment assault and rape heavy winds dean is now facing five charges including rape and predatory sexual assault of two unnamed accusers and those accusations sparked the me too movement Rebecca Keegan is the senior film editor at The Hollywood Reporter she's been following the trial and he joins you from Los Angeles to talk about the implications the trial has for both the me too movement and for women working in Hollywood right now good morning Rebecca thank god so there's a ton of coverage of this trial for you what are some things we should be keeping in mind as we had to well we're just heading into sort of the heart of jury selection and I think that's where a lot of this trial will be decided it's going to be incredibly hard to find twelve people who are impartial apart about hardy winds dean in New York City because of the just blanket of media coverage it's also interesting to note that many of one's dean's alleged victims have been coming to the court house they should want to make an impact on him on jurors and on the victims will be testifying you mentioned there that some of the yes some of some of the I'm accusers have been coming to the courthouse including the actor rose McGowan this is rose speaking outside the court on the first day of the trial your Harvey no matter

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Pilot Rescued From Halifax Lake After Small Plane Crash

Family Financial Focus

00:20 sec | 11 months ago

Pilot Rescued From Halifax Lake After Small Plane Crash

"Two separate small plane crashes in Massachusetts three people hurt in one of them today a plane crashing into east lake in Halifax local resident John Keegan able to use of neighbors kayak to rescue the pilot we're standing on top of his downed planes describes what he saw in the plane crash you know he circled may one lap around the lake trying to

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"keegan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

