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"hakuna matata" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Own. So many tantalizing pops possibilities this morning. Right. Yes, dash dubrovsky said when Trump bragged about grabbing women by the genitals, Republicans called it locker room talk when Trump steals nuclear documents and classified Intel, Republicans call it taking his work home with him, stop letting the GOP brand themselves. These are heinous criminals. Thank you. Terrorists, they're terrorists enablers. This is okay. I'm angry staffer also on this, what did you say that Trump has to say to declassify? Acted like a high mecha Heidi Ho. Right. That's not how any of this works. Anything that falls under the executive privilege umbrella. And now belongs to the national archives. Anything that was attorney client privilege simply saved them some time in the crime fraud exemption Warren that is almost certainly coming. Okay, and this ridiculous I declassified in why. Cash Patel told us he did. So why would you not trust cash Patel? Yeah, right. Oh, he just happened to see him do it. Do the maki lucky. I couldn't have. You also have to say about hakuna Matata. Okay. After that. It doesn't count. It means no worries for the rest of you. No, no worries about this classification. And Betelgeuse twice, not three. Okay. Secret SCI info, know that the FBI's work doesn't end with recovering information improperly stored. There must also be a damage assessment to identify every single person who may have had unauthorized access. I mean, what is the damage assessment to this country from Donald Trump going to be at the end of the day? Is it incalculable, right? It has 70 billion items. At least 11 billion. It's like glitter. We'll never get it off of us. It's like litter. Like 25 years from now, we're gonna be like, oh, is that orange glitter? Right. Chicago. Were you still there? Oh, all right. She's gone. Sorry. I know she was being very sweet about colonel Steve Austin
"hakuna matata" Discussed on Lakers Nation Podcast
"What if Hayward is just old? And it doesn't work. And then you've got him on the books another year. The Lakers have to consider that. And if that's what they're looking at and they're saying, you know what? We're not sure this makes us that much better. I can see where they would just say, you know what? We'd rather just keep Russ's expiring. Bernie says, say la vie hakuna Matata. As a Laker fan, I'm a little sad. It was a low probability as an NBA fan, I'm looking forward to seeing Katie, Kyrie Simmons potential. Is that a title team in the Eastern Conference or a contender? Yeah, absolutely. That's why I thought the net will be incredibly stupid to let Kyrie walk knowing the possibility of losing camera Durant. By the way, guys, Trevor is definitely drinking Dr Pepper. So let's stop breaking some of the stuff off. Tonight tonight is actually Coke zero. After the show might be a different story. When we're in Vegas, it'll be a different story, but no, this is definitely just a little Coke zero a little caffeine. My magic is definitely gone. I don't even get the drink you're drinking, right? Well, normally that would be a good guess, though. Normally that would be a good guess. But no, yeah. I think they're a title contending team and competing in the east. That team is really, really deep. And I think people are kind of forgetting that. Obviously you have Katie, Kyrie and Ben Simmons, but you can bring Bruce brown back and Clarks and I think that they have a restricted free agent so they could bring him back. Seth curry, Joe Harris, you have to really figure out the big spot with X klaxon, but they have a lot of depth over there in Brooklyn, cam Thomas, who's this dud, in my opinion. So yeah, Brooklyn, they're a title containing team with that trio. Here's what I want to mention. Kyrie, if the Lakers were in a different situation, if they were, let's say they still had their 2019 2020 title team. I'd be very hesitant about Kyrie. And I think that's why we heard the Lakers were the only team who wanted Kyrie. Like if you're the heat, do you want to commit long-term to Kyrie? Probably not. You're in pretty good shape as it is. If you're the clippers, if you're whoever, the Lakers were going from Russ, who didn't work last year to Kyrie, who you know is probably a better fit. If the Lakers had pieces who fit already, I wouldn't have been nearly as on board the Kyrie train. It's because they were going from a bad fit to Kyrie. That made you say, okay, well, we can forgive all the other stuff, right? So I think that's something we have to remember here..
