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Fresh update on "lawson" discussed on BallCourt - The World of Basketball with Coach Drew
"The other way. Jamal Murray too ill to the point where he was dancing on his three pointers he was mean mugging on his dunks. That means they get stronger. That means though they have a WHO Dole Lakers hold a two one series lead. Momentum. Is Denver. Momentum is fully behind Denver. They need to find a way to take that back. The bullies need to turn around and start bullying people if not they're going to be bullied and they're going to be pushed out of that door very quickly because lenny breakdown game three for instance, I wanNA break down a couple of plays took place a game three. Without one point with the squall was within five. The body motion of the team that was just that just cut a fifteen point deficit. was. We can't go any further. It was a pass down passed out nobody hustle to the past. The economy lollygag round. Got It tipped. And, they went back the other way. Now Bony went back the other way they did not score on this particular devastating score when they went back the other the sense of urgency wasn't there. They feel they can turn it on at any point in time and turned the game around. But when the closing seconds they weren't able to do so. These are the things that they have to work on as a team they have to work on as a culture were over there with the Lakers 'cause if not. We will be seeing a Denver Miami finals. We'll get it wrong I would love to see it. It's going to be crazy to mind government finals matter of fact, I was talking to my producer. During the break regarding a Denver Miami finals, it would be absolutely insane. What talking about a game we're talking about seven games quadruple overtime probably before. We actually have at least multiple overtimes because neither one of those teams. Neither one of those teams feel like they could feel like they're out of it and that's a great thing of having such a young team. The Miami team is so young and dumb. Tell that supposed to be here yet you know and that that. That Denver team. Look you had Jeremy Grant Gopher Twenty six points. That scene is so young and dumb, you tell them, you can't go for twenty six points king, you can't go against the brow and dropped twenty six points. It'd be grabbing rebounds over Brown they're just young and dumb they don't know that yet and that's good as. Long as somebody don't inform them. They probably run away with sceneries. Is going to be the job of Frank Vogel is going to be the job of Lebron James and the job of Anthony Davis and make shorter. Mall Murray, realizes you too young for this. This is the big man's game. And until they do. GET READY ON DEVA FANS get ready. You might be finals. That's just my take on the whole thing. You know that's my opinion. But I WANNA go ahead and jump into my next segment. Yes. This is going to be a word from the coach. This is this word from coaches about ty Lawson. Ty Lawson hands out and the reason why I bring up ty Lawson not just because we were talking about the Denver Nuggets Nuggets being out there. Yes. That was a shot out to the people of yesteryear who remember tight Lawson with the nuggets and Carmelo the gone was with him. Yes. But ty Lawson. For the last few years, he's actually playing over in China dominating as a matter of fact, playing with the flying. Dragons. I've reported him numerous times, but that has now come to an end. He is now banned. Yes, you heard correctly banned. By the CB The. Chinese. Basketball Association here's why the reason that he was dead was because he actually posted a tweet talking about the ladies of China. And he posted a tweet. A picture of him in a Chinese Strip club. Getting a lap dance presumably and he was speaking about how he wants to change his stance. How he feels about Chinese women. And Now? Being for the fact yes I do understand that it is twenty twenty and times are changing but not so much in China. And were like that is considered. Extremely, offensive. So they banned high losses so he will be back backhoe hopefully hopefully. I don't think the nuggets needed another guard Jamal barbies wallet out of Control See. Hit his I thought process tyler of been over there. This idea goes the word from a coach. This is this is my. Might take the whole thing. You been over there for roughly about six seven years. You know the process you know to protocol. You've seen certain situations happen just what people taking pictures there or he sort of situation, take place when Lamelo. Not Lamelo I do apologise Liangelo Ball. When he went over there, you see that that is a culture. There's a lot stricter than our culture where yours celebrity status as a basketball player does not hold as much weight as it does the United States and being for the fact that it doesn't hold that kind of weight you have to tread lightly when you are on foreign soil. Would that be said? As a grown mad as a grown man. You have to learn just serve thoughts you have to keep to yourself. Twitter does not. Is Not you're not obligated to put every thought you have on social media. And with that being said, you are obligated to think before you hit that send buck. Because what seem like a homeless joke to you or may seem like just Rather lively banter to you. Is Copy something very offensive as well as something very career edgy. Now start to feel. To realize that. That's a scary place to be. So, hopefully, things work out for loss and he finds herself and. Another home of in basketball probably the Euroleague, the NBL I know that he would be a great addition, NBL Australian league. I know he'll be phenomenal. There's a hopefully does find themselves. They're things across the you tie but I was just word from the coach. Let's keep it to basketball stick with basketball stay away from all the other distractions because obviously it could enter career. On that note, I definitely want to go ahead and give a shout out to everybody especially my plug. Yes. Dot Com slash drove. Check out my guy that catchy chicken dot. Cash to checking is one of the nation's leading finance companies providing to four hundred thousand dollars in unsecured funding for business or personal use. We have relationships with over two hundred, fifty lenders nationwide through the use of our proprietary software we are able to secure over eighty percent more funding for our clients. 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Fresh update on "lawson" discussed on WREC Programming
"Imagine you're in a tent in the desert with dozens of other people. It's dark. It's pitch black like there's no light coming through your all pressed up close together beneath layers of tarps, and there's these weird like branches very creepily kind of holding the top up. You've been warned. What's about to happen will be intense. He was touting that he was awesome. You're here to push yourself to your limits and You're here for James. You must have a passion for growth because of the long your university states. If you're not growing, you are dying. Please remember that James Arthur Ray was an Oprah endorsed guru. Okay, James, I just love what you just said during a commercial break. I heard that before. Turned self help. Superstar James Ray has been most amazing coach with hundreds of thousands of followers. I'm not lost for words, but it's incredible. It's life changing and a compelling message on Lawson until you change your beliefs. You will never, ever even scratch the surface of what you're capable of..
Covid-19 Test Maker Examines False-Positive Results in Nursing Homes
"Early traded? We'd start with Beckton Dickinson. It's Laura, about one half percent. The medical supply was looking at the reports from nursing homes that it's covert 19 test is producing false positive results. That's according to the Wall Street Journal Carnivals down 3%. Preliminary results for the physical third quarter showed the cruise line order had a wider Lawson analysts expected. Carnival also said it plans to sell as much as a billion dollars in stock. Linda,
Carson Wentz pummeled, Eagles suffer distressing loss to Washington
"To say the least, the opener of the Eagles or their fans were hoping form K Y. W's David Graham joins us Live talk about everything that went wrong against Washington. Actually, David, we talked about everything that went wrong, You'd be here, you know, Still a week from Tuesday, right? Hello, Dave. Hey, Brandon, Well last year in the in the Eagles came back against Washington from the 17 Nothing deficit this year, they called up 17 Nothing. Lee's started out as a celebration for Eagles fans of the 2020 season. And it has turned into a nightmare. Meryl Reece called 27 17. Lawson, w. P, and one of the reasons yesterday happened, Carson went back eight times behind an inexperienced offensive line definitely didn't make me skittish. You know, some of those things I gotta clean up might had open guys that I could get rid of the ball quicker. Doug Peterson said. The sax can't happen to head coach called 42 past place to 17 run, he admitted. The run game needs cleaning up a CZ well. Necessarily in game no for throwing a run, and I just I just know that we're going to execute the play called and do our best. Tio try to score the Los Angeles Rams or next. So this is one game of a long season and No, That's what we're gonna we're gonna focus on this week and Brandon last night. The Rams beat the Cowboys already. Thank you, Dave. On the
Rio Tinto CEO to leave over destruction of Indigenous sites
"It's not very often that shareholders of a big multinational company forced the resignation of a chief executive. But in the case of the global mining giant Rio Tinto, it seems they have shown Sebastian Jack is stepping down after an outcry over the destruction of sacred and archaeologically important aboriginal sites in western Australia. To ancient caves in pill Burwood blown up because they sat on top of millions of dollars of high grade on all well that sparked widespread condemnation from the shareholders and, indeed, the wider public. I've been speaking to Professor Marshall Langton. She's an aboriginal academic at the University of Melbourne. She's been telling me first of all why the sites was so significant. I thought the traditional property off a group of traditional Ainas in the Pilbara Everyone refers to the buy of the shorthand P k. K p So they are extremely important religious sites. They haven't had much of an opportunity to explain to the public why they are so important to them. Although they have been a few statements in the media. They've said that they had broken they regard. This is a tragedy for all of their people before the destruction, they wanted to take their young people to these sites. And they were also of deep on through biological. And while archaeological significance as well, when they yes. Oh, they found evidence that dates human occupation of these caves to 46,000 years ago. This is during the place to say this is, you know very early on in the history of human Occupation off this continent and, you know, travels across the globe. And then I found a human hair bills and they were able to extract and I the dyke I'm in at many, thousands of years, and the interesting thing about that discovery is that the present I traditional Ainas. Are the direct descendants of those people, They say areas where off world heritage status so our Rio Tinto able to destroy them in that, such for Arnold They applied some years ago to the western Australian government under the western Australian cultural heritage eject And the minister readily granted it to them because the state of Western Australia is entirely dependent on mining rules ease. And so as far as I know, no minister in the western Australian government has ever refused a mining company. P. K. K P people tried to object, but there's no right of appeal under the legislation once the ministers might a decision, how surprised are you then? That Rio Tinto's chief executive has resigned as he said they've bean many sites in the past that have been destroyed, with little consequence for for the mining companies. But not this time. Why is that? Well, there are two reasons. I'm the first one is that in the past the indigenous land use agreements were drafted in such a way that the traditional Ainas were able to be consulted regularly and have a sigh in their cultural heritage on mining leases and really tinto quite a few years ago. Had very good Ray Shane for implementing those agreements with the Aboriginal Tradition alliance. But what Jack has done in the years that he was CEO was got that staff workforce body of expertise. And culture off, you know, operating values, and he removed all of the experts eh removed the cultural values from the company. He removed the commitment to working closely with traditional Ainas to retain the the company's Social Lawson's too upright, And that is one of the primary reasons for the other negligence that has led to The destruction of the sites has there also being a sort of cultural change in Australia as regards to the protection of these sorts of places? Yes, so many sites have been protected both by mining companies and governments. And also, for instance, you will know that the old route was closed to climates last year, and there has been a community change. Under the reconciliation action plans devised by corporations, universities associations and approved by reconciliation, Australia. People might commitments to treat aboriginal people with respect and to trait average on people's cultures with respect. The destruction of the caves was like the blowing up the Buddha statue Aryan it's on that scale of cultural heritage destruction. And it's you know, quite shocking to may that that Jack and Nevan and soul spray who will resigned had no comprehension off the gravity of what they had
"lawson" Discussed on Marathon Talk
"Four hour specialist and recently jog world record-holder Dan Lawson and Robbie Britain Mo Farah breaks record part Ronnie's on its way back and you rate your own and Shale American talk kit around the world. Joining us on this week's marathon. Talk is the CEO and Co founder of a runaway runaway. I've been on the show a few times when always very grateful for their support supporting mattress talk. So joining us is rich edmonds welcome back to American tour which. Hello Yep. Thank you very much having me. So we could have on the show then you live. Dan In dossier with me where the wonderful run with without live together I mean. Women we live near each other endorsed where young abased. Has, it been going for you guys because I think we've been on the shows you on the show since this whole lockdown thing and Kovic struck has it been for runaway? Now. It's been been wall since we've had a challenge here. Is it been? Oh, I mean. What rollercoaster? FEW MONTHS I know everybody listen to this. Their own roller coaster in the it's been. It's been incredibly. Interesting time sometimes difficult sometimes gray but lots of challenges and I think he's a small business. You know you straightaway. I three or four weeks was on know how we gonNA. Cope I don't I don't know if if we can get through this and and then and then you know I think we tried to use a bit of a a man of, let's not worry about things that we call control..