10:08 min | 1 year ago

"keegan" Discussed on Cinephile: The Adnan Virk Movie Podcast

"Comeback as saying as festering wounds eventually he'll and a new normalcy develops that's from bobby bloom of journaling curry in Lafayette Indiana like that review of the story one of the film's reviewing this time on the file in addition to talking about abominable to the kids movie out and our Special Guest Rebecca Keegan from the reporter I reached out to Rebecca and she was great to come on get her thoughts Francis Ford Coppola agreeing with this boy martyr says and doubling down the criticism of Marvin Louise but doing so in a much harsher way than Mardi was to quote Coppola Martin was being kind they're despicable all right clearly not a fan of alkyl men that will get into with Rebecca also Mount Rushmore speaking of abominable we'll be talking about kids movies and Go into that as always really appreciate all the comments please do subscribe rate and review on Apple podcasts this one here from the Justin the show is great although we have different movie tastes I enjoy the reviews carrying on the Russillo show last week he needs to come on the bad guy I love this pot always fun for a great movie in phone honest views Alabama instances time at ESPN and the laboratory. show he's as likable host great movie I love the bottom binge that's right bought a binge we've only got four more weeks left thank you appreciate that very much from the bad guy also hear from joker in this one is a great one excellent pod with a great balance of interviews and reviews but the fifth stars off the shadow too big night no movie has made me go straight to my favorite Italian restaurant an order enough food for my extended family keep up the good work Adnan from J. Karachi thank you so much man I adore big if you haven't heard it j j Dawson It's actually Jason Bugging me go Jay Karachi go check out the interview I did with Tony Shalhoub because they brought up big night with him he had a really good answer about that I mean it's just a just a fantasy mastic movie also in here from Kells new listener but subscribe right away really love the way it looks in films breaks them down no spoilers smart way of looking at things can wait for future episodes and check out the going off topic podcast shameless plug caddyshack forever all right we'll get one more in here from Steve always inciteful consistently gives me films to go back and rewatch Israel's new ones to check out for the first time rewind taxi driver and seven this week after Adnan mentioned them in a couple of recent episodes forgot how much I love them all thanks I appreciate That's nice always go back to great movies like that Jodi remember when I mentioned seven I often mentioned taxi driver I think I was talking about joker when did I mentioned seven maybe it was in the same review I'm not sure I think we you're doing it was during our Mount Rushmore segment and we were looking at I think psychological thrillers yes that could be you're right I think seven was in that one as well all right good I appreciate it when listening good stuff as always let's start now with marriage story which is good me on Netflix I believe in December but it's actually being limited release in theaters November six so I figured we'd get out the jump right now and talk Noah Baumbach film which I was happy enough and lucky enough to see thanks Generous Person. I sat next to for the Irishman so she gave me your ticket Melanie B Alice Melby hooking it up so I got to watch meredith story at the film festival and again if you've never seen a movie at The New York Film Festival you've got Galway such a special experience because the whole crowd into it nobody just stumbled into the movie everyone's there because they're excited and they're fired up and they're knowledgeable film fans and Noah Baumbach was there the writer actor as was Adam driver as Scarlett Johansson as was the rest of the supporting cast which is excellent Alan alda Laura dern and Ray Liotta and the story is this story but it could be called divorce story because it's about a couple that is going through a divorce and trying to do things as painlessly as possible I and I love the way that the movies start really smart engaging way by Noah Baumbach the first words are back voiceover narration and it is both Scarlett Johansson Adam driver each taking turns complimenting the the other so you have Scarlett Johansson talking about I'm Dr Degree husband and the fact that he's a great other and he's always there for the kids even love the things that you should hate when you're apparent which is kids having tantrums or kids being in the middle of the night and then likewise in her the fact she's sensitive and caring the way she falls asleep while reading a bulker this and that it's really nice extended sequence and then you see the two characters in a therapy session here Oh okay well the good back together this is not reconciliation the therapist recommends they start out by praising each other so that when things get a little bit messy they are a member you know why they I fell in love with each other and all that kind of stuff and of course the therapy session that ends badly and away we go and Mary Stories is I think definitely one of the best films of the year I think it's going to be on lots of best of lists I'm giving it three and a half maple leaves because I enjoyed it so much and I thought it was just a really smart film I credit goes to know about back who is the writer and director who himself was going through a divorce with Jennifer Jason Leigh low turn hateful eight and Jansen also came through divorce so when he wrote the script he based a lot of it on his own experiences and Sculpture Hansen really connected the script having been through it herself and so they kind of had their own kinship up over the material which as that review noted is definitely ron painful and the best sequence entire movie is argument that her Adam driver grab which is just explosive and it's just so heated in it so raw because all the emotion comes spilling out and all these long jess data and grudges and wounds that have been nursed finally just you know come to the surface it's not like picking off a scab just rip the band aid hold there's a blood gushing that the equivalent of watching this argument between the two but it is ferociously well done I mean I couldn't imagine one of the many things I appreciate actors do take after take and I couldn't imagine doing takes in that scene even doing wants must have been exhausting emotionally to imagine madame driver and Scarlett Johansson doing it multiple times is almost too much to bear but it's a very powerful secrets comes in the final third of the movie and most though is not that most the movie is not reconciliation but man aging as best as you can with adversity right for whatever reason she wants to go out and he's like okay well I guess if the relationship going to end and we've all been there relationships end well how do we make this work as best as possible and it's a much cleaner break when there's no children involved but of course they do have a child so how do we figure this out and she's an actress wants to go back to L. A. and he's a theater director in New York so first and foremost geography how's this GonNa work we lived in New York we're living in L. A. was she wants to be in La but I can't leave because I've got the driver can I get knocked for a loop once you see scar Joe's already hired a lawyer and the performance of the film and perhaps one of the best performances of the year burn is absolutely getting it nominee for best supporting actress and I would think might win because she is tremendous lemon she is exactly what you expect divorce lawyers to be ages cunning and Sharp and brilliant and they do it all with a big broad smile on their face I mean the sequences where the former all sitting down eh I the lawyer for Adam drivers AAll again is is wonderful because he's just so avuncular and kind and he's like an old couch she just like a comfy guides when squeezes cheeks they should live in Los Angeles and that Adam drivers should be paying X. amount of money because a B and c like it's it's amazing how well she's done which is where you enter Ray Liotta because again he is a shark of the nate persuasion who is totally hardboiled and top and I wish we had more screen time in the movies only in a few scenes but leonidas fantastic he's such a good actor and it's good to see him with a roll like this which provide some some meat really is kind of chartres that can circle with dern but this is the way of divorce especially in today's age you've got to figure things out and pursued things get messy things get a bit dirty it doesn't mean that the couples don't still love each other it just means that for whatever reason they can't be together but at what point they were in love now there are no longer are let's try to make the separation as painless as possible but of course that is not easy to do I thought the movie really nailed all the potential pitfalls of it and the the biggest key with marriage story the way Noah Baumbach wrote it conceived it and eventually delivered it is that you're not picking sides that you're not saying she's this and he's that you're constantly changing your opinion in fact you're kind of volleying Your Ping Pong in your own mind saying well I could see why she got married to him either sacrifice for him and I think when you're doing that as an audience you know when you're making the film experience interactive that's always a great movie you know it's like I always get frustrated people who don't like there's there's nothing happening we know everything's happening you're boring you're the one niners doing what's happening you're not looking at the fact whereas the catcher setting up what's the pitch going to be where the outfielder shading the pitcher but the hitter the last time he was up where is he looking in the zone other runners on base what's the crowd environment like etc same thing in a movie if you're just passively watching action entertainment okay that's fine but the best movies make you think along with them emerge story thank lose refreshing in that and the movie like this you're GonNa stick the landing the only reason I'm taking a half a maple leaf off there's a senior which felt a little bit like Oscar Bait to me with regards to Adam drivers character and again maybe this was the downside of being with his crowd but the cruiser cheering at the scene and I was like this is a little is to me I thought it was a little hackneyed the way the seed was not only conceived but also delivered I said I don't like movies trying that hard to wring emotion out of me I'll take a little bit of sentiment at times but when I can see the strings being played then I get a little bit annoyed and I think the first twenty minutes.