"hakuna matata" Discussed on Animation Addicts Podcast
"The little in The Little Mermaid did. Yes. Oh, so I guess. There's just scores. But it's like a mini sport. Passage of time. It's just part of a day. It's our date. Yes. A date. The Montage of the date. So it's basically the same thing. It's just so funny how tangled really does mirror so much of what The Little Mermaid is. Right. And it's just when you compare them back to back, they are so close together. But also, I think lint Cain did a really good job of sectioning them so that rapunzel really is her own girl as opposed to the I want to be Ariel girl. So that's tangled. And then wreck it Ralph, you have shut up and drive is the pop song laid on top of her learning how to race. There you go. And then in big hero 6, you have immortals where he's creating stuff. So those are really all of the main montages. Feeling kind of underwhelmed with a lot of these, realizing that maybe the Montage song is not as not been done the best. Hakuna Matata, I mean, we mentioned hakuna Matata, but it's just like that one mini part within hakuna Matata, the majority of the song isn't really a Montage song. It was just like that ten seconds that it is. Something really has to be the best one of these. Yeah. And one last hope and I'll make a man out of you. Maybe some man. Yeah. Yeah, I think the 90s got it. The 2000s did not. At all. It's a tangled up. I mean, even goofy movie though. I feel like that Montage scene. If I were to do a top 5, let's do a top 5, okay, so I think we can agree that something there is the best one. Yeah. Which one would you say would be next? Hercules or Mulan. Well, I ranked I'll make a man out of you higher than one last hope. But as far as a Montage, I think one last hope is higher. Is it? Yeah. Because he says, I don't know. Because I just like that he grows up throughout it. It's a true passage of years of time. Okay, so would you say that that one is higher or lower than a higher? I couldn't tada is like so barely there. It's like an honorable mention, but it's gonna be at the bottom of it for sure. Okay. So, all right, we got something there, and then I actually put goofy movie at least three or four. Okay. On the list. So one last hope we'll move that one up. That will be number two. And then hakuna Matata is gonna be number 5. And I'll make a man out of you. We'll go here. So B to the B, something there. Hercules, one last hope, Mulan, I'll make a man out of you, goofy movie, score, Lion King, hakuna Matata. So that's our top 5. I love it. Unless you want to switch out for son of man. Somewhere? Nope. No, we're good. There we go. I feel like this one was a little bit different because we're not talking about the song themselves. We're talking about the moment. But how they use this storytelling tool to their best advantage. And I really do believe that this is the list of the top 5 moments in how they were able to, if you're ever going to be using a Montage sequence, use these as something to learn from. I love it. All right. Well, there you go. Awesome. All right guys, thanks for joining us today on the animation adducts podcast. Make sure to check out the links you can go to find all the show notes for this. You can go to rotoscope or dot com slash two four 9 and you can also check out our Instagram because that's where we're posting a lot of fun stuff as well. And it's going to be grand old time..
"hakuna matata" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"Number two. If a traffic cop pulls me over or if the IRS audits my return, I can be sure I have it. I have not been singled out because of my race. Okay, I'm going to, I'm going to just flag that one because I'm as bad as lily white as they come. And I'm telling you, grace baker, I've been audited a time or two. Or three. I am not made acutely aware that my shape bearing or body odor will be taken as a reflection on my race. Wow, what? Well, that escalated quickly. Now, I will say this, and I don't mean this to be derogatory, but I really do. So during my time in New York City grace, to this point, because this is not just, this is a people problem. This is not a particular skin color in the body odor thing. So you always, how can I say this politely? So back in New York City on the subway, you could always tell when the tourist from Europe got on the subway train. Because they don't use soap and water, they don't bathe. They just pour drakar cologne over their bodies. It's a unique odor. Body sweat and cologne. What's the saying cleanliness next to godliness? Is that the right place? There's a lot of ungodly smells on the New York City subway. I'm just going to tell you. Number, whatever, four. I can choose blemish cover or bandages and flesh color and had them more or less match my skin. So I like the cartoon ones personally. So this implies that a black person, a person of color is being treated differently because the band aids are of a tan nature. But look, I'm telling you, I've got to cut every now and again, I put the band aid on and you know, it doesn't match my skin color. Yeah, you're very sorry Todd, but you're kind of pale. You need to get out. Thanks for sure. My children are given text and classes which implicitly support our kind of family unit and do not turn them against my choice of domestic partnership. Aka the nuclear family. So let's just say you've got idle though. You've got Martha and Joe. All right, and they've got two kids. It's the nuclear, or if you're George W. Bush, the nuclear American family. And then you have Maude and Gladys. And bored and Gladys, you know, have a boatload of kids as well, but bought and Gladys are of the Lebanese persuasion, if you will. Sure. All right. It's not a pretty picture. That's what they're talking about here. So if you've got a problem with maud and Gladys, you know, that's a big deal. I see, I see. I'm just saying. All right, there you have it, folks. So if you're at UC Davis, beware of a professor hakuna Matata because she is not going to like you if you are of the Caucasian persuasion as they say. 8 four four 747 88 68 that's our toll free telephone number that's 8 four four 747 88 68. Let's go to the phones here and Kansas Galen on the line. Galen, what's going on?.
