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The Dan Bongino Show
Tom Fitton: FBI Served Subpoena After Skin Cancer Surgery
"The process is punishment for them idea. I'd So like to welcome to show he's been here before Tom Fitton something happened to you Tom and I got to tell you I was freaked out this by I've warned my audience over and over that it's probably only a matter of time if you're a conservative activist before sadly you get an FBI knock on your door and you unfortunately did tell us what I did I had just gotten back I don't know almost at five o 'clock from skin cancer surgery at night but all day dealing with the procedures lying on the couch and you know an hour an hour and a half later uh it's at night it was November knock at the door was the FBI serving me with a subpoena or two nice FBI agents there male and female they hopefully pointed out that I had an Amazon package so delivered at the time but you know I'm opening the door with a giant bandage on my face and you know of course obviously they probably didn't know I had skin skin cancer surgery that day but when you use process and use a grand jury to go after someone you need to do it for good reasons because you interfere with their lives and you need to have a good reason for doing so so yeah I hold them accountable for messing with my messing with my life and my family's life for no good reason at a sense at a time because I didn't need to do it and of course you know our lawyer you know we had to go out that lawyers and such for me and you know and then of course Judicial Watch eventually got a subpoena document as well and you know said they I could come in and do a proffer and you know what a proffer is like yeah Dan you go in you have your lawyers there you're talking formally to you know to see what they need if I'm truly a witness what's the big deal you know what they did they they pulled the proffer author and
WTOP 24 Hour News
Fresh "Last Night" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Took over the city school system and he says a different political climate is one reason why he chose this job over other opportunities that had come his way in Largo, John Dome and WTOP News. Sports at 25 and 55 powered by Red River technology decisions aren't black and white think red. And that's time with Rob. Yeah almost about 30 minutes away from Patrick Corbin taking the first pitch against the Diamondbacks but a guy who threw some errant pitches last night getting sent down to the minors. Erasmo Ramirez designated for assignments at AAA Rochester and if you heard Dave Martinez after last night's awful relief appearance you kind of saw it coming. He's trying really hard right now so we just got to get him calmed down and I think thank you so much up there and just get him get him back in a good direction. He's just overthinking things. Corey was Abbott called up from Rochester to take his place in the bullpen. Day two of Commander's mandatory mini camp. It's a key season for test sweat he's in the final year of his rookie contract. It's on my mind but really when I'm when I'm out there with the guys I'm not really thinking about Just that. think about really getting it done with my boys and just having fun with them. So yeah. Was training away from here related to that
CoinDesk Podcast Network
Markets Mixed as Debt Ceiling Bill Could Threaten Liquidity
"Bitcoin, Ether, and other top tokens are down, and markets trading mixed, but mostly lower. Traders of risk assets broadly, though, are paying close attention to ongoing movement towards a multi -year suspension of the U .S. debt ceiling in a deal that has both Democrat and Republican members of the Business As Usual club declaring victory. The agreement passed the House last night with majority support and now heads to the where it's expected to pass as well, before being signed into law by U .S. President Joe Biden. You might think that with uncertainty around that threat and default likely to soon be over, that risk assets would be hopeful, but that's not exactly how things may work out. Once a suspension is signed into law, a few things are expected to happen. First, the U .S. Treasury will have to refill its almost completely depleted Treasury General account, also known as the TGA, which means selling some $500 billion worth of debt into the financial system, which means they will be extracting that much cash. This is likely to hit risk assets in particular, as they tend to be more sensitive to liquidity conditions than safer plays such as bonds and many groups of equities, macroanalyst Noel Acheson said, continuing, The Treasury drawing down its account at the Fed was one of the tailwinds for the market earlier this year. As money that would normally just sit there was put into the economy in the form of government expenditures, Acheson explained. She continued, Now the reverse is likely to happen. The government needs to replenish the account balance by issuing debt which will draw liquidity out of the market and back into the Treasury's
News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
Fresh update on "last night" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"I chose the Constitution, and I always will. North Dakota's Governor Doug Burgum announcing his bid today and last night, former Governor Chris Christie kicked off his campaign. Another 4 ,000 have fled homes in Ukraine after the dam burst from an explosion this week, flooding in areas occupied by Russia. ABC's Tom Sufi Burrage is in Zaporichia, not far from Europe's largest nuclear plant that relies on river water to cool reactors. The UN is saying in a couple of days maybe there won't be enough water to keep supplying the nuclear power plant, but because the nuclear power plant is running way below its capacity, that means that it can actually keep going on its other reserves water of for a matter of months. So I think that's one reassuring bit of news for now. The investigation
AP News Radio
Canha, Carrasco lead Mets to 4-1 win over slumping Phillies
"Mark canna and Carlos Carrasco led the mets to a four one win over the Phillies. Can I highlighted New York's 5 hit attack with a two run Homer in the third inning and a two run single in the fourth, both Aaron nola. He entered the night hitting just two 33. Sometimes it clicks and it doesn't necessarily mean that you get two hits and have a great night. I think sometimes it clicks and you have some bad luck in the pitcher makes like really good pitches and you go over four. Carrasco scattered 6 hits over 6 innings. Blanking the fills after a bundle Sosa's Homer in the first inning. Nola lost despite allowing just four hits over 6 frames. I'm Dave ferry.
Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
Fresh update on "last night" discussed on Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"An update on sports from the Beacon Here's Eric Heintz. The Mariners look for a short sweep today as they conclude their two game series in San Diego with a pod race. Last night, Logan Gilbert pitched seven innings to lead the M's past the Padres 41 to snap a three game losing streak. Coach Kirby George gets the start at 110 with mandatory Seahawks mini camp underway. Last season's returning players are how now working with rookies and newly signed free agents. A new pair of teammates on the practice field and in the meeting room are biggest the in the showroom ,EL Zach
AP News Radio
The latest in sports
"EP sports, I'm Josh rowntree, a busy night on the diamond and we start in Canada where the Blue Jays dropped the brewer 7 two. Alejandro Kirk and Vladimir Guerrero junior each had three hits and Kevin biggio had a pair and drove in a run. In Seattle, the Yankees beat the Mariners tend to Aaron judge homered for a third straight game in Houston, the Astros topple the twins 5 one as Alex Bregman, hit his 7th home run of the year. The Orioles dropped the guardians 8 5 Anthony Santander with three hits and three RBIs got our Henderson also drove in three runs. The Padres topped the Marlins 9 four, the rangers out slugged the tigers ten 6 Cincinnati edge Boston 9 8 things to Jose barrero Grand Slam. The mets blank the Phillies to nothing, St. Louis got by the royals two one, while the cubs beat the rays by the same score. The Dodgers beat Washington 9 three and a big change to one of the NBA's marquee franchises, bob Myers departing as president and GM of the Golden State Warriors after winning four titles in an 8 year span. I'm Josh Brown tree, AP sports.
Fresh "Last Night" from Sound ON
"Up to it the the sun is rising yeah I died when I was 14 strange choice of first line but now so can anybody make a dent Chris Christie doing it his own way with his town hall last night where he repeatedly attacked Donald Trump over everything including the nation's debt here did this you hear reason this is going to be different this part sir is because at least one of us is gonna call call him on the fact that eight years ago he stood on the stage in New Hampshire and said he was going to balance the budget in in four years and he left with the biggest deficit of any president in American history that was one of the nicest things he said about him last night yeah he he definitely didn't mince words to Joe and it kind of speaks to this whole idea of the kamikaze candidate like he's just in this thing to knock Donald Trump down as many pegs as he possibly can he did though push back against that idea last night he did let's how see he put it you know I love this I've seen some of the press coverage of me getting ready to run and there's this thing like Christie doesn't really care about winning all he cares about doing is destroying Trump now let me ask you something how are those two things mutually exclusive I mean seriously so he's going for the win he says the only lane is through Trump and there's probably something to that well the Libby's adding a couple of more names here you know well at least one more who hasn't filed yet can we bring living in Libby Cantrell from Pimco welcome back Libby it's great to have you is the governor of Virginia jumping in here Hi how are you I just want to first start out by saying how much I appreciate the fact that you continue
Debt Ceiling News Pumps BTC
"Let's go straight into some market talk. Is it all around what's happened with the debt ceiling, do we think? Or is there a bit more to it? I'm not sure, but that news about the debt ceiling has really pushed up all asset classes, and Bitcoin had a bit of a shakeout last week. Even you had a bit of a panic sell trace, but we're back to the races now. Police. I don't know if I had a panic sell. Come on. We're back to the pre -sell -off levels. I guess it was the debt ceiling, which you can give a bit of an update to. Let's talk about that. Crypto prices had a nice little pump on Sunday night with the news that the US lawmakers had ended their stalemate over the government's debt ceiling debate. As part of the deal agreed between President Joe Biden and Republican House Speaker Kevin McCarthy, the plans are a 30 % tax on crypto mining also has been shelved as part of this deal. So I think what exactly was the deal as well? There's no debt ceiling until January 2025? I mean, that's interesting. It's the kicking the can down the road scenario that every country is doing basically, but particularly America has been leading the way for well over a decade. I'm certainly no financial expert, but what I do know is if you keep printing money, money is going to be useless. Absolutely. We've been on the way there for a long time. I'm sure that's why many people are in crypto. I didn't see this coming. I thought they'd sort of let what needs to happen happen, but how much further can they go? They sort of keep making their own rules and, like I said, keep kicking the can down the road. So the inevitable will happen at one point or another. All they're doing is, in my opinion, making what will inevitably happen
Fresh update on "last night" discussed on Sound ON
"Already been to the Red. They are. Why wait? Absolutely. Get your photo op. Yeah, well listen, I'm looking forward to getting up there and I want to spend some time with you when we do, Andrew Smith. Many thanks for giving us a primer here with three more names on the list. The director of the University of New Hampshire he's Center, one of the good ones. Andrew Smith with us here helping us get prepared for the, can I call it that? At least for the Republicans, the first in the nation primary. You can't call it that for the Democrats though. That gets far more complicated. I'm Joe Matthew in Washington. This is Bloomberg Sound On. There we go with some music. Coming up next, we assemble our panel Lisa Camuso -Miller and Jim Kessler with us as dig we through what we heard last night from Chris Christie, these ads today from Pence and Burgum, and who else might be about to jump in. That's next. This is Bloomberg. Bloomberg radio on demand and in your podcasting. On
AP News Radio
Santander's big night (3 hits, 3 RBIs) helps Orioles outlast Guardians 8-5
"Kyle Gibson pitched into the 6th inning during his 7th win in the offense scored 7 runs in the first two winnings as the Orioles beat the guardians 8 to 5. Anthony Santander and Gunnar Henderson each drove in three runs, Henderson said the early runs for Gibson took the pressure off. Oh, it's great to get runs early on the board 'cause that gives your pitchers some lingers and went out there and did his thing and then had tough a few hits at the end, but he went out there and pitched well and both been closed it down. Cal quantrill gave up all 8 runs over four and a third to fall to two and four Felix Bautista earned his 14th save. Craig heist Baltimore.
