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"laurie lynn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Immigration reform our job to get the is the end the demonization of the undocumented news eight reports that Sanders wants to do away with ice and US customs and border protection and decriminalize it legal immigration the city of power yesterday he changed the name of either drive to Laurie Lynn lane in honor of Laurie Gilbert K. the woman who was killed in the Cup out of power we shooting and the price of regular gasoline slipped almost a penny yesterday to around three dollars sixty three and a half cents per gallon the forecast partly cloudy today highs on seventy two near the coast right now is forty eight degrees at Lambert field site chance of rain tomorrow afternoon and send you a state Aztecs place Central Michigan University in the New Mexico bowl today kick off is at eleven AM Pacific time I'm Erik Roy AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking that I have to go out side you make it work for you on a M. seven sixty KFMB with experts can enter and Walter Anderson nursery San Diego's choice for top quality plants and gardening supplies since nineteen twenty eight now here's mark your good morning San Diego you're listening gardens out here on a M. seven sixty KFMB and Ken Anderson along with David Ross and George almond Margaret Haiti is on assignment a gentleman good morning good morning how are you I'm doing well doing well looks like it's gonna be a nice day today it's supposed to be a very nice day today and even a fairly decent day tomorrow but what happened in the cold it was supposed to be getting colder and all it did was it that you did get good at it was freezing it was the day that it was supposed to be getting colder and that that was the coldest day and now it seems to be warming up all of the nights are still called it was forty one this morning coming in early enough yeah we're getting are killed but days are nice yesterday was spectacular outside yeah because of what was on yes please I'm just sending it was was a Wednesday that was weird it was freezing Wednesday's cherry yeah it was it was an old industrial building it was freezing aren't I the one that usually complaints about the weather are you taking my place today nine maybe okay go ahead but then there's rain on the horizon tomorrow is it tomorrow no to be no more overnight Sunday into Monday this is the right well no no actually overnight after midnight would make it now Monday well you didn't say after midnight he's corrected I'd say over well he was jumping down my throat before I got a chance to say that yes so it Monday Monday is supposed to be the rain day into Tuesday we're supposed to have a early half of day on Christmas day before the next little rain what more range again when when Stanton night into Thursday but northern California is going to hammer they're getting it right now to get there right now yeah I I song was yesterday or the day before the the snow pack and the mountain is like forty percent above normal which is great we're still in December it's so strange because I thought we were never gonna have another snow pack again I thought snow packs ended two years ago four years something like that now and we're having rain again to yes welcoming needed okay and two months ago we were lamenting the fact that we were way below normal on rain we normally have one inch of rain by now we have zero and now we're way ahead of a rate for the year yeah it's almost like it's like like I was gonna I was gonna say that it's almost like there's a cycle going on here but far be it from.

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"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:31 min | 2 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"KO eight fifty AM and ninety four one of them the voice of Colorado pretty good looking drive on a Saturday morning around the metro area but we do have some gusty winds as a matter of fact highway ninety three is closed between highway seventy two and I weigh one twenty just west of rocky flats because a very high winds in the area I twenty five though and I seventy two town both banks and free speeds up to the posted limits no problems early on any of the highways including our two twenty five six seven C. four seventy the boulder turnpike of in high country we have vehicle traction laws and commercial chain laws in effect over from copper mountain I should say over to veil Bucks thirty one pinpoint weather mostly sunny today a high near forty one hello down around twenty five twenty five in Denver now this report is sponsored by the cheesecake factory but Friday through cyber Monday for every twenty five dollar gift card purchased at the cheesecake factory dot com or any of the cheese cake restaurants you'll receive two free slices of cheese cake redeemable in the new year visit the cheesecake factory dot com for more details bill Jones K. away starting for a win on thanksgiving weekend tomorrow join our family of empowers field at mile high as the Broncos the charger brokers pregame coverage begins at eight and we thank you for listening you work hard for your business so should we that's why first bank's business solutions are designed to make running your business a little easier visit the first bank dot com slash business to learn more first bank business banking for good member FDIC thank you join us for carpet mill outlet stores like Friday super sale of two days twenty hours in the absolute lowest prices of the year this Friday and Saturday only think of two fifty percent off MSRP store why get special two years interest free financing twelve locations for the sailors two days only find out more at carpet mill outlet stores dot com Mar for Microsoft the reviews are in Michael rose Anne at the movies a a eight fifty eight AM and ninety four one well good Saturday morning hello Christian hello you're not Mike rose I'm not Mike Rosen I'm Laurie Lynn Barker in for Mike Rosen of a movie buff I'm a huge huge movie buff and I feel like all I do is watch.

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"laurie lynn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"With temperatures dropping in some areas as low as the mid twenties news eight reports the communities under the warning include Escondido alcohol in San Marcos la mesa Santee and power way next week the power a city council will consider a proposal to rename a street after the woman who died in the have bought of Poway synagogue shooting earlier this year according to news data request was submitted to the mayor asking to rename ever drive to Laurie Lynn lane in honor of Laurie Lynn Gilbert K. before her death Laurie lived at the corner of stone canyon road and they've a drive in sports the San Diego gulls on the road tonight at Bakersfield against the condors right now it's clear and fifty two degrees at Lindbergh field I'm Cindy perky AM seven sixty KFMB talk and breaking news CBS news update evacuation underway after a brush fire erupted in Ventura county northwest of Los Angeles about seven hours ago the marina fires so far bird seventy four hundred acres but firefighters did get a hold of many of the other fires throughout California thanks to less windy Thursday in St Bernard you know this man had stayed through Wednesday night to fight a nightmarish scene of smoke and flames I got my kids out and the cars and me and my dad's that we're the only one to stay here we came back and was fighting with the garden hoses all the neighbors houses so it was a freezing night San Bernadino National Forest chief Scott how was with more of the hillside fire we first got on scene of the fire we had a wind driven rapid rate is red fire heading downhill into the city center do you know this is the second part we fat in this area both buyers that have exhibited extreme rates a spread long range body then we'll continue to see that with the predicted whether CBS news up M. seven sixteen KFMB part of the conversation call the shell Rotella the hotline eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine shell Rotella the engine oil that works as hard as you do what's the secret to a great night's sleep on the road increased comfort and profitability that's what you get with the new Freightliner Cascadia bill for both comfort.

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:06 min | 2 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Front range focus I'm Laurie Lynn Barker with me today or two representatives from the national kidney foundation I first optimality white who is a kidney recipient from a living donor melody can you tell me your story please well in two thousand eight I was eighteen and I went into the emergency room with severe pain in my abdomen and so the ransom imaging and blood tests and we found out that I only have one kidney that was in large and not functioning properly so after three more days in the hospital with more cash they weren't able to come to a diagnosis so I was discharged to my relatives doctors they both and over the next six to seven years I got regular blood work and watch my kidney function decreases hello Lee over those seven years and then when my function was well enough to be placed on the transplant list that was about two thousand fifteen my mom who is actually my adoptive mom she stepped up and god has said and miraculously she would match so my eggs in that basket and it really felt like I was I was pretty wind up there and then at my mom's annual exam she found out that her kidney function had dropped to a percentage that was made her no longer viable to be a donor so that was about two thousand sixteen and I was about a year waiting for last and probably six months away from needing dialysis so I needed to find a donor quick and my boyfriend who I had been dating for two years actually stepped up and he got tested and he was well another man yeah and actually an even better match the my mom was so I mean that's how we we kind of wind up the transplant Ken and I are now engaged and where do to be married next month and how long did the whole process takes Mike from the time you were diagnosed with one kid named to the transplant nine years while nine years as simple that's yeah that's pretty long yeah you said it eighteen you went in to the doctor because you are having back pain and that's when they found that you only had one kidney now at one of the pain was actually and I am the man and it was only with their their CT scan that they found out that I only had the one kidney they never really told me what the apple we kind of focused on the kidney you at that point so the really will there really was no telltale sign you just had some abdomen pain and that's what they diagnosed that year yeah and they they told me actually that many people go their whole lives with one kidney not knowing I mean how would you really now unless you had some body imaging done at some point yeah they actually third kind of a miracle that I had actually heard that research before I've actually heard that fact that a lot of people can and only live with one kidney without them ever knowing exactly yeah I wouldn't have known if if I didn't go in that day so it's kind of a miracle and how are you feeling today I'm doing great and two years post transplant actually in June was our two year anniversary kidney racing and yeah it's been it's been great it's kind of there's a lot of advantages from getting my kidney from a living donor who will I happen to live with you know he says that he gets lifetime brownie points right when a site that way in that household right No Way yeah remember that time I did you know that time yeah but I mean he's he's a great partner he he really keeps me countable for you know my my anti rejection mad to my doctor's appointments and everything so that's another great benefit of knowing your donor just getting putting down a really and did you have to change your lifestyle quite a bit after the transplant no actually I think that my life my lifestyle his much remains the same the only thing obviously is the the daily regimen of medication which I was kind of on that before the transplant but physically I feel a lot more energy overall a more healthy capable of doing a lot of things now you touched on it earlier about the one kidney math are there any other misconceptions that people have with kidney donation or living donation oh my gosh yeah there are a ton of misconceptions about living donation when I was looking for a new down her a lot of Fran and their co workers they would tell me like I would donate X. Y. Z. you know they'd have the same excuse like I'd I don't take care of my body I drink I know I smoke related you should be in good physical and mental health but you also shouldn't let your misconceptions about donation and whether or not you can donate I would say we've got to the doctors let's see now could you could potentially save a life and really you're just kind of stopping yourself from doing that and then can and I found out Kenneth my fiance he found out that Israel everything was covered through my insurance so there is no there really wasn't any cost to him and so that was pretty that's pretty court now because a lot of people worry about the financial impact that it can have on them you know if I found eight you know that the whole procedure but everything is covered under the recipient for insurance how do you get the word out to people you personally get the word out to people about living donation I would say they're the biggest way is to sharing my story being open to we interview or just really telling anybody and everybody like you know this is what I went through and I got a living donation it's it's so much better than deceased donor because like I said like I don't have that many hello this year there have been run into any post transplant I my wife and you know the president and Hey somebody went that deceased donor someone that they didn't know so the biggest thing for me was is to kind of share my story and be open to that and obviously I try to support the national kidney foundation which has always been a big resource for me and my kidney journey and we've done a lot for the last three four years so are you doing the walk this year yeah yeah we're gonna set up by a team add style called hashtag are you kidding me and yeah we're gonna definitely try to get a lot of support is here I'm now joined by can derail the executive director for the national kidney foundation can can you tell me about the national kidney foundation yeah the national kidney foundation is the largest organization in the U. S. dedicated to awareness prevention and treatment of kidney disease and we do have an office here in Denver and we serve all of Colorado and what kind of things do you offer at the national kidney foundation we have of resources but I'll touch on a few things we have our free kidney screenings throughout Colorado and these are comprehensive kidneys screenings that are focused on getting that early detection that people need and providing this free screening in the community so you leave really understanding where what your next steps are and if you are at risk any of the opportunity to talk to a clinician we do have one coming up in November we.

