19 Burst results for "Lonny"

State lawmaker who filmed himself storming the Capitol in Washington DC resigns

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00:46 sec | 9 months ago

State lawmaker who filmed himself storming the Capitol in Washington DC resigns

"Manhunt is underway for every rioter breaching the Capitol building on Wednesday, the FBI going through photos and videos, many posted by rioters themselves. As a B C's Kenneth Molten reports, authorities are making more arrests, including a state lawmaker and a pipe bomb suspect. A criminal complaint alleges newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans was live streaming as he entered the capital Evans resigning, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Some writers facing serious charges for the violent and deadly attack. Alabama resident Lonny Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. According to a complaint. Kaufman later denied knowing anything about the bombs. Vice

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State lawmaker who filmed himself storming Capitol resigns

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00:44 sec | 9 months ago

State lawmaker who filmed himself storming Capitol resigns

"Manhunt underway for every suspect attacking the Capitol building on Wednesday. The FBI going through photos and videos Many posted by writers themselves as ABC is Kenneth Martin reports. Authorities are making more arrests, including a state lawmaker and a pipe bomb suspect criminal complaint alleges newly elected West Virginia state delegate Derrick Evans Was live streaming as he entered the capital Evans resigning, saying he takes full responsibility for his actions. Some writers facing serious charges for the violent and deadly attack Alabama resident Lonny Kaufman arrested Friday, D C. Police say he was armed with a military style semiautomatic rifle and 11 Molotov cocktails. According to a complaint. Kaufman later denied knowing anything about the bombs. Vice

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"lonny" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"lonny" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"My Name Is David Delaney repeal today at Zaylon inversely I walk with a spoken language system who will do research on natural language understanding like some speech recognition on mostly natural language processing very cool. Definitely some exciting areas. Do you have a particular focus within that field or a special problem? You're tackling. I'm walking mostly on privacy. Preserving looks stems, but I'm working on the test. Side this guy when you're ready, do speech recognition on you? Try to remove over private information. Ice remained in his. His speech transcript, so we have focusing on out the way neutralize. Every private sensitive was in speed transcripts I see a lot of challenges in that. If you don't mind before we get to the main paper loved unpack it a little bit more. It would be natural that you could recognize someone saying okay. My pin number is one two three four, and you know to blank that out, but I imagine there's some trickier problems to. Could you give an example of a really tough situation that's. For Algorithms phase ample warn really difficult task is style the rightist time on speaking style, so dare ways you could kind of hot noise to dispatch cigna in such a way that you're not able to independent voice, or was it get to speak transcript? Everything isn't next I. You can analyze the style of the writing or the person against. The Pistons. Information and this doesn't relate to what you can automatically detect like credit card, number or four norma. Do some patent much into. So these are more difficult task. Will the main paper I asked you on to discuss is generating sentiment preserving fake online reviews using natural language models, and they're human and machine based detection so a Lotta great stuff that is right in line with what we talk about data skeptic. Maybe we can begin at a high level, fake reviews or nothing new. What's becoming more interesting? What's changing right now? It's very problem probably is one of the reasons why Amazon hard like. By and you're not from a big defense we have now is. We have very good motives that gone generate through ain't synthetic text, as it's very difficult to distinguish from humans and technology, ordinarily talk models gets bit day by day at by professor used to say like what is the new <unk> this month? So this guy like almost heaven wants you have. That's along with coming out. As assistant improves also the difficulty in disagree <unk>, real awesome, the difficulties I Siam. We'll given the state of the art when you as a human being read certain reviews, does it pass the imitation game? Can you tell those that are fake in those that are real? I think this is really difficult. Phase observe in our paper is always by run on chassis, so must just get lucky <unk> spearmint where we give us as far views allows them to identify one review from four options. I think he accuracy was Sarah five percent, which means that. That is just like a game of chance I guess what. What's the point of these fake reviewers? Why are the producers of such things producing them the reason start? She could use it to in France. It was decisions. Example from by officials of customers can visit to increased profit <unk> on visit to pack your competitors, so they'd have less customers, so I think also about from Dave reviews this time. It also used the same technology of politics by on twitter. Just four. Please benefit to where you just try to drive attention of people to. Tear your organization and maybe someone who's very cynical might say oh. Who Cares about the fake reviews? Let's just assume reviews fake, and I have to take everything with a really really big grain of salt. Why do we need a systematic algorithm approach to help I think long be differences that people are not only in phrase, the content of the review, but they also influenced by the volume on much shove reviews. It's not put get so this kind of for affect decisions of able for example to buy decisions report <unk>, one thousand reviews Amazon or you want to just let because you have ready to all you know when I, fake story, and this kind of affect was. On if you take some time to read that, and it's very difficult to originally views at it's difficult to really disagree what idea fake on. Charlie you will just go for this. There's a need for automatic way of removing his facing. They. Get an assistant I use a do not use just a volume of number for this decision.