"hakuna matata" Discussed on ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
"Right now. In the meantime, you have Tucker Carlson over at Fox News channel. Now calling out this propaganda, and there has been a lot of propaganda. And the problem is, you don't know what to believe and what not to believe. That's the problem here. The American military have a responsibility to sort through all of this, but they don't want to do that. Because they want us to be in the middle of a shooting war with the Russians. That's what that's what they're after. And it is a dangerous thing that's happening. There is new polling data out, this is from, this is from the morning consult, and overwhelming majority of Americans believe that President Biden is mentally and capable of being president of the United States. Now you just think about that for a moment. Here you have a man who doesn't know his wife from his sister and this man is the commander in chief. He's going to be asked to push a button and he doesn't know if he's calling for room service. But this is what we're dealing with. And everybody sees this, including the Democrats. So where do you stand on this, ladies and gentlemen, and also, are you beginning to see the prices increase in your communities? We have heard from all over America today. People phoning in and letting us know about the skyrocketing prices, 8 four four 747 88 68 that's 8 four four 747 88 68. Now there is an interesting story on the young America's foundation website. A professor at UC Davis, which is a very large university, Davis, California. That's right, it sort of between Sacramento and San Francisco closer to Sacramento, though. A professor at UC Davis assigned a white privilege checklist to her students. Warning them the language might be triggering to some. This is from our Friends. At young America's foundation. Assistant professor fahima Mustafa, and grace baker. I know why this is, but there are always people named for rema Mustafa. They're the ones that are coming after the white folk. Really? Yes, assistant Professor of fahima Mustafa. It almost sounds like any relation to kahola. Kahuna. Oh, that's a Hawaiian name. My apologies. I think I just triggered somebody. No. Haku mata. Mufasa? Muhammad mahana. Okay. Simba? You're just digging a hole deeper and deeper today, Todd. Anyway, what does that song I caramba? No, that's not. Oh, that's it from The Lion King. Wait, no. Hi, Kara. No. Oh, that's the wrong show. All right. Completely wrong. All right, anyway, professor Mustafa hakuna Matata. Presented slides that defined racism. The slides focused mostly what you guys laughing at them. I'm laughing at several things going on right now. It's going off the rails. No, the whole segment's gone off the rails. Thank you very much, grace baker. And apparently, I'm watching the staff or some sort of a powdery substance into their beverages at the NRB. It's purple. In Caleb. Oh, it smells. I'm getting a whiff of it right now. She's alone. I can smell it over here. Apparently, yes, vitamin drink. I can confirm. All right, grace, it's your job as the executive producer to corral the staff, and it's off that the whole show is completely off the ramp. All you gotta say is on international women's day, I'm surrounded by dudes, so it's a little difficult. Thought it was international babe's day. But it's women, gals, broads. All right. Chicks. Oh, I like that. International chicks today. All right, so back to this story, professor hakuna Matata presented slides and find a racism. The slides focused mostly. I'm not going to be able to do this. Do I need to not do this? The slides focused mostly on subjects like white racial identity and identity politics. The slides told students how they could identify their whiteness and are you kidding me? What are the red flags of whiteness? Well, number one, you're lily white. The class presentation included a video how can I have a positive racial identity? I white. Ouch. Later, professor hucka, my God. Oh God. It's one of those days America. One of those days. Later, mustapha sent the class an email and a link to an online publication called white privilege, checklist. Within the email, mustapha stated, once you click the link on the right hand side of the page, you'll see other checklist I should warn you some of the checklist include language that could be triggering. Some of the examples of alleged white privilege from the list, grace baker include the following. If I want to, I can be pretty sure of finding a publisher for this piece on white privilege..