The Personal History Of David Copperfield Reviewed
"Saw Tomorrow audiences will have a chance to see a new version of Charles Dickens David Copperfield envisioned directed by or Mondo NUCCI. The personal history of David Copperfield features a diverse cast with Dev Patel as David Copperfield, but made his feature film debut in Two Thousand Eight Oscar winning slumdog millionaire. He also starred in both the best exotic marigold hotel movies and was nominated for an Oscar for the twenty sixteen movie lion now in the personal history of David Copperfield Dev Patel plays a young man trying to make his way through Victorian England despite numerous setbacks. He eventually becomes an author with a right turn out to be the hero of my story. Or that station will be held by anybody else. These moments must show. Recently Dead Patel join me via. skype to talk about his role as David Copperfield. I totally missed out on this classic growing up and I was sort of one of those kids that was false fed dickens as a child. In the curriculum and I I mean assist the shame most office I think. But you know for me in particular to be able to step into the shoes I related a lot to David. I think you know to his anxiety to his kind of imposter syndrome about a young man's johnny trying to fit in very much coming of age story and it's only when he can embrace his real truth and his past his own stories I guess that he finds triumph, and in this case, it says a great writer you know. I WANNA play a scene from the film Here your character David Meets Dora played by more fit Carter a young woman whose pet dog JIP starts a conversation with David. Let's listen speaks very well is actually I like to pretend he speaks. Some people think tick. Oh No I do it myself all the time? I I. Poultry. David Copperfield. Being the tree. I'm Dora. Okay. Perhaps, it's not surprising that spoiler alert the two of you fall in love and as we hear you as David have a lot of humor and charm in this film I WanNa ask you a little bit more about the parts of the character that really resonated with you. You said that this character was very much like you thinking about finding your way through life. Yeah I mean he's obviously You can see painfully awkward. And I definitely could key into that I mentioned. But yeah, I guess as a boy growing up in the UK you know from an immigrant family going to school and trying to figure out what part of my identity I should lead you know like. You know there's a kind of very much in Indian. Part of me in a very much a British part of me and you kind of end up role swapping to try and get through turbulent times in school. And that's kind of David he he someone that came from great wealth than lost only tried to get it back again NEC's constantly trying to change the skinny as quite a comedian in that makes him a great novelist. He's this observer that. Uses these his. Ability to impressions to kind of get these easy Lawson get in with the cool guys and not me when I was a kid I was quite the gesture in Mike's loss. Yeah. Yeah. It was kind of a way of just. Not Getting beaten up you know I was never wanted Nicole crew. So I ended up being the coal clown ally would love to see a little videos of death being class. Wow, that sounds so funny. Let's talk a little bit about your career. So you were just eighteen when you start in the Oscar winning film slumdog millionaire what has it been like to build a career after having such huge success at an early age because seventeen when I started that but it was a real blessing and I will I felt so equipped at this some kind of global stage that I was put on you know it was very overwhelming and in a way it made my career and showed even back. Then however many as it was that you know divest stories could resonate on an international scale. Fill most of Zych in another language and that was real movie stars in it and it still gonNA I don't know how many Oscars it did.
Parents of private school students in Montgomery County sue
"Lawsuit filed against Montgomery County by some parents of private school kids may soon be dropped. Now the county's health director has rescinded an order requiring private schools to do all remote learning through at least October 1st, Dr Travis Scales and the state were fighting over the mandate has decided to take it back after the state's health secretary. Local health officers. They didn't have the power to do that. One of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit, James Lawson, tells tales Larry O'Connor show. Even though gales can't issue a blanket order. He may still have the same kind of institution by institution inspection rights that they have once a restaurant, for example on and that those could be kind of steep. Lawson says. It's not exactly clear what help guidance. These private schools will have to follow. If your
Whats that big bird
"Of coffee anymore. Today's story PTERODACTYL sightings. The PTERODACTYL is a flying reptile. They were thought to have died out at the end of the cassation period, but there have been sightings across north. America. Since Spanish first set foot on what today's Mexico pterodactyls were there on pictographs and discovered on the face of cliffs native. Americans. Spoke of a giant bird eight people in sketched their images on hides. But there have been a rash of sightings in modern times, the nineteen, sixty, a couple driving. Driving through California's Trinity National Forest reported seeing the so what a giant bread that they asked committed to have a wingspan of thirty feet later described it as resembling a pterodactyl may nineteen, sixty, one in New York state a businessman flying his private plane over the Hudson River valley claimed that he was buzzed by a large flying creature that he sat luck like a pterodactyl January nineteen, seventy-six Harlingen Texas Teens Jackie Davis. Tracy Lawson reported seeing a bird on the. The ground that stood five feet tall was dark in color with a ball head and face like gorillas. The sharp six inch long beak a subsequent investigation by their parents, uncovered tracks that had three toes and were eight inches across that same year. In San Antonio Texas three elementary school teachers teachers. Now saw what they described as a PTERODACTYL swooping low over their cars. As they drove. They said, it's Wingspan was between twenty and thirty feet and one of the. The teachers commented that glided through the air on huge bony wings like a bat, September nineteen, eighty, two loss. Fresno Texas, an ambulance driver named James Thomson was stopped while driving on highway one hundred by a sighting of a large bird like object flying low over the area. He described it as a black grace bird, but the rough texture. But no feathers, it had a twenty foot Wingspan Hump on the back of its head and almost no neck at all. All after consulting some books to identify the creature, he decided it most closely look like pterodactyl. There have been numerous pictures taken of flying reptiles. One such photo show six civil war union soldiers standing over a PTERODACTYL. They apparently shot down shortly after the photo was published experts, cleared it a fake however recently, that creator of the Phony Photo said, it was a replica of the real picture. He has since produced the original most recently twenty, sixteen, a man in. In the city of Corvallis Oregon says, he saw a big bird that sounded like a dinosaur, the man who provided a full name, but asked to remain anonymous told Cryptos, who just news that he works as a campus security guard. He says, he was taking out the trash in the middle of the day when the creatures startled him, it flew from above house across the street and glided back to the ground. I only saw briefly those caught off guard by. By size and the screeching sounded made a sounded like an old movie dinosaur. He described the creature was flying with a wingspan of about twenty to thirty feet of wink. The
Controversial Poseidon desalination plant in Huntington Beach set for hearings this week
"Hearings have started to see if a desalination project that has been planned for 20 years will hold water in Huntington Beach beside and water Vice President Scott Maloney says the $1 billion plant would generate 50 million gallons of water per day, enough for about 400,000 people in O. C Desalination is the on ly 100% climate, resilient water supply available to the state of California Coast Keepers. Ray Hamster is one of the more than 100 speakers expected to oppose the project. During this week, Santa Ana Water board hearing Goingto kill marine life. Polluter water cost a fortune, and most importantly, we don't need it. Ah, yes vote within the project of the Coastal Commission for final approval in Orange County. Corbin Carson KO Phi News. Three former presidents, The speaker of the House and dozens of members of Congress have gathered in Atlanta for the funeral of Congressman John Lewis Lewis. Fellow civil rights activists, James Lawson call on the government to continue Lewis's legacy so that every
LA teachers union wants more money by defunding the police, calls for medicare for all
"Superintendent Lawson Bitters, updating today the plans for the district on maybe getting campuses open next month. Officials have said that even if schools are open, parents would have the option of keeping their kids at home to be taught online. Now the teachers union has issued a number of demands. It says it wants. AH, the city and state to meet before anything gets reopened, including well, they want more paid sick days. They want a nurse on each campus. They want more money being spent to help the students and educators deal with the disruptions of the pandemic.
Baltimore Orioles draft pick Coby Mayo survived the Parkland school shooting. He plays to honor those who didn’t.
"My next guest, a terrible tragedy as motivation to achieve what most kids can only dream about and here to tell us about it is Kobe Mayo survivor of the Parkland shutting and now fourth. Round MLB draft pick of the Baltimore Orioles. Kobe congratulations first of all. What was that like to get that news to hear? What your dream is GonNa. Come through you a draft. Until you know the whole process. In the last three months has been crazy. Dacoven season was cut short a little bit, but you know it was that process was was very stressful, but you know. The day of the draft was just. Feeling in here, my name on TV was just it was feeling that can't even I can't even pitcher back ahead because I lost all the moments in my head, because of all the excitement from my family, my friends and it was just an amazing moment, and I really hold forever. That's incredible, but we go back now. People here, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, two, thousand, eighteen people remember your student at this school and you know I can't imagine how that day had an impact on the students, but tell me how that day maybe change your perspective, and did it have some kind of an impact on your motivation and your drive, and ultimately getting you to where you are now. Yeah I always say to this day. If maybe that shooting never happened in might not motivated me to be where I'm at today, and you know I i. really do that day as motivation because of all the. Students were lost and teachers our Lawson. I really use ideas motivation to keep to keep going and do community you. Anthony Rizzo came back to community after the next day flew home from Chicago, he was getting ready to start a season, and he talked to the community, and it was. It was really big community to hear his voice I Kinda WanNa be that that voice. That's heard because I'm you know on to better things? Came of its strong and that's that's really what I WANNA be. Ultimate Goal Co, it sounds like. You feel like you have some type of responsibility. You were blessed. You were spared. A lot of kids were that day, but it sounds like you're taking this on as a blessing in an opportunity that you have a responsibility now to fill. Yet for sure you know those seventeen to seventeen that didn't make don't have the opportunity to fulfill their dreams, and if I can go out there and honor them, so feel my dreams. I think that that would be the biggest success that. Anyone can make the whole second. That's going on so I want I really want them to to see me reaching my goals. And hopefully they looked down and they're happy. What's up?