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Entering Into the World of Hair Competitions With John Keegan

How To Cut It in the Hairdressing Industry

09:25 min | 1 year ago

Entering Into the World of Hair Competitions With John Keegan

"The thick baronet would with a tight guy I wouldn't be where I am today environment both as a business person on competition over welcome for forbearing to be honest every Sundays and everything that was owner paid as well that was not a cheesy too we're talking to you know what I mean it was it was it was not paid

A new story from Morning Edition

Morning Edition

01:38 min | 1 year ago

A new story from Morning Edition

"Did you know that many hand dryers are actually harmful to children's hearing that's according to a study published by the Canadian journal pediatrics and child health and trash actually really really loud and especially our children tied since they're closer to where the error comes out and also children's ears are more sensitive the study's author is thirteen year old nor Keegan of Calgary she has been studying this issue since she was nine transaction using hand drives my ears would start bringing and I also noticed that children was not one is hand dryers maybe like coming there yeah I wondered maybe we are just thinking I told are too sensitive but maybe actually they are too loud so I decided to test it Keegan measured over forty hand dryers in public washer and found that many dryers run louder than the manufacturers claim an offer that noise levels that are not safe for children at around one hundred and ten decibels but not Alanis measurements was one hundred twenty one decibels from the Dyson airblade model and this is not good because like health Canada doesn't allow for you for children to be sold over a hundred decibels as they know that they can damage children nine wow this is amazing she hopes that her sound a science will move Canada to regulate hand dryers but as for her future in this specific research at the moment I'm not sure if I'm gonna continue this project or not but I want to be a fine one nine indeed Keegan says Dyson has reached out to her but she hasn't had a chance to talk with them yeah

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Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman Team Up with Ariana Grande for Netflix's The Prom Musical

Scott Shannon in the Morning

00:20 sec | 1 year ago

Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman Team Up with Ariana Grande for Netflix's The Prom Musical

"Ryan murphy is one hell of a tv producer glee american horror story and he's lined up a hell of a cast for his feature film adaptation of the broadway musical the prom he has cast meryl streep nicole kidman ariana grande aquafina keegan michael key and james corden they'll start filming in december we'll see it in theaters in

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Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman Team Up with Ariana Grande for Netflix's The Prom Musical

Lori and Julia

00:31 sec | 1 year ago

Meryl Streep and Nicole Kidman Team Up with Ariana Grande for Netflix's The Prom Musical

"And ryan murphy is enlisted a star studded casper is up coming netflix movie called the prom which is an adaptation of the tony tony nominated broadway musical meryl streep nicole kidman they're teaming backup together aquafina james corden ariana grande day keegan michael key they're all part of the cast and the prom follows a lesbian student in a fictional conservative town of edgewater indiana who wants to bring her girlfriend to her schools dance and this is going to be the first movie project under murphy's netflix steel that's on so god i bet it will be really

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3rd Body Recovered in Rubble of Silicone Plant Explosion

Financial Issues with Dan Celia

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

3rd Body Recovered in Rubble of Silicone Plant Explosion

"Search and rescue personnel, a recovering the body of a third employee character in the explosion and fire at silicone plant in what Keegan Illinois when Moore? Body is believed to still be in the debris fire marshal, Stephen Lindsay. This is by no means over until we've located all victims. We will still be working in conjunction with the private demolition explication crew. And the coroner's office is hand in hand with us in there every minute to not clear what caused the breast which was felt for miles around.

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Keegan Bradley, Tommy Fleetwood And Players Championship discussed on CBB: Big-10 Tournament

CBB: Big-10 Tournament

00:13 sec | 1 year ago

Keegan Bradley, Tommy Fleetwood And Players Championship discussed on CBB: Big-10 Tournament

"Million dollars late in the first round of the Players Championship. Tommy Fleetwood, and Keegan Bradley are tied for the lead at seven hundred par Tiger Woods shot. A two hundred seventy today. He is five shots off

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Keegan Bradley, Fran Quinn And Tommy Fleetwood discussed on Financial Issues

Financial Issues

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Keegan Bradley, Fran Quinn And Tommy Fleetwood discussed on Financial Issues

"Field deck in golf news. Keegan Bradley and Tommy Fleetwood share the lead at nine under after two rounds of play at the Arnold. Palmer invitational, Scott McCarron and closed with a birdie for a seven under sixty four and a share of the first round lead with Fran Quinn in the PGA tour

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Roma debate involves some hard truths

