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A highlight from S14 E02: Nursing and Wellness with Sita
"Hello, welcome to The Loney Show. I'm your host, John May Loney. In this episode, we don't have the regulars because of reasons. So as for our guest, she's from the United Kingdom and she is a licensed nurse. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you Sita McKee. Hi. Hi, Peter. Thank you for having me. Thank you. You're welcome. So how's life? Good. I believe so. Always having a positive attitude. So life is really good. Yes. All right. Very nice. And have you been up too much recently? So recently I've just been working and also working on My You're Valued, which is a wellness business. Looking out to sort of move people from burnout to boldness, a place where they're in control and in charge of their lives and make sure that they are well and keeping well. So that's been keeping me busy. And also I'm reading and, you know, just finding out things in life to just keep me going as well. All right. Very good. And how long have you been working as a nurse for? I've been working as a nurse for my eighth year. So, yeah. And but prior to that, I was working in health care still. So in doing like care work, looking after the vulnerable and older adults, and then also in social care, finding housing for people who are admitted in hospital and looking to be discharged but find themselves to be homeless. And then I did my nurse training and I've been working as a nurse since, but in various roles as well as also studying to gain my master's degree in psychology and neuroscience of mental health. All right, then. Very good. What was life for you growing up? That's an interesting question. So life for me growing up, I would say it was good compared to probably others that I have come into contact with. So it was a small family, but from a bigger, wider extended family, if I can use that term, and also having education. I came from a family where or I come from a family where my mom was a teacher. So quite a strict upbringing, but also lots of love in the family and lots of love in the extended family as well supporting each other. So my upbringing, I would say was really cool. Yeah. Very nice. If you could erase one past experience, what would it be? Nothing. Because I'm often believed that everything that I have been through in life, whether good or bad, has shaped me to be who I am today and what I stand for. So I wouldn't change any experience. Yeah. All right then. Very good. What is the best way to start the month, the morning? Reflection meditation. and So I do that a lot. I would, before I get out of bed, I would reflect and also meditate on, you know, scripture and yeah, find out what my day or start planning how my day would look like, you know? Yeah. And making sure that no matter what I have got ahead, I have a positive attitude for it. Ah, fabulous. Would you rather not be able to open closed doors or not be able to close open doors? You have to say that again, Peter. I knew you would say that. It's so complicated. Would you rather not be able to open closed doors or not be able to close open doors? I wouldn't say any one of them is the right one because it depends on what I'm dealing with at the time. So it depends. If it warrants that I let a door stay closed, I would do that depending on what I'm experiencing at the time and what's behind that door. And then if I need to open it for good reasons too, I would. You know, so it depends on the situation I'm dealing with and what my circumstances at that moment. Yeah. OK, very good. What Apple website do you visit most often? So I'm not an Apple user. I'm Android. So I can't answer that. I was asking applications and websites. Oh, applications. OK. YouTube, mainly, I would say YouTube. OK. Yeah, I watch YouTube at times as well. I learn a lot from YouTube as well. So I really like listening to or watching stuff on YouTube. Yeah. Yeah, me too. What food have you never eaten, but would really like to try it? Oh, that's a hard one, because I would like to believe that eating most foods, I'm quite open like that. You know, I try different cuisines from different countries. So I guess what I haven't eaten would be if it's really native to a particular country and I haven't visited that country, then I wouldn't have eaten then. Obviously, I don't know what it is. That's why I haven't eaten it. But if I'm aware of a dish, I would definitely have tried it. Yeah. So that's that's a hard one to say. OK, that's cool. What was the longest trip you ever been on? Longest trip? Without Hmm. a break, you mean? Without with or without breaks, whatever works, like layovers, it counts. So I guess it would be my trip to India, because India is such a big country, like visiting different states. So I visited four states within nine days and also travelled through Dubai as well. So I think that was quite a lengthy travel. Ah, yes, sure was. If someone wrote a book about you, what do you think its title would be? I Oh, have to think and give the right answer. The title will be. Finding my strength. Ah, nice. Would you rather sleep on the wall or sleep on the ceiling? What question is that Peter? Sleep on the wall or sleep on the ceiling? I don't understand it, so how do I answer that? Well, it's either or. How does anyone sleep on the ceiling? Well, zero gravity, if that's a thing. If there's zero gravity, then I guess, if there's a wall, so a wall without a ceiling or a ceiling without a wall, so either or. Ceiling means I've got to the limit, but also I'm of the belief that you can push boundaries. So I guess if the wall has no ceiling, then I would rather sleep on the wall because then nothing stops me. You know, I'm thinking through it like philosophically, aren't I? Yeah, if you say a wall, a wall without the ceiling, so just an open wall. Then I can still make my way up as high as I want to go, whereas a ceiling is sort of like limiting you or limiting someone. So I choose a wall. All right, sounds good. Where do you see yourself 20 years from now? Wow, 20 years from now. You're valued. My wellness business will be a global business and everyone, we would have missed so many positive changes to people's lives. So that's why I see it going. What's your favorite kind of dessert? I don't have a sweet tooth. So I will try some dessert, but I tend to go more savory. So if it's a dessert, so giving a sweet connotation to it, then it has to be tangy. So anything tangy. So lemon, lemon pie, lemon meringue pie, perhaps. All right, then. Very good. If you could turn any activity into Olympic sports, what would you have a good chance of winning a medal for? Oh, the number of people you can show kindness to. That's a good one. Yeah. And the number of people I can be kind to, yeah. Yeah, very nice. Do you like spicy food? Yes, definitely. Me too. Would you rather speak all languages or talk to animals? Speak all languages. Yeah, that's very useful. Would you rather be able to breathe underwater or have the agility of a cat? Wouldn't I choose two? Both? I guess so. I had no response that goes with both. I want both. I want to be agile and I want to be able to breathe underwater, yeah. I think both skills will come in handy. So definitely, yeah, I want both. Let me be the odd one out. Yes, the odd one out. The woman who chose both. Would you rather never age physically or never age mentally? Never age mentally. I think the mind is so powerful that once we can, I mean, we have control of that and we can do more things with that. It can't even translate physically for us. So, yeah, never age mentally. Sweet. Would you transport yourself 500 years into the future or 500 years into the past? Whatever happened in the past, I don't wish to change it because as I said, it shaped me to be who I am now and what I stand for. And yet I like a surprise as well. So I don't want to really go into the future to see what's there. I want to take one day at a time. OK, I agree with that. Why spoil the surprise, eh? Yes, absolutely. If your life was a meal, what kind of meal would it be? It's going to definitely be a savoury dish. A bit of spice as well. What meal? What meal can I describe it as? I don't think I want to put my whole life into a meal. I like to think that it's colourful, flavourful. And one particular dish might not have all of that unless I design that dish myself. Yeah. All right. That's good. That's a good way of looking at it. I might tell you one day if I can come up with a dish that has everything that I think stands for who I am. Yeah. Yeah. If you could see one movie again for the first time, what would it be? One movie again for the first time. Oh, Field of Dreams with Kevin Costner. That movie I thought was brilliant and I still believe it's brilliant. So, yeah, it will be Field of Dreams. All right. Interesting. What item has drastically improved your life? What item? Did you say drastically improved my life? Yes. I don't know if I can say it's an item because it's not a thing. It's whatever works. It's a feeling. Love. OK. Love. I would say love. Love has improved my life a lot wherever I find love. Yeah. Yeah. Nice. Nice. What takes a lot of time to master, but it's definitely worth it? I don't know. Is it personally to me or? Whatever works. What takes a lot of time to master. But then what's can say that again? Sorry. What takes a lot of time to master, but it's definitely worth it. When I know myself. Yeah. It's taking time to know who I really am. And it's worth it because then I know what works, what doesn't work. And if things that don't work, how to pull myself back away from what really works. You know, so I think it's really worth getting to know me as an individual. Yes. All right. Very good. What would a world populated by clones of you be like? Sorry, that there was a break that I couldn't hear. OK. Fair enough. What would a world populated by clones of you be like? I value diversity a lot. I don't think it would be a good world if it's just one person cloned by one particular person. So I think. It will be. It wouldn't be great. It will be boring because diversity is key to every society thriving. Yeah. Fair enough. And that is all we have for that episode. I have no idea what happened with Sita, but and yes, I'm in a different environment, it seems. Reverb, reverb. But anyway, it was great having her on, talking about working as a licensed nurse, how her life was going. And 20 years, that is mad. Well, at least from the description, she put in the application for the show. That's crazy. It's nice to see she's doing well for herself. So, yeah, hopefully she's doing well and everything goes great. With that being said, until next time, stay tuned for more.