Heavenly Sources Confirm Jesus Christ Will Transfer To Iowa State University After Getting Grades Up
"Journalistic enterprises like the ones. You just heard after this message from our sponsors who may or may not actually have something useful to settle you. There's only one way to find out our top story. Today comes from the heavens as a lesion authorities are reporting that Jesus Christ will be transferring to Iowa State University in the fall after getting his grades up. The once academically troubled son of God seems to have finally been able to rehabilitate his image and get his schoolwork up to snuff over the last year at Western Iowa Tech Community College. And he's now ready to move onto the next chapter of his education. We're joined by. Opr's afterlife correspondent thaddeus Lawson to unpack the big news. Hi Leslie good to be here that is. This has been a long journey full of ups and downs for the son of God trying to make the grades and to be Frank. Fixing some behavioral problems. So he could get into a state or private school right after graduating. Saint Peter's high school with a dismal one point three grade point average. A lackluster five eighty. Sat score and a disorderly conduct arrest drunkenly urinating on the streets of gold by his house. He couldn't get accepted into any of his preferred universities. That's what his father started. Pressuring him to enroll in community college to get back on track. That wasn't a quick fix. His father was hoping for either correct. I mean he failed the winter semester at tech last year because he blew off his business administration final to play call of duty right and then he started this spring semester. This year getting kicked out of his welding class when he welded several pipes into a satanic pentagram not to mention his outright refusal to stand his dyslexia medication. So most didn't think you'd get to this point so that was the catalyst well my sources. Tell me that the son of God did a lot of small things like making sure to always sit in the front row and show up to class with a pencil but the real wakeup call for him came in February when his best. Buddy nate overdosed on method an epic. Kager our Lord and Savior through. Yeah after he found nate lifeless in a ditch by the house Christ shared with six other roommates. He told those closest to him that he needed to sober up and stop wasting away life. The Lord finally sobering up is definitely a step in the right direction. A what was his final. Gpa and greats like for this semester although we got to ds and biology and computer science he did manage to get an a minus a nutrition and B. Minus in the history of rock and roll which pulled his GPA up to a two point eight. That's plenty good for Iowa state and what's The reaction from the Heavens God Almighty and all his heavenly hosts are simply ecstatic. They're all just happy. That Jesus Christ and his father are taking an early to Iowa state to purchase some. Isu Swag the bookstore. Instead of burying the son of God with a needle coming out of his arm I can't help but ask and no offense to Iowa state but why them and not more storied private school. I mean this is the son of God. We're talking about wouldn't have brown taken him as a legacy student now. It's my understanding that Jesus wanted to create his own path and had zero interest in following his father's footsteps by going to Brown plus he liked the reasonable out of state tuition Iowa state and their study abroad option in Australia and as an aspiring radio. Dj He was impressed with Iowa State's communications program and ability to get involved early in the department student. Run radio station. Well of Christ is out there. Listening
More states report cases of mystery illness possibly linked to COVID-19
"The latest warning for parents as cases of a mysterious illness possibly linked to corona virus affected more children across the US in New York governor Andrew Cuomo announcing that the state department of health is now investigating eighty five cases of pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome this is every parent's nightmare the illness though rare blamed for the death of at least three children possible cases now reported in at least ten states and Washington DC thirteen year old Anthony Lawson now fighting for his life in Washington state after what started as allergy like symptoms took a dangerous turn he was complaining that he was dizzy he had a headache you know something's just not right after arriving at the hospital his condition worsened drastically Teresa Lawson telling ABC person tested negative for corona virus but positive for covert nineteen antibodies doctors like the university of Chicago's Melissa tell sure say this is part of a growing trend she's seen it first hand with three young patients she's treating we seem to be in that later stages after the children have been exposed to an unknown infection now the young survivors are sharing their stories fourteen year old Jack McMorrow of New York is recovering from the illness thanks you know on my right side and I got a headache and it just started going
Number Of Pediatric Multi-System Inflammatory Syndrome Cases Grows To 93 In New York State
"Parents are increasingly anxious as more kids battle covered nineteen ABC's Stephanie Ramos reports on the fight involving kids on both coasts including here in Washington the rare and dangerous illness possibly linked to cope at nineteen infecting more children at least five deaths now under investigation the number of cases more than doubling in New York City thirty children now falling ill with pediatric multi system inflammatory syndrome eighty five cases across the state I'm deeply concerned as a father I am feeling the concern I know other parents are feeling at least six states reporting cases including Washington where thirteen year old Anthony Lawson nearly died after he just was getting worse thank you please listen on quite right Anthony's family thought he was suffering from allergies but in a matter of days he became critically ill take them to the hospital to get them checked out is it it's really could be the difference between life and death Anthony tested negative for the virus but positive for antibodies tonight doctors urging parents to be on the lookout for a persistent fever rash red eye irritations and stomach illness these symptoms similar to Kawasaki disease which causes the inflammation of blood vessels and can lead to heart problems once actually started feeling sick it was not like my eyes swollen lymph node on my right side and I got a headache and it just started going downhill from there fourteen year old Jack McMorrow just recovered from the mysterious illness his family tells us it all started with a fever and a rash he spent ten days hospitalized it was scary it was beyond scary I believe was dire I reached out to my family and let the noted that he may not
"lawson" Discussed on Whores Talk Horror
"Welcome fours talk or we're not really horse. We just like word play. Welcome to horse talk over. I'm Sharon I'm Melinda. And last week. We did the disappearance of Brandon Swanson. That was Mindy Story. Thank you very much. If you haven't listened to that download last week's episode and check it out this week. We are going to be talking about the disappearance of Brandon Lawson This was also recommended to us from Steve Brat. So thank you for recommending both of these cases to us this has a lot of similarities to mindy story from last week. Is a little bit more confusing? Though you'll you'll see what I mean. Once we get into the details things don't really add up with this story but I did learn a lot of things about wild hogs and also math while I was in my research. Excellent excellent my sources for this research. Come from the thought catalog by German win. Nagel which was last updated February twenty eighth twenty twenty Read it true. Crime Society the crawlspace podcast and also the theorem factory. All Right Mindy. Are you ready to hear about the disappearance of Brandon Lawson? I'm totally ready. I don't want to say I'm excited because I feel like that sounds insensitive. But I've been wanting to hear the story so yes. Let's let's do this. All right hero Brandon Lawson went missing on August ninth twenty thirteen. He was last seen leaving his home. In San Angelo Texas at eleven fifty three PM after Brandon and his longtime girlfriend desa got into an argument. Brandon's truck ran out of gas on Highway. Two seventy seven near Brunt Texas while he was headed to his father's house in Crowley Texas about two hundred and thirty miles away brandon called his brother. Kyle for help. In the meantime nine one one dispatch received a call from a motorist reporting a truck blocking lane. The responding officer Brandon's brother Kyle and Kyle's girlfriend. Audrey arrived on the scene at the same time but brandon his cellphone and keys. Were all missing while at the scene. Kyle was not aware of a frantic nine. One one call brandon made after calling his brother. So that's the gist of it. Okay I just gasped when nine one one call so a and I and we will be listening to the nine one one call a little bit later. Oh boy okay. Let me tell you a little bit about Brandon. He was twenty six years old and he was an oilfield worker from San Angelo Texas. He lived with his common law wife. Ten Years Ladoga Lofton Brandon had four children three of them with the DASA and one from a prior relationship. He worked long hours to provide for his family. He loved his girlfriend and children and was not the type of man to voluntarily gone missing. The DASA claimed at one point that Brandon was working up to ninety five hours a week. He was due to start. I know it's insane. He was due to start a new job soon. Brandon did have a history of drug use particularly math. At the time of his disappearance he had been clean for a while and passed a drug test for his new job. His new job was going to allow him to make more money work less hours and spend more time with his family. On the night of his disappearance Brandon. Ladoga got into an argument. Brandon left their home in San Angelo Texas with the intention of driving northeast to his father's residents in Crowley Texas approximately a three and a half hour drive away. Shortly after he left Ladoga called Brandon to ask him not to go all the way to Crowley for the night instead. She suggested he drive around a cool offer a bit before coming back home or possibly had to his brother. Kyle's house to stay the night. Kyle's home was only five miles from. There's brand new. His truck was nearly out of gas but still attempted to make it to the twenty four hour stripes convenience gas station in Bryan Texas about a thirty minute drive from his home. Brandon's car was found on the side of highway. Two seventy seven just four and a half miles outside brunt and a quarter mile from the rest stop while Brandon was out driving. The DASA called his brother concerned about him and the argument that they'd had kyle offered to come over and check on the DASA and the children the youngest of whom had been sick the past few days with an ear. Infection Kyle arrived at Brandon and Linda's home around to ten. Am and all the Times that I mentioned Just a little disclaimer. All the times are just kind of approximate. So all right. Cool the timeline in this is It's pretty important okay. And this is where when I was saying not everything adds up. You'll see why I'm taking notes. So Okay you've got your typewriter. It's like murder. She wrote over here at two thirty four A. M. and twelve thirty six am with DASA. Mrs Two calls from Brandon sometime after Brandon. Leftists House Kyle got a call from Brandon and Brandon tells kyle that Ladoga got some quote Mexicans from the neighborhood and quote to chase brandon out of town and there are two of them still chasing him but a state trooper pulled over the third one. Approximately forty five minutes after leaving home. So around. Twelve thirty eight am okay. Brandon called Kyle back again and told him that his truck was out of gas on highway. Two seventy seven year. Brunt Brandon kept calling kyle but he had some difficulty understanding everything. Brandon was saying because the call was repeatedly being dropped despite signals however he was able to make out brandon saying quote. I'm ten minutes up the road. Just hurry up and get here and quote at eleven forty. Am Kyle calls? The DASA? To former that brandon was out of gas. Kyle suggested that he and his girlfriend. Audrey stop by Brandon and Linda's home to pick up a gas can to deliver it to brandon the DESA PLACE. A gas can on her front porch before taking a shower and turning in for the night she also placed her phone in her van to charge. It was running low. I'm battery and she did not have a working indoor charger. Kyle's paycheck had not yet cleared so his plan was to pick up. The gas can from low doses. Porch drive out to where brandon stranded and get money for him to fill. The can brandon calls back several more times but cannot be understood except for the call where he tells kyle and Audrey to hurry and that he's bleeding when he and audrey arrived at Brandon's truck brandon was nowhere to be found around the same time. Deputy Neil from the Coke County sheriff's Office also arrived on the scene. This was at approximately one ten. Am Kyle claims to be on the phone with Brandon at this time? They see Brandon's truck an ask him where he is. He claims he's right there although they can't see him. Deputy Neal was responding to a nine one. One call placed at twelve fifty eight. Am from passing motorists about an abandoned truck partially blocking the road. Brendan says to Kyle One. Time run the term one time is used to refer to cops. Kyle confirms US later. Conversation that he had with the crawlspace podcast. Kyle tells him that he's done nothing wrong and he's not going to run. Brandon says to him quote. Where's your pride motherfucker? And then he hangs up on Kyle. None of the parties have observed any damage to Brandon's vehicle. However the truck appears to have been hastily hastily as our sounds doesn't sound right but it's not a word. I use very often has been hastily or sloppily did with the back. End Protruding into the road. The truck's doors were unlocked and the keys were missing as was brandon cell phone and wallet out the time. Kyle Audrey and deputy Neil arrived. On-scene non were aware of Brandon's nine. One one call fifteen minutes prior which was placed at approximately twelve fifty four. Am three days. After Brandon's disappearance Ladoga was scrolling through his phone records and saw the outgoing call to nine one one on the night that he disappeared bringing attention to this critical piece of evidence. The nine one one operator had not obtained Brandon's name or location and the call was likely dismissed once it drops signal and the line went dead. Phone Ping's indicate brandon walk north away from his vehicle at one ten. Am It's really difficult to make out what he saying. So we're GONNA play the nine one one call and you can also listen to it and then we're going to actually read the transcripts of the nine one one. Oh good okay. Cool emergency yes. I'm in the middle of the field or site for just searching our here about odd. Outta gas.
