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"We're covering the things that we haven't gotten to really mean to get to man that feeling that you know that that feeling that it needs scratched of wanting to get around to stuff. You know my desk and I really thought for sure since I'm not traveling that I would. I would get it taken care of. And I started I was down like a couple of inches of paper bilge that builds up on my desk. I was down a couple inches. Yes, I'm going to see the surface of this desk before before. This virus releases us from its grip, and now it's super building back up again. Yeah Yeah. Yeah, it's frustrating. I! Do want to point out. Somebody has gotten something done. which is that Tony Anita? Hull took the initiative and went and ask our listeners before we recorded this show what they haven't gotten to or have been meaning to get to in their lives. And so with that in mind, I wanNA, bring Tony Anita Hill up to the Mike Tony on double duty this week. We have another thing for you later. What's on, but this one? You don't have to wear a pep blows for what's on the hot sheet. What our listeners saying? They haven't done to okay so Stephanie. Lundgren wrote I moved right before the stay at home order and I thought for sure I'd be completely unpacked and organized by now. I've been working from home, so it's not at all free time, but still. I See Oh Yeah. Oh that's the worst feeling as a person who struggles with OCD not being unpacked. I, have to tell you Stephanie. I think I was in one house for twelve years before I unpacked the last box. There's always a one box. That just has stuff that you probably never should have brought with you from the last place. Just. Couldn't you just couldn't think it and say goodbye, and so you still have it? And just sits around in a box for Twelve Years Until the cats pee in that box. That's usually that's usually what motivates we. We have a similar problem in this household and in some ways. It's worse because we bought this house. I'm going to say eight or nine years ago. and. We were living in an apartment before then and literally three weeks before we were supposed to leave the apartment and moved into. This house a pipe behind. Washing machine in our apartment burst, the whole place flooded dip fire department had to come and because of the water remediation. Process we weren't able to pack up our old apartment to move here. That had to be done by professionals. Wow! I didn't know there was such a thing. And some of those boxes were some. are still in our garage. Things wet, so you have boxes of wet belongings in your. Oh, you got to get those out you can. Boxes of wet belonging like a growth of mold. Bax Airs what you got. No, no, it's not the belongings. Themselves weren't wet. I want to point out that the flooding apartment wasn't like knee deep or anything, but it was A. Damaged the floor and stuff like that. No, that was a big flood I. Remember that I. Remember finding you and Jeannie. In the middle of the apartment in a tiny ship. And the Terni should talk to. Our tour! Wow So. There were professional packers. What does that have to do with the fact that you didn't open the boxes and take the stuff out I mean? Did it matter who put it in the box? Did you guys say to each other? It's not touched that professional packers put it in. No movers, the movers were allowed into put everything into boxes. My point is that because we didn't have time to pack up our own apartment all the crap that we were going to get rid of ended up being transferred to our new house. And you just haven't got around to. Condie, what was what was it? Marie CONDIE ING it. I didn't Murray Condo. It yet Maury Condo. What is it Tony is it? It's Murray Condo.
"lundgren" Discussed on Who? Weekly
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"lundgren" Discussed on Who? Weekly
"There is someone there so it has everyone's names on there. expertise, so it's like candice is doing leadership like this guy. I can't even read the script like Nicole Nicole Szott Nicole. Land is doing legal types every entrepreneur. No, but then there's some name patients, and it says how to handle brand crisis and controlling the damage she's. She's covering all the bases here in this weapon. What's amazing is? Is like four WHO's business is inspirational speaking and wisdom. You have to like learn things so to fuck up. Is honestly a gift so for her to be like okay? Well I fucked up I, plagiarized maybe I'm going to turn this into like the next journey of myself improvement and like sell it essentially, even though yes, I know the webinars free, but she'll eventually make money off of whatever this journey engines going on. is like kind of ingenious like it's just perfect. It's perfect I'm impressed. speaking of damage control. Not Really. There's really no eloquent way to transition into this It's Rebecca varieties account is fighting back wagon. Chrissy is. On the job. It's that I thought that that a lawsuit. Happy this story is back so I remember the first time around which was so delightful, remembering it again with like. The Rebecca already. Colleen Rooney scandal was really like. My brain was like Oh. That's a fun little trip back to memory lane. It's Rebecca Varghese account. Shall we do a quick refresher of what happened. So late last year, the WAGS, the you know women and girlfriends of of footballers in in the UK there are t to to famous wags Rebecca Ardian calling. Rooney were in the news and the headlines because Colleen Rooney. Discovered that she alleged that some personal stories about her life. We're getting sold to tabloids. From one of her friends and she was like I think I know who's leaking these stories, so she said this really iconic sting operation within her instagram close friends, where she only allowed Rebecca Varghese account to view her close friends content, but she because she knew it was only Rebecca Vardi linked to to it. She just put fake stories up and those fake stories are the ones that would end up in the tabloids and so she was like. Now I know that it's Rebecca Vardi who did it and she ended her revelation with the iconic. and. Only one viewer was on the stories. It's dot dot dot dot dot Rebecca Verdi's account. He was an iconic own. It was like wow, look at all these. Amazing over here, Agatha Christie. She sealed the deal. She closed the case. This is amazing now. What eight months later nine months later? Rebecca Vardi is suing Colleen Rooney for defamation Oh my God for a million pounds or something like that. Does she have a case? I don't know there's like nothing there's there aren't even that many details here real Kerley. She fired like really famous liable attorneys. Who Do this for a living? So maybe he was one of the things. Things where they came to her, and they were like you know you could sue for libel in like maybe get some money out of this or something, but it almost feels like unnecessary legal fees at this point, or maybe it's just like she. She thinks her reputation is so ruined that she's trying to lake. Get it another foot in it or something to twist the story somewhat. I sort of it does sort of ring. It does sort of seem like an. Instance where a lawyer would say, Hey, if you have the money to spend I am expensive, but we can prove we can make the case that call not like. But if you win money, you give me a certain percent lying that like free. If we win, we win. It seems like maybe I'm. I'm still on team. Colleen here because colleen's K. seems like it holds water. But, maybe the deal is and again. I'm not a lawyer, nor do I have all the particulars of this case. What if they can make the case that just because Rebecca Vardi viewed those stories. You can't prove that. She said anything to the tabloids like. Show me the proof that she set those posts and. You know it's like a very specific story that only she knows it's not true. It's hard to like. Say otherwise I think the other thing is that. Like Rebecca wants to embarrass colleen like colleen. Embarrassed Rebecca not came that thought comes from this. Daily Mail Headline Coleen Rooney's WAG pals quote freaking out over fears. Rebecca Vardi leaked private information about them and Oh and conduct their own investigations as one million pound legal battle heads to court. I think it's like. It's also just like if we have this case then I. Get to Talk Shit about you in the Public Forum and then I'm getting I'm. It can embarrass you essentially, because all that stuff is just like public. Maybe the threat of the lawsuit leads to settling the lawsuit and Rebecca and recalling Rooney is like you know what here just take some money I I will. will apologize publicly. Just don't air my dirty laundry. Right because this. This other one is calling Rooney drops plans to countersue Rebecca already for breach of privacy, so it's so. She's not real. Colleen's like not all in on this. Colleen's like flip. You can get me to court. Get me to like. I'm not gonNA come for you in court I already came for you. She did icon constantly. The the stories that you have linked here, keep referring to some like