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08:09 min | Last week

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Are suing to stop the city of fort collins from processing and application for the northern integrated supply project infrastructure in city limits. Now apparently these two groups save the putter and no pipe. Dream filed a lawsuit wednesday against the city and the northern integrated supply project. Water activity enterprise over northern waters spar. Now that's an acronym for the site plan advisory review application for what is a very controversial putin river reservoir project the complaint argues that spar is the wrong way for the city to review this infrastructure it seeks to terminate the spar application application. It also seeks to cancel the fort collins planning and zoning board review of the application that review is set for june thirtieth saved the putin director. Gary walkner characterized the lawsuit. As a way of standing up to defend fort collins citizens natural areas which he sad would degrade and destroy by removing water from the putter river. Mr walker nothing. If not consistent now at the heart of the dispute is whether nist sp which seeks to divert flows from the puzder and south platte rivers for two new reservoirs is an appropriate fit for the spar process spar again. This site plan advisory review process. It's a type of developmental review intended for quote improvements to parcels owned or operated by public entities. Close quote this. According to the city's land use code now spar compared to more commonly used development review processes puts the city's opinions e board in an advisory position rather than giving fort collins city council the final say on the proposal now governing board of a far applicant can override. Px's vote and proceed with the development over the city's wish is the pnc board must review aspire application within sixty days of the city accepting it the city actually deemed northern water spar 'application complete on may twenty first. The city went on to direct northern water to submit a spar application for components of this within city limits. This would be the putter intake diversion structure. That's a river version that would be located in homestead natural area this north west of mulberry street and lemay avenue and a three point mile length of pipeline running from the river diversion to the southeast actually passing through fort collins and unincorporated larimer county land as well as three city natural areas to include williams kingfisher point and river bend ponds now walkner for his part called the use of the spar process for nest. A quote crazy interpretation close quotes of fort collins land use code northern water doesn't own or operate the property where the nist sp infrastructure would be built though city staff wrote in recent documents that yes spar still applies because northern water intends to own or operate the property. The complaints also argues that northern water doesn't meet the state's legal guidelines for an entity that can overrule a municipal bodies decision on a development. The state gives that authority only to the city council of a city. The board trustees of town or any other body by whatever name known given authority to adopt ordinances for a specific municipality now wachner said the save the putter and no pipe dream groups. Hope the city will opt to settle out of court. A satisfactory settlement and his view would involve cancelling the june thirtieth hearing revoking this spar application and proceeding with development review process with city. Council would have authority over the project components in city limits. He went on to say. We don't see any way possible that we can lose this lawsuit. We think their case re referring to nist is extremely weak. So hopefully they'll decide to settle. Meanwhile city attorney care dagga said that the city is still reviewing the complaint and declined to further comment northern water spokesperson jeff stella and we're going to get jeff on talk a little bit more about this next week. Jeff stella affirmed that the water district a will continue to pursue spar review for nest as city sat staff. Indeed directed said we saw the complaint. We're looking through. Its we certainly believe that. Spar is the applicable process for this project. Now some back story on this which we've been talking about it seems like for decades nesper would take water from the puzder and south platte rivers to store in two new reservoirs those would be glade and gehlsen the former would be bigger than horse tooth reservoir at more than one hundred and seventy thousand acre feet it would require realignment of highway two eighty seven near ted's place just north west of fort collins. The project would significantly reduce peak flows and the river while ultimately supplying a projected forty thousand acre feet of water annually certainly water at a premium as populations continue to grow Not only in northern colorado but indeed around the state forty thousand acre feet of water annually to fifteen growing communities and water districts in northern colorado including for collins. Loveland water district and windsor. But for collins's review of this is not by any means by any stretch of the imagination. The last step for the project. The project is awaiting rather crucial record of decision from the army corps of engineers that unsuspected to come sometime. This year and affirming record of decision would likely trigger yet. Another legal appeal now to additional lawsuits filed by save the putter no pipe dream and save rural noko related to lehrman counties approval of nece infrastructure are also working their way through the courts. 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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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08:33 min | Last month

