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"manhattanite" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:08 min | 10 months ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Happy to solve it Right here on the air. My next guest. I can't come to Brooklyn without having him on the show. He is the ambassador to this borough from this borough And for this, bro, The former borough president, but the irascible Marty Markowitz, so are you served my pleasure. Thank you. See what happens what they say about you When you pick up some years, I'll tell you, I love it. So how are you surviving in Brooklyn these days? Listen, I'm being listened to me. Brooklyn is the center of the world. It was when I was born here, and it will always be But obviously like the rest of our nation, you know they're great, Challenging times and But I'm confident that the folks that live here the businesses of the hair overwhelmingly of resilience. And we'll we'll get through this. We have to get through it. It's very simple things we want. You were the borough president for three terms. I think it's safe to say you. You basically put Brooklyn on the map. For good. Well, I had a lot of good material to work with, and loads of folks, and that's kind of you, Peter. Thank you. Loads of folks before me did unbelievable work, and I was thrilled to have that opportunity. That's all. It's just I knew I knew Brooklyn was very special. All I had to do was polish it, that's all and bring it to the attention of the rest of the world. Now everyone of Brooklyn wanna be. You know, I love it. I know there was a time I admit this, You know, I shunned Brooklyn. I look down on Brooklyn. I'm one of those Manhattan guys. Leaders signed. No. Okay. The Yankees too. In your day. Come. No, no, no, no, no, no, That's not true. You know, when I was wait a second. I remember the Polo grounds. I'm old enough to remember the Polo grounds and watching on our first black and white television set watching Junior Gilliam still second base it of its field. Very good. Yeah, well, well, yeah, but the giant stuffed in the Dodgers left so you know, I'm a little angry. I know, I know to this day. I must tell you, I would. If the Los Angeles Dodgers were up against the New York Yankees, that would be the only condition That I would support the Yankees. I have to tell you that way. Need the tax revenue, so I probably would support them every year if it means economic improvement here in New York City, But we're gonna be okay. I know that we've got so many great things to do in to see here for world travelers. When that when that queen light is given to us, and certainly here In the United States and locally as well. Well, what's happening right now that yes, the question is. How are you adapting? How are you adjusting? And how is Brooklyn staying open? Well, I think NYC and company has certainly lead the way. Uh, together with our city administration, the mayor and his folks and you know, frankly, the amount of folks that reside Within a car right away or a subway. Uh, trip. Is enormous. In fact, certainly one of the largest metropolitan areas certainly in America on goods can challenge just about any place in the world. So I think the emphasis is really a great opportunity in some ways to introduce the folks that live in this region and in New York City to each other. I would venture the guests that the great majority of folks in the Brooklyn have not visited the Bronx on Guy would have to say it probably the other way that of many people in the Bronx haven't been to Brooklyn. And there was a time when I was growing up, Peter, we called each other geographically undesirable. Those days long past that, Mr on. We felt that way from war with Manhattanites, but anyway The so what's really introducing Queens to Brooklyn and Brooklyn to Staten Island that Nyle into the Bronx and Bronx to two Queens and Queens, the Manhattan whatever. On then those that live in Long Island West Chester, Connecticut, nearby New Jersey, Of course, um, having opportunity, Connecticut whatever have an opportunity to Ah, Pennsylvania to take a day trip. Spend a few hours or maybe a weekend in in New York City, of course. Hearing toe CDC guidelines and masking up at all time, socially distant, although away the solid recommendations that we must live under But still I agree could have a good time here. And you know, listen, we can hibernate. So long. It's very difficult. On. I think it's even probably the more challenging when you have a young family with kids that you don't want to get out. And, um, But, of course, it was.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

07:10 min | 11 months ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Thank you Normally attacks everybody, Nicole. Good luck. Thanks so much for joining us. So that would be the on ly. This is an amazing the on ly Red congressional. The only Republican held congressional seat in New York City. It's just what is what is going on here. What? What can we do? And even some of the other parts. You know, I spent a lot of time because my my grandparents had a house for over 20 years in Dutchess County, and I think of all Duchess County. There's farms, and it's one of its beautiful part of New York. I love Dutchess County. Democrats have the advantage of that you go to these other parts of the state, you think? Oh, you're allowed to own a shotgun and there's no farm animals you confined nearby and stuff. You know, you probably don't know even some of those areas. The Democrats have a big advantage. It's not as not as they do in New York, but Least Long island. There's some some pockets of Republican sanity, You know, parts of northern New Jersey There's some Republican sanity on DH. Republican. Yes, Republican sanity. I think the only in the last mayoral race the only part of New York City that went for the Republican candidate, I'm sorry, the only part of Manhattan Give a Manhattan a tough time, then it as a Manhattanite, though I'm allowed to. It's like I could make all the Manhattan jokes I want Was the Upper East Side went for Lota one for Ah. Joe Loda. I think the last time around every every other single part here was blue. I had a feeling when I'm standing in line to vote next week. I'm going. I'm going to be one of very few people in my line in midtown Manhattan that are going to be voting for Donald Trump. Not the only one. There are a few of us We'll see how Nicole's race goes against Max Rose. It's within the margin of error. It's a total You know, it's Ah, coin flip right now by the odds who's gonna win that one, and we'll see. But I thought you I thought you should hear from. It's just nice to be reminded that there are there is at least the chance of one. Republican congressional seat here. They'll give us some representation, the federal level and maybe I should consider moving to Staten Island. But now we're gonna talk about a CB. And what happened last night? Because all right, look, We have some very nice that we get a little have a little bit of Celebration here, Right, well earned a CB got through three Supreme Court justices for Donald Trump in his first term. And there was not a whole lot of Not a whole lot of Ah, effort. Serious effort, at least to stop this, I guess because they didn't really have. I mean, the Democrats were outmaneuvered. What were they really going to say? And I think that it was brilliant. To do this before the election one because the base needs to see the Trump is serious and give Mitch McConnell credit not only You know, people call him cocaine. Mitch is kind of a joke because Some guy running against him in a republic as a Republican primary opponent who didn't do very well call them cocaine mission and add, never thought that was so absurd that it was almost funny. And I heard that Mitch heard Mitch McConnell heard from somebody who knows him well about that nickname, and he actually laughed, and he thought it was funny. That's so dumb. But you know Mitch McConnell Also known as cocaine. Mitch Mitch McConnell here, not only got through Amy Cockney Barrett and held Republicans together in the Senate. His first move last night after I got done was all Let's talk about another federal judge. We can get through he is is a an absolute You know, hold the line guy on getting these judicial nominations done, And that's a that's a big deal. That's a big deal. And you know Trump was obviously very, very pleased about this as he should be. Onda president Well, he was keeping his promise another time when the president of the United States Has come through for his base. And I remember being we're being told people that were maybe having a little bit of To some concern. About voting for Trump Some concern about this that Oh, he'll betray you on everything. He's just saying that to get elected member that that was a big narrative in the media back in 2016 right around this time, actually. Well on judges. He's come through and and then some. And here is the president speaking about a CB. Specifically, it is highly fitting that justice Barritt fills the seat of a true pioneer. For women. It's Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Tonight Justice Spirit becomes not only the fifth women to serve on our nation's highest court, but The very first mother of school aged Children to become a Supreme Court justice very important. Isn't this something that all women should celebrate? You know, there are all of these. Avowedly feminist publications. Are all of these different scholars and public intellectuals. You're constantly talking about the need to advance more women in our society. And here we have a woman who is a mother of seven completely self made. Pretty close to a legal genius. I think you could say it is way beyond Ah, your standard lawyers standard legal mind. As was on it, as was on display for everybody during the hearings. And yet she's almost considered not a woman by the feminist left. I mean, really, they do strip her of her woman card. If you will, she doesn't really count. We're not celebrating this. In fact, they position this as somehow A. C B is a step back for women. Isn't it fascinating how they do this? We have a mother of seven. You know, we often hear About how you know women want to have it all. They want to have a career and they want also have a family. And unfortunately, the feminists I believe on the feminist left is always promoting career over family. That's just the way they are. And they will even undermine and try Teo in classic Marxist fashion, undermine and destroy family and family bonds and make it seem like none of that's really necessary and the state will raise your Children and you know there's all kinds of stuff that We can get into But here we have someone who's managed to have a a stable and and loving relationship. Husband, you know, family situation. Seven Children. And has a remarkable career and the feminist left is basically Either silent on this or tearing her down. She's bad for women. It's really hard to take these people who are so transparent and so hypocritical in the stuff. It's it's hard to take them seriously or allow them to continue continue to take themselves seriously. Which they certainly do..