vaguely about some incident in Russia where it's like all the wags ladies went to Russia for some big soccer tournament or soccer match. Maybe it was the World Cup. Honestly I don't know, but it was soccer thing that all the wags were there in, and it's like apparently things got a little, wild and Russia and colleen. Rooney is like God I hope. She doesn't reveal what happened in Russia. So that's what happened interesting, but also those Ono, but this is all speculation in a tabloids now to where it's like. Maybe it's all because of this one incident that colleen doesn't want Rebecca to. To. Reveal publicly right also the other thing is they're filming a documentary about the Rooney's. And so this is coming at the same time. They're about to start production and Daily Mail's linking the production of the documentary with the court case, so part of me is kind of like letting it. Go to get the drama for the documentary. That could be something that makes it something people wanNA watch more so than before. Yeah, it's it's. It's I I. The the response to this lawsuit was pretty massive, but still there aren't many details yet. So is it just gone way past them picking up the phone and having a conversation and trying to just talk this out. Will I think they have tried? There was a video cool where they tried a sat with Louis. Trying to soak face, but sadly neither we're going to back down. There was to say sorry cling fill. She had every right to out Rebecca Romney. said she did detect to work was like Colombo, and said it was by commodity for her to go public and say that she was one hundred percent sure, but obviously. Becky wants to prove that she's in the city you have you told me yesterday you were like I have things organized very because you like you like you. Put a lot into the stock yesterday and you were like. I have the dog organized. Really interestingly like you'll notice whenever you see it like not. What made you decide? What made you decide to do this? Lynch? Explain your explain your strategy this week. Okay Times just a lot of the stories get categorized in ways that are unexpected like for this. For example, this category is gross. It's three stories about old dudes dating young girls and it just like I I. Don't know why they all happened this week, but for some reason I. Have Daily Mail, talking about like the relationship of Dolph Lundgren remember him and like Ray Liotta, making out with his girlfriend at the at the gas pump, and then we have Marcus Houston who is engaged and the his girlfriend. His fiancee is nineteen and twitter's like. When did you meet her? There's like three. Did you meter. There's just like three quote, unquote, gross stories, and so like categorize them together as gross. That was my first. You know my friends run. into. These stories to like I just gave you. Basically all you need to know is Dolph Dolph laundering. Law Dolph Lundgren Lundgren dolphins longer. Who are them thinking? Such A. He's an alien. But he's a WHO now. He's a huge who he's engaged a twenty year old personal trainer who works at Equinox equinoxes yet equinox the Ray. LIOTTA JC no, Tolo, I mean. Those two names, no two names have ever gone together..
"lundgren" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Why called me up and said the script. Read the rules just think so Of course I thought it was great. It was great role. Also I think You know arm on screen. How Love Chemistry on screen? I I realized that when I saw this this time round you know first time okay. I didn't know much movies but now you're seeing the Monitor. The scene together. Yeah there's something there and of course you have a lot of filth in values because that other movie we did but it's been a long time but even if we hadn't because he's Italian you know I'm romantic in London you know there's sort of there's something there and. I think it works in this picture to these firewalls are also works and also because your friends fall out of both sides can things so it's Kinda cool. He's he's really. He's he's very talented guy. Know Yup Sarin. I Forget Memories Everybody's realizing those guys I mean. Not many people like him now. He knows what he's doing you know he's certainly knows what he's doing. Which is a great. How do you? How do you back on on rocky four now all these years later? And how does it sit with you her where I look back at this song like first movie? Role IS TERRIFIC. I was young. Nothing could face me you know. It was inexperienced but physically very wrong was it was a great time. I got a great rate World famous very quickly practice is is is very tough heart newest and still are neither one way. Because you know it's all college swing I mean even thinking of the government but it's very very positive memory and You know I'm still remember the Kausar and Well is there a chance that If there's another universal soldier you would you return up especially at John Hives acting like him a lot? He's very talented I think he could probably do very well. Individuals enda anything. He makes the movie fucking do something in this picture. Maybe a little more of it than certainly back okay. Well that's great. Well thank you for your time and Take Care certainly recommend that people catch this movie? Definitely it's a lot of fun great to see you both back in to thank you so much for listening. Hi this is John Delancey and you are very lucky to be listening to Sifi Talk..
"lundgren" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Well come to the you are listening to Sifi Talk. My name is Anthony. Man and I am the director and LEAD IN THE NEW PRODUCTION TERROR DRACULA DELIGHTED TO GET that right here. On site high tax return to his universal soldier role re-generation this not only featured a return but working again with Jean Claude van Damme and then in another film reuniting with his rocky for Co Star. Here's a vintage conversation with Duff. Lumbering it was a great to To see you John Clawed back again thank you. What was it like to You had your seeing together. What was it like to do that? Scene and and to revisit those same parts again. All these years later yeah. It was a bit bizarre strange because I'm sequels before so you know to play this character again so kind of Like flashback you know 'cause Y- rehearsing it myself. You know this rehearsing roll. It wasn't a big of a role but sort some of this stuff and But UNSEE show up on the set and you see you know it means you're Claude in the year and and then you start getting flashbacks to to the first picture. So and get your perspective on your own career and your life really and then How quickly things go have this comp about point did they contact you kind of thing? Yeah they did actually Contract RUDE I turn it down first few times because I like script and I didn't go to seek well wasn't too excited about it but you know when John Haimes came on. He has some good ideas for the characters. Might Care for the script in with the volcanoes filmmaker. So knew he was gonNA work to it and And the points. I even had another show muggers direct thing and I this film films record myself and I had a Another commitment for another film to learn the movie I decided to do it and You Know Mel retrospect. There is a good decision. I think I should have would have been in it a little more. But they don't have time. Savina loggers turn good. Well you know about the way. The mythology works for this series Thinking always taken always bring you back. Yeah no shit if I survived that they're doing mench me. Then there's this. This last rule have injury the repair quickly. Oh yeah they can they can make another one of you so I don't think it'd be a problem. And what was it like you know doing the physical stuff with John Claude? In that one scene you guys had this rate vintage. Drag-out fight their her. Yeah it was. It was fun Grogan older so you get more bang You don't hear sheriff's As you know years ago but I'm always in pretty good shape so it wasn't really history was more difficult than it was back then. It was pretty long flight. Took about five days a lot. I but I enjoyed it and it was hard work was in. He's a smart coasters. Movie fights yes very ideas and incidents and Also the fact that you find the real her as these days times you funding available. What was neat about Scott? This time around was the fact that he was kind of really giving the soldiers voice and asking you know about why am I here. What is my existence kind of thing and I really like that? You know wish that could have been explored little more but I did like that part of it in the movie that your character adding year of to again. There's some depth deb staring not character in John's writing and I'm sure he'll so wishes show because it's an interesting dilemma in his. You'll Franks I missed you. Know where you create something and the creation shows the creator sympathizing with the monster a little bit because real feel like rated and you know not all in control and and it's also that of a voice against technology ships alive by logical like Or is it was an interesting? Take so jerk resolve the top. He's I caught in the way. This guy was much more internal so it was like this. I like that this time around. What was it like shooting? I know they had found. You went to Bulgaria shot in this abandoned power plant or actually a steel What was that like? The the set itself was almost like a character in the film. Yeah the was Was Low screen. The movie obviously uncomfortable their action. Movies is always how you'll shoot that. Look nations hot or cold or let the ZAM for dangerous. No exceptions Burger Colder. The lower shot that the indoors. This cold cold outside because you know fact fans and dangers. Lisa's Oh hang in. Steel and concrete everywhere. So yeah the nails of your grits and you. You know you're parents to get into character. 