Detroit Lions NFL draft picks 2020
"Lawson in with the Detroit Lions who wrapped up the NFL draft yesterday with five more selections they begin at number one twenty one guard Logan Stenberg aligned he's out of the university of Kentucky then at number one sixty six they take Wisconsin wide receiver Quintez Cephus not a speed burner in fact he ran the slowest forty yard dash of all receivers at the recent combine better number one seventy two they stick in the back view within the running back Jason Huntley of New Mexico state at one ninety seven defensive tackle John put a CD of Utah at two thirty five defensive lineman Jay Sean Cornell at Ohio state so that makes a total of seven players the lines get in a total of ten you emergency in Michigan players were drafted and a total of two Michigan state players both quarterback Shea Patterson Brian the working the one undrafted Louisiana state well almost everyone's draft it seemed like they had a record fourteen players selected in the seven rounds the trial lines also signed a bunch of create in six of them so far that would include tight end hunter Bryant for the university of
The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets
"This Central Hall of the the The story of that. He was patient he worshiped to Lawson with the Iowa and he had He for good of a lawsuit with And he worshipped unless of hand with and now I wanNA talk more about the West at the end inshallah in a suicide a lawsuit Donna. He says what could I be a you? But if Netanyahu anemic sunny shave volatile be mostly deal. I that that also handled. Honest hid a you an ISA cooled Sultani with Diana and said and remember also a you when he cooled to his Lord indeed shape on has touched me with hardship and tool meant so you set up. He he cool onto the island and he gave a reason for what's happened to him. He Sang that shape on has touched me. Yeah and in each on his touch me with hardship and torment now. Some of the they discuss this and they said how Schon can cause a physical impact. Shaddad can home you physically? But even his west West and He's whispers and the problem is that that causes us also being touched by shape which can need to as what happened with the you. Any Center. AH punishment either but he became repulsive to people. They don't WanNa see him or hear. So we we spoke about Shield Danny You know he classified the site in which it narrates that They will to companion so these are the the the two people I said. There was the wife of a Ubani Sadda- But also two companions that he had two people that did keep in touch with him and one of them said that you. Salaam he must have committed a really bad said he must have done. Something really displeasing to a loss of hand with full loss of hunting with the honor to afflicting with what he's going through the other person who who had this he went and told this to you and this made him very sad and so he's going through this situation with you know he's got this illness he's been left by people all of this and now he has this this makes him feel even less and he goes to relieve himself and his wife used to hold his hand and help him and on his way back unless hunter without a inspired him and to Strike his foot and we'll to began to flow and when you He used that water to cleanse himself. He'd be restored back to health so much. So that in some of the narrations it says that his wife she sold him as she didn't recognize she was looking for her husband. She sees mine. She doesn't recognize him and he says this is me this is are you ready set up. And he had returned back to is healthy He's healthy self heavily now. How long did that go on for? I've mentioned this in a few minutes but this is different narration. Some say seven years some say thirteen years some say eighteen years. There's one says fouteen but the the most you know all the more common almost but the more common opinions I found with thirteen or eighteen. Thirteen or eighteen. Years you buddy. Saddam was in the state that he was in in Charlotte in Charlotte. Leaving this situation that we find ourselves in many many of the people that have cooled virus and having another in an outfit within five seven fourteen days in Charlotte not more than And the the the effects are no way like what we describe. Anybody went through But in Chama after bites it's over for many as we know you know most allies with except the Michaud had the you. Enter them into Bosa in Shaw You set up this. The suffering of his. It went on for years over a decade according to the majority of GonNa unless with added that gave him well fulsome so off the what he'd gone through off the what happened with returned to him. He's family a lesson with the return to him gave him wealth and he once again became wealthy and this was awful years of a USA. Saddam being patient and a you Alyssa being steadfast in worshiping a loss on some of the some of the lessons that we can take from his story festival that patients and not wish it was so beloved. Awesome Hollywood island unless one hundred crazy Many times in the car. One of the lessons that we can take from this is that these are the true real role models for us so With so cool up An children are cool up in looking at and following the lives of people On this planet whether they're in this country on doesn't might just people who really we shouldn't we shouldn't follow their lives. We should know about their lives. Because there's there's no later in unfortunately And people like this like a you by Saddam. They are role models without appraises. His patients would you know who the unless without his is. We found him. Being patients must without testifies to the fact that he was patient meaning. He didn't say a bad thing he didn't think about that. He focused on worshiping a loss of handle at the Anna asking less of handle it to relieve hoping to relieve his suffering and the prophets were given special powers and abilities to kill themselves or other people as another Nessin that we take from this This story if he could he would kill himself. But when the prophets in messages perform miracles or killed people. Did these things. These were things that loss. Hanno with Ireland made happen. It's not something that they could do of themselves. And so even now in the Times that we live we know that the only one the we should be timing too is with. We should turn to him to solve our problems all suffering anything that window looking for any hopes Any dreams that we have the only one that can realize there is a lesson harmless. Nobody else And that's that's such a powerful lesson from this story that if a loss of Hannibal Donnas prophets and messengers had to be patient and worship and made to him. Is that anything or anyone else that we can turn to now. That is going to help us. No because if such a thing they would've told us about that but there isn't the only one the only thing that we can turn to in any time is a muscle and that's why I said at the beginning everything's changed but nothing's changed because these facts have always been the case So he mentioned shape on had harmed and so we he Shift the He talks about how he presents the reality he presents the fact that Chaban had done this team. But that's not to make an excuse and say you know I might for us that we may commit sins and say well. 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The Latest: AP source: Onyemata will re-sign with Saints
"Though the signings won't be official until at least Wednesday and it felt free agency began with a bang Monday the Miami Dolphins made one of the biggest splashes by agreeing to sign cornerback Byron Jones linebacker Kyle van Noy defensive end Shaq Lawson an offense of linemen Eric flowers the browsing tackle Jack Conklin and veteran quarterback case Keenum and are said to be close to signing tight end Austin Hooper the jets boosted their offense of line with tackle George fant no word yet on the biggest free agent of all Tom Brady I'm Tom Mariam
Report: Shaq Lawson Signs With Miami Dolphins
"Show me where the break thirty million Bucks for three years good for him you don't we do this all the time we did this a lot of the last few weeks talk about it be great if you could sign Kyle van Noy take away one of the patriots players I'm on your team and the dolphins will say the same thing today they just took up one of buffalo's or they're about to and it's not official yet it's reported so right I want to check on that not that Ian Rapoport orange after whatever be guilty of not that I can yeah but they report that the sheck Lawson signed with Miami Dolphins three years thirty million dollars here's one thing to look at it from a bill standpoint do the bills wanna be paying check Lawson ten million dollars a year I think it's right at the edge of what you might I don't think they can do that you know not for three years in Rappaport the bill's given check Lawson a three year deal worth thirty million nice pay day yeah sure I would run but if it's any of it or all of it or none of it is guaranteed or what right bonus you guys detail this is why Mister Spock track my due date is coming up later this week we don't know these answers the dentures will come out right but there you go now and listen if and here's the questions begs to be asked now that Shaq Lawson signed that deal with Jordan Phillips can assign
Why Are We Afraid of Friday the 13th?
"In order to organize time. Human beings created calendars as part of today's dominant calendar system. Every year is divided into twelve periods called months consisting of roughly thirty days. Each all days are also grouped in two sets of seven called weeks and in Europe and the Americas a significant chunk of the population suspects. That bad things will happen whenever the Thirteenth Day of a month occurs on the day of the week called Friday like many human beliefs the fear of the number thirteen which is try skied. Deca phobia or of Friday. The thirteenth known as Paris. Kevi DECA try. A phobia isn't exactly grounded in scientific logic but the really strange thing is that most people who believe the day is unlucky. Offered no explanation at all. Logical order illogical as with superstitions people fear Friday the thirteenth for. Its own sake without any need for background information. The superstition does have deep compelling roots though and those origins help explain why the belief is so widespread. Today the fear of Friday the thirteenth stems from two separate fears the fear of the number thirteen and the fear of Friday's both have deep roots in western culture and most notably in Christian Theology. The number thirteen significant therein. Because it's the number of people who were present at the Last Supper Jesus and his Twelve Apostles Judas. The WHO betrayed Jesus was the thirteenth member of the Party to arrive. Friday has had a negative connotation because Jesus was crucified on a Friday additionally theologians hold that Adam and Eve ate from the forbidden fruit on a Friday and the great flood began on a Friday in the past. Some Christians would avoid beginning any new project trip on a Friday fearing that they would be doomed from the start. Sailors were particularly superstitious in this regard often refusing to ship out on a Friday and supposedly President Franklin D Roosevelt was among these ranks. Some historians suggest that the Christian distrust of Friday's is actually linked to the early Catholic churches overall suppression of Pagan Religions and of women in the Roman calendar Friday was devoted to Venus the goddess of love when the norse adapted the calendar. They named the day after Frig or Freya North goddesses connected to love and sex. The story goes that both of these strong female figures once posed a threat to male dominated Christianity. So the Christian church vilified the day named after them. This characterization may also have played a part in the fear of the number thirteen. It was said that frank would often join a coven of witches normally a group of twelve bringing the total to thirteen. This idea may have originated with the Christian church itself. It's impossible to verify the exact origins of most folklore. A similar Christian legend holds thirteen is unholy because it signifies the gathering of twelve witches and the devil. The number thirteen could have been considered pagan because there are thirteen months in the pagan lunar calendar the lunar calendar also corresponds to the human menstrual cycle connecting the number again to women but there are other traditions linked the number thirteen and Friday the thirteenth to unlucky nece in Norse mythology. The beloved hero Balder was killed at a banquet. By the mischievous God Loki. Who crashed the Party of twelve bringing the group to thirteen this story as well as the story of the last supper led to one of the most entrenched thirteen related beliefs. That you should never sit down to a meal in a group of thirteen. Another significant piece of legend is a particularly bad Friday the thirteenth that occurred in the Middle Ages on a Friday the thirteenth in thirteen o six King Philip of France arrested some of the revered knights templar and began torturing them marking the occasion as a day of evil both Friday and the number thirteen were once closely associated with capital punishment in British tradition. Friday was the conventional day for public hangings and there were supposedly thirteen steps leading up to the news. They're rumors of a secret society starting in the late eighteen. Hundreds at William and Mary called Thirteen's said to be groups of thirteen students. Who would meet in defiance of the superstition? The date was first enshrined in pop culture in Nineteen O seven when one Thomas Lawson wrote a novel called Friday thirteenth about a stockbroker who purposefully crashes the stock market on that day around the same time. Skyscrapers going up would often omit thirteenth floor. A practice that continues today. People Point to the trials and tribulations faced by the astronauts of the Apollo Thirteen Mission. And of course the wildly popular Friday the thirteenth horror franchise about sometimes villain Jason Voorhees and Camp Crystal Lake further spread. This ancient meam ultimately the complex folklore of Friday. The thirteenth doesn't have much to do with people's fears today. The fear has much more to do with personal experience. People learned at a young age that Friday the thirteenth is supposed to be unlucky for whatever reason and then they look for evidence that the legend is true. Evidence isn't hard to come by. Of course if you get in a car wreck on one Friday the thirteenth or lose your wallet or even Spill Your Coffee. That day will probably stay with you but if you think about it bad things begin. Small happen all the time. You're looking for bad luck. On Friday the Thirteenth. You'll probably find it
Penn State men's basketball drops to No. 20 in AP Poll
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"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"They get Voodoo for like thirty minutes. Let's can we like the a poster for the first season like announcing. That show was like the four them up on a balcony on Bourbon street or just watching the nightlife now. NCIS NCIS is the only one that truly crushes in the ratings. When you're looking at really Los Angeles was never number one? No let's see what I guess. What a brutal bill cell phone for me? It looks like it's top position punishment is to watch ten episodes of NCIS was four. Yeah not bad. Yeah in from twenty two thousand fourteen. It was the fourth most popular show on TV BEHIND NCIS. The Big Bang theory and Sunday night football. CBS has four. CBS is now in the tanks. EDS is finally finally seeing the real. But that's a story. That's it's for another episode or something crazy CALCAT limit Who is the actor who played a young Arthur on the tech little? Low Me When I was asking? He's like this weird like tested out of school. At like twelve speaks. Fifteen languages has a black belt in karate Lake polymath ask autodidact kid And I asked him what made him want to become an actor and he said I was watching episode of NCIS. And I liked the people all who sit behind the computer sure and I thought that would be fun to do for a living and so the only person I've ever heard of who want to get into acting. I realized that that's my ceiling. Doing and that's what I'm going for. It wasn't even know he said it. Would this like like that. Looked like it was like I opening like watching Brando doing on the waterfront or something it was like they get to deliver exposition. They swivel around in a chair. That's really funny. And he was like I. Someday I hope I get that part. Art Go leading jernane movie. And he was in the poltergeist remake like him being in the tech was like his least important credit that point he was just I. He was not meek Moxie of the legal he was in he was the what's the TSA pivot. He is the titular character in that movie. You the one that was not released because of Harvey Weinstein who America's He just loves going to LIVE NEW ORLEANS. He's America's greatest Comedy Show Hawaii. We're done come and rich. Thanks for having Vicki Lawson. Yes add movie. Good movie Everyone should give it a second. Look because it's not what people say it is. I know that's my opinion but are we going to.