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"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

"Amazing amazing. This is a bit of a philosophical question that I ask everybody. What do you think the greatest social challenge of our time is something that future generations would look back on and Wanda what on Earth. We were thinking. Wow? One. I hope most things I hope we. Hope in one hundred years time we look back on most of the things we were doing. What were they thinking, right? An individual I hope. I always look back five years ago and embarrassed by what I Dixon I grew. Also helps. Bring me some calm to know that no matter how much good we do, it's always hopefully going to moving point right. It's always going to be moving in front of us what our goal should be as as a people at a world as. As a body. That said I think that in the future we're looking at the greatest one I think it's going to be just obscene. How much wealth we had and how unevenly distributed. Whether that's money or food or water or air or atmosphere? I think we're GONNA be like how could they have been so rich right? Abject poverty is easy to understand when everyone is poor, but when the world has so much capacity, but we hold onto some old systems that worked for us. But don't bring us out of scarcity and towards abundance. I think that that that'll be the one and it really ties into everything education. Yep, if you could tell the world, something in every single person would hear it right now. What would it be? But how can I get right now? Guy Cheese. This is this will be the hippest thing I've said in months. But it's the your loved Yeah Beautiful Wow. I can't believe you got me to go that that cheese ball. But I really like I could only say one thing, but I only have one thing to say. Yeah I love it. Tell me about someone who you think is doing a lot of good in the world right now and. That might be particularly relevant through this penick that way going through somebody that showing leadership or just somebody that immediately springs to mind. This is a hard question for me, because I have the luxury of working in so many communities, and I don't think I could ever picked up on like even if you gave me. Maybe he gave me a letter could be like okay. We're starting with that letter. Is it okay if I just list a few? Yeah? YEP IS IN UTAH. India Sunday and and Cape these. Are doing phenomenal work in their local communities, and then if you're confer. But if we're talking someone, famous doctor hinder to sing the Water Mana India. Really fantastic projects were going going big like that Luca that I mentioned as although he does just incredible work two weeks ago, he just posted. He made a invented off the Internet of Hydroponic aquasonic system on the roof of his of his cybercafe. And like really is into trying to make sure his community is fed for looking for someone who just recently passed I would say. Paul pollock, who wrote out of poverty, was one of his books, and he just passed and his lessons hold is true today as they did when he recorded them ten and twenty years ago, any.

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"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

"Lenny. What is it about your work that your naturally drawn to? Do you think and what are the things that you find most challenging conversely? The most drawn twos people like I. I love working with people I. Love The challenge I. Love having this shared purpose. It's you know. Most of my closest friends we've built. Stuff together and then we look for more opportunities to do that again. People is probably also the biggest challenge. You know it's hard to navigate a all people people's needs and in places that they're at. We have the technology to fix most of the problems in the world, and it's hard not to get frustrated with how slow. Some of these improvements happen because of just distribution active access. Inequity justice issues and I'd say that my work never. Gets me close to burning out. I may be dead at the end of the day, but I still feel great, but sometimes especially right now you've probably asked me this question at my most vulnerable time because of the world situation and so. One of the communities I work in Las Malvinas in Dominican Republic. I've worked with them for eight years and they've never asked me for money ever. Did. Three weeks ago. You know how bad things must be for them to be like. We have to reach out. And ask for money I got really lucky on that project. One of the guys I work with really close friend of mine architect, will.