'cause you feel it right there and it was like an all those corner their place so. I really enjoyed them. That was a good choice of Jobs more regime. Puff why would I think you would people watching the DVD like is a kind of like these two new introductions and Mike Pyle who I thought did a great job in his part And and there's you know possibly for him to be more. If there's another movie and Andre Orlovsky also was Was pretty fantastic as the really one of the main antagonists in the film so to some two new newcomer were pretty good to watch angry. Yes like a great job. He's a hardworking guy. Is Of course very formidable looking in? Yeah I'm sure we can have been what was also unique was Was the fact that actually I had actually met Peter imes Because he directed another film. I covered years ago and I was surprised at his son. Peter was is John was directing film. what was it like? I mean Peter was the photography which he did on all his films. That never did it for anybody else. And John was directing what was their like their give and take on the set and Kinda watching them were working. What was that like for you roll? It was it was it was very cool to see bothering son on the seven. Gene or and specially son was in charge bothers. You know respectful and He's his job. Obviously being a very Talented director himself very experienced. He you know there was no fighting arguing. It was it was. It was great seeing that they were very very respectable each other so I was in crashed so the DVD also did commentary as well with with John What was that like for you? Fun Refund Moon Watching some watch the other I've never done this before. Public hearing Like aren't working together and talk about this aspect of it and the earnings rather and I learned a lot of things I know because I I was over there at the time though I think of What how how they involved in cool one of the things that's been cool about your career recently is that you've been in a directing your own films as well as starring in them and you know. I kinda came into that by I talked to composer of Your Film Missionary Man Ilias similar out and he was talking about that film how he was impressed by what you had done kind of time. What led you into going into that part of your career directing your your own. Well average uses carino federalism's and everything seems to happen by shared. So though I mean it all started because somebody said you know and making and Kalani guy and then somebody said all because the model makes the money is that then some of his movies movies so I started losing a little bit of acting then before I know it I got cash. Stallone Writing Movie Boxing Picture. Where there's a big blonde rushing guy. You know as a heavy in of course you didn't know existed but I ended up getting a role and then then making a bunch of movies are always like writing and you know I kind of thought of you know directing go to enrich finish that myself but all at once assure us a golden director directing and then I recommend me over which he did but anyway you know I said yes and suddenly. I'm directing movies and when you direct you start writing. Because she just be right except for when I started writing. Yeah man prolong things for another. You know crazy character. Crazy Swede this time Russian rentals. Get them just Bledel plans and much had. I'm just GONNA take it as a come. I liked acting. It's it's very of its Very stimulating and you learn a lot and it's certainly You know more. There's much more responsibility. I think having being an actor and I like that everything now. The the expendable is Stallone pretty much phone you up and said would you like to do it.
"lundgren" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"It's rocketing hassle. Got Drunk is trying to come up and throw down a line no no. It's not a hassle. They don't you too big too for people fight with unless you really stupid so No it's just kind of interesting. It's expandable for the younger kids ads in rocky for the older fans and a couple of master's universities but no people don't want to get in my way usually. That's good that's good. Yeah that is the short guy. I just short movie stars. They get don tall do they do they do they are exactly yeah expandable. When is another one of those coming out? I think there's one shooting this year later this year. I just heard odd. Uh this this notion. I'm going to try to hope you take this in the spirit in which it's intended action stars and maybe we have stallone to thank for all this action stars used to age out. You know what I mean. They were starlets with age out at thirty one and a half an action dudes out out about forty five or fifty like it was time to hang it up. That's you're not the young were before a whole new genre of I'm getting too old for this shit been ushered in and it's stallone and expandable and all this stuff are all these. Mickey Rourke you know like a a lot of these guys are hanging around there keeping going not just with the acting career with an action career. Didn't seem I mean I remember there was aforementioned or mentioned John Wayne but it were vastly sat on a horse. He didn't he didn't do as the kind of stuff that we're doing crappy wrong but a young Dolph Lundgren was in view to a kill roll with older Roger Moore who was having trouble with some of the action scenes and the way these days obviously the expandable all star team. You just get five doubles now. The young guys get five doubles too. So but you're right it's guys like Stallone and and Elimination Liam Neeson. I think Taken was you know as a father who saves her his daughter is so it's I think also because people get older and You know when you're six years old today and they're like being sixty four years ago when you're sixty that was it you know. Now it's sixty you know you. You know people still working. They're still agile. And I think that's why you know even the screen heroes get older too. I think the big difference is that they still can do it. They still a great. You know there's kind of a almost a second life for kind of now the the older grizzled action hero kind of kind of feel and dolphins still built like a tank. You know. There's a scene that we saw a bit of a bit of where to cops trying to wrestle him out while he's giving like like a three page dialogue of exposition ads. They you can't move them. They're not acting clearly could not move them. Also all right don't kill. It is in select theaters. It's on demand Dan it's on I tunes and it's this Friday. Starting this Friday march third. Look for that you guys want to play a little made up movie the audience. You'll just give us the name of the movie and we'll we'll build the movie around the title worker.
"lundgren" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"Let me tell you something. If you haven't seen rocky for you should because it's a legendary movie and <hes> he he played legendary Ivan Drago. Do was a chemical engineer. He's a smart dude. <hes> we rubbed honest hemp bomb on each other not on each other. I I put on his mom on my my neck. He put it on his ankle. We had a bonding moment. He got. You know he really enjoyed. I can tell you really was enjoying the the interview and I liked that. I liked that when people blacks have fun like I'm a people pleaser as you know and me is here with me me a case. I'm GonNa say it again me as a trans woman. If you ever in the past may refer I tyler our engineer. Slash PODCAST ROB's not here but me is right or in the future. Some of those episodes have aired yet either right. Yeah that's true if you hear the word Tyler. It's me hey guys just so you know anyway longer talks about Gosh I mean I'm so many things I mean Grace Jones yeah you know going out with Grace Jones and their relationship and <hes> don't WanNa dance clubs and <hes> you don't expect Ivan Drago to have so much insight about life like yeah so much to say about his career in the way that his life has been credible now that he helped he helps me. There were just things that he said it was a very profound about how we act as an adolescent he. He really didn't learn a lot until he was in his forties he goes. I I really didn't get it then. You guys are going to love this one. <hes> let's get inside. Dolph Lundgren. It's my you're listening to inside of you with. Michael Rose <music> inside of you with Michael Rosenbaum.
