17 Burst results for "Mark Fantastic"

"mark fantastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:24 min | 4 months ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Studios. Here's Mike. Oh, Is that what you think you think you'll see it all driven down considerably. I love hearing from people in Colorado, who point out that the Colorado governor has had a very hard line stance with masks. Um for months and months. Currently words stay stage red in Colorado. And as the governor of Colorado. Has been a you know. A Biden disciple of Mask mandates. Well, the governor of Colorado and his partner Both have contracted Cove. It Hmm. Mm. On the other hand, it wouldn't surprise anyone to know that a Democrat governor is saying one thing and doing another. Like making people wear masks, But maybe not wearing masks. I don't know. It's like Oh, I don't know a little bit like Gavin Newsom. Partying it up in a restaurant with a bunch of people or the mayor of Boston, telling people they're not allowed to travel, delivering that message from his condo in Mexico. On his family vacation. These people are nuts. They just They just are And remember, they're the crazy ones. So when they tell you, you're crazy. For wondering and worrying. Being upset about election integrity. In the November 2020 election. You're not crazy. You see any of the whistle blower hearings this week to see any the Senate hearings. You see the testimony. In Atlanta, where we're headed this weekend. Because we're broadcasting from Georgia all next week. We're going to be battling and fighting. And advocating for Kelly Leffler and David Perdue. These two senators have to win these run offs on January, the fifth Little over. What about a month from now? Month and a day from now, whatever it is How about what we heard yesterday in all these irregularities, and you've heard it all you've heard about the the Ups workers that delivered bags and bags about Biden ballots and the water main break and the vote count. Bean stopped in the middle of the night. You know, let them mock us all they want Let them roll their eyes. Let the smart kids act like this was a clean election. You and I And millions of fellow Americans. No better. 506 felons voted illegally in Georgia voting in person on October 23rd. I was told that there was an absentee ballot already out for me. Those paper ballots were not secure. I don't care if you're a Democrat, a Republican. I hope you'll take what these people are telling you seriously bunch of brave people coming forward because they took an oath to do so. They swore that if they saw irregularities, they have to confirm it. And they have to verify that those irregularities and a bunch of brave people are doing just that. Just that here's the governor. Last night. On television. He was on with Laura Ingraham on the Fox News Channel. Governor camp talking about Um, request That he is something he's calling for, and the secretary of state thus far hasn't done it. We're the red wall to stop socialism, Pelosi, AOC and everybody else. I called early on for a signature. All that obviously Secretary State for the laws and the Constitution would have to order that He has not done that. I think it should be done. So right away. You wonder what in the hell is going on in Georgia, where the governor who has been criticized for his lack of calling the state Legislature together, he's at least calling for a signature on it. The secretary of state, evidently. Hasn't called for it. There's all you talk about the devil going down to Georgia. We have, like over 9000 people request my friend and colleague Mark Davis is little musical parody of the devil going down to Georgia. And I'm not the devil and I'm not going down. I'm going up to Georgia from Florida. Be driving there over the weekend, and we'll be broadcasting next week from the studios of Am 9 20 the answer, But for everybody who missed it, this was the coolest thing. Mark is the morning host on 6 60 am the answer in Dallas he guest hosted yesterday. For a dentist breaker. Boyd. He got a lot of flak. Lot of listeners were upset at Mark's criticism of Linwood, Sydney, Pal and the effort and Mark is one of us. Don't worry. Marcus is frustrated and angry and worried about election integrity and integrity as anybody. But Mark's position is there's only one path and that's to get the state legislatures. Legislators to Get the electors. To refuse to certify the electors or vote for the have the electors vote for Biden to keep him from 2 70. He believes that's the path but in any event here's Mike Here's the marks. Fantastic rendition. He did this live and on the fly, and I wanted to.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

07:51 min | 7 months ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on Holding The High Line with Rabbi and Red