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"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:21 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Range focus I'm Laurie Lynn Barker I'm joined today by Brian Harris former Denver Bronco in son of an organ transplant recipient Ryan tell me your story well when I first got introduced to a organ and tissue donation as my father needed a kidney transplant and luckily for us his best friend volunteered and and was a match and and it give him his kidney and for eighteen years but that was able to live a normal life and and sees grand children be born see I'll just about every game of mine in college Notre Dame and allow him to be a plus first of all start as well as a lot of games throughout my career including the Superbowl so you know my family's happiness depended largely on the gift the unselfish gift that my father's best friend bread hiker gave him and since then I've just been an advocate for awareness and poor you know telling people my story to make it normal and to make people realize how how much of an opportunity they bring to other other lives here's a Colorado or two thousand people are waiting organized tissue donation so each of us has the ability to make a great difference we can do it through organizes your donation what is your father's friend Tom for where did he know he was a match or was he just like I'm going to do this yeah he just certain once you find out about my dad he just said I'm gonna do this and and and he got his blood tested and it was hilarious even before my dad woke up from the surgery it's it's a very you know routine procedure these days SO at my dad woke up he was leaning over him saying Hey you know we grew up in Minnesota my dad not a long time like you stand there and his best friend lives in Wisconsin I got a package for and it yeah you know and my dad woke up to but you know sisters unselfish unselfish thing that he did and he really went through and learn about it you learned that when you give a as a live donor that you then if you ever do to keep your or part of the liver that you put get put to the top of the list and bread was back at work in it and just over a week and if he was doing home building so it's a little different for each and every person and and doctors advise different things but we just saw him at my sister's medical school graduation and my brothers high school graduation and and my youngest brother he was his middle name is named after Brad and also credit the work himself and really understood the low risk it was with the high reward for my family and my father what's one thing that you wish everyone knew about tissue and organ donation will route there really is no excuse to help your fellow man or woman with with organized tissue donation what do you want to be alive don't are not make sure you you you look at the facts and learn the facts and you can do that by visiting don't a live Colorado dot org and really seeing the the facts religiously the facts medically and and learn the impact you could have you alone can impact over seventy five lives we decide to Tony organized tissue and if you become a live donor you you never know if the one who you don't you to get to go see their son play in the Superbowl and test the liberty trophy on the field and into the produce the Peyton manning so you can bring incredible joy to people who are suffering every day through your through your generosity end it's been twenty years since the donor dashes began and this is the twentieth annual donor dash are you going to be there this year yeah I'm gonna be there my family is going to be there my father might even make the trip you'll create a great bonding experience for him tonight to be apart during a live Colorado and and I because they're going to come out that wash park it's a fantastic read you into that a good place to be on a weekend to probably be great whether it's Carl usually is August and and you get to join a community of people who have given or donated you get to meet some of the people whose lives have been affected for the best and really just join a community of people who given who were who are grateful for life it's a great environment to be in how do you honor your father's Downer all man we we we I call him every Vikings and Packers and it's almost like you're gonna be don't but we invited to everything I mean I brought him to NFL games are brought into college games you know we talk and I really look at him as an uncle in my life and I mean there's really no way we we can Hey the gift you give him my family by donating his kidney to my father and we do you know my father speak to them every week we've been there for his hit different health emergency he's had in his life but we are just we're we're constantly a present a graceful presence in my father's donors life and and we we offer remind him of the many experiences we've been able to have because of his generous gift how many people are walking with you in the donor dash this year I know there's gonna be a believe over four hundred people already signed up for the donor dash and and hopefully we have many more walking with us in and taking part in it and there great great little events awards will be given out and now again great awareness of activity for families not just for individuals and events somebody was thought about giving it I haven't really found a reason why a come find out if the donor dash if you could find that reason and I suspect you will put a smile the laughs the stories from former donors whole routine it was and how it's changed their life for the better it connected them with others donation is such a giving giving aspect that we can each do and other donor dash is one of the many examples of of that collection of that community and one thing before I let you go what do you say to people who are on the fence about signing up to become a donor I understand you know I can say that first and foremost understand people who may be on the fence of donating and just know that whoever you donate to you you bring a gift of life that people appreciate each and every day my father each and every day he wakes up is grateful for the donation from his best friend of the kidney grateful for the experience use you've been able to have and for those who is best with kidneys you know need assistance and they spent five hours a day three days a week on the dialysis machine some people have to bring it to work if their teacher or their accountant and and you really just remove obstacles for others to enjoy life as those of us with great help you also.

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"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

