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"lahr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:40 min | 6 months ago

"lahr" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"And South bound mass Transit is not reporting any major problems. I'm Justin job back into cable W 24 hour Traffic center. Now it's your five day forecast. There's NBC 11th Alert leader Ologists Steve South, Not tonight, Warm and muggy, will see an isolated, shower or gusty storm just a few neighborhoods otherwise dry. But that would temperature only down to 75 Friday. We're right back at it with the heat and the humidity 91 in the afternoon. But the problem is that 91 feels more like 98 a lot of humidity in the air tomorrow to make sure that you're hydrating and keeping cool at times. Few gusty afternoon storms possible in spots tomorrow afternoon. The better chance of heavier thunderstorms comes on Saturday. What's happening there? Ah, Cold front meets up with the remnants of tropical Storm Lahr that will produce him heavier thunderstorms with drenching downpours. I have an umbrella with you on Saturday. That's a good bet. High temperature up to 80 For Sunday 79 degrees. Pristine, low humidity will keep that going into Monday. Nice day 81 degrees, and by Tuesday a couple showers and storms possible with highs in the upper seventies on NBC 11th Alert meteorologist Steve Saw Snow with your most accurate forecast count on it. Right now. It's 86 degrees stay sticky overnight, going down to 73 chance off a thunderstorm. New reality life in a pandemic, now the latest from K Y W News radio. National Cova death toll has now passed 180,000 in Philadelphia, though officials are reporting some progress. Hey, Y W. City Hall Bureau chief, Pablo.

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"lahr" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"lahr" Discussed on WJR 760

"For a while now but the restore wellness center I want I want to talk about what they do but I also want to tell you I mentioned yesterday that that was going to be heading out there in the afternoon and I just want to show you how easy they are to deal with okay so I made my appointment when and if you but just before the appointed time and had something else come up that was unforeseen and I said I really apologize but can I switch the appointment and Lahr said yeah you can you can move it to Wednesday I got it on Wednesday same time I said okay I'll be here so I did it was that simple no yelling or shouting no that you have selected nothing they just they're they're accommodating okay well listen they also help you and well I've been going through what I'm going through with a broken foot and everything I've told you about how you know that on this walking cane it gets you off balance when you're when you're stumbling around so it makes you in my case my back hurt from all those surgeries I've had and so wife but anyway getting back to wellness center the restore wellness center I was skeptical at first you know I've heard companies claim they could make me pain free unites never really trusted I mean I've had nine surgeries I do get patients back from time to time but when I go there I wind up having relief at least for a time until I re injured somehow restore wellness centers advanced laser treatments restore function reduce the pain they speed up healing and they say they do it they do I've learned not only can it help with neck and back pain but also with arthritis and sciatica pain tendinitis the rock with the muscle strain TMJ headaches and much much more in fact when I stumbled into my walking cane yesterday are said to me Hey you want to treat your foot on Wednesday to cancel or withdraw it was broken no no it's okay it's.

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"lahr" Discussed on Hustleshare

Hustleshare

02:15 min | 1 year ago

"lahr" Discussed on Hustleshare

"To this because the dean we're going to be talking about the hustle behind a very very popular TV show among long startup founders and we're GONNA be talking to none other than the mind behind it all his name is John Lahr of the final pitch and and this is arguably one of the most interesting episodes ever on hostile share because we're GONNA be talking about how it is like helping out startups here in the Philippines but before that John is going to take us back to where it all started of how he started hustling as an athlete and the key we learned he got from that experience that he still uses now John is also going to be sharing how he started out as a media professional and all the things you learn that eventually led him to creating his own company and producing musings on shows but it's not that easy because Johnny will come on how hard it got for him when he was starting out in how he had eventually got his big break through show he produced that revolved around real estate. Now this is where it gets interesting because John is now. GonNa talk about about the hustle behind the final pitch like what goes on behind the scenes and how they literally do the show and the preparation. She had to do doc just to make you work now. This is not the longest episode of hostile share for no apparent reason because John was all much in terms of learning insight we can all learn from like what makes a good pitch the qualities of a good start up in how to bounce back from failure and listen to the whole episode because I also be revealing something big that you might be very interested. I so if you're ready you to learn the hustle of behind the final pitch. Let's begin this episode right. Yeah yeah.