"hakuna matata" Discussed on NFL Live
"53 to nothing. This goes back to 2016 versus the Patriots 19 nothing 2019 versus the chiefs 21 nothing 2021 versus the rams yesterday, 13 nothing. If you add another one over thousands. It's 59 to nothing. So something doesn't add up because he is such a remarkable coach, but then in the fourth quarter, he and or his teams just don't seem to be absolute best. Hold on. I got an answer. And I think meanest point of the fourth and two is interesting because and you guys know when you grew up around football, we're here to sing like players over place. I've seen people seem to get 20 yards on a 15 yard loss. The fact that Sean mcvay made the challenge that timeout happens, he doesn't win it, and he sends the offense back out there just to try to get a delay a game. That was one of the more shocking parts of that football game to me. Marcus. Yeah. It was egregious a cow not getting the ball and debo hands. But in this particular situation, cow knows what we all know that he don't want this ball in this quarterback hands Leighton game. She knows that. Yeah. That's like that. That's why he punched because of that right there. Well, it's interesting. That was good. Dan, I like that. I like that you wouldn't call on Marcus. You were like, no, no, no. I'm good here. I got to finish my point. I'm not smart enough. Dan for host of NFL live. We'll see how that could feature. All right guys. Here today, last night, Joey franchise, Joe Poole, wherever you want to call him, he showed the big stage why Cincinnati loves him so much. He's proven it every step of the way will tell you why that game was such a big deal. You're watching NFL live. Presented by Windows 11 and Intel. Do you own or rent your home? Sure you do. And I bet it can be hard work. You know, it's easy, bundling policies with Geico. Makes it easy to bundle your homeowners or renters insurance, along with your auto policy. It's a good thing, too. Because you already have so much to do around your home. Go to Geico dot com. Get a quote and see how much you could save. It's Geico easy. Visit Geico dot com today. That's Geico dot com. I said it earlier in the year when we started making some of these comebacks. I never feel like we're out of it. It is no fluke. It is a fact. The Bengals are headed to Super Bowl 56. She would have told me when I got drafted that we see here this year. It would be a shock, but nothing surprises me now. He's come to expect it. Joe burrow was excellent yesterday too on third down. In fact, he posted a 96 QBR on 14 third down place. Picking up the first on 8 of them at what really stood out though his ability to move the chains on the ground, picking up a career high four first downs with his feet on third down. Let's get some quick reads on burrow and that fingal's offense. Mina, what's about to you? T Higgins is getting a 103 yards. We spent all week asking, what are they going to do if they double Jamar chase? Well, you found out he's going to throw the ball to you again. He's going to make great contested catches. He's going to pick up yards after the catch 403 of those 103 yards were after the catch. The bangles are so good because Jamar chase isn't the only dominant skill player on this football team. Yeah, it was the outside zone run game for me for the bangles. It started with the first play of the game they ran away from 95 Chris Jones and I think they were okay with just making it muddy and dirty at times. It wasn't gonna be perfect, but they were doing it protect the weakest part of their football team. They're offensive line and they trusted that as long as they did that and stay committed to it. Joe burrow was gonna be special enough when he needed it the most. I give them credit for being convicted to run the football. Yeah, chase didn't go for two 66. They threw a fade earlier. It got broken up. Face told burrow running back turbo. Throw it right back through me. These dudes don't care, man. Like the connection we talked about since LSU and all of that, they do not care. Can you imagine knowing that you got knocked down three point shooter every time the game on the line? That's what these two are. And Joe burrow is the real Tiger king. This is not about a Netflix special. This is about this movie or this book that's going to be written about this dude. It's going to start at Ohio State, then it's going to move to LSU and that turn around there. And then it's going to be two storybook years coming back home on Ohio kid who takes the Cincinnati Bengals for being disrespected, a team that don't even have a whole practice in to playing in SoFi and being a Super Bowl contender. This is a team that has a chance to write a story that none of us never expected, and it's because of their quarterback. All right, so the former Tiger or current Tiger king on one side, the former Lion King or anybody rolling with me. Anyway, that stuff. And incredible journey for him. He had to come back yesterday against the forty-niners scene that had previously had the rams number he did just that. But he couldn't have done it without the clutch. You got it? You got it? What? Anyway, I'm changing his name. Finished with a 142 yards to scores. What did you see from him yesterday? I mean, if Matthew Stafford's Lion King, Vancouver cup is, I get, well, Simba ended up being Lion King, but I feel like Maggie Stafford's got a hold them up and say, this is our kingdom. He's unbelievable, man. I mean, he's just answered for so many problems. I think that's how I would describe him. He's the answer. And there were so many key third downs, particularly against the blitz. There was a surprising blitz. I thought a tension breaker from D'amico Ryan, and of course who else does he go to, but Cooper Cup. In fact, Cooper Cup average is from king and abdu and next gen stats 4.9 yards per route against the blitz. No other player in the NFL had more than 3.4. These two were so, so connected against sure, and that's a big part of the reason why Matthew Stafford can not be blitzed. The corner ends on catch y'all. That throwing catch tells you all you need to know. Look, I said, I said it. I don't think Cooper Cup is the best wide receiver wall. But he damn sure was the best wide receiver in the NFL this year. And I'm not talking about numbers. If you look at game week in and week out, half the habits situation. Yeah. He's been doing this since week one or two of the season. Like we think about the Tampa, the deep ball in the Tampa game that eventually iced it. You think about the had to have it touch down not the one in the corner that we talked about, but the ones that are more seashell against the DB. I mean, Dan knocking his hands down. You have to have it, the whole damn stadium nowhere is going and can't nobody do nothing about it. Cooper Cup is that deal, man, and this year he was everything the rams needed him to be implementing a new quarterback. Well, if Matthew Stafford's The Lion King then having Cooper gives him hakuna Matata. Oh boy, there we go. This is so Disney. Don't worry. Good for us. What a wonderful friend. I think on third down the most. And I think the biggest thing is, Matthew Stafford's the type of quarterback that can throw you open even before you are and then exactly where you needed to be. This is that connection to me is talking about, okay, so Cooper Cup is the three. Now the linebacker Warner's gonna carry vertical in that safety is gonna get out of there. Watch Matthew Stafford right now. Ball's coming out of his hands. Now look at top right. Cooper cop is just dropping his hips. That ball is out before he's ready for it on his left shoulder. That is timing and anticipation. Third and 6, this is the out route to Cooper Cup up top. This is ungodly. Ball is coming out of Stafford's hands right now. Cover cup is just getting to the corner. Get it to the next phase. Ball is out of his hands. He's just clearing the corner. Next face, ball is halfway there and Cooper Cup is just now turning his head but can.