"lundgren" Discussed on WEEI
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"lundgren" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Funny. Not funny funny. Not funny. I thought the same thing travel. I was like this was distract from the stone. And that was the you know that and the air traffic controllers and all that like it just didn't hit a boiling point where he's I knew it was. Yeah. Yeah. No. I know I know because he's a giant. Okay. Man, captain caveman. Men. Skedaddle at the end of it too. A former CIA director John Brennan, I really does feel it doesn't it like people are catching up to we've been saying for two years just like people are starting to and John Brennan, by the way already knows. There's just obviously a lot. He can't say because he's seen all the classified intelligence. But Brennan said Friday, he thinks it's quite evident the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to influence, the two thousand sixteen election collusion may have gone to the very top to Trump himself, and that it could even rise to the level of criminal conspiracy. I defer to the special counsel's office to make the determination about what they they. What they did cross that threshold from collusion, which I think is quite evident to criminal conspiracy. This went Nance has been saying and writing about for ever. Brennan, also speculated that more indictments are on the way, he said, it's whether or not it's past the threshold of that's going to lead them to the indictment of individuals that are close to Mr. Trump that are part of his family or others. Tom Travis who's next Jared junior? I think Don jR, because I think Jerry we're going to get to later because that's going to be in the all the data analytics and the coordination that was going on there. So this story that everybody missed the dump on Friday, right Kushner, allowed his New York exurban the newspaper, he owns to regularly publish, whatever. Wikileaks used to offer including sending a freelancer meet with Julian Assange back in two thousand fourteen. Christner told lawmakers on Capitol Hill that he never had contact with WikiLeaks or Assange nor did anyone else on the campaign. His assertion is belied by the stone indictments and arrest on Friday. Does this guy have security clearance? Somebody gave it to them, and that's the other scandal and not just him thirties. Jerry clearances that were not that's the other direct national security threat that is happening right now that they need to stop the level of. I forget what they call it. But the level of clearance. They have is material that could be hugely damaging to the United States. Yeah. If he obviously is someone that is vulnerable to foreign him compromised. Yeah. All these people have security clearances that should not. And he's out to make a buck to. So what he's finding that intelligence for personally. Right. Let's review thirty seven indictments seven found guilty one hundred plus context with rushing just in case your house. How how is this person sell president? Exactly, I like, we might as well have dolph Lundgren is president you need find a way to get back to that. He dies. Why is impeached? She's impeached. If he's impeached didn't play Russian villain when exactly it might as well be dolph Lundgren because just the Russian villain is right out in the. We have a Russian puppet. Running the country. It's going to kill Apollo creed. Unless someone does about it lowest Louisiana. Hello. Good.
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Here's how 'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV'
"Yeah. This is another sequel creed which was a reboot of the rocky franchise came out a few years back with Michael Jordan as the young fighter being trained by rocky Balboa. It was quite good. It was surprisingly good really well directed. The fight action was well stage. Michael Jordan was charismatic in the lead role. This picture doesn't work nearly as well. Instead of rethinking the formulas. The rocky franchise it really just repeats them creed in this case has to fight the son of the Russian ragle dolts Lundgren who had killed freeze father Apollo creed. And whom then rocky beat up in the big final climactic battle of rocky four. And basically this movie is pretty much a repeat of rocky four for a new generation. It's decently done, and Michael beach. Jordan as usual is quite good and Stallone is they're doing his shucks routine as as the elderly rocky again. Film doesn't bring anything new to the table. It just as I say is repetitive. It's interesting to see Dolf Lundgren back as the father of the new Russian fighter. He played. Of course, stray go in the original rocky four, and he still looks pretty good. And he's certainly
Here's how 'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV' (spoilers!)
"Here's your box office preview. It's a weekend of sequels and remakes starting with creed to follow up to twenty fifteen original and eight filmed in the Rockies series. Michael Jordan returns is Donna's creed who thirty-three years after Russian fighter Ivan Drago killed his father in the ring tries to avenge that loss and invite withdraw goes son, so Vesta Stallone returns, his rocky Balboa and Tessa Thompson dolph Lundgren would harass and Felicia Rashad also star in this sports drama
"lundgren" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"It's an official holiday my family. And actually, I I have I bought tickets multiple weeks ago weeks agree to very excited about impact. The return of Ivan Drago, I got. Mazing? Yes. Because creed is fighting his son race. And now if you remember, of course, super likely to happen, all this is the whole series is very likely to happen. Unfortunately, as you remember, of course, Apollo creed. Died died in the hands of dolph Lundgren. Right. Well, Ivan Drago right out of the Soviet fighter. Who is? There are rumors of steroid abuse in that particular story there were strong strong rivers, including footage. But it also that movie if you remember, of course, ended the Cold War people don't force remember that credit to fetch or whatever it was sliced alone. It was rocky for it was and so they're bringing this went back, which I'm pretty excited about hopefully, it doesn't start a new cold for. Maybe maybe this is what happens they could brings us and Russia back together. I don't know. But dolph Lundgren the original Ivan Drago is actually in this movie. I I was I heard something the other day. And I thought that can't be true. It's got to be one of those urban legends. They said. Dolph Lundgren has it an IQ of one hundred sixty he's super Steve. That's by far genius category. That's one forty. I think are one forty-three or something is genius one sixty is that's like Einstein smart. He's very very smart. And I it was weird because his role as Ivan Drago was obviously a big strong guy. Who punches a lot little dumb got it. Yeah. Kind of like a killing machine. Really? Right. And you know, it's interesting because he was not as you might detected from the movie he had not a lot of acting previous to this role