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"lahr" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"lahr" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"If a fifty percent of the time tony was standing in the corner watching tony or jason tony no. He's watching lodgings going to touch you. I don't like i hardly ever get them saggio. It's not like a routine for me where i couldn't possibly give up my massage free ones though forever no no hard sell. Why hasn't drake come to see her more. I know well. There's been almost no drake and lucas okay. Here comes cod water weenie drake. What are you know why isn't luke. They're turning. Grandpa didn't invite luke is he being paid off by tiny grandpa as well. Oh of course with a job a job drake. He's just like logan. Oh yeah he's just bought into it. He's yeah just a little in luke is troy yeah. Turning grandpa's tiny grandpa uh-huh tend to grow old age makeup looks great really good flowers at heaven's grave. Oh my guy old oban troy we. He's the guy in the that's troy tree. Oh mossy statue what you lots of interesting shots that's because jason is interacting the better director. Jason is better director after he should've let them do all of them. I'm a local look up what else he's done. He's a good director at least for. This can't be stuff because the last movie was definitely the best directed ooh scary broken glass smears. This jillions room is jillions room. 'cause all the mirrors are broken. We excuse peaking when he went in there to go. Get the box of her stuff was was this jillian antonis room jillions not there anymore. Oh maybe route no phone and they're either spider webs everywhere. Snip phone courts been snipped. Ooh do a hole in the lampshades a book what's in there. Oh my god my god you need see rewind as you can see all my god okay this part okay so she finds the phone cord on. Oh my god it's cleft okay going here. What's in here a book okay. What's this book a bible open the book she's in trouble the book back oh. She rolled her so fast across from that she hit the bedpost jerry bashar up against it. Oh she's gonna try and get out but guess what locks on the doors yup. She locked her in this is not this is like a truly a horror yes horror. This is straight much more so than the other. The other ones weren't horror. They were melodrama alyson hannigan nelson yet again alison. No don't of being a lifetime movie. No <hes> this very stouffer store. I think you okay so he directed one episode of that not a to know weird. Reboot fallen hearts. Two episodes of private is for van helsing two episodes in house. <hes> we showered the show. I didn't know there was a show yeah. <hes> sifi <hes> four episodes of saving hope whatever that is one of a sort of dark matter interview moves becoming mostly not good stuff. Well i believe in him. I think this is his time. I hope so when episode of seven seven interesting who scary. I don't want to think about seventy seven because the dad first thing he directed one episode of the outer limits why wanted ninety seven seven. I wanna see that and he directed fifteen episodes of the original beverly hills nine o. two or no he would ed. He directed fifteen episodes original nine. Oh two one oh oh good for him. Good for hidden for you. Attorney grandpa way what this mania and depression alot what's happening lifetime. Please ray lahr are you say are arrested like to know more about this possible bipolar medication <hes> <music> i can did you remind us. We could watch this again. I genuinely wanted to see what this was. I literally literally was like did they. Just do chew commercials of that but it's bipolar one. Whatever ray lahr uh-huh says luke luke. Guess luke luke nurse whatever the fuck is actually like. She's so nice acting fake..

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"lahr" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"In a shootout. The cardinals are Owen to at home this season. After falling to the Padres, sixty four cloudy and mild overnight couple of showers and thunderstorms possible. Low of fifty nine Sunday, we could have showers and a heavy thunderstorm in the afternoon, high seventy eight for kmox news. I'm Brad shoots. And now when radio was brought to you by radio, spirits dot com. I'm Greg Bellamy begin this time with Japanese mock nemesis. Fred Allen in one of his final radio shows, then later the comedies continue as Mosey on down. The pine ridge Arkansas for the homespun humor of London Abner, Jack, and Fred both got their first full-time radio gigs in one thousand nine thirty two as it made him about to share with you wanna Fred's final episodes, Mr. Allen, wrapped up on radio and may of nineteen forty nine this from about two months earlier, which is an appearance from the fella who played the cowardly lion in the wizard of Oz. Bert Lahr and is for March twentieth. Nineteen forty nine. Dealers have America present the fed island the show. Alan show with breads, guests Burt LA Portland, Hoffa Narva plas-, Peter Donald Pokka, Finley the DeMarco sisters and Al Goodman in his office. Well, it Sunday night again in here comes down and driving up in his new Ford to keep his weekly eight at the corner of main street as of his off his voice say. Morton..

