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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

05:33 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"It but any other are the. Are there any other injuries or anything else from this movie. The the one thing that i did think about was because of all the caustic material that is either ingested or splashed into people's eyes. I looked up the poison control number which is eight hundred two two two one two two two. It's worth knowing it's the same thing everywhere because if bad stuff happens that's you may not be able to look it up. I i looked at the paper. I thought that was the plaza hotel's number. Let's all prank him. Have you guys ever call the poison. Control number yes pretty much on every day work. I i did a presentation for the poison control people in chicago that was. It's a bunch of super. Smart guys sitting around pontificating about the best ways to treat horrible purposeful and accidental injuries. And it was some of the most interesting stuff that i learned in medical school will kind of popular bubble a little bit concerned fellowship. I had to work at the poison. Control center yeah but you weren't in chicago the calls you would get were amazing to like. He ate rat poop from the toaster to go to the hospital. Just random things the but the number of visits that they save is astounding and it was really developed for kids because the ones who eat rap from the crack. I learned not to do that when i was a kid. Because of a couple of things that happened. I was a kid. That's not chocolate does not taste like chocolate chocolate. But it's that rotation was basically just storytime it's them telling their interesting calls that they got and then explaining what they did and what the outcome was. Not you know you get something specific as my kid. Eight rat poop from the toaster. You don't there might be other things involved there and so not everything goes perfectly every time and so. It's a lot of them just kind of sharing these war stories so that they have different treatment options and it was also everything when you call. They do have a database. They can type into and it'll tell him like half life of the drug antidotes whether or not how long you need to observe the patient. Do they need to go to the hospital or anything like that. So it's actually really detailed and a lot of times. It's man by pharmacists. Because they know their drugs was also across the street from the sears tower and so that was kind of fun to visit after my rotation. I'm just you know thinking of what happens. If you're at poison control and you google something and it tells you to call please call is getting medical or talks call. I believe is what they used something like that but that would be such a frightening thing to. You're working on poison control center. You're looking over the call center. That's often i look things up and they say consulting your medical professional. This is not what i looked for. I know we use it more up to date a lot. That's what keeps me up to date like a medical. It's like a quick Say like a reference guide. It's a it's a clinically it's clinically based advice guide for doing things. But it's not peer reviewed. Which is the thing. I didn't know but i also use it all the time. 'cause it's really convenient better than wikipedia. So it's better than wikipedia but worse than like dear abby. No it's better than it's not good looking peer reviewed stuff on like i think one of the problems i i have been criticized for it and it's like well in a real situation. I don't have time to read the study of what happened. I need some clinical advice about what to do. I think it's the difference between sort of academic medicine and actually having like got four patients.

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

04:53 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"Trouble work on this film. I don't know that that was. Where is there a nose prosthesis when they got crushed by the tools. They like the whole reason why they get crushed. The can look at the camera and you can see their noses are crooked. Okay oh and i like nothing but trouble was one of my favorite movies when i was a kid. It's not watchable. it's horrible. I understand i watched. I must have watched it fifty times. And i didn't look up. Imdb trivia. i just recognized that knows. I can't believe you actually caught something like that. That is the dumbest thing. You should see my drawing okay. It wasn't nothing that trump would have made me very happy. Wait a crushes drink. Well go back and look at the news. I think that's worth it. The knows knows it was only the lonely. Maybe we'll have production contact us and say actually he's if you have a nose like bet you don't throw it out you get you get it in another movie preferably one that's pg thirteen and reuse that so so that's other than that's our next to last injury I do wanna know how. Kevin got so good with doorknobs and setting up that rope prop on the doorknobs there. That's even to that twice doorknob tricks but they actually did it three times because they did the movie twice in the second podcast you know i mean they did it twice in this movie..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

04:15 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"Going to put the most force behind pulling the string is putting his back to the wall at like pulling between his legs thing that people will do know. That's how we got got an old stable right up the hershey highway good fulcrum and then he got shot in the nose and i think that made me cringe our than any of the original the first two injuries and aware atlanta to it looked like a piercing. Look like a nine. Today it would be but then he he foolishly pulled it out because it hurt and it now. Do you not recommend pulling that out because of the danger because you no longer have bad ass staple pearson the ladder for a lot of puncture injuries. Yeah you don't want to take it out right. We've talked about that sure but this is not that type of injury. This is too small. You want to get that out. It's like okay stunned by that stinger out. Same same kind of concept. It's superficial enough that it's going to cause more it's going to eventually go deeper because they're going to push it or whatever it up so you can put it ringing. It's like well. I got these holes. Well what was the next injury. So the next injury had was harry Trying to climb the ladder. That was so packed up and landing flat on his back. This this is sort of where. There's some horrible like it's it's it's then i start thinking about like the next worst thing other than the head injury directly because you start to get a lot of these whiplash falls where somebody like falls down and then there had bounces off the ground and i think entre contra coup contra true time last christmas. I'm sure that it did actually was percent. But i mean the thing about this sequel is. It's the same movie right. I mean they don't really kevin kevin the just put this in disneyworld out to like..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