08:26 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"So we're talking about a dodge journey, and you haven't seen this. I've none as much as I love dogs. I somehow missed this one did you see the original one dog's purpose didn't Dennis Quaid is in both films, I guess. Yes, he was older now to that was a two thousand seventeen movie. So the, the story line on this is this dog Bailey, who's the beloved pet of Dennis Quaid, who plays Ethan and Marg hygiene burger my president and I believe she's, she's some. Yeah. She's his wife. And dogs don't live forever. Sadly, and Bailey dies. But then he's reincarnated in a different dog. And once again, reincarnated in another dog so that was the storyline. That was late in the original dogs purposes, dogs journey, and it is unabashedly picking up where we left off. It's a tear Jerker to be sure I knew that going in and, and I liked it. Now this time Bailey is protecting. CJ. Played by younger girl, the beginning of the movie, whose mom is a very bad personal lease at that stage of her life. She's got a drinking problem, she's very neglectful of her daughter, and the CJ is protected by Bailey in various forms. I should also note that CJ gets older in the movie and she's played CJ's played by Kathryn Prescott. Right. I don't think I know her, well, I said, shields awfully familiar, well, she's in the sun that, that the current movie with the Pierce Brosnan set in Texas in the post, second pro civil war period into the early nineteen hundreds she plays this. Young Germanic immigrant who's captured by the Indians and enslaved. So that's where I recognize it from, but and Laurie Lynn will reveal like this. She has a decided resemblance. Two area played by maisy Williams in thrones ares have little bigger knows. But that was my wait. A second is that area. So I checked it out, and it isn't, but it's close to close to area anyway. The, the snooty critics at rotten tomatoes gave it a forty eight percent rating the audience gave it a ninety four percent rating. It's. But Doug lovers with the audience, there's another element to one in one of, Bailey's reincarnations and. Bailey is a dog that can sniff out cancer who just among people. So some of the reviewers pooh-poohed this, but I did some research on that as well. And there is truth to this sometimes it's, it's exaggerated, but dogs have smell receptors at our ten thousand times more accurate than humans. There have been a tests, where dogs have been able to actually sense cancer by smell, which leads to early diagnosis, and it can save people's lives. So that's an interesting part of it as well. Now, the, the Adam grim is a film critic for the Detroit News. About this movie. He said cute pup with the stories a real dog. He said, pretty clever descending league. But what, what caused me to laugh out loud? When I read his review, he said. This is the type of movie where all the characters the good or bad, nothing in between the only emotions are happy and sad. It's as if this was written from the emotional mindset of a dog, duh. Of course. That's what it's all about. And, and you're hearing, the narration given by Josh Gad, who plays all of these dogs talking in the dogs voice from the dog's perceptions me last, he was a producer on this movie. So you can't you can't void that really tell you about the cartoon I went to on a newspaper to frame cartoon you remind me when you say Lassie in the first frame, the Tim is fallen into the lake Lassie season fall into the lake and, and runs off. Timmy, says Lassie get help and in the second frame Lassie is lying on a psychiatrist couch. Getting psychotherapy Lhasa was getting help. But anyway, I enjoyed this movie. It is a tear Jerker. Bring a bring an extra handkerchief, if you love dogs, you'll love are you person? I didn't know about you what I don't have a dog as a pet, but I'll highlight dogs, and I like cats. But I like dogs bright. You had to pick a team though dogs or cats. Okay, next next book, smart, new teen comedy. We tease it in the last segment. It's got beanie Feldstein. And if she looks familiar, she is the sister of Jonah hill, the younger sister, join a hill, of course, was super beds. That's why partly why I made that connection. And then Caitlyn. Deavere why don't know a lot about except I know she was in justified. She had very good supporting role there. So she's a talented young actress, they play to high school kids, and they're about to graduate and they have been working, and working, and working, they're very smart. They're very dedicated, and they want to get into the best college, they want to set up their adult lives. And then they realize that, hey, you know, all the kids who partied all all those years in high school. They're going to the same cool colleges. We are what gives. So they want to go to this big college sort of high school party live, it up show, their friends that they can be cool and funny and hip and crazy and wild. So the setup is very generic. It seen as a million times before we're high schoolers want to go to the big party, and maybe meet a girl or a guy, whatever. But there's two things that differentiate this movie one is we talk about being woken being feminist and being intersectional and being empowering. That is this on steroids book smart is the most woke movie I think I've ever seen. If the two the two main characters love each other, they support each other nurturing they love. Ruth Bader, Ginsburg, they love Michelle Obama. The route the entire movie there are these sort of little kind of nods and flourishes and mentions of all these different themes, which I, I don't say it may not see I appreciate women. I want I want to be as powerful as they can be. But it's annoying at times for sure, especially when you're watching a movie, they say, nice things about Mitch McConnell. Maybe. No, they don't laugher is a moment where they kind of want to smash the white white male patriarchy. I see. Okay. Having said all that. Yes, I'm a critic I have to judge with the movies good or not. This is a very charming movie. The two lead actresses are very engaging. The movie has a lot of good laughs as far as like ha, ha funny stuff. It's smart screenplays. Excellent. And so I can kind of compartmentalize that and say, well, I don't love when that sort of bleeds into the entertainment, I found it very appealing. And it didn't do well at the box office at all. It's underperforming and I wonder if the word of mouth will kick in or maybe this will become a kind of a cult classic from years, you know, years ahead time. But right now it's not scoring and I'm curious as to why. You didn't need to give me permission that head. Absolutely. No intention of seeing it at all. And by the way, if you go online, you can find the first six minutes of this film, the studio put that out which was a little bit of a sign of confidence. Like, hey, we liked this movie. We're proud of this movie you can kind of sample it here. It's the first six minutes and again, it's our rate, it's very body. So just know that going in, as lots of sexual hijinks going on, and drinking and inappropriate behavior. But it's a teen comedy. That's kind of comes with the territory avenue. Help from Mike Rosen club movie may have Dylan the line. I'm not sure if we do or not we have Dylan. Yes, we do great. Hey Dillon has it going good? How are you? I'm good. So I kind of set aside, my kind of political differences, but the movie and yet I still really enjoyed it. I don't know. Your politics is not important, but I was gonna curious your reaction to book smart. Pure profanity fueled. It's well-earned comedic and emotional bliss. It's really nice. So kind of refreshing three different, isn't it? From Caitlyn, derby, never something like that. Drive. Give us some depth to its heard,.

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"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:11 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Fun were to check in today, you'd find new movie reviews for the curse allow your own ah? And also breakthrough faith based film, which I think is one of the best we've seen so far a lot of these Christian films. Maybe the acting as a little bit less than spectacular the plays a little bit clunky times. I thought this was really well put together excellent cast, and it's very effective. It's based on true story about a a youngster who falls beneath the ice is trapped under water for fifteen minutes somehow survives. They take him to the hospital, but he can't survive much longer. Right. He's going to die. I mean, no one could could endure that kind of a punishment to their body or Kenny. So. When you say Christian films are these films that you started? I star direct. I write them, our no, it's it's a faith based film. It's it's in a movie that embraces faith. But I think this John is really growing. It's been fun to watch. It's been clunky at times. But now they're mainstream actors and actresses Chrissy Mets Josh Lucas for grace, Mike Colter. So it's a very enjoyable film. And for heaven's sake. No pun intended. Bring some tissues. This is a tear Jerker. Oh my goodness. I was fighting back tears washing. It was very effective that way. Well, I have a lot of scar tissue. Not really doing. Yeah. Listen, why not? Okay. Well, we have a lot to do today. We're going to start off with game of thrones. Then we're going to talk about a movie called the silence. Then also little if we can get that new teen comedy. Okay. So I thought we'd bring in an expert for game of thrones watched all of them. I haven't drawn all of the family trees, the way Laurie Lynn has an of course, she's memorized all of them try. I try you are on a scale of one to ten with ten being a G O T fanatic in one being someone who's never seen it. Where would you put yourself? I'd probably put myself in eight or nine I'd say eleven. To eleven and a half actually met somebody the other day who has watched the complete series four times before Sunday night. I caught up on the last two episodes of season seven I did the same thing on Sunday. And especially the last episode really helped as a starting point as a jump off for for this. So I'm I'm following the little finger get killed. I never liked that. That's why you can watch that episode over and over again, by the way regarding viewership for this season. One nine point three million people season to eleven point six season. Three fourteen point four season for nineteen point one season. Five twenty point to season six twenty five point seven season seven last year, thirty two point eight this year may be forty million because we're mouth is really taking people feel is if they've been left out if they're not conversant about game of thrones. Yeah. The the live viewer. Ship on HBO itself was a little bit down from the last season finale, but it was much more. When you take into HBO, go HBO now all the different platforms where you can see it. So he started it much later parties. It's a sign of the times how things are changing. But yeah, the the enthusiasm is certainly there. So is this unquestionably? The most watched series of all time. So would you say I mean, first of all it's a cable show exactly isn't that category? The double chin people Seinfeld, for example, different thing. Breaking bad breaking bad was huge as huge as game of thrones. It's the biggest show around now of it's kind. But I I think that the landscape continues the fracture. So whereas the mash finale was massive double check the numbers, but we don't get that anymore because we have so many channels and so many options, it's broadcast in two hundred seven countries and territories and simulcast simulcasting one hundred ninety four countries and territories and is a prequel series coming. That's the Nessin. I've heard. Yeah. It's been filmed in ten countries Northern Ireland where much of it is film. They have studios, right? Republican violent Morocco. Multi-speed Croatia Iceland, United States, Canada and Scotland there have been fifty locations in Ireland including forty nine Northern Ireland. I was in Croatia on a cruise a couple years ago. And we visited the the castle. Why do you when I say v castle your cat? One of them. I forget Manding. And by the way, just gonna show our collective ages. At least when I was growing up if you wish to TV show. It was very obvious. You're watching a TV show the production values were much less than a movie it just had that stars. Didn't have a lot of people go on down. Exactly. But today a TV show can have the same production values as a major motion picture. We're seeing across the board over the course of eight seasons. A total of twelve thousand one hundred thirty seven wigs and hairpieces have been used and that's just an area Salone color and style result of more.

