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"kevin kline" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:55 min | 6 months ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on The Big Picture

"And I basically put a list together where I had to strike a number of movies that I've talked about so many times that people just don't want to hear me talk about you've got mail or Apollo 13 or working girl. Again, like four ways and if you know, you guys know. And especially like the romantic comedy genre is to me a specific type of feel good movie. But I realized that, oh yeah, that's ultimately what I carry with me in terms of loving movie experience. That's true. I remember certain movies that really rocked me emotionally or challenged me. But in our nostalgia, rewatchables context. I just want be cozy with my favorite movies. I do too. That doesn't necessarily mean it's all saccharine gloopy stuff. I see a couple of movies on your list that have some complicated feelings, some complicated storytelling that is not always pure happiness. But I think I kind of safety and a security and you know, I think the concept of being seen is a pathetic generational joke at this point, but it also has power. It has meaning to it. So why don't we just do our list? Okay. What's your number 5? Speaking of Ivan reitman. That's right. Dave. Yes. D, which we did have rewatchables on, right? It was me and Bill. We did them. This is one of the ones I had on VHS, and, you know, I just think of Kevin Kline at the weird auto factory. Oh yeah, Sean just showed he has it on. Is that Blu-ray? Shots? It's blue, right. Sean has an interesting collection. Thank God. When the apocalypse comes Sean's physical library has preserved Dave, I'm happy. I'll come over and come over. Yes. But, you know, this is the, you know, when Kevin Kline goes to auto factor and he's like, I once had a fish. This big with the giant arms also going this big, which I just thought was the funniest joke when I was 8 years old. But this is if a possibly not possibly. Certainly an optimistic view of the American government. And the American political system, but this is about one guy being good can make a difference and can bring the good in everybody else while also being quite funny..

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"kevin kline" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Can follow us on social media. I am at chris. Underscore bruce on twitter. Chris bruce sixty eight on the graham rob g. Tell them where you're at. Because i don't follow you. I don't know your hands. Wow that is messed up man. I empty the producer. Rg on twitter at the same thing on instagram. But if you request me. I'm going to block you so all i robbed. G is one of my favorite follows. Always catch a little instagram's stories and all that with with pretty little aria. Thank you you also her. Mom thank you. Also see my last vegas shameless promote like i get it. You like the movie movie. I see it. But i guess it was fine. I'm sure best movie ever made. Slow down man chris. There as there's more star power in that movie with deniro. Morgan freeman kevin kline and michael douglas..

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The Code of Hammurabi

Everything Everywhere Daily

06:03 min | 1 year ago

The Code of Hammurabi

"Hemmer robbie was the king of the babylonian empire from approximately seventeen ninety two to seventeen fifty bc. Just to put that into perspective. This was over a thousand years. Before the city of rome was even founded as babylon emperors went hammurabi was pretty successful when he rose to power babylon was still a relatively minor player in the region and when he died he had conquered most of potato along both the tigris and euphrates rivers. The region was almost entirely in. What is today modern iraq. Like any good king win. Hammurabi wasn't conquering nearby kingdoms. He was passing laws and making sure that his kingdom ran smoothly and efficiently. It is believed that hamurabi sent out scholars to the various kingdoms. He conquered to collect the various laws of all realms and then collected them into a uniform code of laws for everyone. The result of this was the code of hammurabi which is believed to be two hundred and eighty two laws regarding any number of different infractions. Crimes and disputes the laws were inscribed on a stone and clay tablets and spread around the kingdom. The stele which was found in one thousand nine hundred one is exceptionally well. Preserved the object itself is a hard blackstone known as diorite. it's shaped like a giant human finger at the top is an image of hammurabi receiving the laws from the babylonian god chumash. There is then a preface which states the following quote and who in bell called me by name hamurabi the exalted prince who feared god to bring about the rule of righteousness in the land to destroy the wicked and evil doers. So that the strong should not harm the week. So that i should rule over the black headed people like chamo- and enlighten the land to further the well being of mankind unquote about six hundred years later. The was taken by the king of elam. Shrek know if you've ever watched the two thousand two movie the emperor's club with kevin kline. You'll remember that should noonday was as the example of someone that no one remembers except that i just mentioned him in podcast and he was in a movie under the reign of Dante was believed that he erased two three dozen of the laws. Originally written by hamurabi researchers have been able to recreate the deleted laws by finding other clay tablets. That had the law's written on them sometime after that it was buried as ancient things tend to do and it was rediscovered in one thousand nine hundred one. So what does the code of hammurabi say. Many of the laws are examples of what is known in latin as lex talionis which is a law where the punishment is similar to the crime. You might know better as an eye for an eye. For example law one hundred ninety six states quote if a man destroy the eye of another man they shall destroy his. I if one break a man's bone they shall break his bone unquote however the rules were different depending on what social class. You're in for example. I didn't read the entirety of law. Ninety six just now the rest of it is as follows quote if one destroy the eye of a freeman or break the bone of a freeman. He shall pay won gold meena if one destroy the eye of a man slave or break a bone of a man slave. He shall pay one half his price unquote so the social status of the victim of a crime was a consideration in the law. If some of this sounds familiar. That's because it's very similar to the laws that are in the bible in the book of leviticus the code of hammurabi was written well before the book leviticus so it's quite possible if not probable that some of the laws from leviticus were adopted from babylonian laws the final version of leviticus was written after the jewish babylonian exile. So it's in fact very possible. There are laws in the code deal with commerce divorce rent liability and even medical malpractice there even laws dealing with contracts and the issuing of receipts. It's true that most of the laws are of a rather brutal. If x than wide variety with punishments ranging from drowning burning severing hands gouging out is that cetera. Most of these type of laws are no longer on the books in most countries. Obviously however there are some surprisingly forward thinking laws for something that was written down thirty seven hundred years ago for example law one hundred forty nine states quote. If this woman does not wish to remain in her husband's house then he shall compensate her for the dowry that she brought with her from her father's house and she may go unquote that is basically an ancient version of no fault divorce. However there was one concept that was in the code of hammurabi which was revolutionary and is still with us today. That is the concept of being innocent until proven guilty. In fact these are the very first law's written down in the code. Here are the first three laws in the code of hammurabi quote law one if anyone in snare another putting a ban upon him but he cannot prove it then let he that ensnared him be put to death law to if anyone bringing accusation against a man and the accused goto the river and leap into the river if he sink in the river his accuser shall take possession of his house but if the river prove that the accused is not guilty and he escaped unhurt then he who had brought the accusation shelby put to death while he who leapt into the river shall take possession of the house that had belonged to his accuser law three if anyone bringing accusation of any crime before the elders and does not prove what he has charged you shall if a capital offence charged put to death unquote so basically they had really harsh perjury laws and they made it really hard to pass frivolous lawsuits. So while i don't think anyone would really wanna live under the code of hammurabi today. It's an important part of humanity's legal history old hammer. Arby's two hundred and eighty two law's written in stone with a very first step in creating a system which has led to the one hundred and seventy five thousand two hundred and sixty pages of the united states code of federal regulations today

