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"leoni" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ
"To talk to their gay or bisexual sons about sexuality. And h v risk, we know that young gay and bisexual men are the highest risk group for getting HIV infection of all teenagers, and have film can be found at lead with love film dot com. Michigan attorney general Dana Nessel says the state's civil rights commission is not bound by her predecessors determination. LGBT people are not protected by an antidiscrimination law. Nestled, however declined to issue, a formal opinion because of some pending legal litigation. Former attorney general Bill Schutte issued an opinion last year saying the commission overstepped when it said the state civil rights law, covered sexual orientation and gender identity. Nestles office says the US supreme court in April decided to review, a case involving a Michigan funeral homes firing of a transgender woman CBS confirming that the White House is reasserting executive privilege with respect to hope Hicks testimony that set for today. White House counsel, Pat sip Leoni wrote in a letter to House Judiciary committee chairman Jerry Nadler, that said, quote, MS Hicks is absolutely immune from being compelled to testify before congress with respect to matters occurring during her service, as a senior adviser to the president. This. All according to a source directly familiar with the letter. Well, the US is sending an additional one thousand troops now to the Iranian region. CBS news correspondent Charlie Dega is in the United Arab Emirates. He tells us it's unclear where those troops will be deployed the US already has a significant military presence in this region around thirty five thousand servicemembers manning warships, airbases and ground. Operation. Iran's regional arch-rival Saudi Arabia is stepping up the pressure to releasing video showing its warplanes on joint exercises. With u s fighter jets over the Persian Gulf a show of force sending an unmistakable message.
"leoni" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"Be freed on two hundred fifty thousand dollars bond after a quarter. Parents this afternoon. She was arrested this morning, just one a fifty people taken into custody in connection with a college bribery scheme, the real victims in this keys are the hardworking students who did everything they could to set themselves up for success in the college admissions process, but ended up being shutout because far less qualified students and their families simply bought their way in FBI special agent. Joseph of court documents say Huffman paid fifteen thousand dollars that she disguised as a charitable donation. So her daughter could take part in the college entrance exam cheating scam. The union for Air Canada flight attendant says the company is allowing ones who don't want to fly the Boeing seven thirty-seven max eight to be reassigned and the union says they want that option to continue. You this comes after a deadly ups. Airlines crash over the weekend and a lion aircrash last October that also killed everyone on board. The FAA maintains that the jets are airworthy, but a Senate panel is reportedly considering holding hearings on the crashes new federal statistic indicates some illegal border crossings are rising, but it's happening at America's northern border customs and border protection stats show. The number of people caught illegally crossing from Canada into the US is up by nearly thirteen hundred over twenty seventeen. However, the more than forty three hundred crossing at the northern border pales in comparison to the nearly four hundred thousand caught illegally coming over the southern border. Fox's grenell? Scott. A majority of the unlawful northern crossings has hit to happen at the boundaries of remind New Hampshire and New York state. This is Fox News. Jim gag Leoni. Newsradio.
"leoni" Discussed on Deep Dish Radio with Tim Powers
"No, what are the chances that anyone in the listening audience thought? Oh, that's Sergio Leoni from talion spaghetti western soundtrack, right or. Yeah. LB Albion's audio in g minor a fine classical piece that I think all deep dish listeners are familiar with. I'll I'll be Nonni Albany. I'll be damned Dhabi dog on which is another my I shouldn't known that man. My classical music knowledge has has decreased tremendously let's really blow their minds who did it that was the doors. No that was not that that was Robby Krieger, and and Raymond's Eric performing a discarded track for the the post Jim Morrison collection of poetry. Yeah. I'd never heard that. And I thank you for sharing. It. It's not that. I've never listened to I'll be Nonni Albany, and it I certainly listened to plenty of doors. Sure. But the thing is that again, I've said this before the exposure of people who never listened to a type of music to that kind of music by a pop group can't be underestimated. And it makes perfect sense. You know for the doors because they expose people to Brechin vile show me the way to the next whiskey bar. And it's a great version. You know, I mean, I've I've listened to the, you know, original soundtracks lot, Elaine. Yeah. And all those guys I love Jim Morrison's version of that song. So then hopefully, the listener goes, wow, you know, Berthold brick Kurt vile who are these guy. I don't know. Anything about these guys, you know, Threepenny opera. Wow. You know, there's an intensity to that that I can really relate to even though they were writing forty fifty years ago. And that's the thing about what I wanted to put together. It's just you know, listen to the skill listen to the musicianship of of these guys out of their element. You know? That's why played whiter shade of pale the way that I did. That's why this because you know, these these guys get a bad rap. I have heard other musicians that that I respect members of the birds who have said, I don't care for the doors because those guys can't swing and swing. That's that's jazz term you should never use as a rock group, especially or a or a blues rock group. But for. For as jazzy as they were for. I as tuned in as those three guys were musically to each other, the musicians in the, you know. Chops man, of course, they had shops. And you know, only Lionel Hampton or somebody like a man those guys they don't just they just don't swing break. I mean Jesus Christ. When did when did the birds ever investigate, you know, Berthold Brecht or classical music, you know, they they get big thumbs up for, you know, eight miles high. It's a classic of psychedelic music. But you know, that's that is unacceptable. Unacceptable to me. And I'm so glad that you shared AVI known as adagio by these guys and murdered the murder the title. But no, no, it's it's one of them. Like, I said, Tim, I never heard it before. And that's the other thing is spaghetti western thing. But also, let's not forget the doors Spanish caravan. Robby. Krieger does some amazing will make oh style guitar somewhere in here. I have a copy of Morrison hotel signed by Robbie how great is that? He was he couldn't have been nicer. But, but then you know, would that song? Yeah. Okay. Wow. You know, guitar Flamenco style picking. But then it goes into outer space, and there's processing so it's wonderful melding. Whereas this is this is not straight ahead classical. It's it's the glitz Sandoz on guitar saying, okay? There's something for you once little electrified. But we're also going to honor the original composer. I love it. I do too. Now. You've heard an American prayer, right? The post after Jim died guys got together and found tapes of gym reading his poetry and put music behind it..
