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"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Me, as a child, kind of dreaming of being elsewhere and it's going to these distant places, the power of connection and the ability of airplanes to bring us together was very palpable to me even from a young age. I've had some personal experiences thanks to airplanes that have been some of the most meaningful in my life. I had a lot of pen pals when I was a kid. That was still a thing when I was a kid. And I had a pen pal in Australia. And the whole point of having a pen pal in Australia when you lived in western Massachusetts was that you would never meet them. And yet, you know, 15 years after I became a pilot, I flew a 7 47 to Sydney, and I had, I was able to meet up with my pen pal, who by then was middle aged, like me, obviously. And we had the most amazing, amazing evening, just talking about how our lives went, and what we remembered of those early letters. And I feel another way to think about your question is, you know, obviously airplanes became widespread or commonplace before computers really took off. But I wonder, you know, 300 years from now, what will seem like the greater miracle? Like being able to send an email across the world, you know, if that had happened first, and then suddenly, 30 years later, we could actually fly there. I think we might think the airplane was the greater miracle. And of course, the pandemic has really reminded I think all of us who love travel and who think the world needs more connection not less of the importance of one to one human interactions. And of course, so many flights I do, we see those reunions in the package hall or outside the customs hall where we see a family meeting a relative that they haven't seen for a long time.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"So Mark, yes, cities have these themes, the city of light, the eternal cities, city of Gates, and so on, and you've collected them in your book imagine a city. Let's talk a little bit about the themes. You know, you've got cities of poetry. What's an example? Why would you call a city a city of poetry? So I find one of the most interesting ways to connect to a city is through a personal connection we might have to it and in college I made a friend poet and curing Kapoor, her family has long-standing ties to Delhi. And she introduced me to the poetry of that city. And then when I started going to Delhi, I would find myself going to the houses of its old poets or I would read a poem and then go and see the place that it was written about. Wow. I think it's a chares in Iran that's known as the city of poets, and people go there almost as a pilgrimage to go to the tombs of the great poets. So maybe different cultures have different cities that are known for that. Indeed. And of course, Pittsfield is not generally known as the city of poetry, but Herman Melville wrote Moby dick in Pittsfield. And he wrote a poem about and here are many poems about cities that we all love to travel to about Rome and Jerusalem and but he did also write a poem, which is set in Pittsfield on a Lake that I grew up swimming in. Mark, what's another theme that struck you as interesting and great cities had in common? Well, one of the themes that I find most compelling about cities is Gates. Now we don't think of cities in the U.S. and North America in the U.S. at least having many gates because when most American cities were founded, we didn't need defending from the people who were outside the city. But of course, cities are for millennia.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Seeing when I was a child spending that globe with my childhood room and I've never gotten tired of that wonder. The bug of travel is much like the bug of flying. I seem to have a bad case of both. Well, you know, you and your illuminated globe, I was the same way. I had an old globe, I still have it. It was a gift to me when I was a little grade schooler and I remember even at the University of Washington, when I was studying at the big library, they had a map room that had these big atlases and globes and I would just go there and it's amazing, gazing at an Atlas or gazing at a globe, how you think about these places and they become very romantic and you want to go see them and what you've written is kind of a love letter to the urban world. And it's interesting with your book, you could have just focused on all these great cities, but you brought it back to your hometown. In fact, the book is dedicated to my first city to Pittsfield. Well, you've seen the world and what is it about your little hometown that is so important to weave in, so intimately into your book and your report. You know, growing up in Pittsfield and having those dreams of flying off to other places. You know, wanting to leave your hometown and find your way in the world, especially if you come from a smaller place. You know, that's not a news story. But a pilot sees the wider world in a way that almost nobody else does. We see it from above. We cross over so many cities and mountain ranges and deserts and oceans and that we land in these cities and we experience them in a really unique way. We see them again and again and we come to know them almost like distant relatives. But as I've gotten older, I've come to understand how much my heart is still in that small hometown.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"That's next on travel with Rick Steves. Did you ever stare at a globe when you were a kid and try to imagine the wonderful places you might get to visit someday? Mark van hanker did just that from his home in western Massachusetts. Now, he gets to touch down in all sorts of great cities for about 24 hours at a time as he pilots the Boeing 7 87 Dreamliner for a major international airline. Mark celebrates the city's he's come to love
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Impacted by your travels and then you've been involved and engaged in the challenges of our world in a broad in a global sense as well as in a local sense. To me, there's three kinds of travelers. There's a tourist, there's a traveler and there's a pilgrim. You ever thought about that? No, not specifically, but you see them on the road. You know, you can how would you define the tourist that traveler and the pilgrim. There on different economic scales as well, you know, this first class, and there's all the way down to, you know, backpack and youth hostile. So you can almost imagine that some of the first class travelers who can afford to go anywhere and stay as long as they want, that they're having a travel vacation. The money they're spending build to wall between what they could experience. But when but when they run into the backpackers or, you know, the pilgrims, you know, and there is a genuine interest and they're drawn because you see very often you'll see at some of the major cities of particularly in Europe where you'll see young kids with backpackers that are being dining with the first class travelers that big outdoor restaurants or many of the places and during the summer, particularly you see these kids are, you know, they're invited to join them very often because they want to know where are you going? Where are you from? Why are you doing this? Where are you headed? They're a little envious. I wasn't going to mention them. Because of the opportunity. Because of the freedom. A lot of people think, well, you have to be young in order to do this journey or to backpack a separate. But you have to be in shape. You have to be able to physically endure some of these things.