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"kevin kline" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on KQED Radio

"NPR's Ryan Luca's explains Kevin Kline. Smith has also been ordered perform 100 hours of community service. Have inclined. Smith pleaded guilty last year to altering an email that was part of an FBI application to get surveillance on a former Trump campaign advisor. At his sentencing hearing, the former FBI attorney took responsibility for his actions. He said he deeply regrets the harm he caused. The bureau, the Justice Department and his former colleagues. U. S District Court Judge James Boasberg says clients miss actions did indeed inflict damage, including to the reputation of the court. The judge says climbs miss actions appear to be quote The on Lee Stain on his record and character and handed down a sentence of probation client Smith is the only person so far to face charges as part of special counsel John Germs investigation into the origins of the Russia probe. Ryan Lucas, NPR NEWS Washington president bind. His named Robert Malley especially was envoy for Iran. He was part of the negotiating team for the Iran nuclear deal. Which the Trump Administration pulled out of more from NPR's Michele Kelemen. The Biden administration is telling Iran that if it comes back into compliance with the 2015 deal, the U. S will to the new U. S. Secretary of State Tony Blinken is building what an official calls a dedicated team to work on this Drawing from quote, clear eyed experts with a diversity of views. Rob Malley will lead the team as a special envoy for Iran. Valley is a long time Middle East expert who was involved in the Iran nuclear talks as well as the Camp David summit between Israel and the Palestinians more than two decades ago. Those who want the US to take a hard line on Iran are outraged by his appointment, while progressive groups and former diplomats have rallied behind him. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington RAF into a rough week for U. S financial markets, and for the month, the Dow, the NASDAQ and the S and P were also down sharply. Now fell. 620 points today, the NASDAQ was down 266 points S and P dropped 73 points. This is NPR live from KQED news. I'm terrorists. Tyler, another worker at the Foster Farms plant in Fresno, died this month from covert 19. That's, according to the state's workplace safety agency. Take you. The Central Valley reporter Alex Hall has more..

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"kevin kline" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:48 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"In Annapolis Wcbm. Hello. I wanted to call about home from general. I don't remember the movie, but I remember the beginning and it said Home is the sailor home from the Sea and the hunter home from the So I was going to call about last week. One of my favorite comedies. There was some like it hot. With Jack Lemmon. And I really enjoy show on DA Alec for it every week, and I grew up in Washington, D. C and Another one of my favorites. Oh, there. Oh, Went back in the fifties in the car. And I hope he's doing well in his health problems. But one of his later movies he was a doctor heading to California on his car broke down in the South, and I really enjoyed that movie. Yes, your question. When you were young. Did you go to the Warner Theatre or the Uptown or the Avalon in Washington? You know, the one on theater was originally the variety. I went to the capital on state, right? And, ah, What? What else did you mention the uptown? Which was in Connecticut Avenue? Okay. And the other one. The Avalon was up in Silver Springs. Okay, I got you. But, yeah, I want mostly downtown or in my neighborhood. But memories as they were. Well, thanks for calling Nan keep listening and calls again. Okay, well, take care. Alright. Are you got a quick story about the I worked in a fish called Wanda with Kevin Kline, Cleese, Michael Palin and Jamie Lee Curtis. And the movie When we did, the production preview was 2.5 hours, and they had to make cuts, and they took an hour out of the movie. And 1992 minutes. And the picture. Open it very well. In the movie Kevin Kline and Sean, please of were fighting and He was trying to Kevin Kline was trying to put French fries of John Cleese is knows. So after the movie opened, I got a call from John Cleese and said, We want to do a stunt. A TTE seven lows 70 72 Street theater, and I'm going to reverse the thing and I'm gonna put French fries right in front of the line of people will be shocked. That I'm going to do something like this. I said, Well, this is what you want, Todo do it, and they did it and everybody was laughing. And it was just very, very, very funny. You know of the switcheroo with the French fries, But I'd love working on that movie. That was one of my favorite working films that I've worked for MGM for 15.

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"kevin kline" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"But if that's what he posted, that's the anti George Floyd MIM. Much We're talking about Kanan hint that it is talking about George Floyd. And either way, why is that your headline? Like Somehow he deserved the beating. I'll I posted about Judge flight and not so flattering night. Yes, you got what was given to him. What next to skirt was C short. I like to be repost. This is wrong. This is absolutely positively Ugly and sinful. You want another story that people aren't talking about much? Kevin Kline Smyth pleads guilty Kevin Kline Smith is the former FBI lawyer. Who pled guilty to making a false statement. This coming from a U. S. Attorney John terms Review of the Russia investigation in the origin story. Guilty plea was to quote one count of making a false statement. Within both the jurisdiction of the executive branch and judicial branch of the U. S government. An offence that carries a maximum term of imprisonment of five years and a fine of $250,000. This all having to do with the fives applications into Carter Page with spying on the Trump campaign. That's what happened. Right. You could argue collusion happened. That's not what happened. You could argue the Russians tried to interfere with an election. You have some don't be people on the campaign that you can argue what you also cannot argue. Is that the people who claimed to be in charge Lied and lied repeatedly. Yes, they spied on the Trump campaign, not a debate. And this guy has pled guilty and you don't even hear about it. You don't begin to hear about it anywhere. This. Cover up conversation. Is a big one. I want to give you some proof of the cover up conversation of the The weird nature. Of of this, this kind of politics. Weird nature of the media that doesn't cover A black man shooting a white child in the head. The media that doesn't cover a guilty plea. Someone lied and changed paperwork to help push forward an investigation into the Trump campaign. You would think that that would matter. To some people. And why it doesn't is all political and bias driven. The bias is so great that Michael Bloomberg is spending $60 million to help Democrats win the House in November. It was the Democrats who said Go away, Michael Bloomberg, We don't want you go away. Michael Bloomberg, We don't need you going. Michael Bloomberg, stop running. Stop getting in the way. Just give us your money and shut your mouth. What they said. That's what they said. Now he's given $60 million. He pledged 80 million to them in 2018. He's pledging 60 million to them now, and he spent according to sources about a billion dollars on his campaign. Holy, he spent a billion dollars to win American Samoa. Just so Listen, I don't care who you are. A billion dollars is a billion dollars, right to him. $100 million to $60 million is giving to try and win the house. That's job in the bucket. Billion is a billion and I don't care who you are. The doctor. Just facts right there. Isn't that amazing? No one's holding a grudge. No one's gonna You say I don't know what you after he did to me screw off. Look what he's using the money. For now. This is why I need to create my own studio and create my own platforms. This is why we need to start taking in in investors from all over the place. Why? Because look what you're competing against. Look what you're up against. They called Mike Bloomberg every name under the sun. They called him short and his mother a skank, and he's writing them A check for 60 million That is something else..