Mediaite's Colby Hall Triggered by Levin's Interview With Trump
"Groups like this mediocre media very upset with my interview with Trump So upset that sun guy named Colby I think it's a guy could be a gal I have no idea Not once but twice he was very upset He took to the pages if you will a mediaite which is founded by Dan Abrams you can't miss him He's the guy that has a squirrel glued to his head And very upset About the way I interviewed Trump Now they are a little slow in the uptake there Of course they suck up to Joe Scarborough they suck up the Biden the suck up all the usual rat finks and reprobates My goal in interviewing Trump was to let him speak Not in a rectum and not speak for him So the people could hear what he had to say Not what I had to say And that's how I do my interviews Which is why we're number one on sunny night usually we're number one on Sunday and Saturday night Often we're number one on the whole weekend So you keep doing what you're doing mediocre right And your dusty mom's basements and I'll do what I do Which is interview people for the purpose of actually letting them speak There was a time when I was growing up that that was a good thing That's what we did But today now But the real suck ups are over there in meteorite
AP News Radio
The NBA Finals are set: It's the Heat and the Nuggets for the Larry O'Brien Trophy
"The Miami Heat champions of the Eastern Conference even after getting in only as the number 8 seed will take on the top seeded Western Conference champion Denver Nuggets in the NBA Finals. The heat got there by winning game 7 of the east title series in Boston Monday night. It came one year to the day after the Celtics won a game 7 on Miami's floor to claim the east crown. Meanwhile, the nuggets swept the LA Lakers in the west finals to claim their first finals birth in franchise history. The series opens Thursday in Denver. I'm geffen coolbaugh.
The Dan Bongino Show
Remembering Dan Bongino's Grandfather, A WWII Hero
"My grandfather wasn't an Omaha He was at Utah beach but he fought in the Battle of the Bulge He named my father John after a battle buddy of his who was killed in combat And when I graduated the Secret Service academy we didn't have a lot of money so we all stuffed into one room and double tree in Alexandria Virginia my grandparents came down you know we had like cots and everything We just didn't have a lot of dough So we couldn't afford another room So my grandfather stayed in the room with us and I stayed on the couch and in the middle of it of course he gave them the bed and in the middle of the night my grandfather got up and yelled really loud It was really odd I don't know two 3 o'clock in the morning And nobody responded but me I just was kind of like are you okay Everybody else just slept through it and got up and went right back to sleep and was interesting The next morning I think I said to my dad I said what was that about Or maybe it was my grandmother I said what happened with grandpa I said why do you do Oh yeah he has bad memories from the war when he came back from World War II You know sometimes he'll get up at night and he'll scream and it's because he's having some kind of nightmare and he just goes back to sleep Those are the sheep dogs Those are the men and women who have decided to raise a right hand and pledge allegiance to the United States serving combat and leave a piece of themselves behind for you My grandfather did that Never talked about it by the way ever I remember when Sabin private Ryan came out I asked him about his experiences in combat and more and he never said anything He didn't want to talk about it The silence there was deafening at times Showed you what they'd been through
AP News Radio
Sleepless in Kyiv: Nighttime Russian air campaign terrorizes citizens in Ukrainian capital
"Russia has unleashed one of its biggest air strikes on Kyiv since the war began as the Ukrainian city suffers its second overnight assault in a row. Officials say its defense forces have shot down more than 40 targets during what Kyiv's mayor of Vladimir Klitschko describes as another difficult night in the capital. Ukraine's air force claims to have shot down 37 out of 40 Russian launched cruise missiles and 29 out of 35 drones, the latest wave of Russian strikes on the city come as Ukraine prepares to launch a counteroffensive to reclaim areas that Russian forces have taken. I'm Lauren Brooks
AP News Radio
AP News Summary at 10:47 a.m. EDT
"AP sports, I'm get cool bought Derrick white scored on a putback with one tenth of a second left and the Boston Celtics moved to the brink of the greatest comeback in NBA playoffs history, holding off the Miami Heat one O four one O three Saturday night to force a game 7 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Jayson Tatum had 31 points and jaylen Brown 26 for the Celtics who became only the fourth NBA team to erase a three O deficit in a best of 7 series and force a deciding game 7 played Monday in Boston. In other NBA news, the bucks are finalizing a deal to make Adrian Griffin their head coach after spending the last 5 seasons as a raptors assistant. Stanley Cup playoffs tied to scored twice in a span of one minute, 27 seconds, midway through the third period and the Dallas stars beat the Vegas golden knights four to two to stay alive in the Western Conference final Dallas host game 6 Monday down three two and engulf PGA Tour rookie Harry hall from England and Adam shank shared the 54 hole lead at colonial. Gethin kuba AP sports.
AP News Radio
White's putback as time expires lifts Celtics past Heat, forces Game 7 in East finals
"The Celtics had become just a 14 team in NBA history to force a game 7 after being down three games to none. Derrick white scored on a putback with one tenth of a second left to give Boston a one O four one O three went over the heat in game 6, tying the series at three games each. White says after he inbounded the ball to Marcus smart on the Celtics final possession, he was left unguarded. Smart flash hit him and there really was nobody on me. So I just faced to the corner and then when he shot it, just try to crash, ball came to me. I made a shot. The Celtics will try to become the first NBA team to win a series after being down three games to none when they host game 7 Monday night. I'm Mike Hempen
AP News Radio
Debt ceiling talks making progress, McCarthy says, as deadline nears
"Talks have narrowed toward reaching a budget deal as the deadline for avoiding a potentially catastrophic debt default approaches. I thought we made progress last night. As he entered the capitol. We got to make more progress now. House speaker Kevin McCarthy said there is more work to do in reaching an agreement with White House negotiators, both sides are getting closer on a two year deal that would both curb federal spending and lift the debt ceiling. We know it's a crunch time. The Treasury Department warns it could run out of money to pay the nation's debts as soon as next Thursday. McCarthy and President Biden are hoping to reach a compromise this weekend. Sagar Meghani, Washington.
AP News Radio
Scarred by war, Ukrainian children carry on after losing parents, homes and innocence
"UNICEF says an estimated 1.5 million Ukrainian children are at risk of depression, anxiety, and other mental health issues. In lviv near the border with Poland, Ukrainian children dance with adults trying to bring some joy in wartime, one of the kids playing 9 year old Andrea recalls the day their house was shelled in Ukraine's eastern Donetsk region. We ran out of the house but everything was in a white fog. I was wounded right there, then we didn't see dad. When the fog lifted, he found his father on the porch, motionless and covered in blood, after being struck by a Russian projectile, their foster mother, Nina poliakova, told the AP and three is usually calmer than his sister Olga, but that's. At night, there are still births. Sometimes they are screaming hundreds of kids have been killed in Ukraine for the survivors, the wide ranging trauma is certain to leave psychological scars that will follow them into adolescence and adulthood. I am Karen Chammas
AP News Radio
Joe Pavelski scores in OT, Stars beat Golden Knights 3-2 to avoid West sweep
"The stars have forced a game 5 in the Western Conference Finals by rallying to beat the golden knights three two and overtime. Joe pavelski furnished the game winner on a power play three 18 into the extra session. Vegas was less than two and a half minutes from completing a four game sweep when Jason Robertson scored his second goal of the night and fourth of the series. Jake gottinger stopped 37 shots and bouncing back from a poor start in game three. William Carlson and Jonathan marsh is so scored for the knights who could wrap up the series at home on Saturday. I'm Dave ferry.