"hakuna matata" Discussed on WTOP
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"hakuna matata" Discussed on Animation Addicts Podcast
"Sounds like Rowan Atkinson. They found someone to really mimic zazu as we know it. But yeah, as far as the actual Simba voice, you can tell, it's a different. So one thing about Jason weaver and this whole deal, he will include a link in the show notes so you can read it. It's a really interesting interview and at the bottom there is a video interview where he's talking about it. He's just really proud and happy that this ended up working out the way that he did. He has said that from his royalties, they will be passed down to his children and who their children. Right. Which just makes me wonder how much money do you think Jason weaver has made from hakuna Matata and I just can't wait to be king. Just the singing. Oh, see, no, that's just so hard to decide because he says self and middle Lee that he has made more than the dollars over the years. Granted, I mean, you also have to look at, okay, $2 million in 1995, the value of the dollar, like the purchasing power of the dollar was a lot stronger than it is today. So another subject anyway. But that's with any type of talking about money, yes. Right. But so if you look at, okay, what the purchasing power of the time, but he was also like 12 or something around that. I don't know how old he was, but it was like a young kid, and he's like, even in the interview, he was just like, it's not like I would have been like buying four-o-one-ks or anything like that. They're like, that's true. So yeah, he was done very well. And I'm also looking at different looking of different things. And it's like, Jason weaver has a net worth of $4 million. Okay? I don't know. I feel like those net worth things. How do you even know? How do you know my private assets? Right, exactly. I don't know. If I were to make a guess, 20 million, 30 million? No. I mean, definitely not. I don't know. I can't even speculate, but he said, you know, enough to pass on to your children and your grandchildren. Well, that's the thing about royalties, though, is they continue on for like a hundred years. Yeah. So it's not necessarily that he has the money now that will have been going. It's just as he said, the money. I think he's talking about money now for sure. That will be hopefully. Not even counting future payouts. Yeah, hopefully he does. Either way, Jason strategy. You're the best. You are the best, yes. She and my grandma would have been friends. So here's another side note as far as the I find the most interesting is when a movie comes in and they want to use a song for their film. Now they're not they are a separate entity than the recording artist or the recording label or even the publishing side. But they have to go to both whoever owns the rights of both the publishing and also the sync rights, which is the ability to synchronize a song with a picture, and so the sink rights come from the recorded of the master over here of the actual song. And they have to get a number for each side. So say, for the basis of really easy money, I am the writer of a song and I want a $100 for somebody to put into the song that I wrote into their movie. Well, I am you too. And I recorded that song, but I want a $1000 to put my song into that movie. Well, if the studio wants it that much, whoever has the highest rate, they automatically have to pay the exact amount to both sides. Oh, interesting. It's so interesting. And I had no idea about this until like a couple years ago. And I was like, what? So there's been songs out there that they have these people who are like, I want a $1 million to put my recording in your movie. And so the director was like, well, that's basically all of my music budget, but that's the song that I want in there. So yes, and so they'll pay $2 million to have this song in their movie. And it's just like, what? So that's just an interesting side bit. But those are different rules that they have. They have to be equal. But that's also one reason that I really like the song, let it go, but I don't want to pay for the original Idina Menzel singing this. I want somebody else's cover version. And so instead of paying the huge amount, which I'm sure they would never even let that song be put into other movies, but what they'll do is they'll go to somebody online, who did a cover or whatever, and then they will pay that person for the right to cover that or the right to use that song in their movie as long as the licensors of the musical work agree to a certain number, and then they both end up getting a really high payout. So it's fascinating. Those are really fascinating. The music royalty thing, it's just the gift that keeps on giving. To an extent, blows my mind, you know, just yeah, and obviously we didn't really talk about movie rights, but this also applies to actors in a way. It's not necessarily, but just like the whole royalties discussion, you know, if you're a movie gets played again on TV, then you get a portion of that, which I think is pretty crazy, so yeah, just a really, really complex world out there. Yeah, so this is all pre Internet distribution contracts. The Internet is what you would call a disruptive technology. And the music industry hated it. They did not want the Internet to be a thing because you came around with all of these other napster and all these other sites. And really, it did disrupt their monopoly on music. And so they basically charged whatever they wanted for certain things and then that's what people would have to pay. And it also kept other artists out of the game, it kept everybody else. All of the barriers to entry were so high that you had to have a label to be able to