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"kevin kline" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

07:32 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Durham, but not of Kevin Kline. Smith is not on official FBI photo with a flag behind them, someone climbs. Smith joined the FBI general counsel's office in 2015 under Barack Obama. He may be going to jail in 2021 if he's guilty of the crimes. Washington Post story isn't a completely terrible story. They left out some key things, but You know that the documents that it would have been harder to sell this to the FISA court if they revealed to the FISA court that Carter Page was, in fact, a source for the CIA. Regarding his contacts with Russia, which occurred because of his business, and he was funneling information of the CIA. Kevin Kline Smith, either took it upon themselves were with the approval of Jagger, Comey or some Some superior Maybe even just Peter stroke, he Peter Stroke stroke, He He altered the document, which is I think that should be a felony is not your railroading. People says that even the Washington Post piece says that they could not have it would completely change the way they applied for the Spies the warrant to spy on the trump people if they had revealed what they knew to be true on. Instead of revealing what they do to be true, they altered what they knew to be true. And they lied to the FISA court. The top secret sneaky Fiza court. To get spy pen. Remember over President Trump was wiretapped or the whole media. They got very upset over this and across they were lying, and President Trump was telling the truth. Ah, lot of a lot of stuff to get out right now. All of this Good year story too. It makes me laugh. Goodyear. Nice move by, you guys. Heck of a job there. Let's go to where we Michael in the big cut. Let's go, Tio, we are at Number five number five because there's an actress seems to be a perfectly pleasant person. I guess she's a Democrat. She's been brainwashed. Her name is Carrie Washington. She's always had like a very likable person. She was speaking another pretaped ping from the Democrat for four, Wherever she was from a lot of fake backdrops, you know? It's all fake. It's all TV tricks and Internet tricks because of the Wuhan, which is, according to governor baby dot Cuomo, a European virus or the European virus. That has nothing to do with China. The Chinese have pictures of him with a dead hooker in a bed like in Godfather, part two or what? What's what's going on with the European virus. Somebody have a gun to his Children's head. Oh, auras, he just mental case because those are about the only options I can think of right now. So here is the Hollywood actress Kerry, Washington and This made everybody laugh. Because if you can't tell why this made people laugh community in this country is hugely diverse. But that idea is in danger. Now more than ever before. The black community, and I stepped down a little bit about the black community in America is hugely diverse. Right, Ondas making a very strong point and you know, and you can't say that we're not now Why did she say that? Why would you come out and say the black community is hugely diverse? Because so many black people vote for Trump this year is that is that the reason because if you're a smart voter, and you're black, you're going to say you know what they were what Republicans never do for black people. Get to the Dave Chappelle Think President Trump did more for African Americans in 3.5 years? No Barack Obama did in eight years, and there's just no contesting that. The economic results the historically black colleges and universities that the law enforcement reform judicial reform that the enterprise zones to create economic hot spots which by the way, Malcolm X, used to advocate Barack Obama didn't do that. Donald Trump did that. The lowest unemployment rate in history for African Americans. Lowest unemployment rate in history for Hispanics, So why would Carrie Washington say that the black community is very diverse? Well, most people think it's because Joe Biden came out what two weeks ago was this with Charlemagne? The God is that where it was Oh, it was with the race miss journalist, the segregationist journalists, the Latino journalists over here. The black journalists over there and no white, no Asian journalists. It was with a racist group of journalists where Joe Biden said this, by the way, what you all know, but most people don't know you're unlike the African American community. With notable exceptions, the Latino community is incredibly diverse community. Incredibly, incredibly different attitudes about different things. Not like the blacks known. That's what Joe Biden said. Just now. Was he segregationist or just anti integration? What? Which was it with the busing? Then, when his kids growing up in a racial jungle because of busting what with the black kids and everything, you know the jungle, and that's Joe Biden decided with all the segregationist Democrats, and he's been there for a long time since shortly after the Civil War. Elizabeth Warren, this one just made me laugh. She's talking about her pap. All right. You know what she was talking about her Pat Paul last night because she That was with her. Was this with the Indian? The Native American Caucus. Is that what this was? But she did speak to. She apparently had a power if you will, with the Native American caucus, and but this was a different one. She was just speaking with convention in general, and suddenly she's Opie Taylor or her kids are Opie Taylor something And sheriff Andy Taylor. He's gotta work. So you know when Mom died, so we had to bring an ant be from Mount Pilot Tio live with us. And Opie didn't like and be at first. But the came to like her later. Here's Elizabeth Warren story. She just make stuff up all the time Member. She made up how she got fired from her job because she was pregnant and it turns out was a complete load of Stuff and her Papa may have high cheekbones. But there is no Cherokee Indian blood everywhere, and she got through her whole life on her career through Harvard and being promoted as the Cherokee and just look at her obvious Cherokee Indian, right? And here's Elizabeth Warren about her Aunt Bee. When I told me I was going to quit my job, I thought my heart would break And then she said, the words that changed my life. I can't get there tomorrow, but I'll come on Thursday, and she arrived with seven cases than a Pekinese. Buddy and stayed for 16 years. I get to be here tonight because of my aunt. I mean, at the raise your Children what is because he had to be Sheriff Andy Taylor. What is the Aunt Bea show? She called at B. I can't do it all because I have COPD cheek boat like Mike, but I couldn't possibly raise Children. Nobody's taught her to inhale before you start speaking, she exhales. And then she starts speaking. It's kind of a strange thing that she.

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Ex-FBI lawyer admits to false statement during Russia probe

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-FBI lawyer admits to false statement during Russia probe

"A former FBI lawyers pleaded guilty to altering the documents related to the secret surveillance of a former trump campaign adviser during the Russia investigation with his plea of guilty to a single charge of making a false statement Kevin Kline Smith becomes the first official to be charged in a special justice department review of the investigation into ties between Russia and the twenty sixteen trump presidential campaign Klein Smith admits he doctored an email the FBI used to seek court approval to eavesdrop on former trump campaign aide Carter page an email from another government agency to say that page was not a source although page it publicly stated he had worked as a source for the CIA sentencing will be in December Kleinschmidt basis between zero and six months in prison Jackie Quinn Washington

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Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty in first criminal charge from Durham probe

On The Edge With Thayrone

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty in first criminal charge from Durham probe