03:21 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"There was this old it was like a shaft way between the first floor and the second floor in the closet and you had to kind of shimmy up the wall and it just really brought me back home for laundry no. It was just like a weird secret passageway that was. I have no idea. I have no idea why i was there. Dead animals do animals also stairs. We did also upstairs. Yes but it was like to allowed to just stares no. tv no no stairs. I mean i was allowed to watch at. My dad listens to this then. I would have to hear that no no. It's okay. just the dad. Set the part where you're saying that you were allowed to watch. Tv sto shimmying up to probably feasible. That tube is not not that. it's not that sturdy. You need to be able to push out hard enough to to support your body weight. Thing is you. Kevin's really teeny so. Maybe i don't know. I've never been slides at like mcdonald's play place right. It's not a rigid plastic to but maybe there was like framework or something in it. It had a little. It's all right. It's not a physics podcast. I just it just really brought me back home for a second because my home had a bunch of tubes to do that in doorways shimmy doorway. It was like a similar sort of thing except for it was a closets. Like i have no idea. I have no idea why there was a hole there before we go through all the traps and stuff. There was one thing that bothered me was just the the general portrayal of the homeless people and their mental health and whatnot because like when he was walking through central park at night. Like you have one guy who was really aggressive. You had the taxi driver with the one good eye. The texture was bleeding from a head wound. Yeah catch not have been drawing. Sorry johnny. You're not going to be a taxi driver but have people like hallucinating. Kind of and then My favorite quote was they had a lot of aggressive prostitutes. I mean i'm sorry aggressive sex workers. Yes i mean they. The problem i had with all of it was just. It was a very stereotypical portrayal of all homeless people. Being this kind of destitute aggressive hallucinating. People that's not always the case but the way they kind of sold it was just very over the top. And i think part of as you look at it like this is a movie told from kevin perspective and that's probably how it all would seem to him but like there's plenty of normal nice people to they're just people that don't have homes. I mean he does a nice homeless person with a pigeon lady. It's true but she does kind of have a home somehow rise in radio city music. Let's actually looked up disease. You can get where you live around many pigeons and there's a lot of them. I thought you were say you looked up disease. You could get in radio city various a lot of it so there's actually a lot of overlap between the two depends what you do with those pigeons but there is quite a bit of overlap but e coli salmonella parrot fever. I know it's kitchens. But you can actually get parity perform pigeons jimmy fans..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

05:54 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"In christmas. Zoom play season. It's it's the same well-dressed parents but only from the top up and a jam pants under the jacket. Yeah pretty much but that is a very common thing. We'll see around this time of year except not this year shortly after i is there anything else you wanna talk about. Pre come the first three minutes of the movie. I now i mean a cycle so little happens for such a long time. Yeah we all agree. That mcallister family is the irish mob. Correct dad's rolling in cash. She's carrying at least ten grand in an envelope. Heated have a lot of money for no real reason. You used to have to take cash on read. That's exactly florida's still has. Us dollars itchy and scratchy. Yeah i remember. My dad bringing traveler's checks what we would always express do. I feel like people wouldn't even take those anymore. That's play much even exist anymore. I'm sure they do. I don't know i will say with confidence. I'm sure they do check for the first time in two years today. So but yeah like. He had a lot of money yeah. His brother owns a brownstone in new york. That's really dilapidated. Because they were doing renovations. Wait was that. Is that his uncle's house yeah. That was his uncle's house. I missed that but that is of course. The house that that particular guy would own. No not uncle frank. Oh okay okay. No mother one with the poupon skin. Yeah yeah no. Uncle frank is problematic. He say oh. If you see me if kevin sees naked he would never be able to look at a real man again or something like that. That part is something real like. Just yeah it'll again kevin therapies. Kevin doesn't need it. There needs to be removed from this. Home is what i really. That's you know child protective services. Yeah he has been removed from the home. That's the premise of three movies. Had to get a new kid because he got removed finally at the end of the second and third one. that's my new head cannon. Ends mcallister's aren't allowed to have children anymore. Can't have enough. They have spares going back to new york after he was running away from the sticky bandits and then got into the hotel after they were trying to tackle him and whatnot. Did you notice. He was sliding on carpet. I did not so he slit. He slid on the marble floor and then directly into the elevator. And the elevator is fully carpeted and he slid all the way into the elevator. He going to have some hot foot. I know that it's not. It's hot tom. Tom belly is going to have..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