"More and more players who who people say. He good. Let's go. what did you take from game? What did you think Would you see from your your critical ally in on the galaxy about how the rapid drifted apart? I mean. So for me in this game I think it was about who's going to impose their will in who's going to actually have their style of play. You know the the alyx defense were things were really stabilize March where they had that five game unbeaten run I. Think I think it was four wins the row and I WANNA say it was Portland San Jose It will started with traffic with the first game back and then I, WanNa say Seattle was in there as well. Question Mark. But in any case, the entire backline including David being really went full Carlos Bocanegra. As soon as we get the ball, find a way to get awaiting in pressure if you're in pressure and then somebody just punt it forward and either get the ball to. The feet of Rejete in-space or permanent space, and then have them great opportunities in relate the goals that they scored was off of the opponent being organized in that transition play, and so the question was when we kind of saw the faces of play that establish over the course of the last couple of months. You know the question was the rapids able to press the legality well, were they gonna be able to not make any mistakes to leave the door open for Pavonis or fashion jet? I mean Ethan Zubak Mark Fantastic. Homegrown he did a lot of great stuff for La Galaxy to not that she to read those turn anything. I'm for the Galaxy and other than that. One goal that he scored but I mean ear offensively you're playing with ten men I mean Ethan, Zubak's job is. Occupy fifty percent of one of the center of attention. It creates enough space for somebody else for him to do that like he is. I'm GonNa make another last dance reference year listeners on. So Scottie Pippen in that game sixty, the jazz in nineteen, Ninety six or the director asked him you know, Scotty what was your was your role for that game in game six? He's like I was a decoy that whole game like even Zubak is a rung below that in terms of being a decoy his job is occupy space, but you know. So then it falls to the rapids make mistakes in those five ten percent of the time of the game in which. They are not fully engaged defensively in the fact is loss Boubacar mark. I think I would argue the last month at ease had is the best reform, these ads including going back to last year where he showed up and just completely changed from saddleback backline standpoint for completely shut down all eight him absolutely no spaces. So in there, it was up to a few other guys to create opportunities in you're relying on Sebastian? which at who can be a little bit of inconsistent at times in in Alvarez who kinda similar to call Bassett. A year ago still young kid trying to find his role within the team and also figure out what he's really good at from an attacking standpoint the elegance you could had a goal late in the second half I wanna say it was still just one yell at this point where Alvarez. Takes the ball down from a deflection right? Just inside the box and he looks to play a through ball to legit any puts too much on in basically just rolls Yarbrough and he picks it up when anybody else in the field Shoulda shot there and so on the allegations. Were not at one hundred percent efficiency and the rapids were really able to crest them defensively to wear those walls normally go out of own that. Then let them get the ball forward, take pressure and let their defense, catch their breath and also create opportunities that didn't happen. They were putting it out and it was going out of bounce for throw in and the rapids were playing quickly mark you and I have both played in foot mode on E. FO where we played an opponent who is far superior to us and you're just you're defensively it's scrambled fending at the back and then you get the ball and finally you hold down that the whatever button it is. To you know play just completely punt the ball forward and you punch it. You're like finally. Okay it's relief maybe we can win the ball in midfield and then a runner comes from off screen for the opponent and just take it up immediately gets it, and so I thought this was Yvette masterclass in terms of frazier having a system that works to the rapids opponents, insists, and then also them actually executing it noticing little nuances, unique the Alexey and just making them uncomfortable such that the galaxy had to play rapids it was not a winning formula, the galaxy mark any bad things we really WANNA say on here I guess the thing that all says Akasa had job opportunities. We had conversations how he's done a lot of really good stuff this year in terms of in the bill to play on from defensive standpoint I think he's holy become a you know if Jack Rice's Sam Cronin this analogy, he's APPs Michael Zero, but he's gotten enough opportunities to score more goals in this restarting he hasn't I he could have had a couple of goals on good Andrea, she he a Rubio still out the. had a couple opportunities. The rapids could have won this game three nail. That's maybe why my only bad thing other than Danny Wilson and US namely were both subbed out in the second half and took their time getting off yield on and since then I've had a conversation province Frazier Danny Wilson's on the men. Quicker than what they thought based on what they knew going back to last Wednesday night out when he was evaluated posting on on either of these players was available for the game last night at time of recording against the quakes. But Danny Wilson is quickly on the mend if he's not available for this coming Sunday against Kansas. City. I would expect him to be available for selection next week and then we don't have enough information. UNICEF nominally. who was thoroughly who looked in significant pain holding his hand string 'em was much worse for wear walking off the field assisted by a member of the training staff mark any other bad things or do we just WanNa hype more. man I mean I think you covered really nicely by saying, Carolina causes a little a little inconsistent. He has a different role this year I mean I dug in on it with the numbers a little bit with g plus for. American soccer analysis that He's actually better than Jack Price this year in terms of the statistical measurements of the advanced metrics that you know this kind of very very he's playing of very solid eight. You know which means he's expected to do, and we've talked about this in the past that's a role he's played in the past a lot more I. Think. The deceptive thing about Kellyn Acosta is that his his free kicks You know he's not taking with price back. No Right. Exactly I. Thought say but like he's he's a he used to be for the first year that he arrived. He was kind of the default player to take a long direct kick onto goal which he usually got made him real real dangerous but he didn't finish too many of them. But. Other than that. He was in a lot of physicians to be the Straw stirs the drink the passing link-up guy you know the the kind of second runner scorer. Number, ten type things but he it wasn't right. It wasn't working and it hold him out I think under previous coaches pulled him out of his role of doing the dirty work as a defender and made him be ineffective attacker and a really terrible defender. I think that was what you could say about him nineteen and eighteen. And this year I think I'm going to give credit to Robin Frazier a think Robin. Frazier has Calinikos his head on rights and he's contributing more and. Setting in more. I think I said this before but the numbers come in I said just like three weeks ago but the numbers.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:30 min | 7 months ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's the Dennis Prager Show for Thursday. Mark Davison for Dennis. Dennis is back tomorrow to wrap up your weak It is the 10th of September and that is some of what we're talking about. 19th anniversary of the last normal day. We were not together tomorrow, but I am doing the Larry Elder show tomorrow to pick up from here because I'll probably take in a sort of a natural progression and probably ask a little more of the other question. I've asked today and that is Did we kind of win the war on terror? And they didn't put out a memo. I mean, I've always known there was not going to be a U. S s. Missouri signing ceremony or big operate like we had for V E Day VJ day there would be no V T day. To correspond, but it's interesting. I mean, what what I remember. I mean, I've done talk shows for a long time. And I remember defining if somebody had called me in 5 10 6013 And it said, What will it look like when we want My answer has been consistent. It is that we're never going to do away with terrorism. We're never going to do away with jihadi is completely There'll always be a murdering population of people who want to kill us where we stand. But if they're not in the news every day, and if they're not a daily security concern, if bombing our embassies and we're not having more Benghazi's and and more nine Elevens and more beheadings, and if we're able to slowly draw down the troops, that's kind of what victory looks like. And that's kind of where we are. Isn't it? And if maybe we're hesitant to quote unquote declare victory because that suggests we're done nothing to worry about anymore. You know, there were gonna be any more Pearl Harbor's after VJ day right? Hitler was not going to roll through Europe after he was dead at the end of Ah, victory in Europe. But maybe there's hesitancy to say, Well, we we won the war on terror. So now we don't don't have to worry about the threat of jihad anymore. Well, obviously we will need to worry about that for the rest of our lives. It ain't going away. We have it at bay for now. Could it rear its head again? Yes. Do I pray that were more vigilant about it now than we've been in the past? Yes, but questions abound, And we're talking about that. And how ready to boycott the whole shooting match? Everybody is now in the NFL. Eyes starting its season and I feel terrible about that chief's Texans. That's a great game Great playoff game last year. I love the chief's victory in the Super Bowl. But if if these young men see fit, Tio dishonor my country tonight is I'm catching it on NBC, which eyeball tune in and see what happens. One knee hits the ground. I just developed some family time. I just developed opportunity Toe Stream a movie with my wife. I just developed the ability to read a book or play with dogs or take a walk. Or who knows what. Because the NFL is going to give me a lot of free time this year. I fear So we will. We will see. I've also asked about people who are kids during 9 11. Cause I'm 62. I remember 9 11 from being 43. But let's do this. Let's go to Henderson, South Carolina, Because Clayton if you are 27, it means you're like eight. If I'm doing the difficult math. It's very nice to have you, Mark Davison for Dennis. How you do it. Hey, Clayton. I'm sorry. I might have made a mistake. Hang on. One second operator error. Let's do this T do and How do you do me a favor, Sean? Because I have lost control of everything I'm doing here. That was too And wait. Never got high. Clayton, How are you? Doing good already doing Mark. Fantastic. Thank you. I was just going to say fur. May I was a remember. I think I was. I guess I was in third grade remember happening in class? And you know, they kind of shut the school down. They turned it on TV, and we watched that happen. Um But for May kind of Everything kind of changed as faras childhood went from there, remember, it used to be. You know, the focus is always on your God son play. I lived out in the country and after that it was Parents are always worried. It seems like we became aware of all the evils in the world that we weren't aware of a leash. Maybe. You know you got a good point, while all the grown ups were thinking, what are we going to do? Are we going to go to war? They're going to be other nine eleven's. You know, this was what the years 02030 for 05 were like that for you was what it was like to be 9 10 11 12 years old. Exactly, But maybe you can educate me on this if I'm wrong, but I think probably one of the biggest impact. On my life that it said. I believe that's right. That's when 24 7 media kind of came around. Am I correct on that now? You know what? It's funny. Not so much. I mean, CNN had already been around for decades. CNN was around for all of the eighties, all of the nineties. But if this was the first, just as the Kennedy assassination was the first experience that television in any form had of covering something 24 79 11 was our first opportunity, and I don't know they're probably have been. There have been big stories, but it was where everybody was just glued to TVs. Daytime nighttime 24 hour cycles for days. So it was the first opportunity for all of the networks to toe actually cover some news and most of them, did they. I mean, I'll never forget Aaron Brown, back when CNN was respectable, did an unbelievable job of actually maybe the Gulf War 10 years earlier. Was was an opportunity where we all gathered around the 24 7 news cycles. Um, yeah. Yeah, And it's a because which just to make that list shows you that if we're gathered around the TV Day in day out for hours on end data. That's probably because something terrible has happened. So anyway, let's let's wish against that. Perhaps, and hope that all of our our news networks air, their prattling or covering things or whatever they're doing. Just in a something resembling a normal course of events. We are in Newbury, South Carolina. Hey, Mark Mark Davison for Dennis, How are you? Hey, Where are you doing? Good. Thank you. Well, we don't do respect to a relative that died that they form up against a break. If you don't mind, maybe just holding to ask her like to tell you about about about two minutes. Used them. Well, go. Here we go. Well besides the terrorists War. I think underneath President Trump. I'm not sure we wanted but we certainly know them better than we've ever been on the front. On that day and 9 11 starts so emotional for me. But I know it's 27 years old. And work in maintenance job we heard about Something's going on Wonder clubhouse turn on the TV for the first hour. Was in shock. A second tower. Not you. Shortly after that. I got a call from my mom crying. But you like Mark, he's like, I think David Angel, which is her first cousin, cousins. First. I cannot imagine I because.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

08:40 min | 1 year ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Have been brought up as the skier example of how? It's not supposed to be so a really appreciate you. Stepping up to the plate and giving US another perspective for listeners. It would be safe to say that. The asset management industry have changed dramatically over the past few decades passive. Men's funds with lower and lower fees have increased in popularity and we see more and more algorithm trading. Just mention a few of the changes for US investors and perhaps those listeners who are thinking about a career in management. What does the future hold for activist funds employing traditional portfolio managers? It's interesting I think. Been a lot of focus passive management in just the past couple of years but my view of it is if I look at the time I've been interested in the stock market which goes back to I was in high school and there's been kind of a natural progression where the equity market has been able to provide high rates of return better than almost any other asset category. And because of that it's been an attractive place for individuals to put money back in the nineteen seventies and eighties the easiest way to access that as an individual was through your local stockbroker given a very extensive way to do it not a well diversified way but it be putting all your assets in bonds and then he started to see mutual funds. Come in and that was a much lower cost. Way of investing in the local stockbroker was a typical fund had hundreds of holdings in basically performed in line with the market. Then you saw index funds. Come that said why should we try differ? Just a little bit index in charge of big feet. Let's lower the fee and just produce average returns. And then you saw the value based bonds and growth based funds and after that it was value. Etf's in growth. Ats All along the way the active managers have had to do something that justify their fees and I think that keeps changing when I started at Harris Associates the advisor to the Oak Mark Funds in the early eighties. Simply being value-added there was a reason to earn an active feet. It provided a better return over a long period that an index fund did and there weren't a lot of easy ways for investors to access just a diversified value portfolio. Today you can do that with a value. Etl The charges nothing. That's why it's so important that we've had to evolve in stock selection criteria. You mentioned at the start of the show. That last time we were on a we talked about our holdings of Netflix an alphabet and how those were such unusual names to see in value portfolio. We've had to be responsive to how the economy has changed to an asset light model that gap accounting doesn't do a particularly good job of defining so the old statistics of price to book and P. E. don't work really well on a lot of the industry and at Oak. Mark we've evolved and we've owned a lot of the names that don't necessarily look cheap on gap metrics but on another form of business valuation. Metrics look stunningly attractive. And that's been one of the reasons that oak mark funds has been able to outperform most of its value peer group over the past decade. As we've talked about what a tough decade it's been Value Managers the people thinking about a career in this industry. Just have to understand. It's a constant evolution and you have to stay a step ahead of the computers if the computer can do what you're doing it's going to charge a lower fee than you can but you have to have human judgment human analysis that can't be done. That effectively zero cost in order to make a career in this industry. Thank you for the Liberation on that and for the piece of advice to many of the younger listeners. Now Bill and Mike. You have been very very patient with me here today and you've been very gracious with your time. So thank you so much for coming on. The masters podcast. I'll definitely like to give you guys opportunity to talk a bit more about my funds. What you do and whether Audience Kalin more about you. The Oak Mark Fund family has seven funds. We invest with a long term value framework. If we do that across markets the United States and internationally equity and extend so. We've got the Oak Mark Fund the Mark Select Fund market or National Oak Mark small-cap and then three global funds where we handle the asset allocation between international markets and domestic markets. We also have an equity income fund where we handle the asset allocation between stocks and bonds. You can read about how we think about investing at our website. Okay Mark Dot Com. The commentary pieces that we right. We put a lot more focus on that a lot of our competitors do if you go through and read a couple years worth of our commentaries. You'll have a very good idea about how we invest everything we do is long term value. So that in a snapshot is what we try and do it out. Mark Fantastic and we'll definitely make sure to linked all of that in the show notes and we'll also make sure to link to the previous interview that we have with bill guys again. Thank you so much for time and for coming on the Masters podcast. Thanks for having all right guys so this part time in the show we'll play question from the audience and this question comes from Brad. Let's take a quick break and hear from today sponsor this free podcast episode is brought to you by Radius Bank. 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"mark fantastic" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