A highlight from 1239. Bitcoin ETF Approved By October? Bloomberg Intelligence INTERVIEW
"All right, so today we're going to dive into some interesting stuff. I think you guys are going to like it. It'll be breaking down some of the ETF news that, of course, we heard last week and, of course, some of the interesting aspects around what was going on with BlackRock. We'll break all that down today. I think you guys are going to love it. My name is Paul Baron. Welcome back into Tech Path. Joining me today is Eric Balshunis, who is a senior ETF analyst over at Bloomberg Intelligence. Great to have you on the show. Great to be here. Thank you. Hey, Eric. So a couple of things I wanted to kind of touch on. Obviously, some of the things that everybody was looking at last week was, of course, the delays. The letters started coming in on Friday. We saw all that happening. There was a little bit of a slowness of the BlackRock news. Just your opinion. Why do you feel like that was happening in the way that it was happening? Yeah. I don't understand because BlackRock was up after some other people, or before them, rather. And so it didn't appear as though the delays were chronologically rate -based. It didn't appear as though the delays were based on size. There was no rhyme or reason. It seemed random. And BlackRock came a little later. And the weird thing is, on the site where they consolidate all of them, BlackRock was never added. Yet, on a different place, they did delay BlackRock. So I've long equated what I'm doing here to Jim Garrison, played by Kevin Costner in the movie JFK. There's all these things that could be something, like did Lee Harvey Oswald act alone? And in the movie, he uncovers all this, some legit, some not legit, circumstantial evidence that there was multiple shooters and a conspiracy. So this reminds me of one of those things that probably means nothing in terms of that. That said, just the fact that BlackRock filed is big, and that does mean something. And obviously we can get into that, but certainly BlackRock getting delayed and Fidelity, it shows that they just delayed them all. For a minute there, there was a thought that would delay some of the smaller ones and just approve BlackRock and or Fidelity. But again, we had thought all along this was going to be delayed, because this lawsuit happened like two days before. So it was not a surprise. If they're going to put them out, I think they need more time to work with the issuers and develop some kind of a game plan and make sure all of the T's are crossed and the I's are dotted. So that would not happen in two days. So no biggie. All right. So you mentioned, obviously, the fact that BlackRock is filing in the first place. That's really the huge news here. When you look at BlackRock's position of filing, along with other major proponents, we'll just use there Fidelity as well. And you look at the likelihood with this, obviously, they have a very low ratio of losses when it comes to our non -confirmed ETFs that they've filed. What would make, first of all, what would make BlackRock to have this much confidence to go ahead in this market, the way that this market has been evolving with Chair Gensler and everything that's been happening with the SEC, it's not, it doesn't feel like it's a slam dunk. Why would BlackRock go out on a limb? Yeah. So we have a couple of theories. The best, I mean, BlackRock is a publicly traded company. They're looking to make money. Larry Fink has to appeal to his board that he's doing new things. And it does feel like BlackRock was full on into ESG. That kind of has died a bit. And it seems like this might be taking its place in terms of something BlackRock can do to grow its business, because you cannot make money battling Vanguard in terms of selling like cheap beta ETFs, because even at three basis points on $100 billion, it's not a ton of money and it's not a high growth area. It's growth for assets, but not necessarily for revenue. So we think they're obviously motivated by having a new area they can launch in. Vanguard will probably never launch a Bitcoin ETF, so they're worried about Vanguard there. They could charge a decent fee and they can make it have a new revenue stream. So I think that's largely their motivation. I also think Larry Fink, in my opinion, has heard some back channel that he thinks the U .S. is losing the sort of global battle to be a leader in the crypto space. And I think that frustrates him to a degree. So I think those are two reasons. Back to the revenue, though, think about this gold ETF GLD was launched in 2004, I believe. To this day, it's still the third highest revenue generating ETF, even though there's many cheaper ones. And the reason is, if you could be the big one that has all the liquidity or a lot of it, that gives you pricing power. You don't ever really need to lower your fee because there's just so many investors who just prize liquidity above all else. So we think BlackRock thinks they have a shot to be the one, the GLD of Bitcoin, and that that's going to be a nice little business for them. And we were talking, if it had the same assets as GLD, it would be, again, top five revenue generating ETF. GBTC, by the way, which isn't even an ETF, if it were, it would make the same money as GLD. So like two, GLD and GBTC are in the top five if you ranked all ETFs by revenue. And so I just think that's their primary motivation. I think they also like, what they tell you publicly is they're in the business of sort of democratizing investing and bringing down frictional costs. And I do believe they believe that and they would do that in this case. That said, I think revenue is definitely a motivator. Yeah, for sure. OK, so a couple of things you mentioned there. One, of course, is Larry Fink's position around ESG. He has been a very strong proponent of sustainable governance throughout the last few years. You know, in his letter to his investors over the past couple of years, that's been a big part of it. Now you move into Bitcoin. Bitcoin often accused as one of the most non -friendly carbon neutral tokens and projects out there. But yet at the same time, you have BlackRock potentially on the lead position here for an ETF. How do they balance that out? I get it that they've kind of backed off the ESG message. But how do you balance that out to the investors? Look, I mean, I'm just going to be frank. A lot of ESG, if you get too moralizing when it comes to ESG, it's tough because guaranteed you do something that makes you a hypocrite. It's just the way it is. So I think they backed off a little. And ESG ETFs haven't really sold that great. Even BlackRock took money out of its own ESG ETF from its models. Let's just face it. All this evidence is pretty strong that the term ESG is under pressure and ESG investing, I think, is also going to face some headwinds for like, what are we really doing here? How does it actually impact anything? It just, you know, I've seen this happen. This trend gets a little ahead of its skis. The media love this story. They really hyped up ESG. It's going to save the world. The millennials are into it. And then, boom, it started underperforming and it got political. And so reality set in and it's now going to be probably relegated to a very niche status in the ETF world. One to two percent market cap of the total. I mean, I look at it just in the sense of, hey, it's a capitalist market. Capitalists are going to do things that capitalists do, and that is find where the market flows. And this is obviously what's happening right now. A couple of things you had mentioned around the potential of this ETF going through. I know your percentage right now with you and James has been climbing. Have you changed your position since last Friday before the holiday in terms of percentage of approval? No. Seventy -five percent factored in the delay on Friday. We assumed that. We'd be shocked if they approved them. That said, we went from 65 percent to 75 after Grayscale. And the reason for that is in our 65 percent, we had a 70 percent chance likelihood that Grayscale would win based on our senior legal analyst. So the fact that they won gave us a little extra juice. The other thing is it was three to oh in terms of how that lawsuit was, the ruling came down. Two of the judges came from Democrats. That's really important because there are political workings here. Gensler has a Democratic boss. He is a Democrat. And if enough Democrats start to just move over on this issue and shift to the middle or to the crypto side, it makes Gensler's position more politically untenable by the minute. And so he could keep moving the goalposts legally, I think, as long as he wants. But it's going to begin to look more and more desperate and he's going to face more backlash. And this is a big deal for us. So we thought it was the decisiveness of the ruling, the language, like everything you said has to go out the window. Your whole reason for denial is vacated. And the fact that two Democrats signed on to that, huge. Then the second part was the media attention. Once every six or seven years, do I see ABC News or CNN have an ETF in the headline? I know this because ETFs are in their own little underground. Every now and then, though, something big happens. And ETFs were all over mainstream news. New York Times, ABC, Washington Post. This also matters because the headlines were like, SEC loses, paves way for spot Bitcoin ETFs. Well, now people are just sort of thinking this is going to happen because the New York Times said it and people on Capitol Hill read this. They don't necessarily read crypto trade publications. mainstreamness So the of the media attention and how they were presenting it also made us think that the pressure would increase. And our senior litigation analyst looked at the legal side and determined the SEC has very little wiggle room. That was his words. So when you add the PR aspect to the legal aspect, that's where we upped it a little bit to 75%. That still leaves 25 % for this theory, which is that Gensler being potentially a stubborn guy and or just truly, truly not feeling this should ever happen, even though, again, the stuff that's come out is way more dangerous, 2x Bitcoin futures, come on. Anyway, what he might do is he might lock into some other reason, like custody. I don't know what the custody is safe, then he might start to look at how custody could delay these further. And he may make that the next denial. Like I said, it's going to look more and more desperate every time they latch on to a new issue, but it's possible. And that's why we leave the 25 % opening for that. I want to jump over and onto the Grayscale side of things. From an analyst position, and you look at Grayscale's current scenario playing out, obviously there's a little bit of lead time here. Maybe they do some changes in the way they submit a spot ETF. What is in the future of Grayscale's potential of getting into the ETF game? So Grayscale is going to be tricky. We have this phrase that Grayscale may win the case and lose the race. I'll make some of those things rhyme if you're a headline writer. But anyway, Grayscale is a private placement trust that was just for accredited investors. We've never seen anything like that just, boom, become an ETF. We've seen mutual funds convert to ETFs. I think one closed -end fund converted to ETF, separate accounts, but I guess it's possible. It's just unprecedented. And given you just embarrassed the SEC, it's possible the SEC says, let's make you refile and get in the back of the line, and we'll prove all the other ones first. So this has been somewhat of our theory all along in why BlackRock filed. BlackRock saw a scenario where, I doubt the SEC told them this. That would be a little, I think that's illegal, but let's just say BlackRock thought of this whole scenario, which is, you could see this is a pretty viable thesis. Hey, let's file, because if the SEC loses to Grayscale, you know they're going to be pissed off at Grayscale pursuing them and embarrassing them. And maybe if we're sitting there waiting, just, oh, hey, by the way, SEC, if you want to use us and our new surveillance sharing agreement that we put in here, which is kind of novel, as an excuse as to like why you never approved Grayscale, and you can make them wait, and you can leave this whole thing with the adults in the room of BlackRock, right, you know we're not going to mess this up. I could see that appealing to the SEC, and I could see BlackRock seeing how that would appeal to the SEC. So you get to save face and kind of enact a little revenge on Grayscale in the process. Now, possibly Grayscale could sue them again for that, I don't know. But I see how that would possibly be one of the reasons BlackRock thought they had a route to approval first. Interesting. Well, I think in that kind of scenario, I mean, it makes sense in the essence of this being such a political landscape as it is right now, because you're right, it's all really kind of a card game right now, especially around the issue of ETFs. I want to get into the potential of the impact on the market. And I remember in a podcast you had mentioned potential here around $20 billion in the first couple of months, $150 billion in the first year or two. When you look at that market, do you feel like that is where this, this I'm assuming with BlackRock leading the way as kind of the premier ETF? Yeah, if you have a BlackRock ETF, okay, that's prime time. I mean, we have a saying on the team that BlackRock and Vanguard ETFs are the new IBM. And what I mean by that is if you're a 65 year old financial advisor and you were a broker 30 years ago, it used to be said, you could never get fired for buying IBM. It's just, it's just too good. It's like all American company. No, none of your clients are going to be like, what did you get me into? Now it's, you can't get fired for buying a BlackRock or Vanguard ETF. It's just, it's too good a deal. It's just too bulletproof. Whereas if you went into some crazy hedge fund and stuff, they make it mad, right? But BlackRock and Vanguard ETFs, solid. So once you put it into a BlackRock ETF, it sort of goes into this, it elevates it, I think, for the financial advisors who are like maybe willing to use as a hedge or an alternative, or they have younger, you know, their, their clients' kids are into it. And they're like, ah, now, now I feel comfortable, safe and willing to do this because I use ETFs in the rest of my portfolio. I trust BlackRock. I certainly don't want to custody it myself. They're going to do it. I feel safe with them. The fee's not that bad. It costs one basis point to trade, to trade. I think that's very powerful. And so when I come up with the 150 billion, here's the math, right? One is that's about how much gold ETFs have. Two is if you take advisors and wealth managers, they have $30 trillion that they run for the rich boomers of America, basically. If only 0 .5 % of that comes over, that is 150 billion. So that's, I think, pretty fair because I think you have some advisors who might allocate 2%, but then some that just find it to be repelling and do nothing. So I think 0 .5 to me seems like a pretty fair number. Even it could be low. That's how I get to the 150 billion over time. And gold is about there. So GBTC has 20 billion. So I think you could, let's just say that moves over instantly. That's where I get to the 28 billion pretty soon because either the people move or it just converts over. And then you get BlackRock Fidelity, you're adding to that. And I think also they'll steal some business from the exchanges, frankly. I think if you're in a crypto exchange and you're charging 30 to 150 basis points per trade, this ETF trading on NYSE at one basis point is going to be appealing. So I also think institutions could get into it, especially the one that becomes very liquid because I wrote a book called The Institutional ETF Toolbox. And institutions don't need ETFs generally. They can get everything on their own in separate accounts for almost cheaper than ETF. And they like it private. They feel like ETF is kind of like the dirty public pool down the street. That said, what the ETF does have is even an institution can't resist this liquidity. And it's also anonymity. So if an institution wants to get short or long crypto quickly, it would use this most liquid Bitcoin ETF as a way to put that trade on. We see that happen with GLD all the time. If you look at GLD or SPY, these are things that institutions can get. But the liquidity in them is great because they can go in there with no contracts, anonymous. They don't move the market and they can just get that into their portfolio quickly. So the most liquid spot Bitcoin ETF, I think, will even draw big fish in. So you add a lot of that together and I think you're looking at that much money. Now, let's say there's another FTX that could delay some of this. But I was pretty impressed at how quickly Bitcoin, how resilient Bitcoin was to FTX. It was in the gutter both PR and price wise for a little bit, but not that long. Like I said, Bitcoin, even though I don't understand every aspect of it, I respect its resiliency. It just keeps coming back. Yeah, it's one of those that has made its way finally into the mainstream. Now, I think a lot of this has been legitimized with companies like BlackRock obviously getting involved. But to your point, before we go on to other ideas around this, because there are other components key here that might make sense for how successful BlackRock might be. I wanted to go to James Saffert's post here, one of your colleagues there. Some of the key dates that, let me zoom in on that, you're going to look at a couple of dates here. You've got iShares coming in on 10 .17. There's quite a few coming up right here in the middle of October and even early October with GlobalX. They've got a refiling, I think, coming in. Anyway, when do you think the next potential timing would be for a lot of these potential ETFs to maybe get a green light, if there was a window here? Yeah, so I've got to be honest, I like October because, I don't know, first of all, it gives the SEC two months to work this out, roughly. October is when the Bitcoin futures ETF launched. We're also going to have a whole slew of Ether futures ETFs in October. As you get closer to Christmas, I think maybe the odds go down a little because the holidays hit. October is just a very vibrant month in general, and you've got a slew of deadlines coming up in October. But I sometimes put the deadlines aside and I think that, because if we're going strictly on deadlines, and they want to punt, punt, punt, the first deadline is ARK in January, final deadline where they have to approve or deny. And I don't know if they want to put ARK out first, and that'd be two months ahead of anybody else. They'd be playing Kingmaker. And I think after Bitto, they let Bitto out first like a week before Valkyrie, and Bitto has 95 % of all the volume assets. So I don't think they want to play Kingmaker here. So my guess is they're going to scrap the timeline and we're going to wake up one day and hear probably going to be a scoop or from Coindesk Wall Street Journal or something, or Bloomberg hopefully, that the SEC has decided to say okay to these and they're going to work it out. They'll launch in two weeks. That's my gut. I just don't know if they punt in October and they keep punting and they get to January and they actually deny ARK. I don't know. That makes it feel like just every other denial that's ever existed. So I don't know. I'm leaning towards we're just going to wake up one morning and we're good. I could be wrong. How does this play out, Eric? If that were the case, let's go the absolute negative side of this and they do punt and they finally go to the deadline. They don't push out ARK. They basically do a denial. What does that look like on BlackRock's record? Does BlackRock even worry about that at all or are they like, hey, this is getting out of hand here? You mean if BlackRock's denied in October again? No. I mean, look, what can they do? There's not a ton they can do. Well, if they approve others and let BlackRock, that would upset them, I think. But as long as they're in the group, their main goal is to be outburst. I think their goal is to be one of the ones launched on day one. So as long as that happens, whether it's in October or frankly next year, I'm sure they're fine with that. Now, I think the longer you wait, the longer you get into the situation of what I think also bothers Larry Fink, which is the US is behind the rest of the world in this big time. They've got spot Bitcoin ETFs all over the world and they work fine and they have less liquidity from big time market makers like we have here. So if they can work well during overseas a period like FTX and the percent premiums are pretty tight, they're going to work here. And this is why ETFs are so good. They allow arbitrage. And so I think by releasing the ETF in the US sooner rather than later, it just makes a lot of sense in terms of that race with the rest of the world. But again, Genzer clearly is tough. But the last SEC guy is Jay Clayton. And he said on CNBC after the Grayscale ruling that they have to approve them. It's inevitable. JP Morgan, my colleagues in the sell side, who I'll just say this. I feel we stick our necks out a little more and we're trying to be progressive. JP Morgan now finally after Grayscale says, yeah, they're probably going to approve them like, well, OK, well, welcome to the club. We've been here for a little while. Yeah. Very conservative position. Yeah. And Bernstein said the same thing. But again, as you get these bigger banks actually coming out, again, the narrative then becomes the SEC is approving them. And so, again, it's almost like a self -fulfilling prophecy at some point, especially, again, as you see headlines in The New York Times, it paves way, paves way.