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Eight thirty seven out of ten kfi thirteen ten. Fda dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail from the auto collision specialists studios joined this morning by he who must not be questioned. Kevin car fat guy at the movies that kyw's at the movies. Hey kevin how you doing good this name. That's what i wanna know. Well because i remember our conversation when we're talking about news. Anchors who had hosted saturday night live. And you're sitting there and you're and i almost feel those wheels turn in your brain you're like edwin edwin edwin. I'm like no was brian williams. You're like no no no no no it was ed. Newman you nailed it. It work credit is to well. What's funny is is. I was a. I was probably young teenager then when that was so. I never watched the news at that. I wasn't i wasn't like a news junkie or anything fourteen or whatever but still somehow that that stuck in my slabs learned my lesson no longer ever question your prowess thank you. I appreciate on that topic. Yes they'll be questioned all the time. I'm sure of course all right so we've got some new releases both large and small in theaters both large and small. let's start with spiral by role. Is the latest reboot of the saw franchise. If you remember that from about it's been almost twenty years since i came out. Yeah and it's fascinating. Because i when i when i saw the first installment of the two hundred and fifty seven installments saw. It seemed like there were that then and who was. Who was the actor. The play jigsaw copen bell tobin bell. Do you know that he always wanted to be a romantic lead in films and he winds up as jigsaw. Yeah i love the fact what i loved about. Tobin bell is him braced. Ed is did he. He he was he was just sort of the somewhat obscure actor handle a bit part in the firm. He played an assassin in the firm and he stumbled on this thing. And he's like. I'll i'll go with it i i. I respect that people who who they don't there's some people that just roll their eyes and be like horror movie but he it he. He capitalized on the chance. And that was great. Oh yeah he's certainly did but what was interesting. Is you know. I had that same. Take on the first of four or five installments jigsaw. No i would say on the first couple of once. And then i went. You know this is twisted very very dark but it's almost kind of and you might find this a stretch a morality tale. Well no actually i. I've i've said this before at least opens the first ones like you said. By the time they got to the sixth or seventh movie. Innocent people were being putting these tortures devices but there was this there was this message of. You're not you're not living life to the fullest or or you're doing stuff that's wrong or there's come up you're getting and and you may have to extract yourself violently out of one of these devices but you'll be a better person for it with that in mind since you brought that up. That's one of the things. I like about this new saw is there's there's a certain level of consequence that that comes from these devices now they take a different approach than than the jigsaw character. Originally jigsaw character was he had cancer and he said people were living life to the fullest and he kinda got people that are wasting themselves But it was a But in this one. You've got the chris. Rock is executive produce. Amy starring in it and he plays he plays a a a detective who As of course the kind of criminals don't like him because he's a cop the other cops unlike him because he had turned in another police officer for Doing something illegal on on the job and so all of them you know they're they're looking at As you know suspiciously and you know. They're call him a rat and everything and there is this new serial killer who is going after dirty cops and he's still trying to solve this murder. These murderers because you know it's it's at least trying to do the right thing. And so it kind of falls into that level of a police procedural which the first couple of saw movies had that to a degree. But this is a little bit. You know it's more sort of baked into the story like you would see like like tv show like a police procedural tv show. And and that's that's why. I think it kind of goes back to the well. It also gets the the director darren. Lynn bowsman directed the first. Well he didn't drop the first one but he's drexel like two through five or something like that so they kind of go back to this the saw movies history. And and and that's kinda why i what i liked the movie I mean it's it's violent it's uncomfortable. It's visceral graphic but it's some of you kind of expect that sort of get what's pay for right. Yeah if you love and prejudice and that your favorite movie. You probably aren't going to go on. You might wanna go find yourself. Around com part tobin bell neva part. And he may have. I mean yeah. Small quick and the dead to. Yeah he knocked around is just sort of a character actor for a long time until he until you've got this role and and But one thing. I wanna point out with this one is Ah chris rock. I gave him credit. This is. he's known for comedy and he's done drama before he did the apart new jack city and of course he was in the fargo. Tv show but This is this is a different role for him. He you know he has some funny lines. But it's almost there the funny lines that he just kinda throws out there and they're almost too real There's a darkness behind it but he plays a darker character at a a meteor character. And i'd like to see tim do more of this stuff. That's pretty cool. I like when they break type. You don't expect it but when they do it. Well it's it's fun to watch all right. Let's see angelina jolie. Those who wish me dead. Yes this is on feet and this is in theaters and in each on. Hbo max so you've got a choice with this one. Where does he. Because the warner brothers release and that's how they're doing all this stuff twenty twenty one i is. She plays a forest ranger who helps fight fires and as while. She's of in one of the fire towers. She comes across his boy whose Escaped in the woods and he's being chased by assassins who killed his father and she kind of takes him under her wing to try and save them now. I want to caution you on this. The being marketed as a big action movie. And it's not. I mean it has action scenes that but you know if you're looking for fast and furious in the woods not what you're gonna get. It's it's ridden directed by taylor sheridan and he he works on yellowstone and he did movies like helen. Hi hell or high water He also did wind river. he's kind of known for doing. Classic western motifs stories in a modern setting. And so it's a much more if you pardon the pun and so much more of a slow burn It's a much more of a character piece. So so if you're going just like lickety-split action that's not what it is it's still a good movie Maybe a little overwritten at times with some of the drama. But you know what you're getting into because what always bothers me is when you see a movie you're like oh they're not quite marketing that.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:17 min | 2 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And is expected to you. Have some democrats making moves toward Packing the court expanding the supreme court from nine to thirteen now. Nancy pelosi putting kind bosh on that at least for the time being but i think it kind of as the camel's nose under the proverbial tent This as nancy pelosi says no we have no plans whatsoever To bring this to the floor. This as a legislation was introduced a just thursday once again to expand the supreme court to thirteen justices. But well nancy pelosi san now. This is a battle that we just don't want to take on at this point in time. So we'll get to that brief history of court packing on monday fifty. Five thirteen ten kfi k. Joined by meteorologist atmospheric scientists that makings with channel to pinpoint. Whether he matt. How are you this morning. Doing pretty well and you doing well. I like the The view of all this water sitting in on my property here. This is good there. You go because we did. Get some solid precipitation. Yeah a lot of us here in the north. Got three to six ish Then there's pockets on the west side of the city that had They didn't get to foot. They had over nine inches in some cases so a lot of water in this one This is this is a good wet one so this is going to soak in pretty nicely. The next few days and and things will be green. Which will be good. That's always a good thing especially with earth day right around the corner. So what does the weekend. Weather forecast look pretty unsettled. Honestly we'll make catch some glimpses of sunshine today and tomorrow but still kind of under the influence of this pretty active pattern And that's gonna keep us big cloudy for the next few days. It'll keep up chances for snow the next few days and keeps us cool for the next few days now today. We may not even get out of the thirties. Probably make our way into the low forties tomorrow and then try to make a run at fifty or so for sunday now with this help with the drought This recent moisture It will help in in regards to maybe very slight very slight improvement. But i think the biggest impact of all is just going to be that it's going to help keep the drought numbers right where they are In and that next up they will come out next thursday And it will include this storm data with it. And i would guess we'll probably not see a growth of drought in the conditions. Remain the same so in that perspective was a good thing to have this definitely channel to pinpoint weather. Meteorologists matt makings. Thanks as always have yourself a great weekend. Be well be safe on the roads. If you're out sounds like a plan. Eight fifty seven now thirteen ten. Kfi kfi here mornings with gail weekdays. Six to nine and northern colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi what's happening in your own. Backyard listened to no co- now with tanner's went on colorado's voice thirteen ten. Kfi license plates in colorado or being auctioned off to the highest bidder and a fundraiser for the colorado disability funding committee license plate with is it for twenty has so far garnered bids more than sixty five hundred dollars. Bids are being collected until you got it. Four twenty pm on april twentieth considered our unofficial pot holiday. All right keep it right here coming up a noko now with your host. Tanner swint at nine..