"Former FBI lawyer pleads guilty to making a false statement in the run up to the Russia probe, Kevin Kline Smith admitted to altering an email in 2017 that was used in a FISA application to justify surveillance of Trump campaign aide Carter Page. Klein Smith is the first current or former official charged in U. S Attorney John Durham's investigation of the probe into ties between the Trump campaign and Russia. The former FBI lawyer altered the email to say Paige was not a source for another government agency, The Justice Department's inspector general, discovering Page provided Information to the CIA for years about his contacts with Russian officials. Special Counsel Robert Mueller found no evidence of the Trump campaign conspiring with Russia, but Mueller's report did not exonerate the president of possible wrongdoing during the

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"kevin kline" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Now mark filling in for the great one. Mark Levin, Arkansas here just hit the reset button here, starting our number two U. S Attorney, John Durham. Today charged the former FBI attorney with making a false statement. The first prosecution brought as part Of an inquiry into the handling of crossfire. Hurricane The code name. For the FBI's trouble investigation of the Trump campaign. John Durham, charged Kevin Kline Smith with one count. Making a false statement. Commited in the process. Vetting for a warrant application to spy on a former Trump campaign associate Carter Page. According to a criminal information. Filed today. In a federal court in Washington. Klein Smith alter the content of an email he forwarded to an FBI special agent. To say that Carter Page was not a source for the CIA. Even though the CIA had advised FBI attorney Kevin Kline Smith that the opposite was true. Special agent then relied. On The e mail that he had purposely adulterated to sign off on a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act warrant application you to spy on Part of page According to reports. The Department of Justice Inspector General and the criminal of Information client, Smith. Contact with CIA liaison June 2017 to find out if part of page was a source with CIA is part of preparations to renew the spy warrant liaison with CIA responded with list of documents. And advise clients myth that Carter Page had provided direct reporting to the CIA in the past. When the DOJ inspector general Ask Kevin Kline Smith. Why He subsequently described Carter page as not a source for the CIA client, Smith said. He recalled the CIA liaison, saying Carter Page was not a source of theirs. But rather, incidentally, reporting information via a source of theirs. Inspector general as the CIA liaison aboutthe same, The liaison said her emails dated just the opposite. Bout them Apples, by the way, this is over the times dot com client. Smith's attorney just insure Told the AP. His client is expected to plead guilty. President Trump, who had long asserted the Obama administration Spiders campaign told reporters the Whitehouse quote That's just the beginning. I would imagine because what happened should never happen again. The fact is they spied on my campaign and they got caught and you'll be hearing more. About them Apples. Before the FBI filed its first application spy on Carter Page. The CIA had informed it in August 2016 that Carter Page was an operational contact. For the CIA. That he had informed the CIA about his contacts with Russian intelligence officers. The FBI never included that information and the force by warrant applications to the secret Foreign Intelligence surveillance Court. How important.

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Former FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Durham investigation

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:33 sec | 1 year ago

Former FBI lawyer to plead guilty in Durham investigation

"Lawyer plans to plead guilty to making a false statement in the first criminal case arising from US Attorney John Durham's investigation into the probe of ties between Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign. Kevin Kline Smith is accused of altering a government email about a former Trump campaign adviser who was a target of secret FBI surveillance. Flying. Smith's lawyer says he intends to plead guilty to the single false statement count and that he regrets his actions. The case against Klein Smith is being cheered by President Trump and his supporters who allege the FBI spied on the campaign. President Trump has

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Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Review of Russia Inquiry

Mandy Connell

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Ex-F.B.I. Lawyer Expected to Plead Guilty in Review of Russia Inquiry

"Lawyer is expected to plead guilty in connection with the investigation into the origins of the Russia probe, his attorney said. Kevin Kline Smith agreed to plead guilty to falsifying a document that sought permission to secretly wiretapped former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page after the FBI came to suspect the Russians targeted paid for recruitment. This is the first criminal charge from John Durham, the federal prosecutor, attorney general Bar assigned to investigate the onset of the Russia investigation. There's nothing to suggest client. Smith acted as part of a broader conspiracy against the president. He was removed from the case after a special counsel Robert Mueller, learned he wrote text messages critical of Trump's victory. Aaron

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"kevin kline" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