"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Young young songs capture perfectly. What's up yeah? He's playing in the corner. Great Oh now I love La. But but I love fillet actually talking about meet. Yes no one called called Emma. Let's say a couple of things here as you said he's humanizing thing of just just like you're not even showing anymore. You're not even showing America's favorite movie star showing this performance. You're showing video footage of a random kid and after you know High Klay Catering I assume that's not real. I don't think there's tens or anything right but it does underline this thing that like we lose track of just lake AAC. Everyone was like a child ones. And you would never discriminate against the APP child right in the way you do at the adult and nothing has fundamentally changed with that person person just because you dislike their identity. It's not an action that they made which that's when I started crying. I was on the brink rewatching most of the movie. And then that just dropped a couple of tears you draft a couple and I think the Neil Young Song is great. I think that's crazy streets. honks that's great. That's not I do like the Philadelphia slaps Bob. It's it's I mean. I put it on at the club when the beach. They just out there. It's an interesting year for original song because you got a wiccan. Smile which is a nice look within Seattle Song. Okay Oh yeah yeah again. The Janet Jackson Song from Poetic Justice. And then I mean you have the movie then. Probably should've one. Which is the day I fall in love from Beethoven second? Yeah I'm proud of that song. Daytona seconds right got an Oscar nomination for Richard Lawson it can Oscar nomination for of course the Academy Award for me and Beethoven. I May Tobin second. Does Charles Grodin remember when he was in it is. Is that the one where he pulls the house down on a little Lake House. Probably probably God I just remember when I was a kid like like renting some video right forget. Es Store and there was a trailer for earlier in front of it retains I three minutes. I and just being like think I have to see this like six years older. I'd say it's remembers the trailer grow up the stairs and it's like drew and he's like Oh there's just the rain is bonny hunt on Britain Yeah I think pretty much retires and Pacino's the dog the dog on credit. But yeah so should we do in the wide weekend platform did plantlets through the narrow weaken. Let's do the actual release date December basically Christmas time nineteen ninety three so it opens limited lunch. But it's important actually has a great Christmas Asong. Yeah Santa Claus is coming to town. He's like that's losing. I know but I love it. He's like hey you've been a good boy this year. Say It's going to bring you saxophone. Yeah it's just important remember. It was a big hit Made Seventy seven domestic two hundred worldwide adjusted for inflation. One seventy or something. Yeah I think you're right One one seventy two. Yeah crazy absolutely insane. Yeah so domestic number one at the box office. The film we've mentioned on this very episode of big legal thriller in its second week. It's not the PELICAN. Brief is Pelican brief Denzel and Julia Jan fucking up. I'm just saying to have both of these at the same time. That's crazy number. Two is the most comedy of all time. Beethoven's second guess though that's number four from nineteen ninety-two. It's the most quotable comedy of all time. I can't tell if you're being sincere we've discussed on this. PODCAST is the most quotable company. Always doubtfire fruiting Ben along time. Yeah well that's the most quotable comedy of all time and I was like what's in the room for that might be a box office game. It's very requoted and you said hello right yeah.
"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Ideas and you go my deal for the berth deck again full body chills that pizza it just folded me. What if I started using as a term like no shave my pizza boy anyway? It's just funny only because like now we think of the Oscar. Seen this like the moment that you deride it's ingrained book when my Hershel gives. That speech Herschel does a good job. Yeah but where you're like. Oh here we go. This is the Oscar. They are so often the scene where the actor has free rein to sort of like almost step out of the film right circle everything the film is saying saying underlying it place at night and scream it with as much emotion as possible and this is the opposite of this is the power of the scene is like finally like Denzel sees. This man is a person right and sees him as a person with feelings and opinions and thoughts like feeling and passion and all that right and obviously hanks does crush it. Yes but those shots of Denzel fates learning and I. It's very dark and then leaves. That's a red late coming on him really my mind and then you're only watching someone's heart chain. You go for it right. Yeah go from that to this scene where Denzel just needs to go home and hold his child. Yeah Joanna's watching with me and she was like Oh. Don't pick of the baby. You're GonNa wake up the movie and I'm like joining. He needs to hold his baby and then he looked right now down to bed with his look. You just came back from war staring off in the middle distance with his eyes full of tears. And this is where I'm again. I'm like a studio Mike just or correct might be well we have to cut this. This is just like you know but this is who saw. This is the exact. Debbie wants to me. This is the most important thing as you said. The entire goal of this film is to make people realize that people with AIDS are human beings and that is where this film succeeds so wildly. No and I read arguments as well that they're Lake Take I. I went down reading too many nineties reviews of the storm but nineties reviewers understand and not just people in the gay community but I feel like a a lot of critics who felt like. Oh this is the the prison I have to view this movie through. I'm going to assume what other people would find offensive about it. And they said like when he has this opera speech comes out of nowhere. Because you know so little about what he who he is personal life his interest up until that point in time. And I'm like first of all it's not like this is really that kind of movie and this one has a bunch of scenes were like Denzel talks about how much he loves watching hockey. You know our gardening or anything. The thing it's not a movie about people's hobbies it is so sort of repulsive it jumps over such periods of time but you also need to sort of withhold that information from the audience. You cannot have Tom. Hanks talk about anything outside of business. His health immediate life to Denzel in told this moment because it also needs to come after after the Halloween scene. Where for the first time he socializing with him and he sees him you know and you know? Look a cover of heaven from the talking hand absolutely and Tom is at his. straightest interest in navy whites yes. I Love Denzel. Shut down. Horny Dajo costume. Yeah he's a lawsuit right honey Yup Yup and and he orders which is interesting. I also love the into the movie is about. Someone's hoppy Bruce Springsteen Tom Price starting at first the VCR recordings of Kevin. I love that he stays after the party to talk about the case or whatever and it just made me think about this is kind of a weird connection action but like The scene seven where they go. Where Morgan Freeman goes to dinner and they have the the dinner and they laugh about the train in the house and then it later? They're like Gwyneth cutrier's asleep or whatever and they're like in the living room like working on the case I like that sort of okay like social time do not get back to work. There's something kind of cozy about it. I love them and then to we have this this scene in this movie when I think of seventy cozy fully. Yeah just a little more no one in. It is problematic which is great. Yeah Oh yeah this is my new thing. Yeah yes I do. Love that kind of energy and scenes. I also just think think a thing. I love about damning Where we talked a lot certainly happens? A Lot Melvin. And Howard what he chooses to cut over and what moments he chooses to spotlight instead. It is so great that there is no scene where I feel like most my is a didactic. Have the Andrew invites him to the Halloween party where he's like. Oh Yeah Yeah. Yeah yeah goes onto his wife. Can you believe it. She gives him a hard time. She's the hard green to go. She she explains to him right that he has to go. Then you see there. It's so much more powerful to be like you don't know what changed in him but something broke him down just enough to go to this Halloween Green party and feel really uncomfortable like you showed up. And he's so uptight being there and that's all you need to know that. He made that much progress that he was willing to show up. Maybe maybe just because he knew that was the thing he had to do before he could then after the party said talk when is the scene when he sort of slightly when they're talking to case. When he's sort of bluntly says I still don't I'm not into it right? He enhances well. Thanks for sharing that with me. weirdly in the courtroom right. It's like at Yes. Yeah and and that's pretty late in the movie. Yeah they never quite like let it go. No Yeah I like that. They don't become like best friends right. They don't have him come over to his house for for dinner at Christmas and meet the whole family and all the Italian guys. Hey Dot surely guy right like fucking Gelo Green Book where somehow on how him becoming less racist immediately cures all of his friends of racism by proximity. Yeah we'll you know to to eh to fold. Your pizza is to hold. The world is really the message. Were you gonNa say something else about No I don't think so. I think it's just I think it's lovely and unexpected Ed and weird at the same time. I kind of feeling like how much of this is actually happening But yeah it's just like again. I can't imagine that being in this kind of moving now now people would say you can't you can't do that in this type of film rights to hang. It's too weird. It's too big of a tonal shift a stylistic shift I mean all of that uh-huh enough people in went to go see that in theatre nineteen ninety-three that it made two hundred million dollars worldwide. There's like crazy it's insane. It is crazy. Yeah I also like that. The film does not have have the legal drama part of it. Yeah does not have some scene where suddenly someone just gets on the stand. This like. Yeah we actually had fire in gray. was that right. You have the scene with the lesions. Yeah but that's sort of an interesting legal scene where Mary Steenburgen has made this fatal error of bringing the mirror in to do her trick. And it's like once once you bring that mirror and and Denzel is going to use the mirror tip and life shot is so beautiful you where it goes to like hanks's perspective thing we're tank where the angle just feels like. It's tilting more and more but the mirror to get him in the frame. Yes yes him on the stand when he finally starts making a stand in right and just ratchets this so I liked it. That's kind of Charles Napier's the judge I was Gonna say that's also a really fascinating performance fun to what to do this in buying check to watch these movies. Basically in order to see all demis guys movie the Guy With the lazy is the Dr Breath lightly prejudiced doctor. And you're like two movies ago. Napier was Michelle pfeiffer Gay Hairdresser in and now he's like the bigoted sort of like judge chopping and it just kind of like he's sort of playing it down the middle but you know kinda letting them do their antics. But that's what I like is I feel like. He is leaning on the side of prejudice but telling himself that he is completely open minded even-handed and there's that Serbia of moments like this case is concluded like he doesn't Jana von bargain Who plays formerly drawer? Bright and doesn't speak until he gets into You know close quarter There's a series of shots were there exchanging looks with each other. We're napier will say something kind of like snarky as a judge and then he'll look over Dana von bargain. Danial bargain will smile at him being like. Yeah this is like fucking crazy right like they're both not really taking this guy's plates seriously because napier will say the like look. This courtroom is free of any prejudice any judgment. We don't see race we don't see orientation but he says that right after he said. I don't understand why you WANNA talk about this person's personal right. You know well like you know when when Denzel ask someone else if they are gay napier immediately goes well. That's not something we bring into it but of course they would never questioned. Someone's heterosexuality in that way. Now if someone's wife was invoked on the stand he wouldn't go please check when they say you're an active homosexual like imagine. Say someone's an active Orissa. Yeah well it's a kind of thing right. That's the thing like napier keeps on doing shit like that joke out of it. Yeah and it doesn't feel like he's going like main gay. People are Gross. It's more him going like man. This fucking world. Yeah I'll tell you that he has a guy in st weeping weeping a fucking a fast ball against the law. The reminds coconut batteries. Yeah throw it a bad wolf. Ben Leapt to that with a little extra fold on that pizza. Yeah boy I just think the Thelma. So good in presenting all the different sort of levels of prejudice against all right. I mean the thing about it. Is that like when I didn't Sa- Friends Eh. To me a couple of years ago after I had a particularly odd not bad exactly but odd experience with some family members over Thanksgiving where he was like well? Yeah when you're gaelic everything is R. rated raided automatically. Let's talk anything like I was talking to my cousins kid who's like a teenager who but And then just the mom just sort of like froze up here and I was like what is because I said Oh yeah. I used to like doing that when I was your age. Whatever and then I was thinking about more? Oh it's because like you know there's all the attendant stuff up and I think that that thing in the courtroom really well illustrates these aren't like actively bigoted people it's just like it's it's an extra layer of to. I hope that keeps on getting brought up like ball so like you got aids by accident AIDS victims who are sort of like innocent. What a horrible tragedy agree that they caught this disease that whether collateral damage religious fundamentalist? Everyone's sort of buying into this idea that it's like a gay curse right you know and what are the odds of someone outside of the community. Getting that unwillingly. They didn't do anything and one of the big thing tries to tag hangs with. Have you been to like a gay porn. Sex Up guys on the street like trying to be basically like well your lifestyle Super Shitty thing where she tries tries to frame it as like because of course the course keeps the case keeps on coming back to this idea that he was You know it in sufficient as a lawyer lawyer said that was the fires and crowns right but he was incompetent That she brings up all of that as well. Do you consider yourself to have good judgment. Yeah you know and would you say potentially infecting your partner is good judgement. So she's trying to hide behind the guise of like I'm not not shaming you for being part of the gay lifestyle. I'm saying you made a really big risk in your life. Yeah does that that was the kind of judgment or or lack thereof. That could be applied to your dealings as a lawyer. That scene also where I forget who it is but the The is is this. The Roger Corman thing now trying to remember the caviar scene caviar scene remind me where where it was a client who thanks had previously represented and won the case and they bring him to trial to speak to Hank's being incompetent as a lawyer right. Oh Yeah and the guys like Ah US competence. He's changed his right. Wording from like I was like a Baloney Sandwich. You would call that competent right right but if you had caviar for lunch you call that compet. Because six months ago you said Andrew Lawyers right all that stuff is just like such good fucking lawyer speaks yet. Oh the woman of of course who got AIDS through blood transfusions. And when they're trying to railroad her and back around the corner and make her passively say things that kind of condemn hangs more and there's that moment where the two of them look at each other and you're like fuck. This is like the brutality of the legal system people manipulating it. She's now said something that's going to hurt. Hangs even you can tell that. It isn't her intention. And then she just speaks up in that moment of sympathetic imagination where she's like. I want to just say one. Final thing yeah. There is no difference between me and anyone else who has That's that's once again. It's like that's the shit that Demi wants to say. He wants to grab the American public by the shoulders. And I understand. You don't live in the East village allege you're not losing friends on a regular basis right but but he and he's but he smuggles at in in entertaining court drama in artful filmmaking big you know like it just such clever delivery system for something that people needed to here. Yeah you know right because it doesn't feel like vegetables the way the just mercy kind of feels like okay vegetable. Yeah it's yeah yeah and then even like all the other sorts great like AIDS crisis moves of this time or are not things that people revisit because even if they felt kind of pivotal in terms of what they were saying I don't think anyone is like man i..