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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04:57 min | 2 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Numerous takes. Because he's grinning seen this. i think. That's kinda hilarious. It's sort of like you know what it reminds me of kim. You originally the blob. Back to nineteen fifty sometime with stephen steve mcqueen when the when they are running out of the theater wlob's attacking the theater and they've got the whole crowd the crowds giggling and laughing the whole time as a running because they're they think it's uncertain silly and it's like well. Why are you having such fun with this. And i think that's what it is with With tom cruise is he. He's just having such a time of his life. he can't stop. That million dollar grew up there. You know. I just can't stop. Smiling reminds me. It reminds me of a story. I heard about what they were doing. The star wars prequels They kept blowing takes You mcgregor and Keeton christianson and even samuel jackson kept blowing takes because they were making the lightsaber noises. Those later they're like guys. You can't do that. You're kind of detracting. From the overall ambiance of the movie we remember the head banging stormtrooper. Yes yep yep. That was horrible. It would be like it'd be like they're making the next. John wake movie and kiana was on second pew pew pew pew pew pew pew. Look a little silly all right. So does anybody care about the oscars. I think they'd be do a little bit. I mean the the big thing that i want to highlight this week. Is the oscar shorts. They got those out in in the inner city. Been theaters for most of april Finally getting around to highlighting them. Because i got thrown off the schedule. Because they're everything's delayed but there were five You know there's five nominees in each of the blocks. There's animation there's live action. There's documentary and i just personally love short films. And i think that they give a real eclectic look at things and nobody makes money on these things. It's a short films their labors of love. And that's what makes them fascinating to watch because you can sample a whole bunch of different unique stuff that you didn't even know existed so They're available now if you go to shorts dot tv that'll tell you the closest theater and when the blocks are showing it also gives you options for streaming at home and downloading them yourself. And you know kevin seriously remiss. If i didn't say i didn't mean to denigrate the oscars and by extension all the great work that you did and rudy. My puppy agrees woman. I don't know what he's all up in his grill about something. But i just wonder. Is it going to go. The route of has it has in the past as so many other awards shows that basically. It's just kind of like inside baseball. And then we get lectured on how we are as a human race. And i've always said when it comes to the speeches they can. They can pitch amway during their speeches for all. I care because you've earned that time so you know. I don't get up in arms that people are using that time to make a point. And you know that's that's that's that's their prerogative. It's when people sort of take the option to do it. But i think he's going to be different because they're doing virtual ceremony with presenters. I think the last thing people wanna watch now is another zoom call. But you are getting that with these. So i think i've always said what the oscars they need to go. Leaner not bigger. They need to say. Let's make an hour long and blouse through to make it go quick instead of padding it out. I mean it's not the seventies anymore. Yeah and i think you make a very good point. Kevin car fat guys at the movies. That guys at the movies dot com. Thanks for going into the dust or the weeds as the case this morning. Always appreciate it. Thank you have a great weekend. Are you do eight fifty nine thirteen ten. Kfi k. The power trip weekdays at eleven on thirteen ten kfi k. Donate to the live united thirteen ten of by texting. Kfi all caps two two six nine eight nine. Give up to one hundred dollars and you could win a sign. Pair.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:18 min | 2 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Vote. Why kids come on outside to the back yard. Look that's your aunt edna right over their own lookout green grasses and grandpa bill. Well he's right here okay. Is it just me. Or is this bill to legalize human composting in colorado. Just plain creepy subjects of my facebook question this morning. Where do you stand on. This human composting bill. Far far away. Eight hundred eight now thirteen ten. Kfi a thirteen ten f k dot com northern. Colorado's voice morning. So what do they come up with the stuff from the auto collision specialists studios the something that you would do if a colorado indeed legalizes human composting well. According to a hindi in the denver post colorado is just a couple of votes and one signature away from joining only washington state in offering you the option to turn your body into pounds of soil after death. Now on the plus side uses little energy and would cost about as much as a cremation but it would take some time for funeral. Homes there crematoriums to implement before colorado could actually spread their wealth. But if this entire conversation seems somewhat redundantly familiar. That's because it's come up before it didn't make it through the session. Last year Do to the Shorten session as a result of covid nineteen so sponsors decided to bring it back. They have company and other states as well with california oregon and new york. Also considering human composting this year and one of the bill's sponsors a democratic senator robert rodriguez of denver saying. It's an innovative idea. You think in a state that prides itself on natural beauty and opportunity. Let no opportunity. Go unturned now. Rodriguez interestingly enough. He was raised catholic. And why does that matter in this equation. Well because he said that because of his religious beliefs his faith he believes that it's not necessarily something he might want to do for himself but he believes that we colorado and should have a choice. He's had that other sponsors of the bill said that they have heard from people who are quote excited about the option. Now keep mind. The colorado bill does not allow for the soil swell the greatest nope the soil of multiple people to be combined without consent. If this bill passes the soil cannot be sold and the soil cannot be used to grow food for human consumption now. Some in the post death business are excited to get involved while others. Well they're just kind of keeping their powder dry and holding out for more specifics. Ohlinger funeral cremation cemetery. Crown hill told the post in a statement that it needs to learn more. I think we all need to learn more but believes in the importance of offering choices. The colorado funeral directors association did not did not return requests for comment colorado catholic conference. They said they oppose it because the church quote teaches that the human body is sacred and the dignity of the human person is the foundation of immoral society adding in a statement that there's just not enough research on what the practices will do for health and safety now. The company recompose offers human composting in washington state. Already and it does so at something. They refer to as a natural or ganic reduction facility out. this is pretty similar to crematory founder. Ceo ono her name truly is katrina spayed. Well she dug up the idea after learning about green burials and decided. She wanted to similar option. That could save space in urban environments. So a friend of hers apparently told her farmers have been composting livestock carcasses for several decades. So she thought well if it can be done for livestock. Why not humans because it's not right in my humble opinion about you nine seven three five three thirteen ten. drop me. A text thirteen ten k. A text line so apparently it took about ten years to come up with a process that would make a body decompose faster without chemicals. Spayed then went on to explain how it works. I'm not sure we really want to get into those Those details but she said she thinks of it too because apparently they put body crate on and into a vessel over a bed of what chips alfalfa and straw and then these vessels are stacked vertically and there are ten in the facility in washington spade. And i'll spare you something. More specific details spayed says she thinks as it as a hotel for the dead Because that's where the body will stay for about thirty days and greenhouse facility as transferring to into soil recompose employees focus on fine tuning the environment to allow already existing crabs on the body too. Well do their organic work. Apparently the type of composting occurs naturally but recompose his process is accelerated to some degree recompose. Because on to say the process requires one. Eighth of the energy used in conventional burial or cremation also saves one metric tonne of carbon dioxide per person. Really know what to do with this. I just i. I understand options and yeah. I'm all in support of having those options. I mean choices are important particularly when it comes to our eternal resting place. But i don't know it's such a great idea for bodies to become garden soil. What am i missing here. Nice seventy three five three thirteen. Drop me a text on our thirteen ten. Kfi a text line as always if you've been part of our texting family for quite some time. That process remains the same. You can just text away to your heart's content but if you're thinking about joining our thirteen ten. Kfi texting family out a brand new number for you. Nine seven four seven eight thirteen o one and all you have to do the first time used. That number is text to k. f. k. two nine seven hundred four seven eight thirteen a one. But what do you think about this bill. In colorado. 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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