10:38 min | 2 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"Back to coast to coast, George Noory with you along with Mark Zicree. And we will take your calls this hour as well as we talk about television, the twilight zone his work on his movie space. Command. You built a set for space command, Mark. It was great fun to build spaceships sets. And now what we're about to do would be finished shooting. Second to our story is we're building the interior of an alien hibernation ship, and we're building a creature in alien creature. And so that's what we're going to. That's the Kickstarter campaign that was starting Monday has to do that to finance finance that. And then as I mentioned Russell something invest in shares in space committed to told me in the way of doing television. And and I really love it. If we're going to do we're going to see the entire twelve hours season this year, that's fast. But it's great. And I'm the only writer who wrote for both deep space nine in Babylon five and both of those shows you'd build your standing sets, you you'd have basically converted warehouse or sound stage, and you would very very rarely leave that you would you would basically be shooting on your spaceship sets and all of that stuff. And we have a cave set that we use for for the tunnels on Mars, and the asteroid belt and so forth. It's just great fun size. I mean when I was a kid I was given a Christmas present of a trip to the star Trek's that I was there for the. The last episode they ever shot the original Star Trek. And when I go on my station since I get that same thrill. It's just it's wonderful. Are you using computer graphics at all? The first hour of the pilot that you can actually watch on my Mr. sci-fi YouTube channel that our has nine hundred visual effects shots and the two hour pilot has nineteen hundred thank shots, which is more than Star Wars is more than any TV show on the air. So I'm using visual effects artists. All around the world. It's you know, my background is is visual arts might degree as an art. And so I I love working with artists and in really speak their language. Good for you back to the phones we go. Let's go to Mimi Midland, Texas to get us started. Hello mimi. I am fine. How are you? I'm great. I'm so happy. They you and your guests are keeping this alive for the next generation. Oh, yes. Sure. All of our technology. We still you can't top this in terms of story writing. But I have a question. I think it was twilight zone. I could be wrong. It was something my parents. And I did together every week was watched that. And it was I think a later episode, and I'm still remember vividly. I think it was you look just like number twelve. Yes, that's up so called number twelve just looks just like you is written by. Beaumont and John Tomlin. And it's it's about a future where everyone gets cosmetic surgery is certain age. And they all look like, basically like each other. And it started a wonderful accident common Wilcox would just been in tequila Mockingbird. She plays the girl who chooses Brock Peters of rape. And and so they can't the access from Toco Mockingbird in twilight zone, and it's a wonderful wonderful episode. What I'm wanting to know because my father was friends with him, and they was the name and the man they played the doctor in that episode that was. Magritte named Richard long Richard long. Did he ever go off to do anything else? So called nanny. And the professor that he started in the was very popular at the time. All right, super, thanks Mimi. Appreciate it. We have Blair in Sedona Arizona now. Go forward Blair. Thank you, George. Hey, Mark big fan of the twilight zones black and white episodes was like black and white still making added timeless essence, and I'm wondering about the future of black and white and television, especially with holographic in three D TV that we might have in our living room. Yeah. Go ahead. Go ahead. Well, you know, it's funny because black and white is I mean at twilights on this the most gorgeous black and white TV show ever made. It was the director of photography was George Clements would work all the way back in the silence. He works Valentino and Charlie Chaplin. And he was just a mastery won an EMMY for Cima talk fan twilight zone. But nowadays, you know, it takes courage to shoot something in black and white Roma which was a movie that just won. You know, the the Oskar was shot in black and white. But you'll see that very often to go to a network executive TV executives say, hey, I want something in black and white and takes a lot of a lot of nerve. And so so it would, but but the new the new, you know, three televisions those sort of things these are technologies that people really love working in. And and I I love the bag of tricks of the modern day and again because I'm free to do whatever. I wanna do. I wanted to shoot something in black and white. I certainly couldn't that may be something. I do down the road. Like at Blair, do you think twilight zone would work in color nowadays? Well, you know, there's something so wonderful in classic about the black and white. You know, the show the original show a different feeling did. And when you watch the new episodes, Jordan, Peele episodes, they're in color, and they're they don't look bad that they don't look great. They don't take your breath away. So you the real the real answers all of this is the twilights was made by people who are geniuses. I mean, they were the top writers composers directors actors there wasn't anyone better than them at that time. And we're now really, and and it takes genius. When genius comes together in that way. It's it it lasts. And and so raw knew exactly what he was doing when night gallery came out. It was in color, and it didn't have the same feeling as twilight zone universal. Rod was he was able to get a few good episodes through. But he was really wasn't happy with night gallery, and the kinds of flat visual quality that was very amble Matic of Universal's TV shows at the time in LA Hoya. California's with us now Thomas go ahead. George. Thank you for taking my call. Mark fantastic work that you're doing thanks for to the complete space. Command. Me to ask you, you know, we're familiar in the nineteen sixties with the television shows twilight zone, and of course, Star Trek. But in nineteen sixty eight they were two mainstream television shows that involve science fiction a little bit of poor. And a lot of conspiracy. One was called the invaders. It was about I very hostile next terrestrial infiltration show was a British show called the prisoner. Yes. And that was. Renter? Stacked or Patrick McGowan produced financed scripted and directed and then even acted in the show brought in all of his favorite British actors. And I was wondering if you would comment on both of those. Of course, there are two shows that I very very dearly loved the invaders start ROY status. It was done by Quinn. Martin. It was a great heaven DOI show about an alien invasion where the aliens look like humans, except they they apparently they're race didn't have a pinkie finger. So they had trouble making their pinkie finger work with the other fingers. And that was kind of a tip off was the giveaway. And it was just a wonderful show. The music was great really creepy show. And I watched it again recently, and it holds up the actors are wonderful. And and the prisoner again was just a brilliant. That's going was phenomenal. As the the creative head of the show. But also the star of it, and it was shot in a small town in Wales, and I actually Elaine, and I my wife, and I actually went there on vacation about ten years ago and stay there and to to walk through those around amongst those buildings and just lived through. You know, what what what Patrick McGowan had had experienced? It was just a thrill, and and it was yeah. It was it was a great show and again in another southern holds up these are both very intelligent TV shows. And and the acting the talent that you had both in England and America in the late sixties, you those of us with television that late in the late sixties. You would see the same actors on every show there only been networks. So someone might be on Star Trek one week, and then Gilligan's island the next and so so the invaders deaf. Benefited from those those actors and the prisoner my God, Leo mckern, all these amazing British actors, we own the current went onto planes from rumpole of the Bailey in later years, and he was just one of the great great actors in British television. When I was five years old. My father used to watch his show called science fiction theatre. I remember this because I remember the music in everything else, and he just loved that program. And that was a prelude to the twilight zone, wasn't it. And it was a little drier and a little more, you know, sort of like a robot and we're going to do an episode about a robot. So the the creative inspiration for very different. But it's an entertaining show. And I mean, I think it's great that we live in a time where you can watch pretty much any show you want to you can find them on on DVD or Blu Ray or find them on that on the internet. And that's that those of us who grew up with television back in the sixties. You couldn't do that. You didn't have that luxury VCR's? There was no Blu Ray, none of that. And if he wants to show, you may never see it again, until of course, technology allowed us that. I remember they did an episode on you, and they had a tight shot of a radar screen with all these little blips view of os. And I think I think the show lasted only a couple of years. It was short lived Hitchcock lasted a long time. They hits talk show and twilights in less than five seasons. But a lotta shows were you know, one or two seasons out what remember the one step. He on. Yes. Yes. That was a classic to another really fun show. Sure was next up. Let's go to Perry in California. Welcome to the show. Hi, perry. Go ahead, sir. George. How are you today? Thank you. Hello, mark. Hello. Yeah. I I just really appreciate all you, do, you know, when you you teach students, you know, you know, come in and teach acting and whatever you do. I really appreciate that, my friend. Thank you. Thank you. I think it's so important to to to pay a forward, you know, twenty six years ago, a lot of my friends in Hollywood of feeling very very depressed and very bummed out. And very, you know, Hollywood can really be very corrosive. And I started around table where people could come writers directors actors producers, and we would meet once a week..