put you in. You had to have a publisher to be able to get your song out there. You had to do these things. But once the Internet came around, and people were just like, hey, I can make some beats on my computer and put it out there. And that's what it is today. And so everybody generally owns record labels are almost going extinct. And you also have a publishing that is almost going extinct. So these publishing, they're not getting any new revenue. They're only being able to profit off of the old stuff. And so just how the whole industry has shifted is also completely fascinating. But yeah, that's our how the music works. For anybody who's listening, it really makes a lot more sense if you go to and look at this diagram that we have on here. It's in the show notes. And it says the type of licenses who is trying to get the license who collects the money for those and then who they are paid to. 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"hakuna matata" Discussed on Animation Addicts Podcast
"Yeah. I mean, it doesn't even matter. This still would be the thing if that were the case. Yeah, Lion King, so these are, okay, so these are just covers. So with the Tony box, the with the recording, not only is young Simba different, but zazu is different and young Nala. Now zazu actually sounds like Rowan Atkinson. They found someone to really mimic zazu as we know it. But yeah, as far as the actual Simba voice, you can tell, it's a different. So one thing about Jason weaver and this whole deal, he will include a link in the show notes so you can read it. It's a really interesting interview and at the bottom there is a video interview where he's talking about it. He's just really proud and happy that this ended up working out the way that he did. He has said that from his royalties, they will be passed down to his children and who their children. Right. Which just makes me wonder how much money do you think Jason weaver has made from hakuna Matata and I just can't wait to be king. Just the singing. Oh, see, no, that's just so hard to decide because he says self and middle Lee that he has made more than the dollars over the years. Granted, I mean, you also have to look at, okay, $2 million in 1995, the value of the dollar, like the purchasing power of the dollar was a lot stronger than it is today. So another subject anyway. But that's with any type of talking about money, yes. Right. But so if you look at, okay, what the purchasing power of the time, but he was also like 12 or something around that. I don't know how old he was, but it was like a young kid, and he's like, even in the interview, he was just like, it's not like I would have been like buying four-o-one-ks or anything like that. They're like, that's true. So yeah, he was done very well. And I'm also looking at different looking of different things. And it's like, Jason weaver has a net worth of $4 million. Okay? I don't know. I feel like those net worth things. How do you even know? How do you know my private assets? Right, exactly. I don't know. If I were to make a guess, 20 million, 30 million? No. I mean, definitely not. I don't know. I can't even speculate, but he said, you know, enough to pass on to your children and your grandchildren. Well, that's the thing about royalties, though, is they continue on for like a hundred years. Yeah. So it's not necessarily that he has the money now that will have been going. It's just as he said, the money. I think he's talking about money now for sure. That will be hopefully. Not even counting future payouts. Yeah, hopefully he does. Either way, Jason strategy. You're the best. You are the best, yes. She and my grandma would have been friends. So here's another side note as far as the I find the most interesting is when a movie comes in and they want to use a song for their film. Now they're not they are a separate entity than the recording artist or the recording label or even the publishing side. But they have to go to both whoever owns the rights of both the publishing and also the sync rights, which is the ability to synchronize a song with a picture, and so the sink rights come from the recorded of the master over here of the actual song. And they have to get a number for each side. So say, for the basis of really easy money, I am the writer of a song and I want a $100 for somebody to put into the song that I wrote into their movie. Well, I am you too. And I recorded that song, but I want a $1000 to put my song into that movie. Well, if the studio wants it that much, whoever has the highest rate, they automatically have to pay the exact amount to both sides. Oh, interesting. It's so interesting. And I had no idea about this until like a couple years ago. And I was like, what? So there's been songs out there that they have these people who are like, I want a $1 million to put my recording in your movie. And so the director was like, well, that's basically all of my music budget, but that's the song that I want in there. So yes, and so they'll pay $2 million to have this song in their movie. And it's just like, what? So that's just an interesting side bit. But those are different rules that they have. They have to be equal. But that's also one reason that I really like the song, let it go, but I don't want to pay for the original Idina Menzel singing this. I want somebody else's cover version. And so instead of paying the huge amount, which I'm sure they would never even let that song be put into other movies, but what they'll do is they'll go to somebody online, who did a cover or whatever, and then they will pay that person for the right to cover that or the right to use that song in their movie as long as the licensors of the musical work agree to a certain number, and