03:26 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"Hollywood trope is the many get knocked out which i think mara was pretty stunned they just got up and they keep going again and we kind of mentioned in was bond. I think it was bond long long long ago where they just get up in the kind of carry on with their day. But really you're going to be real fuzzy and real like just foggy all day. Long after getting yeah. That's the concussion. Part of getting hit in the head is is Your your brain is swelling. Up a little bit. it's not it's not doing what it normally does or at least not doing it very efficiently and so you're confused and fuzzy and that's why people need to keep an eye on you and they already were kind of going to be fuzzy because earlier in that scene. That was the probe necklace into the first injury was the they both landed flat on their back. Because kevin dropped a bunch of pearl like cut pearl necklaces fake pearl necklaces. That he bought on. The street was already icy. Yeah i was just thinking. I'm from chicago and you don't need to drop pearls on the ground apple fall. There's there's plenty of ice black guys will you. That is pretty from hollywood standpoint. It's true you really lets. You see what's happening and kevin is the one controlling it so from california like what happened right exactly. That's probably what it is people from from anywhere that doesn't have snow is just like. Why did he Kevin's the only one who actually takes a fall just because of ice and not erased Planned that was not premeditated ice. And he's from the suburbs of chicago in this movie so he would've known he's grown up so the piano player was kevin's first. Kill in this film. yes. I believe so. And because they were on that stage to begin with and it looks like although like the kids were just kind of falling down. It also feels like part of that. Little makeshift stage collapsed. He might have gotten a couple in matt just overall collapse. Really that bet lady definitely definitely got hurt. I think just seeing that reminds me of the funding injuries. They'll get during christmas. Play season is we'll get a lot of kids. Pass out a lot tutoring the stomach. Because they lacked their knees all mach their knees and then they pass out and take out other kids with them on the risers. Yeah so they'll like standup. Seeing having moved around bounced around because they tell you. Stand up straight. Don't bounce around look like you're singing paying attention. And they locked their knees and they all pass out. I don't why does locking your knees meet anything. I don't know anything so the reason why you pass out as you're not getting blood back so you have little bows in your veins so when you move your legs you're pumping the blood up the veins. So you're returning blood back into your heart so if you're not bouncing up and down and you lock your knees or not returning blood back into your heart or at least into the vena cava to get back to your heart. So that's the reason why people pass out. My dad was military in this to happen in training all the time to talk recruits to bend your knees. Don't just stay camp a lot but we get so many silly injuries during christmas. Play season and they usually come at night very well dressed it. There is something called christmas places. Now except yeah. There's no there's no question and if they going to be sitting down or standing somewhere and if they pass out. There are only going to take the christmas tree. They're not gonna take down anybody. They only fall into their computer..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

03:40 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"No but if you counter a bad with the good deed it all goes away and he ends do not justify the means jackson. No cuts homeless ladies. Okay not a philosophy podcast. But i really want someone to do a podcast on home alone two and utilitarianism you all down. Yeah i'll do it I would say yeah. He's definitely stole money from his parents. Explain that to. He had the bag with him because he was looking for credit for better know he. There was a very clear he just stole money from look. This has nothing to do with medicine. Don't still many people so so giving advice we were a fair enough. Don't steal money for people. I will stand behind that. I'm okay with a bowl but you know you were saying that kind of none of the home alone. One stuff happens until way later in the movie. Although none of the home alone one stuff happens until way later and home one also right in the beginning of this. There's two things that do happen as kevin. Has this really weird. Push of buzz. Which i'm going to talk about later because there's a lot of face face punching in this movie and i think the other examples sadder and the other thing that happens is is the. The pianist falls off the stage and she is a lady of a certain age and it is entirely possible. She's on aspirin for heart disease or something like that. She falls backwards off. The stage falls about three or four feet and lands directly on her head. There's a good chance. She's dead smack in the head with that big. I would tree. The tree doesn't matter it's falling backwards onto the back of your head from a stage. That could kill you. I would especially as she was on blood thinners for surly. That's the kind of patient that would end up through the donut tree. That's the way. That's the person that i feel fine. And then they don't wake up later they truth being an mri suci cd's. I've never heard that the answer. Donut donut of truth is the mri. That's the that's the tunnel of truth. I'm so glad. I asked a follow up. Question is a longer tunnel and pasta phobic. Now that you said it i understand. That's took a crawler of truth and you're the cream filling i was gonna say you're the pig in the blanket that also you have to kind of tuck kids in before they go to the You really burrito you breathe a wrap them real good the other thing. We'll do sometimes too as we call it the superman cape we slide their arms into a pillowcase and then tell them to lie down so that when they lie down the cap move..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