10:42 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Convention passes weekend accommodations of blackrock jerseys and much much more winds he protects the puck in front of the predator blind Kevin Kline there thank you for trying to log in to the right wing corner also something he thought the puck the round for British consulate that port you put it back in behind the near corner trying to see the right point it passes the now the greatest offer the line put it aside the plug into the right circle for dumont who didn't want to slip the great day here at standing in front of me were tied at three o'clock position of the park and they just threw it on the board finally in it just got other defensive structure their natural predators crisp passes ends up with a wide open shot for the rat right down the slot Hey Siri thereby J. P. dumont to be aware of where things work first it was the right defenseman right winger and he moved all the way over to the left boards they board was chasing the parcels in all three forwards completely what is your position here that just can't happen then they tried to scramble get back into position there nobody was taken anyone the store now with eighteen twenty left in the fifth third bank third after the way Joel ward with the park right wing at center ice spends in a little hot glue on we get a leak whistle on all sides of the call the plays will bring the drawback out the center ice three three right now I'd like to see the crowd just get up and get excited for no reason it's the exact start at the national predators one here in the third period it's not what the Blackhawks wanted they have dominated the psyche roles are paying short handed goal in a quick way to start the third period and they're all tied up now we return to the playoffs at center ice the right wing featured in over the printer line right shoots over the blocker hand of **** Renate Muslim grabs a rebound one point but the puck down behind the printer Hanyu spins around up the left wing boards for someone he back handed across a wrinkle on the near side in a neutral zone area there to get a quote from local pets he lost inside a hardline and Joel ward skates took it back a bit of a flu climbs behind the net and winds around the flashpoint side sharks got at center ice the host of predator line right we need to hold off finally he takes the puck at center ice puts it on the left wing corner predators sewn also will go to a hospital line changed to collide with Manu goes down at the predators blue liner whatever's got the puck carries out from behind his net the looks back in starting in his whatever between the surface passing over to the left hand side next call in hotline left when you want to go by behind the plate around at the airport minutes this influx of the right wing corner like one given up numbers to Campbell at center ice candle in front of the benches backhands the puck down and behind the predators spelling back there with squally right on the predators left wing corner can't find the predator John thirty one way then the other this time I'm lost the puck to slowing the political left wing Smithson clear can't stand at the right point like Campbell down the middle right afterwards you put down the line the predator read a one not one of the best puck handling goaltenders in the NHL size to spin around here so I want to get their work done across the city the Senate back across the river the keen over the printer we should stick save is made by Renee little skates over got the rebound at the right point fell down but kept alive inside a state cities knocked down by Jason Arnott said all the way down to the hawks on emails to wait until slides inside the trapezoid played around on the right wing sideboards superposition of Pocono hesitate one minute for vehicles office to consider race predators stick it back Martin crosses the hotline on the right wing side lost a fourth quarter deputy stepped in front of a at any rate to get back it's kind of tries to center city we're going to skate on that change will flip it off the near wars but not out then by golly on at the right point then you lost the puck to the hawks Bryan Bickell head the Jonathan I saw the predator flank towards Liverpool over we'll put it down nice and locks on the teeth back to get it in front of god's moves it over to see her go on the right wing side he shot in the head of the right wing to center ice report but it's obvious that the predators get back back in a little circle back in touch made by nearly the rebound taken by some of the lessons we fired and never got printers not working right now on your right circle on Thursday may twenty more six the parkway along the right boards on its own got some jobs in the far corner deceiver who turns away from someone who carries the puck of the right with the hotline this is a personalized down into the right wing corner predators recent one picks up the camera moves up the right wing to center the system right so I put in front but whatever the **** you want to write for talks on principle there to receive the puck Senate back replied picked up by Webber at center ice on the hot one hundred for calling Wilson the rest of the parkway put it behind the net football lacks a creed of one who has to reach around one of the predators and even get it back the holes on the floor the sooner this is the whole service center we get a whistle stopping so get a chance to retake the lead on the power play three well this is a good opportunity to generate some energy here in the building take the lead the Blackhawks had consecutive three consecutive games for the sport a goalie haven't have that result in this game played one in the box again for the national burgers he has a goal and assist in this I came for the predators one of their top performers in the post season so far this is a huge circle petroleum power play surrendered a shorthanded goal he misplaced it back over to the center press one side on the net manuscripts of populists around the west wing blaster center ice and down one forty that's a dump him with one guy chasing unit can have that you have to pack mentality to recover that party that set things up please leave the consider the printer line right wing the sharp at the right point circle K. with the blocker now let's take a one point Russell for football we put it back in the circle of death for the two reporter circle I mean we don't know what's going to flip it over the top of the they're just made the save of the game for the predators that is a six foot five save no two ways about it smaller goaltender can't come across like that there is a human being in their search for five to seven phones he came across awful quickly nice the chairs right across the street at the start menu the face Campbell who has two power play goals against this season three of against war against Nashville he works the puck in behind the printer to get it I can't recall authorities chased all the way to the point for whatever if you keep it in ten seconds time for one of the point also the predators the right circle this is on the internet their numbers creditors to full strength the call center on the predator the lines were ones of shock now fires confirm the numbers to get a read on the right hand corner of the Nashville network or is it a wife is also trying to one handed up the boards to Campbell Campbell eventually does get the point and the predators suitor is there the hospital for for their power they had some real good looks of **** Renate but he came up big sometimes your doctor has to be your best the only killer that was the case leg one leaves the park back there for Kevin Kline between the circles pass up the left wing Giuliani at sunrise she shouted across the rink this it's a stick in the flex up and over the glass and out of play we get a whistle stopping play three three the store with eleven twenty four the fifth third bank you're listening to Blackhawks playoff hockey on Chicago's WGN radio seven twenty the first night of the three also to have full forty seven eleven cornerstone big scoreboard here at the United center the food seems to bother the spreader players services or they're resilient bunch Kevin Kline caring to center this is on a flight to likely iced tea because back to touch an icing his goal here against Nashville level seven now left in the third three three to score bringing the faceoff back into the Nashville zone this will be in the circle to the left everything United airlines is the proud sponsor of the two thousand and ten Chicago Blackhawks convention that July thirtieth through August first at the Hilton Chicago United.

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"kevin kline" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