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"manhattanite" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:19 min | 1 year ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is all of it. I'm Alison Stewart. Have you ever considered the origin of some everyday sayings We use, for example, eat like a horse. Champing at the bit. Don't look a gift horse in the mouth. Well, some of our common phrases come from equine culture. The horse world seems to be rarified, especially horse competition. Circuits from the former whale and Phil aware film velvet helmets and jod pers to the cost of keeping these beautiful animals healthy and strong. It might deter some, but not Sarah Maslin near who has been passionate about horses. Her whole life, she writes in her new book, Horse. Crazy Quote. I've always struggled. With the sense that horses are for some other sort of human than me that I'm an interloper in an equestrian life that was not made for my people. Nevertheless, she persisted riding since the age of two. Well, she fell off the first time. But she got back up on the horse in her book near reveals a very personal story about how horses helped her through a solitary childhood. Growing up in New York City as the daughter of well known doctors and authors, Yehuda near and Bonnie Muslin. Sarah's father was a Holocaust survivor, and for him his daughter's riding at a whole other level of meaning and spending time with a beautiful animal or riding expertise. Readers also following years, adventures as an adult around the world as she tries to show us why people are horse crazy, as she says in the book. If you ask a horse person, why do you love horses so much? The answer, which is often repeated in the book is Because horses Sarah Maslin. Ear is a Pulitzer Prize finalist for her work, exposing the conditions and nail salons. You may have read her breakout pieces in the times, Perfect nails poison workers. She was also one of the first wave of ground of reporters in New Rochelle in the Cove in 19 Pandemic first hit the area in March. And she got the virus and thankfully recovered. Horse crazy. The story of a woman and a world in love with an animal is Sarah Maslin Ears first book and she joins us now, Sarah, welcome to all of it. Thank you for having me What an intro. I love it. You know, you read it. I did read it. And might my nieces were horse girls. So I used to write in Virginia. So I recognize I kept emailing texting one of Mike. Is this the right way to say this? Is this the right way to say, Ask this question. So before we dive in, I do want to ask. How are you feeling? How How was it to get Cove it and has a reporter having to deal with that and report the story. Thank you for asking. You know, I got it so early on, I got it when we didn't understand the disease, and now it's sort of a buzz word of Kobe that you lose your taste and smell and nobody knew that when I got it, and what made me realise, with one line in a story from China about a doctor who lost your case and smell and I was sitting eating Some snacks and was like what is happening to me. And then I realized, Bam! Of course, I've been in the epicenter of this disease, and now I'm living with it. So it was a frightening moment. Thankfully, it was grueling, but I recovered, but it really enabled my reporting to be much richer and deeper. Because I became the story in a way. Let's talk about your book. So you grew up in the Upper East Side. You went to barely college at Columbia. How did U a thoroughly city kid and person? Come in shrink with horses. Again that answer because horses being in custody where my soul goes, But that's really not good enough as a reporter, the job description of what you and I do is Only one word. Why unpack? Why? And that's what I did with horse crazy. I went all over the world wherever my reporting for the time took me. And I thought to find the horses at the end of my reporting journeys and figure out the answer to that question. I was in electively pulled to them, and I managed to find them in every cranny of New York, and actually, New York is a city. Built by horses in the 18 nineties, a health department report put 62,208 horses in New York City in 4297 Stables and what the health apart report doesn't tell you from that era. Is that meant there were. Are you ready for the number 559,000 tonnes of horse poop a year in this city, and so dealing with that crisis in New York was also part of living in the city of horses. Of course, in my day growing up there weren't that number. But I found them anyway. And actually, often, I became a mounted parks enforcement officer. As a teenager, It's galloping around Central Park chasing truants a lot like myself on horseback. You also road from Claremont Stables, which a lot of people remember. And you have this great passage. I'm going to read it about being on a horse named Birch Board. Right on our first, John Birch bark was more interested in trying to eat the budding tulips that encircle the street trees that in hurtling cars. Thank goodness. He didn't blink at the puff of a lapdog that lunged at us with the bravado of a grizzly. The horse was careless for his own safety and his eagerness to get to the cool shade of the park as he tap danced on the sidewalk as we drew near, I hold him up as a hot dog vendor scuttled his press card down the avenue missing us by a hair to get away. I steer the horse toward the curb where heedless Manhattanite flung open her taxicab door in our path. I swear, birch bark would have jumped it in his eagerness for the green space. Had I not scream. Some version of I'm trotting here, lady and she slammed the door closed Just in time. Sometimes delivery guy circled us like buzzards for fun tinkling their bells at us with menace. But birch bark was mostly stoic. A true New York er. He'd seen it all. What I mean It's a taste of what it's like to ride a horse in New York. What was it like? Once you got outside of New York the first time you rode outside of the city. I've written all over the world, which again these trips as the New York Times reporter, you don't tell my boss at the end, I often find a horse. And so over Count riding an Indian more worry horse, which is a rare indigenous breed that I found in Roger's done. They look a lot like regular horses with one Very important distinction. They have curlicue years at the top of their head. And they are the cubist things you've ever seen. I mean, everything is better with a curl right curly fries, pigtails. And so I became obsessed with these horses that I galloped through a quarry in Raj Istan. When it came back to America. I tried to find one. I thought I'd have to have one of these. Turns out I don't think I can. You're not the only one who thought she had to have one. Well, funny. The Indian government doesn't allow them to be exported. They consider them a rare natural commodity and forbid exports. Yet as you rightly point out, one lady on Cape Cod and Martha's Vineyard has 12 of them. I had to figure out how the heck does this lady have this horse? I rode in Rajasthan that you can't get out of that country. Turns out she's been smuggling their semen on Air India flight in mislabeled packages and building this Elif it heard in America on her island. And if that horse crazy I don't know what it is. The thing I thought was so interesting about her and your conversation with her. She's not hot, skeptically, hiding that she's smuggling horse semen or that she has all of these horses, and she's sort of there's also a really interesting geopolitical history. Element of this because she's British. And sort of our sense of she gets tohave the horses. All the country really rejected her. This woman, Francesca Kelly, this British socialite her entree into India trying to induce them to give her their horses, which is why she ended up having to essentially Smuggle the stuff that makes horses out of the country because she inserted herself into the conversation, and it felt like colonialism and acquaint centric version of colonialism. And that leads to this conversation that I have throughout the book and the thing I seek to unpack who the horses belong to..