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"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

09:21 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"But I'm joined by Laurie Lynn Barker, and we're talking to Mary Frances about captain marvel the movie of the month, the movie of the year movie of the wait a minute. We have you know, endgame game coming up just gonna teasing never know. Maybe the box office will keep exploding. But yeah, what other marvel characters are they coming out with this year other? That's a great question. You know, there is an X men movie coming in June. But that's not the. Dark phoenix. And then we've got Zam and a few weeks. That's right. We've got avengers endgame comes out next month. And then I'm not sure what else is on the horizon right now. I don't know if man is played out. We got no new Black Panther coming right away. I think wonder woman maybe next year. I'm dan. Yeah. The two main camps here. But yeah, I don't have to double check that. But I think the kind of frontloading him in the early part of the year one of the things I'd like to bring up actually my husband brought this up because he went to the movie with me. A lot of people were saying, oh reviewers are just gonna like this. Because if they don't then they're not empowering women, blah, blah, blah, blah, blah, one of the things he noticed every time. There's a female superhero sidekicks is a man like Chris pine with wonder woman. And then, you know, Nick fury in this one. Okay. But you know, Samuel Jackson. I'd want him as my sidekick. That's right. So we're gonna have Mary Francis. Give us her rating on the film. But before that, I think Laurie lane you're very worried that that she going to another caller might be taken. So we're going to give hours. I okay, I'm going to give captain marvel two and a half for balls for balls. Okay. You're up then I'm gonna do three and a half lurk ins. Okay, because that's all she did take. Three and a half a flirting as well. So okay, do you have a backup number or can we give you a few minutes to think about this? Three three three. But what was that thing that he threw up at the end the cube? Oh, the tesseract. Isn't it the tesseract there? Yeah. Right. Walter, a good sport. And not being too mad at us for stealing your review, get tickets to the see film center. Colfax a wonderful place to see a film have made enjoy a drink. It's got a lounge area there, which is going to just a cut above your usual movie theater experience. And of course, the film center has different kinds of movies. They've got Ostra nominated films. They've got more obscure films things you maybe haven't heard of. But you really should. That's what the sea is so special so hoping to others passes and before we let you and before we let Francis go. I did a Google search and Ronin is Cree. Oh, okay. I think they assume that people who are into the marvel universe knew this, and it's gonna play into something in the next movie, you go you might pop up again. All right. Thanks, get married Frances. Thank you. All right. So you surprised at the box office being this robust for the movie? I didn't think it would get there. I was telling you off air I went and saw it on a Sunday afternoon. And there were plenty of seats open. Yeah. I've heard a little bit of that too on on social media. But I. I think at this point the M C, you the marvel cinematic universe. The brand is his rock-solid anything out there today. So if you put a mortal engines movie out there, which is unknown property in a sense, it's a risk or even the the lead a battle angel. It's a big risk bid. People. Don't know it. Everyone knows marvel movies everyone's superhero films, and they will come out to see whoever they have and they've got such a strong fan base. Yeah. When we went on a Sunday three days after it opened. There was tons of marble geeks in there, and they knew to stay to the end they knew when they showed the first Easter egg. I three they were all buzz. I can't believe they did you see that. Did you see that? I mean, they were acting. They were taking it apart. That's right. These are the same people who are sitting at home now taking apart the new trailer for ventures in games. Seen that online. Have you seen that where the people are like, well, if you look in the background? Zoo. The movie I mean, not just because I'm a marvel fan. I think they've done such an amazing job with most of the films there there hit and miss record is spectacular. And just the recent years Black Panther. And I think it's great about the marvel movies is they're often very different. Man is more comedic and Thorpe became more comedic in the last moment. Whereas Black Panther had an epic Swope a scope to it, then avengers 0 wars, just dark and frightening stakes were couldn't be any higher. So I I just love the fact that they can shake things up. They aren't the same cookie cutter approach, and that's great one of the things about captain marvel. I'd like to bring up is. She is the best character to play when you're playing Legos marvel superheroes. Or if you played ultimate Elias wise ass, she's just the best character to play because she has all these great powers. Right. So I thought it was interesting that they made a movie out of it. And now when she's on the good guys side versus Thanos a month in vendors in endgame. We'll see how that plays out. I think there's still going to have to be a team effort to bring down Thanos. But does they make pretty strong and pretty indestructible when she becomes captain marvel. Yeah, they do. And I think it's sort of over the course of the movie she really can discover search yourself. Do we have any more callers? I think we had a couple that may be circling. All right. Well, let's keep talking like captain marvel one of the things that was intriguing to me. And it's this is a great example of the real world versus Twitter because a lot of people on Twitter were very upset at Bree Larsen B Larsen is very woke. She's very str- her. She's very proud of her feminist philosophies, and when she was promoting movies, she brought that into perspective. She talked about how I think there was a Marie-Claire UK edition where she handpicked the journalist who interviewed her I think it was a person who has maybe disabled and the kind of person maybe doesn't get a lot of our tour. And I thought it's kinda cool because it's great to kind of spread things around and and make a more diverse world. But at the same time, she's the actress usually the editor of the magazine would assign the reporter and the overstepping her bounds. And then she talked about this was a very intersectional film about feminism and empowering I think for some people that is off they say, well, just entertain us. Don't give speeches and. So there's all this hubbub online, and it didn't translate at all. I don't think so the box office. What are what are your thoughts on that? I I think the box office may have been affected by if people thought it's gonna be a message. I don't want a message from a marvel superhero movie. I want to see people fight. I wanna see biceps. I wanna see comedy. I wanna see Nick fury. I wanna I wanna see all of this. I don't want to be preached at in a marvel movie. So I don't know if it hurt her hurt the box office this time or not. Yeah. I mean, maybe it would have been one seventy instead of one fifty three it's hard to say. But that's still a lot of money. And if it's a Spike Lee movie, you know, there's going to be a message. That's what he does brand. Right. But I think this time it's different. And I've say I found there was a message in the movie, I found sort of her female co-pilot best friend was a single mom. She had a daughter. There was all this sort of empowering sort of conversations. And even the soundtrack was mostly kind of it was all female nineties. Female pop, and I don't know if you saw this. But they just released a study that all this music is just taking off on downloads. Oh, really? All the power of garbage. You've got all these other people that I can't think of off top of my head and they're just making a resurgent right now. Interesting and one of my favorite bands happens to be garbage. I know that's the weird. It's a really off Bantu like, but I really like garbage. So of course, when I heard it, I was like what we're garbage in a movie go this one choice that really jumped out of Maine. I think had we not in bombarded with an obvious sort of female lead soundtrack. It would have been more fun surprising. No doubts. Just a girl. Now when the moment care for no doubt that so I like that. But the same token, I think if the if the soundtrack have been more conventional and sort of not so female Centric, then introducing that song would have been like a kick almost like guy soon like guardians of the galaxy. Does exactly or even Thor ragnarok, the Led Zeppelin song the name is escaping me is plays a critical role in an action movie sequence. And it's fun and it comes out of the blue. And I think wow. That was cool and people for the most part besides yourself like that song by no doubt. But when it pops up here, it it it felt so obvious because the music they were using was kind of Lou grunge alternative sound. And then you throw no doubt in and you're like, wait a minute. There's just a shock. It's not it's not funny anymore. Yeah. I feel the same about it. And I think these musical selections are interesting because I think with guardians of the galaxy. Great loved it loved by going to the galaxy volume to it felt like they knew okay, we have to put in certain songs. Nobody knew you that the one that was like something fair or something. But I mean, I I don't mind them during it a curve ball. But it it seemed more planned and the first time it felt fun.

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06:44 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Laurie. Len Barker with me today is Dr Kamensky with the Swedish medical center, he joins me today to discuss strokes, Dr Kaminsky. Tell me what you do and your title. So I'm an interventional neuro radiologist primarily at Swedish medical center in Denver. And we treat vascular diseases of the brain and spinal cord, and minimally invasive ways usually going through the artery near the hip or the wrist sometimes even directly through the neck. And that would be a treatment for somebody. Who's had a stroke? So we treat acute strokes by removing the clot from the artery in restoring blood flow retreat aneurysms, both electrically and after they have ruptured, we treat bachelor malformations in the brain and spinal cord treat, narrowing of the arteries and veins, so pretty much anything that has to do with the vascular system to be brain and spinal cord, what is a stroke. So there are basically two types of strokes and can be broken down easily into either bleeding or lack of blood flow. So lack of blood flow is what's called an scheme Xtra which typically is from clot or vessel, narrowing causing reduced blood flow to the brain on one side and hemorragic stroke, or bleeding stroke is one something maybe an aneurysm, maybe a blood vessel malformation may just be from trauma causes bleeding in or around the brain. Is there a difference between a stroke and an aneurysm? While an aneurysm in and of itself is simply a ballooning out of the blood vessel wall. You can think about it. Like if your garden hose get the bubble off the side of it that bubble is a weak point. Which is what the aneurysm is. And the Andrews them since it is a weak point can subsequently burst or bleed which causes life threatening problems when we see them, and they have not blood we typically recommend treatment, unless they're very very small so Anderson's cause hemorrhagic stroke ischemic stroke, again is blockage of the blood vessel. What are some of the signs of a stroke? So for the more common schemic stroke, something easy to remember the sign the back rim fast, F, A S T and that stands for face, arm speech and time so for face signed. You would see would be drooping the one side of the face. You may see abnormal eye movements a, arm weakness of one, arm or one leg. So stroke tends to affect one side of the body. Speech s patients will either have slurred speech, they may sound like they're drunk. They may not be able to speak at all which we call a phase or they may be speaking gibberish, depending on what part of the speech center in the brain is affected. And then t is one of the most important when it comes to stroke stands for time and time is of the utmost importance the longer. The blood vessel remains blocked, the more permanent damage there will be and we're trying to minimize that damage by getting the blood vessel open as quickly as possible. So if somebody sees any of those signs of stroke, they should call nine one one immediately to get to a center such as Swedish, which is a comprehensive stroke center, where we can treat them both with caught busting medication or treating them with the intervention where we physically take the clot out. Now, does it always affect. The left side. Or does it affect both sides of the body? So just depends on where the blockages so the right side of the brain controls the left side of the body and vice versa. So the blockages in an artery on the right side of the brain. It'll affect the left side of the body. If the blockages on the left side of the brain, it'll affect the right side of the body speech in most people is in the left side of the brain. So that's when you tend to see a failure or inability to speak when the blockages on the left side of the brain on the right side. They tend to have more slurred speech rather than inability to talk about some of the other symptoms that we hear about are they miss or are they true like some of the symptoms you here, if you smell pennies, or if you smell burnt, toast, the other one I've heard is stick out your tongue. If you can't stick out your tongue, then you possibly your happiness stroke. What is the truth to any of these? So the the smell part tends to be more. When a patient has a seizure or potentially a tumor and location like the temporal lobe. So the small pieces not typically something that we see for an acute blockage the tongue can be affected. But you know, usually the other signs are much more indicative. Mister Netanyahu affected. It may be something more in the brain stem or something pressing on the nerve that goes to the Tom. So the other ones I mentioned that you see with the fast acronym are probably the easier ones to see more indicative of an actual blocking. Dr Kamensky what you're telling me is to err on the side of caution. I would say if there's any suspicion of stroke that it's better to go to the hospital, and it ended up being nothing, then wait it out, and there's permanent damage that can't be fixed are people more prone to strokes. If they had Bell's palsy. No. So that is a mess. I've actually heard that message before that if you've had Bell's palsy Bell's palsy is typically after a viral illness and the nerve that controls movement of the face of the fact that it's not a direct risk factor for future through for more information about strokes and the symptoms of the stroke, please, visit Stroke Association dot org. I'm Laurie Lynn Barker, and this is front range, focus, what should people do? If it runs in the family of strokes are hereditary in the family typically when people say strokes are hereditary, it's because of.