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

12:02 min | 2 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on KTRH

"Welcome back to coast to coast, George Noory with you along with Mark Zicree. And we will take your calls this hour as well as we talk about television, the twilight zone his work on his movie space. Command. You built a set for space command, Mark. It was great fun to build spaceships sets. And now what we're about to do because be suiting second to our story is we're building the interior of alien hibernation ship, and we're building creature alien feature. And so that's gonna that's Kickstarter campaign. That was starting to do that to finance finance that and selling invest in shares space command totally new way of doing television. And and I really love it. If we're gonna do the entire twelve hour season this this year, that's fast. Yes. But it's great. And I'm the only writer who wrote for both deep space nine abalon five. And both of those shows you'd build your standing sets, you you'd have basically converted warehouse where sound stage, and you would very very rarely leave that you would you would basically shooting on your spaceship sets and all of that stuff. And we have Cape set that we use for these tunnels on Mars, and the asteroid belt and so forth. It's just great fun. It says I mean when I was a kid I was given a Christmas present of a trip to the star Trek's. I was there for the. Last episode they ever shot the original Star Trek. And when I go on my station that same thrill. It's just it's wonderful. Are you using computer graphics at all, yes? The first hour of the pilot that you can actually watch on limits decide YouTube channel that our has nine hundred visual effects shots and the two hour pilot has nineteen hundred affect shots, which is more than Star Wars more than any TV show on the air. So I'm using visual effects artists. All around the world. It's you know, my background is visual arts degree as an art. And so I I love working with artists and in really speak their language. Good for you back to the phones, regardless Goto Mimi Midland, Texas to get started. Hello Mimi had yours. How are you? I'm fine. How are you? I'm great. I'm so happy. They you and your guest or keeping this alive for the next generation. Oh, yes. Sure. All of our technology. We still you can't top this in terms of story writing. But I have a question. I think it was twilight zone. I could be wrong. It was something my parents. And I did together every week watched that, and it was I think a later episode, and I'm still remember vividly. I think it was you look just like number twelve. Yes. Yes. That's that's so called number twelve just looks just like you as written by. John tomlin. And it's it's about a future where everyone gets cosmic surgery certain age, and they all like, basically like each other. And it started a wonderful exiting common Wilcox would just been in kill Mockingbird. She plays the girl who chooses Brock Peters of rape. And they cast a lot of the actors from Toco Mockingbird in twilight zone, and it's a wonderful wonderful episode. What I'm wanting to know because my father was friends with him. And he was the name of the man they played the doctor in that episode. That was. Named Richard long Richard long. Did he ever go off to do anything else? Yes. There was a teeny show called nanny. And the professor that he starred in was very popular at the time. All right, super thank me. Appreciate it. We have Blair in Sedona Arizona now. Go forward Blair. Thank you, George. Hey, Mark big fan of the twilight zones black and white episodes, like black white filmmaking added timeless essence, and I'm wondering about the future of black and white and television, especially with holographic in three D TV that we might have in our living room. Yeah. Go ahead. Go ahead. It's funny because black and white I mean twilights on this the most gorgeous black and white TV show ever made. It was the director of photography was manning. George Clements would work all the way back in the silence. He works Latino and Charlie Chaplin, and he was just a mastery won an EMMY for talk fan twilight zone. But nowadays, you know, it takes courage to shoot something in black and white Roma which was a movie just once, you know, the the Oscar which in black and white you'll see that very often to go to a network executive TV executives say, hey, want, something black and white. I think a lot of a lot of nerve. And so so it would. But the new the new, you know, three televisions. Those sort of things these technologies the people really love working in. And and I love the bag of tricks of the modern day, and again because I'm free to do whatever. I wanna do. I wanted something black and white. I certainly couldn't that may be something. I do down the road like your Blair. Do you think twilight zone would work in color nowadays? What do you notice something? So wonderful. Classic about the black and white. You know, the show the original show different feeling at did. And when you watch the new episodes, Jordan Peele sorts there in color, and they're they don't look bad that they don't look great. They don't take your breath away. So the real the real answers all of this is the twilights was made by people who are geniuses. I mean, they were top writers composers directors actors there wasn't anyone better than them at that time. And we're now really, and and it takes genius. When genius comes together in that way. It's it it lasts. And and so run new exactly what is doing when night gallery came out. It was in color, and it didn't have the same feeling as twilight zone. No universal. Rod was he was able to get a few good episodes through. But he was really wasn't happy with night gallery, and it kind of flat visual quality that was very innovative. Universal TV shows at the time. Tom LA Hoya. California's with us now Thomas go ahead, George thank you for taking my call. Mark fantastic work that you're doing things forward to the complete space. Command to ask you, you know, we're familiar in the nineteen sixties worth the television shows twilight zone, and of course, Star Trek. In nineteen sixty eight they were to mainstream television shows that involve science fiction a little bit of poor in a lot of conspiracy. One was called the invaders. It was about I very hostile extraterrestrial infiltration show was a British show called prisoner. Yes. And that was like the twilight zone renter stacked or Patrick Mogollon produced financed scripted and directed, and then even hacked it in the show brought in all of his favorite British actors. And as wondering if you would comment on both of those, of course to that. I very very dearly love the invaders start, ROY Innis. It was done by Quinn. Martin. It was a great paranoid show about an alien invasion where the aliens look like humans except they apparently race didn't have a pinkie finger. So they had trouble making their pinkie finger work with the other fingers, and that was kind of a tip that was the giveaway. And it was just a wonderful show. The music was great really creepy show. And I watched it again recently, and it holds up the actors are wonderful and the prisoner again was just a brilliant. The was phenomenal as the creative head of the show. But also the star of it, and it was shot as small town in Wales, and I actually Elaine in my life, and I actually went there on vacation about ten years ago and stayed there and to to walk through those the around those buildings and just live through you know, what what what had experienced. It was just a thrill, and and it was yeah. It was it was a great show again at another holds up. These are both very intelligent TV shows. And and the acting the talent that you had in England and America in the late sixties, you know, those of us television late in the late sixties. You would see the same actors on every show there only be networks. So someone might be on Star Trek one week, and then Gilligan's island the next and so so the invaders deaf. Benefited from those those actors and the prisoner my God, Leo mckern, all these amazing British actors, we own the current went onto rumpole of the Bailey in later years, and he was just one of the great great actors of British television. When I was five years old. My father used to watch your show called science fiction theatre. I remember this because I remember the music in everything else in he just loved that program. And that was the prelude to the twilight zone wasn't it was it was a little drier and a little more, you know, sort of like a robot and we're going to do an episode about a robot. So the the creative inspiration for it was very different. But it's an entertaining show. And I mean, I think it's great that we live in a time where you can watch pretty much any show you want to you can find them on on DVD or Blu Ray or find them on the on the internet. And that's that those of us television back in the sixties. You couldn't do that. You didn't have that luxury VCR's? There was no Blu Ray, none of that. And if he wants to show, you may never see it again, until of course, technology allowed us that. I remember they did an episode. On you afford. And they had a tight shot of a radar screen with all these little blips view of os. And I think I think the show lasted only a couple of years. It was short lived Hitchcock lasted a long time, the Hitchcock show and twilights in less than five seasons. But the last shows where you know, wanted to seize out what remember the one step be on. Yes. Yes. Yes. That was a classic to another really fun show. Sure was next up. Let's go to Perry in California. Welcome to the show. Hi, perry. Go ahead, sir. George how are you rate? Thank you. Oh, mark. Hello. Yeah. I I just really appreciate all you, do you know when you eat students come in and teach acting and. Whatever you do. I really appreciate that, my friend. Thank you. Thank you. I think it's important to to to pay it forward, you know, twenty six years ago, a lot of my friends in Hollywood of feeling very depressed and very bummed out. Very, you know, Hollywood can really be very corrosive. And I started around table where people could come writers directors actors producers, and we would meet once a week. And then we have an Email list where you could be all the members and six people. And and that's when we have all sorts all over the country, and again, it's just create a supportive environment for people where they feel safe. They supported there's no judgment is arrogance. And and it's just thrived. I again, it goes back to what right Brad, very, Tommy. When I was ten which is, you know, if you want to create a compassionate world, you your your work? You know, what I do in my work, and my writing is compassionate and doing my life is as well. And and I think people recognize the into city of what I'm one of about. And so I'm very gratified when people say those things, yes. A question there. Yeah. I wanna ask you, what do you think of the new Star Trek series? I think it's really interesting, but, you know, the the special effects, and you know, like, the holographic, you know, instead of viewing screen of they're actually there. Now, this is just toast enterprise in just pre Kirk. Yes. Yes. Yeah. Why did they go? You know, what the concept of going back into the past? Yeah. I don't know. It's it's a strange twist because it technologies actually beyond the original Star Trek. And so it's always kind of butting head against that. And it's it's it's a very interesting show. 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"mark fantastic" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on WCPT 820

