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Fresh update on "malkin" discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Host mark malcolm in the three seasons poses on the air. Mj rodriguez became a household name for her portrayal of house. Mother blonde cup here. Rodriguez opens up about blunkett's legacy life. After poe's she's going to be starring opposite. Meyer rudolph upcoming sitcom and how. She feels about caitlin jenner. I talked to rodriguez from her home in new jersey. Just days after the series finale aired on fx and she debuted her new single say during a surprise performance of the out. Loud music passed in. Los angeles are you. I'm good. i'm scum the hold grant. I have your gorgeous you look. How's life treating you. How how how's it. I get on stage and performing for how many people the other night. I think i think it was. What rebound hundred. It felt good. If would be good to get on stage in it. I just avenue. Waiting on a stage in florida owned music for a while now. I'm only at it literally is a great song. I have something to say boy that. 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Tanev Scores Late, Penguins Beat Islanders 5-4 in Game 3
"The islanders and penguins went back and forth with goals in a raucous third period before Brandon ten I've put a cap on things and Pittsburgh held on for a five four win New York came into the third down by two tied it up before the six minute mark then the teams traded goals again before ten of batted one home out of midair was our best period but in the day we found a way to win and and that's what matters the guys came together as a group and we battled through adversity and I got the web for Pittsburgh Kris letang had a goal and two assists Jeff Carter had two goals in Afghani Malkin returned to the lineup with two assists I'm well you guys
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Differences as a Douglas on who with me will wells. Who who's just really really wonderful and has been. You might see him whenever we buy right now. This is a pianist is perfectly i they did. Grammy sounds a change last night. Imagine that was him playing. And when the that's been we did the opening of the premiere of it that concept that was playing And he's the executive producer with me on the hour and he's been wonderful and walked meets. Grace really useful pieces some which offer much about me in my life and The things i been some stab In detail and other pieces over the about the people. I've met He's had and what i've seen Some of it is about why we all right now. The wild living in a couple of songs were written over. Zoom in this in this hounds a recorded all of it redecorated oval Write them overgrowth copies in that. Go back into or to make them what they are a record of it during the pandemic and most of that was whilst shooting aretha so own. Gt and trying to get this together. And i'm really proud of it. A dink is that it's hard to tell people will up seating it to a couple of people just having this to comes back with something to you know i. You know the so-called speak. Sarah unready love. It feels like a country song by accident But it but i really love it and it's about you know everyone was there a couple of sons of about what's going on in the world. In general i had written those songs. Two years crimea. So i didn't know we were going to go through this whilst we're going through but i ended up writing songs that was speaking to what was happening to the well. What was going on. Very strange Sweet sarah whilst we're going through it felt like a song about the individual that's what it was. Maybe joe who's going through this time alone in the house by themselves without any wants tool to and we'll When when a person who thrives on the spirits of like other people being around the daring that joint with is now having to be confined to the home button zones. And they don't have that just more is no doubt that can seek in about seat in about who they are and did they get enough or you know whether that having around and i wanted to you know. Give an ode to those alone. So i work very long. I don't know why. I didn't take maryland's right for songs often because once the idea is that fools out of this one nighttime or even grain about an hour twenty minutes and say i was surprised because it was like holy bull in my brain already like my writing about breaking bones person. Who's on have and she's a good passage but she's being very doubtful to name. Sarah sarah could it be local sweet sarah. So that's the name and that sort of how it happened insult altogether you know i. I wrote a song about my dad's in that called your not here which is really special And i think you might love that song and that may be makes you. And why have i do have to tell you. I lost my brother recently unexpectedly. I've been listening to come here. And i actually. I wasn't going to tell you this I put it on twitter and facebook. I took the lyrics. And i crossed out the she and sister and changed it to brother and i said i hope the color purple doesn't mind that ice bar their lyrics because really. It's helped me get through this with my brother. Thank you thank you. Yeah but you're i'm in your music as healing has really healing will feel when they hear the all in collection of stories that got me connected to me and i hope it allows people to get as well and are you going to be allowed to own the masters be allowed to of this one yet but who knows maybe this might stop conversations about being able to you know every single one just seeing you last night on the special on the grammy's special. I'm like oh that's the blueberries coming. I mean that that ensemble you are Like only on these india gets away with up. Did that. And i. I just know that you know i i really enjoy i enjoy. I enjoy the statements. That can make i enjoy. -joy can brings people see i like you know. I definitely never boring with it. I knew i didn't know you know. I would love to do by the way i think. That's it feels like inevitabilities it you know. Even if it's just a collaboration with design you see something like a capsule collection. I would love to do that. Yeah we're gonna put that out there. That could be the next thing out of a mark malcolm interview. I don't wanna give myself too much power but like they just come back. Because i'm going to get a call from your agent. Listen up for this role on the red carpet. Asked her to sing this. Let's say you're amazing. It was good seeing you. Hopefully the next time in person again. Thank you very or wing. Break a wing beyhive. That was cynthia areva. I hope you enjoyed today's show. Don't forget to follow me on twitter and instagram. At marc malkin for safe and be well and please keep wearing your masks. See you soon..
Malkin records 1,100th NHL point, leads Pens to win
"Pittsburgh Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry turned aside forty two shots as the penguins beat the Boston Bruins four to one the forty two saves are the second most of Charlie's career and the most for him in a Pittsburgh victory making myself as big as possible and is trying to use my boxing the chances I can't this after getting off to a slow start to the season and getting Malkin scored a goal and assisted another extending his point streak to eight games hitting eleven hundred points in his career Sidney Crosby scored a goal and assisted two more J. cancel and Evan Rodrigues also found the net as Pittsburgh's win streak is now at six games that griz looks scored for Boston which has now lost nine of its last thirteen contests Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
McCann's late goal lifts Penguins past Flyers 4-3
"Jared McCann's goal with less than ten minutes remaining proved to be the difference as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Philadelphia flyers four to three the goal for McCann is his third in the last five games since returning from a three week injury a big boost for Mike Sullivan's team I think he's trying to do the little things out there you brings good speed I think his wall play has improved I think he's getting himself into the areas of the rink where he needs to get the looks and and and and as a result I think you start to score goals Evgeny Malkin scored and assisted another bold Zach Aston Reese and Bryan rust also found the net for Pittsburgh Tristen Jari made twenty one saves as the penguins are now thirteen nine and one this year Travis connect me Kevin Hayes and Shayne Gostisbehere scored for Philadelphia now twelve six and three Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
House passes police reform bill, Florida Police Union Leader says some parts "unnecessary"
"The leader of a statewide police union says a sweeping police reform bill moving through Congress includes things that are unnecessary. The George Floyd Justice in Policing Act passed the house and it's on its way to the Senate. It includes the creation of the national registry to track police misconduct. But Florida Police Benevolent Association President John Kazanjian says the state already has a public record of cops have been disciplined. He says another thing not necessary here. We don't need that didn't review boards. We have the Criminal Justice Commission that Hole just to task on any type of issues that we have Pakistan Gene's biggest issue with the bill is it would take away qualified immunity, which could lead to throngs of lawsuits against individual officers, he says. For minor things, not under their control. I'm Joel Malkin
Penguins top Islanders 4-3 on Crosby's shootout goal
"Evgeni Malkin scored with eighteen seconds left in regulation before Sidney Crosby provided a long shoot at tally in the penguins four three win over the islanders the house was three times the last coming on MapR cells goal was six twenty five remaining in the third Casey DeSmith like New York after that making five saves in overtime and three more stops in the shootout Bryan rust and Zach Aston Reese also tallied for the penguins who won for only the second time in six games while ending the islanders two game winning streak I'm Dave very