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"A little extra time with Martin today to talk about how he values what his travels have shown him around the world. And how it can inspire us to take a stand on behalf of others when we get home. Martin, you're famously kind of a troublemaker when it comes to demonstrating for peace and justice issues, and I would say infamously in some sense. I can't believe it. I'm setting this and you've been arrested 68 times for speaking up on issues. Have you ever thought that had you never traveled, you probably wouldn't have such a difficult time with the law? No. I mean, imagine a marketing that had never traveled. Oh, no, I can't. He's dead and gone. We wouldn't be talking to him. No, right. No. I didn't go to many of these places. Willfully, you know, it was a job, you know? It's what I did for a living. I couldn't determine the location of the country or the culture. So luckily I was taken into places that finally when I did surrender to where I was and what was going on, it had a profound effect on me and particularly no place greater than India, India. I mean, it just changed every fiber in my being. I was almost, I was 40 years old, so it's half a lifetime ago. And since the awakening that happened is, you know, the expression I used, a friend of mine used to describe what changed him. I would subscribe to it too. I went into the third world, and they cracked open my heart. Yes. And this is mentioned that that's what happened to you as well. Yeah. When I went down to Central America for my first time, my dad took me to the airport and this last words were sun, don't be duped. You know, I was a conservative back then, you know, I voted for Reagan and my dad didn't want me to get my understanding the world screwed up by going down there. And I realized, after going down there, that my dad and I had been duped. And I just think it complicates your life when you travel. If you're a caring person very much, yeah, I went to Nicaragua when the descendants had just succeeded. And samosa had been driven out, so we saw new democracy. It was very exciting. And I was invited to come and to participate in their new democracy and to take home what I had witnessed in the United States. And I wrote president Reagan and told him I was in country. I never heard from him, but they couldn't say at least that I didn't let him know I was going, and I got a letter when I got back, I was there for a couple weeks and I got a letter from John poindexter who was one of his national security advisers, and he said, well, we did receive your letter, but frankly, you are well meaning, but misinformed. And so after what I discovered there, I would trust being well meaning far more than being misinformed. Martin, as I mentioned earlier, you've been arrested 68 times and I'm just curious if the number of arrests has been a measure of what causes
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"You know, guys my age, I think I was 69, nearly 70 when I did it. Guys at that age are not usually offered leading parts. That woman on the trail kept calling you the boomer. The boomers. You didn't do it in a friendly way. No, no. So it was a combination of family, professionalism, and gratitude that met at this point that I could not not do this film, and I'm extremely grateful to my son. And the whole idea celebrates the value of thoughtful travel, really. Yes, very much. Even broader than a pilgrimage. As so much of your work does, just reach out and embrace the world, yeah, I didn't realize how much we were Kindred spirits about the value of travel until you guys contacted me to collaborate on this rerelease. But we both sort of inspired by our travels, haven't we? Very much so. In fact, I had a profound turnaround in my life and I wanted the most important events in my life that literally changed the direction of my life was in India in 1981 when I went to do a rolling Gandhi and I'd been in third world countries, including Central America and the Philippines, but I had never encountered so much horrible, horrible poverty on such a huge level. And, you know, poverty has a look, of course. It has a dimension. It has a smell. It has a an unbelievable power. It can draw you to itself or it can repulse you. And I was drawn and affected both ways. And luckily, I'm Emilio was with me as a matter of fact. And he used to dive into these crowds of children and beggars on the street and come home barefoot with a pair of shorts. He'd given everything away. Literally.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"And in the San juans, there's three big islands, I think. Yes. And there's four that you can get to by fairy. What do you think? That's the biggest one that's got the only town. Orcas island is actually the largest inland area by a tiny bit. There's Lopez island. Those are the three big ones. And then the ferry also will take you to Shaw island. Okay, and there's people living on Shaw. There's a few. There's some nuns there as well. There's a long history of the nuns used to run the ferry terminal until about 20 years ago. And each of these islands, though, at least orcas in San Juan and Lopez, they have their character. They do. They're all different. They have different climates. San Juan and Lopez are somewhat similar. They both are in The Rain shadow of the Olympic Peninsula so they have a drier climate. They have more pastures and open prairies and balds. And they're a little more rolling, so they're a little easier for cyclists, especially Lopez, or kiss on the other hand is downright mountainous. It's got a mountain mount constitution. It does, and it has old growth forests. It has waterfalls. It's such a different place and it's just a few miles as the crow flies from the other islands. Yeah, well, I mean, because the very winds its way through there. Yes. So cute, the way the very drops off here. And each community has a different personality. I was on Lopez and they're the friendly islands. They are the friendly. Get ready to wave because you got the wave at everybody. But orcas, on the other hand, I've got a lot of friends who are formerly really had intense lives and they did big stuff in Seattle. Another retired and they love orcus. It's got a real pride and a tight community. Yes. Orcas, people are really partial to their island. The island that I'm partial to is San Juan.