"Didn't even know she has indeed all I love free speech. Tv John it is. I it just will you take one day. I have to save you take one day Trump world. I mean the day when not just Michael Cohen. But jr. Jared in Vancouver or with him Bs, and there's Trump standing next to Kim Jong on sucking up to him and saying he believes him about auto warm. Bring are I mean, it's just I knew beleaguered for all in the Prussian guy is in Vietnam with him. I can't I just like you say when are they going to stop this? And I guess it'd be if you look at the Coleman hearing, they're not they're all going on with him. We keep thinking it can't get any weirder. And then Donald Trump run runs. Awesome. America to hide out in Vietnam. Thomas America's Anglos over like. When you see the way he could pitch late. So these dictators it's really kind of shocking to me that any Republicans can still sign on for this after believing Putin over our own intelligence after believing this Saudi prince said he didn't dismember this American resident in Washington Post journalist overall intelligence now taking him at his word. I mean, he just expects all of us to be as stupid as the base at this point. Kim that everything he wanted Kim got the photo ops him to have himself on the world stage next to a superpower Kim got every demand to check their nuclear arsenal before we even got there. No wonder he's not gonna right. He's not. He doesn't do. Why would you do anything? Exactly. You know? It's I mean at this point illuminate, aren't you embarrassed? I mean, you got your tax cut illuminate. Why are you still letting this guy embarrass he makes rich white racists? Look really bad for the rest of the world. That's all I'm saying. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. You know, what we love? We love jam funeral saying we love siriusxm. We love your fantastic show. I just found out from crystal. Void that there is an app for that. I don't have a serious app on my phone. Chris is going to do it for me. So I can listen to jump eagles saying when I hike, and if you have like an Alexa product, you can ask Alexa, play John Fugel Sang's tell me everything on Sirius XM insight. Wow. Okay. Well, that's going to raise my game that I have to start trying to put some. Thought. All right. Love you, John. I want you to know we had Tyler Perry on my show this week. Ooh. Yeah. We hit it off. So well, I am now Tyler Perry's jonky will say, thank you. Going to be headlining tomorrow night of the blue state ball in Minneapolis sweeping. Please. Kiss each and every person on on the mouth for me because I could not make it is to go. See my momma. Okay. I'll explain that Senator klobuchar when I'm done. Thank you out a great time. And hope if you're in the midwest in Minneapolis tomorrow night and come see me and Thom Hartmann to our buddy routine is fantastic. Christopher Walken will lead you rolling. Are you gonna do the tea bagging demonstration within that you and I used to do? I never did that with you that was individual to who knows. You did it. You know, I have tamed. No. Oh, no. I never once did that with you. I was a conscientious objector it out. Excuse me. Are we living in an alternative facts universe? There is pick me Tyler doing the very first multiracial multi sexual teabag demonstration rig up the one time individual I had to go down. All right. All right. I was an understudy Harrington. Say Hello to Mark fantastic station. In minneapolis. I loved them so much. Oh. All right. Good. Bye. A lot of pictures. Well known liar. Okay. Nineteen minutes after the hour, we roll along on the Stephanie Miller show. Inconceivable..

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on Q95

Q95

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on Q95

"You got it more bobbins. This is Bob and Tom Hanks. That's the legendary comedian MS Pat, Josh Christie, and I'm Tom welcome back little pouty. What's wrong panel? He gave me his dry biscuit. You're trying to suck on some dry. We have right is dry biscuit, co he has a wonderful people from Chick-fil-A come by. And they gave us Chick-fil-A. Oh. Oh, I didn't know. Pat is dialogue. Swallow. It is happy without jelly. I went to look for jelly. And we have not jelly on your chicken biscuits. Yeah. Nissan, the happy go to well. There's no checking on that biscuits. Oh, so she's got the biscuit. Yes. He is. Now, we have peanut butter. No, Tom about hunting the difference between jelly and jam. Oh god. We do have some Honey. No, no, don't you. Don't. No. Sodomy issue. Your phone. Okay. Here we go. Let's move on. We have a lot to get to here. Now, Pat that we were talking about this earlier today have you ever heard the slang term a church ki ki church key. If someone says, hey, anybody got a church key. Don't that means isn't that the Hooker in church? No, no. Yes. Yes. You turn keys and most locals just keep turning over. And that could may may take off. Church key is a reference to a can opener back before they had pole tabs. There's a famous picture of Paul Newman wearing a wearing a picture on a chain. So a church a cane open. Yeah. So you could in the fifties in the fifties. If you were going to some kind of beach party, and there were there was there were cases of beer. Stabbed? Survival day, I realize more and more what a different life. You've led. I'll bet you go down to the beach party. Klanbake? Lori clam. Put your clam-diggers on you. Clam diggers are pants that only go down to just below your nickel Bacchus, very similar to nickel buckles. Floaters Bacher knickerbockers a crop pants. Knickebocker? Say something. I'm so uncomfortable church key. That's where we started. It. You've never heard that expression. I think in the movie bye, bye birdie. I think. Someone says, hey, man, who's got a church key. I can take Titus altogether. Starring and Margaret who is featured and his great in the new TV show. Kamensky method Kaminsky method and Margaret plays a potential suitor for Alan Arkin, Kaminsky method great show on Netflix, highly recommended. Oh. When I'm in bed. I'm asleep. Let's face it. I hit the. No. And Margaret Woohoo. Mark. Fantastic. Sanmar? I was just trying to help help you develop some of the slang terminology knows what you're talking about. What is your pillow talk like?.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