The Frame

06:38 min | 1 year ago

Roma debate involves some hard truths

"Took home three Oscars, but it didn't win the trophy for best picture, and it sure sparked a big debate this award season. The Netflix film directed by Alphonso Cuaron was not embraced by theater owners as well as some academy voters because it landed on the streaming site right around the same time. It was offered to exhibitors it's called a day and date release. Typically theater owners want exclusive rights to a movie for several months before it starts appearing on streaming platforms and on DVD. But now Netflix might be thinking about going back to that traditional release pattern. I spoke with the Hollywood reporter senior film editor Rebecca Keegan about an upcoming net. Flix film directed by Martin Scorsese. The movie is called the Irishman. And she started with what Netflix learned from Roma. Flicks had held fast to this day and date release strategy until this past award season when they. They introduced a very small theatrical window a three week window for Roma in one week windows for a couple of other films. That is not a big enough window that it won them any fans among theater owners who still really see the company has kind of public enemy number one. As do many traditional lists in the business who who feel that the obstacle exhibition is a big part of what makes something a movie. So there are a couple things now that are at stake. There is the question of what filmmakers and filmmakers like Martin Scorsese want in terms of how their films are exhibited. And then there's the whole question of whether or not Netflix failure to be able to release Roma in a material way in theaters hurt its Academy Award chances for best picture. Well, it varies with the filmmaker. Of course. But when you're talking about a director like Martin Scorsese who is ultimately such a traditionalist. You know, he's still shoots movies on film. He is a lover of classic film square. Sese? He feels very strongly that he likes his movies to be seen in a movie theater. And so with filmmaker like this, it's very very important. It was also important to help Alfonso Koran even after he'd won his three Oscars. He talked about the importance of the theatrical exhibition experience, so most of these sort of top tier filmmakers want their movies in theaters, and you have reported as have some other people that the fact that Roma did not have a real theatrical release might have actually irked some Oscar voters, and they penalize the movie by not voting for it for best picture to have that. Right. That's right. I mean, some of the academy members ice spoke to said they deliberately put Roma last on their preferential ballot for best picture because they wanna penalize the business model by which Roma was released. Now, you can sort of take issue with that. But for some of these people, they see Netflix has really an existential. Get and it's not just theater owners. That are a little bit uncomfortable with the Netflix model their people like Steven Spielberg who had an opinion about it. What is Spielberg pushing for? We'll spill Berg has historically objected to net. Flicks. He says that they're movies should win Emmys that they're basically made for television movies. He's now behind the scenes pushing for a rule change at the academy that would require a theatrical release of a certain window four weeks is what I'm hearing from my sources in order for movie to be eligible for an Oscar those currently a rule that was passed in twenty twelve the doesn't require any kind of exclusive theatrical release at all. So the Irishman is obviously a big bet that Netflix has made with Martin Scorsese, but it's not the only name brand filmmaker that they're in business with other other movies where they might be looking at some sort of the ethical release before a movie appears on the streaming service. Yeah, Netflix has a lot of very promise. Saying awards movies in the works. They've got an untitled movie from Noah baumbach movies from a D Reese, Steven Soderbergh. David michaud. I mean, these are filmmakers who have had a lot of awards recognition in the past. And I would expect their movies to be of a particular quality where if Netflix wants to be in the awards game. They will do some version of what they did for Rome. What which is to give a movie a theatrical release of some type. So it's one thing for Netflix to say, we wanna do a theatrical release. It's another thing for Martin Scorsese to say, I want my film to have a theatrical release. What are the theater owners saying because ultimately they get to decide what movies are and are not exhibited in their chains. That's right. And the chains have a lot of power for a release of the type that I am hearing Martin Scorsese wants for the Irishman. You need the chains to buy an AMC regal and the others the chains. Want a couple of things they want Netflix too. Have a much bigger theatrical window than it did with Roma. They also were saying that they will report box office to calm score. Which is the company that we all get our box office information from one of the things that was controversial about the way Netflix handled Romo was that. It did not report box office. And it did not allow the theaters where it was playing to report box office AMC and regal say we don't play that way. If you're showing in our theaters we're going to report box office. And I don't know if it's an insult to people who drink or people who sale, but Netflix has been spending money like drunken, sailors. Is there anything that would prevent them from buying theater chain and just doing a work around where they have their own theaters. And don't have to worry about exhibitors. There was a period where net looks was said to be looking at landmark but last December that chain sold to the Cohen media group. But certainly Netflix has a history of buying what it wants if you look just at the billboards that it bought and you. Used heavily to promote Roma net. Flicks is happy to write a check to solve a problem. Netflix does not only spent a lot of money making the Irishman. But also bought a very prominent ad in the middle of the Academy Awards broadcast. How important was that step? Well, it was definitely an expensive ad if you look at ABC was charging two to three million for thirty seconds spots. That was a sixty seconds spot. And it was definitely the company announcing big broad intentions for this Martin Scorsese movie. So maybe come a year from now we'll be talking about the Irishman either in or out of the Academy Award race. I guess the movie has to be good. I so we'll see what happens there.

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Should El Chapo's jurors fear retaliation from the cartel?

Bucket Strategy Investing

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Should El Chapo's jurors fear retaliation from the cartel?