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"manhattanite" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology

"Everybody welcome back to the story Song podcast on accoring I'm Rachel Oakes, and the Michael Gazelle ever so we walked through the world of a story song and this week. We are looking into the mouth of madness. Earned this is. Ariel by Dean Friedman I mean before we get started with anything man I I heard this song for the first time about two hours ago. And all I have to say is what I just listened to. Yeah I could go into. Love it I also heard this on. I think it was on the seventy channel on <hes>. Satellite Radio and yeah, much like <hes> lonely boy. It was definitely a like. What wait a minute? What is happening by this? Was this left me less angry. I was definitely far more delighted. Delight it's a delight. Well. It's the opposite where whereas lonely boy leaves out a lot of the story. Yeah, this is every single. detail. And I'm saying. This is. Lonely boy is. All story, no details this. There's no story this. Details. This is a ninety fashion magazine. Because this is details, there's nothing. have. So yeah, I like I, said I think this is the rare song that I do think a good song and yet I'd love it I really legitimately love this song, but also but again. Being fully aware that objectively dishonest, not good, and we're going to get more into into that and to to Misa. Friedman's career <hes> later on, but. Okay so the story is <hes> where in New Jersey. and. Our narrator, OUR PROTAGONISTS DEAN! We'll call him. <hes> meets a young lady at the mall <hes>. He instantly falls in love with her <hes> again. We learned a lot of details like she's Jewish <hes>. Does not see I mean that's fine, but it's not seem to. Matter one way or the other? and. He tells her that he's in a rock and roll band. She should come see it, she does. They go to dairy queen. His place. They Watch TV <hes> and they make love <hes> at the end and were Oh, enroll so total that will dean has fallen in love with this woman. Whose name is Ariel? We've also told that she has a beautiful singing voice at no point in the song she sing. and has nothing to do with anything that is the refrain of is how beautiful! So, what do they I don't way on the. Side! Berbie. Young? Sang binding Bahrain. Bob Bob. Mark. She was working for the breads grief. was. In. A cop she was looking to change, so was I. Let's start at the top here. He says hey, on the would start at the top as if it matters. We can start sideways. It really doesn't matter, but it's just a series of details and the order does not matter. Just, just for tradition, sake, it started. Says, way on the other side of the Hudson deep in the bosom of suburbia. I met a young girl. She sang mighty fine tears on my pillow and Ave Maria quite the rain. Definitely? End Ave. Maria the first thing I want to say. Is that so I believe? Dean lives in New Jersey. In Paris and we can discuss that in a moment, but it is sort of funny. How he saying way on the other side of the Hudson so that is oriented from New York City. From Manhattan. And yet, so it's in a way. He's almost seeing himself. Not as the central character in his own story in a way, or not in the central location like he's thinking of himself, as I'm on the other side of the Hudson Right. New York City like I it just I just find that. Hitting The impression that I got was that he was from New York. City and he went out to Jersey. Okay that is very possible. That's what I winning I. Wanted Sketch what I thought too, or he's. He's keeping in mind. His audience, which is probably clubs in New York City and they're like. If he just said parameters they'd be like. Where is that mythical place? Like. Any night paramus through the mall is on the other side of the Hudson. Oh, you mean New Jersey I never go there. Yeah and that's the other thing. That's funny, too, is that he doesn't say deep in New Jersey says on the other side of the Hudson right so again. It's like a you know that's the way so in from from you know some some manhattanite. Club Goer might even think of it. It's like Oh. That's on the other. That's across the bridge. Exactly I never go. I only see it from my penthouse apartment. But I've never actually been over there. So debate I gotTA, take. Half trained to get there no. There's no way this this hypothetical. We're talking about. They'll even know the term the Pat Oh you. Don't even know what your dot car service all the way. Yeah or at least a taxi, yeah! If for some reason, they have to go to Jersey. City but <hes> yeah. They are not familiar with with the path train. The train goes on a path I know. But the rest of it. I don't know what you're talking about. New Jersey.