then they both end up getting a really high payout. So it's fascinating. Those are really fascinating. The music royalty thing, it's just the gift that keeps on giving. To an extent, blows my mind, you know, just yeah, and obviously we didn't really talk about movie rights, but this also applies to actors in a way. It's not necessarily, but just like the whole royalties discussion, you know, if you're a movie gets played again on TV, then you get a portion of that, which I think is pretty crazy, so yeah, just a really, really complex world out there. Yeah, so this is all pre Internet distribution contracts. The Internet is what you would call a disruptive technology. And the music industry hated it. They did not want the Internet to be a thing because you came around with all of these other napster and all these other sites. And really, it did disrupt their monopoly on music. And so they basically charged whatever they wanted for certain things and then that's what people would have to pay. And it also kept other artists out of the game, it kept everybody else. All of the barriers to entry were so high that you had to have a label to be able to put you in. You had to have a publisher to be able to get your song out there. You had to do these things. But once the Internet came around, and people were just like, hey, I can make some beats on my computer and put it out there. And that's what it is today. And so everybody generally owns record labels are almost going extinct. And you also have a publishing.
"hakuna matata" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour
"Connect. At the end of the day, that's who you're here for. And if you feel too overwhelmed, just use the safe word. Hakuna Matata. You just need to sue these people. And comedy is such a powerful weapon to put you in somebody's corner. The minute that you have a character who is like, oh my God, can you believe these people? You know? Which is sort of the mode that Joe is in for most of that episode. Even as it turns really dark, I felt like that episode was via comedy sort of putting you in Joe's corner and it made me uncomfortable because this was kind of why I decided to jump in and watch this season. I knew enough about what had happened. I was curious about exactly what you're saying. Where do you go with this now? Especially considering that Penn Badgley has even had to come out and talk about, like, look, nobody should be attracted to Joe. Straightforwardly, you know? Yeah. Like nobody should be like hot for Joe. That's not healthy. And so does surrounding him with someone who's maybe not more violent than he is equally violent as he is but not as charming as he is. Does that mess with the dynamic of what the show is? Yeah, I'm glad you pointed out the sharing carried dynamic because one I think it kind of falls on us to this stereotype about poly people and people who are open in that they're just naturally silly. In a way that kind of was like, it was super comedic and even the fact that sherry, one of her quirks is that she's really loud while having sex. And so they of course play that up for major laughs. So putting Joe up against those people and the way in which you said it puts you in Jo's corner. This is something that actually happens throughout seasons one and two, because Joe does encounter plenty of abhorrent people. Every once in a while, he will say something that's like a critique of someone else..
"hakuna matata" Discussed on We Say Things - an esports and Dota podcast with SUNSfan & syndereN
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"hakuna matata" Discussed on The BosBabes
"Welcome to a brand new episode of Boss babes. Very excited to be here tonight with you all. We have a very special guest Pro golfer and entrepreneur, he's super young, super sweet. Super hip from California. We have Sam be joining me shortly, but first and foremost Hakuna Matata song Here. Rocking my Lion King shirt. And the reason why I'm doing that is I'm a little bit of wet here right now as you guys can see, I don't know what's been going on lately. But two times a matter of one week, I got caught in a freaking rainstorm walking my dog and just working out outside. So I'm like, I need some good vibes. I don't know why I keep getting caught in the rain, and I don't know if you guys can notice. I'm a little bit of green stuff in my hair. I was just going in the pool. So yeah, I have Corinne in my hair so I don't know what's going on. I need some good vibes. That's why rocking the Hakuna Matata shirt. And without further Ado, I want to introduce our special guest is a good so excited to have Ronnie as a super. Chill personality Sammy out of California. He's actually three hours behind me right now. I'm seeing some up in. Boston Sam. What's up, hello? How are you thinking? Probably gotta show off? I'm so excited to have you. How are things with you? Let's just kick it off. I know you're out in California. Quarantine has been treating, you guys not the greatest. How is it being out in California during the quarantine? Are you able to get trained at all or work out? What is it, like, out in California? Very, very thankful that we're able to go outside and play golf. Yeah, we should we gotta wear masks and you know, sort of a distancing but it's been a great balls. I give blessings here and there and also my main product that I sell essentially. So very lucky with that. That's amazing. So you are. Oh, California. And I understand that the quarantine isn't treating you guys the best of course, but I know you're staying positive and I wanted to get you right off the bat with the fact that you have such an interesting style for a golfer. You're here right now with a fitted hat. A really cool sweatshirt..