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"lahr" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Talk about how that scene was done. John. In those days. The at that point. There was only one thirty second. Bit of film footage of an actual tornado shot in Cuba earlier in the nineteen thirties. There were photographs of tornadoes, but MGM was going on description and pictures, and the were no CGI possible effects in nineteen thirty eight thirty nine they had to make everything in this case, quite literally out of whole cloth. And what they did was wrapped chicken wire around and around and around bigger at the top. And then smaller is it got to the bottom the bottom being thirty four feet from the top. They wrapped muslin around that had the top above of the sound stages at MGM are in the rafters, pardon me. The bottom was underneath the floor of the sound stage where it was attached to a little cart. And that way they could drive the car around under the floor and make the bottom of the funnel looked like it was swooping. They added a plates of glass that had been painted gray. They had a tufts of cloud made out of cotton. They added wind machines they added dust, and that is how they made a tornado for the screen eighty years ago. This is one of those other interesting cultural touch points, John because as I understand it a lot of people who saw that scene. Got turned on for the first time to meteorology. Well, this was again one of the great ongoing points about wizard of Oz. And its impact I think it was about seven or eight years ago the Weather Channel, which I venerate did a special on the hundred most important moments in weather history and number fifty two or fifty three was the tornado in the wizard of Oz. Because it impacted on so many of them and lead them into career forecasting weather studying whether predicting whether there were also a lot of issues though with the makeup from this movie because it was in technicolor makeup was very different. Granted there was makeup in black and white films. But they were doing different things, for example, the original actor who played the tin, man. Not Jack Haley, the one you see in the movie, but the original act. After the makeup on him was so bad that he ended up in the hospital for a month and a half. Is that right? They in an iron lung. What happened buddy absent who most people will know as jed clampett or Barnaby Jones from TV in the sixties seventies. And eighties was the tinman. He'd been a Broadway song and dance, man. And his original makeup was clown whites. You know, the white pace they that clowns put on their faces. And then this was dusted with aluminum particles to give him the tin, silver, sheen. Well, the first ten days of shooting. He was dusted and dusted and reduced it and reduced it over and over every day, and he inhaled unwittingly a lot of those silver Potter particles, and the aluminum he either had an allergy to it or it did something if it coated his lungs on the inside and one night, he went home to dinner and could not breathe and had to be rushed to the hospital, and he was had to be replaced in the film because he was laid up for as you said weeks, but MGM a hit a lot of makeup problems with us not only because of the technicolor, but because five years before is paramount had made an all-star Allison wonderland. I've Carey grant all of the WC fields. Gary Cooper, all these people, but they were done they were immersed in huge paper, machine and rubber masks. So that you couldn't recognize them an MGM learned from this. They said if we're gonna star or co star Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Frank Morgan Margaret Hamilton, these are people who come have fans who come to the movies to see them. We have to make sure they look like themselves. Besides looking like the characters of Oz. Margaret Hamilton suffered from the makeup to the green face makeup burned her face, didn't it. Well, it it wasn't. It wouldn't have except that in the scene where the wicked witch disappears for munchkin land right after the line. I'll get you my pretty and your little dog too mega and I knew Margaret Hamilton. So we had discussed this years ago. She was told to backup onto a certain small elevator platform that had been cut into the eleborate road and to pull her broom up perpendicular to her. Parallel to her body. Pardon me and pull her elbows end because they were going to drop her right through the floor for her disappearance. She backed away. They let smoke up go from Vince around the elevator. And she got on the elevator the smoke covered her disappearance. She dropped. And once she got through the floor. Flames of fire were sent up as well. And real fire. They didn't have again that kind of non-dangerous effect while they rehearsed and practiced it, and they got it on the first take and Victor Fleming. The director was delighted, but it had taken all morning to get it to work. They broke for lunch. And when they came back after lunch to do a safety take in case anything had gone wrong with the film, the first time they were everybody's kind of draggy and not focused and after some futile attempts Fleming. Let rip with some of his language and style, we've gotta get this. And unfortunately, Hamilton got to the platform, they let the smoke come up. They dropped the platform. But they let the fire go while she was still. Sinking down through the floor, the stronger bloom caught broom caught fire the chiffon wisp on her hat caught fire and she had second degree burns on her face and third degree burns on her hand, and they had to remove that makeup as quickly as possible because green makeup was copper based and the heated copper would have eaten into her skin and disfigured her if they hadn't gotten it off quickly. She said it was the most painful thing anybody could imagine much more to discuss as we continue with John Frikkie, author and historian on the wizard of Oz. We'll get to more of your questions and thoughts as well. We'll talk about the legacy of the film all the spin offs like the wizards and wicked and all those cover songs. Speaking of covers here's one of the more famous covers have somewhere over the rainbow by Israel, volley via Woolley Hawaiian musician who.