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Welcome back to just for variety. A marc malkin. Salma hayek plays isabelle a drug addict opposite. Owen wilson and mike. Hose new trippy. Indeed unless it's not an easy movie to define so let hayek you that for us. She also opened up about her upcoming role as ajax in the much anticipated. Marvel movie a turnover director by nomad. Land homer so zhao and of course i couldn't not ask hayek to weigh in on the presidential election lists can you explain it to people beforehand. What it's about. Yes but you have a choice because the audience kind of this gun decide what to watch movie to see. There's two versions of it but it doesn't matter what you see don't worry. It's not an abstract theme beginning to land. It works both ways and they can choose to see a movie that it's about two people struggling with addiction and using using substance to escape reality or they can choose to see a scifi movie That talks about a bliss world. Where i play a scientist that creates an ugly world so that some of us can go into these simulation an experienced these world so we can appreciate the bliss world because by now everybody takes it for granted and used it. So how did you get a hold of this script. The script comes to you read it. Were you told what it was about or that they say you know what re descript first and go from there. We'll i was a fun of mike of my work. And i got a call from my agent. Who said mike has a film and he wants to for the lead. And i go. I love him. The this this director the these in the move as i know who he is. Are you kidding me. And he wants to talk to you. Got on the phone with him in. He could mexican fashion. I know he's not mexican but he was so passionate. Have you talked to him about the field mexican russian in he started going on on known about all these geeky things. I didn't understand the half of them. He was very technical and very fast. But he definitely had a very clear vision over no regional movie where i played two characters that were completely opposite to each other and within all the geeky talk. There was very specific human explorations that grounded the field not to be just like some crazy sifi. We're not out there to try to save the world. And i thought i was so lucky to do find something so original and by the way where my agent. My nieces and my looks had nothing. He saw me from the beginning. I still don't understand. Why i i do a kind of do now. But i said yeah. Let's let's do it. Send me the script. He's like but wait. Yes you want to describe as it. Now let's just do it. But i'll read the script of course and then we'll meet and we'll talk about it so more when i understand that in context and that's how it happened very easy. What did you learn about yourself. Playing is about like you said you're playing to almost two different characters. So what did you learn about yourself. A lot of really useful things for the time. Being the first one was that he gave us the choice to decide as an actor. What film you doing. And i decided to lay at an addict and it was not even one week into the movie where i would no. No this is real like the character took over me because the actors was playing and unedic thought this was the reality and then she was going to have her moments of insecurity and not even like maybe three days. No no this is real. And all these some of the technical stuff that mike would above bus that i didn't understand became super clear to me and i got into it and i got into it so i completely from something that i didn't believe in completely changed because i i was always interested in quantum physics but the i will leaving into a simulation was not something that attracted me as march. And why does this help me. We come out gerona hit the world goes crazy now people and i'm sure you have some that you thought you start giving you theories about what's happening that has no logic whatsoever in your brain. He like you'd think they're in drugs in cold like you and you're like what and before. Maybe i would have been judgmental. Now i i. I'm not a needs to become really helpful. Because we are leaving without going into another dimension in so many different realities and and they are like like with religions. That's what israel for who you're talking to and so i'm very open. I listen don't judge an i understand so it gives me a little bit less of an scientology. There's never been a time in history where we wonder why. What's the truth even when we watch the news. What is the truth. And it's depending who you talk to another thing that was really helpful is the subject of appreciation. you know. finish the movie. We go into confinement and everything has a different value every the dinners with your friends even getting dressed to into even doing a hundred interviews. I get to talk to be get to sneed from p bully you know. Everything has a developer. She ation how much did you know about addiction to play the addict. And how much did you feel like you needed to know. Oh i have some have lost some close friends to addiction. But i still did my research with mike also so that we were with research both things and we created by the way our whole background for her that. It's not in the movie that even if it was the ugly world it was her background. The agree in the simulation so it would work both ways. I mean i came from a family where i was the first one to go to college. This is not in the is not to.
Publix vaccine appointments booked up in South Florida
"To get that to get Corona that Corona virus virus vaccine vaccine at the South at the South Florida Florida Public stores Public stores completely completely booked booked public's public's opened opened registration registration for 45,000 for 45,000 appointments appointments on Friday on Friday before before they filled they filled up up public public says that says eligible that eligible Florida Florida residents residents will be will able to be log able to on log again on again at 6 at A.m. 6 next A.m. Wednesday. next Wednesday. As long as As they long receive as they the receive expected the expected vaccines, vaccines, Select Select public's public's pharmacies pharmacies and 18, and 18, Florida Florida counties counties are distributing are distributing the shots. the shots. I'm Joel Malkin I'm Joel Malkin Stores Stores in Palm in Beach. Palm Martin Beach. Martin and and Moreau counties Moreau counties are administering are administering that vaccine that vaccine
Publix vaccine appointments booked up in South Florida
"To get that Corona virus vaccine at the South Florida Public stores completely booked public's opened registration for 45,000 appointments on Friday before they filled up public says that eligible Florida residents will be able to log on again at 6 A.m. next Wednesday. As long as they receive the expected vaccines, Select public's pharmacies and 18, Florida counties are distributing the shots. I'm Joel Malkin Stores in Palm Beach. Martin and Moreau counties are administering that vaccine
Gov. DeSantis announces expanded Publix vaccinations throughout Florida
"Public's pharmacies in the state will start to distribute the Corona virus vaccine this week, Governor Romney Sanderson, the town of Jupiter announced all 67 public's pharmacies in Palm Beach County will be offering the vaccine not only one of our biggest counties, but you have 25% of this county is 65 older, he says. Seven public stores and neighboring Martin County and Two in Monroe will also have the vaccine available for seniors age of of 65 65 older, older, each each pharmacy pharmacy will will be be able able to to do do up up to to 125 125 inoculations inoculations a a day. day. Reservations Reservations will will be be taken taken starting starting tomorrow, tomorrow, with with the the first first shots shots being being given given out out on on Thursday. Thursday. I'm I'm Joel Joel Malkin.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"That job. I know it's the vast right. Didn't have to shoot one more day. Crazy and warner announced that the finish an investigation into justice league you part of that investigation at all but you surprise there even was one and are you happy. With how dare they said remedial action which we all of course don't know what that means. I don't know what the what that means. Either but i know that they've done a very thorough investigation even just by how much time is spent with them And yes. I'm curious to to know what's going to be the outcome then ryan reynolds and the rock yet. Okay there like two of the biggest pranksters jokesters. What did they do to you. What did they do and do. It's funny because we shot the movie. We started the movie back. I think january of this year and were shooting for a few weeks and then kovin hit and we hold it everything so when we came back on august or september it was such a different environment to be working on their the best. I adore them. And i loved working with them. But you know we shots in such crazy the entire crew had to be sequestered and had to be away from their families and the vote just the atmosphere and set is always filled with tension because people are so worried about kobe. Then everyone looks like spacemen because they're wearing all the gravy so we had a lot of fun working on the movie but we didn't prank. We felt like there was no room to be too goofy because the time was serious But but i'm so happy we got to finish the movie because it's such a weird feeling to to start to shoot a movie and then stopped for eight months so i'm happy we've got to finish it and i'm so happy that i got to do this movie with them because they're the best as crazy action. Yes there's some crazy action your life in the military. Prepare you for all of this action work. It didn't really one would think like military. It sounds so what what you would think it would be. But honestly i think more than anything. The fact that i was a denser for twelve years before. That's what helps me with all the stunt work because it's all about learning the choreographies and the timing and it's about the movement so i think that that's something that really helped me to ever get hurt. Playing