"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Two Thousand Twenty the Hannibal. Lecter stops eating stamps. And then everything's fine. And then he's a perfect sense. Stop eating stamps That's very valid. Funny Dave Ed. Thank you so five comedy points. I mean you're famously. GotTa Dry wit try like a like an ice candy like I. Can't you got that befall May. Let's get to that democracy because I just want to talk about how that is the Oscar. Yeah and it was his Oscar. Yeah a part of the seen obviously and it's so funny to think of it as an bizarre because it is such a daring and interesting. It looks like yeah. Yeah he it goes into lighting for the first time we were spotlight. Exactly these crazy older. Anyway yeah I mean the way he uses angles in this angle is like over the forehead forehead. It's like I don't know if I've ever seen a sustain shot like that. It was enough to stop nineteen year old Griffin Newman flipping flipping through the channels and a common room and go. What is this filmmaker like? It was so visually arresting that I was like what the fuck is this movie. And why didn't anyone tell me the Philadelphia's this and at that point had we ever seen Tom Hanks in such an artful kind of child or something like that was brand absolutely not turn who has a couple of really nice angles right. Yes well yes was. The cinematographer do was shut off from his. Yeah it's Bruce springsteen dog yeah yeah of course it's the Russian against all that credit for what Turner who actually pioneer right. WHO's The lady intern? Who's it just was GONNA say? Mary Stuart Masterson or like Mary. Kay place or something like that. It's just like Sandy. Sherryl youtall it is that Katherine Hepburn. Let's see it's Mayor Wedding oh I am..
"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Touching Bruce springsteen standing in the corner it off but it becomes this sort of pressure this pressure cooker scene of just like Denzel wrongly. We know immediately feels like he is at risk like this might be the meeting that kills him Scher just even by humoring. The daughter being the Captain Planet Episode About Aids. Which I know zero my brain's be watching the planet? Bruce springsteen has it on the TV that he's holding under his arm playing constantly went to Philadelphia the Screening Island Planet Episode Hurt File. Caisley usually feel young. We'll cross paths with prue senior. Only by captain my Neil young too much like my Willie Nelson. I got a different. No one sounds like Neil Young Willie Nelson joke. Which one What's the worst thing that Willie Nelson can say to you during sex? I'm not Willie Nelson Elson a good deal. This is totally lateral. But you know. It's one of my favorite jokes of all time. Yeah I don't Know My dad told me this joke. About like the Shitty Club promoter in Vegas. He's got huge stars huge stars. Incredible Double Lineup. Sinatra's place not just play and the Guy Goes Frank Sinatra Dance Sinatra Sinatra. Play and of course and Davis Junior Junior. We Got Davis Junior and they know it's Ted Davis Junior. But it's a you know and I got goulet. Goulet is playing and Robert Glad he goes. Yes Doc Vera said that I love. That's good yes the crazy thing about a captain planet because it was like Ted Turner so much money behind it and it was such like this is like a fucking 'cause like season one all the villains of the week are played by giant movie stars and then as the show continues they all just are like. Oh I'm not GONNA do multiple and Jeff Goldblum. It's it's all a crazy. Big People stayed on as for the whole run didn't she I think she did it right. Yeah Yeah but but most of them like would establish Russia Care Whoopi. Goldberg did guy for two years and then handed it off to Margot. Kidder is basically the be list of core. Hart though Oh heart well yeah come on. That's the fifth element always love but Milla Jovovich technically. He was quoted as kind of gay. Hey to that character. Muttiah though Mueller was fire yes yeah so Denzel Denzel turns him down goes to his doctor. His doctor's like a nice old guy. Who's are you obliquely asking me for a blood test like? Is that what this is so so much more on that. You think you got aids from a handshake so do you have aid. Rice is your way of telling me like judge your lifestyle. I've known you since you were child but also in that Hank Stenzel interview seen you know. Denzil trying to find an out and hanks's explaining because he knows in his fucking lawsuit so well how he knows it's a case here. They elements here. The press this Matt and Denzel's like why wouldn't take any. It's like no because you think I wouldn't win. And he's like no it's not that and it was like because right problem with yeah right. Yeah yes I do. And but good luck and he does. Is this a half hard like hey man I'm so it's a tough break. Like he started tries to like throw him some sympathy on the way out. Well it's almost the fact that Hank's doesn't respond to him with anger makes makes him feel bad for you so confident saying I have a problem with the way you live your life until hanks just sort of goes like okay and then it's like fuck. Yeah this house it is not an asshole. Yeah and then I guess after. It's the library is pretty much. The next big scene out of the goon tries to tell hangs to use a private room and once again all these amazing close ups of all the other people sitting the library watching it. And there's a I mean maybe I'm reading too much into it but there's a skinny young a young guy sitting right nearby who kind of gets up. Because he's disgusted or wherever. Yeah but he reads a little gay too so I think it's a little bit about like like I don't WanNa WanNa too close to this thing of like he's is fucking scary. When you watch AIDS documentaries it really is just terrifying fine? How much it ravaged the body so aside from obviously that it's rep was like we have no way of treating right? We have experimental drugs. That are just sort. Sort of beginning to maybe mitigate a but like they do horrible damage those early cards. It's just be like miserable life. But also removed removed from the the sort of homophobia of of the the sort of fear of AIDS. It also just boys a terrifying disease that turn when people into Zombie like it is upsetting to look at when you watch like AIDS. Pull documentaries and stuff. Yeah people who are at the last moments of their life they really look ghoulish foolish. You know and so it's such a visual disease on top of everything else and the earmarks that were so clear and so specific to it. They understand that sense of just like back in the same way that it's unnerving to visit a hospital You know and to see people who are that close to death. There's that element to which also then just like right. There's the internalized like fear of it even within the gay community but then also for people who are prejudiced. It just gives them ammunition right to be like. We'll look at how I. What am I supposed to hang out with this guy? Yeah exactly yeah the Magic Chechen note the Magic Johnson thing. That happened two years earlier. And that that is also a sort of crazy landmark. Moment thing where it's like a straight guy has aids and he's an athlete and he's coming out and he's saying I want to be clear that like I got through is through having way too much heterosexual set for like he's not just some gay plague. I basically slept with any woman that was near me because I was the most famous basketball player. That was also been a weird sort of shock. Wavy moment in recent history was that early ninety one. Yeah I mean the Magic Johnson thing to this day is completely crazy. Yeah like just to think about it to this day like that. That happened so early in right. The sort of life cycle of of AIDS in American consciousness and that He's still with us. Health never visibly diminished. I not really and he returned to basketball which no one remembers and you know. Players were to prejudice to basically play with him Ninety four when he was share locker or you know what if he believes kept telling you know there was all that sort of like disgracing so so denzel makes the move. You know I mean I guess love. It's such a nice little touch but he sees him sitting there and coughing. You immediately see him. Kind of recoiled like disgusting. How dare he does this? And then when Bob Abdoun walks over denzel shifts over his stack of books so that he can keep watching out of morbid curiosity. Notice even before that there's a white guy staring at them yes right yes this. Can you feel like that's really important. The the guy. Oh you mean the guy. The Guy who walks walks by and just watch fast and Demi was just so fucking good. I'm am conveying complex. Interpersonal dynamics in looks in moments in nonverbal physical language now Denzel working again just to point that out maturing candidate thanks never worked with no but then carry goats men who was one of Demis guys who was in all of his movies and was producer. plucks amounted this platen partner hundred percent anyway just interesting But I'm okay. So then then we kind of get into the latter half of the phone which is like more just like courtroom drama. It's another another beautiful shift. which is just denzel comes over and goes like no? He's with me and then they're just on the case you don't have all the shoe leather of them preparing for the case. You don't have too much ramp up to the courtroom. You have him going to his family and telling them like you know I'm GonNa do this. It's going to be tough right. And you have been Darris Harris being introduced sort of as this loving partner. Yeah and one of the sexiest means. It's funny in the Larry Kramer thing. He's this actor i. I don't know with dark hair. He'd like new. Antonio banderas was barely spoke English at that he barely at the time of that he had done. I believe one America done What's it called? Mambo kings right. She said was an entirely phonetic. Not Speak English at all at this point. I think he's just beginning learning. But I mean like Larry Kramer fucking watch your movies art house by the time you're telling me down and shit like you know come on these women and he's also Hollywood is priming him to be a guy like he does like four movies right like in it. In Ninety four you have interviewed the vampire another supporting role and then in ninety five is when he's everywhere. That's that's desperado. Miami rhapsody I sense too much like where it's just suddenly fastens was that same year and that's the one that is the Gif the yes the Internet but then pay tell also has a gift of him looking laptop and going move in some ways. Yeah is this John Hancock. But by the time this episode drops he could be an Oscar nominee. I really hope to God yes. Yeah and I worry won't be because it's really stacked and its performance. How tough yes actor this year because it's been such a belief Hata Gory in recent times my winner and I think it's is just like an astonishing before given by trying to figure out who I'm GonNa vote for for New York Film? Critics Circle this guy. I know I just feel like there's no way we're walking out of that room and without a driver driver had won but who knows. Yeah we will. True driver does seem like I mean Sandler I guess also I could vote for him him. I haven't seen that yet also incredible I feel like I need to next before it or something like just it sounds stressful. It's undeniably stressful. Can't you want to hear the least surprising thing in the world My father is so fucking amp for kind of it's about him. Yes it was. It was pulled from his brain and sessions dead just for kicks because we're recording this so far in advance and all the stuff will be settled by the time it comes out do either. If you have like big things you WanNa push up hill that you're already thinking at this point like this is the one I really want to champion. I want Jaylo is the one that I think we can make recap and we'll see my actress. This year is Jessie Buckley. Who won't I can't? That's interesting that is a great. He's a great performance. But that's more one of those things where I'm like. I know that will not be a winner at a critics award like. It's not a widely enough seen film. Who My best supporting actress? Winners as of this moment. So if you have a NATO they do okay in in wild railroad oh interesting. She's got a great movie roles. Good now I think she's crazy..