"An expert on El Chapo says he doesn't believe jurors have anything to worry about. I think the cartel knows that violence here against jurors against judge anybody involved in this case would be bad for business, host of the news podcast Chapo kingpin on trial, Keegan Hamilton spoke on NBC news

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"keegan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

04:20 min | 2 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"You can see it in every frame of film and the way that you interact with these animals that you care so deeply about. But I'm wondering if there's a relationship between the suffering that you endured as a result of your, your injury with your your knee and the process of recovering from that. If that. Keegan, you serve tip your hat to this point in the movie, but this connection between what you endured going through that and how you kind of empathize with the plight of these animals and their suffering. She was always noth- letting little go until she had this terrible problem in the. She started coming knee pain. Finally, before my teenage years, I developed a problem with Monday. I was also the Parayno triple. So I went into hospital continuing in the back of kneecap scraped off for having the ligaments and things registered ram kneecaps pivoted in a different direction and nothing was really working. That was mount right leg that was effective start with. And then because I was leaning so heavily on molest leg that became weak and affected. So all these surgeries, it was very frustrated cut about seventeen perations in all. I was able to go to school. I was getting two weeks. Go to school. I couldn't mobilize around the school. Couldn't do anything. The wasn't even offered anyhow tutoring, and then it we got serious problem. There is a massive conglomeration behind your knee cap is turning it to jelly. It is crumbling inside and it needs to come out any out quickly. Is this going to be a big operation. And this is going to be very painful have to say, I've never been paid, like was in after old peration couldn't lay move in the bed. I couldn't couldn't literally ultimate edition bed. I was told him wouldn't walk again. Probably it be able to do sports activities, especially things that Roney which were high impact. I was going to be registered disabled at one point because it looks so hopeless. So that was an incredibly challenging time for all the family actually. Definitely. I mean, you learn from experience the best way that you can tell somebody something all the time. You can tell people that race is really Nepali, look into bits and a backpack, not odd, fifty, gray, hey, but you learn from experience do onto stand, went through is teenagers team acted me, but important thing. It hasn't made me bitter. It's just made me focused on not allowing if I can prevent it happening to anything or anyone else. Now, in terms of that suffering, what happened to me, it wasn't anyone's fault it, which is something, but you learn have an embassy for. Yes. Unnecessary suffering sister pulling any source of pain of any sorta creature is to something you just wouldn't want to inflict. I don't know. I mean, it's really, really hard for me to sit in front of an audience of film about may. One, Keegan actually contacted. I saw it was multi wind demille literally trying to make you uncomfortable. I mean, why would anyone want to make a film about me? I mean, I'm just like eighteen Masud religion even run. Yeah. No, no, it now. Yeah. Yeah. I mean, I yeah. I mean, okay. You know, I can run physically a component. One leg inference, zeal to. Yeah, I'm not gray. I'm very determined doing full a reason. I am doing it for a reason. And that reason is great of got my eye on winning Goeman or PB or a place of no interest me whatsoever. If you go to these races and people start talking about all things running and UTM points race, not this a clue, token wrong. Oh, you know, and I'm thinking, go away from me running about to be as quickly as you can get in the drug Dylan and see if you can knock it on to help animals that said noticing. I mean, I've had to really work hard for a sleeve eight. That's actually made people sit open. There was in two thousand and five when I was coming back from Amsterdam with eighth place place in the Luna, Marissa, and the Berlin and all the big races needs to do to Meyerson NHS year..

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"keegan" Discussed on College Football Live