03:57 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"Get a lot. Cps calls you lost a. You left the child home alone to fend for himself clearly. There's a history of of that house. Because during the christmas program he punches brother which causes a domino effect and every single gals all. Those kids have weak knees their technical term for that in pediatrics to but smaller we lease my first medical note on this movie was. Why doesn't kevin have a therapist. Because he's talking to the camera. Most of the time he might he might have a mental disorder fourth row. Is the therapist therapist when you gotta talk boy watching or seeing it this time as it was sort of very different experience. Where it's like kevin's not a cool kid. He's just kind of a jerk. Who's mouthing off to his parents all the time like. Yeah i get why he got at home because he's he's a jerk. He's like a piece of shit. I actually wrote. The first hour is just a misbehaving child and a multi one at at it to the i seventy five minutes five minutes. We're just mouthed each like a really mao deal like you have to learn that from somebody unless he's talking to an older person with pigeons with pigeons or with a toy store. Yes that's true. He does have a lot of respect for his very elders but not for his parents. Although when you see his parents talked to the police you kinda see where he gets it from. Yeah it my. I might note was how had of a mom catherine o'hara is. I'm not gonna comment on the hurt. Weicht why her character so after the punching buzz incident. Her reaction is a problem last year. Problem was you left me at home. Mom it's like we didn't have a problem. You left your nine year old. Exactly how all those. Just one ten ten i mean. I was actually impressed. Because it's essentially the same plot. Of course that's the secret you but like. They wrote a reasonable reason for him to somehow get separated from his family for a second year in a row like i was. I was totally on board for all of that. Yeah i mean it makes sense pre nine eleven nine eleven. Probably not so much but the the idea of him getting on the wrong plane is feasible. I suppose every everybody's just being a little bit too lazy but also in reasonable ways like everything's fine so my uncle got on the wrong plane. Once tried to go to hawaii up on the plane in his wine shirt and he looked around and after takeoff he noticed that everyone on the plane were wearing suits and overcoats and my uncle did not end up in hawaii. He ended up in chicago in the middle of winter. So pre-nine eleven. It definitely was possible to at a bar long. Play check us ticket. I don't know what happened. I mean it's just one of those story that i know is that he ended up in chicago. I'm sure the people taking tickets aren't expecting someone to not have the right ticket and are not expected to get on the wrong blame dinners passes just fell into a pile and you need to make your time. And i couldn't believe me to now did he. When he showed up in chicago and booking a suite at the nicest hotel in town with your credit card the credit card. That's i'm trying to think what the nicest hotel is. That sort of the other thing like. This movie doesn't work unless kevin steals money from his parents which is not like there was no reason for him to do that. He's just a jerk. he's just a bad kid..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

05:41 min | Last month

"kevin one" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast

"The b stands for bumbling as in two bumbling 'cause it's that time of the year again yes. Happy ho ho ho september. That's what we're calling. That's what we're calling i. I've embraced it where we're talking home alone. Two lost in new york. And with us once again. Our dr greg winter. Hi everybody. I decided not to. Dr nicot this ten kinda did i know. It's hard to not and dr curtin nicholas high everybody jackson. I know why we're discussing home alone. Two but why are we discussing home alone. Because it's christmas and we did last year. That's that's my answer. I have no witty comment for it. Other than i felt like. It's it's time and better do home. Loan to than all the other extra home loans and home alone three. We saw the next like coming up part and it did not look good. I figured after home alone one you guys wouldn't have had me back one. I felt like none of us. Put him back from her own show. I feel like that's what probably would happen. But johnny you want to set up this movie home alone. Two is the story of tool. Bumbling thieves escape from prison and then they go to new york. And then there's this kid new york who they knew from chicago and stuff gets it. I believe it's pronounced to bubble indeed. Oh my friends are going to be really mad that i gave that joke away. It's it's our. It's our standard fake voice that we use or at least for me. Because i can't do any of the other ones. This is another film. We discussed in home alone. One lost in my house that the everything that we remember from home alone. One took place in the last fourteen minutes of the movie jesse in this case. Everything that we so all of the shenanigans. The damage that gets done to harry and marv happens between a minute. Eighty one of the film and minute one hundred five so about twenty four minutes. But i found rewatching this. And i don't know if you feel the same way that i didn't remember any of the injuries from this movie and all i remember do. Is tim curry. I i actually was thinking i mean. I know that. I've seen the sort of montage of injury scenes but i don't think i ever sat through this whole movie as a movie as much. I mean i realize that but like i don't think i ever actually i think at some point i just watch the ending of it on on. Vhs remember the talk boy. Yep but i remember the boy from the commercial. I don't remember from the movie..