05:58 min | 8 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"And that is a revenge. Thriller plays a bank robber who was a master for small fortune of nine million bucks, and he meets a woman falls in love and wants to kind of come clean and start afresh life. So he calls the FBI to turn himself in and when they sent an agent, the agent decides to keep the money for himself well. The last thing you WanNa do is is take off Liam in a movie 'cause he'll pick up a cell phone just call you and say, Hey, I'm coming for you. And that means you got big trouble. Yes. That's right. So that's what he does. Now I mean the the guys like like sixty eight. So they do dial back a little bit on the the hand to hand combat and not as pervasive as it was in. The first couple taken movies, but he's still doing stuff from cars and blowing things up and being very he's a formidable opponent I. This is one of those Liam Nathan actions that it gives you exactly what you want. It's IT'S Junk Food Cinema know it's the movie equivalent of a big Mac. It's not gonNA, win any awards. It's not gonna be the greatest thing ever but you know it's enjoyable. It's kind of fun to watch. It gives you everything you would be promised with a Liam niessen movie where he's threatening people on revenge over cell phone. That's what you want, and it's not trying to break the mold and that's kind of what makes it work I want them to remake Schindler's list. Sequel to it call up call of Hitler and be like I know who you are and I'm coming for Ya Schindler's list to Schindler's pissed. Wow. All righty. Dan. You know what's interesting Liam Niessen because you GotTa love. MICA. Right. On The Voice of God coming into the. Whole. But now the first couple of taken movies I have to admit and I took some heat from this but was doing movie reviews way back. Then it was like a quivalent of Dark Ages I I didn't buy into Liam Niessen in that role I just really didn't work for me. It took me a while to get used to him you know just been. I'm coming for you. It took it took them Juki fifty seven more releases and you're like, okay. Start to see it. Does work I get it. You know. What I mean he's he's a big guy and I think that's what really sold it. But what's funny is he had a full long career in Ireland before you even started doing American films in the nineties you know. showed up a couple of years in the original movie crawl. So he showed up every now and then in an American or or across production but he had yet end big career, and then he moved over into American films. And just it's weird that in his late fifty settled into this I'm going to beat the holy shale out of you if you cross me. Nobody does work and. It's It's Comforting. It is comforting in an odd sort of way know we're talking about somebody beating the shale out of somebody well by the way? But it is comforting because it's something that isn't abnormal in twenty twenty. It's. It's not a great movie, but it's Kinda like you're like, Oh, I remember when we used to get those in the theater. I remember watching it and I was like, I'm like. This is fun. This is fine. Good, it's. It's. It's a little bit of escapism. That you haven't, and for that matter 'cause like some of the movies he's done in the past the like the last one he did worry a snowplow driver I think in. DENVER. Actually I remember that. That one is based on a Norwegian movie. So of course, they had to make sure it kind of follow the script there. This one I think is just an original script. So they're just like we're just GonNa Make Liam. Liam Neeson all over the place. s only he can do. All. Right. What's a backtrack? A little bit because we were talking about? Well, it's kind of an uphill battle for movie theaters. Terms of what their future is not because of anything that they're doing wrong. But let's say many theatergoers not early adopters in terms of getting back into theater, right? Yeah. Well, in a lot of a lot of that again and I remember saying this months ago the problem within. The movie are not essential I mean they're great and we love them but you don't it's not like a grocery store you you need to go somewhere and get your groceries. You don't have to go to the movie theaters and when you look at the at home experience, things have gone so high up in quality at the at home experience. there. There's there's a lot of options now and I think what that's done is that it's it's not. Giving people, other outlets. It's revealed other outlets that people are very comfortable with I think the way you're gonNA have to take out a second mortgage for your popcorn and A. Real butter on it as well. What about releases release dates? We talked a little bit about that. How many of the studios are pushing back those big release states? have any other fallen to that same plight? There's there's been a lot pretty much everything has been moved out of the out of twenty twenty I mean I think I think wonder woman is still sitting there at Christmas but but we'll see. They moved James Bond they. They moved soul out of the release date, and that's going directly to the Disney plus on Christmas Day..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:12 min | 8 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Three, one, nine, nine, six, because I think it's safe to say this is abundantly clear readily apparent to even the most casual observer. Well, there is no end to the media bias against President Trump. And those who support him? All right. You basket of deplorables you know. I'm talking to you. From one of you. The News. That Steve Steve scully. Steve scully. Now you remember this right C. Span he lied about being hacked. He's lied before to hide a message to the Mooch now in the anti-trumpers Anthony Scaramucci is. It's kind of no ordinary moment. Think about it. Isn't it a pretty good confirmation That, as Michael Goodwin writes in The New York Post, the cancer of partisanship has eaten away at the heart of fairness and integrity at nearly all of the nation's leading media outlets. I think part of the problem is and check me on this calibrate me on this if I am wrong. Too many. So called journalists. They no longer see their role. As reporting the news. Now. It's more of a mission these days. Taking sides and twisting facts. To. Basically, make them fit a particular narrative. Now. Bombshell about scully. who was picked again to moderate the second presidential debate, but now suspended from c-span indefinitely. Well. That on the same day that was yesterday that big tech revealed that it too is absolutely rotten to the core. Twitter and facebook are blatantly wielding their enormous power. To keep Americans from learning pretty sordid truth. About. Joe, Biden's involved more involvement which category denies. With son Hunters Business? Schemes. Their Democrat protection plan involves the refusal to let their users share the Post report that in email shows the former vice president with an adviser to parise Ma again that Ukrainian energy company that put Hunter Biden on its board for a reported eighty, three thousand dollars a month. Is Probably. More. For the significance of that email that Joe Biden always claimed he didn't know anything about his son's business and never even talk to him about it. But as we told you this morning, there was a twenty fifteen email this adviser this Vadym for Sqi thanked Hunter Biden for the opportunity to meet your father and spend some time to gather. But hearing about this. In.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:19 min | 9 months ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:37 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"But you know well. It's the spike. Lee Joins US his latest film and it tells the story of four Vietnam. Vets all. African American overturning to Vietnam. And on the cover, the point of the visit find the remains of one of their platoon members who was killed in action back in nineteen seventy one but also a little more clandestine. They're also trying to find buried treasure that they had put their that they had found back in the seventies and smuggle that back home I just sort of like the launching point for it I actually deals that they lot of different things. Deals with you know the race relations within the G is you know the way the black jazz retreated different than the way she is just the the relationship between America in Vietnam back then during the war, but even today when they go back and they find. Of course, everybody's still has deep wounds from the war, both the people living in Vietnam and and themselves. One of the main characters played by Delroy Lindo he's got severe. PTSD guilt issues that have never been dealt with, and so of course it's him dealing with that throughout just how dealing with his friends and the situation. I have to say it's IT'S A. Spike Lee really choose off a lot in this movie. He bites off a lot of issues. It's not just like a one One dimensional film. There's a lot of stuff going on and I think he manages it really well. It's a fascinating look at sort the perceptions of the time, and and from back from the seventies to now and And dealing with all like all these little nuances to the plot I was really fascinated with it. Perceptions of the time I find that fascinating that there's not outcry. As there was with gone with the wind after Hbo Max Pulled It, and now gone with the wind has hit number one on the Amazon, bestsellers chart. Everybody wants to see gone with the wind now. It's funny about that. I have my own little thing on that Hbo Max which which has a lot of the warner brothers catalog including with the wind They made a big. You know release about. Hey, we're GONNA. Pull along with the wind and we're going to put it back up when we have something that that talks about the cultural. Aspect.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