"leoni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Pimm that we know is that the company is what IBM's always been about from punch cards through the sales man, like, you know, the iconic IBM salesman. The I've been three sixty only one person at Bloomberg has experienced all of these transitions of IBM we bring in David selectric typewriter Wilson. Did you use a selectric typewriter when you were journalism absolutely early on? Remember, I couldn't even type is, you know, David. That's people laugh at me on the news for. You wanted to type an IBM typewriter just to be cool. Didn't matter if use it you just had it. Well, and the idea that all the characters in this one little ball around. This is like going to the moon. Yes. To another language as he actually changed the ball had in the typewriter return. It's right. The future of typewriting cloudy. It could security David update. It's all about cloud computing, these days time now internet based data storage and red hat's big in that business, providing the software to run cloud networks, and while the shares are up forty nine percent in early trading that actually backed off a little bit from their early gains nonetheless much higher after thirty three billion dollar takeover offer from IBM was accepted. The all cash. Purchase is IBM's. Biggest by far in the company expects the deal to accelerate revenue growth within twelve months after its completion noticed twelve months not necessarily right away. And IBM shares down four and a half percent in early trading in the wake of this deal. You've got all those stocks higher. We reported the China's considering a tax cut on most cars to start flagging sales. The country's top economic planning body submit a proposal to reduce the Levy by fifty percent in the wake of that. He got General Motors. Shares up four and a half percent. And you have Ford up four percent now Ford was raised to buy from neutral. Goldman Sachs the firm citing the stocks potential to deliver a return of about forty percent in the next twelve months and Taza which is trying to make inroads in China is higher as well. It's up. Three percent electric car makers third largest shareholder told the times of London that's willing to invest more money in the company now that comment was made by partner at the Scottish investment firm Baillie Gifford, which has a seven point seven percent stake in tesla. Apple's up one and a half percent. The iphone maker received a buy rating, a new coverage of Jeffries, the firm side, what called a significant opportunity for apple services business. Kroger though, down two percent the supermarket owners revenue trail the average analysts estimate in a Bloomberg survey for the first time in two years Kroger cut its sales forecast for stores open at least a year to reflect a remodeling program. That's going on first data second most active stock behind red hat down about six and a half percent. The payment processor posted third quarter earnings and revenue projections and lowered its full year profit forecasts Manar up two percent. The homebuilder was raised to buy from neutral jaffrey's the firm side possible spin off our sale of Lanark investment unit. Realto capital among other things, and we should note what's going on with the American depositary receipts Brazilian companies. You had the presidential election over the weekend conservative J or Boston narrow one. He's talking. About reducing the country's deficit cutting debt. Shrinking the size of government all things that are going over. Well. You got the state controlled oil company petro. Bob, six percents in US trading. The financial company ITO only bunko up five and a half percent. And the I shares MSCI Brazil exchange traded fund, ticker, e w z a four and a half percent in early trading. Thank you very much. Dave Wilson Bloomberg. Stocks comments. Remember to send Dave an Email at dwilson at Bloomberg dot net and sign up for his Email newsletter. You'll also get his chart of the day. Well, one thing that happens when a company approaches red hat to take it over is you've got to get approval of the boards. Now the boards. Various companies have been hit by a lot of issues whether that's corporate governance or indeed even investors calling for more information about climate change. And how companies are reacting to it here to tell us more about the securities and Exchange Commission and these kinds of demands from boards of companies is Andrea Vittorio Bloomberg law corporate governance reporter joining us. From our nation's capital. Andrea tell our listeners about the securities and Exchange Commission and the kind of information they're looking for from the boards of companies that are dealing with activist investors. The SEC sort of like a referee when he's activist investors come to companies with a proposal that they wanna up for a vote and companies can can turn to the FCC and say, we don't want to have a vote on this, and it's up to the SEC to decide, and they they said this year that having some more input from bores. It'd be really helpful to to make their decision. And they've gotten some responses in the past year there there's been some experimenting with this. And they gave some feedback recently on on. What was most helpful will this change what actually shows up at the annual meeting on the agenda for companies it could? And there was an example this past year of Dunkin the company from Leonis Dunkin donuts, they were able to dodge some investor advocacy on the environmental impact of selling single, use coffee cups, and they did it by demonstrating that those kickoffs account for a very small portion of its revenue so. If more companies could provide that sort of data showing that the issue raised by a proposal, isn't that relevant to its core business than they could end up avoiding more votes on these kinds of issues, but the securities and Exchange Commission doesn't necessarily have to weigh in on this. Or does it? They don't have to companies, you know, they could just let a proposal come onto their ballot. And and go to shareholder vote at their annual meeting. They sometimes challenge them, but not always. And usually about I think about half of all the proposals that get filed end up going to a vote. Institutions today. Do they still rely on the big firms you, own forwarded security, Georgia's? Folded securities in your portfolio. How do you keep track of all the governance? Well, the I think they are relying increasingly on having their own big firms like BlackRock, stay straight vanguard have their own in house teams of, you