AP News Radio
Celtics thrive on 3s, beat Heat 110-97 in Game 5 to extend East finals
"Derrick white had 24 points, including 6 three pointers and the Boston Celtics dominated Miami Heat won ten 97 on Thursday night in game 5 to extend the Eastern Conference Finals. You can go top to bottom of someone that hit a big shot at a crucial time. And they're a good team. They're always going to come back and attack us. So we can never be satisfied. Jason Tatum and jaylen Brown finished with 21 points apiece as the Celtics claim their second straight win and trim Miami series lead to three two. Duncan Robinson scored 18 points for Miami which host game 6 Saturday. Geffen kuba, Boston
AP News Radio
Body-cam footage shows indicted ex-police officers laughing at man who died in their custody
"Authorities in Jackson, Mississippi have released body cam footage that shows several police officers joking. After they repeatedly used a taser on a black man who died in their custody. It begins as a trespassing call at a Jackson Mississippi hotel on New Year's Eve. Can you understand me? Don't put your hand back here. It ends with the death of key muriel. Officers are seen struggling to get both of his hands in handcuffs. And he's zapped repeatedly with a taser. And deprived of medical attention for about an hour. The three officers are charged in his death, but that night they joke about the incident. Strong as an ox. One officer describes this struggle as funny at first, and then says it got annoying. But it was funny, and Mississippi grand juries indicted two of the former police officers on murder counts and another on a manslaughter charge. I'm Jackie Quinn
AP News Radio
Typhoon Mawar batters Guam, and 'what used to be a jungle looks like toothpicks'
"Typhoon mawar has battered the U.S. Pacific territory of Guam, leaving much of the island without power and utilities. As lightning flashed across one's night sky, heavy rain pummeled cars outside residents homes. In a video posted on social media, a sheath of metal ripped from a roof by the typhoon could be seen flying around in the wind. Meteorologists Landon eyelets described the scene Guam residents were waking up to after typhoon moi's and welcome visits. We're looking at our door and what used to be a jungle looks like toothpicks. It looks like a scene from the movie twister with trees just thrashed apart. Guam governor Lou Leon Guerrero declared the all clear. We have weathered the storm the worst has gone by. She warned, however, more strong winds would follow, I am Karen Chammas
"last night" Discussed on The Slowdown
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The Dan Patrick Show
"last night" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Here comes the start one time Julius Randle scored the 23rd, 50 point game this season, but as Nick still lost. That's a 5th time this year the team with a 50 plus tour has lost and including last night for those players had a negative plus or minus for the game. Lets you stat of the day. Thank you, Andrew. More phone calls coming up. We'll talk to Chris Simms his quarterback rankings going into the NFL Draft, some surprises their Michigan state head coach, Tom izzo, a little later on. And we hope to hear from John smoltz the Hall of Famer about the world baseball classic. It comes down to Japan against the United States and this is the matchup you want. We'll take a break, our play of the day is up next. 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What do we go back to 2014 when he was in the playoffs? 2014, the last time Mike Trout appeared in the postseason. Yeah, so now he goes, I would love it if Shohei Ohtani was pitching tonight. But he's not, not scheduled to now he may come in and relieve. And Japan's best pitcher or one of their best pitchers is it Roku sasaki roki sasaki sasaki. 21 years old and of his first 20 pitches last night, all of whom were 99 miles an hour or faster. Yeah. Now, how does this work with teams who want to buy him and bring him to the United States? It's exactly that. It's not a trade or anything like that. He's not a free agent could just join a team. Everyone's interested in it. You imagine if you traded somebody like the Yankees traded somebody and then sent him over to Japan. That'd be great. Well, maybe except for the guy who's got to go to Japan instead of playing Major League Baseball. Remember the Yankees and dice came after guys like that back in the day that Red Sox they had to pay to even talk to them and you basically paying for the rights to drive. Hideki rabu was the big one. Yeah. And then didn't Steinbrenner call him a big fat toad, I think. He was a big deal, I don't know if he's a big fat toad, but I think George Steinbrenner referred to him as that. You had him Hideki matsui. Hideo nomo, Marv just mentioned him. And dice came matsuzaka was the guy who played for the Red Sox made to pay a huge fee. What is it like 40, $50 million? Correct is about $40 million. For the rights to sign him. And then you pay him. And then you have to pay him. Sasaki is going to be expensive. And he's young, what is he you said 21? Yeah, he's 21. He's good. The breakout star of the whole thing. Yeah. USA versus Japan coming up tonight. Tom and North Carolina. Hi Tom, what's on your mind? Good morning, Dan. Hey, John. Yeah, you were talking about earlier about Cam Newton saying that he was better than 32 other or better than 31 or the quarterback. Whatever the number was. Could he actually be better than the four quarterbacks on the Carolina Panthers? I mean, he's a stay in favor in Charlotte. Do I think he's better? I'd have to see him play. I don't know how healthy he is. And Carolina is going to have the number one pick. Is he better than Bryce young? Or CJ Stroud? No. And we saw him when he came back and he lost all 5 of his starts there. Plus, if you're going to bring him in, this is the hard part. This was always the hard part for teams with Tim Tebow. You didn't want the backlash of cutting him. And if you brought him in, you knew you were going to get a lot of coverage, and he was too popular to have him be a backup quarterback. And then when we suggested try to be a tight end, an HVAC, and then he eventually came around to that after baseball with the Jags, and then they eventually cut him. Let's see, Patrick in
"last night" Discussed on Filmspotting
"Of champions work where frannie is the more reserved, rational, she feels a certain way, but she holds it all in and doesn't act on her impulse as the least until she meets ruffalo's character and her sister is the opposite of that. And she nails it with a line that just feels like a summation line of a lot of campaigns characters to me. She says about Jennifer Jason Lee's character that you live out of your unconscious. And the best or most interesting champion characters I think do. Or they walk that line where they're constantly just crossing over into that unconscious. You know another bit of dialog that captures exactly that is when franny asks Jennifer Jason Lee's character, would you trust a guy who gets blow jobs in bars and how quickly she answers yes. It's like there's not a gap in between the question and the answer. No. It's to the same thing you're talking about. And also the funniest line in the movie actually by far is when Ryan asks her how many appointments did you make last week for the doctor the very doctor that she's clearly chasing and at some point basically stalking and she goes 11. And that actually did make me laugh out loud. Talk about someone so living out of their unconscious, so acting on their desires. Yeah. And again, unlike her, half sister, not someone who just reads about her desires or kind of studies them or writes about them, but lives it. She doesn't even pretend to be kind of a normal patient who, you know, I don't know what we thought she'd say to that, but maybe over the course of 7 days she makes like three appointments, maybe four, and you're like, what are you doing? This is going to look suspicious. No, she's made 11 appointments. And franny speaks to that later, I think when she tells her, I'm scared of what I want. So she's, you know, kind of saying I'm scared to live the way you do. I think is what is what she's essentially getting at there. And the thing I love about that relationship is just sort of the acceptance frannie has of Jennifer Jason Lee's character. You know, of the way, maybe if they were, I don't know. If they were full sisters, would she feel the urge to be more protective? I mean, they seem very close. She definitely cares for her. But some of those scenes between the two women of just working through this dangerous world of men completely different ways. I thought where some of the best scenes in the film. Yeah, for sure. And we mentioned ruffalo. I agree Ryan is very good here. And I think I'm with you. I didn't think I was caught up on America's sweetheart Meg Ryan back in 2003. But I think I might have just been so stunned by her character's sexuality, frankly, that I'm not sure I really was able to process it as a performance and watching it this time. I really was able to see the layers to it. The frustrating nature of her character in a lot of ways, how much she withholds, and then other times how much she expresses, but Ryan never does that in a boring way at all. And ruffalo here, you're right about him. He's a character who is vile. He is someone we shouldn't really be drawn to at all. We definitely don't want Ryan's character to be drawn to him the way she is, or we know that there is danger there. And yet you can't help somehow but be drawn into his kind of crude honesty. I mean, she never fully trusts him and calls him out on that a lot. But at the same time, her behavior towards him is as if she believes everything he says. She actually processes it as if she believes it. But her brain telling her that maybe she shouldn't actually, I wanted to orient myself with what some of the critics at the time did say about this movie and I read ebert's review. And wow, did he just have a perfect line to describe ruffalo and his performance? And really, he's just talking about the character. But he says, James is the kind of man who talks about sex in a way that would be offensive if he didn't deliver so skillfully.