08:20 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Little one for ourselves here at this time tomorrow live in our studio will be some Hollywood royalty absolutely we have Mister Irwin Winkler yeah when the great producers are you kidding me one a on Oscar for producing this movie well I got started fighting no more talking too loud my father he's a men it was never too smart he says to me your ball much of a break you know so you better start using your body right so I've become a fighter well I'm not as you said the opposite thing bush is a which is the opposite to normal much your body so you better develop your brain this is why the one five they can sing and dance done better than another he also is the producer of the Irishman and Goodfellas and casino wait a second he's a producer all those with sand razonable wow yeah those are some of his all of his stuff now if you want to see him in person along with yours truly Michael riddle come to the ninety second street Y. on Tuesday night we did a movie his favorite movie of all that he had was called the lovely and it's a buy a movie about Cole Porter the songwriter Kevin Kline plays Cole Porter so I'm gonna be interviewing when at the ninety second street Y. Tuesday night it's going to be me when Kevin Kline and the screenwriter of the lovely that's awesome Kevin Kline is great yeah yeah that's a nice show yes it is sold out a one engine is now wow so I just mention it yeah that's correct tickets are available I love Kevin Kline and Dave Kevin Kline by the way my favorite headline heave rarely gives interviews in fact his nickname in show business Kevin decline because he's always failing he always says know dinner must be doing this in tribute to Winkler yeah yeah well it's one favor moving all the movies he's made his favorite is the lovely the Cole Porter movie right as he just loves Cole Porter that sounds like a good night yes can be fun come on Tuesday yeah US five past my bedtime but I would at seven o'clock not that late that's not bad not bad you guys want tickets Lou Natalie Anthony Lewis said yeah you guys in yeah hello how will have a field trip crickets now see I thought you of course yeah you know this is the first of all I love the way I've I've I've gotten Weiss is the post just makes up stories no test well they they make up these I'm I'm saying they make up these feature stories always so they try to spend a couple of disconnect this connected facts into some hot trend so today's story the post is all it bitter all going braless to the office which I think is probably a nonsense story well you may have we know who we have to ask about this entity notice Natalie that'll now let me say this is a millennial things I don't fall into that category making it the because that one woman says if my male co workers don't have to wear a bra now that's where the bill PS lands a ridiculous comment honestly so why do these why did and I think only if someone can get away with it in some women it would draw does there a size cut off for where you can and can't get away with it which is yeah what's this what's the cops come nothing larger than a B. I'll be I'll be bigger than Bloomberg I don't know if it's I I I have never had a problem with wearing a bra it doesn't doesn't even phase me so I can understand why I I think I would feel like I was in my pajamas yeah if you if I came to work without a bra but I've got I feel the same way if I did wear a bra I feel the same way only going to work without bras I don't know I can just ask some people today because there's there's two young women I think it's wonderful we want a full report we support Alice on this I guess I think it's better Natalie if you ask them as opposed to Leonard yeah that would be so yeah you have but yeah I do a little reporting for us yeah yeah no problem full report tomorrow I'll be interesting boy so here's one now you one of the guests on this yeah so this is a website called insider dot com okay fifteen foods that you can eat past their expiration dates I was one of those days always worried if dive drink the milk past the day not I was gonna say milk fifteen foot my I have to go back and forth you I'll just tell you some okay yes well okay I I think not maybe one I think milk it yeah middle class lasts longer than you okay so you can keep very milk five days or more past that sprint today about eggs yeah that's on here it says here no matter what state is on the carton you can use eggs within three to five weeks yeah of purchasing them about cheese cheese is on here but also be nobody says you call me the dairy queen now but she's she's just after the the smell look for bold that's what I said yes yes those seed Jello it's not on here tomato sauce now okay so here let me give you a state meet well there is a meat element here several back and forth and back forth all know what a hard job you have it is what is it about me I'll get to it I don't know I checked in okay let me let me hand look can I go through the list it says here you can keep dry boxed pasta for one or two years yeah past it's printed easily when it's on open breakfast cereal last six to eight months yeah past the date about rice I'm getting there I don't you said raw meat and poultry yeah how long can keep a hold for a long past their sell by date if you freeze them yeah yeah yeah okay raw fish no no no not that much longer in the freezer well yeah I anything frozen is gonna last let me know but you can't keep up fresh fish in your in your here's what I live a single day's canned foods have a log shelf life of course if they survived the nuclear winter if they do the nuclear winter yes okay unopened packages of frozen fruit and frozen veggies are good for eight to ten months beyond their printed date yeah when on opened and refrigerated younger will last two to three weeks past the date on the container I must say you blessed pretty well past your so by day I have yeah I think thank you very much well that's because I play golf with you here in almost no that's right like golf you live well that's right and if you work to brand is usually find to eat if you don't see any mold the problem though I find with because I like baguettes Anthony that's a French bread yeah about gap no I don't think okay okay yeah but that doesn't keep very long okay it loses its freshness gap here's a question on open jar peanut butter can keep up to how long past the print today ten years why not done open this is a year here but you rode the bill would you go way over like that Hey you know honey honey less along only spoils of its introduced the moisture that was a fascinating segment you were telling me about some kind of Egyptian death point what the hell was that thing well this this is an interesting thing they've they found this ancient Egyptian board game of death a board game of that like real death it's a board game of doubt what you know the Egyptians believed in mummification and you know after life in Alaska rooms and so you would play this game this game is five thousand years old actually yeah and they discovered it in a tune and has pawns and dice yeah and you fit the way you play it is the first person to win if you win the game you win the game by dying your your pawns die so there's not really a human death no no no it's a board game all yeah you've heard of the game of life well this is the game of death so if your pawns die you lose yes No you win you win if you because you want to die because you want to go to the afterlife what do you guys so you win by dying you win by done wow that interest I've heard the phrase you can't win for losing well that's good can't die for winning I hope you can do it for nothing that's right okay coming up next you know you could be arrested for wearing a bikini I'll tell you where read our morning show recap some of the top moments from this morning show there were just too many to count I don't know how we're gonna get a mall in school let me tell you something the better time to buy appliances and no better place to buy them than from our friends at PC Richmond son 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"kevin kline" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Produced rocky and the Irishman and this great movie about Cole Porter called it's still lovely Irwin Winkler and Kevin Kline who starred in the movie they're going to be at the ninety second street Y. and guess who's going to be interviewing them about Cole Porter and the movie it's still lovely who might that be yours truly when called me yesterday and asked me if I would do the interview with him in Kevin eighteenth the ninety second street Y. and while I had on the phone we were kind of talk about the Oscars because when is the producer of the Irishman a movie that I like a lot I know you like it yes and I said were you a little surprised that you didn't hate thing the golden globes he said our little he said he is a concern is maybe the Irishman peaked a little too early okay so but he did tell me he thought that once upon a time Hollywood was just terrific with the different about the Irishman it's in the characters aside from I guess Pesci yeah they're they're the roles you use you're used to seeing them play yes especially did here I understand why the Nero is not a raking in the awards because we've seen the near give this perform yeah right yeah he's quiet subtle there's a little menace there but he's also kind of an anti hero to is kind of a good guy to bag at the same time no part he's played a lot Pesci though is the real surprise to me because he's usually the firecracker of the cast as he is in casino and good fellas but here he's just so this letter is fuel mobs Joe Pesci as you were expected to be in another but not Pesci slightly I totally different characters if IT dance dance by these guys out like that at all in this thing so anyway but so we are when Winkler was just telling me Sir the war is a little too much the Irishman may have peaked too early but he did say it's been a fantastic year for movies by the way speaking and I think we have to get our Sango votes in for these sag hello yeah they're coming up yet today I think the deadlines history will do that all right Hey I'll let's check.

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"kevin kline" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"But the big story is of course clients with us with the talking to Kevin Kline Smith he's the boss the lower level lawyer why why they put this guy in charge of taking emails from the CIA what if your if your supervisor just say you Brandon or whoever's sending it over send me the email but no they said that this guy he doctors it makes it look the opposite of what they minute the look sends it on his supervisor and nobody knows until when now I understand folks this happened in June of twenty seventeen where we now two years in someone's later nobody knew until Michael Horowitz and covered no my name inside the FBI we got the flippin keystone cops over there so nobody double checks emails to see if they are before we go get a finds a warrant nobody's going to go back through the evidence they used to get the files one and double check to make sure we got all our tees crossed in our eyes darted so I like I'm saying it's either corruptor inept and I don't know which one's worse but somebody's head needs to roll on this this guy needs to go to jail his supervisor is this supervisor still there we don't know who that is as far as I can tell is a super well help which is funded they Bruce always still there Bruce always still there next thing you were you know Eric holder still there unbelievable.

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Former FBI Director James Comey says he was wrong to defend FBI's use of the FISA surveillance process

Michael Berry

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Former FBI Director James Comey says he was wrong to defend FBI's use of the FISA surveillance process

"Former FBI director James Comey admitted he was wrong when he said there weren't issues with the bureau's use of the foreign intelligence surveillance act during its investigation into the trump campaign inspector general did not find misconduct by any FBI people he found mistakes and negligent in over no no no that's not true in the case of Kevin Kline Smith he is referred it for a criminal investigation now he's not saying yeah I mean you know I mean that we made so I made some mistakes that you know I'm sorry he's now claiming this was so deep in the FBI he had

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"kevin kline" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

SuperTalk WTN 99.7

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on SuperTalk WTN 99.7

"But the big story is of course clients with us with the talking to Kevin Kline Smith he's the boss the lower level lawyer why why they put this guy in charge of taking emails from the C. I. A. Y. if your if your supervisor just say you Brandon or whoever's sending it over send me the email but no they said this guy he doctors it makes it look the opposite of what they minute the look sends it on his supervisor and nobody knows until when now I understand folks this happened in June of twenty seventeen where we now two years in someone's later nobody knew until Michael Horowitz and covered no my name inside the FBI we got the flippin keystone cops over there so nobody double checks emails to see if they are before we go get a finds a warrant nobody's going to go back through the evidence the use of the of the files one and double check to make sure we got all our tees crossed in our eyes darted so I like I'm saying is either corrupt or net and I don't know which one's worse but somebody's head needs to roll on this this guy needs to go to jail his supervisor is this supervisor still there we don't know who that is as far as I can tell is a super well help which is funded today Bruce always still there Bruce always still there next thing you were you know Eric holder still there unbelievable is.