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04:46 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Radio time. Three forty six. I am getting excited for this Rolling Stones concert. I am really getting excited. Lori Lynn is making her way. And I bet she's getting excited about our Rolling Stones concert. We just had a Rolling Stone bump their Laurie. Lynn, I'm very excited. I don't know. I'm excited to see if they if they seem. Old. You're saying they were still alive by the time. It comes around. Yeah. I was trying to think they're in their mid seventy. Yeah. I was trying to think of, but you know, what the last time. I saw the who I've seen a couple times the first time was nineteen thousand nine ninety maybe. Okay. And Roger Daltry. Oh, he was core. J he was like. Up on stage. And then I saw them five years ago. And the first thing I thought was I really wish I had not seen Rodriguez right now because then I would have had that beautiful memory of beautiful Roger Daltry, but nobody's ever going to say, Mick Jagger's, beautiful. Right. And Keith Richards has always look the same always. Oh, yeah. He's always on the verge of death. Yeah. Definitely. He's gonna outlive us all, but can you imagine the insurance waivers on those shows if they're going to, you know, maybe I saw something like in touch the other day that Mick Jagger was suffering from dementia. No. And then the next episode of in touch he's actually pregnant with his own child. Be true with Mick Jagger because how many children does he have? In an age group and how we're going to ask the Google. How many kids does Mick Jagger's won't pay to go? See my rock idols of my youth. I won't do that anymore. By the way, he has eight kids. Jagger. Rob does not having kids too. Yeah. Well, he has eight children five grandchildren and one great grandchild. Rod Stewart's the other one that he's got seven. Yeah. But doesn't he have one lights like younger than his oldest grandchildren are grandchild or probably his his kids. I just read an article about him his kids range from like late thirties almost forty two seven. Wow. Congratulations. Rod exactly time. He came through. I just can't imagine being seventy something. And then having a baby or do you think I'm sexy? You're like, no, I really don't. I don't. I just assume he's not singing to me. You know what I'm saying? We're just saying. Yeah. I. Just like you get on with your bad self was that his song song book tour with Santana? No. It's the one he did with Cyndi Lauper last year. Oh, excellent. By the way, Chuck went to see the Santana. Rod Stewart Joe and Santana open for Rod Stewart, which is weird. I know, but he went in there. And there were all these like Latin guys and girls that came to see Santana, right? So Chuck is sitting next to this guy, and he is Hispanic and they were talking and this guy's like. Yeah. I don't know who this Rod Stewart guy checks like do you think I'm sexy and the guys like not really? The song. And the guy's like. Oh, yeah. I know that song ended up staying Chuck said half of the audience left after Santana, right? Like just to go out. And and this guy stayed and at the end of the concert. He was like, I'm really glad you told me to say that guys good. He might have some staying power that rods. Celica will not need plan b just yet. And then when you go see Barry Manilow, and my best friend, and I already an argument that started last night about whether or not it could be magic is a better. Barry Manilow song that weekend in New England. Well, what's interesting is? He speeds up every song just enough. So he doesn't hold belong note. Right. And to get off of his songs in an hour and a half. That. Yes, I used to be embarrassed time and a half. It used to be I used to be embarrassed about my complete love of Barry Manilow. But now I wear it like a badge of honor. It was the first concert. I ever saw red rocks. You know, why? Because I can't smile without you Lori. Lynn, I can't small can't laugh. I can't laugh I can't sing. But you and I've seen Neil diamond together. Now this last. That was the last tour nowhere after that. Yeah. We have in the studio rob in for his daily beating next there that guy that never rings in anymore grant. He's back there acai grant. Did you? We got Brandon krisztal and Laurie Lynn. And now it's time for the most exciting segment all the radio guide. And. Of that day..

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04:26 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Forty six. I'm going to let Ron have the last word on the four day workweek. Go ahead. Ron. Yeah. Yeah. I used to work in manufacturing. And they had a really great schedule to keep the plant running seven days a week. They would do three days on read as off or shifts. And if you're on day shift to stayed on days, or if you a night shift you stayed on night so three on three off all the time. Yes. I could live with that. Yeah. So your days off would rotate and the way they taste was that you got overtime for anything over eight hours or even on the day the weeks that you only work three days and that we would get forty two hours worth of pay. No is very nice. Yeah. Yeah. Those days are over now. Yeah. Was nice because days off always rotated though. You've got some days off, right? You got some days out during the week. All right. Hey, I appreciate the phone. Call ron. Lori lynnwood. You do a four day workweek? Yes. Can I please doing? Well, do I have to talk to you talk about the fact that our entire lives are about to be up ended. And we don't even know if we're going to be sitting next to each other soon, and I am going. They don't understand how touch him about moving my cheese. Now, we're talking about moving my desk. Could be gone in a few days, I could be gone in a few days. Although my productivity might go up slightly. If you're not sitting we talk as much as people think we do. I think we talk a lot. I really don't think we talk. I've seen in the hallway. We don't talk on Mondays because you're not here. Right. So that's one full day of not talking. So I feel like we just a law of averages. We don't talk that much. That's true some days, we might talk more than others right today. We weren't very talkative now because I came in late true because I was dealing with everything today today was my deal with everything today really felt like a Monday. But I have hold in. The you have that cascading like cascade of crap that happens. You can't just be one thing. It's like a casket of crab. So in the midst of my cascade of crap yesterday. I was like, you know, what I'm buying a lottery ticket. I buy a lottery ticket when I'm having a good day. I think that is a bad strategy because it has not worked for me. So I bought lottery tickets yesterday thinking, okay, God, you're gonna get make cascade of crap. Lease let me win the lottery just saying you think it's gonna work now. Now, we have till tomorrow. Right. But a girl can dream. That's true. Yeah. Tomorrow's Powerball, but always fun to dream. Exactly. That's what I pay my two dollars for. Okay. What how am I gonna spend my two hundred eighty two million dollars? I would have a list of people. I would give it away to not all of it. I'm not. I mean, I'm not insane. But really, you don't need one hundred and forty million dollars right after taxes and everything you set aside twenty million and your family is set for the next generation wait till they squander it all on paid like cursing families houses off. Oh, yeah. Give some to my brothers. My sisters my brothers and sisters now. Screw my nieces. My brothers and sisters are responsible for their own kids. Right. Like, here's your money. If your kids want money, call you don't ever call me again is okay. I do too. But their parents can take care of them. That's that gets too complicated. Because I like some of them better than others. Well, we all do. I wanted to be awkward. I want to be accused of playing favorites is going to be very gala -tarian my give it away which you just start buying houses in different areas. I would I would start buying places all over the world. I I. First place in Hawaii that a an apartment and Budapest. And then probably something in New York that I could run out and use what I wanted to go there. Nice. And then I would probably buy something in the middle of Montana. One of those giant rich people compounds, right? The other way I'd go to New Mexico and justify kind of like let Julia Roberts has there. You go. And now because joins us in the studio from left to right. Rob is in for his daily beating grant is back there. But I haven't heard him lately. Brennan, crystal in the studio, Laurie Lynn, and of course, me because now it's time for the most exciting segment on the radio. It's kind of.