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"lahr" Discussed on 1A

1A

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on 1A

"Talk about how scene was done John. Well in those days the at that point. There was only one thirty second. Bit of film footage of an actual tornado shot in Cuba earlier in the nineteen thirties. There were photographs of tornadoes, but MGM was going on description and pictures, and the were no CGI possible effects in one thousand nine thirty eight thirty nine they had to make everything in this case, quite literally out of whole cloth. And what they did was wrapped chicken wire around and around and around bigger at the top. And then smaller is it got to the bottom the bottom being thirty four feet from the top. They wrapped muslin around that had the top above of the sound stages at MGM are in the rafters, pardon me. The bottom was underneath the floor of the sound stage where it was attached to a little cart. And that way they could drive the car around under the floor and make the bottom of the funnel looked like it was swooping. They added a plates of. Class that had been painted gray. They headed a tufts of cloud made out of cotton. They added wind machines they added dust, and that is how they made a tornado for the screen of eighty years ago. This is one of those other interesting cultural touch points, John because as I understand it a lot of people who saw that scene. Got turned on for the first time to meteorology. Well, this was again one of the great ongoing points about wizard of Oz. And its impact I think it was about seven or eight years ago the Weather Channel, which I venerate did a special on the hundred most important moments in whether history, and I think number fifty two or fifty three was the tornado in the wizard of Oz. Because it impacted on so many of them and lead them into a career of forecasting weather studying whether predicting weather there were also a lot of issues though with the makeup from this movie because it was in technicolor makeup was very different. Granted there was makeup in black and white films. But they were doing different things, for example. The original actor who played the tin, man. Not Jack Haley, the one you see in the movie, but the original actor the makeup on him was so bad that he ended up in the hospital for a month and a half is that right? The in an iron lung letty apps. What happened buddy absent who most people will know as jed clampett or Barnaby Jones from TV in the sixties seventies. And eighties was the tin, man. He had been a Broadway song and dance, man. And his original makeup was clown. White, you know, the white pace they that clowns put on their faces. And then this was dusted with aluminum particles to give him the tin, silver, sheen. Well, the first ten days of shooting. He was dusted and dusted and reduced it and reduced it over and over every day, and he inhaled unwittingly a lot of those silver Potter particles, and the aluminum he either had an allergy to it or it did something if it coated his lungs on the inside and one night, he went home to dinner and could not breathe and had to be rushed to the hospital, and he was had to be replaced in the. Film because he was laid up for as you said weeks, but MGM hit a lot of makeup problems with us not only because of the technicolor, but because five years before us paramount had made an all-star Allison wonderland. Carey grant, all of the WC fields. Gary Cooper, all these people, but they were done they were immersed in huge paper, machine and rubber masks. So that you couldn't recognize them an MGM learned from this. They said if we're gonna star or co star Ray Bolger, Jack Haley, Bert Lahr, Frank Morgan Margaret Hamilton, these are people who come have fans who come to the movies to see them. We have to make sure they look like themselves. Besides looking like the characters vase Margaret Hamilton suffered from the makeup to the green face makeup burned her face, didn't it. Well, it wasn't. It wouldn't have except that in the scene where the wicked witch disappears from munchkin land right after the line. I'll get you my pretty and your little dog too. Meg and I knew Margaret Hamilton. So we had. Discussed this years ago..