know, monitoring corporate governance, but what's a little guide. You. Will they they probably rely on proxy advisers who who through all these issues that are up for vote each year and give advice on how to vote. I mean, everybody Pimm criticizes all this stuff. But then there's the actual reality of owning x number of securities and trying to keep up with envelope number three hundred and twenty eight that came in. Yes. And even many people don't even open those proxy statements, which they should. But that's another story. I don't think mutual funds have that luxury of no not opening. We got to pay all of a sudden up. I mean is this a political deal where you care about the election? Andrew. In terms of investors carrying about. The politicians are going to get involved with this is just too narrow for that. Well, politics are showing up in investor advocacy in terms of shareholders asking companies where they're spending their money on politics are they lobbying or they contributing to trace associations that end up lobbying. Are they how are they influencing politics? And so we chose up that way. It also shows up just in terms of the the issues that get raised by proposal there tina's, increasingly sort of political as as political. All right. Well, thanks very much Victorio. That's an interesting topic. When you talk about what the SEC wants to hear from boards directly about these issues environmental, social and governance issues. We don't know those envelopes, that's the reality. People need to open those envelopes. They don't that's a fact, and so I spent like a fifty year effect. Yeah. That's like reading the footnotes in the proxy statement detail, you're the MD, and I had that argument the other management discussion and analysis right in an equity specialists asked me what that was. And I had a fulltime key tantrum. Really? Yeah. They should know DNA MDA folks is the essay written by the CEO in the annual report and you after the four hundred since you've read it's an acquired taste, no two sentences. If there's any value to it or was it written by committee of PR people. So they can be really informative that can be really really fun is well futures up twenty seven points. Dow futures up one forty nine this is Bloomberg. Let's go to Mr Michael Barr and find out what's going on in the world. Mr var. Thank you. Pam. Thanks vigils held across the country pay tribute.
"leoni" Discussed on Little Gold Men
"English comedy, where he, he both can sorta let go improvise like the wittiest funniest people, but there's also this analytical aspect to it that English people have were they, they understand why something is funny. You know was like, well, what if you say like this and this and this, and then you wait for the third part, and then you say the third part after a pause, then it's funny like right, Steve has that incredible ability almost like a writer -ly ability to to analyze comedy like that. So when we're working together on doing, you know, laurel and hardy in these famous bits and scenes from their movies and songs and dance numbers. So it was really great because a lot of it, we had a kind of reinvent because a lot of their theatrical show that they did sort of lost in the sands of time. But yeah, having someone like Steve was incredible, Steve. Another one, like I'm really lucky partners very well. Well, it's saying again, one of the funniest people have ever met, but it's true. Well, it's funny when you say that that kind of analytical approach to comedy, it makes me think of the famous scene from the trip when he is arguing over how to impersonate Michael Caine. Yeah, exactly. It's like, no, that's like that's Steve all day long every day. Like. I mean, that's a brilliant thing about those trip movies, which I love him and rob Brydon. It's like they're real friendship and a lot of the stuff that they goof on. Just exactly the stuff that they actually talk about and realize he doesn't come off the easiest guy in the world Steve to be around in those in those movies. I mean, yeah, I think that's, but I think that's part of the humor, you know, like right being a dick or being assholes, like funny, you know, and Steve mines in an actual real life. He's very humble and like loving person. You still can be a real smart ass of course, like his characters, but he's not nearly as much of a dick as he plays on TV. Do you have a favorite western? Well, I grew up in the, you know, I was born in sixty five. So like all those Sergio, Leoni movies and Clint Eastwood movies. The kind of like more classic westerns of the of the nineteen forties and fifties. That stuff seemed a little bit corny to me growing up like I was more. More interested in the weird ones like the good, the bad and the ugly and outlaw Josey Wales and those kind of things. I don't particularly have a favorite one. I do like, even though this is not in the time that I just described, but high noon is really a beautiful movie because Gary Cooper has such empathy and there's such a such a real human quality to him that to see someone trapped in this violent. Like, you know that situation he finds himself in just seems so desperate. Well, it's funny, high noon in relation to this film because you're Carrozza that are almost exactly out of high noon. Yeah, there's one part where have this shoot up by myself while Joaquin's characters. Wounded. Yeah, I have to handle this situation by myself and the geography of that town on the way the shot's set up. I think I think Jack purposely was looking at certain shots from high noon for that, but also, and that totally sounds right. And they are reminiscent put also. Just that ally, your character is kinda trying to get out the same. The reluctant sort of gunslinger you know, is maybe a bit of theme. Well, if you look at the chew these guys, you know the story of the sisters, brothers when they were little kids, they had this abusive alcoholic father who was beating them and their and their mother, and they eventually had to get rid of this guy. And when they did that trauma as children as what propelled them into their life of murdering people that turns out they were good at their repressed as a service. So there's a sympathy that you have for them because it's almost like these child soldiers like hear about these situations in Africa, some places in the war-torn parts of the world where children are pressed into battle. And I mean, how do you fall to child for doing that? You know, you're pressed into this life before you even develop any empathy or any spirituality, or you become like a fully realized human being..