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Ariel by Dean Friedman

Rock N Roll Archaeology

06:04 min | 1 year ago

Ariel by Dean Friedman

"Everybody welcome back to the story Song podcast on accoring I'm Rachel Oakes, and the Michael Gazelle ever so we walked through the world of a story song and this week. We are looking into the mouth of madness. Earned this is. Ariel by Dean Friedman I mean before we get started with anything man I I heard this song for the first time about two hours ago. And all I have to say is what I just listened to. Yeah I could go into. Love it I also heard this on. I think it was on the seventy channel on Satellite Radio and yeah, much like lonely boy. It was definitely a like. What wait a minute? What is happening by this? Was this left me less angry. I was definitely far more delighted. Delight it's a delight. Well. It's the opposite where whereas lonely boy leaves out a lot of the story. Yeah, this is every single. detail. And I'm saying. This is. Lonely boy is. All story, no details this. There's no story this. Details. This is a ninety fashion magazine. Because this is details, there's nothing. have. So yeah, I like I, said I think this is the rare song that I do think a good song and yet I'd love it I really legitimately love this song, but also but again. Being fully aware that objectively dishonest, not good, and we're going to get more into into that and to to Misa. Friedman's career later on, but. Okay so the story is where in New Jersey. and. Our narrator, OUR PROTAGONISTS DEAN! We'll call him. meets a young lady at the mall He instantly falls in love with her again. We learned a lot of details like she's Jewish Does not see I mean that's fine, but it's not seem to. Matter one way or the other? and. He tells her that he's in a rock and roll band. She should come see it, she does. They go to dairy queen. His place. They Watch TV and they make love at the end and were Oh, enroll so total that will dean has fallen in love with this woman. Whose name is Ariel? We've also told that she has a beautiful singing voice at no point in the song she sing. and has nothing to do with anything that is the refrain of is how beautiful! So, what do they I don't way on the. Side! Berbie. Young? Sang binding Bahrain. Bob Bob. Mark. She was working for the breads grief. was. In. A cop she was looking to change, so was I. Let's start at the top here. He says hey, on the would start at the top as if it matters. We can start sideways. It really doesn't matter, but it's just a series of details and the order does not matter. Just, just for tradition, sake, it started. Says, way on the other side of the Hudson deep in the bosom of suburbia. I met a young girl. She sang mighty fine tears on my pillow and Ave Maria quite the rain. Definitely? End Ave. Maria the first thing I want to say. Is that so I believe? Dean lives in New Jersey. In Paris and we can discuss that in a moment, but it is sort of funny. How he saying way on the other side of the Hudson so that is oriented from New York City. From Manhattan. And yet, so it's in a way. He's almost seeing himself. Not as the central character in his own story in a way, or not in the central location like he's thinking of himself, as I'm on the other side of the Hudson Right. New York City like I it just I just find that. Hitting The impression that I got was that he was from New York. City and he went out to Jersey. Okay that is very possible. That's what I winning I. Wanted Sketch what I thought too, or he's. He's keeping in mind. His audience, which is probably clubs in New York City and they're like. If he just said parameters they'd be like. Where is that mythical place? Like. Any night paramus through the mall is on the other side of the Hudson. Oh, you mean New Jersey I never go there. Yeah and that's the other thing. That's funny, too, is that he doesn't say deep in New Jersey says on the other side of the Hudson right so again. It's like a you know that's the way so in from from you know some some manhattanite. Club Goer might even think of it. It's like Oh. That's on the other. That's across the bridge. Exactly I never go. I only see it from my penthouse apartment. But I've never actually been over there. So debate I gotTA, take. Half trained to get there no. There's no way this this hypothetical. We're talking about. They'll even know the term the Pat Oh you. Don't even know what your dot car service all the way. Yeah or at least a taxi, yeah! If for some reason, they have to go to Jersey. City but yeah. They are not familiar with with the path train. The train goes on a path I know. But the rest of it. I don't know what you're talking about. New Jersey.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"Remember when now you don't have to remember because we do this is the act. J. Totally Call Todd cast doesn't matter what type of man you are a mainly Mana a an odd so mainly man. There's a good chance there are some girl. Things typically thought to be girl things that you might enjoy using from time to time. We'll figure it out as we step into the time machine for today's edition of total recall with girl. Things that guys US plus our business manager Adam is in town that's always fun and a fantastic addition of the week in review. But we'll get started today with some weird memorabilia until Rico chastened. TJ's total recall podcast. There's a guy here that says I I have a paper towel. That Gavin Ross. Dale white his face off with the met him at a hotel around ninety five so it was a very nice guy wiping his hotel. I have a paper towel. That Gavin Ralston wiped his face off with cement him at a hotel here. The mothership market run. Aw your air conditioner must have been broken hotel if he sweating there in the lobby your heart or was he a little oily. You know. I tend to get oily. But that's a a paper towel that was used to wipe someone's faces kind of interesting. Is I used to wipe something else true. I'm always wants to bright side Chat here on. Twitter has a credit card receipt from the wrestler. Chris Benoit in the late wrestler right. Yeah killed his family his his punctuality has nothing to do with this last is named ball right his middle name lessee and this lady says the piece of Memorabilia. Rabiya may not be that I but there's an odd side note to it. She has a guitar pick from Paul Stanley of kiss however she adds he had it in his mouth. I have a picture of it in his mouth right before he gave it to me to prove it GonNa make an offer. Ace already escort one. When I saw good on that front which one Regan's that new twitter won the the poster Mr Maybe not odd? This is definitely not a hate to break the news of this guy. He's got A. He met Rob Schneider at a comedy club and He got a Deuce bigalow framed. DEUCE bigalow male Gigolo posters owned by Rob Schneider. That's going to have yeah. Yeah prominence to Spiegel. He's got the Eiffel Eiffel Tower. Coming out of this classic. Hey Mike Welcome to the Jason. Tj Show so what exactly do you have. This may require some explanation. What I have is a Pair of broken foster grant sunglasses. That will give me forty years ago by the clown Emmett Kelly when I was about twelve or thirteen years old okay. Okay and then happened. Oddly enough and Dan assault so in the clown world and I just don't know is that is is immig Kelly a famous clown extremely one of the most famous in the clown world. He toured with Barnum and Bailey Circus for years. So so so. How many people did he kill Being a clown you. Nowadays you automatically think is out. Murdering people is bad clan but Before the clown clown Medicare Were you a fan of clowns in general or do you disliked him because you saw when you we were kids a circus act him but oddly enough this happen at my dentist office and he was there to have a pair while the circus was in town in Charlotte Orleans was in Lenore about an hour West Charlotte having a team prepared and He was slightly. We dropped because this was broken in hurting them and decided I needed his broken foster grant sung. Thanks Mike Dennis. Getting spraying them with the Seltzer bottle and making balloon. Animals out of the Rubber gloves your weird celebrity memorabilia. John's says my grandfather has kyle petty's gum still in his empty empty mellow Yellow Cup from a meet and greet you see this question is did they. They reach you it after giving give it to second question is is there any way. That's not pronounced mellow yellow. The Gum right there. Here's a lady that says. She got her weird her weird celebrity item. That she's KIP. I got a little bit of marijuana from an Alabama concert in Kentucky. Okay what does let me you got it from the band. This is a little bit of marijuana from an Alabama concert. Alabama the country in Kentucky. Why would you not just smoke? Maybe the shell was last night so but you know I. I've gotten now. You're trying to think of any celebrity that I would that I would like enough to want their discarded gum or their their water bottle. They been drinking from. I don't I can't think of and it's not that I that I don't like any celebrities because there are some celebrities that are really really like and admire And respect back to Hollywood type or the or the musician type celebrities but still. I have a have a few those but I wouldn't want I wouldn't want their gum. I mean you are just doing years in the slightly more sophisticated low level like a framed photo with Ronald Reagan. And then wasn't your dog. Dutch somehow connected to Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan's nickname was Dutch. Yes so you're just collecting in a classier yeah. I don't have a picture of myself with with Ronald Reagan. I was little when he was the president. I mean you know my parents wouldn't have you know I lost nothing. NBC They actually you can meet. He's good and all that but I ain't lost nut in Washington. DC This is as the act J.. Total recall podcast. Are we going to try to get them to come in on a busy doing okay and our manager managing everything up you sound for fifteen seconds. I'm already over and completely but he had a he had a friend. Just completely accounts are forms fringes completely. stood him up for dinner last night. He had this this guy that he wanted us to meet because they've been friends for awhile longtime and it was kind of you know it was going to be. This is the kind of told you about and then you gotta look at it like. Has He ever eaten with Adam if so he knows that the table manners not that great and he is is GonNa Bounce out on that anytime in the invitation is there. No you go wait for me. Go Away from me and put on a beep when we were Columbia yesterday at the at one zero. Four seven W in okay. They had Wang's for US buffalo wings. An atom got a couple of Buffalo Wings and managed to get the buffalo sauce oss way up on his shoulder his shirt not down on his chest and some of the top of his shoulder. He's a little messy Marvin. As as if he snatched the wing out of his mouth with such force that is he jerked it out of his mouth. Suddenly sauce flew off. I think it was more of a Tang Tang from the buffalo sauce and he had to get your wings. Reach your shoulder up to mouth but you couldn't put the wing down so you can. Music shoulder has a little scratch Yeah that makes sense or he He could have been eating wings right underneath underneath somebody very tall and their sauce on him. Yeah that's possibility. Could we were there. We saw for instance incredible. This guy's got a masters degree from an Ivy League College. And he he needs. You know seriously need a bib or just like a big piece of our garbage bag over his head with the head cut out completely protect them from getting thinks phone and the way you say that Tj is a reminder what is really incredible as this guy has a masters degree from an Ivy League. College be works with us in radio. uh-huh kitchen his wagon there. We don't know what he does. He tell us we make this much money. And we could be making a lot more than that. And he no he pocketing ping it not telling us as long as we're not complaining a lot of people would say you shouldn't put that much trust in someone especially somebody you didn't even grow up with or anything by a lot of people you mean anybody with some sense. Yeah look what. He's from New York. He's from New York and we trust him like that he saw y'all come into mile away. Southerners they don't have a clue about business. This shooting fish in a barrel they call us Hicks. Yeah these Hicks these hayseeds. I know what they say behind our backs and to our faces as New Yorkers those Manhattanite at night the only sad part is if we ever decide to flat there and confront him. We can't afford it. The book the tickets they might face. I need you to book that I don't WanNa lay over this time. The total recall cast girl. Things that guys use it get a little weird Mama plus a great addition of the week in review you coming up next on total recall. TJ's total recall podcast..

"manhattanite" Discussed on Ace and TJ

Ace and TJ

11:14 min | 1 year ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on Ace and TJ