"kevin costner" Discussed on Revival
"Revival is a place where you can come to encounter and ponder truth. In this show, we are going to be exploring the rich abundance of truth that the Catholic Church has to offer in all her wisdom. My name is Tara Lauderdale, and every show I will be reading an excerpt from spiritual books, church councils, writings from the saints and more, and then offering a brief commentary on what I've read. This is so we can have the opportunity to hear and contemplate truth, and then allow this truth to penetrate into our daily lives so that we can become imitators of Jesus Christ. Welcome to the show. Hello and welcome to revival. I am your host, Terra Lauderdale, and today we are going to jump into what I think is a pretty popular topic. It's pretty fun. So I can see the analytics for my show. And the second most listened to show of revival is on marriage. And I can't really say I'm surprised because we love marriage. And why do we love marriage because we love love? Why do we love love? Because it's what we were made for. We were made to be known and loved by God, and to know and love him and return in the place on earth where we see the most beautiful exclusive form of love is within marriage. So today we're going to talk about marriage, it's going to be so fun. And I want to talk about marriage for a couple of reasons other than the fact that it's a popular topic. Because one as a young person, I can see around me that my generation and generations below me, younger than me, have no idea how to date. We literally have no idea how to date and how to discern marriage with another person. And that's because we don't know what marriage is and what it's for and why it exists. And so this is that's one reason why I'm hoping that for those of you who are listening who are not yet married, who are maybe in the process of discerning marriage with a person or maybe you're engaged to be married or maybe you just haven't met anybody yet and you're just kind of chilling and hanging out and waiting for the lord to provide. I hope that this can be a source of inspiration for you to raise the bar for the type of person that you're looking for.
Kevin Costner and wife of nearly 19 years begin divorce
"Actor Kevin Costner and his wife of nearly 19 years are divorcing, and marches are a letter with the latest. Costner publicist Arnold Robinson says in a statement that Costner and his wife model and handbag designer Christine baumgartner are participating in a dissolution of marriage. Robinson cites the reasons as circumstances beyond Costner's control, the couple married at Costner's Colorado ranch in 2004. They have two teenage sons and a 12 year old daughter together, Costner also has four adult children from previous relationships.
John Zmirak: Fox News Became Our Enemy on Election Night 2020
"Be clear. Fox News became our enemy election night 2020. When they called the race for Biden in Arizona, any of the left wing media were willing to do it. And when they smacked down all the legitimate evidence of election fraud, when they became, in a sense, collaborators with the regime. When they became the firemen to put out whatever fires of truth started erupting, Fox News would be there to squelch them. And Tucker Carlson was like a lonely leftover like the last bastion of truth and sanity on Fox News. And sometimes, you know, I'd be watching Tucker and it would segue way into Sean Hannity. It would segue into something else. And so you ended up watching garbage programs because they were on the same channel as Tucker. Now there is no reason there is no excuse to ever, ever, under any circumstances, watch Fox News. You should watch MSNBC before you watch Fox News after they did this. Then doing this is like the CIA coming into a country and an arranging a coup d'etat. And you know where the limits of acceptable descent are. This is the regime saying, no more. No, we will not have dissidents. These students not publish no socialist and goes to gulag. This is a sign that they think they're going to get away with it. Fox News thinks it's going to continue to be the squishy pseudo conservative alternative. Well, show something with Kevin Costner. Oh, will occasionally get Roseanne Barr. We'll throw you pitiful little scraps of me through the bars of yourself. And you will be grateful for it. You will be grateful you will thank the guards for throwing you a couple of extra fish heads in your fish head soup. If Rupert Murdoch wants to destroy Fox News, I am happy to help him do so.
Will Cain: Which Sport Is Considered America's Game?
"I mean will You couldn't have scripted it like a Kevin Costner a bull Durham field of dreams any better than that I agree with you They did need that because I'm with you brother will The baseball I grew up on baseball Loved it played it by far not even a close second my favorite sport growing up obsessed with the Yankees could have gone through every single player their stats batting average everything And now I just maybe it's the woke ism all the nonsense I don't know I just I can't get into it It's like I'm football basketball hockey and then like a distant fourth baseball So I agree with you I think this was a good thing Yeah football's taking over as America's game That's the bottom line And it's pro and college You played It's tough for you I did I played Yeah I played I played for the fall season And I played in high school And then I quit the team at stony brook right before the final cuts because I had a girlfriend in New York that I missed and I regret that decision ever since I left a voicemail with the coach name is Matt and I had had a really good set of scrimmage games I was pretty sure I would have made that team and I'm still upset at myself I just you know to this day I mean I love the game though I love the fact that it's a you know it really is a thinking man's game I mean when you look at some of the physiques and baseball they just don't match up to football I had a thousand questions but you're so interesting You know when you think about John crock right I mean this is a guy who can succeed in baseball You know he couldn't necessarily maybe get that done in football And it's because he's in this game of inches where he's figured out how maybe to read a picture and the angle of his hand a little bit better than the other guy who didn't see the curveball coming Yeah Gil versus athleticism right Like crook isn't going to be I mean maybe golf because golf is such a skill based game repetition of act whatever swing a golf club seeing a baseball How many different pictures have you seen He's mastered that skill
"kevin costner" Discussed on Elevation Church Podcast
"You're stepping into it. We got an upstream God. Who knew you'd be in the situation you were in? Before you were in the situation. And prepared you for the moment before you got to the brink. The Bible says that when they're when their feet touched the water's edge. The water stood out. I love that picture. So that means they had to step all the way toward the Jordan. And only when they're big toe. Got wet. They did a break apart. But y'all know something. Apparently I still don't know how to read the Bible. In my imagination, I always picture this, just like the Red Sea. They step at the Jordan, it's overflowing. Boom, step. Always pictured it like that. What's that Kevin Costner movie? Waterworld. Always picture that. On the Jordan. Remember, Jordan small. And also, that's not what the Bible says. The Bible says that the water flowing versus 13 downstream will be cut off. That's where they saw the miracle. When they stepped toward the uncertainty, that's where you're going to see the miracle. As you step into it, awkward and uncomfortable. As you step into it, as you move toward it, as you keep moving toward it, as you keep praying, keep believing. Keep trusting, keep coming.
Jack Roth, Author of 'Killing Kennedy', Joins Charlie to Dig Deep
"With us is Jack Roth, who is the author of killing Kennedy exposing the plot to cover up and the consequences and Jack Roth joins us now. Jack, welcome to the program. Thank you. Thanks for having me on Charlie. I appreciate it. From a young age, I was convinced that there was more to the story when it came to the assassination of Kennedy. It's very obvious to me for a variety of reasons. But tell us about your book and make the kind of layman argument for someone that is not really in the weeds of the zapruder film and Kevin Costner's rendition of it and actually walking in downtown Dallas and seeing the Texas school book school book depository in the grassy Knoll. What is the kind of short version of why you think there was more to the story when it came to the JFK assassination? Yeah, well, I think you have to start with the idea of being a critical thinker when you think about these types of things. And for me, I was like you. I was born in 65, you're younger than me. But I missed the assassination by two years. But I always felt since I was young kid that there was something not right. And that's just by using common sense. The idea that Jack Ruby would get into that police station and shoot Oswald take Oswald out. So now there's no trial, right? Oswald can't talk anymore. So there was so much to it. And over the years I read, I'd read more and I'd read more. But I felt that there was even as time goes by, right? We're reaching the 60th anniversary this year. And I felt that still mattered. And I felt like it was important to reach other people and document some interesting things and present that. The fact that there have been ripple effects that have changed this country since that day,
"kevin costner" Discussed on Cinemavino
"No, I mean, I still like waterworld after, yeah. I mean, it's just Mad Max on water. And a weird man Kevin Costner. Yeah. And then it's hopper. And little Jack Black. Yeah. Little flashes. And it's like, I mean, even by that point, Dennis Hopper as a psycho villain was a trope. It was already a cliche. He had already worn that one out. It's a fine line between a movie being cheesy or being campy. And being just outright bad. And waterworld toes that line very finely. You know, you know, it doesn't show that line very finely. Sleepless in Seattle. Looking weird. Dennis Hopper. We need to watch speed. I love it. It's a great stand-alone film. It never had any sequels. It never had an easy sequel. Saw that in the theater. Speed two? I mean, I'm sure the best part of it was probably willing to foe, but all I saw was like the last 15 minutes of the movie one time. Yeah. It is awful. And it's like, because when faux has golf clubs that explode. So that's one thing I remember about that movie. Because I think I kind of drifted off attention wise. I think I stared at the exit sign for about the last ten minutes of the movie. I was trying to like, I don't know if you ever experienced this where you think if you stare at something long enough, you might be able to move it or turn it off with your mind. Are you trying to use telekinesis? I was trying to turn off the eggs out of my mind. Are you wondering if you had superpowers? Yes. That's how boring. Well, that's where I was in this movie. I feel like culturally we've moved away from seeing bad movies in theaters. Like we just to seeing bad movies at home. Yeah. Exactly. We just don't do it anymore. We don't go see bad movies in theaters. Yeah. Like once we hear it's like not worth seeing, even if it's like borderline, it's like, oh, I don't want to spend 15 bucks. News travels so fast now. I know. Back in the day. Bad news travels super fast. Yeah, nothing travels.