wonder woman After okay let me tell you this. Now i can talk about this freely but when we premiered with the i wonder woman i had just had maya. She was eight weeks. And i just and it was right after we finished shooting wonder woman and justice league. My had major hernia hernia on my back so the whole six weeks of the press that we did. I couldn't sit. I can only lie down or stand up so if you go back now and you see all of my interviews always tending. I remembered that And when the movie premiered finally on june six they think it was. I wasn't the o. Are giving my back sticks or gay and in this one on this one I heard my neck and my shoulder with it is what it is such a physical roll like the physicality is another character. That i have a it. Has its toll so the herniated back was because of wonder woman and then you have a baby wonder woman justice league so i shot the movies two movies for a year over year so it was both of them and having a baby boom you are wonder woman literally are wonder woman stay safe. Be well and We'll see you next time. Be well we save. Wouldn't take a short break but returned. I'll be talking to reggae john. Page star of netflix's new period. Soapy series bridgeton. We'll be right back. We'd like to give thanks to the nurses. America relies on azure is in helping nurses connect with their families is the least we can do. That's why we're giving more to those who give the most nurses and their families get our best pricing ever on unlimited with five g included at no extra cost five g nationwide included on all unlimited plans five g ultra wideband included on select unlimited plants. Five g ultra wideband available only in parts of select cities five g nationwide available in eighteen hundred plus cities because the people we rely on deserve network they can rely on. That's verizon welcome back to the big ticket. I'm your host mark malkin. You may know reggae. John page from his work on the two thousand sixteen miniseries roots and shonda rhimes short series for the people. Now it's time for his most high profile to date in brigitta shonda rhimes first scripted series. As part of her netflix deal page stars as a duke in regency london gets involved with a young society. Woman named daphne. Richardson is not your grandmother's period. Piece in this british empire the queen is and the aristocracies populated with people of different ethnic backgrounds. People you probably wouldn't see in jane austen novel. The series is narrated by julie andrews as the voice of lady whistle down. And if you listen carefully you'll hear music from arianna. Guerande and shawn mendez. Being played during some of the high society opulent parties. Here's reggae john pitcher congratulations on the show. And oh my god so much fun. My husband and i started watching. Dan semi early and we started watching. We didn't stop. The stop was because there was some episodes. That sounds some of the green screen and we didn't want it to be only really wanted to watch when we solid. It's so good. It's i had no idea what to expect on please. I'm so happy that you enjoy to left from it. Green screen all night. Yeah and then you know the music. My husband's like wait. That's shawn mendes on it and was sneaky like that. A sense of founded mischief like weaved throughout everything. It's in the threat of the edit. The music the acting the costumes like this. Where gonna mischievous place. So have you ever read a romance novel before you got this job. I mean i. i'm. I'm not big on boxing. Things into genre. I think most things already says to various degrees. It's all about kind of follow the dial you dial that him And so. I said to be yes. Let's see in the hospital. So i don't think i've read anything that is within the kind of romance. Seen box sites. My favorite thing about this job is new things new experiences and this has been very very fun to play around them. You know it's a new show. Tell everyone what is britain. What should we expect. What's the plot. What's different about it. Bridgeton is something a bit like if janus in matt gossip girl and maybe like forty five shades of gray and so we have fun in pair custody. The regency period. It's a thirteen. It is a romance and fantasy and it is a big wall. Regency hug that we deliver to you. Just the christmas. It's back there. Give those talking points. It's aw i gave them the talking points. It is more than a hug. Though i'm it strays into various booms and intimacy spoken like a bread basked. Were very very good. Repression game Very.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody. This is the variety and i heart. Podcast the big ticket. I'm marc malkin. Today i'm chatting with john boyega. Twenty eight year. Old british nigerian actor rocketed to fame playing finn in the final star. Wars trilogy. now he's taking on a different force. The police force boyega stars in the third installment of steve mcqueen's new amazon anthology series. Acts as a scientist who after his father is severely beaten by a group of dirty police officers in one thousand nine hundred eighty s london becomes a cop with aspirations of trying to change the system from the inside and then later in the show boyega opens up about the racist backlash he faced after being cast in star wars and his decision to stand up and speak out during. Black lives matter demonstrations..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody. This is the variety in Iheart podcast. The big ticket I'm Mark Malkin today I'm talking to Noah Joop just fifteen years old young Brit has become one of Hollywood's in demand actors after co starring in last year honey boy in Ford v Harare. He's now playing Nicole Kidman and Hugh grant son in the undoing much anticipated Hbo Thriller From David Kelly and directed by. Susanna Beer. Hitmen Stars in the undoing is a wealthy therapist in New York City whose life is turned upside down when her husband's choose but vicious. No is currently shooting Steven Soderbergh's next star on sampled. No sudden move could a marvel movie x for Young Noah find out after the break I'll be right back. What's it like to drive the Volvo xc ninety plug in hybrid. The thrill of a four hundred horsepower t eight twin engine. The joy of impromptu road traps? And the serenity him of electric power pure ego mode. Visit a DMV Volvo retailer today to experience the xc ninety recharge plug in hybrid for yourself. Back to the big ticket, I'm talking to the undoing Noah Joop. I caught up with him over zoom from Detroit where he's been filming Steven Soderbergh's no sudden move. Hey Are You Good how are you? All right. All right. Yeah you look very cozy. My. At in. My hotel. Room about to. Leave Detroit. Radio from Detroit. To. London been been destroyed for. Two months now while so I'm excited to get back home see my friends and. Chill, out for Christmas. Hopefully next year is better than this one. So how did how did you shoot for two months? I know you had to do quarantine and your hotel for two weeks? Yeah. Well, basically. A originally, it was kind of the shooting start a lot earlier So we got this coming to come out here earlier, and then they pushed this shooting back. And me and my Mama like listen it's all looking a bit in a we really wanNA. Shoot this movie. So we're just GONNA We're just gonNa Gal the an route that we know that we kind of going to be able to do it. So we go out there and then we had like four weeks of quarantine. And then until kind of everyone else arrived and things start to happen. And what was it like filming a set that has to you know Masks and has met suits and spray and disinfectant. It's so interesting like because of the list you people on this job and I only know from Ho face and I remember. So we you know we went I think. At lunch most he can help your mask on. So I went to lunch with. The does my hair and I saw them them mosque and they look so different doubt then loss get so weird it's like like completely different said that's pretty strange and the Moss is so irritating man and like you know I'm kind of lucky as an actor because oc wants one satin allowed to take off. You know you have a mask on while shooting but yeah. So it's been good for me but you know you see everyone else over the crew in having to wear that all day. Everyone's been papa troop on this with the whole heap thing. Where they testing you like crazy. Every other day I know most sets. It's like every other day. Yeah. I've had a loss shut down my throat. In Fun but named gotTa. Do you gotTa do? And it's a Steven soderbergh movie. Yeah. Yeah, how wild is that that? It's he's awesome like he before shooting he cold me like check in and everything we had like a two hour shot. You know and it was started on the on the move in it just went to like. People. In. General Movies in general. Filming I my first movie over the over the summer. We'll talk about that and Yeah he's just he's such a wise. Man, he yeah. I definitely he's. would courtroom genius in what he does Unin lots of other things too he definitely. Knows a lot of stuff. I mean, it's pretty amazing in your in your short career your short life you have had these mentors, I mean is there any project that you don't have one of the geniuses of Hollywood on project? In I mean. I look back at like the past few years and the people I've had the opportunity to talk to to like you learn from I mean honestly A. Intensive having a teaching in this business being on the sets, the I've been on has been so like all needed, just watching and listening. on all of these stats is honestly live needed to to kind of learn about this industry learn about. Acting and directing, and you know all of aspects of it Yeah it's it's been. You know I've. Worked to people at the top of that game and got it during the defend a little bit. And that's the only way learn how to swim. Yeah. How how has the last year I mean the last time I saw you. You were in the craziness of award season it's just non-stop non-stop. Obviously go into quarantine but how has your life I mean it's weird to ask people how life has changed in the last year because there is this pandemic going on. Professionally how wild has been few for.