College Football Live

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on College Football Live

"This past weekend, Keegan brewer is gonna fake a fair catch on the punt Arkansas, and it's all over. No, it's not. No whistle was blown. No fair catch was given. Keegan takes ninety arts for the score. The mean green hammered Arkansas there now three zero on the season. Folks are shocked. They're joined right now by Keegan brewer joins us. Now the architect of that play Keegan. My question to you is you're sitting underneath this ball as it's reaching its apex and coming toward you. What's going through your mind. Definitely a few nerves that I, I won't lie. We Gump through the play over and over and just hoping that once I catch the ball and stand still for a second, hopefully believe that I did their catch it. So we just over practice and overtime we executed the play after over and over again. It actually turned out to work pretty well. When you were standing there waiting Bala come down knowing that you did not signal fair catch, they could've you up. What was going through your mind at that moment? Right then it was. It was kind of a please don't hit me. It was just I would. I knew from my coach, especially the just telling me this remain calm and just him that it will work. So, I mean, that's all my trust in my teammates to do their job and just in the coast, believing that it will work and they actually did. Why won't ask about about your teammates job because there are ten other guys on the field, and I spent a lot of years on the coverage team, but I know that you covering a punt take cues from the guys trying to block you. What would the other guys doing on that play. Yeah, it wasn't just the other ten guys field actually for us because usually whenever someone fair catches the tendency is for the offense to come on the field. So we had to make sure are often stayed off the field and the defensive say on the field, hit him enough just though they think that all they just missed the fair cat. So that's what role from everybody else's to say on the field off the field and make sure they thought they're caught it with keeping contact with them aren't kicking. What did you call this play in all? Like little little screen. Kids tapping each other. When the coach told him be like, hey, we're going to do. There was a little bit of that the play call. It's actually Peter Pan as what we call it. Because when the punter punts the ball and it's not far enough, usually the punt returner everybody using those Peter and everybody runs away from the ball. So we call it Peter Pan where everybody would still run away, but I would catch it and hope that everybody would think is fair kits. So. They may. They may change the rule because of you. You may be sort of that instigation here officials having to take a look at this because they're trying to protect the player and at the same time. So the Arkansas players are probably fearful blowing you up because they might get a fifteen yard penalty and not even getting jetted for hitting it offenses receivers. So there's kind of that gray area there. The officials might think now now we have to change this. Yeah, they're, they're athletes what some gray area that people are seen in it. But bar main thing was trying to take advantage of what we what we see on film every week. And that's what we saw this week and Biaggi one that instill that into us and talked about that play before fall can't. We actually started in fall camp. So once we figured a team that he saw that we deal to do it against, it'd be a good idea and we didn't know it'd be this big change a rule because I mean, I didn't throw my hand up. I didn't do anything to actually make it a fake. Fair catch to standing there. But yeah, I can see what they're going to talk about. I don't know what will change, but we'll see. Fun as it is for you guys. It is equally awful for Arkansas to be dupe like that. Wouldn't they say to you the next time you went onto the field, the Arkansas players. There was definitely until..

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Box Office: ‘The Predator’ Invades With $2.5 Million on Thursday Night

Gallant at Night

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Box Office: ‘The Predator’ Invades With $2.5 Million on Thursday Night

"What if the earth had cancer? And what if the sun created it, or what do you have some extraterrestrial event coming from the sun and created the cancer on the planet. This is something that I think is a very compelling compelling story. And certainly it appears to be unfolding tonight. Christopher no with us tonight on ground zero very fascinating program. Stay tuned for more. We're gonna let you know what's going on. It's just just an amazing topic. We'll be back. Don't go away. Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. Thirty one years after the original in eight years after the most recent sequel comes predator the fourth film and the standalone predator series when the title aliens returned to earth with

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Jon Gruden: 'Obviously Khalil Mack Didn't Want to Play' for Raiders

KCBS Radio Afternoon News

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Jon Gruden: 'Obviously Khalil Mack Didn't Want to Play' for Raiders

"In Jon Gruden speaks. Yeah. Interesting comments from the raider head coach on ESPN is a preview. Tonight's Monday night opener against the Rams at the Coliseum. Gruden says he spoke with Khalil Mack wants never met him says it's max agent got his man what he wanted a huge contract with that trade to the Chicago Bears and suggests that MAC would not have been on the field tonight. If he were still a raider, obviously Khalil Mack didn't want player. That's what's being missed here. He was under contract. He never showed up for an OTA never showed up for training camp. And was obviously willing to show up for the season. So don't forget that we have to get ready to play. And I want players that want to be here that want to help us put this thing back in

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"keegan" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

KROQ 106.7FM

04:00 min | 2 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM

"You guys. The film predator is coming out on September the fourteenth, you can see it on the tenth that you. Call us right now at one eight hundred five two zero one zero six seven for the banned screenings during a Libyan, Keegan Michael key, sterling Brown. Scratched his name off callers twenty through twenty four you win from K. Rodney. Six point seven.

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Banks raise wages as they turn to automation

WBZ Morning News

00:54 sec | 2 years ago

Banks raise wages as they turn to automation

"Banks are firing tellers but at the. Same time they're raising wages bureau of labor statistics said that, it's protecting banks will eliminate more than forty thousand physicians between, twenty sixteen, and twenty twenty six so that's roughly ten percent panel Levitt wrote the story for Bloomberg news PM fifth third all said they're raising minimum, wage to fifteen an hour, on tax cuts. So that's part of the reason then also the job is becoming more complex requiring more from tellers but banks are increasingly turning. To automation take HSBC in New. York which introduced pepper the finance robot Pepper about the agency on veiled at the. New York City branch is did I get people into the branch and then field basic question indirect customers based on their needs to person who can. Further system so for tellers the job is transitioning from to you. Want tens or twenties to to you need a, loan or tech