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"To see you there. Thank you, gentlemen, for letting me come on and talk about this and hopefully next year much like the festival will be back to where we were and I'll get to come in and see your wonderful faces. Thanks a lot, guys, bye. Thanks to Steve for filling us in on the line up there. A lot of good stuff, Adam, is there a title road to that, especially jumps out at you, thief I imagine. That's one I've never seen thief. So I might have to stay up late and make that midnight streaming, but how about you? Yeah, there are all sorts of titles and Steve did highlight a few of them. Thief right there near the top of the list actually seeing that on the big screen, seeing that in 35 millimeter would be fantastic have only seen it on DVD, red rocket Steve mentioned as well. We're always going to be interested in the latest film from Sean baker. Of course, of the Florida project and tangerine. But a couple other films that did stand out to me Josh were precession, which is the new documentary from Robert Greene, a really fascinating filmmaker who made keep plays Christine back in 2016 in bisbee 17 in 20 18, both movies that weave together, nonfiction with fiction or these elements of reenactments in the case of Kate plays Christine, an actress portraying a real person for a project that person, the newscaster, Christine chubbuck, who killed herself on air and procession is a film about survivors who are seeking justice having survived sexual abuse by Catholic priests. I don't know whether the film is going to have that same stylistic approach or not that those other films I mentioned have had, but I'm curious about any film that Robert Greene does. What about you? Yeah, for me, you know, it's the, as I mentioned, but also red rocket. We're getting to that time of the year where we got to start thinking about our top ten lists and that sort of stuff. And I would not be doing my due diligence if I did not see the newest Sean baker before considering such a list. So I've got this list going and unrealistic one of all the movies I feel like I need to see before the year runs out and red rocket is at the top for me. I think it's at the top for me as well, but a very close second. Obviously, for both of us has to be the power of the dog. Of course, the latest Jane campion. I know we're going to have some other chances to see it, but 9 30 p.m. on that opening night. So after the lost daughter, which Steve mentioned, Maggie Gyllenhaal's directing debut starring Olivia Coleman following that is the latest from Jane campion. Our whole review has been building up to this Josh. So some great films playing this year's Chicago critics film festival, which does run again November 12th through the 14th for tickets and information, go to Chicago, critics, film festival dot com. Next week for us Adam will get to Chloé Zhao's eternals, which comes to theaters. This weekend looks like from what I've seen, the MCU stands have their work cut out for them. This one has not fared well with critics so far. There have been some outliers. I know Dave Chen, friend of the show. Dave Chen. He is out there defending it, at least once a day on Twitter. But for the most part, people have not been too kind of this. So I don't know. Maybe that'll help our experience lower our expectations and let us be surprised. Well, I did see the trailer playing before Last Night in Soho, this past weekend, and it's sufficiently lowered my expectations as well. Yeah. We will also get to the final film in our Jane campion overview. It is 2009s of bright star, though, really the penultimate film as we're building up as I said to the power of the dog. Bright star is in fact the last gene campion feature film we have until power the dog. It's been over a decade since she has given us a film, bright star is a movie about the relationship between poet John Keats, played by Ben whishaw and Fannie Braun, who's played by Abby Cornish. My notes tell me that this is the first film in our overview that we reviewed on the show. I gave it four stars. Well not we being you, Josh, you weren't part of the show yet. But on episode two 89, I gave it four stars. I would love to tell you that I have any recollection whatsoever of having reviewed bright star here on the show. I was sure I had not reviewed any Jane campion film. Well, it was a while ago, so I don't blame you for that. I believe I was positive on it as well when it came out, not that high. So this though should be a good experience for both of us getting a chance to revisit right star. Definitely. Also next week we'll have the results from the current film spotting poll, inspired by eternals. It posits this scenario. The director of an upcoming MCU film will be a recent winner of the film spotting golden brick award who should it be. The options we gave you are the winners of the last 5 golden bricks. The award we give to the overlooked or underseen film of the year from a new or emerging director. So those choices were Darius martyr, who made Sound of Metal, Joe Talbot, the last black man in San Francisco, kogan Ada, who made Columbus, Ana rose Homer, the Fitz or Bing Lu who made minding the gap. And we kind of expected this. Some negative folks in the comments who just resent the very premise of the question that has us dooming is promising young filmmakers to the marvel stable. And maybe also not a surprise to find Darius martyr in the lead. I don't know. It could be chalked up to recency bias. It was, as we noted, the film that did just win the film spotting gold and breakfast past year and also it did get a lot of attention from the academy, but maybe others just feel. Someone like Darius martyr and that material somehow is best suited for marvel. Josh, I don't know, and I won't know until I read the comments next week on air. Sounds like we're making film spotty nation grumpy with this one, huh? We've done our job. It wouldn't be a deeply flawed film spotting poll if there wasn't some grumpiness and angst. You can vote now and leave a comment, even.
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"I wear a $150 slacks. I wear silk shirts. Our $800 suits. Our gold watch our perfect D flawless three carrot ring. I changed cars like other guys changed their shoes. I'm a thief. I've been in prison, all right? So what? I James con there with Tuesday Weld in thief. Michael Mann's 1981 feature directing debut. It has a special 40th anniversary screening in 35 millimeter as part of the upcoming Chicago critics film festival. Thief is definitely one of the great Chicago movies a very good to great directing debut in this fest is one we've highlighted over the years on the show. Tried to put some films on the radars of our listeners who maybe aren't in the Chicago area and for the ones who are and can actually participate and buy a ticket. Hope that maybe they'll come out and see some of these movies, the Chicago critics film fest usually runs in May been going on for 7 or 8 years. They took last year off. They're back this year in November, this month. The 12th through the 14th. And longtime listeners know, we often have Steve broco, come on the show, a programmer, the fest and give his highlights, couldn't have him here in person this year, but that didn't mean we couldn't have him. Leave us a voicemail and share some of the films. He is most excited about this year's fest. Hello Adam and Josh and film spotting faithful. This is Steve procope, film critic at third coast review. I'm also the vice president of the Chicago Film Critics Association and for the purposes of this entry. I am also a programmer at the Chicago critics film festival kicking off Friday November 12th with the directing debut of Maggie Gyllenhaal called the loss daughter starring Olivia Colman an amazing film I don't want to even say anything about. There's lots of mystery. There's lots of strangeness. And I think it's easily an Oscar contender for Coleman. On Saturday, November 13th, we got a couple really neat things, including our 7 o'clock slot. We've got Bernstein's wall by the filmmaker Douglas torola, who brought us a documentary a few years ago about the history of National Lampoon. This is a much different film, but equally informative. And there's obviously lots of great music in it too. Also, that Saturday night at midnight, we are playing a 40th anniversary print 35 millimeter print of thief when we announced this on Twitter recently. We got a very nice note from James Caan, thanking us for playing it. So we're going to consider that our stamp of approval, everyone should come out and see that 35 millimeter print. On Sunday, November 14th, we are playing the film jockey that was a big hit at Sundance this year. It's from a first time director named Clint Bentley. More importantly, it's stars Clifton Collins junior who's usually relegated to being a supporting player. He's a great character actor, very unbelievably reliable, usually the highlight of any movie he's in. This one he's the lead closing out the festival this year with red rocket, the latest film from director Sean baker who whose last film was the Florida project. This film is about a down and out male porn star going back home to try to kick start his life again after basically being tossed out of the industry. It is, it is riotous. It is a lot of fun, a lot of desperate moments in it, but it is a very different movie than Florida project or his film before that tangerine. So could not recommend it more highly. In fact, that movie and our opening night film lost daughter are right now they're the two biggest selling films that we've got just in terms of pre sales..
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"Where I went and I think maybe if I remember correctly, there's a digital clock somewhere in the room, but otherwise between the music she's listening to, the posters on her wall, the furniture even her wardrobe, the overall look of it. Everything about the aesthetic and that opening scene, it all suggests this is the 1960s. I was sure that we were watching a film that was actually set in the 1960s in that moment. I can't remember if it is when she gets on the train then to finally go to London to go off to the school of fashion or when she actually arrives that you realize, oh, no, this is the present day. I mean, that was so jarring to me. I think it was her headphones for me. She had. That's it, thank you. It was the beats headphones. See, this is where my inability to take notes in a dark movie theater hurt me here. It was exactly the beats. But that was jarring in a really kind of I'll use the word again thrilling way and it just told you that things are not going to be what they seem to be with this movie. And here's where we can get into a little bit of coincidence spotting too. This film connects so nicely to Jane campion and our series on her films and what we're going to talk about later within the cut, these themes of repression and sexual desire. That moment where it sounds like to you, it went in a direction that wasn't pleasing at all, but where it switches to fantasy first, then horror. And I'm gonna say pure fantasy. It kind of sweet fantasy. This girl going to bed at night and discovering in her dreams that she essentially gets to live the experience that 60s experience that she's always admired and that she's always aspired to live out, that she gets to do that as soon as her head hits the villa that she can become this exotic woman, sandy, played by on your Taylor-Joy that she can be wooed by the handsome man. It really is like she's entering a movie, which makes sense for right, of course, as well, and all of his movie references that as soon as she closes her eyes, it's as if she's now the lead character. She's always wanted to be in the movie of her life. And I was caught up in that rush and then just as you think, okay, maybe it's gonna be that kind of movie. It turns again and it gets dark. And the reality of sandy's experience and how it doesn't match the fantasy that was in sandy's mind or in Ellie's mind? That's where it gets twisted and dark and for me, it was it was fun. Yeah, I think for me, it was not just that they made those turns. That was surprising and fine with that creative decision, but it was the implications of each turn. And in the cut is absolutely a perfect pairing for this because one of the things the movie seems to be interested in in one way at the beginning is a young woman navigating her way through the threatening world of men. The first cab that eloise takes when she arrives in London at first the driver seems friendly, but then he makes a few creepy comments about her potentially being a model. And she has to essentially she flees from the cab because she's not sure what this guy is up to. She sees another guy outside of her dorm room that she's suspicious of. So we get the same sense which we'll talk about in the cut. I'm sure, of a woman's headspace. When men are dominating the physical space in threatening ways. But what I got frustrated by is let's go back to these visions that you were describing, which again, technically right is ingenious in the way he depicts these. Especially when they start to kind of meld identities. I love the shot of sandy at a nightclub. Kind of prancing down the stairs. And then in the mirror behind her, we see eloise watching her. That's just a gorgeous shot, or how about when they're dancing later in that sequence and sandy is twirled by her partner. And someone comes in front of the camera and when she appears again, it's eloise. I mean, this is really intricately handled as you would expect from right. But what I kept what I started asking myself is, okay, there's a couple of possibilities here. Eloise visions are dreams, as you said, fantasies that she's living out, or is she suffering a mental breakdown? Because we learn very early on. This is not a spoiler. I think it's in the opening sequence. She lives with her grandmother and we learn that her mother died by suicide. And her grandmother's expressing great concern that this might be too much for her to go to London on her own because she's struggled with some mental health issues as well. So we have that as an option, right? Maybe this is a mental breakdown. Then as it proceeds, there's the hint that, well, maybe is she being haunted by sandy? Is it not a projection of loes, but is this a spirit haunting her? Now, I'm not saying the movie needed to necessarily be clear about one of those. Ambiguity can be a great strength in films, but again, it goes back to the implications. I think the movie is a little flippant about suicide and kind of using that as an easy emotional hook. And then by the ending, I think it completely undercuts any interesting ideas this movie has about the exploitation of women at the hands of violent men. And I can't say exactly why, because that would spoil things. But I do want to reference a response I saw on letterbox that summed it up way better than I did. When I started putting notes together, this is willow maclay again who I follow on letter box, Willis said, last night's Soho follows the recent trend of a movie trying to do a feminism and ending up neck deep in misogyny instead. I don't know if I had that strong of an impression that it was engaging in misogyny, but it absolutely to me muddled this interesting idea at the top of how eloise is going to navigate this world with both a narrative twist it takes and then again, the thematic implications that has. Yeah, it's tough because I don't want to engage in a debate with someone who isn't here and whose stuff I haven't read on this subject matter. But I would just say, while that reaction doesn't surprise me, and this is really tough because I can't fully explain myself without getting into real spoiler territory here either. It doesn't surprise me because there's a moment at the end where I was starting to question what I thought the movie was trying to really explore. And suggest. And almost immediately after I had that thought, the movie told me what was really on its mind. It completely course corrected. And I actually think that it's all there, and that feels like a misread of the ending of the film to me to suggest that it somehow goes back on what it's really after in terms of the feminist aspect. I know that that is probably pretty vague. Maybe we can get into spoiler talk another time about this movie. Josh, I will also say about the point you made when it comes to the clarity or lack of clarity around her character and her mental breakdown. I just see that and I have no issue with this because it's a Gallo film. That's very clearly what it becomes. It feels appropriate for the type of film that it is. That's really a plot point in the sense that it's both things. It's obviously both things that she is both haunted and she's someone who, if not suffering from mental illness, she's someone who has the grandmother says she feels more deeply and sees things a little more deeply. So that's there for us to understand why other women, other young girls have probably come and gone over the years through that room upstairs in misses Collins home. And none of them have succumbed to being haunted the way eloise has. But Luis has because she's gifted in that way. That's just a Supernatural kind of element of this film in this material, isn't it? Yeah, it's there, but again, it feels just like an element. It doesn't feel like a through line. I think our basic difference here is that you found a lot of clarity and coherency and what this movie wanted to do. And I didn't. And honestly, it stands out for me as a pattern. If you do look at Wright's film. So the screenplay here is by Christie Wilson cairns. Her previous credit is as screenwriter of 1917. The Sam bandos film. And.