Miami - Federal Judge Weighs Extension Of Florida’s Voter Registration Deadline After Online System Crash
"A federal judge could grant another extension to Florida's voter registration deadline as soon as tomorrow. The state's registration portal crashed Monday ahead of the original deadline. Secretary of State Loralee blamed an unprecedented volume of traffic for the issues extending the deadline for several hours last evening. A coalition of voters. Rights groups filed an injunction to get another extension. Judge Mark Walker this morning asked the state to provide data showing how many people per hour we're registering before the system crashed and how many were registering during the extension. Leah said. There were 1.1 million people logging in per hour Monday night. I'm Joel Malkin.
Millie Bobby Brown on her role as a young detective in 'Enola Holmes'
"People know Millie Bobby Brown for her work eleven on stranger things. But now the sixteen year old may have launched a new movie franchise round stars as Shrunk, homes little sister in a nola homes. The film is based on a series of books by Nancy Springer Nola homes also marks Brown's producing debut variety film critic Peter Praised Brown's performance in his recent review of the movie comparing her to a young cure nightly in pride and prejudice I talked to Brown via zoom from our home in Atlanta. How are you? Up and very good. Just quarantining hoping my dogs do not bark. Don't here too. So you're good. How are you doing in quarantine? How have you been keeping saying? I mean just staying healthy in Finding creative outlets a been learning new things. Talk, art senior on Tiktok. Exactly. I just been doing. I've just been trying out new things unlike because there's nothing else to do and it's a great time to just. Focus on your style focus on things. Are Important to you. So for me on definitely focusing more on own news and things like that. Yeah it's really fun. So a known homes such a fun movie so much fun. Br you familiar with the books were you familiar with the series at all? Yes. No I read. So I read the book a few years that with my own page, she read it before I did and then told me to read it and So I was familiar with the I definitely was I knew the story I'm what I, what I also knew that I wanted to play. So I kind of like. How do we get this to happen my dad? WHO's incredibly pus Vera Vera and he wanted to make this time to lives, which is a thing and he. You know he found studio for found legendary we then found a ride to respond our director and it was it was amazing. It was it happened relatively Fox for you know a Hollywood, don't like that. What do you like about a Nola? What I like Batman alleged incredibly braves She has the will to be vulnerable hush humorous funny She kind of a ends gender gnome she's not a great address. She's UNAPOLOGETICALLY herself and I. Love I. Love that about Ho what did you learn about yourself playing her? Island in alone is a good time to find just. You know I was I. Think. In edges right now is it's it's a challenging time because you get your afraid that. To be alone, you're afraid to be lonely it's not nice to be lonely but. Still whilst illness I realized that actually the facts that she is alone, it helped to find herself and so you don't need those of people around you to keep you happy. You can make yourself happy and that's what I land will thumbing this film Definitely Quarantine has helped me focus more on that. I've definitely.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody. Welcome to today's episode of the variety IHEART podcast. The big ticket I'm your host Mark Malkin coming.
Miami - Florida teacher reassigned amid porn investigation
"A Florida teacher accused of watching pornography is he wrapped up a virtual class. The Indian River County Sheriff's Office got a call from the school district at a teacher possibly transmitted pornographic materials after Sebastian River High School student reported the teacher opening of different sites and videos. Featuring porn after most of the class had logged off for the day. The student called it very disturbing and quickly made a video for evidence. The teacher was using his personal computer to teach the class. District officials say that teacher's been reassigned pending a full investigation. I'm Joel Malkin
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody. Welcome to today's episode of the variety IHEART podcast. Big Ticket. I'm your host. Mark Malkin coming up on today's show I..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Hey everybody. Welcome to this week's episode of the variety Iheart podcast the big ticket I'm your host Mark Malkin..
When a myth becomes a mystery
"Owls Welcome to kids Miss Mysteries! I'm your host kid crumb today. When a myth becomes mystery for today's Podcast, I decided to begin with the definition of terms I started with myth I went to my webster dictionary and came away with the following a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of people, explaining some natural or social phenomenon, and typically involving supernatural beings events, next I locked up mystery something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain I needed a local place or event that fit both definitions and had more from myth to mystery, and decided on Mount, Shasta California Shasta a dorm volcano located at the southern end of the cascade range in Siskiyou. County. California is has erupted approximately. Approximately every eight hundred years for the past ten thousand years and vulcanologists will tell you it is overdue. It has seven glaciers, three small glaciers on the southern flank for the larger ones are located on the north and east flanks for those who live next to the volcano, especially on the north side in the Lake Shasta area remnant from the last eruption are easily visible, ranging from lava tubes amounts left by cry, pyroclastic flows Labra Shasta is an incredible site and occupies the lands of four native American tribes. The earliest myth was that the great spirit Scowl came down from the heavens and fought with the spirit of mountain. Ussamma known today as Crater Lake. Indeed this is how the ancient. Ancient people of the area explained volcanic activity for years. It was believed that Shasta contain sacred healing waters during the eighteen eighties, teenage psychic rhetoric Spencer Oliver who lived in the nearby town of White. Rica wrote a book a dweller on two planets. It was published by his mother in nineteen five six years after his death. It was among the pages of that book. That young Oliver, mentioned the many tunnels and chambers in and Beneath Shasta some will tell you that the publication of dweller onto planets was went. Myth turned to mystery for Mount, Shasta, remember now that myth is a traditional story, especially one concerning the early history of people or explaining some natural, a social phenomenon, typically involving supernatural. Supernatural beings or events and mystery is something that is difficult or impossible to understand or explain tunnels and chambers below Shasta is certainly hard to explain it and qualify as a mystery but Oliver, and perhaps hundreds of other authors claim that these chambers are occupied by the survivors of Atlantis still others describe Americans remnants of a lost civilization as the occupants who occasionally wander into the town of Shasta city to trade gold for supplies. Any locals of the area described little men from Shasta that only come out at night, wandering the surrounding woods collected herbal edibles Shasta has been variously described as a doorway to another dimension. I hidden UFO base, a time warp and containing a black hole, still malkin. will explain that CHASTA's Bass. Lava tunnels are filled with molten rock at it is the fifth most likely of all knows the United States to erupt next so there you have it. Mount Shasta Crate example of a myth that's turned into a
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Team. Simon because I think that there's like vava boom, sexy chemistry there, but I think long game. Obviously Max is like the husband material. So, you'll have fun with Simon, and you ready to settle down, there's mounts yeah. Jane. This was amazing. This is so much fun. Thank you for doing this is. That was. Jane starves always extraordinary playlist. That's it for today's episode of the big ticket coming up next Tuesday. A very special guest Ms Miley Cyrus. The Child Star turned superstar opens up about her family, being in therapy and her return to acting in black mirror I have cyrus and a whole lot more next week's episodes of the big ticket for now don't forget to follow me on twitter and Instagram at Marc Malkin and for all the latest, Hollywood, news head over to variety dot, com well and stay safe and I'll see you next time..