did detect, but if you see in in the in the movie rocky four when he comes out of the floor and Vegas, and it's James Brown singing living in America. And all that like his reaction. He he says he's like it was completely legitimate. I was like I had no idea. He's just standing in the middle ring not moving because he was terrified. There wasn't anything like this. It's pretty amazing. And now he's back for this one. I'm pretty excited about it. That's kind of fun. Yeah. So that's going to be a big one. You saw. Did you see the new Harry Potter thing? Yeah. Fantastic. Beasts crimes of Grendel walled. It was good. It's just related or is it part of the same story on the same story. It's part of is it looks like a prequel to the Harry Potter stuff. So they went through this whole, Harry Potter thing. This is the last book ever, we promise then. And then she just started back over on the series. How could you resist because you can't it's a money printing machine? Well, she sold four hundred and fifty to five hundred million copies of the books, and then the movies did I don't know a billion and a half or two billion. So why would you stop that money printing machine? Just sounds dumb. Yeah. It does. Just so you're aware. This is dumb. Don't stop writing them. Keep doing it. Everyone likes it. Yeah. People like it. So that means sixty two million over the weekend. But it costs two hundred million to make so yeah. But you have the whole first of all one of the biggest weeks of movie viewing right? And this one in Christmas are huge view weeks and this whole season. I mean, it'll do well that'll do. Well, have you seen have you taken the kids to the Grinch the new one they went yesterday while I was watching the lose by six hundred eleven points. Yes. But they did like it a lot. They did like quite a bit and then bohemian rhapsody still third, and that's made a hundred and twenty seven million so far, and it only cost fifty two million to make Queen is. I don't know. There's something interesting. And and unique about their music because you know, people like me who grew up with it love it. But people who like my kids love it too. I Queen just seems like universally loved musically. And it's interesting to bohemian rhapsody. Continues to be so popular among virtually all age groups, triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three now, they were talking about the twenty twenty presidential election and some potential democrat candidates are being thrown out there to to oppose Trump. Yeah. And kinda gauging the audience reaction to each. So this is kind of interesting, you know, because you can look at it. And you say a lot of people are passionate about this candidate or this candidate. I this to be really interesting fivethirtyeight today podcast in front of a live audience as a review of the election. And as you're listening to it, you find very this is definitely a democratic audience. So she's not a huge surprise. I think they did it in New York. So it's definitely a democratic audience. And you could say someone so engaged in politics that they're thinking about this and wanting to go see a five thirty eight podcast about the midterms. You're going to be pretty it'd be an activist. Right. Like, this is where the energy is probably the Democratic Party. This is a non scientific study, by the way. But I was fascinated at the reaction to the candidates. They do a. A twenty twenty draft. So these three experts Claire Malone Nate silver mica Cohen do a draft where they like it's like a fantasy football draft draft candidates. You're trying to pick the one who actually gets the nomination. Okay. So they go through and they're doing their picks. Let me give you this one. I was I thought pretty surprising the first pick overall in the draft. And just the main thing here is just to listen to the crowd reactions as their names are said, listen, this this go with this is this is the first one when I pick the draft, by the way was Clermont. Picking Elizabeth Warren. Okay. We're gonna have this clip here in a second. It is. I, you know, I don't know first of all, you know, I don't know Claire Milosz, maybe very smart, but you know, pick Elizabeth Warren, I. No, you don't. But I I wouldn't say it was out of the mainstream of thought. Right. I think a lot of would put her. Yeah. We have the odds on this. The percentage chance of winning. She's in the top three or four right now. Kamala Harris is the number one. You got to be kidding. Yeah. Number one, Kamala. Harris number two, Joe Biden, number three. Bernie Sanders is Hillary listed in four Elizabeth Warren. What's that is Hillary listed Hillary? That's a good question is Hillary even listed. I don't see Hillary are many who think she's definitely running in twenty twenty. I can't believe it or here's the first pick of the draft. Listen to this. So Claire who is the number one overall choice in our twenty twenty democratic primary draft I'm sticking with my last first round choice of Elizabeth one Elizabeth Warren. Okay, there it is. They don't like that. Yeah. That's it. I didn't hear a single applause right now. No, Elizabeth Warren was the energy. Yeah. Remember, I really think she was the big, you know, a cool hip pick in two thousand sixteen to run in the she, of course, never ran what everybody seemingly wanted or to everyone wanted to. She was the pick. And what's interesting is. I think this this whole native American thing really backfired on her in a way. Yeah. And I think it was very bad for Elizabeth. Warren's future in politics, but very good for the Democratic Party that she did that because they saw how she handles these tough moments, and she can't handle these tough moments. Right. She's not good at this. She's going. I mean, if there was one candidate you wanted Donald Trump to win and one of these top candidates go against I would pick Elizabeth Warren Trump can would she was able to keep up with the certain people who can deal with the pressure of Donald Trump. Yeah. She's not letting I keep saying Joe Biden is actually would actually be a good a counterweight. It to Trump because he's he can get in there. He can fight. He's good at that sort of thing. I'm not saying he's a good. He'd be a good president. He wouldn't. But he'd be he'd be a much tougher matchup for Trump than in Elizabeth Warren. Definitely so listen to so next up is is Nate silver. He's picking his second pick is Joe Biden and listen to the reactivates over your choice trying to figure if I've Schmidt tactical or not here. Honest, and I'm gonna go with Joe Biden, Joe Biden. Tactical would have been thinking that Biden is gonna fall having said that he wouldn't pick by five. So so and do you remember, I don't know the historical trends here. But you've been there seems to be more kind of laughter than. Yeah. Applause or cheering? They're not much of anything a little laughter. And it's kind of just acknowledging everyone knows he's one of the front runners. Now, the next one here is the third pick of the draft. Listen, my first pick is going to bid for traffic. Kamala, Harris, okay?.