"Remember when now you don't have to remember because we do this is the act. J. Totally Call Todd cast doesn't matter what type of man you are a mainly Mana a an odd so mainly man. There's a good chance there are some girl. Things typically thought to be girl things that you might enjoy using from time to time. We'll figure it out as we step into the time machine for today's edition of total recall with girl. Things that guys US plus our business manager Adam is in town that's always fun and a fantastic addition of the week in review. But we'll get started today with some weird memorabilia until Rico chastened. TJ's total recall podcast. There's a guy here that says I I have a paper towel. That Gavin Ross. Dale white his face off with the met him at a hotel around ninety five so it was a very nice guy wiping his hotel. I have a paper towel. That Gavin Ralston wiped his face off with cement him at a hotel here. The mothership market run. Aw your air conditioner must have been broken hotel if he sweating there in the lobby your heart or was he a little oily. You know. I tend to get oily. But that's a a paper towel that was used to wipe someone's faces kind of interesting. Is I used to wipe something else true. I'm always wants to bright side Chat here on. Twitter has a credit card receipt from the wrestler. Chris Benoit in the late wrestler right. Yeah killed his family his his punctuality has nothing to do with this last is named ball right his middle name lessee and this lady says the piece of Memorabilia. Rabiya may not be that I but there's an odd side note to it. She has a guitar pick from Paul Stanley of kiss however she adds he had it in his mouth. I have a picture of it in his mouth right before he gave it to me to prove it GonNa make an offer. Ace already escort one. When I saw good on that front which one Regan's that new twitter won the the poster Mr Maybe not odd? This is definitely not a hate to break the news of this guy. He's got A. He met Rob Schneider at a comedy club and He got a Deuce bigalow framed. DEUCE bigalow male Gigolo posters owned by Rob Schneider. That's going to have yeah. Yeah prominence to Spiegel. He's got the Eiffel Eiffel Tower. Coming out of this classic. Hey Mike Welcome to the Jason. Tj Show so what exactly do you have. This may require some explanation. What I have is a Pair of broken foster grant sunglasses. That will give me forty years ago by the clown Emmett Kelly when I was about twelve or thirteen years old okay. Okay and then happened. Oddly enough and Dan assault so in the clown world and I just don't know is that is is immig Kelly a famous clown extremely one of the most famous in the clown world. He toured with Barnum and Bailey Circus for years. So so so. How many people did he kill Being a clown you. Nowadays you automatically think is out. Murdering people is bad clan but Before the clown clown Medicare Were you a fan of clowns in general or do you disliked him because you saw when you we were kids a circus act him but oddly enough this happen at my dentist office and he was there to have a pair while the circus was in town in Charlotte Orleans was in Lenore about an hour West Charlotte having a team prepared and He was slightly. We dropped because this was broken in hurting them and decided I needed his broken foster grant sung. Thanks Mike Dennis. Getting spraying them with the Seltzer bottle and making balloon. Animals out of the Rubber gloves your weird celebrity memorabilia. John's says my grandfather has kyle petty's gum still in his empty empty mellow Yellow Cup from a meet and greet you see this question is did they. They reach you it after giving give it to second question is is there any way. That's not pronounced mellow yellow. The Gum right there. Here's a lady that says. She got her weird her weird celebrity item. That she's KIP. I got a little bit of marijuana from an Alabama concert in Kentucky. Okay what does let me you got it from the band. This is a little bit of marijuana from an Alabama concert. Alabama the country in Kentucky. Why would you not just smoke? Maybe the shell was last night so but you know I. I've gotten now. You're trying to think of any celebrity that I would that I would like enough to want their discarded gum or their their water bottle. They been drinking from. I don't I can't think of and it's not that I that I don't like any celebrities because there are some celebrities that are really really like and admire And respect back to Hollywood type or the or the musician type celebrities but still. I have a have a few those but I wouldn't want I wouldn't want their gum. I mean you are just doing years in the slightly more sophisticated low level like a framed photo with Ronald Reagan. And then wasn't your dog. Dutch somehow connected to Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan's nickname was Dutch. Yes so you're just collecting in a classier yeah. I don't have a picture of myself with with Ronald Reagan. I was little when he was the president. I mean you know my parents wouldn't have you know I lost nothing. NBC They actually you can meet. He's good and all that but I ain't lost nut in Washington. DC This is as the act J.. Total recall podcast. Are we going to try to get them to come in on a busy doing okay and our manager managing everything up you sound for fifteen seconds. I'm already over and completely but he had a he had a friend. Just completely accounts are forms fringes completely. stood him up for dinner last night. He had this this guy that he wanted us to meet because they've been friends for awhile longtime and it was kind of you know it was going to be. This is the kind of told you about and then you gotta look at it like. Has He ever eaten with Adam if so he knows that the table manners not that great and he is is GonNa Bounce out on that anytime in the invitation is there. No you go wait for me. Go Away from me and put on a beep when we were Columbia yesterday at the at one zero. Four seven W in okay. They had Wang's for US buffalo wings. An atom got a couple of Buffalo Wings and managed to get the buffalo sauce oss way up on his shoulder his shirt not down on his chest and some of the top of his shoulder. He's a little messy Marvin. As as if he snatched the wing out of his mouth with such force that is he jerked it out of his mouth. Suddenly sauce flew off. I think it was more of a Tang Tang from the buffalo sauce and he had to get your wings. Reach your shoulder up to mouth but you couldn't put the wing down so you can. Music shoulder has a little scratch Yeah that makes sense or he He could have been eating wings right underneath underneath somebody very tall and their sauce on him. Yeah that's possibility. Could we were there. We saw for instance incredible. This guy's got a masters degree from an Ivy League College. And he he needs. You know seriously need a bib or just like a big piece of our garbage bag over his head with the head cut out completely protect them from getting thinks phone and the way you say that Tj is a reminder what is really incredible as this guy has a masters degree from an Ivy League. College be works with us in radio. uh-huh kitchen his wagon there. We don't know what he does. He tell us we make this much money. And we could be making a lot more than that. And he no he pocketing ping it not telling us as long as we're not complaining a lot of people would say you shouldn't put that much trust in someone especially somebody you didn't even grow up with or anything by a lot of people you mean anybody with some sense. Yeah look what. He's from New York. He's from New York and we trust him like that he saw y'all come into mile away. Southerners they don't have a clue about business. This shooting fish in a barrel they call us Hicks. Yeah these Hicks these hayseeds. I know what they say behind our backs and to our faces as New Yorkers those Manhattanite at night the only sad part is if we ever decide to flat there and confront him. We can't afford it. The book the tickets they might face. I need you to book that I don't WanNa lay over this time. The total recall cast girl. Things that guys use it get a little weird Mama plus a great addition of the week in review you coming up next on total recall. TJ's total recall podcast..

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"manhattanite" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"A stronger and more libertarian. Solution would have been for Disney to put out a video with the actor who played captain. America dressed as Captain America saying that he denounces whatever this candidate stands for. Oh that would have been fun. Yeah I would have enjoyed. It would have been effective. Well so I I would not think that Captain America stands against the idea that somebody would run for office. He would stand well. I mean we know from the film winter soldier that he would stand. Get someone who was running thing for office with things like the Patriot Act and the world terror behind would-be against many of those things as probably something this candidate just going by the numbers here eldest probably all about the Patriot Act. I don't know what this candidates Ideas are usually. It's Republicans that like captain. America Not Democrats. But there's a better argument the captain America's a sort of Truman Democrat than that he was ever Republican. I'm talking about the main universe. Captain America not the the ultimate universe which Certainly was a he was into. He was rewritten to be the sort of Republican captain America because they felt like they needed to represented. Everybody and I thought that it was a great series. But you know I mean I. I don't think the Democrats really identify with Captain America in the same way. I did get to see something online. At one point. He has Democrat by the way. Okay in New York. You'd think he couldn't be otherwise he might be in Brooklyn in Brooklyn New York City Council The New York City East Harlem Midtown Murray Hill Roosevelt Island and the upper east side of Manhattan. So you know is a manhattanite. Yeah there is an interesting one. where the the comment on the Internet Some Democrat was upset that they took captain America. It was a good Democrat and winter. Soldier turned him to a Dushi Libertarian in civil war but I as a libertarian saw caps captain America winter soldier and thought it was the best last movie yet and I never saw a distinction between him and a libertarian. So seem to seem libertarian. To me and winter soldier I would definitely agree that I like the character as he was portrayed in the movies I did not care for Tony Stark. The iron man I I felt like that whole thing should have been reversed. The Tony Stark should have been the one revolting assigned. No we're not signing government crap. Because that's what he did in the original ironman movies well. Yes but in the moral stand the arc that he went the series of civil war the marvel series civil war. It was Aaron man that was held responsible by mother. And you know those kind of things so they wanted to give him that role L. and the character development is going to go to the big guy. The Big Guy is Robert Downey junior so why they decided to do that. I loved and Ironman too. And he's sitting at the Senate and said I just privatize world peace. You're welcome of that. It's really it's awesome that scene and a couple of speeches out of winter soldier in civil war for some of the best stuff that marvel does. But you know I mean. Most of the problems that were being addressed in the Soviet cords. Were really things that Tony Stark did not thinks. Thinks that Steve Rogers did Steve Rogers had no business. Signing this accord thing is being handed down by. Let's face it. The United States government. He didn't do any of this stuff. He headed the group that was responsible headed the group while yes They've But he was that one that one group that was in South Africa or something. Something had that problem scarlet which blows up a building. Something interesting. I still feel like it should have been reverse because in the earlier movie. She was all raw respect. Authority The Shield they showed authorities. The first avengers movie I think. Eight five five four five zero three seven three three. That's eight five five four fifty free as Hasim. Free Talk Live. I can definitely say that I have found the best cryptocurrency wallet. Certainly the best named one. I'm mark edge and I love the edge wallet I've been using it. For the last few months you can buy sell trade and hold your cryptocurrency securely I trust my holdings of all the major crypto currencies to edge wallet. And you should good to know long phrases to memorize just a username and password. Secure your freedom with edge wallet. Did it now on apple or Android in the APP store or AH EDGED DOT AP have you heard of liberty. Con Liberty.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Off. One of the great moments. My I please. Okay. Fine. Do you not understand art dealer? There you go guilty that art. No, I don't kill. So Bill Maher talking about what did he call it? He had a good term for it the socio economic so. Spatial geographic inequality. There you go. That's going on in America. And and rural people between the coasts verses urban people on the coast for the most part there are two Americas. And it seems like one is where all the cool jobs are where people drive Tesla's and eat RT's, no ice cream. We have orchestras and theatre districts and world class shopping. We have chef Wolfgang puck chef boyardee. Posit there once just contempt. I it doesn't bother me. It doesn't bother me. I just think you're never gonna solve anything. It is so much like this movie the green book to me. That movies being criticized because everything comes from the through the lens of the white guy and not understanding about these conversations always come through the lens of the LA or manhattanite wealthy liberal and never from the eyes of the person dripping with condescension. There are tens of millions maybe half the country who want to live in a city where there are no Tesla's and they eat chef boyardee instead of wolf game. They want that or more likely what dad cooked at the backyard barbecue when their family gathering around how their contempt that. They're happy with that. And they don't want the other right? And so if you actually want I think Bill Maher actually wants to like take the fact that there are two different groups figure out how we're going to make this work in our politics. But you can't look at one of them with contempt when you're doing it. Do you have to understand those people aren't trying to get out of that circumstance? They they don't consider the circumstance they considered their lives. And they like it. I did I still do. But if the habitat in which they want the circumstances to stay are built around industries that are no longer sustainable. All right. But that's that's true some places, but that's not true everywhere. All my family and friends. I know live in towns where everything's the same as it was before whatever they're doing around there. Now, if you're in coal mine company, or you used to have a big, you know, GM plant and that goes away. That's a problem, obviously. But it's certainly not true for everybody that the it's amazing the the cool people driving tesla eating at these restaurants, and that that's what everybody aspires to just wrong. You're just wrong about like half the country. Gimme some more. The flyover states have become the past overstates. That's why red state voters are so pissed off. They don't hate us. They wanna be us. They want to go to. That's not true. Like, we're the British Royal family and they're making Markle's dad..