"last night" Discussed on Filmspotting
"With the aspiring 1960s singer slash doppelganger who haunts her dreams, not sufficiently sensory for you. You said suspiria was a collection of ghoulish creative impulses, which could apply to Soho, but write story inarguably lax argento's gleeful commitment to gory sadism. It's also almost certainly far more narratively coherent and less campy. Considering that its inspiration, and you're mostly positive response to it, might that in fact be your issue with Soho? Is it possible that the guy who parodied zombie movies rift on the screen's best buddy cops and staged one of the most electric bank heist slash car chase opening scenes ever? Just isn't having enough bloody fun here. Well, suspiria is certainly a telling touchstone to point to when it comes to this movie. I can't say that I held it up in my mind as I was watching Last Night in Soho, even though I was aware that it was an influence on this film. I don't think Last Night in Soho needs more camp. I don't think it needs more absurdity. I mean, it's certainly a sensory experience. I think what it needs and it's not necessarily because suspiria is a great example of this. I just think it needs more coherency. I mean, you said you didn't know what you were getting into when you went to see this atom. Did the movie know what it was giving us? Do you get a strong sense that from the script to the direction, even to the performances to a degree that everyone was on the same page here? Because this thing is just a jumble. Of influences that did not come together for me really at all. And I'm going to sound really down on this film, which is probably going to be a little too strong, but I got to say this was one of the most tiresome experiences I've had in theater this year. Maybe I was just being crabby on that day. But as soon as it started to abandon some of its interesting early ideas seemed to forget really about Thomas and Mackenzie's character as anything more than this figure to process through increasingly outlandish and very sensory set pieces. I just kind of gave up on it and felt overwhelmed by the sensory elements in a way I never was with suspiria. I think, you know, again, not that suspiria definitely had one coherent idea. People have pulled many different themes out of that film. I don't know that it's any one thing that is clear on the screen except maybe the color red. I think that's the guiding idea behind suspiria and certainly we get nods to that with the use of red in Soho. But at least it had its own bonkers vision and the vision here is all over the place. I can maybe go into a little bit more in terms of exactly what I mean. And some of the three different movies, I think this is trying to be. But that's kind of where I was. It was a very, very difficult watch. Which absolutely surprised me because big fan of writes other stuff. Yeah, it surprises me too because I didn't find it tiresome at all, and I didn't find it a jumble at all, honestly. I found the way it evolved in terms of its story structure and character development to be pretty natural, I suppose, or pretty organic and overall, I thought the movie was pretty thrilling. And I do think some of it has to do with that lack of expectation going in. I know there were probably lots of people who didn't like the movie who went in in a similar state as I did, but there was something to say for just being surprised by this movie and being surprised not only in that I had no expectation as I was alluding to that it would actually become a giallo movie. So when it did, that was something I found pretty fascinating. But also, I'm not so attached to write as a filmmaker nor have I studied his films closely. I mean, I think we've talked about all of them are almost all of them here on the show before. But I wasn't attached to any expectations when it comes to his work either. And felt like I needed to see certain things or have certain beats hit and I say that very deliberately because of how rhythmic and how musical his films usually are. And again, I'm telling you my experience here, Josh, I know it's not a case where you were probably trying to compare it to Scott Pilgrim vs. the World or anything else. But for me, it was as if I was experiencing something new and surprising, every moment of this movie and that was actually a good thing and it starts with that beginning where, again, without anything kind of to ground you and you open on eloise in her bedroom at home and the song that's playing and that she's dancing to is Peter and Gordon's a world without love. Where I went and I think maybe if I remember correctly, there's a digital clock somewhere in the room, but otherwise between the music she's listening to, the posters on her wall,.
"last night" Discussed on Cinema Bees
"And the other men are feeling it but they were trained in such a way where it's like almost as if the men know that. She's not accomplishing her. Dream in there specifically doing it like they're using her right which i felt like it wasn't genuine. Yeah 'cause if they would've made like i it's basically portrayed as the men are doing this on purpose instead of just being. Hey i'm in this business and more another one right right like it's portrayed in a way that didn't really fit with like reality and it's supposed to be based on like how men are bad in in today's world and it's just not realistic. Yeah opinion yeah. None of it really made A ton of sense I also just think bottom line at the end of the day like you can't kill like a hundred people am people not notice. I was just like associates. Like cereal. murdered. Man i it. They were bad guys but she's just like serial murderer like one hundred people and they were just like no. It's just crazy this random town in london. Yeah just everyone's just going missing and they also implied that there in the floorboards and in the wall smell so bad at the beginning of the movie. She said that there was garlic. An overwhelming smell of garlic. And that's the only thing i smell. I kind of picked up on that. They never referenced it but if that's what they weren't going for i think that was a really really cool idea and summertime. It smells you have to keep on the plugs closed. Certain number so that makes sense so it kinda explained it a little bit so i once they once. They implied that they were in the floorboards. I was like when they smell and it was like. Oh garlic and i was like okay. Okay that makes sense. I gotta come on. I've been with this but nothing else in the movie was like that. So yeah it wasn't. It wasn't the worst movie ever. I definitely wasn't the best And i just only hope that internals as better. Because i feel like we've had some bad ones last night of course is really good. But you know muscle. Yeah i keep thinking calling said last night last night last duel was obviously really good but That's the best one on. That's my favorite in the air. Because it's like before. We sort of this podcast. We had seen some bangers in like art. Like not like huge bangers but like still one that we were like really really genuinely like excited excited about and we were like all right. This is cool. Glad we saw this and then like three movies in a were like two movies in a row. We are a little bit done. And we're like oh sweet picking up with last wall. Then we're like okay. This is okay. I guess but i. I mean i've heard bad things about journals. It's the lowest. I haven't i know i haven't heard good things either. Lower than toward the dark role. I think marvel's just relying too much on their name. I think they're doing this aiming of disney's falling into their falling short on their content. Because everyone's gonna see anyway just because his marble. And i think this one my prediction is that they're gonna they're gonna rely on the casting too much to save them and not actually enough on the actual good pot. Yeah which is why. I love change so much. Not only name enchaine. She was aquafina And everyone else was. Like i mean the seemingly li if i'm pronouncing that correct he used to be An actor like an actor a model for stock photos. I'm screaming. there are so many memes of him found every single stock photo. He's ever been installed funny office clothes and stuff..