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"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

05:46 min | 1 year ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

"It's rarely that like. I, think that I'm that. I know the most it's. It's really that for that. It's rarely that for me. It's more than just like Oh my God. This is going to be as you're GONNA love it. So like if I just shut up there, so that would be one of the lessons that you will not be able to tell in this interview, but I've really learned to shut up better in. Some communities more than others. It's very easy for me in a community like. Like the Soto community in shops that I that I had the joy of working with where it's very obvious that I should just shut my mouth. In simple mingled Dominican Republic. It's harder because the culture is so similar to the cultures that the arm from that. I forget that I'm a guest. I WanNa talk a bit more about failure and that You talked about your I i. Can you tell us what that was in with giving too much away I can, but I ask audience to forget that we started this conversation with this is a failure and to just hear this story with your own eyes. Imagining didn't see the trailer. You're going to this movie as if it's brand. New I. K- I had the opportunity about twenty years ago to work in Japan, it was my first time working in trump, but not physically in office I was working in the US for an organization. The office at the time does artistic movement was at its height and was an amazing movement in If your audience has not read up on, Zap Athena's movement, it is. It's incredible. I strongly suggested it and it's it's as relevant today. As it was twenty years ago, and I was still working for a nonprofit, they wanted me to design a solar powered kind of computer system, so that their mobile medical workers to go out into the communities take readings meet with meet with clients. I don't think you call them. Clients patients there we go meet with patients. And, then bring that back to doctors in the city, get diagnoses, medicines, and then go back into the communities. The communities are far. Few hour drive and then a few our walk. Sometimes I was stoked so I put everything all of my time and energy into this into this project and I made it so that it was under thirty five pounds, which is what a Osha said was a good amount for for for moving stuff. That's in the US to kind of. Does worker law for for health, and it could run the laptop for a day without extra batteries without any more than I. put in Iran off the solar power of. Of Car Charter ran off of one twenty outlet and ran off to forty outlet as well also. If your car ran out of power, it could trickle charge that car so that he could start it back up and it ran your telecommunication equipment and I did it in a way where none of the could break, and it just had three switches that you used in kind of a binary orientation, so like to switches up with different than one switch up which is different than switches so three switches in. And took care of all the different things and then I put the instructions in English and in Spanish on there and my client loved it this nonprofit. There was funding it. They thought it was amazing cost a few thousand dollars, but was going to save a lot of lives, and I was stoked, and it was absolutely a failure, not used hated and I know exactly why, and if you're listening can think about why like what could have been the reasons for its failure. I know it failed because it wasn't used the reason it wasn't used was in part because of its complexity. was. Design Process I can make a lot of excuses with you right now..

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"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

04:02 min | 1 year ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

"If I work with anyone in your I seem like a jerk. The first couple of times we worked together because I'm putting up such a clear boundary of how much time I can put in because I know that I can get caught up. There's one group I work with I only read their emails on Sunday doesn't matter if the says urgent. When I was doing my research on, you came across. Say a review site. for professes and. It wasn't it wasn't bad, but as a former student of yours had said, he's great, very engaging noise what he's talking about, but be aware that if you want to talk to him, you have to email him. He more check in with you. He expects you to to do it then. I thought that was really interesting. Because there's a lot of respect them, obviously, but you're saying well. He's putting it back on us. As the students to really shy our engagement and our commitment to this. Yeah, you know I. Don't know if all my students would say that, and it's something definitely. Struggle with because my students. Are All across the board from where their backgrounds are. My general take when I'm dealing with adults. Is I'm going to say what I need and you say what you need and let's try to unless try to get there and my students are adults, but some of them are just starting. And so I try to figure out you know for those the first time living on their own I do try to check him more. My hope is whatever student wrote that maybe was thirty, and yeah, there's a good chance that I said listen. This is how you have a meeting with me, and also I don't, and this is another thing that pedagogical might not be the right choice, but I don't enjoy pulling it. People I tell people specifically that I'm not a motivational speaker of not a motivator. I can't teach people passion I can't teach people engagement what I can do is provide amazing opportunities to.