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Bangladesh says coronavirus detected in Rohingya refugee camp

UN News

01:36 min | 9 months ago

Bangladesh says coronavirus detected in Rohingya refugee camp

"After confirmation that the first cases of Kevin One thousand nine infection have been identified in an overcrowded refugee camps in Bangladesh. Un humanitarian have announced additional measures and appealed for funds to prevent the disease from spreading in Geneva refugee agency. Spokesperson Andhra Maharidge Related Government. Confirmation that one bringing refugee had tested positive for the new corona virus in the Kutupalong settlement in Cox's Bazar along with an individual from the local Bangladeshi host community. There are serious concerns about potentially severe impact the virus in a densely populated refugee settlement. Sheltering some eight hundred six thousand refugees another four hundred thousand polishes live in the surrounding host communities. These populations are considered to be the most at risk globally in this Derek. Un agencies have already put in place a series of concerted caveat nineteen contingency measures including the International Organization for Migration IOM it has provided upgraded triage areas in thirty five primary care facilities along with three isolation and treatment centers also. Nearing completion is a quarantine center for four hundred and sixty five people and two hundred and fifty beds for people with severe acute respiratory infection. While the arrival of the pandemic was expected. It adds further pressure on extremely vulnerable individuals preparing for the approaching monsoon season to help World Food Programme. Wfp is busy clearing drains and stabilizing slopes that have the potential to give way in heavy rain. The agency has warned that caveat nineteen threatens to reverse development gains made by Bangladesh in the last fifty years and has appealed for three hundred twenty million dollars to help the most

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"kevin one" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

Journey to $100 Million

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"kevin one" Discussed on Journey to $100 Million

"And when I was about ten or eleven years old I actually go to these art shows with my dad and I would have my own stuff there. Hey there I'm Kevin Daisy and I'm Eric Olson. Join us on our journey to building. A one hundred million dollar companies pay. Everyone is Kevin. My first job was when I was about ten or eleven years old. A little back story on this. My Dad is actually an entrepreneur. Since he was little eight years old he started his own. Business carving decoys if you WANNA decoy is is basically a hand carved duck out of wood that you use for duck hunting back in the day well. Over the last century it's really become a piece of art and a desired collectible and so people pay a lot of money for these hand-carved ducks and birds. So my dad actually did that since he was little and all the way up until now he still does it and people pay him a. Lotta money for each individual piece. When I was little of course I had a wood shop and paint shop and all those things for my dad's business so I naturally SORTA to make my own ducks and birds and stuff like that and when I was about ten or eleven years old I actually would go to these art shows with my dad and I would have my own stuff there and since my dad's very popular and his name is well known I would sell all my stuff within like an hour and so I would make I think ten dollars a pair of these birds that I made and I remember making about twelve of them so I made about one hundred twenty dollars at ten eleven years old and so I wasn't quite motivated to go make hundreds at a time I would make them here and there I make a hundred bucks and then I would probably not do it for a while. It was a lot of work but that was really my first. Business was hand carving wood and then painting it and then selling it for ten dollars a pop and I still have a little bit of that skill these days. I'm I'm really good with wood and carpentry and stuff like that and so I'm really appreciate you know. My Dad allowed us to do that and teaching us those things but that was really my first business to think to yourself. Was there anything you did when you're little that you did as a business was eliminated stand or you know your parents let you sell stuff for a yard sale and you make money that way but business starts when you're young. You think about how you can make money now. You might not have the same goals in mind or motivation for why you're gonNA use that money but still when we're young it starts you start to think. How can I make money? How can I get this toy I want? How can I raise money to buy this new bike? You know businesses ingrained in all of us. But we're not all going to be entrepreneurs we're not all ready to take that risk and jump off the ledge to put it all out there in. Let's be real once you're out of college and things get real. It's a lot riskier to say. I'M GONNA put it all out there and I might might might not make any money on. Might not pay my rent. So when you're young is there's nothing to worry about right. Just nothing in the law and your parents are taking care of everything so think back about what you've done when you grew up to make any money and share that story you can share that with me posted on Lincoln and tag me. Whatever I'll be interested.