"last night" Discussed on Cinema Bees
"Yeah i know our mother really really wants to watch guerrilla we just keep forgetting nelly. Just kept ignoring her. We'll do that. We'll do that. Swing maybe like mentioned on the next episode more. Follow up if we watch that but anyway do you want to go ahead and get into last night and so we got a lot to say so why not. There's not going to be any spoilers right now but we will Monica's going to give a quick synopsis of what you'd like find out from like looking on i. I am db or from the trailers. Yeah i'm gonna give you a spoiler free. I'm just general plot description since you know what we're talking about so basically it is about this girl named ellie. Louise and she moved to london and go to fashion school and she kind of sees the dead somehow. She has visions of the dead of the past. It's not really clear about the movie based level toughening and she ends up living in this room where she sees the girl who previously lived in this room and see basically sees her life basically that she sees this girl in the sixties. This milly test is set in modern day. London modern day soho. She sees this girl's life from one thousand nine hundred sixty s and she's kind of living ashur living through her and kind of seeing her life unfold and some dramatic stuff happens Anyone that's basically what's happening in the girl she seeing is sandy. So it's l. Kind of seeing sandy's life unfold when she sleeps so like in her dreams Another thing that like the kind of advertise that they kind of advertised as a horror is a label psychological horror in his labeled psychological horror and the least horror. Movie horror or horror. Horror movie that i've ever seen yeah. I agree 'cause like our mom wanted to see it and we're like oh but it's a horror movie which is like you know. Never mind. I don't really want to be scared but she would have been fine..
"last night" Discussed on Cinema Bees
"Welcome back to the cinema obese. Podcasts up on tyler. i'm monica and today we are looking at the last night so well nice. Nice nice indoors speaking. I don't know why we did that was not planning. We're cooperating now guys. It's happening the first time in our lives so i before again to last night and so we gotta talk about some trailers and Won't we've been to the movies a lot recently and we know every trailer and it's kind of unfortunate seeing every trailer we have seen internals so much too high can like just tell you the shot for shot what. The trailer is four collection enough and more bs. Something on my god matrix. The matrix want especially like i mean every single. It's also super funny because the first shot of moebius looks like animated like i keep thinking every time the show. It's going to be seeing to mean to meet you me to sing into and then i'm like. Oh you mean matrix. But yeah into matrix shirley that looks animated at. I know i was like what but yeah but anyway. So since we've mostly seen all the same trailers Before i removed. We're going to talk about a new trailer. That got released this week. And that is light year disney revaz named pixels backs. This is pixar pixar. 'cause i i wasn't sure if it was like just disney was taking it but it is pixar. I was not sure about this. Because i'm like we don't have to do everything. Went the toy story franchise but it actually looks really good. Yeah it was like. I kind of agree with you because i'm like. I hope that they don't get the impression that we want. Every single toy of toy story to have their own movie like piggy-bank move mr potato out. Actually i sat through ex navy. Navy squeaker up. Thank when movie. Yeah an identify and pay movie. They just say that they're making a penguin movie at the end..
The Big Picture
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"Know what you're saying I'm Sean fantasy and this is the big picture, a conversation show about Edgar Wright today we're talking with Wright himself about the director's latest the psychological horror movie Last Night in Soho, which is out in theaters this weekend, and his fascinating career of genre mashups revisions and wonderful reinventions. Before getting to our conversation with Edgar, though, first, I'm joined by ringer senior staff writer and the host of one of my favorite podcasts. 60 songs that explain the 90s, it's rob harvilla hi rob. Hello, your senior is staff writer..
Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
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"A president. The president about to change. Let me know. Joe pistone by the way dope dollar bill. Joe pistone no is focused on. Is the guy left from over history and had to tell being on the outside. Because that's how you carry your money if you're a wise guy. I actually wonder do people still carry cash. And if so how much. Because like literally i told you i do not have one dollar in my wallet. You said you have thirty dollars because you said you had to get change. I need it. Yeah needed to pay something. Cash went to a store did the whole thing and that was my change. Also you gotta realize too. I move about the cabin a lot. So if i'm in some of these places where travel to cover stories on assignment and this that and a third. The cash goes a long way than it does l. as a very modern city even though sort of food truck economy is different. Like you can pay card. You can pay with your phone. You can play with your watch. You can do all sorts of things. Do you get into different parts of america. That's not gonna fly. But you know what i mean better pull out greenbacks. Otherwise you're stuck you know and that's that's a large part of it. It's funny you say you can play with your watch. Laura remember the last episode. Was it last or two episodes ago of ted lasso. where where he needs to get to He needs to get to the game and he gets on one of those bicycle riding towns. He paid his lots. He gave his watch he dan. We got a lot to get to here this afternoon. It is thursday but college. Football is kicking off today. So like i was all ready to go. Clinton with boise state versus central florida again. Football junkie guilty as charged but that game is a weather delay on espn and then coming up a little bit later on this afternoon. The one game that. I'm really curious to see ohio state versus minnesota which is a big fox. So here it's thursday afternoon and they're putting that on their their network like on fox sports one. Yeah okay so college football kicking off today. Lots to get to with the dodgers with the giants the giants winning today. The dodgers off today both teams tied for first place going into this weekend series. We'll get to a lot of that stuff coming up. We've got a lot. We wanna get to but coming up next it's overrated underrated. Let's find out. What greg bergman has prepared for us next this is pseudo and kaplan seventeen. Espn thank you very much. chris. I can barely hear myself. That's weird. oh that's way better i anyway. Let's go to birthdays. Why am i still hearing you just fine. But i still hear overrated now me. That was me. I pressed the wrong thing. It's okay. I can kill me later quickly by the way for all of us. Who telling me that brent franklin was not a president. I know that's the joke. Okay all the old random forefather white guys are the same in most people's minds dad. He's the humorous part. Get with the program stop. Tweeting me for those of you. That aren't following. We were having this conversation earlier. About how much cash do you carry. And then we didn't know who was on the two dollar bill. I don't even know who's on any of the bills really. And then i see dina. Rogers jumps in and she says on twitter one hundred dollars. What if the power goes out. And you don't have any cash on you know that's a good point. It's a very solid point. Says that overrated underrated. Not carrying cash waco laurel overrated to me. I mean i carry cash when i have to. So yeah. i'm going to say Carrying cash is underrated. I i prefer to carry cash. I i hate the fact that i literally. I'm looking at my wall. I got no cash. You walked right into that one cap all right so clinton it. Was it a joke. So what did i get that. But she was just trying to get us to go to overrated underrated. What was funny though. We answered it segue laura selma hayek or keanu reeves clinton. I mean is it possible to keanu. Reeves's underrated. I don't know but this is one of those where i feel like this game needs a third used to it. Used to be directly rated. You know what i'm saying. It used to be overrated underrated properly rated properly okay. Well then i'll just. I'll bring that back for a quick second keanu reeves properly rated as tremendous in my household. I mean that's all there is to that. What are we talking about here. The guy does not make bad movies. His gift game is super strong. And he's an intergenerational star in a lot of different types of genres of movies of course kiana reeves's correctly rated guy's amazing. What's the movie. I'm trying to think of the name of it off hand. I can't think of it. But it's the one with patrick swayze where he's the break can't think of the name of it on sean. Utah talk. Gimme that's all right movie. I love movie anthony. Kiedis isn't that movie sidebar. Chili's so is so. Is the of the chili peppers. Yeah i know. I just want to say that fleet. Yeah for these great big laker fan. Anyway yeah this is tough though. Because you know i love johnny utah. Really i mean she overrated. I don't think she's overrated but Reeves is not overrated. Well all right somebody gotta be one. Somebody got to be the other. Cana reeves love him. Going underrated selma liker..
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"Something really nice. It was lovely gesture thank you. I'm open to receiving thank you. Thank you. Thank you secrets. It's okay like i have to remind myself to sometimes okay to receive. It's alright man captive solution there. Is you gotta start carrying more actual cash on true. Hold on you have to do this. Part of their right ram in the hague's community you have to carry a little cash on you. You never you gotta drop a fifty or honda on somebody just to ease. The wheels grease the wheels and easier own painting more. Rife you really felt. give somebody some money. You gotta hit him with the bill. You bill dollar bill. You're a thousand percent right. And by the way i'm like okay. I know who she is. I i know. I'll be back. I know i will take extra good care of her. Believe me your thousand percent right. But even still i argued the whole timing. No no no so it's to receive. I guess that's that's my my message to you today. Greg bergman. i'm a bad receiver. Also it's okay. It's nice to hear that your friends took you out for dinner. That's lovely yeah. It was but i wanna know clin how long. How much. Money is the right amount of money to having your wallet at all times. I i mean i'm not gonna say this out loud because i wanted to be got on the average. On an average average it depends. It depends on where i'm going. What i'll do is. If i'm going somewhere where i know. I need to press a little flesh. I'll think about the amount of people have to touch. And i'll negotiate in my mind like a fifty to one hundred range per person who that is so if i'm going to something cap was talking about. I'll keep a benjamin or two around just in case somebody needs to talk to somebody and somebody needs a little bit of lubrication financially to have that conversation. You know what. I'm saying. That's about it. I'm not running. Around like donnie brasco. Being on the outside with all the crazy cash. That's ridiculous you know what i mean. Every once in a while you need a large faced bill for lack of better term in order to let people know that you mean business and you come in peace. Yeah i kind of really want to know what the rules and regulations for the handsome man. Community is listen. It's a spot read at the line all the same thing. You just got to figure it out. We could talk about this online way too much. Hold on carrying any got more questions. Clinton game man after my own heart with questions gregor you carrying cash on your right now. Absolutely not i. Don't i don't even know a cash. Looks zero cash blue now to say you know it is. Yeah so do you have any cash on you right now. I'm looking. i swear. I'm looking at my wallet. I don't have one dollar not one dollar in cash in my wallet right now. You have cash. I just because i had to pull out cash but it's not a lot. How much would you say how much you carry on right now. I wanna say like thirty dollars. The change of something thirty dollars would have been perfect for exactly what i needed to drop on this waitress. If i would have given her twenty she'd have been ecstatic. Clinton handsome man president. How much we carrying on you in cash today right now. There's not anything today. But yesterday i had one hundred fifty dollars on me in fifties. That's what i'll write. Three fifty nights spent nice. Show want to break them down to the twenties okay. That's the difference between you and me i get. That's what i'm saying. Is that also and this is separate but related move. Whenever you're a crowded situation actually did this at hollywood park Casino last time we were there you tip heavy. I go big bill and you can get on for the rest the time you know. That's the difference. Oh televisions clinton yates drops fifties radios scott kaplan drops twenties. Okay therein lies the difference. Ladies and gentlemen let it be known there you go key shawn's new show key keys new show. He didn't like it when i called them. Keyshawn last friday at hollywood park casino clinton. Yates is in the house. What's going on. You know. I'm gonna tell you what's going on. I've received a few messages during the commercial break about our conversation where were having in the opening segment which was how much cash should you be carrying on you. Okay now now just to be clear here. Bergman says zero. Greg do not ever carry any cash of any kind. I just have no. I've never had an. Atm never have to use. I always use my car now. I do get in trouble with it. Though i do like i went in i. Sometimes you order food from a food truck and they don't you can't put a tip on there and i want to give him a tip and i don't have anything so i asked him. What's your you have anything like that. And they say no. We don't have it so i can't tip them. Which is a problem. That's the problem you don't even like if you go to the grocery store and you pay with your debit card and then it says to you. Would you like some cash back. You've got you want twenty forty sixty bucks. You don't ever take cash than either. I say no..