"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

"I'm really excited about compensation today. Let's jump right in I wanna ask you something that I ask all my guests. What does the idea of doing good mean to you personally for me? I think doing good at its core. Purpose. What it means to me I. enjoy it most as a as a selfish. That's my favorite way to see doing good, and it's not just feel better in the moment which I think, there's a lot of science to back up I'm not that type of scientists, but also just to remain optimistic about the future you know I see the world so much through the Lens of my interactions. And so when I'm doing good, it just makes me even more optimistic for the future I. WanNa pick that up a little bit more say e talk about feeling good doing good because it feels good. That's a thread that I'm actually really really interested. In because I think a lot of people kind of mistake. The idea of doing good is something completely altruistic and and something that they're doing for others and often. Kind of miss the part where it's actually mostly about us for me completely in fact, I always ask people why they wanNA. Do whatever project we're doing, and if they don't have a selfish reason I, encourage them to find one. I found for me on my projects. If somebody wants to help for purely altruistic reasons, and it's only a two day project, no problem. Let's do this, but if it's a two month project or two year project or an indefinite project, it can't be sustained. There has to be reasons that it's feeling. You and I don't care what those are. People were projects because they want the instagram right like cool. Get Your instagram credit I. But there's gotta be some selfish reasons to sustain it absolutely. How do you express doing good in Your Day Day? Life then for me, it's it's the whole way we act whether it's it is everything. It's the their kind of a lens that I'm looking at things through, and I think that most people are a lot of times when it doesn't look like it i. think it's just because maybe people define their community. Community in a way. That doesn't match your vision of community, but most people interact with their. They're really looking at life doing good if if it seems like they're only about making money when you get down to the Corbett a lot of times, it's because they're family who identifies their community and they need to make the money for their family also. I really like to go to sleep easy at night and so if I if I look at my interactions through that Lens. It makes it easier for me to make choices easier for me to go sleep. Talking about going to sleep. You are a very busy man to you..

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"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

The Good Problem

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Good Problem

"Podcast serious unpacking sticky of doing good Yulia. Me Leigh Matthews Interview Guests, the ethics of doing good the dangers of doing good and how to do good good. I've been working in the do good sector the last fifteen years in that time I. Sit up my NGO in Cambodia. Worth does a human rights monitor one a whole bunch of awards then out had two children. Learned a lot of lessened. Set up a consulting company. Founded the rethink orphanages network traveled the world, written a book and spoken to audiences around the world. You can find www dot do-gooder cost dot com..

"lonny" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Mind tension ever ever ever want to get your wreck. We I am. Sorry argue sorry from the windy minutes. I'm sorry. I didn't understand. I'm not sure if for any my tensions. I'm not sorry for anything that I have ever done. I've never been just respectful intentionally to a man or woman. I it. Oh, it sets not the reputation has since high school for God's sakes. So that's not the reputation. I've had since I was in high school anyways. Also at a speech on Friday. Believe key hugged the guy. Lonnie Stevenson who was introducing him. And then his opening line or one of his earliest speech. He said, I just want you to know I had permission to hug Lonny. Line drill. Plaza and laughter from the crowd moving on right later during another point during his speech when there were children onstage. He put his arm around a young boy and said, by the way, he gave me permission to touch him. Unbelie. So it's like he's doing it. Yeah. Make a point that people are like to touchy demanding, you know, what what you know, what I'm going to inhabit the throne and make a declarative statement as patriarch in this moment. I'm done with apologies. Okay. I'm done with politics. I wish the left the progressive the intersectional body on on behalf of the intersectional body. Let's stop asking for apologies. It's such a red herring. And like, it skews the conversation and all of a sudden on the conversation becomes about these like minor misteps and intent instead of establishing new norms rib, and like it's. Sucks to hear this because I feel like an given been under a rock is sexy hero this like play out because I feel like I hear him saying, you know, there are new norms. And I want us to jump on that and be like, yes, there are here's how it goes. And here's what we do. Now just being so focused on an apology. Exactly. And instead because everyone's giving pity face and being like bitter. You can say sorry, though. Then journalists toll that, of course, sets him up like as a PR person. I'm like, yes, you are setting up a messaging route that is going to be like so the now he's always going to check in to make sure it's okay. And does he need to make an apology? And is that what we're about? No. We're about action it's supposed to move this way. But are we typified and stereotyped as snowflakes that Carol feelings? And being patronizing, which I have like an acute ear for as a woman. Like that's the direction it's taking. It's sort of like, we're we're eating the bait that they're the crap beat that. They're handing us took good point. Really good point that like the the follow up. There would have been like. Okay. Describe what those new norms are what are you going to do? What can other men like you might not have been familiar with them? What can you do to like, what are some some, you know guidelines that you can follow let let's define this. But stead because arguments like woven doing this for years. Right. I think the argument I'm making is like what you're saying about how it's less about him in more about like what's our goal here intensive if we're making the same moment for people to be full on what are we focusing on? Yeah. What? And he did say that in his video thing about saying like an I realized that I'm that's not cool, and I'll be very careful to not be considerate of people's personal space going forward or whatever. So. I mean here ticketed at it. But I think it's when he gets defensive about it. Then you've almost for like, did you are you really like embracing like what you're saying? In that sense. I mean, I imagine he has to be careful to send like I don't wanna turn into an apologist. But like I wonder how much he has to be cautious as a public figure. It's a person on committees. Who also beware of what he opens himself up to in terms of a legal battle. And like, you know, we can't assume that they're all good people. You know, like people will like that's tricky. That's careful space that has to be. I don't know. Does that make sense? What do you mean? What did you mean by in terms of legality? There's a language.