"malkin" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
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"malkin" Discussed on The Highwire with Del Bigtree
"Only Man America we are getting good at this was an exciting rally of the usual suspects I think what's even more exciting is the brand new faces in voices that we are now seeing show up? Scientists, doctors members of the N. Double ACP, and of course, a brand new voice we've seen on the stage was syndicated columnists off in a Fox News Contributor Michelle, Malkin, was there Michelle joins me now. Michelle I was unable to make it to that rally. I found out about the last minute and wasn't able to get out there, but you were there and you know this is one of the first times at least I haven't seen any of these rallies that we've gone to before, so just give me a sense. Why why now? Why did you show up? For this rally on on medical freedom and an attack on sort of the the vaccine exemptions in Colorado. Deli it was magical end your definitely there in spirit if he were there physically and work that you have done on this to electrify, educate so many people is paying off, and certainly the the outpouring of support three thousand at least three thousand people must reading within forty eight to ninety six hours, because as you referenced, this was an attempt to blindside Colorado parents in suppress their voices very calculated. By the majority Colorado Democrats here in my adopted whom state where I've lived for years and did not work, and of course the bill went on to be passed by a party line vote, but it is not over until it's over and vigilance of all these parents that had have been awoken is not going away. That's a chance that many of the parents lead. Lead during the past couple of days, even as as there have been more hearings on it, we're not going away to answer your question about why me and why now I've lived here for twelve years, and in in large part when we moved from the East Coast, we were looking for a sanctuary safe-space for our kids to raise them the way we see fit. And the issues of family, autonomy, family, sovereignty, and particularly medical freedom have been at the forefront of our lives I have two teenagers. One of them has chronic illness in chronic pain, and we have experienced firsthand what it's like to challenge the medical establishment, and this goes back years to even when my youngest was a two month old, and we merely questioned in the most polite way possible whether we could delay the administration of the Hep B vaccine, which caused us to be kicked out of our pediatricians. Practice and I know that my story is the story of legions of families out there, so it was a perfect storm I was asked to speak in I jumped at the chance to do so. Well, it's amazing and you know I don't know if you grapple with this a lot of times, you know I'm being attacked. Now fact checkers are all over me and the questions you cannot you know report the news and be news, but the truth is first and foremost. I see myself as an American citizen and you know I've also recognized in my life and my career whether it was when I think I really came to this challenge when I went. Went to Haiti and I realized that as standing there with a camera, and there was a child that was wounded and parents finding they were trying to get a tent and trying to get set up and I. Just thought my job right now is to hold this cameron on supposed to see whatever happens whether these people die or live, but that's just not me. At the camera grabbed them. I moved to Michelle. Try helped him put up that shelter. Is that is that. Is that media? We somehow breaking the rules once we jump over and get involved in state, people's lives are hanging in the balance. You grappler think about that at all. I have over the years, and you try to honor this balance between being a journalist who is trustworthy and all we can do is. report the facts and make sure that every I is dotted. Every t is crossed. Everything is cited everything I. do everything I write about particularly this issue. It has hyper links to pubmed a journal articles, and you know all the most reliable sources that I can muster including your which I encourage so many new commerce to this debate, especially in the wake of the mess of these pandemic. Who are wrong over and over again as you pointed out in your lock so more people are coming to this for many different angles, not just the vaccine angle, and that was the emphasis of my testimony to because this is a civil rights issue as many of the members of the N. Double ACP, and people were coming from New Jersey to testify who grappled with this? It's also a data privacy issue, and once people start questioning this idea that you should always trust the experts. It opens up an entire new landscape of challenging establishment and authority that have lied to us. US lied to US terribly and cost so much in terms of our own kids, public health and safety absolutely let me make the point because we are a video format and not a written format, just like Michelle Malkin said. If you want to look into any of the stats, any of the the peer reviewed science that will provide on the show today. All you have to do if you're watching on facebook right now is going to the comments and type is c a n, just that those four letters and we will make sure that you get copies so that you can do. Do Your own investigation. I WanNa make this clear. I'm not here. We are not. Here's a high wire telling you what to think. We're trying to show you how to think where we're looking for the information. I want you to come to your own conclusions. If you just jump off of one person following and just started saying I'm going to do whatever del says, then you're not waking up..
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Podcast the big ticket. I'm your host Mark Malkin. Today's first guest is Caitlin deavere. The actress opens up about starring in unbelievable. The netflix series based on the true story of a high schooler. We've charged with lying to police about being ready. She was later exonerated when two detectives discovered, she had been telling the truth. Then later Rami Yousef the Funny Man Star the Hulu Series Romney, he talks season two's oscar-winning guest star, and what is like hearing his name called by Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston when he won a Golden Globe earlier this year I'll have developed Yousef coming up after the break. Stick around. I do want to note that. Both of these conversations took place before tensions erupted over the killing of George Floyd. Hey everybody welcome to this week's episode of the variety and Iheart podcast. The big ticket I'm your host Mark Malkin. Today's first guest is Caitlin, deavere the actress opens up about starring unbelievable. The netflix series based on the true story of a high schooler who is charged with lying to police about being raped. She was later exonerated when two detectives discovered, she had been telling the truth then later, Rami Yousef the funny man, Star the WHO series Romney. He talked season two's Oscar, winning guest star, and what it was like hearing his name called by Reese Witherspoon, and Jennifer Aniston when he won a Golden Globe earlier this year I'll have diva and Yousef coming up after the break stick around. I do want to note that both of these conversations took place before tensions erupted over the killing of George Floyd. Welcome back to the big ticket. Kaelin deavere is only twenty three years old, but she's been a working actress for more than a decade, and the last year has been somewhat of a breakout for her. All predictions point to her receiving her first emmy nomination for unbelievable deavere stars in the Netflix series. MOEE realize high school who's charged with lying about being raped before being exonerated after two detectives played by Toni Collette, America Weaver discovered she was telling the truth. The series is a hard and sometimes brutally realistic portrait of a legal system that forgot to serve and protect the most vulnerable among us. I spoke to deavere from her home in Los Angeles. So tell me about you. Get the script. Tell me about the first time sitting down with you know whether it was one episode. Two episodes had that work. And what were you feeling? Yeah, I remember. I was on my last week. Of Filming Book Smart with. When this came into my email inbox, and what came with the email was the podcast the article and the first episode. And I remember I was listening to the podcast. On the way to work On Books Marne, and then I read the episode. So fast and it. Just blew me away I. Think the first things that I thought this was like an old old story and is a story from the past, but not that. Long ago in the past it's happened, very. Y- recently, so that's the first thing that was super shocking to me, But I I was just completely moved by and thought. You know reading about Marie and her courage in her bravery, it was just the most. incredible story. I've ever written and she's one of the most brave people I've ever read about so all of that. Put together. It was just. Overwhelming to get sent something like this and for the creatives to want me to audition for it and I went in and auditioned for it and. It was. It was. The audition ever had to do. Honestly I mean I've I've D- I can count. Only to only two times I had to do like a really really intense on dishing room scene, and it was it was for short-term was one of the men in unbelievable. The two hardest additions ever had to do in my life and. It was really comforting to be in this on dishing rebrand. Believable has all of the people in the room are women I. Don't think that's ever I mean the producers and the director all women. It was amazing And Yeah it was I was just lucky I. I was just feeling really lucky to be auditioning then. I found out very quickly that I had gotten it. and. Timing wise I I got really lucky, too, because I was getting into this I was heading into this phase of. You know Actor worry I was just worrying about my next year, because