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09:53 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Popcorn a box of it. This is Mike Rosen at the movies on KOA, NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one FM. Welcome back to Mike Rosen at the movies. I'm Laurie Lynn Barker in for Mike and along with Christian TOTO and we've been talking about the phenomenon called net flicks. So we're gonna talk about the dairy girls telling about the dairy girls. Yeah. It's a story set in the nineteen nineties at a an Irish school. It's about a bunch of precocious Irish teenagers all women except for one little town for fellow and it's all about their misadventures their banter, they're kind of sexual cravings and their miss misbehavior. And it's charming, and it's sweet, and it's goofy. And it's a little salty. And it's really addictive. It's only six episodes. We've got one season. The new season's coming March overseas. I don't know how long it will take before. A Netflix gets it. I suspect they may speed up the process, I think they will too. I think that's what they did with the great British baking show. Yes. I think demand is big now here. So I think they're gonna get it. Here's quickly as possible. We shall see. But yeah, I thought it was charming. This is up a writers regularly some guillano her stuff. But this is her vision. It's loosely based on some of her experiences. I didn't realize. Yeah. And it just feels authentic. It feels raw in real. And it's funny and the actresses are terrific. They're very interesting, and they're kind of embodying certain stereotypes, but doesn't feel stereotypical. It feels fresh. The first episode. They decide they're going to they're going to beef up their uniforms because they go to Catholic school, and they all have Jean jackets on will. Then then one of them the the mother says that she can't wear them. So none of them were except for the one girl. She's like what happened to the jacket, and they're like, we're not wearing she's well, I'm not going to wear them. I'm not going to be the only one being an individual, which I'd love that's really cute lie. Lot of it is set in Ireland. These people have heavy Irish brogue. The complaint that I've seen online is that it's kind of hard to understands understandable. Honestly, I put on these subtitles. You need to reveal your hand Christian. Right. And by the way, there's a little bit of kind of the local politics that troubles this sort of the bombing. And so it's I think it's woven pretty effectively into the storytelling. Well, and they addressed that in the first episode or be the second episode where the soldiers come on the bus. Yeah. Yeah. So it's Cussing. Yeah. Exactly. Because they're little. They're good Catholic girls. Have you gotten to the end of it? No. I have not. Oh, well, I'm going to see if the caller that we have with us. Okay. Has gotten to the end. Dave are you with us? I am. And I watched the whole bag. I'm thinking one day. Oh, it's only a half hour long in six episodes. So it's certainly doable for us kind of bingeing nation. So right, absolutely. I'm so conflicted on this show because like I don't know that I've seen a confederate see of on this level since like I Tanya. Only one character who's completely likable, which is the husband. But even though it's a show about dumb people doing dumb things haven't helped me. I love this thing. Isn't it cute by owning how goofy these characters not just the girls, but their families are I'm not spoiling a darn thing for the show now, it's downright magical by by showing how goofy everyone can be. And having it be so excellently executed with the writing and the acting. It goes from just being dumb people to being incredibly endearing you can't help. But root for news girls to make it and make it happen. And the plan's gonna work out. Even though it never happened. Never happened. No matter what they do a couple of points. You're only six episodes at short even if even British series may go a little bit longer than that also the production. I think this was in early two thousand eighteen it came out. So they're taking their sweet time to make new episodes, which suggests that there the creative process is lengthy and elaborate, and I think it's why it it show. When you watch it 'cause it's so crisp and the banter is so quick and everything about is very tight. There's no boring moments has no sort of dead air. It's all very well put together. And I think that maybe that just takes time in a way that it reminds me, it's a completely different total show. But there's another British comedy called spaced. They may know as made by Edgar Wright and Simon Pegg has Shaun of the dead and all this other stuff. It was very like it me feel on its on its surface to you about Reno just characters doing whatever. And all of that goes, a light hearted thing like friends, but dairy girl a very deliberate about what it wants to accomplish. Which is something really easy to to. Appreciate the whole chips thing for chips has four five. Okay. Five is five enough. And then the next time I'll take seven chips. What I love about the show is it's a show set in Ireland that as an American I get I'm not a girl. I'm a guy. I get it. I get the emotions I get the tension. I get the family dynamics. And that's what's beautiful about Netflix bringing shows overseas to America is that its it translates beautifully. There's no sort of hiccup the differences the chips and some of the language in some of the references get it. It's not what we go through. But it's the universality of the whole story, which is really a home run. And I think it's adorable. I like I said there's there. That's the only word except for. There are a lot of four letter. Yeah. Its course. And then they bring in the the exchange students, and she's so funny. I mean, it's just like, and then the whole dog seen and then the crush on the priest didn't here, just like, wow. It's just like you said, I did they just brought it over here and just kind of put it up there and the main complaint that I've seen is that, you know, people just don't understand the accents. Well, and those are my peeps easily fixed. So I'm not having a lot of trouble with that kind of show. You wanna watch maybe more than once because there's a lot of things flying at you. So I can time you'll get the language the accent. And you'll get some more jokes. Right. Right. So let's break this. Can I read one more thing is there's a senior the end that that kind of makes a nod to inclusion and a lot of TV shows, especially in the US winter trying to be inclusive to other groups that may not be Representative or whatever it's very ham-fisted enforced. And when it happened in this show, it's so true to who these characters are. And it's hard to say. It has six two half hour episodes. How do you know who these characters are hit by the second episode? Yeah. Very that seems very meaningful and thought out but not forced and just feels very true and natural to the thing is really impressive. Excellent. I agree. Go ahead and rate it I'm we're going to rate it. I didn't know we were going. I'm gonna give it four to five bullied backfires. I thought it was just so so charming and funny, and Dave I wanna give it four to five state miracles. I'm going to give it four out of five lipsticks, very good. That was in the second episode. Not one but two awards few today. I the the sort of this special reward our passes to Tuesday's screening of the shell knock grow old. It's the movie that everybody's talking about Peter Jackson's recreation of war one footage, it is by all accounts. Amazing. So I hope you enjoy that presentation. And also, of course, Alamo draft house semi tickets, either sloan's lake or little tin, a great place to check out a movie, it's an experience, it's fun. And of course, no texting no talking. So enjoy those combination of passes. Thanks so much. Thank you. Dave. Are you a bench watcher? I wish I was just don't have the time by the time. I go to bed, and I put on a show that I wanted. Episodes a miracle. So in theory, I'm waiting for a massive flu, which I do not want. Right. But I just I don't have the time. I wish I could I had I had the instinct in two inch. But I just can't well real quick. We have about a minute and a half left. Let's talk about the Oscars in net flex. We were talking off the air that there are two movies actually that are being acknowledged for the Oscars this year and they're living on net flicks right now, do you know, the reasoning behind that? Oh, gosh. I don't know. I mean, I think there's different reasons why you'd wanna go to net. Flix? There's no the reason that they got nominated because they're good on what the Koran is. You know, is is a big name director of his ostrich before. But I mean, the world is changing a Netflix movie now has more cash than it did a year ago. I just think the culture is evolving, and I think filmmakers are looking at Netflix has a viable platform. And also as a way to reach the masses the bird box movie, we talked about got millions of viewers in a way that wasn't possible in the theaters and last year they did. It with mudbound. If you remember it wasn't. I don't think there's a big enough movie or didn't have the cash, right? But yeah, it was kind of them feeling waters. So next week. What movies are you're looking at. Unfortunately, we're talking about serenity. Anne Hathaway anathema punishing serenity is firefly's firefly. But that was the name that was the name of the movie that spot off the exactly he's also a wonderful film called STAN and Ollie about laurel. And hardy, and we may touch on the kid who would be king of recharging movie for kids. But I think adults will like it too. And not the LEGO movie too. That's coming soon. I thought that was next weekend. The week after it's coming out early. Okay. Because I love the Batman. Like, I have watched that more than once voice leave that at that. We'll thanks for being with me today. Christian. Thank you. This is Mike Rosen at the movies. I'm Laurie Lynn Barker filling in for Mike Rosen along with Christian TOTO, we'll be back next week on KOA NewsRadio. Are you worried about your mom or dad living alone in their house? Hi,.