"leoni" Discussed on AP News
"Las Vegas She's kicked off. A residency in December so she's offering fans two kinds of. Shows lady Gaga will highlight her biggest and upbeat hits while lady Gaga jazz piano will feature more stripped down songs, there are a mirror of her career. So far which is featured some of Pop's biggest songs along with other projects including, a jazz record with Tony Bennett. The, first, of twenty seven performances, at the park theatre is set for December twenty eighth and tickets go, on sale August thirteenth speaking of, other projects she stars in the remake of a star is born alongside Bradley Cooper which opens in theaters, Tober v The new season. Of the hit. Show Madam secretary won't Lek secretaries of, state when it premieres. This fall CBS has. Former secretaries Hillary Clinton Madeleine Albright and Colin Powell. Will appear on the. Dramas fifth season premiere October seventh starchy. Leoni in her role as secretary of state Elizabeth McCord six their advice Clinton tweeted it was wonderful to spend some, time on the set for Albright this. Is a return to the show she previously appeared during a second season Clinton was, secretary of state under President Barack. Obama, Powell, was President George W, Bush's top diplomat and Albright was the first woman to become secretary of, state during President Bill Clinton's administration Hi I'm Megan crane AP digital manager and host. Of the podcast ground game a look at the top political issues bubbling up. Around the country ahead of this year's. Midterm elections it's available on, apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to subscribe rate and review it that's the..
"leoni" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"Just we had a guy on site, Josh. John's at Saint Louis. He was shooting with Schmidt Peterson motor sport. We've got that gallery up on the website right now. My friend, Chris Leoni, who writes for the site and handles all of my media. He did amazing article on his experience at Torino. We've got a bunch of stuff IndyCar offroad. We're gonna be doing a ton of Crandon and content this week, so keep sure make sure and keep it locked and loaded right there on. On the website for you know, all the latest happenings in your favorite motor sports. Also, this show I want to ask you guys. Obviously I've got my other show project action are asked you to go subscribe. If you're listening. I don't know how you're listening to this worse. So many places right now. It's kinda crazy actually, we just updated our cover art yesterday. So hopefully you guys have seen that on I tunes. We also posted Instagram and stuff like that. Finally got some new cover art, feel like it. Gives the gives a good feel to the show going forward. But yeah, with that new cover art, go to IT and subscribe to the show. We've a rating or review believer rating review, Twitter, Instagram at username. In the review on I tunes, I will see it and I will follow you back. So yeah, when you hit subscribe and they've got the five stars, you can rate us one through five. I don't care, but down in the bottom, you leave your Twitter, Instagram out username. I will follow you back. That's how I know that you reviewed rated in, you know, if you left your name, that's how you get follow me on social media. So I don't know. Like like, I don't know. We've actually made some big inroads with our ratings lately. I think we were up to like a hundred and fifty something and we were at like one twenty. So literally in the past couple of weeks, things have kind of finally, like I'm saying stuff and people are actually listening lands crazy. But thank you guys for all the support of the show. We are going to take a short break. And then when we come back, we're going to kick off hour number two gonna be. Talking to promote across street by Tommy's gone, Keegan Kincaid and a whole lot.
Minnesota Twins trade Brian Dozier to Los Angeles Dodgers
"Yet there's the, update for MAC Sports flash the non waiver trade deadline has passed a lot of deals late dodgers acquired. Former all-star Brian dosier from the twins for Logan fourth them, to minor leaguers while the brewers picked up Jonathan scope from the Orioles also sent Kevin Gosper into, the Braves Baltimore also. Gets Jonathan VR in the package back from Milwaukee the race held out until the. End to deal, Chris Archer to the pirates for Tyler glass now and Austin. Meadows taught Tampa also sent Wilson Ramos. To the Phillies and acquired Tommy fan from the. Cardinals the Marlins said Brad Ziegler to Arizona and also Cameron mayb into the Mariners Leonis Martine goes from Detroit to Cleveland the Astros made a controversial trade for. Suspended reliever Roberto was soon at one reason why they may have been desperate is they're, losing streak has now reached. Five at a row with last night's loss to Seattle they're leading the AL west down to three Mandra AJ Hinch said they've seen. Better days frustrations mounting a little bit nobody's gonna show. Up feeling great tomorrow because of the way Things have gone but All star Charlie Morton goes for his twelfth win. Tonight against Mike leak the Vikings and receiver Stefan did come Durham's on. A five year extension I'm rich.