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"kevin kline" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It's just so weird that you have a of the next scene. Oh, let's just say twenty days of pass. And they're like, oh, yeah. That guy got away. It's totally fine. I need you guys to be my heroes. All of a sudden. Because what this leads to eventually is them meeting. Kevin Kline as agent Morton slash Ulysses grant, which I have a problem with because. Here's the thing. He's supposed to be this master disguise where he's able to dress up as the president and be an exact replica of him. And then you saw we'll Smith points out his wrong class ring. Okay. And then you have the real you leagues as grant. But at the same time that you're watching this you see Kevin Kline peel off the shitty makeup, and you peel off the shitty. Prosthetics and the facial hair and go. Hi, it's a funny gag he's playing both roles. But what it does emphasize how shitty the costume out? Terrible. He is. You should be able to rip off that stuff. And be like, oh, yeah. See it's fake. But then have the actual character. Look like ass. Oh, yeah. The the real guy even looks even worse than. Dude, Kevin Kline but haven't grow beard for half of it. So at least looks somewhat real do a better job with the beard. So it looks like there's a distinguished there's a distinguishing between the releases ground gory. Even if it's slight or subtle, it's shit. Like that where it's like. Oh, it's so funny just peel it off. But it's like, no, you just see how shitty this film is just made up into three different scenes. Oh gags. That's old is bad, physical comedy slapstick comedy. Right. And so anyway grant and listen to hunt down bloodbath. Mcgrath the guy with the the crazy here. Yeah. It's Bill buffalo Bill and whoever's threatening the US government because somebody is saying, oh, you guys have a couple of days to give us you as government or you going to we're going to take it by force. You guys are my two greatest soldiers you need to go out there and give a week to see who's responsible for this. And so, but they'll take twenty days to get to the place. Exactly. Yeah. A week. But at least this time the taking a train. Okay. So trains that makes sense. But on horseback. Twenty days there now you guys are my greatest go get him you guys around team. Now, a US army federal agent, and so the to take off work together and find out where to go because right now, they're just looking for on the train the trying to figure out what is going to happen. Okay, mind, you this all have in Louisiana, anyway, see would think at least go in that direction for right now. They don't know where they're going, and you know, instead of being just normal people. They have to try to do each other because you have won the rough and gruff cowboy and Jim west, and then you have the snooty science man in forget Morton something. Kevin Kline, but I'm calling Morton's one of his name Morten Attenborough or some shit like that. But point being you have these two two different worlds colliding, and then they're just Dicks to each other. Figures, I knew inventor called it the bivalve interior combustion twice exhausted by axel nitrous that gotta train the kid. Yeah. Okay..

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"kevin kline" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on Double Toasted

"It's just so weird that you have a of the next scene. Oh, let's just say twenty days of pass. And they're like, oh, yeah. That guy got away. It's totally fine. I need you guys to be my heroes. All of a sudden. Because what this leads to eventually is them meeting. Kevin Kline as agent Morton slash Ulysses grant, which I have a problem with because. Here's the thing. He's supposed to be this master disguise where he's able to dress up as the president and be an exact replica of him. And then you saw we'll Smith points out his wrong class ring. Okay. And then you have the real you leagues as grant. But at the same time that you're watching this you see Kevin Kline peel off the shitty makeup, and you peel off the shitty. Prosthetics and the facial hair and go. Hi, it's a funny gag he's playing both roles. But what it does emphasize how shitty the costume out? Terrible. He is. You should be able to rip off that stuff. And be like, oh, yeah. See it's fake. But then have the actual character. Look like ass. Oh, yeah. The the real guy even looks even worse than. Dude, Kevin Kline but haven't grow beard for half of it. So at least looks somewhat real do a better job with the beard. So it looks like there's a distinguished there's a distinguishing between the releases ground gory. Even if it's slight or subtle, it's shit. Like that where it's like. Oh, it's so funny just peel it off. But it's like, no, you just see how shitty this film is just made up into three different scenes. Oh gags. That's old is bad, physical comedy slapstick comedy. Right. And so anyway grant and listen to hunt down bloodbath. Mcgrath the guy with the the crazy here. Yeah. It's Bill buffalo Bill and whoever's threatening the US government because somebody is saying, oh, you guys have a couple of days to give us you as government or you going to we're going to take it by force. You guys are my two greatest soldiers you need to go out there and give a week to see who's responsible for this. And so, but they'll take twenty days to get to the place. Exactly. Yeah. A week. But at least this time the taking a train. Okay. So trains that makes sense. But on horseback. Twenty days there now you guys are my greatest go get him you guys around team. Now, a US army federal agent, and so the to take off work together and find out where to go because right now, they're just looking for on the train the trying to figure out what is going to happen. Okay, mind, you this all have in Louisiana, anyway, see would think at least go in that direction for right now. They don't know where they're going, and you know, instead of being just normal people. They have to try to do each other because you have won the rough and gruff cowboy and Jim west, and then you have the snooty science man in forget Morton something. Kevin Kline, but I'm calling Morton's one of his name Morten Attenborough or some shit like that. But point being you have these two two different worlds colliding, and then they're just Dicks to each other. Figures, I knew inventor called it the bivalve interior combustion twice exhausted by axel nitrous that gotta train the kid. Yeah. Okay..

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"kevin kline" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And I've I've now I'm hungry. Elliott's me hungry, and it should be noted that Kevin Kline. What was really significant about him winning for a fish called Wanda? It was it was a comedic. Yes. That was and that is not something that you've ever seen happened at the Oscars at someone wins for far. After Marisa Tomei one for my cousin before this before. I think there's been a lot of supporting actress there's been some comedies. It's just not that frequent for copyright versa to one for that lobby. Sorry, who is she going up against biological time clock is ticking over here. I love that movie. The thing was is that after it happens with with women in supporting roles when they win that award like, then a jinx hits them. And then you never hear from them. He plays that may though and in spider how many years later. She gets hit on by Robert Downey junior. I'm Tony stark. Yeah. Well, and plus she didn't tell the truth about the Vietnam war in that movie. Like Kevin Kline did here, we did not lose be at Phnom. There was a tie. Can have you seen a fish called Wanda, but four hundred times really loved the movie? Oh, heavenly. I thought the one I liked it. I love dogs got squished million. Oh, and he eats the goldfish. No, the dog fishing this move. I will say that the the goldfish getting eaten was more painful to watch them when the dogs get the steamroller because it looks so cartoonish trap. It looked it looked like a cartoon. So we're the dog keeps getting like the stuff keeps happening. Yeah. Yeah. So, but I was like I picture the doggie like Wylie Coyote just popping back up again afterwards. Whereas when when when Kevin Kline swallows, the fish to torture Michael Palin, and he's like just can't handle it. You know that that was a painful painful seen the watch. There you go. Let's let let's wrap it up and doesn't moment with with tell me something. Good three one.