"kevin costner" Discussed on Breaking the Glass Slipper: Women in science fiction, fantasy, and horror
"I do think, yeah, the main effect is the reader reaction rather than what happens in story because you could kind of transpose a guy for a lot of it and it would still work. You're talking about how a reader response might change, you know, if you had a mother going all out or a father going all out. And another thing that struck me very gendered within the book and something that we see a lot of because of the political climate, is that the whole role of reproducing and the whole power I want to say of reproducing is in the hands of the women. It's the women who are key to the reproduction. I kind of wonder why there aren't any books out there where men are the key to reproducing. And I don't know whether it's because it's so close to real life that women are being oppressed because of their way to reproduce that it just rings true in a novel, or whether it is impossible for men to be at the center of a reproduction argument. You know, if there was only a few men that could fertilize the women, you had thousands of women but only like three men who could fertilize it, would that what kind of a novel would that look like? Is that something you considered when you were trying to figure out how the book eaters would reproduce? So I think you get something a little bit like that, and I hate to say it the postman, which is one of the worst films I've ever seen. It's always Kevin Costner. Yeah, you should watch it. It's like a drinking game, or just every time he has a bad Shakespeare quote, you can take it off. There is a little bit of that with like, I think they mention it briefly that not all the men can have kids or something and that's their excuse for a while the women fall over him. Sounded a bit suspect to me, but anyway. Yeah, it's not very common. I think you could do it. I think any idea like that could be done. I mean, just speaking for me, I'm going to sound a bit like a messenger. I don't enjoy centering men and books. Nothing against them just if it doesn't make sense to them to be there on the plot. You don't want to shoehorn them in. I think women are my default is why default to riding and what I'm defaulting to being interested in, at least that constructed role in society. Yeah, it's interesting. For me, when I thought about when I was writing this question, I was thinking, for me, it's potentially reader expectations and reader responses. I feel I had thought they would be a little bit different from what you were saying. I didn't occur to me about Devon being violent. And to me, I didn't find her cold or sympathetic or I found her completely relatable. What I found what I thought might be difficult would be portraying a male character as being so fiercely emotional. And protective. I felt like a lot of readers wouldn't connect with that. As well as I wish I suppose is kind of the same, the different side of the same coin. If they don't expect women to be cold and calculating, they also don't expect men to be responding very viscerally and emotionally.
"kevin costner" Discussed on The Garden Question
"All the science out there points clearly away from that. Now, does soil have a biological component? Absolutely. There are billions of different kinds of bacteria in the soil. Most of which are beneficial to that soils function. There are significant numbers of fungi in the soil as well. Many of which benefit. I'll use a buzzword and gardening mycorrhiza. Mycorrhiza is a type of fungus that benefits the plants. They infect the plant roots. It's a symbiotic relationship where the plant gets a greater absorptive capacity from that fungi. That's what the fungi gives the plant roots. And in exchange, the plant provides sugars to the fungi to help it grow. That symbiosis creates a really good environment for plants. The problem is people think that they need to go out and buy a mycorrhiza fungi and then apply it to their soil in order for that relationship to begin. And the reality is well built soils have good bacteria populations and have good fungi populations. Personally, as a gardener, I'd much rather spend my money on those materials that are going to help my soils improve because then the bacteria and the fungi are going to come along. I give you a little illustration, Craig. Remember the movie field of dreams. Kevin Costner built that baseball field out in the middle of a cornfield. Everybody thinks he's crazy. He keeps telling his wife, I hear voices that are telling me if you build it, they will come. Of course, he builds the baseball field and these dead professional baseball players show up very few people can actually see him. I won't spoil it for everybody, but bottom line is finally somebody sees these players and they ask the main character. They say, where did these players come from? And here was his answer. He said, I don't know. All I know is I was told to build it and they would come. And so here's the jump to reality and gardening..
Levi & Jennie Lusko Explain How They Found Their Way to Montana
"So let me take you to a moment in your marriage. I think it was fairly early on when you had this crisis of vocation, maybe if I could call it that the vocation of location, your successful pastor, John Kelly. Yeah, Dr. Seuss, I've read a few of those. But then they were stripped away. Too soon. Too soon. But your pastor in California, you're thriving there. You're very successful. And you bump into somebody who says, hey, you might want to think about coming to Montana or Idaho. Montana, yeah. Yeah, we felt like California made sense for us. You know, all our lives, I actually grew up in Colorado, raised in New Mexico, Jenny from California. We ended up in Orange County. And we were just a mile away from the beach, you know, a couple thousand people in the church we were teaching at, it felt like it all roads had led to that moment. Season passes to Disneyland, you know. It's where God wanted you. It felt right, honestly. And at that point, there came this incredible, ridiculous idea. Go to Montana and start a church. Now, we're not ranchers, you know, I don't look like Kevin Costner. You know, I just don't, it doesn't, it didn't make sense to us. And yet we couldn't, you know, when you know God speaking to you and it almost irritates you because you just know he is and you almost wish you could pretend you didn't hear him. We felt like we needed to move to Montana and started church, which didn't make sense.
Do Yourself a Favor and Watch 'Fandango'
"Earlier yesterday I was thinking about movies that I love that aren't mentioned a lot. I made sure to count the film that a young Kevin Costner started and it's a movie named Fandango. This is one of those crazy things in my life. I think a Fandango the next guy got next day Gary brooker dies. And then I got a story about me and Debbie and Ivan the bushes. But Fandango is a movie 1985, kind of a comedy, it was originally a student film made by a guy named Kevin Reynolds. It was a parody of Greek life that is Alma mater of Baylor university, but because his father was the president in Baylor, he didn't want to portray the institution in an unfavorable light and he made believe it was about the University of Texas and the film is now a cult classic. If you haven't seen Fandango, try to find it, Steven Spielberg saw the film and he helped fund a feature length comedy about 5 college students from Texas in 1971 who go on a last road trip together. That's what Fandango's about. And celebrate the privilege of youth. And if I didn't just describe what I had in the bushes with Debbie and Yvonne, if that's not the privilege of views, I don't know what is. And these guys go off and face graduation, marriage, the draft of the Vietnam War. It's very poignant. So do yourself a favor. Find that film, it's really sweet and beautiful. And I mean, what film strong a young Kevin Costner isn't. But it is a real magical film. It's a real sleeper.
"kevin costner" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Right. Oh, I love that. Not to reclaim all you want, but the years don't lie. And the thing is, we are in an industry, which is very hard on women. So a lot of women, I feel like this, if you have to, you know, take some years off, take some years off. If that means that you're gonna get some work, okay? So I don't, you know, I embrace I'm happy that she's embracing it now, but you have a lot of people. They don't even hit their stride or get something today and they 40s. True. But then what happens is when you go to the casting, you know, they like, oh, were you too old? But you don't look, but you don't look. 'cause we didn't know she was 50. I didn't know. She never looked good. She didn't have to. And I mad, she told us. Yeah, 'cause I don't want that in my head. It's like everybody ain't got to know everything and we need to stop making women. It seems like we make women. We got to tell our age or when I can't stand that my mama told me at 21. Don't ever tell your age or your weight, right after 21, so I'm still 21. Meanwhile, you on weight watch yourself everybody. What are you talking about? Don't you hate when somebody a man asks you your age or your weight. I think it's rude. I just think it's rude. Oh, for sure. Well, that's because we live in a society that that's, you know, that's what we put and we really place it a lot on women. You don't see this with male actors that much. You know, I mean, look at Kevin Costner. He is still working. It's just I've just seen the being reported. He's the highest paid TV actor or actor out there right now. It's like and.
"kevin costner" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast
"And it's something that i rarely see in movies. Like maybe the way of the gun. The macquarie film but like most most movies and have gun play it just like boom bang. Bang bang bang and with this. I really felt like like every bullet felt like a precious commodity to these characters. Yeah and it's so much so that you know even the sound of that because you know. I've fired guns at arranger on on offensive before they're so loud even to the sound design it was almost like cannons. We just want the loudest gunshot. You could possibly do and so in one of the inspirations was open range the kevin costner shootouts in. That were fantastic. I mean i think that holds the record for the longest shootout still does but it's like seventeen minutes. Plus minute shootout at the end so part of us wanted to try to beat that record but that was stretching so you know in the in the style and tone in the feel of it really looked at hostels assessment suggests james and there will be blood there will be led not being a western but being that early nineteen hundred time period. Yeah openness in the the starkness two things. I think that was a big piece of even the job of the word has feel taken dirty and everything will look look dirty and gross like yes close. Look like they've been wearing them for weeks. Even steven dorf. Who's probably you know. The the handsome missed fella as presented in the movie. Yeah yeah his. His clothes looked like they could use a washing but mean i love the authenticity of that. Yeah i think that comes from shows like deadwood which really sold that you know with the trump agenda mud and things and so you know i think those are of course you know we all get in this business to make a star wars. Where about is the weather one of the original questions. It's you know western space. So i think you know there's pieces of star wars that that's a bigger thing but that in the back of my brain. I'm like you know that's everyone wants to make a star wars movie so make a make a western improved do it. Maybe a chance of the world and kind of the theme of modernity imposing itself at this stage in time like even the first scene when his sons like they got machines that can do you know. They're like digging a trench or something like that machines. They'll do this in a fourth time. He's like neat. Whatever and when you talk about lived in stuff like you know we're not really here to talk about what it's like to work with actors specifically but we can talk a little bit about. Tim blake nelson. I'm sure we're not used to seeing a lead. Who's so inscrutable..
"kevin costner" Discussed on Celtics Beat
"And then, you know, you get this shocking news that he's out. You know, whether it's a culture thing is something that's been going around. There's, of course, talk that he had sex with another employee. And then click on that, by the way, because that was, you know, that's part of the athletic article. It's right there in the tweet teasing the article. It was discovered that all right, so okay, so I take it back. I take it back in part because I missed this part. So all that was in the initial tweet that I saw. I guess there have been multiple tweets because this is not the tweet that I saw that I just pulled up. The initial tweet that I saw was he had a consensual intimate relationship with a member of the organization. And I'm thinking, my initial instinct is, I mean, like Kevin Costner and Jennifer Garner did that in draft day. They even brought a baby into the world, like who cares? Why is that a story? But all right, so he's married. That's a problem. Obviously, that you can't do. That part, I feel like has not been well publicized. Yeah, but, you know, they've been trying and really, I think with that, they can't really fire somebody necessarily for that. I think rosas would have a lawsuit on his hands. You know, he'd have a reason to come back at the organization..
"kevin costner" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics
"I just wanna hear everything that he's saying especially when he takes like a particular kind of walk out to the mound. There's just a way that he walk. Sometimes and i'm like what you're about delayed on something good. I wish i could hear it. Yeah i love it when she takes them off. Don't shake him off. You're gonna make a mad. Don't shake him. It's so so good and listen. Even in a weird movie filled with baseball goes. Kevin costner is a really good actor. I love him so much. I just i missed him. I'm glad i went back and said kevin coster you've missing from my life. I want you to be president. I met him once he was a delight. He's even more handsome person. I just let her recommendation. Not for field of dreams. But for kevin costner movies generally so are you watching his. tv show. do not watch yellowstone. I watched a couple episodes and it was not for me. I'm not that devoted to him. I just needed a little bit more. My life ahead okay. I got small doses of kevin small doses of. I'm trying to decide right now. This is a big one. If i want to rewatch the bodyguard. I really struggled to rewatch things with actors who have passed away whose death greatly to me. It's why i'm not watched the sopranos. It's why i can no longer watch almost famous. And we all know how. I feel about the tragic death of whitney. Houston so i don't. I don't think i'm going to be able to do it today. A really wanna rewatch it. But i just think it'll be too hard for this period of my life. I find that. I am unhappy going back and watching the movies. I am never mad at myself going back and listening to the soundtracks. So that's what i if. I'm feeling a little whistle for a movie of my youth. I'm going to the soundtrack film such a good experience washable. Durham trying to replicate. I'm trying to find another movie. I mean i watched sleepless in seattle. In when harry met sally every christmas. But i'm like trying to search out another film..