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"Get home after really nice dinner with a lot of friends and like having a great time and then like oh great. We win the game two first place. Let's go by the way we can get to the dinners leader. But can i say something. Justin turner is moving. Well he is. I'm you know like that. Guy is in the shape of his life. I was like who is this. Do burning around the base passed in diving. All over the infield like justin turner has changed his physical makeup. The physique is looking tremendous showing how he's playing on. You know i gotta agree. I i noticed also last night i was like you know he looks. He looks fast. He doesn't look like a chunky older white guy. He kind of looks fast. He sort of had that like corner. Man whose only released on the field because he definitely can't play the outfield kind of kind of physique. But that's not the case anymore. he's jus- he his move. Ability range has increased traumatically in at least this season to me and i love it. I was actually having an argument with a couple of friends of mine earlier today. Because i was saying. Look here's the reality of the situation. And these are all padre guys look. The dodgers are just better. You've got to accept that. The dodgers are just better. And i was trying to point out that the dodgers and the giants against the diamondbacks and the rockies the giants are like seventy nine percent winning percentage and the dodgers are like seventy six a pretty close to that. The padres are literally five hundred so i said to these buddies of mine and the dodgers are just better and we started going position for position. While take this guy from the padres. I'll think you guys are out of your mind. So we got the third base. And i said justin turner versus manny machado. I'll take justin turner and they're like oh come on l. a. cap what happened to you. Man manny machado. I it's just turn. And i'm like no seriously like if you asked me right now. Who would you rather have at third right now. Justin turner or manny machado. I was like i would take justin turner now. What do you think my crazy. I don't think so. Justin turner is a guy. Who if nothing else. Greg fits on this team at third base kind of better than i can remember a lot of world series winning third baseman fitting on this team. Let's not forget what happened. The playoffs last year guy was vital. You know what i mean. And i listened to controversy of him. Running around on the field is one thing but you can't really deny his impact bergman in terms of what he brings from a moxie standpoint to this lineup. Oh yeah justin. Turner is definitely the heart and soul of this team. He has been for years upon years now so anything that he does is always meeting and talking about the world series last year. He had that whole play where you know he was. He made a diving stab at one of the one of the players like where he was. He was literally diving. He was flat in the in the air to tag somebody outgoing home. It was it was incredible. One of the best place in the series. You know what i'm saying. This guy has figured it out in terms of whatever we're gonna take for him to get back to the to the best you know the best possible level and i. I'm impressed. I mean there's just no other way to put so are you impressed though with With the you know how he wears jersey bro. Let me tell you something. I was like. Who's that guy running around boxy parachute jersey. You know what i'm saying. The best part about what he does with majority standpoint obviously though is the pine tar stained. oh dude perfectly always you might as well stitching in. It looks great. Yeah so greg. I have a question for you you. You said you were able to get home last night by the eighth inning to see the excitement of what happened. We asked you last night is you. Were getting ready to go out to dinner with friends. It was you and three high school buddies right right and we said it was your birthday and that the three guys at the end of the night will all say no. No no we got your. We'll divide it three ways not four ways and you were like no no no. I'm paying for my own dinner. What happened i mean. I didn't pay for my dinner. Hey joe i tried though i wanted to. 'cause here's my my whole rationale behind. It was like look we have. We're all friends. We've been friends for years. Ten fifteen years easy twenty years. I don't even know how long and i didn't go to any year birthdays. we nobody. We didn't do this so this is kind of like olive our birthdays. We're all getting together at the same time like let's just treat it that way. Everybody pays for themselves and they said no and they wouldn't let me and let me refresh. Which was news was nice. Who's ball in the most like real actual question. What i'm saying like who is between the floor. Anchor of the four by four relay who should be paying if i may say but is it not. You know it's not me. Tommy made that clear yesterday. If that's the case saying yes somebody else has been radio. You really think. I'm the anchor. What radios i could be a kaplan. You could have that. are you. Know offers yeah no none of those outside interests time. All right well listen. I thought that that was very sweet of your friends. And and i also got to tell you you know it's okay i. I'm a very bad receiver. I'm a person who likes to give. But i don't like to receive. I'll give you a great example the other day my girlfriend and i we were in a restaurant and we were having breakfast and the owner of the restaurant came and sat down. He said lo. How are you. We were talking about things blah blah blah. He gets up to leave. And i see later. Take care nice to see and the waitress comes over. this is after. We're ready for the check. And no john picked up your check for you. And i was like. Oh no no no no. He doesn't have to do that please. No bring the bill no. She was known he's already thinking. Okay well here. Let me give you my card. Let's let me put a gratuity on. No no he already took care of that too. I'm like no no and i'm like okay. Stop he.
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"You know robert the time you know. He didn't wanna do one. Wanted the worm guys because you know was ego was like so big and flavor but you know at the end of the day you know he had just now. Us marshals or i mean and You know he was getting hot. So you know i i. In retrospect it was a good i. It was a good. It was good decision that you made to not be part of the film festival drug so you just eat you. Look you pick parts. Based on what financial decisions are because of tops. You can wear tops. I can wear main is my able to swing the united. Mean deleting lady you know because you know of course light you know we. We a lot of swinging right. They also do a lot of dick's swinging. Because i've noticed most of your films while you wear Baggy pants do that. You know you gotta show to women actually which delaware you know like you know. Shake your fast. Remember that song. Yes yeah yeah. I had a actually had. The original concept was called. Shake your dick. Watch yourself right. Show me what you're wearing working with. Yeah yeah you gotta sean. What you're working with that meant. Yeah this was. Before like cardi b. and magnets now yam bussing it wide open so like i used the buzzer. You know like i. I used to bus it picture without actually bus in it. Yeah that makes sense. Yeah see now. Is it syrup film. Tv you've done it all obviously clearly. I maintained that stuff with being dad because your kids. Obviously they based like some is summertime. Is it really based around summertime or is it a different season. What is your favorite season. I guess is what i'm asking. I mean listen my favorite season you know at the ambiance where she robert or You know. I just don't august. I really don't yeah weaker of the summer months. Yes it is the week of the seventy s. You know it's really hot. You know things get entangled or it's really just kind of like that friend you bring out to the club right and he you know he says he he's gonna he has the end at a certain spot. Never been too. But it's a hollywood nightspot and you go fuck it yellow. Tmi let's do it she go to this place right. And he says he's got some sort of hookup for drugs years and some speeds and bump some whatever you snuff it you have it. You suck so having a good time. We're sitting in a write a parking lot. Somebody come up with a plan. B railroad age is right. Yeah i was thinking like walgreens or something right. Eight is cool to your walgreens. You're kind of almost like pepsi. Hand jobs blowjobs. It's all the same coca cola getting over the pants. H j from a deaf girl uberpool. That's your decision. But it's what i'm saying is who've for will you know i'm you know now you know My tax bracket you know i. I probably should have voted for you. Know for this guy. But you know since i didn't vote for this guy. I didn't want to this. The people all of the people all of these people that absolutely love me will smith loves me. Okay we'll loves me. We'll should've but we vote for him. Sure you know because You know barat you know. Barack was a friend of mine. I tried to get you know he hit me on the jackie was like and you gotta get hillary in there. I was like i. Do you know Have you heard about spirit cook. And he was zaire but still. I was like all right. You know already like spirit cook and be sure as you know. I don't cook with spirits. You know. I only cook only cook with positive energy. We have to and you know you got like positive energy in your cooking standard season. Get that you know because if it's not season is kind of It's not black black. I was gonna say always you know it's more like caring you know went to be black. Exactly sure yeah. I didn't want to say. But you know i was thinking it so he didn't have to say it. Yeah yeah so. So yeah i like how like you picked it up and you like that was i was. I really do so. Yeah so i went ahead and voted for hillary and then late last time man i had to get biden and there you know is just it was too too much. You know trump being an office made as much sense to me as watching a porno with two dues and a girl short in a dues. You don't know the last night though not dues last going in the same hole at the exact saying time or are they getting in their baseball. Exactly and then. Yoda is right and y'all rubbing together sure so you know you and he's your ride home so say like good campfire. I don't know yeah. It's a small talk small. Talk if you're having a threesome with the other guy you know i. That's not something i do you. Dj jazzy jeff. Somebody you know and dj jazzy. Jeff like like we listen if anybody does anything where you know we'd go in different roles got a little compartment in there but show me personally. I wanna see nobody's meet lie so yeah i get you know what i do now. I heard something real crazy in the shop. I heard brock obama left. You a voice mail After he saw what was that movie. You did where you were The big movie Summer movie in all my movies are but it was your fighting. You're fighting something. You're running around town. You were saying things like we gotta get out of the we gotta get out of this There was a big i. It was the there's alien vault or some guy. You swung your you at jeod idea week. Eleven year was no no oh handcart. I thought she told my after earth..