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"manhattanite" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Without Glenn set your preset to eleven. John and Getty show. Recall was issued last week brand of ready to eat chicken nuggets following complaints that packages had pieces of wood. And if there's one thing chicken nugget consumers don't want. It's a natural ingredient. Says you use skinny probably vegan manhattanite, right, right? Like there's something wrong with us who like our chickens, Dr nuggets something ducks him tweet. Terrible things about him encourage Rylance. Good chicken, nuggets are great crappy. Ones are terrible. Agreed. Uh-huh. What is a nugget? Jack, put a small morsel. Exactly. So there was a. Whoa. They're just doing like one night showings, now, and again, it's so special event type showings of Peter Jackson. He's made all those delightful hobbit movies. He did a World War One documentary entitled they shall not grow old. And it is astounding in number of different ways. It is the the obvious headline is they took archival footage from the nineteen teens and colorized it, but they didn't just colorized it. They corrected for the speed. You know, how old time films always look jumpy and people are both runs up to the throws. The pace is all wrong. Every single inch of film and corrected the speed so it flows properly. They in the colorized it, you know, how on your spy shows. Zoom in now, enhance in ways that you can't really do. And all of a sudden, you can read the guys driver's license. Well, but they did that with the greatest technology available on earth. They corrected the speed they sharpen the focus. They colorized it painstakingly over an enormous amount of time with the best people in the world and the best computers in the world. They lightened footage that had grown very very dark through the years and the darkened light footage. And and and I'm sorry, I'm getting I'm getting ahead of myself after the movie, which is about an hour fifty or so roughly they run the credits then Peter Jackson comes on. And there's a half hour documentary on how they made it which is wonderful as the documentary is the documentary on the documentary was just mind blowing. But so anyway, the the main body of the thing though, having achieved it was made yesterday film of these guys fighting World War One in the nineteen teens. One of the main seems the documentary is they had so much footage. And that so much happened in World War One they had to decide. How are we going to protest this? What story are we going to tell what one thing? I haven't heard about this scene. The examples of the video, and it looks fantastic. I'd love to see it on a big screen. But I haven't heard they started nineteen fourteen just take you chronologically through a battle. I mean, what do they do? It is about the experience of being an infantryman infantryman in World War One trench warfare. Trying to charge across the field and take a trench boredom. Waiting trench foot, laughing camaraderie. Just everything about being an infantryman in World War One that extend human experience, and he talked about that in the documentary that they had super cool footage of you know, navy and some air stuff. And did they want to do a history? They they wanted to leave the big history pictures to historians. They just wanted to focus on being human being in World War One, and it is just beautiful and affecting heavy and sickening at times. Yes, Sean what I was really moved by when I saw I've only seen the trailer of it. But how the simple act of colorizing it and speeding up the film made. It seem so much less far removed from my current day to day existence. Right. You wouldn't think you would need this as a human being because what you're seeing on those jumpy old black and white films are clearly other human being, but for some reason smooth than enhanced and colorized in the colorization is miraculous. They are much more human to you. They're like, oh, I know dude looks just like that that guy just made a joke. I would make and what they did. And again, this was in the documentary is these movies are almost entirely silent. But you could see the guys mouse moving they had the best lip readers in the world figure out what they were saying, then they figured out what regiment.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