"lundgren" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It's an official holiday. My family, actually. I have I bought tickets multiple weeks ago weeks agree to very excited about impact. The return of Ivan Drago. I. Yes. Creed is fighting his son race. And now if you remember if coaches super likely to happen, all this is the whole series is very likely to happen. Unfortunately, as you remember, of course, Apollo creed. Died died in the hands of dolph Lundgren. Right. Well, I've been drug Soviet fighter. Who is? There are rumors of steroid abuse in that particular store strongroom strong rivers, including footage. But it also that movie if you remember, of course, ended the Cold War people don't, of course, remember that they credit to fetch or whatever it was. Alone. It was rocky for it was and so they're bringing this went back which I'm pretty excited about hopefully start a new cold for. Maybe maybe this is what happens they could brings us in Russia back together. I dunno dolph Lundgren. The original Ivan Drago is actually in this movie. I I heard something the other day. And I thought that can't be true. It's got to be one of those urban legends. They said dolph Lundgren has an IQ of one hundred sixty he's super Sweet Sixteen. That's by far. Jeez category. That's one forty. I think are one forty-three or something is genius one sixty years. That's like Einstein smart. He's very very smart. And I it was weird because his role as Ivan Drago was obviously a big strong guy who punches a lot dumb. Got it. Yeah. Kind of like a killing machine. Really? Right. And you know, it's interesting because he was not as you might have detected from the movie he had a lot of acting previous to this role did detect, but if you see in the in the movie rocky four when he comes out of the floor in Vegas, and it's James Brown singing living in America. And all that the like his reaction he says, it's like it was completely legitimate. I was like I had no idea. He's just standing in the middle ring not moving because he was terrified. There isn't anything like this. It's pretty amazing. And now he's back for this one. I'm pretty excited about it. That's kind of fun. Yeah. So that's gonna be a big one. You saw. Did you see the new Harry Potter thing? Fantastic beasts crimes of walled. It was good. It's just related or is it part of the same story on the same story. It's part of is it looks like a prequel to the Harry Potter stuff. So they went through this whole, Harry Potter thing. This is the last book ever, we promise. And then and then she just started back over on the series. How could you resist because you can't it's a money printing machine? Well, she sold four hundred and fifty to five hundred million copies of the books, and then the movies did I don't know a billion and a half or two billion. So why would you stop that money printing machine? It's just sounds dumb. Yeah. It does. He think someone caterers just so you're aware. This is dumb. Don't stop writing them. Keep doing it. Everyone likes. Yeah. People like it. So that needs sixty two million over the weekend. But it costs two hundred million to bake. So yeah. But you have the whole first of all one of the biggest weeks of movie viewing is right? And this one in Christmas are huge view weeks this whole season. I mean, it'll do well have you seen have you taken the kids to the Grinch the new one they went yesterday while I was watching the news by one hundred eleven points. Oh, yes. But they did like it a lot. They did like quite a bit and then bohemian rhapsody still third, and that's made a hundred and twenty seven million so far, and it only cost fifty two million to make Queen is. I don't know. There's something interesting. And and unique about their music because you know, people like me you grew up with it love it. But people who like my kids love it too. I Queen just seems like universally loved musically. And it's. Interesting. The bohemian rhapsody continues to be so popular among Berkeley, all age groups, triple eight nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three now they were talking about the twenty twenty presidential election and some potential democratic candidates are being thrown out there to to oppose Trump. Yeah. And kinda gauging the audience reaction to each of us. So this is kind of interesting, you know, because you can look at it. And you say a lot of people are passionate about this candidate or this candidate, I found this to be really interesting fivethirtyeight today podcast in front of a live audience as a review of the election. And as you're listening to it, you find very this is definitely a democratic audience. So she's not a huge surprise. And I think they did it in New York. So it's definitely a democratic audience, and you could say someone so engaged in politics that they're thinking about this and wanting to go see a fivethirtyeight podcast about the midterms. You're going to be pretty it'd be an act. Activists right? Like, this is where the energy is probably the Democratic Party. This isn't nonscientific study, by the way. But I was fascinated at the reaction to the candidates. They do a. A twenty twenty draft. So these three experts Claire Malone Nate silver mica Cohen do a draft where they like it's like a fantasy football draft where they draft candidates. You're trying to pick the one who actually gets the nomination. Okay. So they go through and they're doing their picks. Let me give you this one. First this one was I thought pretty surprising the first pick overall in the draft. And the main thing here is just to listen to the crowd reactions as their names are said, listen, this go with this is this is the first one I dropped by the way was Clermont flick picking Elizabeth Warren. Okay. We're gonna have this clip here in a second for you. It is. I, you know, I don't know. First of all, it's, you know, I don't know Claire Milosz, maybe very smart, but you know, pick Elizabeth Warren, I the terrible. No, you don't. But I I wouldn't say it was out of the mainstream of thought. Right. I think a lot of would put her. Yeah. We have the odds on this percentage. Chance of winning. She's in the top three or four right now. Kamala Harris is the number one. You gotta be kidding. Yeah. Number one, Kamala. Harris number two, Joe Biden, number three. Bernie Sanders is Hillary listed in four Elizabeth Warren. What's that is Hillary listed Hillary? That's a good question is Hillary even listed. I don't see Hillary are men who think she's definitely running in twenty twenty. I can't believe it. Here's the first pick of the draft listen to this. So Claire who is the number one overall choice and our two thousand twenty democratic primary..
Lundgren Willem Defoe, Warner Brothers And Aquaman discussed on Jason and Alexis
"Entertainment? New aquaman posters are building. The hype ahead of the film's. Release Warner Brothers released seven new character posters for the superhero flick with James wan directed movie set to open in December. We have amber heard col- kitman dolph Lundgren Willem Defoe. And of course, Jason momoa
"lundgren" Discussed on Cults
"Support for this podcast is brought to you by Postle from the twisted mine of Gareth Evans responsible for the raid franchise comes a new movie that will surprise audiences with the visually stunning and disturbing tale of a man in pursuit of rescuing his sister from a religious cult, starring Dan Stevens and Michael sheen apostle premiers, October twelfth, only on Netflix. Duda graphic nature of this cult's crimes. Listener discretion is advised. This episode includes discussions of murder and assault that some people may find offensive. We advise extreme caution for children under thirteen. On December thirty first nineteen eighty nine, a tipster contacted the ATF or bureau of alcohol tobacco firearms and explosives the tipster advised agents to go to a barn located at eighty six seventy one Chardon road in kirtland Ohio. There the bodies of the missing Avery family could be found buried in the dirt. By January third, local police had secured a warrant and Rabl to follow up on the tip. After digging through piles of rocks and garbage. The police found suspiciously soft dirt below. They eventually unearthed the bodies of Dennis Avery, his wife, Cheryl and their daughters fifteen year old Trina thirteen year old, Rebecca and seven year old, Karen the prosecutors chief assistant in kirtland later recalled not only the terrible smell in the barn. But the reaction of the local police. He said, quote, there was some pretty seasoned law enforcement officers there that day. And I remember the effect it had on them when it was clear that children had been murdered two and put everyone already knew who was responsible. His name was Jeffrey Lundgren, and he was convinced he had the power of God. Hi, I'm Greg Poulsen Vanessa Richardson, and this is cults today. We're taking a deep dive into the kirtland cult. Originally an offshoot of the Mormon church leader. Jeffrey Lundgren eventually convinced his followers to commit mass murder for him. You can listen to previous episodes of cults as well as all of par casts other shows wherever you listen to podcasts, a new episode comes out every Tuesday. A lot of you have asked how you can help support the show. And if you enjoy the podcast, the best way to do that is to leave a five star review. You can also find us on Facebook and Instagram as at par cast and on Twitter at par, cast network. The kirtland cult was started by Jeffrey Lundgren in kirtland Ohio in nineteen eighty-seven. The called eventually numbered up to twenty adults and their children with some of the moving into Lundgren's home at eight, six, seven one Chardon road Lundgren formed the cult around his new interpretation of scripture eventually convincing his followers that he was God's last prophet. The cult ended after London, coerced his followers into murdering the Avery family, which led to