"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"So then he kinda take it easy and in ninety two two years later his next movie is a League of their own which is amazing and he was not supposed to do that. It wasn't supposed to be someone else late replacing thanks so much for supporting role and at the time it was like Oh this is a change of pace. For Hank's he's playing an asshole jerk. He's playing right wrong because even when he was in comedies he was always playing kind of goofy boyish. You know one hundred percent. I'm trying to see who plays. That was a real. He replaced someone I want. I want to say it was a much older actor who is more obvious fit for that character type. Yeah I mean the thing about it is. He's not that's the thing he was too young for. This and Penny Marshall is like you're you're supposed to be a young because she was supposed to be a baseball player. Who just got washed up right right? Well you're not supposed to be an old guy it's hardly Yeah right and so. He gained all this weight. And it doesn't say yeah but it was someone like Harrison Ford but it was like someone like that and then in nineteen ninety-three the year Philadelphia comes out and he also is in sleepless in Seattle. which is so? He and Denzel both had enormous nineteen ninety-three. Yes they did. Yeah because there's the Pelican brief Ya for Denzel in Nineteen ninety-three we'll get on a second. I love sleepless in Seattle. I have seen it one million times. People come to me and they tried to say things like well. I don't like that film or have some objections to the plot of that film. I have a thing to say about it and I'm like I don't know I I don't want to hear but I have never seen it well. That's doing Ephron. Let's do you know who has probably the best scene in the movie. Rita Wilson has an incredible scene in that movie but Rosie Odonnell has a couple incredible. There's a lot of great David. Hyde Pierce has one. Great scene in my favorite character is though the city of New York it's almost like a character in sleepless in Seattle. And that really I think is the movie deep. That's like Tom. Hanks is as you're seeing the People magazine cover guy on Mary and a sweater like this. Is it this is America's Erica's man. This is a big part of it. Also is that just like who could not like top favorite. There's nothing it's weird. He specific acidic and weird enough as an actor without having any type of personality quirk. That could be off putting to a group of people. He's he's he's it's been around forever. We all agreed. Yeah that's that and so I think that's partly why he can take a role like this without too much concern about his story. But you know certainly it was at the time quote unquote Time wants to be planned out gay character period Korea let alone someone who is dying of AIDS he was entrusted with the role as a steward of it like it was like. We think that he will be responsible about this. But he's not like an and yeah you know I feel like some of the big stars of the era like Bruce more action stars. Maybe their agents will be like no. You can't comedy's comedy's not GonNa try to be an action action guy. He's not even a trade. Do like a Nick Cage Pivot Post Oscar. No that takes another fifteen years for him to throw back the hair and become Robert Langdon Denzel Washington. Ashington yeah right. He's a hot young actor eighty nine. He's already before then. You know like he was in cry freedom you got knocked nation. He was on saint elsewhere for many years. Then right gory. He gets his Oscar supporting ask. Here's the Guy Right. Yeah and then who did. He beat that year for the Oscar. I'm just curious. eighty-nine Danny Aiello. Don't get into Dan ackroyd. Think you're right right because I'm thinking do the right thing and and Dr Miss Daisy Aykroyd. Great Yellow Washington. Are you looking at the list right now. Are the other two in best picture. Nominees one is like a legend. Maybe his last nomination Alec Guinness Okay Marlon Brando for a dry white season. The APP I knew is one of those two and then the other one is a F- breath incredible performance from a guy who win Oscar and a couple of years. Then Nottingham Pathetically in comedy drama comedy-drama New York. You know who I'm talking about. I know who I know who you're talking. I mean UH director of talking about it. I this is Is a no no who is yeah New Yorker. We're GONNA talk too much anymore. Yeah I know but now trying to think what performance norman is such a good performance. It'd be this arguably this guy's best movie really I would say. Oh it's crimson misdemeanors. Yeah incredible incredible performance. Yeah good yeah. That's incredible performance and this was the run of Landau just kept on like he reestablished himself as an older actor and he kept on getting those nominations since the Aykroyd like I've never seen driving miss. Daisy plays her son. He's I would. I mean right not bad in the film I think it orbital. I've never seen that either. Yeah well you're in this big movie that we're we love right you've been around so it's surely go here's is your nominee is so big culturally. It's easy to think about like because those. SNL guys hit so fucking huge and at that specific moment eighty eighty nine bill. Murray was essentially just coming out of his Sabbatical Chevy Chase. It already started building ambassador. Belushi had died and those were the four guys that were like one of these guys is going to be a major major making star one of those classic like right like Oh. You're the comedian. And a serious movie. Like he does like a respectable job Bob like that. He's a fine head. Albert Brooks got nominated for Dr. Yeah that's even more of a like. Wow what a stretch. What arrange I've seen the film and my memory Marie Him? Oh my God. You're so annoying. Yeah right she's like I don't know right. And then Morgan Freeman Driving around the South and then Jessica Tandy fold the pizza and half news going to get two great book first. SNL character a cast member to get an Oscar nomination that that sounds right right. I think there are six in total. I did this trivial ones. But it's Murphy or Ellen Clegg. Oh sorry. Love saying we'll Victoria. Oreo any Hutzel Victoria Jackson is getting the Thalberg prices. Press yet right you know but the thing is kind of work worth comparing Greenburg. Stop being able to Greenberg a credit card pizzas pizzas too big..
"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"The TURNPIKE. He wrote the original score for Jersey girl. Yes yes and he also shot that film starred in it Starting at Wright played the song called Taylor Ham Egg and cheese Off Exit Twenty Nine on the parkway south. Here's this song called. I love to watch the Sopranos and it's not clear whether or not I I understand that the characters are unsympathetic. It's a that's a good song about being from New Jersey equal interest. Now who's very good and Jersey girl. Sir Sir William Smith Sir William Smith Will Smith. He's a small role correct as himself. And he's really fucking good. It's but it's like one of his better no no. It might be true but Wednesday when winter still right like are there things where he's bad winters tells arguably the only because even things that are bad. I you think he's very committed in usually committed. I'm trying to think like what's up. Bad Wilson I don't think he's bad in suicide squad. No He's good. I just think whatever. But he's doing his work mark. He's fine and wild wild west even though that movies yes although that is a little bit him like coasting bringing the old bag of tricks. And you're like come on man. The Electric Wild Wild West might be the closest to where I'm like. You're not doing much for me here buddy. I don't really like him in after Earth. He's not your he's because he's doing I mean he's already. Yeah like He's doing that weird accent. And it's always charisma's being sucked out of him straight and passing it on to his son. Yeah trying. He is the genie though he was the genie. It is currently still actually retains those out. He probably will have won. Best supporting actor right out of the Oscars you never know right. I think Ritchie's one really is going to be a win for that whole film. You're right. He's the Alfonzo crying. I do too. I tried to watch on a plane not too long ago and I had to turn it off and I have a really big plane movie. I watched yesterday. We'll watch that whole thing but like you don't. It's like that movie made sense yesterday. Or the movies air airtight. Yeah just like try to pull a string. You can't ads. We're GONNA try not take. I can't do it. Everything makes sense. Perfect takes place in alternate reality. where the second someone gets dumb someone else steps forward it goes actually? I've always had a crush on you. You will not be single for Longoria. That's perfect com. Couldn't finish leaden born. Yeah that's that's my problem with all those Disney remakes that are very similar to the. It's like I'm just like yes. Seen this movie and somehow it's longer and slower this time it's what are you still lying on watch at least Aladdin. Your Look Will Smith. I WanNa bring up something. That's been bugging me for a couple of months. Now we're here. We go when we did our Lanqing episode. I argued not argued. I stated the fact that the movie was half an hour long and you said No. It's not because of credits. Oh sure right but that argument makes no sense because both of them have credits shoe. Sure but I think the Disney credit very short aren't they. I don't think so Let's see one eighteen for the lion. King John I align tech people. It's essentially for an animated film. I think they both have very long credits there. Maybe you're not getting. It was the animated film. I watched the stupid favorite movie if it's a half hour long. I don't know what he added. Select so I wasn't half an hour. There was pauses probably yeah contemporaries that scene where pauses for and. Can you hear you hear a gunshot. Very checkup violin string snapping. Everyone looks up our guest today. Is Richard Loss. Hello Vanity any fair and little Goldman stomaching podcasts talking about Philadelphia a movie where in my mind so the first time mm-hmm I saw this movie was probably seven eight years ago when it was on Netflix streaming And I remember not even considering the days when every movie was. That's right those the golden days. My netflix was a public streaming on Netflix. Now that's how I watched one of four won't be when this airs. It is classified under vintage movies. Classic Movies Black and white movies because the poster. Yeah thank you so you'd never seen it before and you saw it Eight years ago. I remember things through the channels when I was In College I think the the communal TV in the lounge of the DORMS. Or whatever and seeing the Aria scene and being like this is really weird. Why didn't anyone tell me that? Philadelphia's this weird Because I bought into into I feel like the cultural reputation got immediately. Oscar Bay ultimate austere issues driven. And it's like sanded down and not risky and uh hey it for a long time it was the stand in total representative of that kind of move which is insane. That's because this is the out like this is what all of them should be like this Oscar. I wouldn't have a battery. He's a better filmmaker than almost anyone which is part of bringing to the table really short changed all filmography. You're kind of like this is an exception. You can't argue that. He had like the best body of work ever. Because no it's it's you know. Oh He's got stinkers and whatever was like. He's kind of one of the best filmmakers. Whoever Larry Just Mak- conversation what I what I like about it is that when a movie that could just is be pretty straightforward and still have an emotional impact and maybe boards impact Pughsley? No I'm GonNa make a movie. That's artful and I think part of the reason that it's reputation reputation has been Sort of muddied is that at the time. And since certainly like Larry Kramer wrote a a an OP ed about how much he hated the movie. And how it wasn't the movie and right and I and I see those criticisms I I do think in the Lens of hindsight the movie looks better maybe than it did in the moments but I think that that coupled with just the regular hair Hollywood narrative of about like a fielded Oscar movie but Right Issue Movie Oscar Movie That also then was deemed like a bad game like the wrong gay movie fat. Yeah and then it kind of just got buried by this kind of legacy and then rewatching for this podcast. I was like Holy Shit like this is this is beautiful movie. It's a beautiful movie. It's a daring movie in a a lot of ways. Yeah so much in what we're talking about Larry Kramer's talking about so much but like just in like you wouldn't make a movie this way anymore. No absolutely which is probably part of our like reverence of it from afar? And you're right nine hundred hundred that's a pressure cooker. Time AIDS is very much like ongoing and not not at remotely solved and the government is barely like acknowledging it still right. Like it's still a sort of America's on Broadway and ninety three people that are like shaking the gates being like. What are you going to do about? This movie may be feels a little tepid. Yeah and it gets tagged at the kiss thing and they feel like it's never gotten over that. There is a brief kiss chased a Hospital kids but like you know. His relationship with Antonio Banderas is pretty onscreen pretty chaste. And there's this Janet Maslin review were. She's he's like a his his The Antonio banderas boyfriend character is I want to find her exact line because I find it really dismissive even shady but she essentially says like it would be insulting to even call it a sketch of a character And to which I go like attack explained to me how the depiction of that character is any different than depiction of Denzel's wife in the movie. Right he's a supporting character. I mean I don't know like I feel like those relationships are given equal amount of weight in this film. The only difference may be being that like you know there's kissing right but it's not like like the Denzel wife relationship is really hot and heavy and it just had a baby because he had the relationship is obviously the Human Denzel. Yeah Yeah and like as a at the movies like a road math roadmap towards empathy. And that's kind of how it functioned in popular culture back then and so I'm I'm willing to forgive if some spouse characters are not quite fully drawn Reno. Because that's not what the movie's about that's like you know even larger issue with spouse characters in films like this usually being right Hafer it and There was something that I think got tagged with that tag. What you're talking about? It didn't get a best picture which is kind of crazy and I think right and so maybe that heard it a little bit that like if you look down on paper. You're like well. That's the Tom Hanks Oscar. That's that I think. Also it just got overshadowed by forrest gump the next year where everyone was like the definitive. Tom Hanks movie the early nineties was of forrest. GUMP and and that's what we did a lot for. I feel like for gay relations and in America Forrest gump. Yeah ooh yeah land yet. I mean I'm perky like there's a lot of like gay categorization. I'm a Sally Field Queen when I watched forrest gump the whole time. I just go over and over again. Nothing weird about this probab- boobs. He's yelling it. I learned a bunch about history from totally none of you folks. Listen to Edward Norton. Lock the gate right. I didn't listen to that although I certainly have read like forty five Edward Norton interviews. I should've essay interview of everyone got to intercept him. He's moving blue. Just didn't want to be like weird where you're like. Do they know that. I think they're movies at a big old. I was interviewing. Tracy Letts for the podcast for our podcast at work The episode aired long after a before before this goes on here but anyway and he started interview. I asked him a first question is like but we'll wait. Let's back up here because you didn't like the movie did you. It was before you know it was like I guess I had tweeted something. Yeah because it was late at night and but I guess this publicist had read that to him and then book to this interview and I was like what Doing that that's like the conference calling getting someone to say something embarrassing about the other person. Edward Norton on. He's W T.F. Usually goes toback for forrest. Gump like very emphatically word and he was like no he's like. I understand the reputation that movie has. I think that movie is very canny and has a lot more Bite than people give it credit for being which I thought was such a bizarre. He Bit Edward Norton to be like not. He's like the king of like. Let me let me stick stick up for the people that are like right now. I know but that's like a weird movie for him to be funny. But I've heard that tank where it's like. Oh come on. Forest ars covers a satire. And I'm great sly. It's being there as a satire ours. GUMP is kind of like watered-down being there with more sort of boomer you know sort of misuse it. Ed from forrest Gump is biting at all. That is a movie that deals with AIDS. In a way that is really just getting stated directly it AIDS as punishment for Heaven Sakes great which this movie is trying to like counter that argument with every fiber behind he has a very like sort of clearly kind of inserted. Seen nothing bad bullet. Clearly importantly yeah highlighted scene. Where the woman who is the transfusion is like I don't see myself as any.