Roseanne Barr, Secretary and Sean Hannity discussed on 24 Hour News
"That Fox News host, Sean Hannity announced that he would interview Roseanne Barr on Thursday. Roseanne will be making an appearance in Manhattan that same night at stand up New York to perform a live podcast with rabbi shmole ditch the celebrity rabbi already interviewed bar since she was fired from her ABC show. After posting that too controversial, tweet urged people to forgive her security will be beefed up for the occasion with the venue, bring in two bodyguards and bar is a poor to also be bringing her own security. Well this is just I I don't like this because I've long been, waiting to hear from Roseanne but I think that the and I would think that she would be savvy enough that she needs to go outside of her camp or outside of folks that would be either as naturally sympathetic, to her or, be Subscribing to her same ideas and they kind of the same ideology I you just can't listen I'm a conservative guy you cannot go right Hannity for this we will get nothing out of this hard It's. Such a softball Ryan you were a victim Why did I choose what's an. Eastern alerts climate Roseanne You heard. It. Here first David Steve sorry I lost my temper relax CBS drama, Madam secretary secretary announced that former secretary of state Hillary Clinton Colin Powell and Madeleine Albright, will appear. In the season five premiere of Madam secretary series star tea Leoni tweeted she was incredibly honored to have the former real life secretaries on the set while the episode won't air until, October fans have. Some information about the guest stars roles in the episode secretary of state Elizabeth McCord played by Leoni turns to the former secretaries of. State to ask their advice, on, how. To, respond to a delicate. Situation Tuesday's Drake has postponed his Saint Paul show for eleven days to give fans. The show that they quote expect and deserve in a statement on his social media accounts the. Singer confirmed that, his August first show at the XL energy, center is, going to, be pushed back to August twelfth it is now the second stop Drake's Aubrey and the, three migos. Joint tour with rap three amigos which has been thrown into disarray following the arrest of migos member offset on gun and drug charges so Drake said on Twitter in order to deliver, a high standard. Experience that Drake fans expect and deserve the tours made the necessary decision to slightly adjust the beginning of the the three amigos schedule If you weren't going to the show anyway KiKi Do you are you, right TBB Doodoo, sorry I'm adding nothing to this story on TV. Tonight we have the third season finale of colony on USA and on hip hop squares on VH. One we have that as..
‘Madam Secretary’ Casts Hillary Clinton To Play Herself In Season 5 Premiere
"Twenty-eight Katie k, radio, Larry, Richard and John someway coming up from. Hollywood Hillary Clinton is gonna guest star on. CBS this Madam secretary They. Did a publicity, shot yesterday with her, and, some, other former officials that are going to. Be on the show that's a great show. By the way Leoni Very convincing secretaries time for our, name the news. Banker, well look what we have here a pair of tickets to see the Pittsburgh ceelo's production of thoroughly modern, Millie and that's going to be playing Debenham starting on August the seventh and running through the. Twelfth so the pirates wrap up their road series as we. Began the second half of the season could be a. Sweep and then who do they host starting tomorrow night at PNC park for one, two nine, two ten twenty Prom night champion lo HANA law firm studios. Has the voice of Pittsburgh news from Katie j. a radio now it's sixty. Eight degrees at five thirty good morning I'm Joe, police looking for a gunman after..