his arrest January seventh nineteen ninety and eventual execution by lethal injection on October twenty. Fourth, two thousand six in part. One of our two part series will focus on Jeffrey Lundgren himself, his background psyche and how he turned from a troubled child into a cult leader in partout will broaden our focus from London to the cultivar ended known as the kirtland cult will learn about what the cult believe. How long used mind control to instill fear in his followers and how the cult eventually ended in the murder of an entire family. Jeffrey Lundgren was born on may third nineteen fifty in Independence, Missouri. His parents were named Donald and Lois, and he had one younger brother. The family was well off financially and were members of the RL DS church, which stands for reorganized church of Jesus Christ latter-day saints to understand Lundgren story. We need to understand a little bit about the religion. He grew up in their many splinter groups under the general banner of Mormonism the largest of which is the church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints or l. d. s. these groups all differ in their specifics, but are United in the belief that a man named Joseph Smith who was born in Vermont in eighteen, oh five was a prophet of God. They believe that Smith through God's inspiration wrote the book of Mormon which includes new biblical teachings. Mormons regard the book of Mormon as part of their scripture. In addition to the. Old and New Testaments of the bible. Mormons also believe in something called continuous revelation, which Joseph Lundgren would later use for his own purposes. Continuous revelation is the idea that God or his divine agents continue to interact with humans through revelations. These revelations can come in the form of influenced by the Holy Ghost visions or visitations by divine agents like angels and prophets. This Mormon ideology has positive and negative consequences while it means that God can feel quite president everyday life. It also means that anyone can claim to have been visited by God or even be a profit. Some of the different splits within the Mormon religion have come from disagreements over whether or not someone is or isn't a prophet of God. In fact, one such disagreement led to the formation of the l. LDS by the eighteen thirties. Joseph Smith had amassed several hundred followers in both kirtland. Hi, oh, and Independence. Missouri kirtland was where Mormons in the mid west had initially gathered, but Smith claimed that independence was where the Mormons should establish Zion because that's where Christ would make his second coming. But not everyone was welcoming of the settlers in eighteen thirty four when Mormons in independence were facing persecution from nonbelievers. Smith made an important prophecy Smith claim that God had visited him and said, quote, I will raise up onto my people, a man who shall lead them, like as Moses lead the children of Israel and coat when Smith died in eighteen forty four. Most of his followers pledged their allegiance to Brigham Young who led the Mormons to Salt Lake valley in present day Utah, but Smith's widow, Emma, stayed behind with her three children. Those who stayed with her believe that one of Joseph Smith's descendants should become the new prophet eventually Smith's son. Joseph Smith third took up the mantle. This faction of more. Romans eventually evolved into the LDS church as Jeffrey Lundgren's parents were well regarded members of the are LDS church. They would have believed completely in Joseph Smith's teachings. Don was even a church elder, but Jeffrey was not always a believer. He's quoted as saying, I would sit there on Sundays and people would be in tears, talking about the Lord's presence and his love, and all these strange events that they claimed happen to them. And I would think that something was wrong with me because I felt absolutely nothing and nothing had happened to me like what they were describing. I was stone cold
'Creed II': Michael B. Jordan risks it all for Creed-Drago Round 2 in new trailer
"Were just watching Brian. The creed will not the trailer, but they have this sort of side by side because it's a, it's it's creed, son, yes. Donna's Adana fighting play by Michael Jordan Geragos leave. His name is Victor Drago played by Michael Jordan right that that would be a hell of an acting feet. The plot is I understand it from the creed to trailer, which I think was released today is that a donnas creed, the son of a Pollock creed will be fighting and trained by naturally rocky Balboa fighting Victor Drago the son of the site under on Drago who killed in what was supposed to be exhibition match. Just an exhibition, right? Apollo because rocky did not tell. Well. Did you turns out and you're right, Andy, the trailer did just come out today. So when have in right. I. They have is top and bottom sort of side by side comparison of rocky in a moment, staring down Drago in the new movie and rocky staring down Drago in the old movie and rocky four, which was eighty six. I think it's eighty six and and I was just remarking how dolph Lundgren kind of looks pretty good and looks like he's had less worked on than than rocky who. And if you look at the clip from rocky four still on it already started getting work done. I face the face. Rocky four is not the face that he hasn't raw just standard of looking like you've had less work than Stallone like that's not a high Bartik visible. Basically in less your Mickey Rourke, you're gonna pass. I'm just saying, doll flyer looks pretty
"lundgren" Discussed on X96
"Which is swimming the freedom Swimming to freedom and that is about this. Took place in Vermont authorities say that a man on the, run from police. In Vermont In an escape attempt he decides this is a good idea He drives. His, car into a lake. And tries to swim for it hey So a store clerks all this. Robber by the way, the guy's. Wearing an ankle monitor thirty eight year old Stephen sailor, of Berg, Vermont sale, so police traced to a car travelling through Berkshire Vermont they, say sailor slate sailor lead officers on a twenty mile chase, into Saint Albans where he drove onto a dock and then into lake Champlain they say. That Mr. sailor got out of the car and tried to swim for. Safety But police just went to an adjacent dock She's Got gotta get out. Somewhere Mr It was going to be like the movies where they get to the end of the dock and go Oh he's gone, he's hospitalized for. Treatment of injuries but. Yeah they pulled his car from the lake Boehner candidate number one swimming to freedom Boehner candidate number two Rand. Paul can be beaten So Kentucky secretary of state Alison Lundgren Grimes reportedly jokes last week about. The assault on Senator rand Paul by his neighbor saying when he's cut, when he's up for reelection this shows. He can be beaten You see because his neighbor beat him up in a dispute k.. Associated Press reporter Adam beam tweeted that the democrat Alison Lundgren Grimes made the. Remark at a, local fancy farm picnic. In Kentucky on Friday, which Kentucky political candidates often use as, the kickoff for election campaigns MS Grimes is considering running for governor as. A democrat in two thousand nineteen and she said just ask his neighbor, he can be beaten I o Grimes remarks sparked a response from rand Paul's chief strategy strategist Doug Stanford who made reference to, Grimes failed twenty fourteen Senate run when she attempted to assist unseat. Mitch McConnell he said that's almost a sad and pathetic is her last campaign. Mitch beat her, so bad he almost. Got charged with a. Hate crime Alison Lundgren. Grimes said attractive candidate nice looking woman democrat Probably not smart, enough to be running for office, hate to. Say it but you just gotta watch yourself you can't you can't do. That Boehner candidate number. Two coming up in a moment Boehner candidate number three I should have split these up because it's. Another democrat making another really dumb. Move string him up Ran polls in Russia right now by the way Yeah Busy. Yeah what's he doing? There, I Excellent. Question. He's. Visiting the a specialist? Mind All right we got Boehner candidate number three for round two coming up after this big boy news and.
"lundgren" Discussed on KGO 810
"All the prices were going down and taking delta to new york oh by the way ever think the big companies are trying to take advantage of planned obsolescence you ever think that i know you do genius young man eric lundgren solving electronic waste sentenced to federal prison for fifteen months after federal appeals court miami rejected his claim that restore discs here's making available to people for like twenty five cents because you have a computer they didn't ship you with a cd you can extend the life of your computer just by reloading the operating system from scratch that most people don't realize i do that every couple of years on my computers but you don't know how you don't understand it you don't you know a lot of people don't get how to create a restore disc of windows so he was doing it for twenty five cents company print them all you had to have a valid license everything was above board but because he was being an intermediary to help you then infringed on microsoft's license and their rights so he owes what's his fines fifteen months in prison and what's the fine on this i can't see the number anywhere fifty thousand dollar fine because he was trying to save those computers from going into the electronic waste stream it's a conspiracy against you and me just remember that create your own restored is keep the copy of the operating system reload your operating system every couple of years your computer will last you multiple additional years all right boy if you didn't think that was the onion we're going to have the real not the onion coming up in just a moment ten traffic from the chilton auto body traffic desk got a brand.