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"lahr" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

Chrisley Confessions

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on Chrisley Confessions

"Certain things with your child because after all they do have more experience than you if you don't won't that advice, then here's the way I look at it. If what I have to say to you, is it respected if it's not good enough for you, then neither is matched checkbook, so you don't get to say to me. You can't keep my child. You can't do this. You can't do that. When when he comes your house, you've got, you've got to do this. You've got, nah, that interests go work, sister, it's miles. So if you want your child to come to nanny in pop is then guess what your child's going get treated the same way as any other grandchild gets traded. Again, there's an hour g or something like that. I'm going to respect that. But outside of that, I'm not giving one child a piece of candy and not giving the other one a piece of candy. If this one wants pasta and this one doesn't won't pasta, and there's no allergic reaction to the pasta that both getting pasta because let's face it, we're not doing this is not a kitchen that is going to cater to shorter and shorter cook. I feel like that your your husband's parents, they raised him your mom and dad raised you, and they certainly should be able to help you. This is a beautiful time in your life. She's nine months old. Do not let it get to the point where they're five years old. They've had no relationship with you. There's no bonding. There's no attachment there, and then it's kind of too late to kind of start turning that around. I think that if you look in other cultures, the elderly is revered. They're taking care of their not placed in assisted livings. There kept at home, they're Kip it home so that they can be a part of this circle of live so that your child is being raised by village and there will your child will never ever ever be allergic to much love so from. That's my perspective on it. And Lahr Todd has gone to church with that one, but I'm going to give a little different approach, but I feel I feel pretty much the same way I will say, I know what it's like to have your first child and you love that child more than anything in this world. But I will tell you that I have adult children. Now, and that if your parents or your in-laws, wanna give your child something that maybe you don't really want them to eat on that day. No, that that is something that is not gonna hurt them. It's not going to hurt your child to have something. Maybe they don't have at home and it's not going to have this adverse effect on them. I can tell you that my kids are grown now and then going to my inlaws or to my parents and being able to stay pastor bedtime or things they wouldn't eat at home. Has not had any effect on them, but they do remember those times they will. They cherish those memories of having Tom's with their grandparents and things that they did. My father in law would take savannah to the Bank in her pajamas in her gale n- we would never allow that was savannah looks back on his so grateful that she has. There's memories. Yeah, and I would get to have whatever I wanted to have. So it's not like a growing up mama. You know, foodwise drink was whatever y'all gave us whatever we felt like having in the moment. Because, like you said, if you deprive a deprive us of that than we're as we get older enough, we're just gonna take it to a whole other level. Not listen. Todd's dad would put savannah on the riding lawnmower with her gale on Roger to the fast pair and let her get an icy now we wouldn't necessarily do that at our home, and that was not something that we would you know advocate, but they did it..

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"lahr" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"I think at the time and. And he wanted to follow me around. And the first thing I did was to go meet him at his office and they had just moved offices because the New Yorker had been bought. I think by like, I can't remember what the name was I, this is you know, twenty twenty more than twenty years ago. But and I made a joke when I got to his office. Did you have trouble finding it? And I'm like, yeah, I made a made a joke or something like, yeah, no, I got stuck at good housekeeping or something like that. And he was not. He just was like, okay, and, and then we'll strong for the gate. Yeah. And he was falling me to additions and he at one point he says to me, how does it feel to be hot. And I was like, are you serious. Like what? What? What? What like full magazine? Exactly. I was just like, what. I said, you realize that when we go into these auditions, the only reason why I'm getting this type of treatment for them because you're trailing around with me. Like usually I go into these editions and I'm not hot. And so then classic media working what this eater? Yeah. I mean, this is I was a little bit immature in terms of like, I just, you know, because I remember thinking like, oh, what's the worst that can happen? I'm the next. You could say whatever he wants, but what's he gonna do pull the peace. And so then. And they were going to say, I was the next Albert Brooks, right? So I'm thinking so all this other stuff, like what you'd wanna be? Right. That's what I want to be like his his film work in particular. And so he came to this alternative room that was there and I did this bit. That was like a combination of. The man who would be king like, you know, that's that movie with Sean Connery and they shot him with an arrow, and it actually landed in his belt, but they all he was like superhuman because of it. And it was just like, I can't even remember the movie at this point and I think it was. I can't remember if it was fitting Stein or whatever it was that that said that like or no, the Heidegger principal. Right? Where like if you've you something changes, I can't remember what Schrodinger. Yeah. And so I did a bit that was based on that and where I started like by the end singing and telling the audience that I was not the leader they were looking for and it was all supposed to be sort of a play off of that guy following me around and changing everything that I do. Apparently he wrote a piece saying, I was the worst stand up in the history of ever stand up and the guy the editor was just like a little charitable. Well, it was also like he's not a up. He's not. That's not what you're not why you're falling them around. Like you're writing a piece about stand up and he's a film maker and he's just, you know. Albert Brooks did anti comedy. And apparently it improved it Hershey could because John Lahr was such a, you know, an important writer couldn't get the piece published, and that was it. Not the, not the, our Brooks and then look at me. Now sitting here does doing, you know, podcast talking Andy Kinley about his bad review in London. So kids let that be a lesson to you. Real upper. Yep. There you go. Many people need that lesson though. Just be sort of vaguely polite to the New Yorker writer. Trilling them around all day, right? Most people probably went book. It established. You haven't at level of definitely without a doubt without a doubt. Now, I will say it took me a long time to learn that lesson because I have about five other stories like that. That. That maybe I'll reveal one point put. I five others just like that does that should be member. I wanted to elicit history for TM Bs called how to relive listen, f. up opportunity in show business with SAM's sees. No, that f- up is the right word. It's just sort of like suicide bomb throwing away. Yeah. Folks. This program relies on its members because because my career twenty years ago. So I could. You could become a rain for being a, I'm sorry. Redder. How does it feel to be hot, what it's a stupid I was..