"leoni" Discussed on The Projection Booth Podcast
"Deceptively simple and it's like finely crafted watch all the components work your jim doesn't be you over the head within about the generation gap or the falling apart of the current government or civil war but the things are there it subtle and that's really hard to pull off the also the big difference between the two i'm glad you brought that up because casale approaches it almost antitheft to the way leoni approaches it leonis approach his whole coaches he's big on mythology ising the western genre he sees it as almost like an opera it's almost you know he he saw the american western as the closest thing america had to like three legend kind of thing right so you really wanna play up that aspect whereas whereas core salwa is is the mythology is the whole similar i thing by kind of making fun of it and really d could totally constructing it and bring out the cynicism and all that stuff it's it's it's completely the opposite of what leonis doing with with his take and is interesting that both of these filmmakers are taking something that is a socio so much with america and reinterpreting it in their own ways and then kind of that necessarily directly but kind of feeding back to america both of these movies came out in the states but they came out in different venues which is very interesting that someone who saw a fistful of dollars probably wasn't going to see you jimbo and vice versa you know vis willett dollars was seen as very low art in your jimbo because it came from japan and came from saleh was seen as very high art and so you didn't have much crossover it wasn't like we had the multi plexus that we do today where he could go from one theater to another and see this kind of thing even though even when it comes to multi plexus you don't necessarily get art films mixed in too often with your popcorn movies and fistful even though plays in the exact same gene pool with so much of this is the popcorn movie in your jimbo is seen as the higher art movie you know it's there's a reason why you jimbo in send your or on the criterion collection and the dollars trilogy is not necessarily i consider them to be equal as far as films and filming experiences but when they came out it was very different so it's it's interesting that you know you wouldn't necessarily have known too often i mean i think it was very quickly known in certain circles yes this is a remake of another phil home but joe average or james average might not know that these are the same things because we didn't have a lot of crossover that and and they're not tweeting about it either and they're not making movies about like hey let's compare the movies back and forth but you know ripping off such and such movie from this other country not disagree with you don't but i think a lot of people were introduced to your gene by way of fistful of dollars so someone's fistful dollars later told you know this remake of the summer i fell like all check that out because fissile dollars remake are no is is i con in of itself not least of all because it introduced a clint eastwood as a lean leading man of cinema as opposed to a tv actor who is perfect in this jordan you mentioned once a time in the west which i or that film i think is a great film this plenty of great things about it but i just feel like the pacing is very buzz gonna say it is it is it's a very slow pace phil but the two leads were leonis first choices for the man with no name he wanted henry fonda do it he was too expensive so we offered it to bronson and bronze and turned it down because he thought the script sucked and years later was time west is supposed to be the fourth man with no name film eastwood didn't wanna do it but that point leoni had enough of a name where you get like you know bronson and henry fonda aboard plus hundred fatah was was really excited about playing a villain for change something you'd never done there are some things i definitely really liked about a fistful dollars i loved the scene where east was getting out of his i guess torture dungeon and he rolls that.
Trump, Rudy Giuliani and Daniels discussed on
"The bill is in response to the state's growing opioid crisis which has resulted in the deaths of more than ten thousand residents over the past decade president trump's lawyer rudy giuliani is attempting to clarify statements made this week with regard to one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment to stormy daniels leoni released a statement in which he wants against stressed that the one hundred thirty thousand dollar payment made by trump's personal attorney michael cohen today was not a campaign violation and that it was made to silence a false allegation he also said his references to timing were quote not describing my understanding of the president's knowledge but instead my understanding of these matters trump had previously said he was unaware of any payments to daniels the top democrat on the house oversight committee says he believes there's evidence president trump broke federal ethics laws in his reporting of that payment to stormy daniels congressman elijah cummings of maryland says president trump should have reported the payment as a debt on his public financial disclosure form and says concealing the debt is a crime wls news time four oh three time for traffic the edens right now at sixteen minutes out to lake cook inbound from lake cook to the junction thirty five kennedy out the junction thirty five to o'hare fifty five inbound o'hare to downtown and our five junction in thirty eisenhower out to wolf one hour out to thorndale our seventeen inbound from thorndale to downtown an our seven wolf in at forty the stevenson out to the tristate one hour out to the veterans toll an hour twelve inbound from the veterans toll that's one hour and from the tristate in that's thirty six dan ryan out to ninety fifth the half hour inbound from nineteen fifty downtown or twenty minute trip next traffic update in fifteen minutes news on the hour the half and when it breaks continuous coverage at wlsamcom where.
"leoni" Discussed on 1070 The Fan
"Well obviously markle anson's not healthy wasn't healthy last year and i'm starting to get the thinking that he's not gonna be able to be at all i mean not a not a young guy others are serious so the giants instead of going to see him dyson for save the first day against the dodgers they went hunters strictly which could define i could see up getting had a big problem last year getting left handed hitters out so you could see a scenario where this does goes well for now he's the guy and if you pitchers who continued to be the guy other situations nothing's really changed i mean obviously the cardinals signing greg holland was a big deal and a big blow to those who invested in either luke gregson or dominic leoni i think he's a better pitcher than greg holland articles obviously don't agree they wanted experienced how will probably be in the minor leagues about two weeks and then they'll start getting the space so he's the guy you want to invest in because it's proven a good team so you're going to want to get him no one else surprises with the save so far the first angel save went to blake parker not camera drudge and that's the guy get worry a little bit about the closer situation in baltimore where brad brock got the first save chance and blew it they have other guys that are just like during the day michael gibbons but other than that i mean really it's only like two days of games that's the one situation where i say it's okay to panic because we think that blake parkers the closer now we think we know what's happening with a couple of other teams that's when you act but when it comes to hitters you have the games are bad games don't eric cariballo is with us for the hour this is our mlb previous special espn radio we are presented by autozone get in the zone autozone im erin gold hammer let's talk a little bit more about the giants what a job by their pitching staff eric in the first two games of the season how surprised are you with madison bumgarner going down.