09:01 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"After a member. Governor Jared Polis ran on a promise to lower taxes in a tweet inviting Elon Musk to move the tesla. Corporation to Colorado, police describe the status very pro business. Very low taxes, concludes the Colorado Springs. Gazette editorial board, we hope police is polishing his veto pen and anticipation of House Bill Fourteen. Twenty because pulled us is the only possible shield for state threatened by an avalanche, an avalanche of economy, crushing anti-business taxes..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"They were doing nothing but that little feature they popped up so good there you go. Yeah because Those lands fouts are actually waterspouts overland. Right there the tornadoes technically they go into the database tornadoes if they can cause damage which we saw some some roof damage. There's really more wind damage than Lance about damage But they're different than tornadoes than that they. It's kind of a circulation that starts at the ground and extends up into the storm as this develops whereas a classic Tornado would have come from rotating thunderstorm and extended down to the ground and much much stronger so they are a tornado. Technically but We'll stick with the term land about Okay Tornado. Light as the case may be. How does how does Memorial Day? Weekend Book If you're trying to get to a service or something Monday boarding. I'm not sure what is going to be allowed by the Danes but Maybe you're just GONNA go pay respects to the cemetery or something Jacket weather and perhaps an umbrella to a depending on when you go tomorrow is GonNa be your outdoor day. We'll hit about eighty with sunshine. Rolling in late will be thunderstorms Sunday and Monday. On and off chances for rain especially late Sunday quite a bit of water will fall for some folks. And it's going to be chilly highs only in the sixties for both days and Anybody that lives in the foothills. Maybe you're west of Greeley or something in the foothills. Watch out for those temperatures Sunday night and Monday morning. He man to protect your plan. Any may see some snowflakes of all things. Oh my goodness got love. Colorado weather rights do the latest hold. Got Let's hope that's the case last surge all right meteorologist channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists Matt. Maki- thanks so much for putting up with my Wonky nerdiness appreciate it. You Bet you have a great weekend. You as well eight fifty-seven now thirteen ten. Kfi K. TO UNC bears target game coverage on thirteen ten K. F. K. Memory of the courageous servicemen and women. We salute and remember your courage. A your honor and uncommon valor as you made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of this great nation. This Memorial Day. Thank you. Don't forget Noko now at four and Cape K. Classic at sick while the whole sports story in northern Colorado the state in the country tune into the whole show weekdays noon to two and thirteen ten KFI K..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"The next show thirteen ten. Kfi Long Time. Yeah I loved that movie. I know I'll be glued to the whole show today from noon to eight fifty three now. Thirteen ten KFI a thirteen. She was such a thirteen ten. Kfi AID COM. Why why why mornings okay. All live local. Fueled by create Western. Petroleum joined this morning by Matt make ends at Channel Two. I should say the long-suffering that Megan's channel to pinpoint weather meteorologists. That I apologize for interrupting your Saturday. Saying once that thing that he'll on I twenty five you know the one that can shift weather patterns. Hey No problem. I've been stuck inside for ten weeks. I gotTa talk to somebody there. You go a long time ago. Share your isolation I don. I was trying to explain weather patterns to someone that Well it was my brother. Actually Ohio that said. Hey what's what the meteorologists there that they can't get the weather right and I'm like it's not that easy you don't understand do not be taking gratuitous meteorologist because we got a lot of topographical things going on here to include the thing the thing he Cheyenne Ridge which we came up with and and I so appreciate I mean you fired back at me. Nerd alert nailed. It need to pay a visit. Becky becky go see this guy. She'll would with them and can do you know yeah. That's right that's right. Don't you just job bone and over Weatherman because you just don't get it. We mock what we don't right true and you're you you were asking about the Cheyenne Ridge which is kind of a store meter And that was the case this week. I mean well county had the three land spouts those same thunderstorms as they were rolling off. The Cheyenne Ridge say closer to car and stuff but really very week until they hit a a feature that was pretty much president all day long around really and out toward accurate outward. Birlik that feature was there and until that Cheyenne rich kind of lined hit. They were doing nothing but that little feature they popped up so good there you go. Yeah because Those lands fouts are actually waterspouts overland. Right there the tornadoes technically they go into the database tornadoes if they can cause damage which we saw.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