"kevin costner" Discussed on The Higherside Chats
"There's some other people who are in contact with who are also receiving packages from this person. This package is being is all about the movie. The prestige in fact the return address the name which was used was actually a character from the prestige and so on one level. Like it's not so hard to believe that this person who obviously listens to some of my work would send something about the prestige. Because i have talked about it. I use it as a touch point in a lot of the things i talk about. So that's not completely lake unheard of but what really gets me is the timing the timing that you and i talked about this the night before and i made a big deal of receiving that package and then how that played out in the coming days of my life and then the same thing happened and then on top of that to add one more layer into this mystery is i said when i got off with you i asked my son i said. What do you wanna watch. And it was them who chose the prestige. So i don't really have anything more to go than say that. But i'm saying this is the level of the mystery in which we are playing with That is trippy for sure. So it's with that that i'm going to begin our conversation today. Thus and though i spent a good amount of time in the slides which i sent you describing this two mile stretch in wilmington delaware. I initially sent to you and it's listed as the intro slides. Because i wanted this to kind of kick it off since sending you those slides the the the intro or the kickoff has blossomed into a much raider story and so. I'm going to spend a little bit more time here than what i initially anticipated doing. But i think that it's going to make a lot more sense particularly in the main meat of our presentation. Okay and so what. I want to talk about right. Now is the field of dreams all right all right so let me ask you this. I so what. I say that like you know what pops in your mind. Well the movie. Of course kevin costner. If you build it.
"kevin costner" Discussed on SpyHards Podcast
"I'm i'm i'm if wrestling so to speak that nine an hour. I'm it's interesting. You mentioned about the connection with will patton and kevin costner characters. Because one of my early notes right back to the scene where you first meet them at the inaugural ball is know. I wish someone to me. Will patent looks at kevin costner. Yeah yeah and also the way that will patton looks at gene hackman as well like there's a connection there as well actually in the original. I did feel a connection between the the boss character and the underlying who are involved in this nefarious deed like it's there under the surface but here it's much more explicit and i thought it was pretty effective. We'll patent the way. His character gets more and more unhinged as the movie goes. Yeah and he's so like clean and put together and by the end his hairs sticking up and he looks like just totally unhinged. I thought it was really effective. I am a point. We spoke about this. And we've kind of spiked up to this point where the film changes and that's a say the point is showing young's character dies and that's where it seems interesting from in and the camps who's been more of a fan throughout but the point where changes this instantly just way more tension in the film and i think this is where the film shifts more woods genius level and i've really enjoyed it from on the but i i do think it was bulk down at the stop. Yeah i mean. I can totally understand that i was more i was embracing the eighties in this of it and coke. Customers acts in for me than took office where a lot set before he just seeing may come to me they will miss like siblings really either. I didn't see any any Tension already chemistry between Remain just a bit low. Stunningly that really to say when when she lynch went over the balcony that was it. We all off. that's it you know. That's it if it's the the world's most powerful slap by gene hackman though. Yeah yeah now. She got over the banister to the floor. I never really understood the geography of that but she climb over a caught remember and i think she saw a thinking he went to hit her and she stumbled in Especially like backward somersaults away fair enough. Yeah maybe gene hackman just has really strong hands about breast..
"kevin costner" Discussed on SI Media Podcast
"That was there. It was proud of that whole experience with the field of dreams game. And then what the number was you know. You can't control but people. I've i've had more comments on that in the weeks since then anything i've done in a long long time so whatever the number was i'm not calling bs on it but i feel like everybody. I know in my life in fact people. I don't know wanna come up to me and tell me how cool that was and then on top of it. How great of a game. It was so it tells me they stuck around for the end of it. When when was the first moment for you that you realized this was something special. Was it before the game during the game introductions. When did you first realize oh. We've we've got something here. That's plus b was a the night before the game getting there to go through the rehearsal. Kevin costner wanted to do and seeing the truck compound which which means something to you doesn't mean much to the average listener but it had as much equipment in the truck compound as any. Us open. i ever did which had at least three to four times more equipment in it than any super bowl. I've ever done so it was that big was. I said one of the guesses fox pain for all this. i mean. i don't know what the outlay was for it but it was a big big production. That had a lot of moving parts to it. And then when i walked out with kevin costner and i guess i'm name dropping but it was fitting for the night the night before the game which was wednesday and i walked through the scaffolding in the bleachers..
"kevin costner" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"I was reverend obscene. I've seen like mike. No no one's gonna hot but that's rude but no like mike doesn't count. We could air bubblering. We've been hammering on francisco all episode because of its lack of seeing he is we have a segment called uncultured swine which is usually dedicated to us learning about sports and things outside of the united states but for this episode francisco is the unfaltering. Have you seen. Have you seen varsity blues the replacements. Have you see the replacement. I don't care. I've seen that okay. Good 'cause goes in american hero. The of a question guys are met anybody talk about. Remember the titans. Please tell me we have seen that. Yes i have seen that. Listen the kill me. Just as much as sun rises in the east as we receive remember lizards. I would hope so at least on my end. I've seen it as well okay. There's not one terrible there. One would like samuel jackson as a coach in that one coach carter co charter as in that backgrounds. By how do we feel about any given along with the rock with When he's like the you know the juvenile detention whatever as in that one francis goes favor. Football is the blindside. I've seen the blindside look in the trash movie. The center burlington will depends on which long as yard both are equally. Yeah over equally good whereas you know i. I don't francisco's favorite Football it's draft. Day starring kevin costner. Your presents go. I've seen that one. Robert deniro is a crazy giants fan in that one and given your top rubber dam..
"kevin costner" Discussed on SPORTS GOOFS
"You know i could imagine that with that mustache wide on. Take a ride on the wild side exact last night on the ground so you know no disregard for human life with those rights. Are you calling me at kearney sir. Hey man i think I saw. I don't know if anybody in the history of always coney island places. There's i think there's some stuff on youtube about it. That's pretty cool. I one of the guys saw his gosh started. Man was that the one that always talks about disney stuff. I already forgot his name by the you'll find it. He talked about coney island how one guy's amusement park was burning down to the ground overnight and then it completely burned down and he went on over. Put up a sign that said Ten cents to go and watch the rubble or something. That's a man that knows how to milk it for all it's worth literally very cow's milk some cows. He probably did that. I will do that. You know people do have now people do that now. Come over farm and milk a cow. Yeah where are we. Pay somebody to milk a cow at. I love the people. Pay people to feed a horse horse. Renew your sort while. My family has a former nicaragua. So we do pay people to know. Cal's so i'm not gonna i'm not gonna hate you for being hustler. I'm talking about would you. Hey yourself individual. Oh when i go. No no i mean i. I've the affirmation farm thing. I don't need to do that now. We're done it. Doen't experience all right of shot a rifle guys. I've done things so. Yeah what else do we have here. Okay so we're to start. Well do baseball guys. Get that out of the way you know stuff happened. The field of dreams happen guys trash. Don't even the field of dreams game hap. Let's talk about that. And what yeah. Let's start with you andrew. And what did you think of the field of dreams. Game out nyla. That was better than i. Honestly think that it met all my expectations. And then some and i'm not even talking about how the game ended but i mean it got a little bit corny especially with the conduct where kevin costner's a good pun there. Oh my god. I really for real. You didn't realize. Oh no i that was that was totally Totally unintentional my. My subconscious is a great pawn nigger but it got a little bit campy because I'm not talking about the players coming out of the corn field. That was epic. I was going to happen because they someone broke the story earlier so i was going to happen but it still was just so cool to watch although as someone pointed out. Does that mean that the players are ghosts. let's see charles are any of the yankees disappearing right now play..
‘Field of Dreams’ Game Features Drama, Nostalgia, and Kevin Costner
"Well, Iowa hosted their first ever MLB game last night on especially constructed field next to the real life Field of Dreams. Movie set Chicago sites. White Sox beat the New York Yankees 98 with a walk off homer in the ninth. The opening was kind of cool. Kevin Costner led to players through the cornfield onto the field. I I kind of dug that, and then he was on the field, and he did this little speech about 30 years ago. On the other side of that core, Um, they filmed a movie that stood the test of time. Thanks to that enduring impact of that little movie we had. It allowed us to come here again, and then he went on Is this heaven? And then, the crowd said, No, It's Iowa. It was kind of cool, though. You know Kevin Costner. I'm amazed how well he's aged. I mean, I was kind of. I thought it was like a flashback. You know, he looks really great. Yeah, and Jack Look, it was it was a good game. It was a good game. If you're looking for a little trivia question or an answer, Jose, a brave of the White Sox hit the first home run of the night into the cornfield. First Ever Major League home run in Iowa. Um and each each team hit four home runs. It was a It was a decent game. I didn't see all of it because Go to sleep so I could sleep in this morning. Those things for the Yankees. They got two home runs from Aaron Judge, one from Brett Gardner and one from Jean Carlo Stanton. White Sox got the one from Jose Obre, who won from Alloy Humanities, one from Seb Zavala in the game winner from Tama Anderson. And if there's any bright side is that, MLB commissioner Rob Manfred said. There'll be another game next year.
Iowa's First MLB Game Played Next to The "Field of Dreams"
"Of Dreams Game. Was pretty magical. The game was a tribute to the 1989 movie Field of Dreams. The star of the film Kevin Costner, as you can see, they're greeted players as they walk through the corn stocks on the field. The stadium is near the site of the original baseball field in Dyersville, Iowa. The game was supposed to happen last year, but was postponed because of pandemic restrictions. Major league Baseball says there will be another field of dreams game next August about 8000 fans watch White Sox shortstop Tim Anderson hit a walk off home run into the cornfield to beat the Yankees 98.