04:39 min | 2 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on KGO 810

"Was issued last week for brand of ready to eat chicken nuggets following complaints that packages had pieces of wooden and if there's one thing chicken nugget consumers don't want. It's a natural ingredient. Says you you skinny probably vegan manhattanite, right, right? Like, there's something wrong with us who like our chickens, Dr nuggets something ducks him tweet terrible things about him insurance violence. Good chicken, nuggets are great crappy. Ones are terrible. Agreed. What is a nugget Jack put a small morsel? Exactly. So there was a. Whoa. They're just doing like one night showings, now, and again, it's so special event type showings of Peter Jackson. He's made all those delightful hobbit movies. He did a World War One documentary entitled they shall not grow old. And it is astounding in number of different ways. It is the headline is they took archival footage from the nineteen teens and colorized it, but they didn't just colorized it. They corrected for the speed. You know, how old time films always look jumpy and people are. Runs throws. The pace is all run every single inch of film and corrected the speed so it flows properly. They in the colorized how unlike your spy shows zoom in now, enhance in ways that you can't really do. And all of a sudden, you can read the guys driver's license. Well, but they did that with the greatest technology available on earth. They corrected the speed they sharpen the focus. They colorized it painstakingly over an enormous amount of time with the best people in the world and the best computers in the world. They lightened footage that had grown very very dark through the years, and they darkened light footage. And and I'm sorry. I'm getting I'm getting ahead of myself after the movie, which is about an hour fifty or so roughly they run the credits then Peter Jackson comes on. And there's a half hour documentary on how they made it. Oh, which is wonderful as the documentary is the documentary on the documentary was just mind blowing. But so anyway, the the main body of the thing though, having achieved it was made yesterday film of these guys fighting World War One in the one thousand nine hundred teens. One of the main themes of the documentary is they had so much footage. And so much happened in World War One they had to decide. How are we gonna approach this? What story are we going to tell you what one thing I haven't heard about this. I've seen the examples of the video. And it looks fantastic. I'd love to see it on a big screen. But I haven't heard that they start in nineteen fourteen inches take you chronologically through a battle. I mean, what do they do? It is about the experience of being an infantryman infantryman in World War One trench warfare. Trying to charge across the field and take a trench boredom. Waiting trench foot, laughing camaraderie. Just everything about being an infantryman in World War One that extend human experience, and he talked about that in the documentary that they had super cool footage of you know, navy and some air stuff. And did they want to do a history? They they wanna leave the big history pictures to historians. They just want to focus on being a human being in World War One, and it is just beautiful and defecting and heavy and sickening at times. Yes, Sean, I was really moved by when I saw I've only seen the trailer of it. But how the simple active colorizing it and speeding up the film made. It seem so much less far removed from my current day to day existence. Right. You wouldn't think you would need this as a human being because what you're seeing on those jumpy old black and white films are clearly other human being. But for some reason smooth than Hanson colorized in the colorization is miraculous. They are much more human to you. They're like, oh, I know dude looks just like that that guy just made a joke. I would make in what they did. And again, this was in the documentary is these movies are almost entirely silent. But you could see the guys mouse moving they had the best lip readers in the world figure out what they were saying, then they figured out what regiment.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Nuggets following complaints that packages had pieces of wooden and if there's one thing chicken nugget consumers don't want. It's a natural ingredient. Says you you skinny probably vegan manhattanite, right, right? Like there's something wrong with us who like our chickens, Dr nuggets something ducks him tweet. Terrible things about him encourage violence. Good chicken, nuggets are great crappy. Ones are terrible. Agreed. What is a nugget, Jack? But a small morsel, exactly. So there was a. Whoa. They're just doing like one night showings, now, and again, it's so special event type showings of Peter Jackson. He's made all those delightful hobbit movies. He did a World War One documentary entitled they shall not grow old. And it is astounding in number of different ways. It is the headline is they took archival footage from the nineteen teens and colorized it, but they didn't just colorized it. They corrected for the speed. You know, how old time films always looked jumpy and people are both the. Throws. The Pacers all run they took every single inch of film and corrected the speed so it flows properly. They they colorized. Unlike your spy shows. Zoom in now, enhance in ways that you can't really do. And all of a sudden, you can read the guys driver's license. Well, but they did that with the greatest technology available on earth that corrected the speed they sharpen the focus. They colorized it painstakingly over an enormous amount of time with the best people in the world and the best computers in the world. And they lightened footage that had grown very very dark through the years, and they darkened light footage. And and I'm sorry. I'm getting I'm getting ahead of myself after the movie, which is about an hour fifty or so roughly they run the credits then Peter Jackson comes on. And there's a half hour documentary on how they made it which is wonderful as the documentary is the documentary on the documentary was just mind blowing. But so anyway, the the main body of the thing though, having achieved it was made yesterday film of these guys fighting World War One in the nineteen teens. One of the main themes of the documentary is they had so much footage. And it so much happened in World War One they had to decide. How are we going to approach this? What story are we going to tell one thing? I haven't heard about this. I've seen the examples of the video. And it looks fantastic. I'd love to see it on a big screen. But I haven't heard they started in nineteen fourteen. Just take chronologically thrown on battle. I mean, what did they do? It is about the experience of being an infantryman infantryman in World War One trench warfare. Trying to charge across the field and take a trench boredom. Waiting trench foot, laughing camaraderie. Just everything about being an infantryman in World War One that extent human experience, and he talked about that in the documentary that they had super cool footage of you know, navy and some air stuff. And did they wanna do a history? They wanted to leave the big history pictures to historians. They just wanted to focus on being being in World War One, and it is just beautiful and defecting and heavy and sickening at times. Yes, Sean, I was really moved by when I saw I've only seen the trailer of it. But how the simple act of colorizing it and speeding up the film made. It seem so much less far removed from my current day to day existence. Right. You wouldn't think you would need this as a human being because what you're seeing on those jumpy old black and white films are clearly other human being, but for some reason smooth than enhanced in colorized in the colorization is miraculous. They are much more human to you. They're like, oh, I know dude looks just like that that guy just made a joke. I would make and what they did. And again, this was in the documentary is these movies are almost entirely silent. But you could see the guys mouse moving they had the best lip readers in the world figure out what they were saying, then they figured out what regiment they were. They went to that part of England found people who talk like that. And had them.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Tell you why. If you're a joy to be around more people want to be with you. More of the people that want to be with you. The happier. You will be. Very simple. The relationship between friendship and happiness. Is so obvious as to not need any further explication. And the way to draw people into your life is to. Be a source of joy. And I don't mean giggles. I don't mean you're a great bowling companion. And I like bowling, by the way, I just wanna say for quite a number of years. I had a bowling bowl bowling shoes. I mean own I'm talking about owned. That's more than like, that's a very very good point. All righty, everybody. One eight Prager seven seven six. Are you a joy to be ran? Okay. Where is there a guy in Staten Island? Okay. Elliott, Staten Island, New York. Hi. Dennis is a pleasure. A real pleasure. You again. Now, the question would you be happy to hang around people in from Manhattan, Manhattan night? I grew up in Brooklyn residents in Staten Island. And no, I wouldn't want to be with a manhattanite. I'd rather be with somebody out west somewhat stout. League West of people. They have more of a soul. People have avoid the missing something like a vase that. If you break it open, just empty..

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"manhattanite" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"You shower away, your odor shower away your mood. That's the way it works for the mature. Now, I admit that there are a handful of people who for physiological reasons cannot do that they are excluded from my recommendation not notes much stronger than a recommendation. Then by the can't take command because I can't command anybody. Somewhere between recommendation in command. All right, y'all. I'm Dennis Prager. This is the happiness. Our and today's subject is are you a joy to be with. Really good. What it's a very good one eight listen, there has to be a certain gap a reality gap, right? Because everybody has been with people who were not a joy to be with. But very few people think that they're not a joy to be with. That's the question do people who are not a joy to be with think that they all rejoice to be with. I have no answer. I I I don't know the answer. Years. Now you. I do not know. That's a great. That's a good one. Wouldn't that be great? But how do you how do you find that out? I mean, what are you have a joyless people convention all those of you who are not a joy to be with you'll be meeting at Madison Square Garden. The following date. Wouldn't that be great? The. Not joyful to be with the convention. Why did I pick Madison Square Garden? One might ask. I don't wanna give the answer. Because so you have too many New York listeners. I don't know is the average New Yorker joy to be with. We've interesting question. The average manhattanite. Let's put it this way. It's a great question. Purely on the level of are the joy to be with. Would you rather be with a hundred randomly picked manhattanite or one hundred randomly picked Omaha. Just that's the only question. We're not talking about politics. We're not talking about intellectual pursuits. We're not talking about scholarly credentials. Just plain joy to be with. How about this? By profession would be an interesting question one hundred randomly chosen professors in the liberal arts or or or even better. One hundred ethnic and gender. Studies. Professors. I is one hundred plumbers who would you rather be stuck on an island with? If the only question were that of who is easy to be with. Yeah. That's very I don't know. What we're I take that. I don't think I'm a big plumbers can be hand the on an island. Why why would they do this? There are no faucets. There's nothing there. No, look, they'd be more handy than a gender studies. Professor that is. So I mean, come on. To put the obvious into my ear foam in the middle of the show is just it's it's cringe-worthy. Here's the here's the way, I would phrase it. Are you are you ready drum roll, I have a great of the word aside from joy, are.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