06:45 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Well. That's just standard. Depending on what age you are. I guess this is true. Yeah this is absolutely true. All right we got some New Releases on video on demand and I want to start with the love birds because the love birds take me right back to the birds and tippy Hendra and all those ski birds and it was actually on this past week and I had seen it for a while so it was fun watching it again but you know what. I'm confused here. Because my recollection of the birds when I was a little girl just standard freak out mode just watching that and looking out my window at night expecting this you know this murder of crows to fly through my bedroom window wasn't it filmed in black and white. No not always color thought it was in black and white it was it was color it was psycho that was shot in black and white and the reason shop cycle and black and white is he wanted to use her. She served as blood and I think they had a budgetary issue as well and it looked great in black and white but I think before that a lot of stuff from the fifties you know like to catch a thief and rear window and Vertigo. All that was in color he and done like black and white stuff since like the forties but Yeah no no that was that was a technicolor. Movie and didn't have a soundtrack or didn't have a score is what I found so interesting about the birds. There's doesn't have any music to it and it's funny because you know you you cut music's kind of the glue that holds the film together right. And it's in retrospect. I don't remember it. Not Having a soundtrack I was just so caught up in the entire story at the gas pump. Well like the movie no country for old men. The COEN brothers film from about fifteen years ago. That movie does not. It has a very minimal scoring like two or three parts and I I actually once nominated for best score and somebody thought it was in San Diego. No the choice to not have a score as important as having a score you know. I think the fact that they don't have it the have to use the ambient sound and make the movie work. That way is just as challenging. If not more than putting musical I definitely agree all right. Not that we're keeping score but let's talk a little bit about the love birds on Netflix. The lover had nothing to do with birth. Verster bobbled tag this. This was originally going to come out in April but the virus and everything in the shutdowns had of moving out of the frame instead of pushing it up into later timeframe. Since it's a smaller movie they put it onto Netflix's they sold us as athletes for distribute distribution. So it's out there now. You can go home. You can watch it. It's an hour and a half new movie tonight. If you like your significant other WanNa watch something. It's the story of a couple played by Camille Johnny and Isa Ray and donder verge of breaking up but they go out on for dinner and on the way they get caught up in this big crime spree and they're trying to prove their innocence and track down. The people are really involved. And it's a comedy they're both known for comedy for the most part and you remember that movie about ten years ago called date night with Steve and I do yeah. It's very similar in setup tone to that movie only it's tailored more for these two comedians and it's it's a funny enough movie. I mean it's not great Has SOME JOKES. Don't quite make it But there are some funny moments to it. I'm not quite convinced that CA- on Johnny is a leading man. He's more of a supporting guy in what I've seen them in is array kinda holds them up more than I think She should be for her co-star but overall it's fine. It's fine my wife and I watched it and we had a good time. So as you've alluded to in the past and I love this characterization of one movie you were talking about. It's in a promo running something to the effect of it so bad. It's good some of my favorites. I have to admit I'm with you on that one. All right. Let's see we've got Streaming this week Trip degrees and I said if only wouldn't that be wonderful to go visit and this is a a series of films there. Were been three other films on this stars. The COMEDIANS and British COMEDIANS ROB writing and Steve Coogan and they basically play exaggerated versions of themselves doing a travelogue and going to touring the countryside going to historic sites and eating dinner and and these wonderful restaurants and wonderful food and it's just them trying to one up each other on their Their comedy and joking around with each other dinner in their conversations and getting on each other's nerves because of course they let's just say the enhance their more annoying. Poe Aspects of their personality worse than each other. Yeah Okay. That's the best part you know. It's not really a plot driven movie but more it. It's it's it's it's a spotlight on these two guys who are very comfortable with each other and very funny at times and and This is the third one. They've they did originally to the trip. Which was the series in Britain? And then they did a trip to Italy and then a trip to Spain and now they're trip to Greece And it's beautiful to watch. I mean it's just gorgeous landscapes and historic sites and it's fantastic and and then they're eating. Food is not like restaurant. They're just eating great food and having inane conversation over which which. I love these movies. I think both of them are very funny. Guys let's dance. That sounds like standard vacation fair. Isn't that what we do? You know we go on vacation. We'd see beautiful landscapes we go out to dinner. Eat Good Food. And have inane conversation. Yes it depends on who you're with. It might be more entertaining to see this or have the conversation yourself. No I think you and I can have a very good evening conversation. I think we could we do it every time. I'm in Greeley. We'll go out. We'll record a conversation at a at a at a restaurant. Yeah we could do the trip to Greeley there you go. Hey listen go this morning. I just wanted to circle back to the beginning of our conversation. Because we're talking about the very slow very orchestrated. Very cautious returned to normal. When are we going to see a return to normal in Hollywood? Whatever normal will masquerade? As I think it's going to take longer than people are expecting. I is the one movie to watch tenant. Which is the Christopher Nolan movie? It comes out in July seventeenth..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Must wash their hands at least every thirty minutes menu offerings should modified to create more kitchen space customers should and again. This is under those initial guidelines of for reopening restaurants to In restaurant dining customers should be asked to wear masks. When they're not eating or drinking that would make it rather difficult when customers should be asked to register with the restaurant in case an outbreak actually occurs. Now there was some talk of perhaps Instituting temperature check before you go into a restaurant but well that remains to be seen restaurants under the draft guidelines are also directed to notify public health officials if there is an outbreak among their staff or patrons of covid Nineteen Colorado's food service industry has been as we've talked about To a great extent one of the sectors hardest hit by the pandemic scores have lost their jobs because of the virus and some restaurants have closed their doors for good because of the financial impact in fact he had the Colorado Restaurant Association saying that a full twenty percent of those restaurants. May well never reopen few restaurants where already chafing at the proposed guidelines released by the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on Tuesday. William Oliver's Public House has locations in Lafayette and Fort Collins said the eight foot spacing role would limit seating to about nine point five percent of capacity and this hearkens back to our conversation. We had with tiffany. Elton Co owner of Lonesome Bach and stop Burger because again as she mentioned the profit margins are very very narrow. They're they're very very small in the restaurant business. So if governor comes out and says well. You can reopen at ten percent. You can reopen a twenty thirty percent. Is it really worth it for restaurants to indeed reopen given the fact that well once again those profit margins are just pretty slim? Colorado Restaurant Association set in a post on its website these guidelines still a work in progress however they give us a glimpse of what reopening may look like. Governor? Jared police for. His part has encouraged local governments to loosen regulations to allow restaurants to serve customers in their parking lots on sidewalks and even on streets. Now wait a minute. Where possible so that they can have more capacity. That's exactly what Lauren bogert of. Shooter's Grill in rifle was doing all. That's right I forget. There were political ramifications there because she had the audacity to challenge Scott Tipton in that third congressional district. Meanwhile back to pull us. That's really the only way with the spacing we're going to have a thriving restaurant environment for the coming months. Governor hopes to solicit feedback before he releases those guidelines Memorial Day..