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"kevin one" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"kevin one" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"The the chance the rapper punk series that's gonna be on Klay but it's got some big names including now John Travolta and Kevin Hart to its the Travolta is going to star opposite Kevin Hart in action in the action comedy Die Hard is what it's called called on to die hards it's a short form it'll be a short form series on quickly add it will have heart playing a fictionalized version of himself seven is tired of being the comedic sidekick and then a famous director offers them a shot to be the lead in an action movie but there's a catch is always a catch Kevin first must train at the world's greatest action star school which is run by a lunatic played by John Travolta okay see I would watch as quick as could be gravy well it could be out will be launching think in April is when it's said April sixth okay are off they have other PA on quickly they have Laura Dern Kiefer Sutherland Jennifer Lopez don chital Dwayne Johnson Sophie Turner eaters Elba they're all going to be in some quickie programming I think Steven Spielberg is even getting involved in some quit the show so keep a sharp eye out for this it might be the new thing we know how much quit because it's so it is could be something you watch on your phone to your home no I think so I think that's what it's meant for is just these quick little thing he's why you're out while you're on the training on the subway lawyer on the treadmill uber April sixth of this year I'm not seeing how may I think about if you're on the treadmill you just have it right there got your ear you know bugs in yeah you could watch three of these for the shows are more episodes yeah it looks like an ad supported option will be for four ninety nine a month in an ad free service for seven nine nine months so as much you know ad free and it's you know as much as Disney plus yeah okay some of you need a could be on my talk because I'm it's I'm out my curiosity is piqued I'm sure we can get the bus to pay for it we've said that before I mean Steve like pushing you down these office and shutting the door and running away like you ask her to you fell okay I by the way side now John Travolta looks hello much better without the hairpiece oh my god looked way better very hands looked attractive got the scruff there on the beard from this a photo on the Hollywood reporter he looks fat I know when we are digging up old Oscar clips what he did the del dizzy and flub on the Oscars he still had that it's like that nineties seven having hair cut to leg it does look like it is a look at one and like kind of troops over the sides there well yeah comb over on the side not good do not look good but yes the bald Travolta is working for him can't do it John yeah Johnny one nor do we have time for one more bit of TV news we do Tom Hiddleston you know him as Loki from the Marvel cinematic universe and Loki that will be a series coming to Disney plus soon but he's also got a new deal with Netflix for a ten part political thriller he's got IT I actually think he's a very good actor I'm I watched a show that he how god I'll have to remember with that TV show was but keep going it's called white stork wait stork is the title okay it's produced by sex education firm eleven it'll find it'll stay in looks like he's playing a politician in James Cooper who was ambitions and personal life are thwarted when he is the subject of a vetting process okay so maybe this is Netflix is kind of response to a losing house a car that can being and that ending so pearly a poorly with Kevin Spacey departing the final season area you know the whole controversy surrounding head start it said such a bright burning star house of cards and that was the first Netflix original series and then and then it just went not only the controversy with Kevin Spacey than just the final season right down the night manager nightmare the the Tom Hiddleston TV series it was the he was the night manager of a Cairo hotel and then he was recruited to infiltrate Syze arms dealer inner circle and he was very good very well then you'll have to since you got the Disney plus of check mountain Loki which is a town it's not my scene man all of somebody else watch it when we come back to the on the done in C. showman STV's under the weather he should be back tomorrow if you see something say something if you saw something you can email us don and Steve show at my talk when I was seven one dot com tell us what it what does say something about it and we've got a couple of a other things to get to like a school that's find by Disney that'll happen the it will happen note to self will tell you what that is all about we come right back on my talk one of seven one okay ladies what shows are we all watching what a repeat Chino bake off.

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"kevin one" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:43 min | 1 year ago

"kevin one" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Available in select locations copyright twenty eighteen Kevin. one. three forty eight. looking for a trip this fall got some good for years to share with you. traffic and weather together on the hates Julian Rogers. we get to this Forest Hill mess we have an update on six thirty five regularly I have good news ignore northbound side at gross row there was a semi stalled out in the right lane heavy duty tow truck got there not a semi and and just total mom so that back up from Britain is to start to relax we have another issue on six thirty five this one on the eastbound side of walnut hill Kingsley missed this crash is blocking HIV and left the main lanes so it's it's just jam packed all the way back to T. I. Boulevard Forest Hill westbound twenty in England an accident blocking the two left lanes now this is also impacting the eastbound side in that direction the left lane is blocked the back up on the westbound side goes all the way to little rotor before and on the eastbound side you're jammed up from thirty five W. E. spent thirty before Oakland county got a stalled walking at left lane and it is slow from riverside Travis thank you for the call on the traffic tip line and it looks like we're gonna have a problem that's not your only eastbound thirty problem this is just prior to loop twelve on accident dad I believe this is gonna be in the right lane although we we may still have some emergency crews showing up to situate things are just before loop twelve the backup begins around macarthur and then we are we have a problem in the Plano area this is bush turnpike eastbound at Waterview independence parkway it's on the left side of the freeway and it's gonna slow you back from about quite I'm Julie Rogers extra forty three fifty eight and breaking traffic.