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"keegan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Know keegan michael key they have and i always make they with him right because i still do that even though they've got separate careers right but key and peele were playing different comedy game than most people doing skits and building it's cool to see what has become of key and peele creatively as they got some of the cool things that come with creative success both like the choices that they get two major movies they get to make what it is that because they've taken different paths and i'm curious i don't know if you are as keegan michael key and he seems like he's the fun i don't know if i asked the audience mike do you know that in fact the emma put it on the poll you know which one is key and which ones peel because they get it all the time they get it all the time both of them do i think with get most often people pointing to them and thinking key npl's one person like a key and peele kind of our though i mean right you gets a key without saying peel what chris what are you waving your hands they're not at all the same person now they have two totally different career paths kind of now no now they've broken apart because one of them is key and feel no but he here's why this is broken apart because one of the things that we can't wait to talk to keegan michael key about is so your partner he's gone on to make a movie with a budget that made hollywood explode it was a racial horror movie it was license for him to now create whatever he wants out of that because as a writer director producer he created get out a genre of horror none of us had seen before about racism at the perfect time made like ninety million dollars of mmediately and so now he can write his own ticket and keegan michael key is in a remake of the predator remain it's sequel technical that's a fun it exists in the same universe ball just i think that's my fault because i told you that he was remaking the predator because i don't know anything about the predator ready no you guys are obsessed with the predator so i relate that information in corrected flavor dance dead mistakes that's a fun now why is it a fine yes i'm owning it got something you could do sometime wolf i mean no reason to go there but i'm glad you did in your rights that was a slicing parting comment that was like the flesh wound on bouche emmys face in fargo but holding that a one that was a cruel sickle from what may or may not be are grim reaper it seems like she wanted to take the blame just to take a shot it's to god's as weird right wow i know feel about allison and i mean privately she says you know how great our relationship is and she loves me yes heard it yesterday right and then she comes on the does that i don't know how to feel why are privately say that told me when that is yesterday you said that i didn't say you kissed me and said i want you also it happened yesterday i'm pretty certain i have a text here saying i love used to was sarcastic can you tell text yeah it was i could you know just tell the field of vibe of the conversation you know she's okay because you love well clearly she does not i mean you guys know her but she does not love it that where do the kentucky fried chicken's go in on this is their verdict on who's right and who's wrong they're onto society on there he'd be out of this chicken moist thanks.

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"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

Foreverland

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

"This episode of forever land has been brought to you by hollywood the new book by higgins that you can get today at www dot keegan allen book dot com i was going to place an ad there but guess what oh an feels so good to be back back on track you're listening to this forever land podcast with keegan allen and the smooth is jams and guy special shout out to lenny one two three head what's up what's up with episode something i think nine or ten maybe it's episode eleven i don't know but we're up there baby we're going we're going fast sorry i've been on another hiatus because i've been getting ready for my book tour that's right hollywood my photo book comes out april twenty fourth and i'm really excited about it because it's my second photo book and yeah i'm going on a book tour i'm going to be meaning tons and tons of people taking front of the line photos front of the line photos with all my sweaters and and special sweaty pies and you know it's interesting too because a lot of people i've been calling fans on the phone randomly periodically over the last few months and a lot of people are like how did i get how do i get a call well this is this is over and done with at this point but here's the thing it's not because you can still get a call at any time the way i did this was is.

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"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

Foreverland

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

"You're listening to this forever land pot jazz with keegan allen and the sluice smooth smooth smooth is jams and that guy special shout out to lenny one two three hidden where are we we're in yes i have returns it's called episode nine sweaty or aid look it up i've been on a hiatus from the podcast for quite some time every single place that i went most of the time people came up to me tap me on the shoulder and said hey when's your next podcast guess what it's right now serving yup sweet silver platter yep episode eight or nine or ten i don't even know how many episodes we've had but you know what it all starts now with forever land pod podcast okay the music didn't come in okay well look it all starts now so if we're on episode nine it's too bad we're on zero because it all starts now forever land podcast starts now no music all right wanna fill you guys in on a lot i've been travelling the world not good to eat too much sugar on airplanes or anything for that matter because you fart a lot and if you pretend like you don't fart on an airplane you're lying to yourself and everybody else and you're probably the one that's been stinking it up.

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"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

Foreverland

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

"You're listening to this forever land pot jazz with keegan allen and the sluice smooth smooth smooth is jams and that guy special shout out to lenny one two three hidden where are we we're in yes i have returns it's called episode nine sweaty or aid look it up i've been on a hiatus from the podcast for quite some time every single place that i went most of the time people came up to me tap me on the shoulder and said hey when's your next podcast guess what it's right now serving yup sweet silver platter yep episode eight or nine or ten i don't even know how many episodes we've had but you know what it all starts now with forever land pod podcast okay the music didn't come in okay well look it all starts now so if we're on episode nine it's too bad we're on zero because it all starts now forever land podcast starts now no music all right wanna fill you guys in on a lot i've been travelling the world not good to eat too much sugar on airplanes or anything for that matter because you fart a lot and if you pretend like you don't fart on an airplane you're lying to yourself and everybody else and you're probably the one that's been stinking it up.