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'Fat Guys at the Movies' Kevin Carr on reopening of theatres amid pandemic

AM Tampa Bay

03:24 min | 1 year ago

'Fat Guys at the Movies' Kevin Carr on reopening of theatres amid pandemic

"We are joined by our guys at the movies guy Kevin Kerr and Kevin I know theaters are opening here in Pinellas county they're gonna open up again right now the much to the chagrin of some but the movies themselves aren't being made anymore now than it's going to be a while probably for Hollywood cranks it up again and well yeah I think people are waiting and seeing what's going to happen because the movie that's that's next on the slate the next one that that had a release date that did not get moved his talent which is David of seasoning which is Christopher Nolan's latest film he of course did inception and the dark knight movies in interstellar and Dunkirk and this is going to be a big movie part of it is it's a seventy millimeter film the once showed him thirty five millimeter and seventy millimeter to my Max but it's also two hundred million dollars so you need to have as many theaters open and you got to have them being able to play and you also have to have a sort of that consumer confidence of people going out to do it you can't deal with the suppressed audience now they just dropped attendance trailer yesterday last night and it is it does not have a release date all the trailer but according to the website it's still coming out on July seventeenth so we'll see before there's new content that that's coming out I think this is one of those you know what came first chicken or the egg the reader is going to open up a nationwide or are they gonna start releasing movies first and and that's something but I think it's a wait and see I think there's there's still some time left for this to be pondered could you see because the state of Georgia is opening up and we know that there's a lot of film incentives out there could you see Hollywood packing up and maybe going out east to Georgia to get some of this film work done for future movies well here's the problem with actually ramping up the production as well is it the there's there's the insurance issue that that every large production had carries of some sort of production insurance it says that they're going to be able to continue to produce and make this movie and that there's not something that's going to happen to it like a great example is in the fast and furious movie there this is one of the best movies there in the middle of making and Paul Walker died and then change the schedule and change the budget and changed everything they had insurance that covered that it's gonna be very hard to start up production on anything with any sort of coronavirus insurance so like the big productions are still out you know I E. independent doesn't matter where they where they go even Tyler Perry's talk about opening up but you're going to have to have distancing there as well either talking about producing smaller movies like a Blumhouse is going to be doing something Michael bay has one that he wants to start producing very soon but those are going to be smaller low budget the productions are not gonna be the two hundred million dollar blockbusters well they're going to be interesting to see how it all plays out and I guess going to be big for Netflix and Hulu and all of those like that