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"lonny" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

04:04 min | 2 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"I'm not sorry for anything that I ever done. I've never been just respectful intentionally to a man or woman on. I it oh, it sets not the reputation had since I was in high school for God's sakes. So that's not the reputation. I've had since I was in high school anyways. Also at a speech on Friday. Believe key hugged the guy. Lonnie Stevenson who was introducing him. And then his opening line or one of his earliest speech. He said, I just want you to know I had permission to hug Lonny. Wind drill. Plaza and laughter from the crowd moving on right later during another point during his speech when there were children onstage. He put his arm around a young boy and said, by the way, he gave me permission to touch him ugly. So it's like he's doing it. Yeah. Make a point that people are like to touchy demanding, you know, what what you know, what I'm going to inhabit the throne and make declared of statement as patriarch in this moment. I'm done with apologies. Okay. I'm done with politics. I wish the left the progressive the intersectional body on on behalf of the intersectional body. Let's stop asking for apologies. It's such a red herring in like it skews the conversation. And all of a sudden on the conversation becomes about these minor misteps and intent instead of establishing new norms rib, and like it's. Sucks to hear this because I feel like giving been under a rock is a hero this play out because I feel like I hear him saying, you know, there are new norms. And I I want us to jump on that and be like, yes, there are here's how it goes. And here's what we do. Now just being so focused on an apology, exactly. And instead because everyone's giving pity face and being like bitter. You can say sorry, though, journalists that of course, sets him up like as a PR person. I'm like, yes, you are setting up a messaging route that is going to be like so the now he's always going to check in to make sure it's okay. And does he need to make an apology? And is that what we're about? No. We're about action it's supposed to move this way. But are we typified and stereotyped as snowflakes that Carol feelings and being patronizing, which I have like an acute ear for as a woman. Like that's the direction it's taking. It's sort of like we're eating the bait that they're the crap bait that there. Handing us. That's a good point. A really good point that like the the follow up. There would have been like. Okay. Describe what those new norms are. And how what are you gonna do? What can other men like you who might not have been familiar with them? What can you do to like, what are some board some, you know, guidelines that you can follow it let let's define this. But I said -cause arguments like what been doing this for years, right? I think the argument I'm making is like what you're saying about how it's less about him in more about like what's our goal here. In a if we're making the same moment for people to be foray on what are we focusing on? Yeah. What? And he did say that in his video thing about saying like, and I realized that I'm that's not cool, and I'll be very careful to not be considerate of people's personal space going forward or whatever. So I mean, you're ticketed that, but I think it's when he gets defensive about it, then you've almost for like, are you really like embracing like what you're saying. In that sense. I mean, I imagine he has to be careful to like I don't wanna turn into an apologist. But like I wonder how much he has to be cautious as a public figure person on committees. Who also beware of what he opens himself up to in terms of a legal battle. Right. And like, you know, we can't assume that they're all good people. You know, like people like that's tricky. That's careful space that has to be. I don't know does that make sense. What do you of what did you mean by in terms of legality? There's a language.