"leoni" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"So the town of perth and boy new jersey like leoni in new jersey i didn't think that was part of his well here's here's how so the town of perth and boy leoni in new jersey have closed their local roads to traffic from out of town drivers so even though some of the roads in perth and boy are state highway state state and county roads they've closed the roads to staten island drivers because ways oftentimes tells them to take route thirty five at some of the side streets to the bridge so that the mayor closed off the town they have police officers out there on the busier weekends actually looking at your license plates and and you know like new york license thumbs up and thumbs down like caesar augustus telling you whether you can get off the exit and go through perth and boy so we wrote to the attorney general saying that and we had our attorney look at it and give some case law there's actually a lot of case law on this from the jim crow south and the and the civil rights era south of towns basically shutting their roads to adjacent towns you would think that as the state attorney general when the rights of new yorkers are being infringed in a neighboring states this is your job but the mayor of perth envoys name is d as not trump so we got a big fat goose egg from him sorry not sorry i don't even know how legally speaking they could stop you from pulling off the highway i mean i that's right so that's so they bring a lot of sense to me basically they basically are saying that it's a town event and we're shutting the street which they can do for their for their local roads in perth family right we have events all over the city we shut down the streets but this is shutting down the state highway just just for no particular reason for no a schedule on the saturday night traffic coming back to new york on sunday afternoon traffic coming back to new york you go apple picking with little joe joe little luca you try to you know you have your apples everyone's happy you son's hands are all sticky everybody.
"leoni" Discussed on REAL 92.3
"The bad days a day with us there is no me bill she said do you love me i tell only part leoni lama bad or my mom's even padded on the eighty wind o bring a crash assertive body a unknown me turn up onethird of all three now forty poly debbie know me in my never met the brodeski guys guys today i can do is almost home right so more election hit else got close i been these collier row michael as gold like i though hoddle south edgy white i may short in our society his two bad dang's is a lot of bad days a day will soon lose annually united with really noodles we hit my big boys neighborhood good morning he dies man records raid all right now already but it's one luigi neighbhood roundtable your larry i sell he guys i it'd be alleging charles barkley and i have something in common guys the and him both have played basketball wow completely drunk go ahead all righty laws what are you waiting hail were you aware of the next morning it'll remember we played basketball the day before it's crazy so un charles barkley went on jimmy kimmel newest uh tell me the story about how he got a call from his agent when morning and while he was playing like uh with billy he said hey i think we gotta deal you're going to the lakers he said he was so excited that morning that him the boys went out to celebrate they started like day drinking during the day shots and guinea trash big eventually a couple of hours later his aging calls them back in two thousand hey the sixers pulled out of the deal and got gutting me and we got to gain.
"leoni" Discussed on WCTC
"Very guilty of doing this of of pulling cars off of main roads insane a here's a back way nobody knows about take this way this is where the running into problem congestion makes it difficult for residents to get home and emergency responders to get through well if they think that this is something that's going to help lady let's try it out may be it'll help i dunno jerry's kind of outed and leilia if this is working or not we hawkins going to give it a try i hope and i'm sure that you hope as well that the towns at the jersey shore all of a sudden don't say you're while you know what traffic here is awful to in the summertime we want to ban anybody who's not day lives around in this area we don't want them parking on our street how many times do you see cars at the jersey shore parked on a side street right and leave their car they're all day some people leave their car they're all night some people don't pick up their car until the next day and at creates a lot of congestion to on the side streets of the lot of the jersey shore towns if this works for these two cities in jersey and any one of the real popular towns at the jersey shore sees this and says hey let's try that here we're going to have a real issue on our hands i think so if if this does what we hawkin wants it to do and it makes the quality of life better for the people there then so be it too early to call for leoni ah and our who knows what the next town is going to be so just that driver beware if you will if you're headed up that way at the go to the city next week so i'll have to keep an eye out for that that is your jersey first segment for today will see what's going to be next jersey central traffic and weather time it's six sixteen traffic and weather every 10.
"leoni" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"City leoni has been getting jammed up by drivers whose traffic apps are directing them onto local streets it's been a pain for the local folks that gridlock as late this turn get over to the high school it's crazy not anymore the city has passed a law banning drivers who don't live in leona or don't need to be there from local streets if their business and leo near they can continue on their way but if they don't we're turning them around and putting them back on the main streets mayor judas ziegler says they'll start giving out ticket soon some drivers not happy this is going to back up the traffic and make it a little harder to get to work but is it legal the experts are unsure mayor ziegler says yeah it's okay to discriminate against certain drivers others say he'd better expect a court challenge and may be some road rage with locks on justice hank wind loom fox news from fox news talk here's another sound memory radio commercials have been and are popular culture since 1928 too but the decades of the fifties and sixties provided iconic performers hawking all kinds of products like four lance for gordon an honor nar an old than on mccoy all applying the cia for greece shades lead is out wow so jason horse on on fox news.