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"lahr" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"When the white widow is sending me with like a goon squad full of guns. And that's what I appreciate about this film is it's going to constantly come up with how. Get out of the situation because I've seen movies before and I'm not a five year old. I know the good guys are going to win. I know the bombs going to be diffused with one second left, but what this film does, even though I know how it's going to end a creates these obstacles and puzzles like, oh, man, this is crazy. How are they going to get out of this? What how's he going to be able to pull off this heist without killing any cops? So I like that even though I know where it's going because I've seen movies before they do throw up obstacles. They get me thinking, oh, this is an impossible situation. How do they get out of it? Yeah, not only can they not kill anyone who's a good guy. But then he also has to worry about the fact that Solomon lanes going to know who he is instantly and is he going to want to play along and say, yeah, I don't know who this guy is. He's lark when in fact, he's the man that put me behind bars probably not on top of which we also know. At this point they've revealed a scene at the Eiffel tower Sloan meets with her agent Walker and Walker Hanover, Afon from fake lark. We saw that foam was. Cracked in the bathroom scene. The phone he over has no crack on it. The information he is giving his boss is slanted to make Ethan hunt, look guilty, and we know that he's behind that. I didn't even notice the phone crack, but Henry Cavill 's performance here you'll find all the information you need on this phone. I don't know how you missed that. They pause on that crack screens, trying to turn it on, and then he hands over a phone and it's totally clean. I wonder, was this change in the script when all that can't shave? The moustache stuff came out because I'm like, okay, this solidifies for me that this is John Lahr e setting up Ethan hunt with fake information on the cellphone. Well, what do you think that they insisted on the mustache? I mean, you could say Hitler kind of branded the mustache as villainous thing. Cavill is kind of copping. Alright. Look to me. He looked a lot like their leader, Richard Spencer, the haircut, all of that, and it's whole mission. The idea of tearing down the old and putting something new in. I don't wanna facial hair shame anyone, but. Just rock a mustache that kind of singles you out. That's just not a popular look. I think it's coming back scar lowered had one. Yeah, he did and thought he looked like a seventies porn star with. Yes, exactly. Hear what happened was. This was not an affect tation. This was not something where they wanted the bad guy to have a moustache Henry Cavill previous film. He had a frill beard and mustache. She showed up on set one day. He's like, yeah, I don't wanna lose the stash, Chris. What do you think of the stash? My character and Christmas Corey said, sure. Go ahead, keep mustache. I kind of liked that as a look. We're going to tell the viewers, you're villain anyway. So why not have a moustache just to telegraph it, but it was the actors ideas, something he wanted to do something that makes him look less like superman, both injustice league and ear, but the Justice league thing, I want to address MacQuarie came out on that too. They wanted to help Justice league outs and Justice league came and said, can't you see GI on a mustache on Cavill and the paramount being runners went. It's going to cost like nine million dollars to do that. But if you pay the nine million dollars will stop shooting for a little bit and let you have him shaven and then we'll come back and start up. Again, they were going to do that, and then the heads paramount will like you're going to do what for who absolutely fricking not..