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"lonny" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on 710 WOR

"More creepy and crazy. But anyway, that's besides the point. So he gives that public speech gives first public speech earlier today since the grope gates scandal broke and creepy uncle Joe actually tried to make fun of what are now seven women who say that he subjected them to unwanted physical contact. And by the way, I believe in due process presumption of innocence, all I'm saying is what I see is creepy to me and most people, I know feel the same way. And he says, I just want you to know I had permission to hug Lonny. As the audience laughed Biden. Then added. Well, I don't know man comment that seemed to suggest his accusers had overreacted to let's see hair sniffing grabbing and groping and pulling in lip kissing neck, nuzzling rubbing noses with holding onto long that sort of thing. And then later during the speech by mitt second Joe about the issue when kids joined him on stage. And by the way, he gave me permission to touch him as he has hand draped around this boy shoulder both instances now, the crowd responded to Biden with laughing and cheers. I guess many others though, interpreted it as an attempt to minimize the accounts of seven women over accused him of touching and kissing.

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"lonny" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:11 min | 2 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Oh, real fun. Fact, my name is Lonnie, and my parents actually got the name from Lonny Chapman. So there's that. Wow. Mall world at better than better than Lonnie Anderson. Yeah. Yeah. But I heard nothing. No, no, no, no, nothing's better than Lonnie Anderson. It would be that was his name. True. That's true. But I wanted to bring up the the old horror hosts I grew up in the mid west. And I remember in the seventies. We had a gentleman named Dr sanguinary oh easily come out in a in a bloody Omaha. Nebraska. Yeah. Omaha nebraska. Dr sanguinary then after he retired in the eighties. We got leading called macabre macabre wonderful. They very lot lot. Lot of ladies in the eighties after Elvira. I feel like every ever there were a lot of it was another push for for lady horror hosts, including misty brew and a whole bunch of others. But they I spent many teenage nights up late watching macabre. And so I'm sure good bad horror movies. Wonderful. Thank you for sharing macabre with us. I don't I'm not sure if I've heard of macabre before I like that name. Yeah. It's great. Vincent price. He was a great horror type actor wasn't. He. Absolutely one of the best he room Saint Louis. And he was just that. He was great and Edward Scissorhands as the scientists. Professor, absolutely. He he hosted mystery that show on PBS for years, and of course, so many movies hundreds of blue mask of the red death fall. The house of us your return of the invisible man, which he carried that movie with his spectacular voice. So many so many so many so many, you know, a last man on earth. I mean, really Vincent Price was just. Just one of the best poor actors, and what's interesting like a lot of these guys is he thought he was coming to the end of end of his career as an older gentleman. But really that was the beginning of his career, and he gave us he was much more effective as an older actor, then he was younger thriller with Michael Jackson. Video no money for that. That was a cashless deal there. He did he did the voice for Vincent pry for for the Vincent Price. Did the breakdown in the middle of the song where he darkness falls across the land of the midnight hour is close at hand creatures crawl in search of blood the terror is your neighborhood. He did that whole sprayed down in the middle. And they used it in the Michael Jackson song. And then as as his payment. He got a giant life sized painting of Michael Jackson in his, you know, regalia did they give him a choice to see if he wanted a little commission of the total take. Elected not to take it. When I heard from David Delvalle is he did it as a favor, and and he got a painting as a as a as a bonus. And and then his his wife is like we had to get rid of this painting and Winston prices like, oh, no, no. So he they just had a giant painting of Vincent Price in their house somewhere in. He he worked right up until he died, didn't he? Oh, yeah. Absolutely. I think Edward Scissorhands was his last, and I think he worked right up until he died he loved to work. And I think that you know, if you can spend your whole life doing something that you love, and and people appreciate why not wasn't he in the original house on the haunted hill. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. He was he was the mastermind, and you know, he invited everyone to the house on haunted hill and promptly got them all drunk and gave them guns because that's what you do. When you've got ghosts. Next up. Let's go to Johnny in Augusta Georgia before the break. Welcome to the show, Johnny go ahead. Yes. Hey, this is Johnny in Augusta. Good to talk to you, George. You too, sir. Yeah. I was gonna tell you this you probably could've told the story better in your own words, but we had a count just insane. That was our local. Just insane. That's nice. I like it. Yeah. Yeah. It was always the bonds with the horror host, right? They're always had the punny names. He had the name. But in the in the somewhat, you know. Hey, Dan on this Michael Jackson note. But you know, he had the demise years later about ten years ago matter of fact. Convicted for. Exactly, you're breaking up a little bit at the you're saying that he was a pedophilia. Is that where we're going with this? I would not going there. Okay. Good. San Francisco and San Diego. They had a show called disaster piece theater. You remember that? Yes. I do. Remember that vaguely skits and everything. Yeah. Absolutely. Of course, I always watched creature features with Bob Wilkins. But yeah, there were a lot of other ones going on. There was I forgot the one with asthma Odia, but he was another bay area or host, and there was Whitey Gleason who hosted fright night theater. There's just a ton of 'em. I love these names they came up with. Oh, yeah. Absolutely. Yeah. They're all a lot of them. Have a great great Honey names like Mt. Graves and stuff like that is not bad name. Either obsessed is the best twentieth anniversary. And of course, the meteorite fell to earth in nineteen fifty eight and the came out, and of course, well at the end of the movie they freeze it, right? They send it to the anti Arctic. And I love the line at the end of the movie, which always gets a laugh today, which is you know, we'll be safe as long as the Arctic stays cold. Exactly. We'll be back with final calls with Mr Lobo on coast to coast. AM? Coast insiders, the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iphone and now Android four dot own above. Listen, live or on-demand, anywhere.