10:34 min | 2 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"Sixteen. Coming up. The Mark Larson show seven sixty talk and breaking news on the edge on the cusp personally. But also on the edge of the cusp of the new year. Almost by two thousand eighteen then tomorrow two thousand nineteen and I don't know about you. But the date start to get a little scary. You think back not too many years ago? It just seemed like so far away the blanket monetary Gannon there. I know we have the rain today. We have the stormy weather. We it's wintry actually feel seasonal and yes, we're here. Live and local. I was talking to Mike Reagan this morning, Mike. Why don't you come on the show today? He said I'm going to the gym. Why are you working as a good point, but Dan's working, Dan, Neuner technological came in a couple of hours later than usual and infill Gloria? So why are we working because we want to do because? Well, because we we love our listeners, and you know. Oh, there's no love lost. Ourselves. I love you. Sometimes it's okay to be selfish though. Well. But a lot of people go on autopilot, but not us besides lots going on me the holiday bowl tonight. And as we speak the Holiday Inn. What are we calling the holiday bowl parade? It was originally the holiday in the city parade, and they moved around the dates when they finally put it on the same day as San Diego's quintessential holiday bowl. That's happened gun harbor drive, and that's going on for the next hour and a half two hours, whatever best places he it down to the county building. So that's the biggest gas bag presumably, they call it. Wow. No. It's the biggest the largest number of balloons. We're two minutes into the show. And you're already calling people gasping. Sounds like politicians are marching while. Some may would if all the politicians in congress were marching that would be a gas bag parade, but they have caucusing for twenty twenty. Now, maybe they have. Have the I believe it's the largest balloon parade west of the Mississippi in terms of the number of balloons now. They're all not of Macy's Thanksgiving Day gigantic business, but but it's festive. It's fun. And a lot of people came here. Like Steve Moore official economists who is going to join us. He said he didn't he say this Friday? He said it was a possibility. He said I'll join you in the studio. He did he jumped the gun because he needed to double check. And he said he would Email you check with him. He didn't check with him. So apparently you did. And because he's here in town of wanted to get some good weather. Ha ha ha that'll teach us to you. Because this is brutal for us. But not compared to Washington DC or New York actually to put down your plant flannel sheets. This this winter. Yeah. I don't think he's slept. Well, seem a little bit more ornery today. But just the left the house on my fly was down that was the start of the day. Wow. Nice image. And then as you know moments before the show I locked myself out of by studio, which is which is clean up for next year. Yeah. No kidding. At any rate. We we do the show because we can because we love you. And I love you. I'm talking to our listeners here. So there you are. But the praise going on downtown and Steve Moore, he said, listen, I can't make it out. So he's probably watching the gas bags. That's what I'm thinking. A lot of the highlights lowlights between of the year. We'll get to that coming up. See? That's another reason why we're here. There's there's so many new releases a thousand new laws going into effect tomorrow. It's usually been by eight hundred plus this year, it's a thousand. Plus it's going to be next year. If the knucklehead caucus and governor Newsom Marin place, probably what twelve hundred. Yeah. But you know, what Mark just make sure you wear your helmet while you're riding a scooter. Yeah, there's so many remember they say ignorance laws. No excuse now. Nobody no human being on earth. Could keep track of all the stuff that these people who are too often called lawmakers, and I refuse I keep trying to get that out of my vocabulary because you call them lawmakers and only does what it encourages them to make more laws. That's how they measure their effectiveness. Tom delbra Carroll joins us. He is a veteran of all of this stuff. And he still keeps a smile. Sunny disposition. He's author of the book the divided era. He's the proprietor political vanguard dot com. Hello, tom. How are you? Mark fantastic. Thanks for asking. Oh, just marvelous. No. Absolutely ready. Are you ready to start over again? Sure. Well, the new year is always a fresh thyme for so many things, isn't it? And I'm just happy. I know I guess it's going to be colder at the rose parade tomorrow in Pasadena that it'll be in Times Square, but they have heavy rain tight security in Times Square thinking about all the people who've been standing there for like twelve hours already, and it's gonna go to New York. Actually, I had a right yesterday. But. I'm just kinda too tired. But yeah. Next year is going to be a barn burner. You saw that Elizabeth Warren is I out of the gate. One of the fresh new faces of Democrats twenty twenty with Warren. Yes, it is. She she's out there Terry McAuliffe says that all of those running for president on democrat side or for Medicare for all which for those of you haven't been paying attention is socialized medicine Medicare for all is everyone outlaws private insurance. Everyone has to go through a government system. Does that sound good to you? Well, that sounds fantastically. Not any near being Gavin Newsom not to be left behind you know, he's running for president in twenty twenty four. I'm announcing for him. Probably be happy that I did that. Yeah. But is he gonna wait that long? I envisioned he gets into office next week officially as the Gruber after the gubernatorial race win in about two months. And he says this is boring because remember he's been Lieutenant governor for eight years, and he didn't show up much. So I think the just. Gonna wear on him. He he's gonna hang around for a while. And she's got thirty people working on government healthcare for California. And he's betting that and rightfully so that the Democrats can't pass that out of the house and the Senate and get Trump to sign it. But he thinks his Sacramento Democrats will sign something. And then when he runs in twenty twenty four he gets to say, I did that. That's just the Manny things there's a three billion dollar proposal to help those here. How shall I say somewhat less than legally? Did you give them medical attention in California, medical care? So it's your right? This is the moment to moment. Mark Larson has been predicting for year. Yes. Thank you. It's about time. I got some got some respect proud of predicted. That January twenty nine we would miss Jerry Brown. That's right. I feel like a prophet. I could also predict Doug, you're ready. I can with one hundred percent confidence predict the date of Christmas twenty thirty now that that's all that's all. I know because congress could decide that that's another holiday that needs to be a Monday holiday, so just moved the date around. But so far they spared us of that. So that's about as much as I can do my psychic powers trying to give. Hey, I can't even liked by again. I locked myself out of the studio this morning right before ten o'clock. So. Could be a great way to do a public service announcement because it's New Year's Eve we do. And yes. You're going to Times Square. If you're listening online seven sixty KFC dot com, you're in Times Square in New York and your and you've been well, there's nowhere to go. If you understand what I'm saying. You're stuck where you are. How do you handle that bans on everybody to be safe because starting at twelve o one tonight? Yes. Reaping DUI offenders and first time offenders involving injury Crassus all all become members of the assembly and state Senate. We'll be required to stall and ignition interlock device video. Yes. Well, advised that it's not that. It's not good. Well, we're gonna win. I don't want to be in the middle of that. Of course, there's nothing that the busybodies a Sacramento some good laws that would make some some sense. But there's others the environmental obsession, the plastic straw thing. That starting tomorrow in full service restaurants, you'll be given a plastic straw only. If you ask for one, they'll probably be a waiting period on that too. At some point. You know, are you sure you want one? Well, it's a seven day waiting period. But I just gave them they shouldn't do that mandated female board members. Now that has to come it. That's just ridiculous. I think can we talk about that. For a second time double car with his political vanguard dot com here on the live local New Year's Eve, Mark Larson show here on AM seven sixty talking breaking news or just tuning in. But this is the deal that basically sets a quota, right? And I don't see how this helps not here. Now, we're guys. Okay. So we're guys we were not supposed to be able to have any opinion on this. According to some, however, does isn't that a step back for the rights of women and merit as opposed to just plug in somebody? There's a public corporation now realize what this does for corporations not small small business attorney. So my clients won't get affected with this. Here's what it says. At least one woman on the board by the end of twenty nine thousand nine then by the end of twenty twenty one you're required to have to if you have five directors and three women if you have six or more and most. Companies mid sized companies have five and Ben and goes to heaven nine eleven loving the big that's a big board. So those are much larger companies, but if you have five you're required to have to now realize that they that means you I mean, this creates an industry of people wanting to sit on boards. You gotta go find that you might not have them within in your company. But yes, this is quota systems are not a good also the minimum wage is going up in California. Now, the interesting thing about this March is of course, that because the economy's doing so well because of the corporate tax cuts and the light..