"kevin costner" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is all for me. Thank you. Okay, So just s O. Never can Campbell got cast in the Lincoln lawyer. You know, that was so far along at CBS. This show, and I don't know why. I mean, it had a it had Like CBS had given them significant production as commitment when they during last year's pilot season, But then they pulled out of the project to me and So it was looking for a new home. So Netflix scooped it up because it's Michael Conley. And, of course his it's based on Lincoln lawyer Michael Connelly has got his Bosch, which did like amazing, and that's a great show anyway. Never Campbell Will play man. No, she's got Mickey Haller's first sex wave. Maggie makers and then who's the guy that's and then manual Garcia rule foe will play rueful will play Mickey Holler. And if you Google Manual Garcia roof. Oh, you'll recognize him and you will, all right. I like that. So she's she's joined and you know, she's like, really been. She's been She's in clouds. No, she was in cloud just played the mind. Never saw clouds. Yes, the movie you haven't snow. She played that so VX mom, but we've known that she played that part and she was in You know, Um, how's cards? And then she was in between Johnson's skyscraper movie which looks so bad, all right, and she will, um She'll be in scream because that's when he had the famous kiss. In the water and pretty things, wasn't it that her wild things with the other blonde lady with Denise Richards? Yeah. Mm. Wild things. They're wilder kid. What the hell was that? Raccoon will know. Okay, you know that. Yes. May you have seen the picture? I don't know if I've ever seen the movie Never remember Party of five. Whatever happened to Matthew Fox? Here. You know, you had a bad reputation after loss, and I don't know what he's done. I loved the last. You know, that was so jumped the shark and jumped the island jumped a volcano lost. Yes. Yeah, that was always one. I heard God. Good again and then got and then finished bad. I actually liked the ending of that. And that church playing going on? Yeah, Boiler, But, yeah, it looks like it's wild things as well. Things he has. Matthew Fox has not been any thing in anything since 2015. Yeah, obviously is paused. His acting crew was paused for him. When the word got out, But this show is the show Runner is not the showrunner, but the e V. P is David E. Kelley. He's doing this Lincoln lawyer All right, So that's happening. And then Kelly's been less of what did you think we didn't talk about Big sky last week? Because it came back last week. It's just setting up everything okay? Yeah. I mean, just setting up everything for whatever the next twist is gonna be okay. Kevin Costner has another theories ABC. Now he's really into the producing, because that was his idea of Yellowstone. So and that's such a good show. If you've not want Yellowstone. It really is founded on Netflix friends and I'm setting it to a radio desperate for things desperate for this, so he got ABC handed and ordered Kevin Costner. He's written it along with the flashes Aaron helping and the author of the actual book that This is based on It's called national Parks, and it follows the small group of elite National Park Service agents. As they say, sir, us solve crimes well, protecting the national parks, which, while they're big and beautiful, Apparently, there's a vast array of criminal activity that happens. Okay. Remember the book Glory? It's not a book. It was. It's a real life story. I'm gonna date us before you. I know you want to finish this. But do you remember this story of the woman? Someone was on our show parked at a national park in attempt. Got attacked. I was in a book. Was it a book? You know what I'm talking about attacked and the cops came to find it out. But we heard because there's a lot of crime that happens in the national parks with the campers. Member, and this was somewhere it in, like Oh, well, clearly this is a big this guy has written. There's this guy, the author John Baird, be Ai r D is written books about that people don't really know that this whole You know these park Ranger national parks anyway. Kevin Costner is writing it whether he's going to start it. I don't know what that means for you. Can you do Yellowstone and national parks at the same time? Because, of course, Yellowstone lended. Ended on quite the cliffhanger with want him to start doing with Dutton. Oh, yes, it did. Selves anyway. You don't need to remember that memory. But do you remember that book and it was it was a book Can't really Adam. I'll take your word for But I do know that there is crime in national parks. Well, there's going to be a TV show now. Based on a book Kevin Costner's Behind stories between the current crime You always You know, there's gonna be sexual tension. You have to have such sexual tension and shows. How can you just imagine? I mean right now, everyone is how many times you get a text from your friends? What do you watching? Here's what I'm watching Because everyone's finishing it in a day. You know, everyone's desperate to find new content Right now they're absorbed. Yeah, there's a lot out there feel like they've exhausted their their not being imagines have enough or they're not. Rain or go back and watch the sons of anarchy or the Americans are on land. There's so many shows that woman's still I don't think that's off of Showtime is always a proprietary to that one. But that's a great show. No, I you know When? When? Where? I'm someone wind that they don't have enoughto watch. I will get out my dainty little violin. It's okay. National Ukulele Day. Yeah. Okay, I'll get my tiny little you collectively that cannot be worried or stressed for those people. I'm so I worry for them. Laurie for a Netflix paid that fake Paris. I don't know if you ever followed that story of the woman who in New York. She's a con woman. Basically the Russian and she condo these people met. Flicks paid her how much $320,000 for her Life story, which is being adapted by Shonda Rhimes. And then she did use the money. To pay off her victims. Well, she did. Well, that makes me happy. Yeah, So? So you got to be good. She faked it all its victims all these banks, and she pretended she had a six She was a $60 million trust fund, baby talk and talk about faking famous. She faked that she was Ridge Vanity Fair covered this story. I was absolutely fascinated by it. I wanted To share with you, but it it is such a kind of a complicated scam. This is a perfect TV show, right? Okay? Yes, because there's story. There's so many layers in the onion exactly, but she was a very successful con woman. Yes, I know who you're talking about. What is her name again? Her name is Anna Sora Kin, so they heard entertainment confused with Annika sort? Soerensen, That's right. Ate her lawyer. That's what her life rights were worth 320,000, and she didn't go too. Didn't you go to prison? Yeah, he went to into the pokey. Yeah. She's scared. I don't know if she's you know, like if paid back. She left friends with, like huge hotel bills. And I remembered yes, yes. Isn't that like this is in the ATS? This wasn't that long ago. Remember this story rack? Oh, no, no, thanks. We follow everything terrible. And, yeah, she was pretending to be this German Eris name Anna del V. And she was a $60 Million Trust fund baby, and she's so successful at it. She got all these. She got in this wealthy circle of friends and then some not so wealthy, But she set everybody with the money, her appearance and all these other things were such that they would be like, Okay. You can pay me back with the jet, right when we go to san parts in a month, right? So it was like a Ponzi con scheme. If you will. She pretended to have money and got other people to pay for everything. And then left all these people holding the bag to anyway, Shand is doing that's gonna be good. So the sea people have a lot of ideas. Yes. Shows an income to air that tomorrow and our bridges and girl you know, Phoebe Maybe they're you know, definitely. She told Conan O'Brien, um, that her family did that watch Episode six Cash. Everyone talking about Episode six. I might have to go back and watch episode Sex. Yeah, to stream I kind of forgot about, so don't even watch another episode just skip ahead to six. That's what they did on the Jason Show. They described the head to the library didn't even watch. Yeah. Is that the scenes at the library scene the one everybody thinks so..
"kevin costner" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I tell you what I stumbled into a bar unknowingly about to witness a royal rumble on their big screens. It was a chicken wing place you you may know no free sponsorships here. Sure. Uh, And the people there were just going nuts. They'd play the intro music and just People scream, and it was a great experience. Mm. Speaking of screaming and playing music game, we're playing, win, lose or jail as we look at all of the players in this scenario with the game stop Robin Hood, the SEC hedge funds and the Like last off, we talked about the original. Reddit posts, posters, posters, pope people who posts about this, and then we got into financial advisors who were involved with this. How about Dame people who just caught wind of this this week? Decided to invest six months from now. Are we looking at a sack? A winner's a sack of losers, or none of those people are going to jail? No, no, no, no. We're going to jail. It zombie a mixed bag there too, If you if you get out when things are good, you're gonna be a big winner. If you write it all the way down or you wait too long. I don't think it's gonna take very long for the balloon to deflate in this case. You may look at your phone in the morning and check it later the afternoon and find out that you're underwater. So there's gonna be some losers. Big big losers here, too. Alright SEC Winners losers are going to jail is also doesn't make sense. Six months from now, How will people look at the SEC? I assumed name. By the way, I agree with you on the late investors. I think you'll see more mainly losers there with some winners who had the wherewithal to get out at the top dish. As he see Dame people always have different opinions on the SEC. Everyone on both sides actually hates the SEC like no one actually likes the SEC. No. One in the industry. No retail investor. No one does. What's the view of the S E. C six months from now It's gonna be a push. It's gonna be roughly the same nose or then is a zit is now and if they are able to Bring some legitimate cases against people who Would rightfully deserve them that I think don't get up Gold star that will quickly be forgotten about and if they do nothing, then people will continue to be angry, which is the preferred mode of most people these days, and they'll continue to complain. Seem to remember that Bryan Adams song Everything I do I do for you from the Robin Hood movie back and, like 1990 or so Kevin Costner, Morgan Freeman. Yeah. Next under Robin Hood. Will they be winners losers or will they be in jail? Will there be a men in tights in the penitentiary? Do you think I think there may be some fines, But there's nobody's gonna go to prison over this. Do you think they will be considered losers six months from now, in terms of their business on that they were planning an initial public offering this year, and this is a lot of negative PR. I mean, unless you're a P. T. Barnum Uh, you know, it's hard to get away with this level of negative attention and still have the most exciting thing in your company history this year, which is an initial public offering. I think that's a really interesting question is what happens to their I P o. Should they go through with it now, we had a story a couple weeks ago where Robin Hood is really contemplating changing things up a little bit to try and attract new investors. Females, particularly Trust issues are going to go over very well with anybody, let alone female investors s O. They may have to really go back to the drawing board about what they want their business to look like. If it has to be enhanced in the whole bunch of different ways to offer more services that are More traditional, I guess. Maybe toe make him look a lot more like everybody else in this space, So it'll be interesting to see what happens with the I P o. But if they do it right, they may come out as a winner on this one, but it's probably gonna be a push. So I was doing a interview on the Fox affiliate in Indianapolis, Indiana. Today, Fox 59 with my friend Angela. Good note one of the best and she asked me, she said in the interview. She hit one of my hot buttons, she said. Well. Dave Portnoy for from Bar Stool Sports, said that people should go to jail over this, and he was theoretically talking about Robin Hood for shutting down the ability for people to make trades on this. And, um, that's just not happening. It just it's just not happening because he did it for S E C regulation. Also, when you sign up for a brokerage account, there's actual documentation. That says these sorts of things can happen. I mean, everyone who has an account if they had read it would read it. Uh, read it. If they had read it would know that Not only was this possible, but even if it happened, then they didn't really have the the the Ability to litigate against them. You go to arbitration, right? Yeah, I think you've got, uh, Robin Hood will be big losers on this. I think it will definitely negatively impact their AIPO and I think it will lead to more regulation. Of Margin accounts for Amateur investors now Here's the thing. Damn you and I when I was trying to attempt to talk on my in my car on my phone, and it got better We ask this question. How do you regulate this? How do you How do you go to an investor and say, Well, you can't use an options account in less so there's two ways. They could be an accredited investor, which means you've got a lot of scratch. Or you can pass some sort of certification to do it. Which was something that you said. Do you think either of those things happen? I'd love to see him. Excuse me. I'd love to see him happen. I will They in a short period time. Six months left, definitely not six months. But I think you have to be an educated investor when you're going to start messing with some of these more complicated instruments. Just because you can read a forum and follow somebody's instructions doesn't mean it's in your best interest. You got to know what you're doing. I mean, The centerpiece of financial advice that you and I have heard a million times is you don't invest in anything you don't understand. And how many people do you think that invested in some of these options could explain how they function and how they actually make money? Not many. What about the hedge funds six months from now, the ones that were directly involved with this loser's winners Jail what he got? There's gonna be some losers. For sure. We've already seen some of them are shifting to looking at long opportunities instead of using shorts going forward, so it's going to force a lot of hedge funds even once didn't get caught up in this to reevaluate. How they perceive opportunities in the market and how they're going to try and make their profits for their clients going forward, And I think some of them are gonna really, really abandon some of the options strategies that they've leaned on for a while. Yeah, I think you're gonna see a lot of losers in that space. And I would also say hedge funds people, people think they're only for wealthy people. That's not necessarily true, therefore, institutions or for organizations that have a lot of money to invest, which is to say there's a lot of teachers pensions, public workers pensions where there is small percentages of those funds invested in hedge funds, so theoretically, If a hedge fund went kaput you could actually see like state pensions suffer because of it. As I said on Twitter earlier today, by the way, Quoting yourself on Western you said on Twitter is one of the Les mis things you could possibly sound the radio, but I did point out there are not necessarily good guys and bad guys or good people and bad people in the financial industry. It's not that binary. It's really complex. I know it's really invoked to hate the rich to hate the wealthy and that they've somehow done something wrong and I get the disenfranchisement. I get it. And if you feel marginalized, you know you're entitled to feel, however you like, however, Just not that easy because very sound institutions invest in hedge funds that also happened to benefit the masses. Someone would ask, gonna hit us for going to break someone asked on Facebook..
"kevin costner" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Worse. Okay, I want to hear it now, because I wouldn't. I wouldn't pay a nickel to go see this movie. Quite frankly, all I have to know that it's Kevin Costner playing Robin Hood. I want to hear is his accent. I've watched five seconds of this, and it's already so awful Can Doug It's so awful already to me e want to hear the accent what they done. Don't you see? There's a man over there? You're still owe. That guy doesn't have an accident there. Who is that guy That's actually Christian Slater is actually isn't half bad compared to go? Why couldn't distance later with actual accents? You know what I mean? I heard today. The sheriff now values your neck at 500 Gold pieces. Oh, God, Kevin, we take a man Yeah. Well, Do you think that the Sheriff will give everything back after I'm gone. Oh my gosh! That's awful wrong. No, master bad doesn't match one by 11 by one. Would you just light armored men on horseback with rocks and our bare hands? Needs being made today. But the one true weapon that escapes you will So they fired the guy halfway through the movie is dialect coach. You have to cost overruns. And so he wasn't able to get his. You know if you don't If it doesn't come naturally to you gotta work at it. It's like, OK, Well, never mind. Wow. That's.
‘Let Him Go’ has biggest weekend of any film in 6 weeks
"The current era where nobody goes to movies? The biggest movie in months. Months. The new Kevin Costner movie that I saw the previews on TV. You look kind of good made $95 made $4.1 million. Wow. How is right? That's amazing. That's what the number 11 of the most popular movie in many months in America made over the weekend for million dollars. Wow. You have to go low budget on these things right to come out ahead.