"hakuna matata" Discussed on Eu tava la
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"hakuna matata" Discussed on E tu yalli
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"hakuna matata" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Their agitation known anti reviewed your lives in the Bronx he says his upstairs neighbor is a sound like members of the military they don't walk on the floor they March on the floor from morning noon and night and come to find out that is they are all I guess it's called heavy forties if I can use that phrase and his downstairs neighbors and sounds like they're celebrating a soldier returning from war for some reason they like to make laws when they're listening to music caracaras disco music if I can use that phrase very heavy on the beach and you know what I mean personal mark in Bushwick is being slightly annoyed for different reasons doesn't really minded as much vitriol does a neighbor who can't hit the right keys on playing tennis for Carlton's two thousand to hit a thousand miles through the desert but they were getting the notes wrong over and over again and that's when I realized I think my upstairs neighbor took up keep working but in the city for performers with no stage a lot of new Yorkers say they're enjoying the free show Sam for Jim lives in Astoria we just heard the same refrain from hakuna matata going over and over and over again and that we've got it up to our neighbors he's like oh yeah well actually playing football on Broadway for ten years and yet for some the city is so quiet it's eerie melded of folders in battery Park City with her husband and kids they've lived through nine eleven in occupy Wall Street protesters but now I actually have started sleeping with the radio on can I have it on low so that there's some sound because I am I am totally on used to sleeping with Noel it's but for others your neighbors are filling the gap according to WNYC's analysis residential noise complaints have gone up about.
"hakuna matata" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"With Jose let's get some hookers and some coke and go crazy the line yes Edward I think a shock to all the listeners you only got one correct and where where do you where like you and questions the chair of all right we now got three lines and word yeah good job right thanks and no words yeah all right in when the money left over the answers according to a new study does watch since they have the most aggressive drivers during the holidays or the least aggressive the least Georgia has eleven point six aggressive driving events per hour Washington only has six point six what famous rapper was the first person ever to have a number one album while incarcerated to park magus world sold three point five million copies when he was in jail the plastic surgery procedure called rhinoplasty is more commonly known as a nose job and what decade were heated seats for cars patented put to use the fifties nineteen fifty one Harry Truman became president at the end of World War two and Disney just successfully trademarked the Swahili term hakuna matata from lying king in trying to do it for years and they were recently successful so now anybody in Africa who says you can without a is going to try our not a lot of places with a ton of cash around there he's got lawyer yeah they have to have lawyers everywhere I'm sure that if there's I've already put them in like little villages just waiting to see if somebody said something and present them with the bill I am ready didn't win the cash but just for playing today you got a pair of movie tickets from fandango really well for any film you want to see remember at fandango dot com you buy movie tickets in advance read tons of reviews and more just go to fandango dot.
"hakuna matata" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"So I still want to use the open mikes for my question of the day I've been having these crazy thoughts every day and tonight I want you to leave me an open Mike with this without saying the category I want you to give me a top three tell me a good top three and I will give you what category it belongs to you get what we're doing here can be any top three but don't tell me what it's for so could be songs movies actors models sports teams it could be obscure like hot dog or pizza toppings or your top three nicknames for your dog it could be anything top three reasons to live in Florida just don't give me what that is don't give me its top three someone so just give me the three and I will tell you what the category S. it could be top top three reasons to kiss your grandma on the mouth I don't know leave it on the open Mike try to stump me on this but I think I'm gonna get all the categories tonight so that is my challenge to you you would have known about this earlier because I want to come up with one now you can still play along at quicken witty so throughout the throughout the night come up with the title right for me welcome to the show in case you don't know I'm Sean I'm your host we are live in local here in Orlando Florida every weeknight ten PM we're just playing with you tonight all right and every night here on the showing clips are show we're freeing your mind from your worries how could a matata man you know you can't say hakuna matata and still some cool I've realized while saying it tonight the cooler tada bro like it doesn't help anyway if your regular here.
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Online petition calls on Disney to drop 'Hakuna Matata' trademark
"A petition is circulating online for Disney to give up its trademark on the phrase Khuda Matata this while Healy phrase means no problems are no worries. It was popularized in the nineteen Ninety-four movie, The Lion King