I had spent so much time and built up so much anticipation for books, Mar and I was finally it was finally getting made, and I was so happy that it was. Just we were just shooting at I was just happy about that. And then I got distracted in that area that I realized like. Oh, I have no more works for. I have no more work so. And then this came along, and they wanted me to be a part of IT I. I! Don't even. Explain my. I was just really excited. I was so excited and I I I knew the. Some of the producers. Had produced. Justified so I was I have known him since I since I was twelve, so all of it was just the whole package was exciting. In fact that Tony and merit were a part of it, it was just also exciting. That's pretty amazing I. You went from books. Smart written directed by women. Obviously to female leads, and then you go to unbelievable. You just said the additional room was all women. You have Tony You have merit. That's some you don't hear of that a lot to go from one project to the next project that. How does that? Is that something. You're going to get used to be like hey. I just want women on my. Trojan, I WANNA get used to it. I WanNa work with many women as possible I I think naturally. Women are just comfortable around women and. Especially doing this kind of. You know this kind of show surrounded. I mean based at you know given the subject matter I think it's really really important that there was. A lot of women involved because. Being a woman unfortunately, if you have not gone through something. Like this, you definitely know another woman who has. And that's pretty much I think I could say that about any one. I think that that's like the the unfortunate truth, so. there just a lot of like. Amazing wonderful conversation happening and and everyone felts. Dairy herd and they're. The communication was really really solid, and it was always. You know it was. It was very obviously it was a very tough thing to do. On a day to day basis making this.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"Is when it gets a bit a bit messy. He's inspired by her head. Really really excited about our potential. So tell me about that. First Day on seven the Eddie the band performed. It was amazing man. The Band is incredible musicians incredible They didn't really know each other before so they had. I think maybe month of six weeks or so to get together and really become a band And I got to watch some of that happened and so you the way they communicate with each other the way to trust each other way. Listen to each other is amazing. We'd have these moments after said you're not be shooting days. It'd be like midnight and all of a sudden someone would get up there and pick up a horn based somebody a little. Something becomes Catarino drums in Everyone is just turn it into these jam sessions that would involve everybody's we had. We had a really top lot of late night. Dance artists at bed. Amanda I have to ask you about harsh. Tell me about that because the bond that this father and daughter have that obvious she lives in New York he lives in Paris. It's obviously they don't see each other a lot but she comes to Paris decides to stay. How did you? You didn't have to force a relationship because in many ways you guys didn't have relationship. So how do you balance that? Yeah that's that's one of the tricky things is that because the script didn't give us a whole lot to go on in terms tomorrow story ARC. It's through you did a metal at so we spent a lot of time together at restaurants or or you rehearsal room wherever we find suggest down. Try and come to some agreement on what the history of this relationship is being because some Informs everything and we see them. See each of the first time. I think we want to feel like is is a lot of life behind him right And Amanda I can't say I can't say enough about her G. so so smart so it really really gifted and I couldn't have asked what better saint partner really and truly she so spread but she's also character she seems we don't really meet her mom much. She's very much in our head to. She's very much her father's daughter in this guy. Yeah that's something that we were interested in exploring. Her mother is a is a white woman right in the show so we will Exploring this idea of her coming into her own identity or trying to figure out who she is. Monkey Life Our Father and his own connection to this music which is deeply rooted in all culture as a black man is something that we came to believe that her character was craving. You know So I think that's part of why we see them while they feel similar in a way 'cause they both have this like searching pink both insurgents of something of themselves. That has maybe been lost so. I'm glad you felt that as we really were. We were aiming today awesome. Andre thank you so much. This is awesome congrats on the show. Stay safe you all you same as thanks. That was under Holland. Thanks for listening to today's episode of the big ticket. I'm your host Mark Malkin coming next week beanie Feldstein. She Stars in the coming of age drama. Thirty how to build a girl plus a meet Rajavi. The young Israeli actor is getting a lot of attention in Hollywood for his portrayal of Yankee Netflix's unorthodox until then stay safe and be. Well see.
"malkin" Discussed on The Big Ticket with Marc Malkin
"I just want to thank everyone out there for listening because this week. It's happy birthday to the big ticket with Marc Malkin. We launched just a year ago and it has been quite a ride. It all started with my first guess. Scarlett Johansson Pre Larsen and. It's been an amazingly fun journey ever since without said let's get on with today's show. We have not one not two. But three drag Queens. I've got SHANGILA EURICO. Hara and Bob the drag queen the three or co hosts of we're here. Hbo's New Reality. Show which they traveled to small towns across the US to give drag makeovers to local residents. If you're anything like me you'll not only be smiling but also crying. My husband and I rushed the first three episodes and we definitely shed some tears. Each had a lot to say about transforming lies with the power of drag. What happened locals? Call the cops on them and how they feel about Cherry Pie being disqualified from this year's Ru Paul's drag race. After it was revealed she was cat fishing young men by pretending to be a casting director. It's all coming up after the break. Stick around an IT career at Ddat means owning the opportunity to play a crucial role in transforming how agencies operate join Gd it for challenging and impactful work that advances. Your career apply now at GD. It dot com slash careers. Welcome back to the big ticket years..
"malkin" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"This is their idea that we go around remaking the world making the world safe for democracy and I just I wish Libertarians would get a little bit more credit for having been right on this issue and that. Yeah this is a problem of big government. You got all of these. Deep State organizations lying to people propagandizing them and the troops are the ones who end up suffering. So I understand what you're motivated by compassion for the troops and wanting to support them but they're the ones who end up suffering for all this stuff and look at every theaters. We have nothing to show for it after all of this after all the trillions of dollars the thousands of lives that we've sacrificed not to mention the hundreds of thousands of lives of people in these regions who had been slaughtered. We have nothing we don't have one even quasi victory to show for it and they still go on. Yeah I'll I'll say this I mean I think it's Steve Sailer who Sort of distilled Everything that's wrong with neo conservatism With the phrase invade the world invite the world and You know Over the years you know going through my libertarian phase. And this sort of you know mainstream Free market conservative. You know Americans for prosperity phase and we talked talk more about that know in a second To where I am now firmly on the side of America I I think that We need to stop sending soldiers overseas to countries that hate us and we need to stop importing people from countries that hate us And it's really that simple. I think with regard free market economics and certainly. That's where I came from like I said you know being read on Milton Friedman and You know sort of essentially the The Wall Street Journal take on things You know when I was an early columnist for the La Daily News and the Seattle Times. You always very gung. Ho On writing columns about you know. Local Hareb Raiders who were oppressed by regulations and and such and I was a big cheerleader for school. Choice for example which is one of the biggest pet projects of Dc BASED LIBERTARIAN GROUPS. And then I realized what was really going on and it goes back to the idea of the virtue signaling of creating the semblance of conservatives whether when I said that a lot of them are motivated by good faith. I'm talking about Blake. The rank and file right you are donating to these types of groups right but the project is It is a prerequisite to being conservative inc that you have to prove your Bona Fides someone who is not quote unquote racist and of course now. Definition of that is is is really. What's you know what's at the heart of of the problem here with with connick and I'd think about okay? Why why why is it? Why is cato pushing the hair ratings thing and why is foster freeze and T P USA and by the way Donald Trump of course made it part of his State of the Union right school choice of of all the things of all the things and And to me I'm I'm horrified to think of what what this actually has Manufactured because again nerves the sort of this guilt factor that your average white Republican faces when they question all of the donor class agenda for example. I was at a meeting in Texas where foster freeze was and he came in to a a group of of Texas grassroots. Moms and DADS who've been fighting What is still you know they call it. They say the common core is dead. It is not okay. And here's