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"kevin one" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:23 min | 1 year ago

"kevin one" Discussed on KTRH

"Them. Thank you for calling. Kevin first time caller is in Manitoba. Kevin welcome to coast. Is kevin. There was actually trying to call for the open lines there. Well, that's going to start about ten minutes. But did you have a question regarding out of body experiences or end easier any other peak experience for Dr Davis? Not really caught off guard. I. Nuclear of no worries this. I'll put you back on hold you hang in there. And we'll get you during the open lines, which is fast approaching in the meantime, let's say hi to Jaffa in grass valley, California. Thank god. Yes. I can't believe the guest. You tonight is so amazing amazing. What I want to be able to comment on is dead. I believe we came born into this world to be able to access these GMT experiences that Taoist masters have office to us master, Montauk. Chia Taoist master in one of his books explains it which I found by accident, but I've done EMT hundreds of times LSD thousands of times before I found out about this information that you're able to actually access this experience through putting a person in a completely dark environment for four days. What happened is that through the absence of light in the in the I the where in the pineal gland where it normally produces serotonin once it stays the it normally goes to. Serotonin than to melatonin when is don't receive light jet. We're just about out of time. So let me get Dr Davis in here to talk about sensory deprivation and peak experience, we've got about a minute. Yes. Anything that extreme that affects essentially systems like lack of stimulation think close some chaotic activity in the brain brain likes to naturally fill in the gaps. Try to make sense of allergies brain tries to make sense of an absence of information and bus. The possibility of higher incidents of allusions or hallucinations. That's that's not unusual. But it is brain derived, at least, that's it's likely that it is. But I don't you know, Dame divisions SSI question. I'd love to ask you many questions. I'm sure the audience would also like the him any of the church. We don't have time obviously that would help to complement some of the things I'm referring to I've never taken TNC of those that have however can and make much more useful. Provide more useful information about its impact on behavior what they actually experiencing. This is a research needs to trying to understand the the actual detail tone sent semantic relationships between the MD induce experiences and Eason obese Dr Davis if someone wanted to get a hold of you and discuss their experiences with D M T, for example. How would they do that? Message on my website, Bob, Davis dot.

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"kevin one" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

Hollywood Handbook

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"kevin one" Discussed on Hollywood Handbook

"It's late is getting lay. Getting funny. I I am just kidding one thing I like to do is I'll give chef Kevin one of these. And I'll go. Remember that show nerd poker? Yeah. It was a show on your pretty popular. Yeah. So. So we okay not candy. We can't do candy the show. That's too crazy. So. Even something even sweeter than that. Right. We said what's the sweetest entertainment and the most classic funniness to ever be a show. And we remembered. Frigging the. Old shows. Yeah. What does he mean? The sweetest fun to do would be for you. Old-fashioned talk show, really get back to our roots. I mean what we're doing right is a bastard is Asian. A modern. Offspring of the classic talk show. But what happened to that format? That was so below we got away from it. Then did we we forgot to dance with the girl that brung? Oh, yeah. And two gentlemen. Yeah. We're going to remember again. It's the most classic format. It is nothing has ever been funnier. Or more charming or more conic or more.

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"kevin one" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"kevin one" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Spyro Spyro myths awaken in this fan made game players will see Spiro and sparks looking for new adventures. The piece by Ronin sparks live in at the time of the game start won't last long according to the team member say REEs. I can't say that right as a mysterious figure, known as guy takes the purple dragon. Wait a mythic, a mythical realm. Hayden who knew we're, he'll be tasked with taking down Medusa as she searches for immortality. Myths awaken will take place sometime after the year of the dragon. I will feature many realms just like the original games and all said and done. The game will have four home worlds. Four boss rounds for many boss rooms and twenty four standard rounds. Currently, there's on a release date or even release window. The project only began in February of last year, so it could be years before. Fans see how this fan made title pans out. The team seems to be keeping fans involved as they released weekly updates videos and more the latest video. It was loaded to YouTube just fifteen hours ago by now. That's a little more. Yes, it seems really legal. Yeah. So that's fun ADA and that's why I brought it up. I like fan tribute games. I like when people do them. I think they're neat. I watched the video for this one certainly looks well made and has a lot of TLC in it. Then I get overshadowed by some other Spyro game game released, like having might. Yeah. Kossovo. So we're you Kevin. One chime in on that said, it seems pretty illegal. Dhia care. I mean, not particularly, but at the same time, like companies like Nintendo have been known to like take this kind of stuff down immediately. Right there was I've heard of of like Pok Mon games that have been made. I can't remember what the call like mutants. I know what you're talking about, but like it was announced people sauce, screen shots, and like a week later gone. There was a precedent for this kind of thing. We're like they're real. I mean, it's so impressively you're listening out how many boss game have your battles and mini games. Right? Yeah, you can dream, but, but yeah, I mean, it's it's a lot of work that someone's going to be theoretically like on, you know, as as a side just project putting in and I, I love that passion in that drive, but there's definitely a precedent for these things getting shutdown, especially when they get media coverage, oops. And that's the and media coverage has picked up, but do you think this thing will ever make it to completion or the deal kill it? I, I think it's possible that they'll wait do the wait-and-see because that's that's what's happened before too is like, you know, companies also wanna see how far is this gonna actually get? Do we want to be the Dick's that are saying, no, you can't do this thing that you're probably not gonna even make any money off of. And that's the big determining factor to are they asking for money or are they just blew releasing it as is, but you know, there's a bunch of like p copyright infringement issues. So silly matter if they're getting the fan, they might want to just have brand protection and else, and they're totally within the rights to do that. For me, it's a matter of I love fan may games I've played fan, made games at that. Some of the which is that line between fan game. I'm gonna change. If you make the dragon blue and you change his name to pyro, you know, is this if that's the only difference? Just let them make the darn game higher power Romania. Yeah, you know, pyro the women. I mean, then it suddenly, okay. You take something like like a four fun game like gang garrison. I say some kind of social commentary thing and then therefore you're within the bounds of copyright parody. Suddenly pull off and that's why if they're not making money on it, I understand you're supposed to defend your trademark if you don't defend your trademark in Lucia trademark at that at the actual legal thing. Yeah, it is. If you don't protect your trademark, you can lose your argument again, have a trademark even if even if it's a nonprofit. But you know, think about Nintendo shutting down the metro project right before metro came out on three d. s..