"lawson" Discussed on Marketplace All-in-One
"Planet him or big ideas and mobility are born. This is marketplace. I'm KAI Ryssdal here with today's installment of this is a global economy in ways. You don't even think about the United States has a long history of economic cooperation with Japan competition. Yes, but also cooperation, cooperation in cultural affairs as well. Think sushi over here, an enemy baseball over there. Also American convenience stores. Adrian Ma has the story of an iconic Ohio chain disappeared here decades ago, but his thriving in Japan. It was nineteen thirty nine when JJ Lawson had an idea. He ran a milk business and thought rather than having the stuff delivered to people's houses. Why not open a store and let people come to him. That was the birth of Lawson's milk company. Later, he added other Staples, like eggs and orange juice. In pretty soon Lawson's became what we think of today as a convenience store. Now maybe you haven't heard of Lawson's but mentioned the name to Ohioans of a certain age, and they may even start singing jingle. An old Lawson's commercial roll-on Bego, get that use up the Lawson's and forty. Now while the other men drive on the non stop. Awesome. Roger Lumpkin was about five years old. When his dad's started managing Lawson's franchise in east Cleveland. I remember my dad wrapping apron around me and and meet putting up the bottle milk jugs at the head. That was a definite memory because the jugs were almost as big as I was. Lumpkin worked at the store until he went to college. And by that time, Lawson's had grown into hundreds of locations in the midwest, a place where people could get their meats, cheeses potato salad twinkies. But then in the eighties, the company was bought out and the stores were renamed dairy mart. And I pretty much thought that was the end of Lawson's except it wasn't. Because a decade earlier Lawson's had opened a franchise in Japan in there, the teen. Call. See it's the number three convenience store after another US import seven, eleven and homegrown. Rival called family mart. I'm standing inside a.
"lawson" Discussed on RobinLynne
"That's the christian woman koby fuck you where do i even start man he'll first half okay introduced the lawson found teenage fantasy she's addressing that love has been different in her life and it's always been this weird concept that she thinks she understands but she doesn't i mean she is only twenty so she's just right after being teenager so teenage fantasy isn't too far off from her own life still it's still plies for the rest of the loss found teenage fantasy at combination is the perfect way to start what she wants to discuss about relationships lasted founds pretty pretty obvious not saying that its surface value content and it's like simplistically written lost and found is just literally about the title she's lost in she's found herself and found out you know play on words a lot of things about love she's found herself but she's lost in this world of not really understanding why relationships aren't working out yet if she loves herself she's found herself why does she keep getting broken down by these dudes or maybe a specific dude maybe that's what this is about one guy i don't think so i don't think the salman's about one guy every song seems to be talking about like a new relationship every time she thinks this dude is the one and he ends up just fucking over and that's why lifeboats is so cool because it's not only about relationships but it's about people it's just about human nature like her saying wow maybe i'm not having success relationships because people are just fucking selfish even the government she's got a monarchy to live through and brexit happened she's got her own fuck carita deal with but she's saying maybe just people are just shooting in general you just shouldn't trust anybody but herself however the last three tracks that's when she's like saying goodbye to this dude maybe she's saying goodbye to just like dating maybe she's just saying like yo i can't i can't fucking do this any more going nuts because i feel like it's my fault even though i know it's not tomorrow don't watch me cry she's saying like i don't know why feeling like this but you'll find out tomorrow she's like postponing the bad news to herself and her lover don't watch me cry is basically just like i want you to see me emotional because i'm the strong independent woman now and i can't be vulnerable but you're making me vulnerable in hate it and i don't know how to handle it this whole album is vulnerable she's making an album for her but it's also going to resonate with so many people and she knows that that's why she made this lost and found title so fuck god damn i can't think of the goddamn word what will help me think of the word is more wine oh my god it ambiguous it actually did thank you title so ambiguous so it applies to more people and so are the themes there's a lot of substance to this album when you replay you're going to feel more and it depends on your mood like right now my life's pretty good i'm pretty happy a lot of these tracks are going to hit me emotionally as much sonically they're going to i mean her voice and instrumentation all the shit about the is fucking immaculate and it's all her it's all her but if you're in a fucked up relationship if you're sad if you're on breakup this thing's gonna make you cry or feel something in here this album is vent city like bruce willis in die hard vents fuck you fuck you what i would hope for the future next album kinda plays with more upbeat tempos lot of these beats did have a piano feel like there could be a lot more room to play around at least instrument mentally and pacing wise and i want her to route more because the lifeboats freestyle was so fucking that's my only critique really is that her next project she just kinda plays more with upbeat songs i feel like this is this year's control honestly because it's as relatable as deep as passionate as her as sizzle was i control control is also this is all georgia it's shit that everybody deals with whether you're a dude chick straight gay doesn't matter it doesn't matter it's ship that everyone can go goddamn i've had a day like that and that's the beautiful part of this i can't believe how many powerhouse women are coming out with banger albums man congratulations georgia if you're watching this is in.
"lawson" Discussed on Channel 955
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"lawson" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"She did yeah it was brooks direct you get a a lot lot of of those those i was in i was in i was stuck in a kind of a rut with writing my trolls which took twenty years to right it turn around myself who's in minne turnaround as a side project i mean had this story because gonna rattling around this was to wait there's a story in this movie we call to be fair finglas came out of aborted subplots for your trolls right this like my off limb and then it turned into its own troll me trouble originally the villain was taylor oni she isn't the villain with she was to eight ning for the troll to move to exactly i guess today you of course know him best from kim team the widowmaker that's right vanilla sky the water leading the water i was gonna say richard that's sort of like late nineties early two thousands that's that's a saving private ryan ryan that's like the zone you're in i like it always gravitate right to that yet me as a teenager or in college that's where we're at host a little gold man podcast writes for vanity fair and is now a published novelist at the time this upsets coming out the top of the charts richer richard lawson the great richard lawson is here with us today ola got that so i just searched for spangler in the mpaa and i got no.
"lawson" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression
"Uh uh jenny lawson has spent many years fighting mental illness in many forms depression anxiety obsessive thoughts all the wild dealing with family stress job stress medications therapy and now that she has all that experience that accumulated wisdom i asked her what she wishes she knew a long time ago and she thought back to wall texas i wish i had known when i was a kid vat the journal's dan i put riots because i didn't have any friends i would write these channels to myself basically i was my own imaginary friend and i wish i could tell myself you know wet one day this is all going to pay off this is this is how you find your voice this is how you quiet the voices in your head and get them out onto the paper and this is how you find your community and you will one day not be alone anymore writing was how you found that voice or mental illnesses i found that voice well mental illness probably is my voice but riding is how i found how to show that voice um because otherwise it's just voices in my head screaming until i put them down on paper in fact there's a lot of stuff that never get seen by any one because i'm just like i need to write this down or else it can't get out of my head um and that's the only way that i can quiet those voices social rights stuff down some of it for mental housecleaning but some to share with the world she write about what she's going through and then people will feel less alone and then they'll talk about it and that will feel good and be a good thing that people who read me are so incredibly helpful and wonderful and i didn't have a choice but to come forward about the fact that i had anxiety and depression because it was so much a part of me that i felt like i was creating this false narratives that wasn't true and i didn't i didn't expect to have so many people say me too but they did and as the years went by and the stigma guy it a little bit less even more came and for a long time um i and this folder i used to haul at my folder of 24 and it was it was.
"lawson" Discussed on The Hilarious World of Depression
"And jenny lawson a dead animal in the mail it's also really nice because i think a lot of people probably get dead animals in the mail and it's not necessarily a compliment there maybe it's more of a threat i think my husband maybe it looks at it as a little more of a threat but i just think it's lovely although i will say there has been a couple that were not taxes are made and we're just dead and i was not a big fan of those young so so maybe maybe like it may i know you i know you steeled it up really well or you thought you did number one no you didn't and number two i don't want that thank you for the thought duct tape isn't the same thing is taxidermy folks that coming up is depression a superpower the answer may surprise you it's yes the answer's yes in the hilarious world of depression is supported by health partners in by make it okayorg make it okay is a campaign to start conversations and stop the stigma surrounding mental illness not just oppression but all kinds of mental illnesses we enjoy having a lot of laughs on this show it's a way of dealing with depression it's a way of maybe demystifying depression a little bit making it not so scary but let's not kid ourselves it's a serious disease the good news is that people can and do get better they get help that's why we need to make it okay to talk openly now mental illness can be an awkward conversation of course but make it okayorg is full of information you can use like what to say and what not to say and stories for people who tell you what it's like to live with depression anxiety or other mental illnesses go to make it okayorg you can take the pledge to make it okay thank you so much to health partners and to make it okay for joining us in.
"lawson" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"Confidence my to where do you think you lawson and why oh is is illusion voice the minute you have a couple of things that don't go well in your environment or that don't go the way you expect specially early on and that environment with there's still i would argue something your overall confidence because you knew girl on the block or you're learning something for the first time if it doesn't go well or somebody criticizes you never know but this is the late eighties and half a where was rough and it was no big deal to get dress down you're right now no love trading floor or the middle of you're of your floor then you start to say oh will that happen especially if up until that point you've never really had a new failures you never had any infractions here confidence all of a sudden two or three of those then you start to question whether or not you're make those business side to get your voice back this how did you when did you go in and ask for more because all the study show that women it's still are are less likely than men to ask for the raises the data deserve and did you know and then same payment alright worth that absolutely absolutely i will tell you that that was a some of the moment make that was a similar moment for two reasons number one i said wait they're not say me the way i see myself and oh by the way that tough thing is something that they value so let me turn this around right there that was the first lesson second lesson was that i could was that i could train them to think about me differently when people would say oh you can't change people's perception about you so that was a very important pero and then from bigger i also had a collie and they say yes but they did you going say i wan that's that's just to separate points home was around the tough that areas around the money yeah then i had a colleagues say to me a few years later he said you know i go.
"lawson" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Again giving you need it's paul john hey of last this is the chinese sir out that you would put in and now water in these are the lawson's is golden throw it wasn't and put the sir laws and yeah you read into the team but it ended that he how much i woods no i'm clear lawrie that i know it's unsigned he is but just going to put like a tables and i'm just come mix it around he's got an ways issues until he sounds like he has been today tables didn't the cigars and it's an allergy thing where it's it's i don't know if i like it i didn't know if you know now well i don't know why it goes to the throw i don't feel congested all but it's it's analogy thing in because i'm not sick it's not a i mean we'll take some of the special chinese saw stuck to shake it i don't think it would hurt it it's got it what is that it taste it i'm not gonna lighty of it doesn't taste great i've got it i but it works and the loss in just two it we have a huge day for that pick at may bill but more all i know all right we have a huge day to day it is wednesday which means doctor wendy is coming in and of she is going to talk to us about a whole host of things like why does self help usually fail what would you tell someone if you know someone was going to get on would you tell them about it you're a bit in that situation i have had thoughts i had never had a confirmation i've had in claims that somebody is being seeded on yeah we've my wife and i've been in that situation oh where we were asked we were asked to watch someone's try old for a weekend while they were going to go away and and have their feeling.