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"kevin kline" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Hey was born into Kevin Kline which was doing well as a brand of the back of underwear sows and things but refuse boarding to make it cool essentially, and he had his own very high end line. And then the point that it was meant a sort of halo effect where it became very ATI in high fashion, and then that would sort of trickle down into just be a sales for the brand that just in sort of play out over his time that it wasn't selling. Well. Profits decreased. And it's just an interesting thing because I think in fashion in recent years, as this thing where people think you hire a superstar designer give them full control over the Broncos rough is doing everything who's doing all the store during every men's women's collection accessories. This thing that went now seeing selene with Eddie Sloman, we sent at Gucci with Assange, Kelly, good sheets, work spectacularly. But I think he's something of a cautionary tale where it hasn't done that. And he was Pabst too cool for what the brand is. It's under web brand is spread and bottle and from the basics Jamie to the window dressing. Let's talk about your and never other elaborate pre full menswear show in Tokyo at the end of last year. So if we've got up basics from Calvin Klein seeming, that's where you buy them. We've got to think about how fashion is kind of showcased how the window dressing is done. And how excitement is generated did deal. Do something that other fashion brands, do you think would like to tap into that show? Yes. This is an interesting talk about when we looked the year head on the years. Head for what will happen with menswear shows because something unprecedented in that they held pre full menswear runway show. Stay did in Tokyo the collection. Now, pre full crews shows these kind of into seasonal shows something about women's has done for the last fifteen years and these into seasonal lines hugely profitable for brands some menswear brands, do it. But I don't do shows. They would maybe to a small presentation. The is this kind of death now for the traditional season for two shows here, we moved into having four shows a year and people's accessory lines becoming a big part of that business, but all, you know, pre full or pre cruise or even something in between that going to be the next big thing that kind of fracturing petitional calendar, I mean implements where west saying that spring summer autumn into the to coax as I mean, I still Ron less to have big shows. I think generally that in the coming years, we'll be fracturing because I think especially be actually Brown's with money. Money in order to make more of an impact. They want to go off the calendar. They want to show in LA or in Shanghai somewhere different where they can feel up people social media fades have different images. They stand out. They're not crammed into a regular calendar in Paris or something. So I think it's somebody will say more and more whether the actual traditional fashion weeks, pay her out. I'm not sure if that's not gonna put your reputation on the line just yet. I think what men's brands do. This thing is that would just be even more focus given to luxury brands because they're the ones that have the money stood this thing and lost. But not lease. You know, we're talking about deal kind of jumping the gun little bit getting out of the stable quickly to show off an elaborate collection, you refuse to put your reputation on the line. I'm very angry about who trying coke sold. My guests into saying something that regret, but. Yeah. We've still got time. But I'm looking at Paris men's fashion week, which is someone who's kind of unacquainted with the industry, and that's me of the two of us. It always seemed to have rather a strong reputation. And I believe that you agree with me Paris men's has gone from strength strength. Yeah. I mean, what we're saying in the men's industry is Paris keeps getting stronger answered of swallowing up all the big name brands and blunts just finished blunt amends. Unfortunately, keeps losing names and just sort of keeps getting smaller. London's finished you heard it here. First milan. It has its marquee nines. It's too has Prada, but generally power is just so much stronger than the others. And I think this is even stronger..

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"kevin kline" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

Monocle 24: Section D

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"kevin kline" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D

"Hey was born into Kevin Kline which was doing well as a brand of the back of underwear sows and things but refuse boarding to make it cool essentially, and he had his own very high end line. And then the point that it was meant a sort of halo effect where it became very ATI in high fashion, and then that would sort of trickle down into just be a sales for the brand that just in sort of play out over his time that it wasn't selling. Well. Profits decreased. And it's just an interesting thing because I think in fashion in recent years, as this thing where people think you hire a superstar designer give them full control over the Broncos rough is doing everything who's doing all the store during every men's women's collection accessories. This thing that went now seeing selene with Eddie Sloman, we sent at Gucci with Assange, Kelly, good sheets, work spectacularly. But I think he's something of a cautionary tale where it hasn't done that. And he was Pabst too cool for what the brand is. It's under web brand is spread and bottle and from the basics Jamie to the window dressing. Let's talk about your and never other elaborate pre full menswear show in Tokyo at the end of last year. So if we've got up basics from Calvin Klein seeming, that's where you buy them. We've got to think about how fashion is kind of showcased how the window dressing is done. And how excitement is generated did deal. Do something that other fashion brands, do you think would like to tap into that show? Yes. This is an interesting talk about when we looked the year head on the years. Head for what will happen with menswear shows because something unprecedented in that they held pre full menswear runway show. Stay did in Tokyo the collection. Now, pre full crews shows these kind of into seasonal shows something about women's has done for the last fifteen years and these into seasonal lines hugely profitable for brands some menswear brands, do it. But I don't do shows. They would maybe to a small presentation. The is this kind of death now for the traditional season for two shows here, we moved into having four shows a year and people's accessory lines becoming a big part of that business, but all, you know, pre full or pre cruise or even something in between that going to be the next big thing that kind of fracturing petitional calendar, I mean implements where west saying that spring summer autumn into the to coax as I mean, I still Ron less to have big shows. I think generally that in the coming years, we'll be fracturing because I think especially be actually Brown's with money. Money in order to make more of an impact. They want to go off the calendar. They want to show in LA or in Shanghai somewhere different where they can feel up people social media fades have different images. They stand out. They're not crammed into a regular calendar in Paris or something. So I think it's somebody will say more and more whether the actual traditional fashion weeks, pay her out. I'm not sure if that's not gonna put your reputation on the line just yet. I think what men's brands do. This thing is that would just be even more focus given to luxury brands because they're the ones that have the money stood this thing and lost. But not lease. You know, we're talking about deal kind of jumping the gun little bit getting out of the stable quickly to show off an elaborate collection, you refuse to put your reputation on the line. I'm very angry about who trying coke sold. My guests into saying something that regret, but. Yeah. We've still got time. But I'm looking at Paris men's fashion week, which is someone who's kind of unacquainted with the industry, and that's me of the two of us. It always seemed to have rather a strong reputation. And I believe that you agree with me Paris men's has gone from strength strength. Yeah. I mean, what we're saying in the men's industry is Paris keeps getting stronger answered of swallowing up all the big name brands and blunts just finished blunt amends. Unfortunately, keeps losing names and just sort of keeps getting smaller. London's finished you heard it here. First milan. It has its marquee nines. It's too has Prada, but generally power is just so much stronger than the others. And I think this is even stronger..

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