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:31 min | 2 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Listen, and I to Shay and kudos teric Weddell because and I think he finally got around to it in the media was laughing. We talked about big dinosaur. Eric Weddell spoke lowering of what Cam Newton is as a player, and what he said is absolutely correct. There's nobody in the National Football League. That is like there really isn't. And you can you can if you want to have her home his deficiencies as a signal caller may be inaccurate at times. But it can't question his tough this. He takes a ton of hits. You can't question his ability or his desire to be a winner. I think he he wears that on his sleeve each and every week that he steps onto the football field. He's willing to lay his body on the line has taken some unnecessary. Brutal hits as you saw earlier in this regular season and that hit against the when they were taking on the falcons down in the AT L bogus. Now, I've asked this question before to an extent. But maybe not as bluntly as this. Why do you think that Newton maybe doesn't get the respect that he deserves as a player? He's a hell of a quarterback, and he showed himself to be a winner. And was winner collegiately at Auburn. And then scouts are saying. Well, he can't do this. He can't do that. I don't know. Maybe he's a little bit off phony outta love is personality. What's behind the smile? You've seen criticism of him may with the Carolina Panthers at times teammates him getting into it with Kelvin Benjamin. Why do you think that there's not this love for Cam Newton that I believe that there should be. Yeah. I mean, I think it'd be it'd be ignorant to say that at least I think there a small part of this that has to do with him just being a black quarterback. I think that all black quarterbacks. Get gets get pushed back at face value from a small part of the population. I do think it's he also can rub. You the wrong way. I mean, he he does not this. You know, the stupid draft stuff about his smile, and that kind of stuff I do think he tries to hard to be like the Cam Newton image. Not just being Cam Newton and people were on. After the Super Bowl for you know, being a baby after that. Which is lost the Super Bowl. Why we've seen the guys mishandle losses? Big game directly. Think shouldn't define you. And this is not. I I don't mean this to be a critique of him because I don't necessarily care, but I do find myself like laughing at the way he dresses. It opens himself up to being a punchline which is not it's not fair to him. He can do it every once and we're at everyone's by by steps into ways where he put himself out there where you can like take a shot at them. And I'm not saying change your behavior. I'm rich joining I think I'm trying to just explain answer your question as to where I think somebody comes from is that when he shows up at a press conference like a leopard jacket on zebra print ad and like a green tie and weird boots people think the Foxtail, right? The people people think he's being a clown. And I that doesn't necessarily help his cause if he cares about helping his well, he's a he's a different kind of a dresser. Collect dick, right? Russell Westbrook shows up a games at times. Whereas where we'll be wearing a, you know, a a sport jacket with no shirt is bare chest oil up walking into the arena. I mean, so if I could that one I would do I haven't seen a nude now for that. I would I would look off. But Ross navy Newton is a big believer in tight jeans tight shirts. No, another look that. I could not pull off now with that being said, though, we've seen other guys that people celebrate Westbrook. But you're right. They're critical of what Newton is wearing. Right. You mentioned the black white issue or the fact that he's African American quarterback. Kelvin Benjamin was critical of Newton got into it certainly the inaccuracy as a quarterback or lack of accuracy. And and they did not see eye to eye when it comes to certain things. And I'm not telling you that there. There are people out there that view view that look at that. And look at that as being an issue. I I don't know if it's a case of. Where you look at former teammates former players like the Benjamin issue. That's not that's not a black or white issue. Then you get to his scenario in terms of being a phony a fraud a fake how how long does a guy need to go in order to disprove. What was a stupid theory to begin with coming out of Auburn? You could be critical of how his career ended at Florida. Right. You could be critical certainly of whether or not he got paid to go to Auburn. Yes. You can look at them as a player on the field. If you just look at Newton as a player on the field and put all the other nonsense away. And just appreciate the athlete that he is. And the quarterback that he is. And listen to what Eric Wendell had to say, he's a remarkable talent. But we don't find ourselves talking about him in those glowing terms about what he is is a player. This is a guy that just orchestrated seventeen nothing comeback in the fourth quarter on the road in Philadelphia this past Sunday. If it was another quarterback in the NFL, we'd be throwing bouquets at his feet. It becomes a conversation point. It's not the massive talking point that it should be. We talk about certainly Russell Wilson. We've talked about drew Brees. We talked about our Rogers. We talked about Tom Brady. We talk about the future of Eli manning with the giants. Well, we don't have this deep appreciation for what Newton is as a player because there's nobody like him in the NFL he with his ability ever right with the at his size as his athletic ability. His ability to throw the football is ability to run with the football. He's a generational talent. But we don't talk about them like that. No. We do their fleeting conversations, you I goes in and out and on and off of lists about who's elite and who's the best. And he hasn't been stuck on a bad team. Now, maybe Charlotte's is a big market, technically. But it's not the hugest market when it comes to dominating conversations, and forcing guys down your throat like you can kind of your panther. And you're kind of in national obscurity with certain extent, even though they've been in a lot of big games, including the Super Bowl one. A lot of them. He's been the reason why they've won a lot of those games. I think it just comes down to. Know the things that we've that we've that we've run through and why he at times not helped himself either. But yeah, I mean, we absolutely should swoon more and for longer about what he does. Because at the very least we've never seen this before. And there's no guarantee that we're gonna see again. No, I don't think in a freak to say that will never see again a straw. Maybe not in our lifetimes. Right. Maybe somebody that you're twenty years of aids is listening to the show this morning. They might we might not be able to see that. Because he's dot com. An athlete is that kind of a special. He's got that kind of ability. And oftentimes those guys are ready to find you can find guys that can run like him. But don't have the body. Type don't have the size that he has because he could beat you with his speed. But he can also basically put a shoulder down and run right over you like a dinosaur has just like a dinosaur. Triceratops. I love it. I if I was Cam. And apparently the the. The right up. I read about this included Cam talking about a guy at Auburn that called him a dinosaur assistant coach, so he's not new to this comparison. He's got own this like I'd make Cam Soroush t shirts. Like, I this is a great, great nickname. It is I love it is a good nickname. You should leave that you should make a sales pitch. Yes, I'm in Cabot Soroush racks. Can we get our merchandising team on a copyright slash Mark fantastic idea. I think that might be your best idea of your life. It's on it's on the list. Cava Soroush Rex can we usually give I went home to your wife, and I said to her. This was bogus idea this morning Cam Newton's new, I Cam, Nunes, new nickname is camera. Shorus rex. Yeah. What do you think? Your wife would say who's bogus shoes. Cam newton. I'm busy leave me alone. Yeah. She doesn't. She doesn't care. The she listen to the radio in the morning. No, not at all. Well, I mean, we're on too early for her to be near a radio that doesn't have to be on something to kids who listen to. She doesn't listen to what the kids know. You know that you know, the drill in the morning. From six thirty to eight thirty from waking up getting ready for school doing the double. So she's not a Tasmania moves fans. She has not been attached the moose fan GIO and Jones fan a TB D in the morning fan of Feinstein fan. She I actually she doesn't listen at all. Does it? Critique. No, no, no, no. There's no critiquing. And I actually appreciate that. I'm kinda guy everything that happens. Here stays here. I don't go home and talk about work. She doesn't really talk about her job. Like, you guys talk about fun things like the kids and what's going on. And that we don't bring work home. You never talk about work at all only like the really the really important things. Don't go home and give her a daily recap. We'll be talked about what's going on. She doesn't care about sports at all. So you the door. She's not like how was work today. I mean. Yeah. But but very very very perceptive. Do you talk about your job? Yeah. It's all talk about body. Yeah. Yeah. I talk about my job. My wife quickly quickly move away from it. I agree with you. You know, you can only talk about it for so long. But at some point in the day do talk about your job. She knows if something like is something unique is going on about like daylight today, where we had somebody like a special guest, or like if she sees a picture of us like eating something in the studio that somebody sent to us like I'll get those questions, but she's not listening daily, and I'm not going home like telling her the mundane details of the day saying the mundane details, but like, hey, how'd he had a good show today? Want this stand that person knowing now normal conversation, you have about people at work. No, not really none of it. No. No, I seriously. I don't go home with these things on my on my mind, you when you walk out of here your mind is completely blank you basically ended the day. No, it's not blank. But I'm not. I think everything that transpired during the day you walk out of the building and you cut ties, and that's it. Now, I would have thought happens at work stays at work. My wife has been has been in New Orleans since Monday afternoon good for her. However, if she was homeless, we watching the kids me, and my mother-in-law had saying over, and yeah the law. How's that? It's okay. It's you know, it's still master bedroom. I'm sorry. Do you get the master bedroom? Yeah. I keep my bed. Yes. Does she listen to the show? Yeah. She does not listen to the show. What could make you for your mother-in-law to listen to us over the next couple of days. Way. We have a podcast. We goes out every single morning right promoted..

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on WTVN

"We'll talk to Erin Katersky. ABC ABC news. Get the latest from the Brett Kavanagh's confirmation hearing, which is obviously in its second day and still zoo. I mean, a complete zoo. So we'll talk to him and just a couple of minutes. Find out about that, Michael. Thank you for waiting. You're on six ten WTVN. Are you doing Mark fantastic? I don't know exactly where you're talking about. I just jumped into the truck and her Cavanaugh and Nike. I wanted to make a couple points. Sure. First of all, I'm a white male. Little. Michael. It's really hard to understand you. I don't know if you're moving your mouth away from the microphone on the on your phone, or it's just hard to you're like going in and out. Okay. Is this any better? That's a lot better. Stay exactly in that position. As I tell my wife all the time don't move. Okay. Go ahead. Can I just say that on the radio anyway, sorry, go? I'm a white male. But and I just wanted to preface that because I am I go along with the tabernacle about the injustice that goes on especially when that twelve year old kid was shot up in Cleveland. I was I was immortalized. I tell you. I couldn't stand that. But but a way to go about protesting is not disrespecting the the flag the Americans have five four and everything else. Yeah. You can't categorically just say every cop is awful, and they all are racist. And they just that. That's that's a dumb stance. Right. Yes. And I'm not saying that they're they've been trained different that the police have been trained to shoot to kill. Now. They haven't been trained to seek the main. So that they went to best their training, and they're gonna shoot to kill you now. And I don't go along with that tell you the truth. But this is the thing about Nike and Capri neck, you talk about injustice, nobody does more injustice than Nike. They have their women. Eighty percent of the workforce women they work for twenty cents to thirty cents an hour. They work seventy eighty hours a week. Now, you call that Justice and fairness, and it looks like Capri and Mike you make a perfect blend of characters right there. So that's what I want to say. Okay. Michael listed. Thank you for calling in. And you know, the to face this is all over the place. Right. I mean, it's just doesn't get any more double standard than this Stanley. Thank you for waiting. You're on six ten WTVN. Hey, thanks a lot. Let's see it's not just about capper, Nick. It is but attached to the whole thing is the slogan that goes with it. And it goes something like believe in something sacrifice everything that's the ad batch the ad slogan. Okay. So that's what's getting you. Well, and also overnight the president of the national F O P F O P's and United States released. A statement saying that we in fact believe in in to protect and serve. And here's what we sacrifice we our lives. Our why our children our families lives every day? Protect you people. They also issued a statement saying that the things that cabernet has associated himself with and it's a very bold statement. If you read the whole thing, and I support the police one hundred percent, and I would just like to know if the if the NFL PA is still going to associate themselves with capper, Nick after this latest statement that the national F O P has released. I'm calling from Stanley. Thank you for your call. I appreciate it, man. We gotta run obviously, I cannot answer that. Standby? Aaron Katersky is coming up from ABC news. We'll get a update on judge Brett Kavanagh's confirmation hearings as they are actually taking place live right now. But first, traffic.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"That a little bit but there are several break pumping monin moments yes but then after every time he has said this said something along the lines of we're making great progress he has always added a caveat and the press love to leave this part out because it totally destroys this narrative that president trump just got fooled by the north koreans all i can say is i am totally prepared to walk away i did it once before is it possible have i been in deals have you been in things where people didn't work out possible we're not going to be doing the war games as long as negotiating in good faith honestly i think he's gonna do these things that'd be wrong i mean i miss stand before six months of say i was wrong ever admit that but i'll i'm kind of an excuse right every time though he has said i think we're making great progress he always puts in the little however it might not work out was there any reasonable person on the planet who thought that one and done here know anybody and even trump they tried to paint this out like trump said yep we're done now yeah no nobody's yeah right walking away from going up that's that's done that's it well they bring up a tweet that he had put out a while back that said you know we are the threat of nuclear war is over or something like that which no it wasn't no but can we sleep a little better at night now then we could maybe a year ago at this time i so you're at least talking you're at least having the negotiations and president trump is always said i'll walk away so of north korea keeps this up then the talks end and that's too bad we can go back to fire and fury anytime you like but that doesn't sell the narrative that president trump has what he's doing i mean when you were in a living in guam right i mean you know i mean you were there i mean everybody was freaking out yeah well everybody here was the people in guam north korea totally what they do listen to the eagles laid back but i know i know what you mean but still i mean are we in a better place now head space than we were then yeah i would argue that yes we are absolutely but i mean nobody ever thought i don't think that he was going to wipe his hands and and walk away and everything you know and all of a sudden there's going to be this great celebration breakout of democracy that happens it's it doesn't work that way no that is not going to happen he's gonna have besides that he's got to deal with his own people so he's gotta keep rattling sabres yes i mean he doesn't want to be looked at it as an impotent incompetent leader he wants them clearly know who's running the show here and that's him so yeah naturally we're going to get that all right so coming up i have a story here that might make you wanna skip the drive through next time you're thinking about it okay the story that's not just about how bad it is for you but i'll just i'll have to explain it here next on the mark fantastic it's this heartburn at night it's the worst heartburn again yeah i'm done with it.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Good morning everyone bloomberg surveillance pimm fox interm king the dow up one hundred thirty five points and now with an important conversation after successful jobs report here is our john farrow john wall was reporting focus for the trump administration's view on the gel djelfa quote which now on bloomberg television and on radio by mocked short they white house legistative effects director mark fantastic payrolls figures this week and it's just a shame that we spent so much time thinking about trade wars and not the fundamentals of the us economy can the administration get the focus back well i think the focus remains and how we're getting grow the american economy i think that we've had a terrific growth obviously the february report of three hundred plus thousand new jobs as exciting but i think that builds on upward revisions to december and january numbers as well as the number of four point four million workers received either a bonus or a pay raise since tax relief was passed and that accounts over four hundred thirty two companies have made those announcements in those only ones that are public that we know of so we think that this economy is tell me along were encouraged with the turn around and we think it's building not only on the taxi baggage but also we started last year which was the regulatory relief and unleashing economy from the regulatory burden that the administration placed on it said the fundamentals at a moment there is a break in the republican party the republican party pushing back against you administration of about what you've been to trade and we've been talking about as far as trade is concerned for much of the last week how do you build some of those broken bridges with the republican party that have been created over the last week over the issue it's right well let let me step back a cope white because i don't think that it's really in the last week i think she go back to the campaign in two thousand sixteen the press a very clear these are the policies he would pursue and there are plenty of traditional republicans who oppose these policies so this president one because he pulled together a coalition of not just republicans but also independence and democrats who supported his agenda the reality is we have a.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on WLOB