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09:46 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Welcome back to Mike Rosen at the movies. I'm laurie. Lynn Barker filling in for Mike Rosen along with Christian Todo, and we're talking about the masterpiece class. Oh, oh, we have a caller joining us. Do and some people like you said unless like the movie, let's see if Dylan is one of those people were he's as critical as we are Dylan are you with us down here. Okay. What did you think of this wonderful masterpiece called class? Oh, I loved it. Meandering master Pretoria self referential slog of a story that was really good about. Go on please. If you only highlight, Bruce Willis isn't really given anything to do, and he's just bear to look. Okay. Yeah. And I felt that way too. Like the first like twenty minutes like this is kind of setting things up to be like a well pulled story, maybe. But once they get into the psych ward, they just kind of stay there and nothing happens for an hour and a half, right? Oh, there's lots of flashing lights. From changes of personality Maccabi act. That's it. And why did we just find out about the flashing light defeating the beast? Why why was this just rebid? Why was this just put it this movie? Like, a kind of pitiful plot point like they couldn't think of anything better than a flashing light. Because snap their fingers clap their hands or you could have just shielded. His is even like. Has he seen bird box? January your face like the scene where the guy standing in front of the lights. No sudden he doesn't get affected like really really come on. Awful dialogue and parts like references to internet memes. And someone saying we have to get to Okinawa towers the tallest building just bad. Yeah. I agree. And what you mentioned before which I was annoyed especially at the end not reveal the misuse of. Bruce Willis, you know, Bruce Willis has a tendency to sleep walk through movies as he's gotten older, but just the raincoat covering. Yeah. So it. Stupid Kosta, but it's least James McEvoy took off his clothes. That's an interesting choice. But I think this is a non superhero superhero movie where it's not flashy spandex, costumes. It's just a coat where he shirtless or I think that's interesting. And we talk about the sun. Oh, sure. There. You know, the mean, Bruce, Willis his son Ryan, right? But at the same actor, I forget his name same actor from the first movie unbreakable up. And now he's got a new role. I understand that. But still and then the beast has a soft pious for what's her face. And she doesn't really have much to do either. You're smart guy. And I you had the sensibility where you can maybe even see what other people see in this movie any sort of theories. They're like why it's got a seventy seven ish rating on rotten tomatoes from the public. I mean, that's that's pretty positive. I'm not sure I it's not really a like a crowd pleasing movie. I'm kind of confused as to why audiences like it as much as marvel movie. Even that's a great point. When I when I left the theater, I think I'd much who is sitting with. But I turned to them and said listen to the crowd because it was a very owner ending. I I see a lot of superhero movies. There's an energy in the crab when you see a, you know, a Black Panther or ant, man. There's sort of a fun vibe. It's uplifting. And when the when the when the credit start to roll, you can feel it is clapped her or just you can just sense the excitement, I got none of that in the theater. It's anecdotes, but I just done that assignment. Like everybody walked out of the theater like somebody had just relieved themselves on the. Because they're just like what did we just see the ending is the most disrespectful part of the movie, I thought that was the most unsatisfying left my jaw dropped. And then I was laughing, and I was left entirely uncaring afterward. Dylan. I almost wish you call in next week. So we're gonna be talking in serenity might have very similar. Let's talk a little bit the action sequences because I've heard some critics ding them. And I thought they were interesting. I felt like I thought that had a different visual approach. It was more hands on not CGI. And I liked it. What was your connection to these sort of the action sequences this just a couple of action? Seems there's the one with average Willison 'em in the beginning. Yeah. And and it's it's of shot. Interestingly too Briscoe was like shaking back and forth. Yeah. Yeah. No. Some of the shops are pretty interesting. And I don't know they seem to well done. It's just there's not much of it to speak up. Yeah. And that's why you know, Laura Lynn was kind of joking about please don't make 'em night director marvel movie, but I saw those secrets thought. Well, I don't think I'd mind that if he brought energy to so I think you might given creative freedom. I think he might be able to do something. But he also might not be just truly a toss up. You don't know what you'll get exactly I think that the the marvel team I suspect is very controlling. And even though they hire let a good directors and writers, I suspect their hands are pretty heavily involved in that. So I think if m nights doing his thing, and they don't like what this might be rather interesting behind the scenes, but I guess we'll never get a piece of creative input. Just don't like him as a director them. That's all I think they should just give him to the DC world. They suffered enough. Maybe they can make it a little bit better. Yeah. All right. Well, we know rank the movie on a scale of one to five using a clever unit of measure, and I'm gonna go I I'm gonna give it to puddles. And I'm not gonna say what that means. If you haven't seen it. But it's the most disappointing point of the movie for me. Lower than what you think. I'll let Dylan gopher okay? I said a one and a half entirely unnecessary cameos. Oh, yes. He he thinks he's Alfred Hitchcock, and or Stanley thing, but in a little less grading mine is to puddles. Really? Or I was going to give it a two. All right. Did they didn't deserve our creativity? There. Well, Dylan has suffered and his suffering. He is not one mature awards. What he's got it to the sea film center. Colfax a wonderful place to see a movie, they've got drinks and bites to eat and great programming. Something unique in clinic. I love the seafoam center. Plus you've got passes to Tuesday's press screening of they shall not grow old. It's kind of the movie of the year the years rather young. But this is a World War One recreation, and it's done by Peter Jackson, the great director, he took hours and hours and hours of footage. He upgraded their quality. He colorized that he made it in three d he had forensic lip readers. Yeah. This is stuff out of his own collection spectacular event. It's broken records for events. Now. It's gonna be opening more theaters next week, but you're gonna get a sneak peek at it on Tuesday. And we hope you enjoyed this past passes as well. Thank you. Thank you. Dylan. Now, we're gonna talk a little bit more about they shall not grow old. Yes soon, but you saw it. And maybe you can give us a little glass and immediately went and saw they shall not grow. The reason. I had heard so many good things about it. There's a gentleman here Dave lower who just kept going on and on about it. And I'm like, you know, it sounds like something my husband would be interested in, and I I love film, solid go and see it. And so we were able to get it on one of the events in it said, absolutely. The last time the back by Patrick man that kind of thing. So I bought my tickets in advance like five days in advance. We got center right up. And it was three d probably the most amazing film. I've seen an ADL out time. If you look at it from a film, lovers point of view. And then at the end, they show this half hour documentary that Peter Jackson talks about the making of the film and how he came about your jaws on the floor. Now, this movie's gotten anything. Mostly raves. And I've heard lots of reactions like yours it came out late last year. It was limited limited visas is it already up for Oscars for next year. Or is it? There was the windward close the windows already closed that seems odd that has got no way words, and maybe because it was a fathom event, and they didn't see it as traditional movie, but that's kind of wrong. But that's the topic. We can go into later right now because the Oscars are looking at flex movies now looking at how this I think Romo is going to win best picture. That's my aunts. My prediction. Thank you can watch right now. Say that's great that you can see it. And it's that accessible I didn't think it was worth any anywhere near the praise of getting. But there is and they also through the ballot Bester Scruggs in there. And I think that picked up a nomination as well. Maybe three did it really best song. Okay. And I don't know what the other two were. But there's three that it got interesting screenplay. Maybe an not in there as well. But it might be. Yeah. Well, when we come back, we're going to we're going to actually be talking about net flex we're going to be talking about this adorable little series that I caught onto when it first came on. And then all of a sudden, it was just on social media. Have you seen the dairy girls? When we come back. We'll be talking to somebody. We'll be talking about the dairy girls a net flicks. And this is Laurie Lynn Barker in for Mike Rosen along with Christian TOTO on Microsoft. That's a.

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06:23 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"We need to get a couple of taxpayer relief shots in. It's never too late for a taxpayer relief shot Portland. Oregon. The Popo are investigating a deadly shooting that happened outside the southeast Portland strip club early Tuesday morning. Imagine that a shooting outside a strip club. That's that's unusual. The officer responded to the dream on saloon. I got a buddy up in Portland, call him and find out if he's ever been to the dream on saloon. This call the city responded to the call around two thirty in the morning following the report of a disturbance during an initial investigation. The pope will learned that an armed security guard at the strip club was approached by two men in the parking lot. There was some sort of disturbance in one of the minimum shot by the security guard. The two men fled the scene after the shooting. The Popo said the man who was shot was found by officers. He was taken to an area hospital with serious injuries and was pronounced dead later Tuesday morning. Police said the bureau's homicide detail is working with the county DA's office and the Oregon state Emmys office to investigate the shooting the man's identity will re- will be released after his next of kin are notified the other men involved in the disturbance was located and taking into into a customer. It's time to go home, Angie. What? You just have to learn how to speak better the lips aren't. The lips and the tongue in the brain and the mouth or not coordinated. That they're not coordinating. And I didn't I didn't go to the Laurie Lynn Bari either. Are you? Sure, I promise I did not. But I would like to go to the dream on saloon. Get one of those blended things tweet. I asked Roger Hudson. If he knew what one of those blended things was and it was an emphatic. No, I have no clue. Insert your own joke. There. Then the because he threw it right back at me and said that I should know that is true. And also said that she didn't. It is kind of sad. Let's get Hudson in here and ask him about. A battle sipping. Give us a primer little primer on the blended orgasm. The security guard is cooperating with the investigation, according to the Popo now if you witnessed the shooting or have any information about this incident, please call detective Todd grod wall at five zero three eight two three nine we'll give this phone number out. Now, surprisingly, this is the second shooting happened outside the dream on saloon in the past three. What do you think? Years weeks in the past three months. A twenty six year old man was shot and killed outside the strip club back in November fifteenth. There is no information to suggest that the two shootings are connected. Older connected. All right. You go to the strip club yet drunk. You get well to get blended. And you start shooting at each other. Remember the story about the Indianapolis shooting? This is where the shooter was the son of the homeowner and the and he was being asked to protect the property while they were moving gone or something. Well, prosecutors say the shooting appears to be a justifiable case of self defense. The incident began when the fifty nine year old woman reported a burglary at a home. She owns in the South Seas, the south southeast side of Indianapolis that home, according to court documents was recently sold with the closing date had been scheduled for Friday on Thursday. Prosecutors believe that Ricky carpet mill pried open the front door just after sunset and was shot and killed by the homeowner son. It's important to see how much the homeowner did before he shot he had a friend called nine one one he yelled out warnings. He told them to go away and only after all of that did he resort to lethal force. It's exactly how stand your ground should work. According to attorney, John Tompkins Tompkins is not connected with the case. But agreed with prosecutors decision not to charge the homeowner son with a crime. And this is the taxpayer relief shots for the evening. Let's go to MSNBC's Nicole Wallace. The coal is. I will call her a friend. I'll call her a. What what's this message here? Eight fifty AM this what I say eight fifty AM ninety four one FM and the KOA NewsRadio dot com. That's the question about. I'm totally distracted totally distract anyway. Nicole Wallace made real this is like the dumbest statement of the week. And we have a day to go. This does not have a parallel on the left. They're just doesn't. I should point out that the coal Wallace worked in the Bush White House. This is how I know. When I knew her. She was. She was a nice enough person. And I always thought that she was. Shall we say conservative? I don't know whether it Stockholm syndrome. I don't know whether it's Patty Hearst kind of deal, but she went over to MSNBC and she went off the deep end. I mean, the deep end and your honor as evidence I would like to honor that would like to introduce into evidence. Nicolle Wallace's own statement.