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"lonny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Hundred wwl w. News coming up in about eight minutes on seven hundred w s Lonny. So I think the video the date. Is it it Newark airport? And this is the kind of stuff that just happens in places like New Jersey. They had a helicopter news helicopter near the airport. And there were probably a good half dozen to maybe ten cars in the parking lot that were on fire. Just. Now, I've driven on the road and seeing on the side of the roadway burned out husk of a car or truck or car catches on fire because it over that that makes sense. Have cars sitting in a parking lot literally burning. I don't know if it was arson or somebody got mad dumped a bunch of gasoline fueled whatever it is some sort of accelerate or one car started. And it was almost like the mayhem commercial AllState where one car mayhem your car catches fire the car next to you catches fire everything starts exploding. But it was a really weird random pattern of burning. Because not the cars next to the burning wants for catching fire than have one. A couple more few downward burn is a really weird situation, but not to laugh at someone else's misfortune. Unfortunately, hopefully, no, one was hurting this whole thing for watching a little less than a dozen cars just randomly burning in the middle of a parking lot in Newark. And you had to be thinking that somebody somewhere flew out of Newark this morning. And was making their connection, and I don't know Boston or something like that. And it happened to be passing by one of the many millions of television screens where they're showing this and looking up and going wait a minute is is that p seventeen. My car what a nightmare just ran but stuff like that. Like that happened here. Just it seems like where's that going to happen? New jersey. Yeah. I just there's something going on to play the the mobster. They it just feels like a New Jersey kind of thing that's going on. That's all. We have this case too. Where and I don't know how she does it but Lindsey Vonn looks like she has announced her retirement. Speaking of skiing, like weather, and she hurt her Nina training camp crashing Copper Mountain Colorado earlier this year, and she's doing a run in Australia, Austria, Australia, Austria. A couple of weekends ago. And she was going to run her her knee was kind of giving Jin re-injure her knee. But basically there's nothing left in her knee to hold everything together that you need to do when you're flying down a hill at eighty ninety miles an hour. And she was a very emotional Lindsey Vonn saying, yeah, it's probably over it's probably done and she had a dream of winning one more to make her the oldest winner of a World Cup race. It doesn't look like that's going to happen barring in some sort of I don't know miracle, but you know, you have to think she's thirty four years old, and she has injured herself. So many times you've lost count in that knee has been repaired. I think three four times something like that. And then she bought the other one, and she's got nothing left. So she's thirty three thirty four years old. You gotta wonder what's going to happen when she is. I don't know forty years old. And how much pain how debilitating it's going to be you know, you can have all of those in the miracle modern science, and repairing your knees and all that but still at the end of the day. I'm sure somebody Kremchek will tie. It's like there's nothing left to work with here. You're headed for a lifetime of debilitating pain. And I hope that's the case because the women's national treasure. And and you know, I don't say this to me corner thing, but you know, how many times you blow out the same knee and just keep getting up going. All right, go back to rehab before you go. I questioned the woman does not know the word quit. And that tenacity is something that's desperately need these days and more such a more. So than athletes are one thing. But we need that kind of tenacity and other aspects of life. So that that's why I'm Donald Lindsey Vonn. She just keeps coming. She's like Rasputin. You can't you can't kill her. She just keeps coming back. But it looks like she's done now for good because there's only so many times you can can repair that and thinking she said a two. Again, there's there's really nothing left there to work within my knees. So. Your stories all the time of athletes had played in. I don't know maybe twenty thirty years ago and just how bad it is. Literally. It takes them twenty thirty minutes to get out of bed in the morning 'cause they're in so much pain. I don't know how you address the day and how you do that every single day. And just get up, and you know. You have to take drugs and therapy just to get out of bed in the morning. That's insane. That does give you some perspective and treat your body. Even if.