where I think that Libertarians and you know American first is when I call it myself America I. I'm not talking just about national sovereignty. I'm talking about parental and family sovereignty. I think these things go hand in hand and I think that the subversion of parental and family sovereignty by Con- INC Which is the Republican Party? And all of these large corporations working on together Is is is one of the most Little noticed an on fought battles. People really don't understand what's happening under the rubric of school choice. It's really a way of exploiting This partnership between these corporations and They government I. And so what you're doing is you're you're robbing Parents of the ability to defend their own kids or in the case of you know small business business owners to say well. What about us? Because you have to show that you're for you know the Hareb. Raiders ended the inner city. Kids in Milwaukee does that make me racist To say it now because you know when I'm sitting in a room of parents that are largely white and working class or middle class and have the same aspirations for their kids to achieve the American dream as the ones they're favored by these libertarian groups. It makes me wonder the real racists are Oh no I mean look agree with you on that. I mean on many different levels number one. It's just if you are a libertarian. It's such A. It's such a petty issue to spend all this time on like I'm against the government licensing against all of it. I think it's stupid. And it does hurt people. But it's like the government's about to spend five trillion dollars. It's like the biggest government in the history of the world and when people start on these my Oh my God it drives me crazy and I gotta say I think his father is like a hero but even when Rand Paul starts going on about how. We Spend. Three million dollars researching like fish. Dna or something in your com on man like you have a microphone and a platform talk about something that matters like there is just such huge. Such you know way more important issues and I do think that there is something about look just like I've said this before and I've gotten in trouble for this but I guess two things number one I don't understand and this is something that is out there. It's not amongst all libertarians Some are more based if you will and some of them are more want to appeal to the Social Justice Warrior wing which will never accept you. I just don't understand the idea of trying to like you will never be accepted by the left. It's like okay are you. Are you saying you're four trans rights or something like that? Oh well you're against obamacare. Then you want babies too. It doesn't matter like you're still you're still going to be a Nazi to them. So don't don't even waste your time. But the libertarian. Kind of fixation unperceived. Racism which is this intentionally broad word used by status. I mean like you know this. You know the biggest status amongst US love calling everybody a racist now when you mean racism like what do you mean? Do you mean slavery. Do you mean genocide. Do you mean like some horrible state action. Okay then great. Let's all be against that but if you're talking about someone's like personal preference who they want to hang out with. Who THEY WANNA live around who they WANNA beat. Well first off Libertarian. You've got a problem because that's a free choice. And you're supposed to believe in freedom of association and people have a right to prefer what they want to. So there's a problem but why are you obsessing over this as like the big concern and the only answer seems to be what you're saying that it's like this attempt to virtue signal to try to be like? Hey Look I'm not one of these bad people. Meanwhile the ones who you know like like I'm one of these people who's been antiwar for over a decade now meanwhile the policies of the Hillary Clinton John McCain's who call everybody else racist is actually to slaughter people in Brown countries and get our own people killed at the same time. Maybe that should be like a little bit more of an outrage and the other thing I'll say just real quick and then you can. Respond is also by the way. Just stop it if you'RE GONNA talk about racism fine but how about the be consistent if you hate racism how about the hatred of white men that is just pushed on our culture and completely accepted and by the way Libertarians? Just even whatever you believe. It's not a great strategy. You're like ninety seven percent white men so maybe you shouldn't go along with demonizing. What is your entire base may just for purposes. If nothing else yes all right guys. Let's take a quick break. I want to tell you about our awesome sponsor which is easy. 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"malkin" Discussed on Part of the Problem
"But what the establishment kind of wanted in two thousand sixteen was Jeb Bush versus Hillary Clinton. And if you really go through it it's like tell me the major policy difference between Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton you could maybe say like they could have a passionate argument about whether the top marginal tax rate should be like thirty thirty five percent. That's basically where you are. And they'll act like that's a huge difference but there's really not too much rhetoric and literally they call each other Siblings Jeb Bush. He gave some sort of a medal of freedom to Hillary Clinton at some event in New York City said that he considered her his sister. I mean so for for free thinkers who arrive at this conclusion about the Kabuki theater of modern American politics that there's so much sand and fury over such a little band of actual policy differences. Where'd you go to sort of seek fellowship and to learn new information And so you know when I think about the trajectory of my own life and like I said I've always had grass roots and and and dissident roots I don't know if you know this And I've mentioned it before a couple of times but I voted for Harry Brown in nineteen ninety six because I could not stand the idea of casting vote for the swampy est swamp Republican creatures Bob Dole and his running mate Jack Kemp at the time and so know. I had my dalliance with libertarianism. And I you know when I was in high school of course read every Ayn Rand Paul and I still some some. You Know Libertarian. Leanings and principles on uncertain public policy issues but when it comes to the you know the main issues of of America I I mean to me. There's just no question that we can't even talk about anything else until we get this under control and so When you think of the The minimal differences between the top establishment of the Democrat Party and the Republican Party and that was the theme of the last book. I wrote Open Borders Inc. It is it is rather alarming because so many of us on the right voted for Donald Trump who did not represent Sort of many many of the core mainstream nor me conservative values that I've embraced over over the years But held out the. You know the only hope there was out there that would elevate you know this mission of Enforcing our borders and supporting interior enforcement and doing something to stop mass migration to protect American students and workers and families and yet you know not only does he have to come. Come battle the usual forces on the left but Many of these people are embedded in his administration. The high special power. Yeah okay so there's a lot that That I think is really interesting that I wanna ask you about their. By the way it warms my heart that you voted for Harry Brown. I didn't know that till today when I was reading that That interview that you were and maybe there is. Maybe that is part of the reason why you now find yourself at odds with conservative inc because you kind of always did have some kind of contempt for the establishment of the the Republican Party. Even when you are as you mentioned kind of part of conservative AMC but let me ask you this. Do you think like. Do you think you changed since the days where you were more just kind of in line with the conservative Movement for for lack of better term whatever. It was at the time Did they change? Was it both like what do you think happened? I think that's a really good question. I think on some core issues I have never changed and Since I started out my newspaper career in Los Angeles my concerns about mass migration the effects of illegal immigration at least at the time in La Were so visceral and so palpable and That was not something that was talked about in the national media and it was in large part. Because you aren't allowed to talk about it and the National Council of Larosa in groups like that were incredibly infected effective in Weaponising the whole Hatemonger type thing and Obviously I think I had some sort of layer of immunity because of you know my skin color and my own ethnic heritage it certainly never fully immunized against all of the slings arrows and the Ad Hominem attacks that have followed me and now of course this next generation You know in my case for the last twenty five years it didn't deter me So when I moved up to Seattle It was a different set of concerns and so a same underlying principles that I've always believed in with America first but just Different mammoth manifestation of the problem. So I I made a lot of friends with a warrant patrol and ice agents some along the northern border that opened my eyes and then when I wrote invasion obviously September eleventh was such a wake up call and I know it's Cliche to call it Pearl Harbor and of course Pearl Harbor. History has hall separate Unresolved questions there as well But at least you know. There was this sort of awakening of a basic sense of of At least what appeared at the time toward patriotic. Bipartisan agreement that immigration should be treated as national security issue. And then over time again. It's not so much that like I switched or something. It's just that my views had evolved on on other aspects of What was wrong with our immigration system? Guys let's take a quick break and.