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"Us at the movie special about what happens with I. Just don't know makes it entertaining. I think yes exactly exactly and this is. The second question really aren't all cartoons for adults they can be. I don't know about patrol but you know like especially the old classic cartoons like Tom and Jerry and Yeah I love that kind of stuff you know like even You know I've always and Jerry but I loved droopy dog any droopy dog cartoons. You're all in what you made me mad and then throws the guy around I love. That's all right finally apple. Tv's new series trying trying this is actually a British series That they they well they. I think they've just acquired it for Apple. Tv But it's the story of this couple in England who and they're they're they're younger couples trying to conceive a kid and it's not working and they go to fatality specialists. And they find out that they might have some fertility issues and so they decide to look into adoption. And it's it's them getting set to be like hey we're just these average coupled with like humdrum jobs were not doctors and lawyers and tons of money. Can we go through the process of the adoption process? And it's a very You know deals with some serious issues. It's very whimsical. It's very dry because it's a British show but the couple they're very cute together. They're kind of adorable and lovable. And there's a lot of heart there but there's also some realism and it shows all the emotional conflicting things that go on. Because there's you know in real life there's people that want kids who can't have kids and people who don't want kids getting pregnant and are people who go through all these hoops and everything and can be Excruciating for some people and you kind of see that As develops throughout the series. So it's and it's not a bad little series on apple. Tv Right now. Kevin car thank is at the movies. Fat GUYS MOVIES DOT COM. Always a pleasure going off the rails with you always fun and watch out for those. Spring Manai Nati- coaches not to mention the murder wasps hearts and with that have a wonderful weekend. Oh you too take care. Eight fifty one now thirteen ten. Kfi Am we will have the official Denver broncos schedule and we'll go through it with our predictions on the next show thirteen ten KFI fifty five down thirteen ten and thirteen ten K. K. dot com. Or ANY SO. Gail live local. Fueled by great petroleum. So what does mother's Day weekend ahead look like joined this morning by atmospheric scientists channel to pinpoint weather that makings? Hey Matt you doing the sporting I am doing great how you'll do this. Would this is how you doing all right. It's just US Matt. So how are you celebrating? Mothers Day I haven't been told yet. You know what they say. Happy wife Happy Life and if you take directions well that's a good I think record was requested Do I can do that. And the rest of it will just play by ear. I guess there you go there. You go well best wishes to your lovely wife. Happy Mother's Day..

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

02:29 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"To make a joke. 'cause it's going to be on the headline right. Yeah yeah well no just think what the praying mantis and the modern Hornet. Think brains brains. It's like night of the living dead seriously. You you understand when you see it. I know what happens when praying Mantis has made. And that's the way to go out. That's if you're GONNA go out that's the way you should go out happens during the process Yeah that's actually a reflex it's just what is up with insects. They're all insane. I and sure many are thinking that we are as well but Plump Pink things that we can just eat through with our mandible enough. I'll right now that we have jumped the tracks trying desperately to get back on track. Let's talk about some non insect a vod movies this Valla girl yes. This is a remake of the nineteen eighty three film with Deborah Foreman and Nicholas Cage. Did you ever see this? The original like it was nine hundred eighty three little wrong com from from the back in the day this is and relaxed and that coming from someone who does not like Rom coms were like a good rob i. I'm split on a lot of things. But here's the thing with this one. It's a a remake but it's also telling the story like the the. The mother is telling your daughter the story about when she was a teenager. So it still takes place in nineteen eighty three. And it's about this valley go from the San Fernando Valley and she's pretty and she's popular and she's rich and she meets a guy who's not from the other side of the tracks but the wrong side of the hills he was. He's a punk rocker from Hollywood and they kind of have this whirlwind romance but of course everybody is giving her grief about it from her family to her friends and the The that basically the story. It's even if we've seen this kind of thing before a dozen times. Not just because it's a remake But it also is a jukebox musical. So they have these Songs like we got the beat from the go go's and goes just WanNa have fun by Cyndi lauper and the cars and all these different bands from the eighties so it's a huge in astrologer fast and they do these song and big song and dance numbers with the music. And it's really Kinda cute and I gotta say you know. It's one of those. That's great diversion from all the nonsense going on today with murder. Hornets and Batman bear pig and giant praying mantis as the size.

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"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"kevin carr" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"The corona virus. I don't care where I am. I'm getting Outta here from the murder Hornets because there's this guy online at a from Ohio. Who GETS HIMSELF STUNG BY ONE? Yeah it's amazing. Yeah I wouldn't do that but it looks as though there's another one. I don't know if you saw this online or not. I did not happen. Is that what it is the Lens Wars and rumors of wars? No the one. The first one I saw is where the murder Hornet It was on TMZ. They called it a thrill. Kill because usually just go after honeybees. Right I mean just decimate them they decapitate them and take the thorax back to their nest for the Queen Hard. It truly truly name. Although Japanese honeybees have come up with a way to thwart the murder Hornets I in fact she read what that is but I have seen a headline how so what is this. What is there how do they? How do they Solve the murder with the candlestick. No clue what they do this once one of these murder. Hornets invades their NAST. What they do is they formed this big honey ball and of course you can have some casualties in that effort but they form this big honeybee ball around.

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Reel News: The Invisible Man

First Light

01:42 min | 1 year ago

Reel News: The Invisible Man

"Light and Kevin Carr is with us with a look at the new movie the invisible man so I saw the trailer Kevin it doesn't look like the old Claude rains or the more recent Kiefer Sutherland version of the invisible man story good morning Michael yes this is a brand new interpretation of the invisible man obviously based on the original idea H. G. wells original book from over a hundred years ago but like you said it's it's not exactly the same thing you get with the Claude rains version although that's probably one of my favorite ones even holds up today in this one it takes a different approach to the story where instead of it just being a person who used chemicals to turn himself invisible and go insane which is what the original story is it's about a woman who's in a toxic relationship an abusive relationship and when she tries to escape her abusive husband her diesel has been finds a way to tracker and stalker while being invisible and of course everybody else thinks she's going insane so they approach it less is a science fiction peas and more as a thriller or a horror movie and I think that's interesting because I think they give it a different angle gives a new perspective Elizabeth moss please a woman she was a really fantastic job acting and overall I I think it's good it's like I said it's it's it's a different offshoot of different way this person becomes invisible but I think it's certainly worthy of the original idea the H. G. wells had of somebody in saying who you can't see how many how many goose bumps are we giving the invisible man you know I'm surprised by one of my favorite invisible man's movies and over eighty years so I'm gonna give it four out of five stars I really enjoyed it well how many goosebumps so goose bumps I don't know I

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