"Fans so when we organize our next kennedy field trip you've got to ride shock gonna come up to the bronx okay arg argue i will and by the way the new york post should be embarrassed to they're talking about matt harvey comeback matt harvey come on man matt harvey he will he wasn't even favored in the father son game this year like those pretty well in the restaurants with virulent wanna go go for the yet maybe that's what they see they see it making a comeback as a yelp critic perhaps her name is going to review uh dr mark fantastic stuff is always i really appreciate you joining us today oh great priority during her i'll see you soon we're or we're at war combat of your host more yeah there you better believe it man it's coming soon that the person has spoken the great dr mark siegel we'll see again real soon when we come back on the show more of your calls on how to solve the problem wheel jason some airtime because he's been waiting patiently so we'll get to him when we come back right here in the big one and only tom shilue show you're listening to tom shilue i can't imagine what health tom shilue the national debt is now over twenty trillion dollars what's next rising inflation drops in the dollar's value some experts say another crashes gummy what will be left of your investments for your children and grandchildren we know you can fight this not with stocks or bonds but with gold and silver coins than ira from augusta precious metals during periods of great volatility precious metals regularly outperform stocks because their true wealth asset that have real value during the threeyear recovery period after the crash avoid the dow only went up three point five percent while.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"And being rainsy who was also rate at sunni purchase yes and then owen wilson and wes anderson at texas now wes anderson what grand budapest hotel moon rise king right although i always great director and of course owns been and everything and then there was a roommate's away from college and this might even be more it jab like how 'bout conan o'brien and jeff garlan were roommate's in chicago now that's great ben affleck and matt damon obviously were were a roommate judd appetito and adam sandler in the san fernando valley and then there's this one and boy i would like to know the years that these guys were roommate's because that would really change the discussion robert downey junior and kiefer sutherland yes i mean i i'd like to know what years we're talking about there is that that would either room he's in los angeles though of who if those walls could talk at the pending a you're right on the time that they were and this all seems to be years ago zell was of enhance on running with the devil holy smokes it'd be good join a hill and justin long up the danny devito and michael douglas in new york a sitcom is that really is the devito and douglas show it all coming up thursday's after a house a car without an an endless of two of the i mean you'll love these guy two of the great actors dustin hoffman and gene hackman in new york mark fantastic while they added really cool that's just really great to think about all these things i had a roommate in in phnom at notre dame who had pariahs have perogatives rana's and we come home from maybe a night out where we may have been you know involved in some thing hawking yeah and we would we would cut ourselves on the finger and put our bloody finger in the way why because we were done college kid why would you do that well they ever nip die all they tried to but i have all 10digit so they didn't know well it on the cat ray the quick enough that that's the first time they've ever golik was quicker than anybody he was faster than the koran we're.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I i will waive problem i mean you're tan next sunday nfc championship review falcons david take care about the nfc title game does it pal bless go kuwait that i appreciate the call as always let the dog have his day i the are going to make sense that adam see tyler gave this year now let's go the jets but his team is to an el al i'll give jeremy this our buddy from our nation's capital his football team we'll play the biggest game of the week coming up in week number three the to an el falcons going into motown the take on the to an alliance but said to newark new jersey markets up next on a fat hi mark mckay day how're you doing mark fantastic bad what's going on fantastic too your can appeared on a giant there are those two on ingest bert go down from ipm of or what i saw where we play new bills team which are big member one rushing markham shares year and we grader graders team we can do one of the best parents who gave you a team last year and now i'm too you know my lawyers were beam on cater weird we have any if they don't care and we would have been boat game uh i made more honestly you are really in the raider game in the second half muoi barring the minute they fumbled that pond at the end of the first game was over but again all i suppose to be taken pows fit again being arnoldo note on in our opinion vera juice let me perierra iceberg there are more hope to because those two things that we were engaged in your bills gave me big splash play and asia well i mean not dull mark let's not make the pills out to be the new normal patriots still arms they're running gang hold on a second mark they ran it all over you gas greed my point mainly under page.

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"mark fantastic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"mark fantastic" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Bench parachute podcast most popular conservative podcast in america as well as the author of a number of books and said he editor of daily wire fell as being the bucks go out and pick up marks fantastic new book six weeks on the air tez vessel as much a monster the book is rediscovering americanism fantastic book ted mark on my show to talk about it he's obvious talked to you about it how 'bout you owe it to yourself to go by a copy and one four a family friend and another member for another one for each member of your family also go out and check check out levin tv at crtv he you can purchase at eight four four levin tv that's eight four four levin tv so i wanna talk about this battle that is now opened up between president trump and mitch mcconnell as you are aware i am short of both mark and another one of us are fans of mitch mcconnell we think that mitch mcconnell is ace wish i believe that mitch mcconnell is more interested in passing milk legislation than in push in forward the promises that were made by the republican caucus for the last seven years that out repealing obamacare forget replacement of obamacare repealing obamacare and now trump has broken into open conflict with mitch mcconnell we are now in month eight of the trump presidency remains august so we are now in month eight of the trump presidency and we've got nothing done okay get very about this nothing has happened there's been some regulatory reform inside the executive branch good on trump there's been these election of justice gorsuch fantastic rate on trump nothing has happened on the legislative let's level but had the congressional review act stripping use something like sixteen times to get rid of some obama era regulations great okay that's an earlier promise to your promised tax reform we have promised getting rid of the iran deal we were promised a hole bevy of conservative judges we were promised that we are going to get obamacare repeals we were promised they were going to get protections for religious americans we promise the moon and so far we've got nothing we were promised a border act right we were promised a wall we promise all these things nothing.

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