04:25 min | 3 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Why would I why would I want somebody come in here to raid, our great wealth, and who are they paying ain't paying me? So what does that is that there is nothing populist about that statement on any level? Let alone does it even make any intellectual sets. He listen. He's the guy with the gold toilets. And and we've heard the stories about him. You've probably told me some of them about how he he kind of enjoys look at in the intersect him and look at my closet full of ties and watches would you like one, and here's my beautiful plain. If things when you talk he has that's he's and this is why the p the people there's a there's a there's a hesitate showing pedal doing off his trophies to the Babylonians aspect of Trump. There's no so this is why even he's the the rich manhattanite the little people connect, I he's come in and share in bathe in my tubs full of cash sort of thing. He used the term raid. He wasn't thinking about it. I think in my guess is that that's what he's talking about. If you're going to bathe in our fountains of of money than which I'm more than happy to share with you little people across the. World. Then at least you can. And this is the then at least you can bow before me in the proper way, he loves to be loved isn't. This is just Trump being Trump. That's what I mean. It's not it's not nationalist. It's not. It's it's you can't apply. Anyone term to him. He he is just him. That's why his lot. No. I mean since we had veggietales in the montage. I mean, the only thing missing to your little rant. There was and I just need you to down to the chocolate bunny. That's essentially the only thing missing. You just said something I've tried to say numerous folks, I've done interviews with since his the his rise to power. There is no Trump ISM. There is no trumpets ideology. It's there's a persona. There is no there is zero populism in that tweet zero. It is it is essentially that's the language of the very swampy Republican, corporatists. You can't stand. Which is that's the global. Yeah. You guys come in. You bet. Yeah. Our country is wide open. Come in and read it, you know, just, you know, pay a toll and Aaron said, you know, you're just make sure you leave the money there on the table and have have your way. There's nothing populist about that. Nothing. Nothing. Nothing at all. Version of popular. Mention your they don't pay the tariffs customers to consumers are paying that. You know, so. There's no cohesive ideology, there's just a persona, and that's kind of what you're speaking to. Yeah. It's Joe on a door there in terms of its intellectual ideological consistency. It's just it's just a persona which goes back to what you're saying. About Kellyanne Conway at all the stories we learned a couple months ago about the people like putting papers or taking papers away from his desk that he may or may not sign. I mean when when that White House is ultimately about nailing jello against a wall in all things. And you want to be a part of somehow, let's take Kellyanne Conway at like face value as valuable interested public servant, will then you learn that the game you need to play involves a degree of sleight of hand that perhaps we aren't accustomed to. Speaking of sleight of hand, we cannot let this segment go without addressing apple CEO. Tim, Cook's comments and errands, montage and. He used. Some key words there. In a few months ago before we made this merger. I'm made an observation about progressivism that if if you're new to our show because maybe hadn't watched or followed us in depth until we came to the blaze in our, you know, blaze media with the merger between the blazin crtv. This is an observation you probably have not heard me talk about yet..

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"manhattanite" Discussed on Bunny Ears

Bunny Ears

03:45 min | 3 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on Bunny Ears

"If you opened certain closets in this house or like even notice among the leg gremlins to posters and ninja turtle things, there will be selective Green Bay Packers. Memorabilia your Packers fan, fucking huge Packers fan that what was it? Ninety six. Yeah, it was one it. It was. It was far second season on the Packers. Oh, so that's a little earlier because I followed them as any six. They won the whole thing white and underwriting. Definitely watch Howard. I'd say ninety six ninety eight where my like active years because they lost the Broncos. I think in the Super Bowl the next year and then they lost the NFC championship game to the Niners. I think I think it was because I think Terrell Owens did that like Belkins beat them. Okay. Yes, regardless, I for some reason, this little kid in a Long Island. I was a huge Packers fan, like bled green in Golder him. I had I was I own stock in the Packers, really. Do you? Do you have it like framed Joe? I don't any. More. Unfortunately, I have a lot of anymore, but you did. I d- totally if you go in my laundry room, I have a game warn framed prefers e that I got from my bur mitzvah and it's in your laundry room who were bears, almost embarrassing, play sports stuff. Weirdly enough. There is a picture on your. I've seen you like with your jersey. Football jersey. What position did you play? I played both sides of the line. Look at you. I was an offensive guard and a middle linebacker that you played the line and not big. I know that's why I'm kind of smiling. We didn't grow 'em big. So the other great thing dude is we. So I played football for three years in school. We lost every game we ever played and never scored a point. Nice. In the three years we played, we were the worst football team. That's fantastic. And we were all like shrimp little Jewish kids and they would like we would scrimmage against these towns from out in Suffolk where like due to come in with mustache. Yeah. Yeah, fourteen year old with a mustache focused, not You mean. know what I mean? They roll over like six feet tall and stuff. So we suck it football, but we were. We were great at lacrosse. You grew up in the city? Yeah, I was. I was a manhattanite not not far from the world's most famous garden. The Madison Square to the Madison Square Garden. Did you go to a lot of sporting events as a kid? I was a big basketball fan. I've talked about that before scored in Nick games. Yeah, I did a good amount, especially back down to pick cure some nice I was going to ask, did you get this at courtside a lot? Yeah. I, I've sent, you know, two seats over from spike leisure. Look, those courtside kind of things. I remember looking to my left and there's there's Spike Lee, and then you know, two seats over to my right is Magic Johnson. Oh, look, look. What look what I. Matt, how old? Oh gosh, maybe about like twelve. Yeah. Meanwhile, they were looking you and they were like, Faulk. I'm remember one time I went to a knick game. My lawyer took me to a Nick game. It was one of those. It was Friday afternoon game or something them, and I just had my hair like bright pink, and it was also raining too. So it was actually bleeding the manic panic shit total so instantly. So it was bleeding too, and I was sitting right in front of a Adam Sandler and SNL with him at that point a couple years earlier. And so at one point he pokes shoulder hundred around. He goes here. This is for you and it was the lid to his to his drink with. That's all it was. It was just fucking he got this for you. Okay. And then a couple of minutes later I gave him like the remnants of my hotdog dude through and the whole game..

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"manhattanite" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"I it's it's dangerous but successful calculated risk taking really is about doing the upfront work you know practicing doing your homework and again failing forward but don't you think that they're just are people by their nature that are more willing to take risks and there are other people who are much more cautious and not willing to take risks and it's just part of who they are it's nothing more than that there is some of that and certainly there's been a lot of work looking at the genetics of risk taking behavior a lot of people like to talk about a gene they call it the warrior gene and it's a gene that makes people a little bit more out there more likely to take risks but you know the thing is is that all of us have some natural tendencies and it's not that we can't learn to become better risktakers come more comfortable with with novelty it's funny the one of the greatest indicators of whether or not when a person will take a risk is how familiar they are with it and you can think of a really silly example which is the subway versus driving in a car if you grew up in new york city you know from the time that you're a little kid you're probably riding the subway and not thinking anything of it and i grew up in that area i took the subway by myself when i was ten or eleven and now i i live in texas and i remember telling somebody here that i did that they were horrified they had never been on a subway or even in a big city like that and they thought that i basically was walking onto a train as a child with a big sign on it that says mug me they they just thought that that was the riskiest thing ever whereas your average person from manhattan wouldn't think twice but then you take that same hardcore manhattanite the person who's you know been in the city forever and has seen it all put them in a rental car.

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"manhattanite" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"manhattanite" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"Let's see who else is trash bamboo rolling papers air is hot water for allegedly sending around his wife's bikini picks who is trash is this okay i believe is sending photos to overweight women of shapely woman in a bikini a hate crime out over the hey calm larry's figel spill fogel heir to the bamboo rolling papers fortune might find out the manhattanite sixty seven years old acting like this that's right sixty seven years old acting like a fucking child he allegedly sent swimwear photos of his much younger wife deborah wisdom's big vote spilled fogel or whatever to clients at the rice house healthcare program near durham north carolina with the message hey bitches no fat asses here we two years ago he was banished from the program clinic decrease obesity and a variety of medical disorders for bad behavior at the same time to pose as learned he was trolling female members with the photos and it may it may get him in big trouble with the law or source added that at the end the twenty seventeen all the emails attacks return over to the fbi ages who they were reviewing liars actions as possible hate crimes jerry clayton speed spill fobel's lawyer claims that he is not aware of any facebook i mean any every ivestigations however after spiegel at this bill fogel was asked to leave the right house at twenty sixteen he was charged with stalking but didn't show up his court days so in a restaurant was issued in april the is still outstanding protocol court.

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