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"lahr" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on WXYT CBS Sports Radio 1270

"Never never ever stuck and then a guy name our trail hawkins who played for the bengals and then the who'd he play for the patriots came up with sweet willie and for some reason it stopped and love that have you heard erin lahr dropped a sweet willie all the like jim jackson who will be on the show an hour from now would drop the sweet willie ryan field or now works at abc new york city blows at fox sports one he and jim jackson and don bell and coal right on the other day they would not call me anything other than sweet will lead to the occasional times where chris thompson will be off mcnabb be off it'd just be them and they wouldn't i don't even know how they founded on the tv show but they just really what do you think there was no bill and i'd never had it was very weird they sweet willie i like it can i it will be bad if i start using it i mean those guys still do it'll get old fast i'm not those guys you prefer tom that's fine whatever you care all right i don't get banana shaped your new not new to hear about new to this show i'm trying to figure it out hickey begged me to call them the trace which is like off the air nonstop can you please make a be okay it's weird the trays so we do that 'cause i'm a team player i'm all about being a good guy but tommy benedetta producer tom on twitter great job on the world cup recap ryan underscore hickey three the trace doesn't amazing job and we're lucky enough to have him on the show having this week i think for a few days following on twitter to sportswriter sports not are we know lebron's a laker we're starting to get a clear picture of who's going where we're going to lay out the landscape of the nba winners and losers and where.

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"lahr" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Never never ever stuck and then a guy name our trail hawkins who played for the bengals and then the do you play for the patriots came up with sweet willie and for some reason that stuck in love that i don't have you heard aaron lahr dropped a sweet willie all the so jim jackson who will be on the show an hour from now would draw this week willie ryan field who now works at abc new york city was at fox sports one he and jim jackson and don bell and coal right on the other day they would not call me anything other than sweet willie to the occasional times where chris thompson will be off mcnabb the off if just be them and they wouldn't i don't even know how they found me on the tv show but they just we really what do you think there was no bill and i'd never had it was very weird they sweet willie i like it can i it will be bad if i start using it i mean those guys still do actually it'll get old fast i'm not those guys you prefer tom that's fine whatever you care all right i'm shave your new not new to hear about new to the show in front of it out hickey begged me to call them the trace which is like off the air nonstop can you please make a be okay it's weird the trays so we do that because i'm a team player i'm all about being a good guy but tommy benedetto producer tom on twitter great job on the world cup recap ryan underscore hickey three the trace does an amazing job when we're lucky enough to have him on the show having this week i think for a few days follow him on twitter to sportswriter sports reit are we know lebron's a laker we're starting to get a clear picture of who's going where we're going to lay out the landscape of the nba winners and losers and where they say on next on cbs sports radio.

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"lahr" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on AP News

"Flip i'm jackie quinn sales of outdoor equipment are slipping as millennials dr changes in us consumer habits analysts say millennials are favoring close and sporting goods that are less specialized in more versatile market research company npd group says industry retail sales totalled eighteen point nine billion from december 2016 through november of 2017 down six percent from the previous 12month and pds senior adviser for the sports industry says millennials are less likely than the previous generations to demand outdoor gear that stands up to extreme conditions to trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there is no sign of the thieves the trailers had four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was found saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lahr also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward reports of vehicle exhaust tests on monkeys and even humans by german his car industry have been condemned by the german government and the current head of folks fog and one of the automakers involved in the test as vw still works to recover from its own emission tests scandal chairman hansdietrich perch called the tests involving monkeys totally incomprehensible a spokesman for germany's chancellor angela merkel said the tests can in no way be ethically justified and.

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"lahr" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on AP News

"Fighting piracy it sees the goal of a weeklong joint exercise between malaysia's maritime agency in japan's coastguard the exercise will also focus on search and rescue operation the malaysian maritime enforcement agency says the japanese coastguard sent a patrol vessel and more than fifty crew for the exercise it also says one of two patrol vessels given to malaysia by japan will also be included the agency said in a statement monday that this is the third such exercise in five years to help build capacity because robbery it see and crossborder maritime crime remain a significant threat in malaysia's maritime zone two trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there is no sign of the thieves the trailer said four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was bound saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lahr also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward sales of outdoor equipment are slipping as millennials dr changes in us consumer habits analysts say millennials are favoring closed and sporting goods that are less specialized.