"leoni" Discussed on WCTC
"One hundred dollars gift certificate to arthurs in north brunswick so we'll we'll get to our final contest the we coming up in just a bit we knew it was going to happen right finally have our first the lawsuit that has to do with the band of non local out of town drivers in leonian new jersey it was just a matter of time before somebody said you know what i'm going to sue for this because i don't like it and it's a resident from a nearby town a resident of edgewater filed the complaint against leoni ah over the town's new rule about who can drive on its roads now it's a measure that local authorities in the town say is meant to curb traffic congestion that is caused by commuters who are always looking for a shortcut to get to the george washington bridge and no matter which rivercrossing it is whether it's the the george rudd bridge whether it's any of the tunnels that go to new york city i even in south jersey where you have a lot of local roads at all kind of bottleneck onto one of the bridges that cross from south jersey in philadelphia or north jersey into new york city everybody thinks they got away that's all well go this way there's no traffic when you go this way and what these apps that are out there ways none in these other road apps that are out there and traffic apps that are telling you to take these side roads well now the towns are kind of getting smart to distant sangok anybody that doesn't live here we're going to fine nam for coming through and leoni a i the until now i thought would have been the first of several new jersey communities that would have gone for this but now that we've got our first formal complaint issued against leoni ah maybe these other towns are going to to step back a bit and say let's see how this plays out first before we get involved it's they're telling people that we don't want them driving through our town uh the woman who has said the issue this it's a lawyer she's an attorney from ridgewood her name is jacquilene at rousseh jacqueline rosa she travels through leoni every day to get to her job and.
"leoni" Discussed on No Agenda
"Uh i mean not i wasn't in leoni the massachusetts wherever it is uh new york i'm not sure anyway i was talking about how i get routed through neighborhoods i think it put this in a column i get routed two neighborhoods on some under one particular route to a place in oakland will take instead of going an extra two blocks up and taken a right on some main drag they rob me through some little neighborhood passed a bunch of homes kids playing baseball in the field in the street now you're on the inbounded enzymatic utomo gugel maps and our little maps now they all do this and then i go back to history is saves no time it may be saves a tenth of a mile and then i'm back on the same may share would have been on if i'd gone straight and so this is currently as a bigger deal than i thought it was of you listen to this is the leo nia a n t tech news group this will change life in leoni it should this new sign and we only to new jersey out it is a low tech solution to a problem others approximate sixty streets that are going to be close to a weighty control the out of control traffic for residents like melissa so smit does it take you to get at ease right away ten minutes fifteen minutes it depends on who is going to be nice and how much i'm going to push up against their car till day let me out three all nia is a onesquaremile town in the shadow of new york city's george washington bridge for years whenever traffic would back up at the bridge sabah commuters would get off the highway and take a short cut through leone yet if you knew the secret there were ways to beat the jam today right to exit seventy.
"leoni" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria
"Um but reform is generally a process that that uh doesn't just reduce rates but also broadens the base uh and there's not much of that in the final bill uh in the original house bill for instance they actually were uh aggressive in that they took on a lot of uh special provisions and special interests uh things like the student loan interest deduction um the that will conduct drug credit iin chipped away at o at a wide variety of uh tax expenditures and at each step in the process most of those uh base broadening changes uh dropped out and so the final bill uh really is just uh uh by and large attacks cutting guide especially weighted towards uh corporate businesses and passer businesses i'm there are some there are some elements that um i do do represent more fundamental changes uh but that's the the broad take away so let's let's proceed on the following lines for the rest of this conversation by invoking the the italian director sergio leoni and talk about what is good what is bad in what's ugly we're just plain weird in this tax bill so i ethic in any piece of legislation again setting side the politics of it any piece of legislation we're gonna find stuff we like itself we don't like it so if that makes sense stuff that makes sense so if you could um address first of all what our if any some good aspects of this of this new law i shor so i i think that there are um at the finer level of detail some improvements um so i think there is widespread agreement that we need to change a corporate tax system uh and uh i just about everybody uh all political parties had promising page in the sense that they thought that uh a a broadening of the base in a lowering of the corporate rate i was appropriate.
"leoni" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think that i connected michael two leoni's killers because i feel phil that often racist violence in the south his intimate you need some it in some ways it reminds me of what i know about domestic violence like these crimes seem to be very intimate crimes they happened between people who know each other you know who live around each other who share community sometimes and so i think i i wanted leoni situation uh to reflect that but i think you're totally right about the wound that she's carrying with her though wound of her of her grief and the loss of her brother and i think that does sobbed motivate a lot of her her struggles with addiction you know you have actual um ghosts in your novel you have to go so one his richie who was a thirteen year old boy who judges grandfather pop in that at parchment farm the mississippi state penitentiary when pop was pretty much kidnapped and forced to work there and then there's also layouni i'm whenever she gets high she sees her brother's ghost given why did you decide have actual ghosts haunting the work i knew that leoni would see a phantom of her brother from the very beginning of the roughdraft right but i wasn't convinced that he was an actual ghost i thought well maybe he's just a figment of her immagination maybe he's just the embodiment of her of her grief in her guilt that comes alive whenever she uses drugs when viewed high and i thought this until i you know i was doing research about part in prison in order write about it and i was reading a book called worse than slavery by david ozinsky and in that book i read that the re boys as young as twelve and thirteen young black boys who were charged with small crimes in an sent two parts from prison and down you know those children were enslaved and salford in were tortured and saw and.