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"lonny" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:39 min | 3 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"lonny" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on RobinLynne

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"lonny" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER

"Now i want you fretting every single second about interest rates as i fear all day and ring constantly the real worry here don't confuse these global trade war because that will absolutely hurt your portfolio as a citizen i ca policy but as your vesting coach it's of paramount concern lot in new york lonny jim in stuttering i liked that what's happening my man pot the pen jim i cold you have years ago regarding speculative biotech stock i bought a three dollars and fifty five cents back in october two thousand fifteen i sold thous shares at in october last year thirty to fifty it took off they have to fellow jog in weena carcinoma call kaba medic cover medic role putting the company's excellences right e x l my question is they have nothing but positive news jim earning came out in quota for two thousand seventeen bait met they they met earnings they surpassed revenue but the stuff with weight down for no reason maybe something that alice or not idle now i've more of of retail shares wanting dick it's now almost twenty one earnings coming up a second they blow it out of the park i think that you know the stock better than most you know better than i do but i do know the i do know the cohort and the courts become very very hard almost every night i see a stock blow up in that group so just be aware the speculation in that particular end of the stock market is speculating celso down and mirren california mir blue.

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"lonny" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on MAD MONEY W/ JIM CRAMER - Full Episode

"Now i want you fretting every single second about interest rates as i fear all day and ring constantly the real worry here don't confuse these global trade war because that will absolutely hurt your portfolio as a citizen i ca policy but as your vesting coach it's of paramount concern lot in new york lonny jim in stuttering i liked that what's happening my man pot the pen jim i cold you have years ago regarding speculative biotech stock i bought a three dollars and fifty five cents back in october two thousand fifteen i sold thous shares at in october last year thirty to fifty it took off they have to fellow jog in weena carcinoma call kaba medic cover medic role putting the company's excellences right e x l my question is they have nothing but positive news jim earning came out in quota for two thousand seventeen bait met they they met earnings they surpassed revenue but the stuff with weight down for no reason maybe something that alice or not idle now i've more of of retail shares wanting dick it's now almost twenty one earnings coming up a second they blow it out of the park i think that you know the stock better than most you know better than i do but i do know the i do know the cohort and the courts become very very hard almost every night i see a stock blow up in that group so just be aware the speculation in that particular end of the stock market is speculating celso down and mirren california mir blue.

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"lonny" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

The Joe Budden Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"lonny" Discussed on The Joe Budden Podcast

"Then line hey we're going gonna fly buddy i'm just saying it's hurt into big mistake i mean fuck up more there it is all right so since mall wants to tap dance around the obvious his nine me just jump in and really attack the elephant that is in parks house how much success do you need to have the cheating on your pregnant significant other because i'm not sure tristen there this this is the bad season this year man you can't average four and three hey and head to qatar with the local white sorry true abroad was fighting for your contract for like what the fuck makes this arrogant nigga think that this season's going so great that he deserves a lonny fucked up the package and i don't wanna hear shit 'cause y'all hung kevin hart and then great get like three hundred million a movie if anyone should be allowed to cheat during pregnancy get damaged yard in wanna hear y'all got your kevin hart outta here you're even had mad at me and michael blackson he's not he's not going focus doing fine they did not get him out of your still here willing to get out here for three days and then they could be cooling again how do you come back in like how do you coming over like doing something like that like how do you come back in the house you just kind of walking quietly all you have to talk about guy no way i want you to remember that question because that's a great follow up question to the scene i'm about to paint from all of the cheetah mistakes that tristan thompson made when you were dating accordion.

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