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KOA 850 AM

03:43 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"I am looking to see who's holding the longest that would be Joe you were on KOA NewsRadio. Hey, Mandy, excellent show. Good topic with these sites. What's going to happen? I don't I haven't heard anybody talk about this yet. What I think is going to happen is they're going to get somebody in who overdose. Multiple times one day where they bring him back. He's not gonna come back all the way, he's going to be disabled somehow, and you know, what you're gonna do. He's going to sue for millions of dollars. You know? And then I don't even know if that's possible though. I I'm not sure if what you're saying is it might be. I don't I don't want to dismiss it. Because I don't know. But I've never heard of someone who overdosed somehow. I guess if they were truly dead and a lost oxygen to their brain for a certain amount of time. But I don't think they administered in the lock zone in that case. I think you. Have to be, you know, just in the early stages of of OD ING, I I don't know that that's an interesting what if somebody slips and falls in there while they're completely high. You know, I think that's an interesting question about liability. That's a good question. Because you know, they're they'll they'll sue. And then, you know, a lot of people will be looking into why should this guy who is in a free shoot up place where he shooting drugs that are illegal anyway, get rewarded with a lawsuit. Because you know, what's going to happen is the activists lawyers will come out, and they'll try to get the city to saddle. You know, like this is what's going to. This is the type of stuff you're gonna bring the city's just going to turn into another San Francisco. This is a really really bad idea. And I don't see the guy. I was watching the show about the places up in Canada. And it's one of the addicts were saying he goes, well, you can't cure somebody if they're dead and they brought me back six times. We'll obviously you're not getting a cure. If you've overdosed six times. Already. They're not gonna care about that older. All it is just a place for them to go and shoot up and get high. It's a bad idea. I appreciate that sentiment greatly. You will be a better idea. What if we just started rounding up addicts like arresting them because you can't do drugs in the street, if they're sit there with paraffin you arrest him, and then instead of just putting him in jail put them into a holding cell where they are barraged for twenty four to forty eight hours with messages about treatment with images of people dead. I mean, really, you know, how they wanna put warnings on cigarette packs why not do that. I think there's a lot of outside the box thinking that we can do that doesn't include making it easier for someone to be an addict because it's never no one's ever had their lives made easier and say, hey, I gotta change everything. Now. It doesn't happen that way. It just doesn't, but we'll continue this conversation. And we're going to keep an eye on this because that is. That is going to be a big big deal when it happens. We'll see we shall see. But now it's time for the most exciting segment on the radio guy. Of the day. Brendan for has join me. Join me on your radio dial from left to right, Brandon krisztal grant, the intern and Laurie Lynn the intrepid producer asking the questions. What is our word of the day? Please Dave word of the day is a verb. Ratio. Sonate come on. You are a t I c I n e I would say, what's when you portion things out equally or I'm going to say, it's when you use a ratio to logically come to a conclusion.

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KOA 850 AM

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Angie? My diet coke. Suddenly tastes really. Really good. I'll really good. Yeah. Really, really good. I wonder what happened. Did you do something? No. I mean, if I did something you may not. Am I like? I did not say that. Was pretty bad. When you can't trust your own co-worker. Like, you know, you're scared to like leave your own. When I leave I should ask the people watching on YouTube Lieven, like the restroom or whatever during the breaks, you rummage through my stuff. No, I'm afraid to touch it. Smarter. You by the way, I tried some of that popcorn that you told me that Laura land editor desk. Nasty. It wasn't Laurie Lynn's it was just as a common table. Oh my gosh. Stuck my hand in a common like a common thing of popcorn and everybody else been sticking their grubby hands in Mandy actually wanted to hide it. So that way other people want to eat it. So she might complain tomorrow. First of all, I thought you meant that the cheddar popcorn was separate from the caramel. I. Well, I thought look you get when you assume. Yes. Your honor? I can see the point. But. Why would you mix in cheddar popcorn with caramel popcorn in the same? Can because now it tastes like a combination of nasty cheddar that ruins the caramel. Yeah. It's not really a good idea. It's awful. Now that I think about all the grubby people that work here only some people. What one two three four five people. Okay. That's a lot. People were you saying there, you can only think of five grubby people that work here. I can name at least ten grubby five people that have at least tried that popcorn. And they've all just stuck their hand down in there, haven't they? I've seen one stick his hand in there. Him. Yes. Is one of the criminals. I don't want use the phrase near. No, no. Should we go back to the phone calls? And should we should we should we do here? Hit me. I don't know. There's a few good calls. I think take. Well, we got a text message from Bob Murphy. So. I.

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KOA 850 AM

06:06 min | 3 years ago

"laurie lynn" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Cow. Will you really do? Get government. We deserve. We really do. Now, the the crisis that we have. Is. Not a record number of illegal immigrants entering the country. The fact is the number of illegal immigrants apprehended on the southern border. Has been declining for almost two decades from a high of about one point six million in two thousand to about half a million last year. Now, it started inching back up the number of apprehensions. I should say has begun to inch back up over the first two years of the Trump presidency. It's true that the numbers are up relative to two thousand seventeen. But mainly because there is a precipitous decline in two thousand sixteen. The increase in both the apprehensions and in the actual crossings has consisted mostly of record numbers of families and children coming from those three countries, El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala. Now, if you wanna believe the Washington Post, the New York Times. They argue or the report. The the right. Let's put it that way. They write that the surge of Central American families. Is overwhelming border facilities that were designed to detain him process. Primarily single men. That is factually true. There really are very few holding sales. In those few holding cells are now crowded with children. And when I say children, I use that term loosely. I actually should say people under the age of eighteen because if you're somewhere between the ages of fifteen and eighteen I'm not really sure I consider you a child. Last month. There were two children that died after being taken into custody. But. Autopsies and other information reveals that those kids were sick. And if you've dragged your kid all the way from the from Guatemala to Tijuana, you know, your kids probably going to get sick somewhere along the way. So the surgeon Central American families. And the inability now some people would say refusal, but I think it's an inability. To manage that surge. Because as. What are we gonna do with them? You've got to keep them from crossing the border. We can't do the very good job of that. So invariably inevitably they're going to get across the border once they get across the border, whether you want whether you like them about to say or you've totally disagreeable in bed to say. What I'm about to say is just the legal truth. Once they crossed the border. They have constitutional rights. It's no different than if. If I jump on a plane at Denver International airport in I fly nonstop from here to Munich when I land in Munich, I'm subject to the German constitution, and the German statutes and laws in Munich. It's just. Just the way it works. What we need to do is figure out policies. That will speed up legal immigration. We need to recognize that the current asylum statutes rules regulations and policies are outdated antiquated and are not designed for an influx of people that are seeking asylum based on crime in their country. Or poverty in their country. That's not what asylums designed for asylum is designed for those who are seeking to escape political repression. Cut like I'm going to do from Colorado here after you know, the the news department keeps reporting on the inauguration of Jared polis. You know, we now are controlled by a democrat legislature in the democrat governor so pretty soon I'm going to be going to the undisclosed location and seeking asylum in new may go from from the political repression in Colorado. So we need to fix the immigration system. We need to secure the borders. And when I say, secure the borders, you asking a question that nobody seems to be able to answer. I'm sorry. Was that? Breath. Eating by the way. You didn't bring me any bourbon. You're supposed to go pick some up over over there. I gotta walk. You expect me to walk all the way down the hallway my own bourbon left the studio. I had things to do in here. Studio because I had things to do. You me tell you what I had to do. Now, I'd rather not now. Okay. So I got just enough diet coke that little shot. Do you think you think Laurie Lynn's got any? Whiskey? Whisky coke? What do you think? Get a diet coke tonight. Because I knew I was going to need the caffeine say she just have the whiskey straight up. She got shot glasses back there..

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