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"kevin one" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"kevin one" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"Time for a slow news day kevin one item on the rope report your god it's the slowest of slow days night season four is launching today in the comet has landed this is via game informer where a young buck name andrew reiner wrote a story shutdown the rumor mill the comet has been the intense focus speculation by fort night players has finally crashed on the battlefield the comment is the central hook of fortnight's season four which is now live in both battle ray allen save the world modes in battle royale the comet splintered into shards many impacting parts of the map which lead to new discoveries landing points in something called a quote hop rock if you consume a hop rock you can lift off with low gravity epic also implemented a number of tweaks and changes about a rail including the ability to destroy structures on the pregame starting island smaller changes range from headshots being prioritised when body parts are in the way of two knocking a player of sorry when body parts are in the way to knocking player off the island rewards elimination credit regarding weapons the crossbow has been vaulted and the rocket launcher aim radical is a fix is regardless of player movement the also receive a number of tweaks including an odd one four three aspect ratios now supportive battle pass offers one hundred levels of rewards the last one being the scifi slash superhero themed omega suit save the world mode which in the zanger which you all should give shot if you can pull yourself away from around is updated with a new storyline called blockbuster this five part tale tasks you to investigate the comment which may have something to do with the disappearance of rape blockbuster also offers one landmark mission when you defeat husks they now have the chance to drop crafting materials ammo building materials and maybe even a schematic season four ends in sixty nine days nice.

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"kevin one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"kevin one" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The pregame show with kevin one that's eight eastern angela recruited the it williams in the lane nice to buy a foulline jumper nocontests the obama years there took the jumper nobody durham operative goes love their child against these two three two free throws wide open confident shots i knew on the six nineteen sevenpoint lead for north carolina bagger of the farleft saboteurs with his in the painful to later tonight at the left and that's no good rebound patrol by drew bobai told eric rather rattling defensive bits of drive a delaying tactic can fast and we gotta whistled steps call on often a researcher brilliant passed by ten to it took through by so much surprised that when he caught are use of offbalance he's got to the basket ticket it's going to be a shot in the next thing you know the passes right behind his ear your goodwill the catch it couldn't stop himself from traveling on a terrific passed by has the feel like look john i should be has doubled to two to seven point game alex zulle duke off the validly but from a cure on a bench trying to get a screen ball tipped lose who's a steal dan we get to the pence about what the perry juggle papa no trump no double dribble this the way up however and the rebound controlled by two that was carter coming downloaded took little shut them out there is he got no foul alan a quiet first half reduce that during the quarter due valdo will bag linked beckley doubleteam little turnaround her off the glass and twisted in baghli with eight twenty six 21 duke down five with six to go there theo pinson sex things up the man we inside becker pinson outside the 3point arc close it inside again this is doc version of lost the ball inside could have looked at dukes got it alan brings it under the forecourt back out so those little quoted quoted val developped through the the carter carter's going up there were two tara huge there i can't believe it or what the foul but doubt as well you talked about why feels like sharia by new york thirteen three edge in of turnovers and here's a militia similan dukes got it they're down by three whose current enrolling puts him for the.

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