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"'cause my buddy who's tour manager and he told dave and i was just like do was good vibes the weekend or whatever and he was. But i was like dude. You're just so nice. He's very gentle and so down earth for somebody who doesn't have to be totally. He'd have that kind of wiggle room with me if he was like. Well i get it you know. There's a lot going on here. So were you nervous to then meet him. We all wanna meet my hero because that definitely has the mind hind of it's like him and maybe two other people ever that i would be like nervous to me anymore and i was but i. I got a chance to meet him. Shook his hand in Gary introduced me to him. And i i was able to thank him and he was just like stay. Stay tuned with the art. And it'll be true to you which you know he could gained like a thousand dollars would have been better but it's fine. Yeah should i have to think about the next ten years. Mike glad but what i was saying to lead up to that is like i wanted to so badly ask. Can i do five minutes to open your show before. You're opening act. Because i feel and you know i didn't purely ego ego wise. I feel like my up is at the point now where this is. This is probably going to say it's like it's it's something i think he would enjoy. I feel like stylistically some of the stuff. I'm doing now. I think he would laugh at that. Could be that could have been life changing. Maybe he asked me to do some other shows with them. I've heard of them doing that. For people totally. Maybe he hates it and maybe he thinks you know you need to get better at it totally. But i didn't have the nerve to ask because that's also a and you didn't at sixteen would have. I wouldn't have hesitated well. I don't i mean look. I think you're our instincts and our gut our our most true sign of right and wrong and you know innately right. You get that feeling of of what you i mean. Look sometimes i think it is. You know important to kind of power through some of those things and really kind of reason when your gut instinct is but like. I don't know man the fact that you didn't is not i think and i don't know what the reason fully was. Maybe you figure out after as far as like oh all bump into him again. Or i want him to ask many hind what feels like because he didn't and not that i deserve this not that i expected this but like it's not like he was inquisitive about heard of before and like i'm i'm pretty in the scenes like there was a part of me. That's like i would kind of want him to be like you want to five. I've seen what you can do. You really want to do it on even if he hadn't seen like male vibe and whatever yes because either something to be said about that like we said you know you don't ask you don't get but sometimes it's cool when it's like they ask and then you get exact and there is something to be said for people like putting the first hand out and And you're meeting new york comic. And like i think it's smart that you like felt it out and like probably gave maybe a there was probably a moment where you were like all right. Maybe he'll offer and doesn't maybe that's how then then. It's almost weirder than you ask. And then you put him on the spot exactly yes because of but then also then there's the The play out of like maybe. Then that's he's like fuck and then he watches and then you crush shit. Maybe i misjudged. But then there's also the scenario of he doesn't watch at all and it was just the guy who asked him for something as soon as you met him thousand prints. I can't. i'm. I'm very bad at asking people for things for any kind of helmets situation. I know it's just i don't. I'm a pretty independent person. Yeah i don't. If i if i do ask for help i really do. I really do fuck right. But i i am people like that again. Ask for things. Everybody who meets them wants something from them. Well that's why it's cool that you guys atom ray here for the about last night podcast. Hope you're enjoying this episode. Obviously it's a very difficult time for everyone right now. We're all challenged in finding a day to day routine that that makes our lives consistent and awesome. And if there's something that's interfering with your happiness right now or preventing you from achieving your goals. Better help online counseling. Is there for you better. Help is a professional counseling service online privates and it's so convenient I've used it for a little bit. Now it's truly the only way that i found to help get My own issues dealt with.
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"Guys. Welcome back to the abou- last night. Podcast my my boy. You see me just already stuttered. That's what happens when you're in the president of hotness Matt rife gonna see play. Good mattie i think i i i think i i met you when i get into that. I think it was. I think i. I saw awesome shirtless at you. Dead and i put that poster on my my ceiling. And i was like sunday. This wanna meet this comic. Sixty sixteen seventeen. Did you have those by the way. The kid like the posters of anybody like that you looked up to or like you know Girls as corn athletes. Who have as corny as it is going to sound. I had to post. Might one of dave chapelle dane cook. Wow yeah and even to this day. All my friends posters. Don't have those ones you know now in my room. I have a vintage photo of this giant framed. Photo of nineteen fifty six oscars Some artwork of matthew mcconaughey dave chapelle and patrick swayze so my favorite entertainers just internet women on a For my pockets that's so awesome bonkers and guess what ads thank you. All i wanna do is be. I've never met someone that afterwards. I was just like yet. Did i send them a diem on instagram. After yeah did he. Respond not yet Through the pod was so great. He's such a A true specimen where you're like. Oh how you this dope at what you do And articulate but like could roll with the punches and things. Did you read green lights. I'm halfway through listening to it. Odd i did the audio as tim narrating. You would just do his voice in your head while you're absolutely so okay so mcconnell. So were there of chapelle dane. Where the guys that made you when you were a kid go. I want to do that. Yeah dane is the first comic i ever saw live. This is when he was like his is absolute peak. Mom won tickets on the radio. Awesome to see him. And i don't think it was just like be this number caller or something like that. And i got home. Hope not speaking spill over the phone comes a smoker. So yeah that's amazing So yes you won the tickets and we went and saw him in like something inside me. Just kinda like clicked started doing stand up like seven months later something like that. Wow yeah it was great seven months. What kind of prevented you from like. Starting the next week was like needing to get a grasp on. How do i even start this. Because i was. I had just turned fifteen so like i didn't krizan understand even really what it was. Even when i started out. I was doing a different five minutes. Every open mic. Because i didn't. I didn't even know what a building set was at. The i still thought comedy was just people going up there and being funny so i had i had no reference of how to even begin in i I figured out the the columbus funny bone which you play Great club i found. That was the closest club Hour away and i emailed dave stroup and as a kid. i'll say. hey man. I know i'm i know. I'm not eighteen or twenty-one but like a parent or something with me i'd love to come try this out in any any club owner in the right mind would've been like no for for what are you. What value are you. Adding to my clegg's clean risk fifteen year old yet. Yeah yeah so. He was just like yeah. Sure come on by and he let me and it just became like an extracurricular thing. I doing for fun so you go there. How many times over. Mike was every wednesday so ago is like seven thirty. Everyone's my i was living with my grandpa at the time. But yeah yeah he would take me an extra and it was like They were bring her show. Every person had bring five people are self five tickets so what my grandpa would do. Is he would bhai five tickets to make. It seem like i brought five. Who'd that's unbelievable. I know this is by the way this is your when you go on the view or some show where women will already be swatting. That's the story. And then i'll tell the story about how i bought him to pocket pussies in a row for christmas to say thank you. Yeah well he broke the first one so i had to give him a secular them his car. I assume so or just like dropped. It and stepped on. And i like to think. No i didn't i didn't really want from my pocket pussy. Let's just leave it at that. It was scared because the second one had a I got on a souped up. One one had like end of it was like a suction cup to where you could like put it to surface. And i was like if i come home. Your business wall missing. Thanks for having me out of my life on twitter by the way i loved it. There's different tiers of the pocket pussy. Like you definitely want to get the basic one and then let me get them. The the base of your was It was not enough. He told verbatim he said. I broke it's neck which made it so much more distance. Derby gave it a body part. It was disclosed. Thanks table for one. That's a sweet. What you have is. Name steve us. Yeah yeah awesome. Wow some my guy you gotta get them out for the special. I'm gonna fly him out. He doesn't know that yet. He's he doesn't even know what a podcast i was gonna say. What if by the way he was a die hard about last night fan and like it wouldn't surprise me dude. He's been catching up super fast. I just got him his first iphone for christmas last year He refused to flip phone forever. He wouldn't get an iphone. Those people are just so hell bent on not Coming into the twenty first century so sovereign he thought he owns were making everybody gay rotate chronologically. He was like think about. Everybody started being gay around the time i phone came out. Which if you look into it does kind of match even iphone user pocket right in the trash because they're just going to be looking for cock and balls on their iphone screensavers rambling now like the only way to like one up that next christmas is like i have to give them like. Vr goggles porn. The watch now you have to do the house. How about this and you know so funny. Are you kidding me. It's that's so real and that so also dude. You did what i am sure. You love to in comedy movies comedy. Bits like if you can get a decent amount of heart and then like kind of you know. Get a right hook with when you were just like. He drove me every wednesday. And then right after duty like so. I thank them with a pocket pussy like for christmas dude. That is so funny matt. At least i could do. The amount of sex stand up has got me. Wouldn't have happened hilarious. How do you not taking me way. Okay so he takes you every wednesday and you're doing a new five minutes yet. Are you running. Bits with him on the ride over. Are you talking with them. Just like not support my grandson yet just that. He's incredibly introvert. My whole family is like i'm i'm nothing like my family. My my grandpa's the funniest one. I suppose he i. I probably got into comedy. Because i would go..