"lundgren" Discussed on Off The Hook
"Okay so basically both were indicted on a chart wait why would both indicted as part of a sting this doesn't make any sense either both were indicted on a charge of conspiracy to traffic and counterfeit goods and criminal copyright infringement wow wolf made a plea deal and received a sixmonth homer s cents you know something about this in the washington post but something about this makes absolutely no sense if the government sting why is this guy being sentenced for being a part of this government sting lundgren then pleaded guilty oh he's guilty he pled guilty while if you've ever listened to this show you know that we've dealt with many cases of people having to plead guilty because they had no choice because they didn't plead guilty they're guaranteed decades in prison and if you ever get a traffic offence you will wind up pleading guilty to something you didn't do in order to prevent more drastic charges from being filed against you it's the nature of our justice system that's how it works shouldn't be the case shouldn't be the case but that is how it is so he pled guilty but he argued that the value of his disks was zero so there was no harm to anyone neither microsoft or any computer manufacturers sell restore discs they supply them free with new computers they make the software available for free downloading for those who are paid for the software and received a licensed typically a sticker with us for ticket of authenticity number on it now longer and said he was trying to make the discs available for those who needed them and they could be.
Gmail Just Got a Big Makeover. Here's What's New
"These are the daily tech headlines for wednesday april twenty fifth twenty eighteen i'm tom merritt google launched changes to g mail wednesday among the new features are message specific two factor authentication self deleting messages the ability to revoke sent messages and the ability to restrict forwarding copying or downloading can also hover over an email in your list take actions without actually opening the message including snoozing it g mail will also resurface emails that things have a time sensitive nature there's a visual redesign that adds tasks notes and calendar to the sidebar and the web version of g mail now has an offline mode the changes will roll out slowly and users will be asked before changes for them google is also launching a google tasks app amazon has introduced the echo dot kids edition it adds a parental control dashboard and offers different colored cases among the features are a one year subscription to the free time unlimited bundle of kids audiobooks apps and shows childfriendly answers to questions and an explicit lyrics filter it's available for preorder now for seventy nine dollars evidence has been found in code that microsoft's next addition of windows ten codenamed redstone five we'll offer a lean addition for devices with limited storage microsoft will remove unnecessary components like regimented and internet explorer that are not usually used on cheap laptops and tablets a federal appeals court confirmed that eric lundgren must serve fifteen months in prison and pay fifty thousand dollars in a fine for attempting to sell microsoft windows restore discs on grin wanted to sell the discs for twenty five cents each to refurbishing shops to save them the time of making the restored this themselves which they legally could do for free.
"lundgren" Discussed on Pardon My Take
"Need like a dull lundgren like catchphrase whenever you got somebody around remember when you block that shot off steph curry's face finished yeah you've been you've been finished or just finished on your face and it's just like like blood sport like off of the more lecomba yeah exactly that's exactly what we need to do okay using the finished with two and so almost think they actually spill with an yes using that someone yeah we're not we're we're we're not we're tellers not speller so fishy forgot one yeah i like that what was the house the mortal combat it was it just you've been finished finish him finish it so when you do that finish him yeah i'm gonna make it a shirt can i use your likeness please yes that was record have you do you have a nickname in finland in your i really don't have a nickname so i'm kind of been waiting for someone who come come come and then you can finish people i think that's one we gotta go with or you could just take the durant la since he threw that one away said i'd rather be what the servant yes so kevin durant abandoned durant's you can squad on that if you like i mean i don't know we could just fits just as well as kevin durant i mean i guess a durant part but everything else didn't make the finisher refrain reaper and then he finishes in their face i like it would who's a who's the hardest guy you had to guard this year bra did you yeah and i mean he's soft though like he cries a lot right wouldn't go that far see what you need is you need joke him noah to come back to the bulls and give you tips on how to get his head because he would always be able to get into lebron's head so that lebron would score forty points and not fifteen pretty it was a huge upgrade do you think about just getting faddish shit like shack the white shack if you got up to like three hundred pounds to start throwing your body around that would be awesome i mean the journey to get there would be more fun than a destination just eat whatever you want for like a year what's the what's like i think years going to do it looking pretty skinny i think i could put how much you weigh right now to two twenty five twenty five okay i could put seventy five pounds on a year in my training read yeah listen training i mcdonald's or year and you just live into mcdonalds what's what's the number one finish like meal a lot of fish yeah we do a lot of time food when my mashed potatoes and reindeer reindeer a little chunky i've never seen a fat health oh yeah yegor from finland yeager meister denmark i think firminy same thing i don't drink i call on drink trink shoe right vodka never do you get mad that when we just like confuse all the scandinavian countries for each other like i just assumed norway sweden finland all the same thing to get your like angry underneath as a swedish person i take great offense to yes yeah do you were the fastest two hundred three pointers where you you have like a plaque or anything for that that's a pretty big accomplishment i didn't know even those thing but i guess they keep stats from everything so good answer i wasn't.
"lundgren" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"That's it that was basically the interview and i was good enough that's really all you want from greek you did both of them oh you do have adult longer and file you've got a delightful dolph lundgren file of sounds apparently got sui too oh really wait a minute we got to explain because they were so dirty they were so dirty miami and the large portion of the nation probably doesn't know what bullying music is.
"lundgren" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"And no one my blank arm and millar show on the air there yes they had a relationship i you know how i feel about jessica mendoza aliyurt outstanding i think she makes nna rogge khanna and he still gonna be part of fox is post game sosas recovered yet and joe thomas has gone to the car wash it the yokohama through an an espn kar wash today looks like maybe he's the leaning toward retirement let me just tell everybody this little piece of information that will throw to break in tough lundgren's going to join us here in studio any time you see somebody who is either a thinking of retirement or be just retired showing up on all of that some particular networks shows they have been brought in for an interview and the people who bring them in for an interview say while you're here want you go do show ex winds e a b and c for various reasons wanted shows and helps excess winds nab and see on the day but also it's a defacto trial they all do it and i'll networks done it some guests that we've had here recently were on the way to doing it i mean it it's it's it's the secret of our of our so i see joe thomas physically in connecticut going through a kar wash i'm thinking he's thinking about what's going on and maybe you watch you'll see him on all the fox shows are on the nfl network's shows in the next couple of weeks a he hasn't decided if he's going to come back and got a great swazis these gutted he's he's ready to roll on that front too and i've i feel that way okay quality news update various dov laundering chilling out on the rich eisen show green room couch how are you sir good to see you well things you are here in the flesh it's great to see a train like an action hero by dov longer and we will discuss that his acting career uh we've found out while you were making your way here adolfo you once shared nellor beta rod with how we long who is on an hour number two bogeys over there you okay there were go same haircut zeynep the.