Here's when new movies will air
"A film with two pretty big stars in it. Yes. Let him go with Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. You know, Kitty with the movie awards season, right around the corner. I sure hope that let him go becomes at least part of the awards conversation. Because it really is that good. Just based on the dynamic performances from Leeds stars Diane Lane and Kevin Costner, but Lesley Manville and Jeffrey Donovan shine to really the entire cast lights up this family revenge thriller that finds Kevin Costner and Diane Lane. Squaring off against the lawless family known as the wee Boys who live off the grid in the Dakotas and the three brothers were ruled by their vindictive mother, Lesley Manville, and one of the guys Will. Britain is married to their daughter in law and is abusing her and their grandson. Well, when Lane and Costner try to rescue them, But we boys start threatening them, and that gets Lane and Costner really fired up. You know, it's such a simple but dramatic story and just so very well done. And here's the other thing. Kitty. Aside from tenant, and maybe Russell Kroll's movie unhinge its the biggest movie opening directly in theaters you don't because most everything has been streaming and had limited release, And so it'll be interesting to see how big a draw Diane Lane and Kevin Costner are for theaters this weekend and beyond. But I'll tell you, you can't go wrong with this good, old fashioned Western tinged thriller. So I'm given. Let him go. Four out of four stars. Excellent. Okay. Wow. High ratings. And then what? We got a couple of two or three other ones. Maybe you could just go over. There was real quickly for a teen coming of age drama called 18 to party, and it's set in 1984 stars. Tanner Flood for Moonrise Kingdom in the Leiva Clark of TV's draft bill. I like that. I'm giving you three out of four stars and another revenge thriller called True to The Game, too. With Erica Peoples and Vivica Fox and Faith Evans. I'm giving it 3.5 out of four stars really like that one. And then there's a Swedish psychological horror film called Koko de Coco Dog, and It's just weird, but I couldn't turn away from it. Not a big recommendation. I didn't love it didn't hate it. So I'm giving it to out of four stars. But you
Literal Jock Sniffer - Season 3, Episode 4 - burst 1
"Question. How did he do? Okay. So here's the thing about Joe Brown. This is why I think you like him so much. Oh, it's a really great quarterback that just plays hockey team. So he's like your deck Prescott your a bitch. I thought you were like the light bulb in my head went off last night when I was watching it. I was like, well, he's a good little quarterback like Dak Prescott. He just plays for no wonder Jasmine likes them so much. By the way, I have you know you Optimus Prime Don the word shity so it cut out on you said shity team. That's all right. I show you going to say that we were going to like look we could be an item now. I'm just disappointed. Oh, I'm sorry. Now he's to you guys wouldn't match very well. He's back to blonde hair doughy eyed, you know, he still has his dreams and happiness. I was just that his way too innocent for you. You know, you just strip him of all of it off. I would fare. I tend to do this with all men though. Let's be real I tend to slowly take away their hopes dreams, you know their desk for Life their happiness any kind of happiness life. It's it's what I do to all the men that are in my life. Okay, so so that's your analysis which fuck off so that's no that's my analysis regards to jobber. Okay, my analysis in regards to the Browns. All right. Here's the thing about the Browns obj less. Always he had headlines Amy. Okay. This team has a boss ass offense page. There is no reason why they shouldn't be scoring touchdowns all the fucking time. I mean think about the players that they have Nick Chubb Fremont who both went off last night Jarvis Landry. I mean you couldn't get you can get that is a fantasy leagues dream right here, right? Yep. There is no reason why this team shouldn't be amazing because you know what their defense is really cool. Good to this team should be really competitive and making the playoffs and they're not understand now Grandma, who knows what's going to happen tell you what happened last night watching this game Baker Mayfield just he changed into a different person. Like when he like a human in a good way in a good way when he came off the field. He didn't go and sit down on the bench. He stood on the sidelines and watched his defense playing and then he I mean he rallied those guys. He was not going down to Joe burrow. I mean, you could totally he's like, there's no fucking way. This guy's going to show me up and there's no way I'm losing to the fucking bangles and you know what he totally carried his team. He really truly did stepped up it was offensive. Now if they can do that every single weekend this team is really like it has all the weapons that it takes to be a fantastic team which made me. Made me Ponder the fact that there's some teams that you just expect to lose and then there's some teams that you expect to win like the team's you expect to when you expect the steel real attacks right now. You expect the Cal you expect to win. You don't expect the Lions or the Bangles or the Browns. I mean the low-hanging fruit, you know, you don't expect those teams to win. So when they have when they have rosters long, the Browns have their own turning into a team that you they should be winning with what they have. So it sounds to me that the Browns are basically like if you're looking at it from a fantasy league point, it's the guy in league who basically cheese his way to get the best team because everybody else is internet either sucked or they were on auto draft or they forgot there was a draft right? That's the guy in the if you're equating it to a fantasy team roster birth. Okay. Number one. I liked it. You know I prematurely said shut up about the Cowboys cuz I thought you were going to say that you expect them to lose and I like that you're saying that you expect them to win because that's what you do you absolutely suck. Oh you that's what we do problem. That's where we are a we are an elite Lord team. Anyway, that's what you're going with I am. Well, I don't know the baker Mayfield is still a shitstain to me so good for him rallying his team. He's still a shitstain. I do love his Progressive commercials their home like the latest one. Yes. They are the latest one where he's like. Oh, it's getting ready to rain. Help me cover the furniture. And two guys like you mean the stance he's really good in those commercials. If you could only be as good a quarter as he is in those commercials. We would be set the dog pound would be set. Well, we are you a dog pound or now. I mean, I you know, I have a soft spot for the Browns just cuz they always lose. And ever since that movie came out draft day with Kevin Costner yet. Oh, I'm out. I'm done with you. done with you Amy. Your brown spot is showing. I know I know you know, I just I'm weird that way I don't understand it. Either it is I don't either try to figure you out every day and I just you know, I do too and since I'm like, oh I get myself today and then sometimes I'm like now he's nope don't understand myself today, but that's okay. That's most of us as well. Amy. So rest assured you're not in Company by yourself. I think it is twenty-twenty it is. Okay. Well that's sad because now Joe burrow Hollow be his name Falls 200 and two. Yeah, it does and but you know what this guy he's he's a good quarterback. He is is there he should be in his helmet I think time to get mr. Guys. Sometimes he tries to carry his offense which isn't great because then he gets pummeled by pencil like he got pummeled last night several times. Well, you sure. Why does LSU brain sure what he's trying to win? And I totally get it. But at the same time he needs careful because you know, oh, he's a starting quarterback in the NFL. Well getting them know and you just see a lot of what he was doing at LSU that worked and I think you know like every rookie has this learning curve right where you come out transition from college to the big leagues and it's like, oh, okay, it's funny cuz I was like really different style of football right? I said to Bruce last night. I'm like, surprised that they just threw this guy in the deep end. I mean they just started. Oh totally, I mean, they didn't granted he dangles. What else do they have? I'm. That's the problem. They don't have anything else but you know like places in my where to get backing up Fitzpatrick that makes sense. It makes sense for him to kind of, you know way into the NFL same thing with Dwayne Haskins, you know, he he was back up for a while until he kind of learned his name. Yeah, now Joe girl, man. They just threw him in the deep and they're like here you go, bro, you go bu. Yeah. Well, you know what gotta he is trying I mean, he's playing his ass off out there. No he is but he is and that's why I'm like super team Joe burrow like we gotta do this man. Like I'm telling you. It's the stogie. We'll do it get this guy that mean that you're a Bengals fan know how fucking no. No, I like. Oh bji in a Browns fan. I like Joe burrow Ina Bengals fan, you know, I will always bleed silver and blue Amy. That's the only color I would leave home. Anyway, let's move on to the Chiefs. Okay, love us and Pat Mahomes you love some Andy Reid do that cheaper mofo back, right? So Andy Reid's big old windshield mask that he had on. When was it last week? I can't remember. Yeah. We're only in week to segregated windshield wipers. Yeah, so people were like what the hell and so like it was fogging up. You couldn't see shit, but this may be a thing. This may be a thing coming to a coach near you because off on the first Sunday of the NFL season when this happened several coaches were seen either one not wearing masks or to not wearing them properly because the mask police were out and the league is not going to stand for that. It's currently vice president of football operations. Troy Vincent issued a memo this week saying protocol requires all individuals with bench area access including coaches and members of the club medical staff to wear face coverings at all times failure to adhere this requirement will result in accountability measures being imposed against offending individuals and or clubs. However, Amy, there is no word on what those accountability measures will be so that to me that phrase is what kind of sticks out to me. What does that mean? do you do find them? Probably I mean you can look dead. Here's the thing. They're coaching on the sidelines of talking into Mike's they have to be able bird they have to be able understood. It's really hard for all of the to happen on your face plus all these guys are around each other all the time. They're all you know, I practiced together around the field. They're hitting each other all in each other's faces, you know, I mean and how many people have tested positive since the start of season one? Yeah. They did a very good 2700 players so very good job with with that right off because like you said, they've been implementing measures. They've been following the rules, you know, they've been testing a lot, you know, we got into this, you know leading into this actual season. Jeez, how many coronavirus updates that we talked about on this podcast about hey, this is what the League's doing. This is what they're making them do kind of thing. So something is clearly working. It's really great to see that that's positive news that you know that they're only seeing that wage. Chat, I think I that they should I really think they should go with a handy read mask to be quite honest can still see the coaches face. The microphone can kind of be up underneath it. So they may be able to understand what the coaches saying and and you're shielded. You know, when somebody comes up to your face, you know, I mean, think that that's fine but having to wear them like when it's just, you know covering your face in your nose again, like it's hard for me to understand people when they're wearing a mask and talking to me. Yes, I mean, so imagine imagine being on the field the quarterback coaches saying the guys in booth coordinators up in the booth are trying to understand what the guys on the field coordinators on the field are trying to say, I mean, it's just it's a it's crazy. So it's a shitshow you gotta be able to walk. You gotta be able to your job. I would take that looking like I've got the windshield of a Camry in front of my face the whole time vs Lee having something on my mouth cuz that's frustrating me. Yeah. Give me the telephone number. Windshield all day long over the you know, suffocating face masks which by the way speaking of Tesla. Did you see that their reports of some them being janky like getting like parts that were like really cheap shity on some of the Tesla's that were falling apart marvelous. I know so yet twenty-twenty doesn't happen. Just wanted to put that in there for you. All right coming up next in offsides, you know fall like we said is upon us. Although you wouldn't know here in Texas. It's still like an anus outside but here's something for your home that will make it fall feel less anus e okay Mom handles some new ones that are coming out and they're actually already out and we'll explain to you with those candles our next. All right, let's get into offsides and we've got some candles to tell you about so Amy, yeah, you know football's back. So if you want to get a little piece so that game day experience at home along with fall. This might work. Okay. I know you love candles. There's a company that's owned by Anheuser-Busch call Babe wine. They just created three football scented candles one smells like an artificial turf field. Okay one smells like a Nachos not bad and one
Johnny Depp claims Amber Heard was having affairs with "Pumpkin Head and "Potato Head"
"Accused his ex Amber heard of having affairs with pumpkin head. And potato head. Those were the names he used for Leonardo DiCaprio, Pumpkinhead, He's pumpkin and Channing Tatum. Potato head. Yeah, I can see that today. You thank you. The Aquaman actress at his misheard revealed that the very jealous act or That would be Mr Depp. Considered nearly all of her male co stars as a sexual threat. In a statement filed as part of his explosive libel case in London, he accused me of having affairs with Each of my co stars movie after movie Eddie Redmayne, James Franco Jim Stern, Valium and Go back. He was really worried that she was having an affair with Eddie Redmayne. I don't You know, I think I think she's throwing in Eddie Redmayne. Because that that would indicate only one race that would indicate how crazy he would be. You see, that's why go back. That's that's that's that's that's too You thought picking on Eddie? Red Man? Nobody wants to have an affair with Eddie Redmayne. Nobody. Kevin Costner, Liam Hemsworth, Billy Bob Thornton. I would have an affair with Kevin Costner before I would have an affair with Eddie Redmayne. Oh, making making a note of that right there. Eddie Redmayne. He's there in that wheelchair. Little would have been there with you. Kevin Costner.