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"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

Foreverland

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

"This episode at forever land has been brought to you by absolutely nothing because we don't have any adds yet but when we do have ads it'll be brought you buy something and until then is being brought to you by me keegan allen allen and the smoothest jams in the galaxy speaking of galaxies let's talk about stars episode five everyone special shout out to lenny we for taking this podcast from a single one star review to a perfect five star review because of that music thank you so much linney it's amazing and let's just talk about this for second forever land podcast this forever land podcast is now a five star review on podcast and on itunes if it was a resort it would be amongst the best and so expensive whom post has five stars we do all of us listening to major accomplishment for a lot of reasons every week this forever len podcast has climbed the charts from being only a couple of thousand people listening to now closer do hundreds of thousands of people listening in its honestly because i think we upgrade our lives and we do the absolute most on here and i hope that it ignited some strong dinner conversations with your family and friends may be it even caused you to stay woke at night wondering what you will do with your own version of when we achieve our master plan which is to live our best lives yes that's it it's a very simple master plan.

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"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

Foreverland

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

"Now our highlymobile highly memorable i saw blockbuster throwing shade to netflixing saying that their their time has come very funny very memorable it's also important to stay active in aware of our surroundings both politically and personally right now but for the next couple par sex that the star wars joke tell your responsibilities to chill out because we're about to deep dive into the absurdity of my everyday life growing up here in hollywood california and no matter where you are i want you to join us as we pursue this evergrowing question how weird does it get because it gets weird let me tell you about it i live in this gorgeous weird cool stylish zini place called hollywood and i want to share some of it with you may be your walking the class for a final that you may be didn't study that much four or maybe he did maybe you're stuck in the car with friends and he couldn't decide what to listen to and someone had the great idea hey listen to keegan owns forever land podcast and now ruin smiling because you made the best decision or you know what i i wouldn't doubt that someone is listening to this on the extreme elevation climb in a plane for their first ever freefall skydiving and if you are you're sox train have a great great great time so many people have also been preorder being my book my new photo book hollywood it is add www dot keegan alan book dotcom thousands of people already preorder ringit and i'm calling people all the time thanking them personally if you want to possibly get a call from me you know what to do.

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"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

Foreverland

02:40 min | 3 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on Foreverland

"This episode of forever land has been brought to you by absolutely nothing because we don't have any adds yet but when we do have ads it'll be brought to you by something and until then it's being brought to you by knee keegan alan we now have music in this forever land in its so it's but it's also exactly what you need stupor huge shout out to lending we for this arrangement that just took trevor land podcast into the map stratosphere let's bring it back up and listen just to the end in the king ring a new wow i'm really liking how we upgrade our lives on here weekly whom has new music ideal whom is out here doing the absolute most we are and we're taking one step closer to live in our best lives if you're listening i'm so so happy i love you yes you as you point to yourself maybe take a look in the mirror yourself and be happy that your here now supporting if you're not listening you're not hearing this but maybe you hear a phantom whisper that tells you the look in the mirror and see what someone looks like who's not bringing me one step closer to our master plan that i will tell you about later i'm recording the senate tree house just kidding i'm recording this in my shower a little damp from my hygienic morning but i have a carpet draped over the side to improve sound sorta friend told me to do amount here just trying to be honest i'm very very excited also to be answering questions from the crowds been going through a lot of questions comments on this forever lent instagram and twitter and in a little while i'm going to be going through some more of those questions answering them given some shouts it something really interesting this week i did a live video on my instagram where i was actually talking to people that i had never met strangers actually face to face facetime live where thousands of people were watching spoke to someone in.

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"keegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:24 min | 3 years ago

"keegan" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Would split a new in keegan michalke now we we both had of things that we wanted to do that we wanted to do but for me i knew i had this thing brewing and i knew that it was and i also felt like keegan completely agree that kim peo whereas it was a fun it was a dream project we didn't know if we would be taking a step up with the next season we were sort of feeling like you know where we were saying what we want to say and we we suspected the next season will be about as good as the currency's wasn't divest times and what's next have you read some whether you have four social thrillers in mine yeah i you know when i when i started writing this movie i i i started with a bunch of different ideas because the whole ideas as soon as something is boring or or you get writer's block on something we gotta move to something else in freshen have fun and so i do i have some other projects that come in i haven't written the script for but i've been working on the the plot and may might you made film that not only will you direct but you will also act in no i'm not i'm not into acting anymore i am so i had so much fun writing and directing this movie and enacting his less fun for me what is it about this that made it so much fun though other than it's something i've always wanted to do other than clearly you have certain kinds of skill that are translatable to fill in a it it just you know i don't know it for me it's an adventure and and to to be able to field the trust of the people around you i mean for me if i always picture it like year you get to be the pirate captain for a couple of months and you get to you know we will the talents of this amazing crew were depending on you for the vision and the direction and it's just this terrifying adventure and what part of it is the most exciting view is it simply the idea is it the execution of the idea or is it the editing of the year i mean the east each phase phases is is fat fantastic and it's on way i couldn't pick one eight one bills onto whatever you had in mind.

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