Hurricanes hammer listless Penguins 6-2
"Morgan Geekie and Justin Williams each scored twice as the Carolina hurricanes ripped off five straight goals to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins sixty two just thirty three seconds after that broke open the scoring he found the net for the first time in his NHL career doing so in his debut for Robert Morris team both of Williams's goals came in the third period J. Gardner and Jacob Slavin also scored Alex not a Kovic made thirty saves as Carolina won its second straight Patrick Marleau scored his first goal since being acquired by Pittsburgh at the trade deadline Afghani Malkin also hit the net patristic Jari allowed all six Carolina goals facing forty two shots the penguins have lost eight of ten Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Crosby collects 800th assist, Penguins top Senators 7-3
"Bryan rust recorded his third career hat trick as the Pittsburgh penguins beat the Ottawa senators seven to three rust's first goal capped a three goal first period for the penguins which snapped a six game losing streak hasn't happened much lately so I think I get out especially at home hi this is great we just kind of penguins rookie defenseman John Reno scored in his return from a month long injury Sidney Crosby collected his eight hundredth career assistance T. NG since the creature had a goal and assisted two more Conor Sheary scored an Afghani Malkin had forces memory made twenty six saves for Pittsburgh James how're unlock Connor brown and Brady could Chuck all found the net for Ottawa but the senators lost for a fifth time in seven games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Eichel scores twice, Sabres races past sluggish Penguins 5-2
"Jack Eichel scored his thirty fourth and thirty fifth goals of the year both on the power play as the Buffalo Sabres beat the Pittsburgh Penguins five to two Eichel's first goal was the third for the sabers in the opening eleven minutes as Ralph Krueger's team was able to protect the lead despite a push from Pittsburgh just really pleased with with the four lines sixty rollers goaltending effort all the way through the lineup everybody contributed today and yeah it's an excellent reaction in a in a very tough building send your secure instant Sam Reinhart and Jeff Skinner all scored for buffalo Carter Hutton made forty one saves in net buffalo has won four of its last five if getting Malkin scored both of the penguins goals as he now has twenty this year payments goalie Tristan Jarry allowed all five goals in that as the payments have been outscored ninety two in the last two games Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Penguins Beat Maple Leafs
"Tuesday night man. The leafs They're struggling they got pummeled by the penguins. Five to two and it drew some interesting comments from various corners of the hockey world Starting with their coach he said you have a team over there in Pittsburgh that's built championship culture and what's acceptable in. We're not there. That is something the inexperienced but we also have some very experienced players that should be more than capable of leading the way now. You can look at Toronto Ross. Then there's not a lot of players who qualify as very experienced and eleven producing and I think he can deduce he's talking about on that team I mean he did not name anybody but what do you think I mean. It sounds like a shot at of hours if I mean I don't think it's fucking nod. Spats he's yelling. Making seven hundred degree granted Japan. Aaron you guys you know. I don't like hammer on young guys and and even really anyone the they're just not getting done right now I mean Christ if you want to know how deep down would feel if I if I cared enough if the leafs one like as if I was like a hardcore fan. Listen to dogs rant. Oh that's one of the best in the business and he's got not only credibility but he's got fired too I mean. Do you want to just play the clip? Yeah fired up. They have no identity five on five. What's their identity? Pittsburgh is they got crosby. Malkin's who are elite players and they work and they get wins and they do the job. Toronto doesn't work. They don't work. You don't out hit you. They don't do anything they can score off the rush they can score in transition they can score on the power play. But what is their identity? They don't they don't really have one. There's playing to win and I told you yesterday about my dad's comments saying they're paid to win games. They're not paid to go out there and throw their sticks out there and say maybe I'll get two goals and you'll get fifty. They're paid for wins. Then I know the alumni. It's an honor to put on a jacket and go in there. But it's I talked to them when you go in there and the one thing that they hate saying his man. They're they're talented but they don't really work like their coach. He should be held accountable to. He's goes on there and he liked the accountability. It's big boy stuff. You can go on there and say these guys suck tonight. If their goal is to be embarrassed they picked out too but he let's go out there and play like that they'll get dummied six or two and they'll be awful in their own zone and the next day there's Lady Gaga playing on the music system and they have skill development changed the way they play if they're going out there and continually playing like that. I don't get it well. How many times can you say about a professional team? They suck in their own zone. They're talented enough to play better than that. You played on a team in Minnesota with zero talent. Just a hardworking bunch of guys but when you went into Minnesota unlike Atlanta who just sucked from top to bottom. You had to beat them two to one or three to one. That's the only way you beat the Minnesota while but the coach decides how the team plays and he. He wants to be accountable after the game. That's great call out the players. Go ahead but the way they go out and play on the. Ice House a ball bench one of those guys that make eleven million bucks if Mitch. Monitor's going out there. Being an idiot with back passes and stupid. Plays turning the PUCK bench him. Because that's you can't win games like that. It is not a skills competition during any shell gained time. And every coach. That coaches in the league. They say one thing competitively. It's a competitively marred to win hard to win yesterday like that.
Gourde lifts Lightning over Pens 2-1 in OT for 8th straight
"Johnny boards goal at two forty five of overtime lifted the Tampa Bay Lightning to a two to one win over the Pittsburgh Penguins scored school his seventh of the season what's his first in thirty six games so I know I'm better than just going ballistic I think I can I can P. B. effective and relevant to this theme even when I'm up not scoring solicit I was trying to take a lot of pride in and every little details of my games McHale circuits have scored his ninth of the year for the lightning and goalie Andrei vasilevskiy made thirty five saves in net for Tampa the lightning have won eight straight games in twenty of its last twenty three of getting Malkin scored Pittsburgh's only goal his eighteenth of the year Matt Murray stopped thirty six shots for Pittsburgh now thirty four fifteen and six this season Josh Rowntree Pittsburgh
Blue Jackets shut out Bruins, 3-0
"Four NHL Tuesday penguins power vessel wild seven three Sidney Crosby back after missing two months due to a domino's surgery at a goal and three assists but don't worry penguins fans will work himself back into top form shortly getting Malkin benefited from two of those helpers may please drop the double seven four Austin Matthew scored four goals in his NHL debut in twenty sixteen is very first game three and a half years later he hadn't had another hat trick since until last night well if you haven't tried he's got thirty four goals this season second most in the league and that's the fewest he supported any of his four NHL campaigns lighting struck down the kings for three in a shoot out black auction of the senators three two in overtime stars one room for the sixth time in seven games they actually have a list three two in T. favors less the golden knights forty two blue jackets like the Bruins three nothing get shut out the Canucks for nothing the coloring Connor show their Connor Hellebuyck made forty one saves Kyle Connor had a pair of goals islanders out of the red wings eight two Oilers deal the predators for two and the coyotes double of the shark
"malkin" Discussed on LadyGang
"Because it sounds annoys is traveling after his middle part together. And so when you turn the microphone back around you can really enjoy you wanna hear jacket. I'd like to hear okay? Oh my God. We have to cut this part out. No. It's amazing. Okay. Ready talk now thing turn it around. Hello. This is. I heard it around. And here's what it sounds like when you do shit properly anyway should so bad week bad week. We're back I figured out how to do this. It's everything's sounds great to us job my next week before the thanksgiving holiday, you know, as a New York hosting the prayed, which was fabulous. I was like, you know, what I'm going to be so festive. I'm going to set up my Christmas decorations before the holidays. So when I got back from thanksgiving Mary house to be festive, and I would feel amazing and I had like a little bit of free time whereas waiting for mail. So I was like, okay. Let's do I didn't do a ton. I did garland around my garage. And then I did three different like snowflake planters with candles that turn on automatic night and a wreath. Not I didn't go crazy. This year is an outside the court outside decor. Single christmas. Okay. So anyway, I put everything up and I left for thanksgiving. When I got home someone had stolen the six beautiful. Copper lanterns. I had put out and four of the automatic candles, which are very expensive. Like, it's the Canada with the battery in it. And you set the timer on it. Why didn't you just take all the candles? A camera. I have the camera and the problem is while I was working this weekend. I turn the notifications off. So now, I've thousands of notifications because we have like seven cameras, so I have to go through them and see what happened. You can't just focus in on the one camera. That's at the front of your house. I mean, I'm sure it can Jack. But I've been busy with you guys all day and figure out how to use a microphone so give me a break. Anyway, I'll do it. But my Christmas decorations were stolen. I am. So disappointed in humanity. Because steal anything still my Amazon box steal, whatever I'm getting at Nordstrom steal my goddamn now. But don't still Christmas. I I it's also gonna weird because you're a house is not on like a busy street that people would be passing it to like, no. It's a neighbor. I think your neighbors for shooting the lady game either all show her. I know how much she loves to decoration. I know I'm sure they are. But you know, what it is what it is. And go for self pay whose natural. It's good. Okay. So. We were doing a lot of traveling there. A lot of things happening and orally the dog my dog has been traveling her whole life like since she was a little puppy from Atlanta to New York to LA. She's amazing on a plane. Didn't Cameron Diaz like hold her? Once she brought her Pedder one exact brought her home from Jackson Hole in his lap. When when I was not flying with them. And he sat next to Cameron Diaz and she played with Orleans the whole time, I'm still convinced. It's because she was flirting with Zach. And she's just wanted a pet his quote dog. I mean, he's way better looking than her husband volt and taller at. Yes. It's true. Okay. So anyway, so early is usually really great. Well, this morning we woke up very early in Atlanta to got on a plane, and she's been having a little bit of diarrhea. Like, no thinks she got into something my sister's house, you know, when there's kids around there on the hor-. Well, let literally she usually is a stomach of steel. And so I took her out this morning at my sister's it was still really dark out as she got it the bathroom before we gotta lane. I let her out, blah, blah, do her thing. So then I'm carrying through the airport, and I'm like, and she's an emotional support animal. So she's not in a bag. I'm just holding her so early in the morning, and I'm like what does it smell? No. Yeah. And then I still can't figure it out. I'm holding her you can't figure out what the shifts Mel Ellas. And I'm like, it's not that bad. It's not like a shit smell down on the plane..