MLB return-to-play proposal expected within week
"Major League Baseball expecting to offer a return to play proposal to the baseball Players Association within a week according to our Jeff Passan sources indicating teams have begun to encourage players to prepare for a quote spring training that could begin mid June for a season that could start in early July our Jeff Passan there's a lot right now Kevin Costner optimism and that cautious optimism is leading some teams to tell players that June tenth could be the earliest that spring training two point oh would start and that July first would be the earliest that opening day would be now not all the teams have gone and told their players this at this point and that has to be stressed that emphasize because listen we understand now that there are so many different hoops to jump through you need to get ownership approval he need to go to Washington DC and get the backing of the White House you need to have a medical professional saying this is okay and this is going to be safe enough and then ultimately you have to get sign off from the players there are so many hurdles left to jump over the very least at this point there is some semblance of a plan going
"For Your Reconsideration" Week
"This week's theme is for your reconsideration. The curator is Donde from luminary. Here are the podcasts and episodes chosen by Yolanda. Monday's episode comes from metaphysical milkshake and is called. Can you honor indigenous faiths without being a jerk. It's thirty four minutes long in this episode. rainn Wilson Resin Ostlund have one question. How do we honor and embrace embrace indigenous faiths without becoming like Kevin Costner? How can we become more than dilettantes? With dream catchers Kevin Locke is an artist Hoop dancer musician musician. Educator and cultural ambassador for his Lakota an Amish on Beirut's he joined the pod to share what we can do to better understand our indigenous faith traditions and how out to see our spiritual heritage in all the land around us. Join the conversation using Hashtag. Metaphysical an email your thoughts to metaphysical milkshake at soul pancake. GEICO DOT COM. Tuesday's episode comes from on second thought with Trevor Noah and is called prison break. It's forty four minutes long in this episode. Trevor and David David discussed their ideas for improving. Prison then talk about alternatives to incarceration Danielle Sarid founder of common justice. Wednesday's episode comes from from under the skin with Russell brand and his called science capitalism. And God with Neil degrasse Tyson. It's one hundred twenty one minutes long. Here's the description. This week's guest on under the skin is the infamous astrophysicist Neil degrasse Tyson. He's pretty amazing. He was promoting his book letters from an astrophysicist but he was much more than and being a focused and dedicated educator I enjoyed talking to him. Thursday's episode comes from here to slay with Roxane gay and Tracy McMillan Cottam him and his called all. Your faves are problematic. It's fifty three minutes long this week on the show Tracy and Roxanne take on the Popeye's chicken sandwich and all of its glory as well as the problematic takes that have come along with it. Friday's episode comes from the seaward with Lena Dunham and Alison Bennett and is called Lady Rosemary. Aber door it's fifty three minutes long in this episode Rosemary. Obrador seemed to most like a shy awkward wallflower but underneath drab exterior lurked an appetite for Jules parties parties and larceny born into an unassuming middle-class English home rosemary secretly stole thousands of pounds to fund her glamorous identity as titled Aristocracy. That's Lady Lady Aberdeen to you. Lena analyst Cover Rosemary's wild parties outrageous schemes her ultimate downfall and discuss what it's like to feel unseen and unappreciated those are the podcast recommendations chosen by Yolanda for this week's theme for your reconsideration
Milo Ventimiglia talks his new film 'The Art of Racing in the Rain'
"This. This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie out right now that it's gonna make you can make you cry. It's going to make you laugh and it's called the art of racing in the rain. I mean it starts my guest milo ventimiglia welcome to the show happy to be here. Thank you and what you've done. Montmelo is broken. All the rules that actors are always told never to you. Don't work with animals with kids here you are and there i am happily and you just said i don't care what you say. You know. This is what made you are. You just yourself a major dog on <hes>. I mean for me. This wasn't a role that i was afraid of. It felt like something that i slash we as an audience needed. It's a human story. It's a story about a good father story about a good husband sure about a lovely family that is teaching their dog enzo the life lessons in needs to imprint it so that when he becomes a human in his next life. He'll be ready to be a good person he does want to be. He doesn't want so badly so badly what he wants wants curses himself for being dog and moments when his instinct is giving him insight to what this family is going through but he can't speak it. He can't say he just sit back and let things happen. So you have a dog yourself. No no no even like them. Love dogs okay. You said that i think we'd have to end the bucket out. The door wouldn't even give you the pop. That's maybe one of my way. Also this dog ends named after into dr a sound suspiciously like kevin costner very much so i won't even say might be kevin costner. He was here a couple weeks ago. I'm still hearing would what a what a lovely lovely coast or that. I never got to work with so you're not hearing on the set while you're doing this. What we're hearing in the audience know much like you. You know one is hearing with the dogs actually thinking there's no talking dogs in this. It's it's all the inner monologue of this dog as he's talking to himself telling the story story to himself of this family of this man but yeah no. I didn't hear anything i kind of our script supervisor and our our director simon curtis they would talk amongst themselves they would she would read <hes> enso's dialogue and simon. I'm kind of pause me and okay now. Hold on please and then i'll just be interacting with the dog you know and then he'd say okay and action and then i resume my lines or dialogue log on to where we needed to anything so i wasn't actually here in any kind of voice. Your thoughts are what what are the perils and the joys of working with a dog as the scene partner. You have to basic. I mean one. They're gonna steal the scene from me because i mean they're hand sorry. They're beautiful. They're there there you know you've been called all those things but still yeah they do with their with their with their tongues out in the tail's wagging you haven't tried that one yet avenue but because their animals you know you have to respect that their animals and take time and be patient with what they need to learn what they need to do. Repetitive over and over and over again not distract them feel like people can be distracted but yet we can handle a lot on our plate at any given time animals it was task at hand walked them there to their pick up some popcorn or lay down whatever it is is hold the remote and its mouth so it was a discipline of patients to just make sure that myself trainers were communicating and that i was given the dogs but they needed an intern. Instinctually they gave me what i needed which was a scene partner and that that was what was so special about our two dogs about parker and butler was what they were doing. Instinctually who they were was remarkable but i would also i would talk to the dogs like people like just you know not really full voiced that uncertain moments i'd have to crouch down and whispering to parker's ear hotel what was would say hey. We're gonna do this scene. I'm going to be a little stress but i love you. Kid don't worry we're fine. Don't tell me don't let yourself yourself. Get agitated. Just just stick with me at the end of it. I got a nice chicken. Treat for you yeah well. What made you not a dog owner sanjay. I want to do this movie. It was beautiful human story. You know what i saw. Again was a good man. <hes> living a life that was in many points of it difficult challenges obstacles real life stuff that was just constantly constantly hanging on him and i saw his heart and his determination to get through all that and do it for those that he loved. I loved. I loved the message behind that caring for the people that you really love and that fills you up well who can argue with that it also who oh can't relate to that. That's the thing that i also loved about. This felt like an extension of my t._v. Show this is us felt like something that everybody can draw raw from. Everybody can connect danny. Everybody can connect to eve everyone can connect to to <hes> enso's point of view. It just felt very relative. Tive who had you played that we can connected to who was the rat bastard in your career played a couple aw played one <hes> in a movie called wildcard. Jason statham the son of a mob boss who got away with the worst behavior. <hes> <hes> played <hes> the villain at the end of the second season of gotham t._v. Show he was a <hes>. He was a killer <hes> and play some pretty dark guys. Is that enjoyable to you too. I think everyone that i play short of that. That movie wildcard enjoyed that guy. I just really didn't like i didn't like putting on the character just didn't like any of it but for me it's they're all different sizes of humanity and i always feel like there's something to learn and and something to display people whether you're inspired to be good or showcasing that we really can't be this inhumane well sometimes by showing showing that in humanity you're you're also revealing something about sure us in the audience about what we don't wanna be exactly which is a good thing to it's one of the great things about being an actor does is that you can have that yeah and speaking about good at what you do. Congratulations third emmy nominations to the <hes>. This is us and season four coming in yeah. I'm already two episodes in just tell us what happened in the first to the next sixteen all of them yeah oh man should know so. Can you actually tell us how thing no i mean. I could say it's going to be great. I know really right in line with everything that this is us has done from seasons one to two to three the formula hasn't changed <hes> <hes> the pearson family feels like we're getting even deeper and deeper and deeper into who this family is who these people are as individuals in it you you know <hes> it's really just it's a joy to work on. I've had i've had a really amazing couple years going from that. Show this film and yeah. I'm <hes> i'm really lucky. It's fascinating to me because i remember also seeing you in rocky balboa woah yeah we're still alone is your father and that he has those speeches where he's basically you. You know talking about fatherhood what it is doing but then win season to this is oh yes like came. Flight comes on doing a scene with kevin yeah in a movie that he's doing talking about you. Who's gon who's his sons but also his his is his <hes>. He was his <hes> his hero. Yeah i mean i what i have had the first conversation with sly about joining the show and i pretty much told must i explained his part of it. You know inspiring a younger actor and his how he was my character. Jack's biggest onscreen hero and i basically told him i said all of that couldn't be closer to the truth as a younger actor i note it was like to be on set with you and dan to to just watch listen and learn what he was up to and what he was able to accomplish and i applied that to my everyday working process as an actor but then also from the character's point of view like he was my onscreen here on mike well yes lie was my onscreen hero to you know so. I don't know maybe a lot of flattery got him but also i mean you know his involvement with our writers and writing collect like coming together to share his his voice and what he wanted to tell of being playing himself. I don't know that he's ever played himself in the show but it was yeah you got a good day. You had a good time. He told me he goes a really good day so really good data good data. Yeah well the the two of you have. There's some similarities. People people think that i'm actually his son. Yeah yeah sure just go yet to do it well. You always say that you have this crooked matt do so where does that come from. Just i was born that way. I don't know where it comes from or what what got broken on the way way out but <hes> but it's definitely crooked i used to i used to talk out of the side of my face like this audience and i really didn't realize it until i was thinking might have been a teenager and i saw a local news channel interview or something and i was really struck by how crooked my mouth was when i spoke and so i remember sitting down in front of a mirror and reading reading and trying to catch what words made my mouth very very crooked and in doing that i figured out how i could kind of level it out a a little bit and it gave me kind of lazy speech pattern so now people don't quite know where <hes> from because of my lazy speech pattern because i'm trying to correct my crooked mouth but i don't know it works it is it's all kind of working. I think so i mean but did did it. Intimidate you when you were starting out doing. I said you have like moments. Have how am i gonna do this audition. <hes> where people cruel as people in hollywood can be yeah i had a i was in a castle one time how to cash or say hey could you. You just stopped doing that thing. You're doing with your mouth because you're doing a thing with your mouth and i go. You know what i was born that way and i just stared at all. I'm sorry i'm like no you're not and then i did the thing and i didn't get the part but it was like that was me that was me. I feared playing a vampire because you know vampires when they play vampires like they open their mouth. The big thing was going to go to the side and i thought seles or if i was like you know now. I've some wearing a masters. There's like there's a dead giveaway.
Abed, Baseball And Keijo discussed on Chip Franklin
"TV audiences are dwindling Abed so mentally baseball's announced a novel idea for next season is Keijo tends marking it out in an effort to reinvigorate viewership Major League Baseball is gonna try something unique and even a bit cinematic MLB has announced that the Yankees and white Sox will play a twenty twenty regular season game at the field of dreams site in Dyersville Iowa it's the same feel that was featured in the nineteen eighty nine baseball film field of dreams starring Kevin Costner in James Earl Jones Major League Baseball will construct an eight thousand seat temporary stadium complete with the right field wall with windows to show the corn fields beyond I'm mark me