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"lahr" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Henry and his cousin stunning in lahr now had got themselves into a fight over a girl with another group of young guys from the neighborhood all three of them were armed when they came down to the basketball courts here where anthony thomas just a few years older than henry was playing basketball with his brother and cousin henry did fire his gun he says he shouted into the air to scare the other guys off but his older cousin more now short anthony thomas dead or now danny and henry were all convicted a first degree murder more all given alta matic life without parole sentences uh i expect is uh i will be charged slow basically mindful all day you know other quiet that i had side to kill anybody there the worst thing that i could be a charge for is having a you know basically reckless useful fire when you suddenly realised that you were facing life in prison fewer rely for fear an old where was enough that they saw explain to be dead if convicted document i go to prison for the rest of my life i think it added b a good ten o o years uh let's take that i realized you know 'cause i took a long meeting mmediately when i came to a prison and even wants to the law life steel with a complicated and difficult very difficult for me because you talking a person that time to just call to prison and still trying to learn how to read or write comprehensive it just wasn't uh click it you know i still was aware of the serious crime and the ratification of bobby hebert what did like realized that me where you angry oh hours or phrased in any date because i will say wow you know sense of somebody without the possibility of parole at log on average get out of prison i don't die i recall it was yesterday when i first saw called the prison and they suggested the steel door they put me in a single man and the cell phone asked to use the toilets and the the upside down the sake was nasty and it was a very small phil yeah so my so do the rest of my life and i felt like this.

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"lahr" Discussed on Q95

Q95

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on Q95

"At the st louis blues five to three who that's not good now for the cardinals beat the reds eight to seven there you go near second baseball is it's safe it's on the a freaked me out of it oh yes we got a lot of these boards uh although obviously i don't really wanna knows how to do anything no ayatollah i'm just saying i don't think i'd where we need the earliest about no i'm just saying holiday to your attitude hodousek 25 college fan base as i have you just the top four however this is sort of a story las vegas is getting a new hockey team as we know yes old nights and they uh which you uh you had the scoop on one of their players on a hattrick last night oh yep now that's where the haida they wear a hat onto the ice which will have his butler do santiago who is what is accurate and they're already off to a good what is that transi three goals okay asking autos argue the affair question but shine old a new order we have a lot there may not i'm sure would what do you have christie anything interesting a rare yeah good luck christy well i'll read all of these hurricane or of trees down all across florida while that's news operating sidewalks lawns and many falling houses in the wake of that hurricane one operated a tree unearth the casket at a florida selma cherry all treetop pulled over at chapel hill memorial park in lahr prude it twice man question yes sir our when that happens and i remember happened in new orleans while back remember that they were floating down do they have to open a mop or do they is there like a plaque there's a number on they trail yeah like a vin number yeah sort of idea cascarino gotcha okay and the agean goes obviously idea goes because if you open it up or other look like china i know maher more than i showed about let's corpses w well pre one dead digest good timing halloween just around the corner spousal probably have to rebury at everything yeah yeah masri yes did they could you read the first line of that you know there's nothing like putting you out like you have the.

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"lahr" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

Straight Up with Stassi

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"lahr" Discussed on Straight Up with Stassi

"Paleo gluten free lean and clean they even have like breakfast options there's it it it's all about health and it's all about everything being able to be made under 30 minutes so let me explain how it works you go to sun basket dot com slash straight up don't forget that it's not slashed osce it slashed straight up so that's s u n b a s k e t dot com slash straight up and you will see different meals every single week and they're chef inspired meals so say you're having a dinner party and you want to impress your friends or you want to impress your father in laar slaughter in lahr idle fucking know whoever it is that you want to impress in pretend like you actually know how to cook shit you go on the website you pick what meal you want to have you order it for how ever many people you're serving four on the exact day that you want it to be delivered and it will arrive at your door in a giant insulated box with fresh ingredients that are preportion with very clear directions and you can make these meals in under thirty minutes i mean what's why isn't anybody else doing this i mean who has time to actually like go on pinterest me like oh my god i am throwing a dinner party for my husband spam and like i really want to impress them so i'm going to look up like some creative pinterest options that i'm gonna go to ralf's and then it's like oh wait shit i can't like rouse as an have all the ingredients and then maybe i'll go to gallison's gazans as navin eat either so then you have to go to bristol farms or trader joe's and then all of a sudden can't make the meal that you wanted to make because you're driving around for eight hours trying to find all those ingredients.

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