"martin sheen" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"His stops and exotic cities around the world help him to better appreciate his own hometown. It came as quite a shock to find out that our first guest on today's program passed away suddenly. It was only a few weeks after she came to our travel with Rick Steves studio to tell us about her latest book. Chandler O'Leary sketched charming watercolor illustrations on her many visits to the islands of Washington state and British Columbia. She added breezy narratives and maps to produce a delightful guide. It's called un island time, a traveler's Atlas. Let's celebrate Chandler's life and the places she loved with an interview we recorded about the San Juan islands. In the far northwest corner of the Pacific Northwest, hundreds of islands dot the coast just offshore from Seattle and reaching out beyond Vancouver BC. Their split right down the middle by the border between the United States and Canada, and on the U.S. side, the islands are known as the San Juan islands. I had the great pleasure of exploring them as a child on my mom and dad's boat. And today, the Washington state ferry system connects mainlanders to many of these islands with ease so that anybody who wants to spend a few days on island time. And that's the name of Chandler O'Leary's illustrated travel Atlas, and she's designed that as a love letter to these islands. Chandra joins us today on
"martin sheen" Discussed on ACG - The Best Gaming Podcast
"Yeah, the see the doctor was cool. But when he turned into the lizard, bad special effects in the movies. The original movie. Take away from his character. As well, because he was just thrown in the who else, that was it, wasn't it? That they brought back. Yeah, they brought back well, they brought back every single enemy he had ever faced as a main, the rhinoceros guy, I don't think they brought him back. No. Because he was only a momentary, but dude, I love that movie when they had the three spider, that's a game I would play. Remember shattered dimensions from 19. Such a good Spider-Man game. Good game. I would kill if they were going to make like a three man Spider-Man game where, you know, there was some kind of reason. Because this new one's not even going to have co op, which I think sucks. I think it would have been amazing to be like miles is one guy, Spider-Man is the other, and you can play this game co op. That would because I thought Spider-Man would be really good. Spider-Man and miles were both fantastic. Incredible games. Did you beat them both? They and both on the PS4 and the PS5 when they released them. Just for the upgrade. We're very tracing and all that. Love them. I mean, the side missions were a bit. But everything else was fantastic. What about the DLC? Did you try those? The first two, and then I didn't bother with the focus. I got so bored. Too bad. Because the third one's a best of all of them. Yeah. One and two, you're like, oh, this is, they're just sort of like side care. They're like the rhino guy. Why is he here? It's really third one, I believe is the one with Martin Sheen. I believe, and but I do remember the third one when I was playing him going like, oh, this is a better overall this feels better. But dude,
"martin sheen" Discussed on Mocha Minutes
"Last night. He wasn't but the ridler. What like jim carrey was the star of that movie and he committed all up so yeah this is not about how bad that movie is because well. It's not great but jim. The best part murder him was like yeah. We could have done with the bad part about is we could did without to face but i liked see that was saying the camaraderie between those two worked. Even though to face in general is like y'all rushed to explain it. don't make no sense however the camaraderie between those two worked. So yeah okay. So the next satisfied They switched it up and called it the amazing spiderman and these were mark web films and there were no almost to the comic title which spider-man's run which is called the amazing spider. Okay so it wasn't like so. Thank you for that. 'cause i was like like let's just change the name i'm like they did. Superman returns and movie was asked. That movie was not asked. It was dingle berries in the ass. Okay fuck that movie. Sorry we're not hitter talk about spiderman but yeah this is from twenty twelve and there's the maze the amazing spiderman and we had andrew garfield As spiderman we had emma stone as stacey We had the villain we had was the lizard in his play. By reese defense. I don't even remember what this it looks like And it it didn't make no sense again. We have martin sheen as uncle. Ben we had. Sally field is on may now. I enjoy sally field. So i don't think they're characters were egregious is just to certain extent like the idea of the lizard. I just didn't it. Didn't work for me. Totally but andrew garfield was a better spiderman than tobey maguire. 'cause one has younger like i'm sorry i hate to bring it to you. I'm like we need a teenager to be spiderman. I'm so sorry forty-five-year-old tobey..
"martin sheen" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"Still with us. How how many movies again. That kind of on again eighty Guy got forty twice as much as me and just was funny. But then i was like oh i thought you know bodnar and cagney. They were doing hundreds of movies in the studio system. Weren't they on that. I think i'm not one seventeen now. And i looked at i went oops humphrey bogart forty movies. James tagging thirty four minutes. Wait a minute. I've got one hundred seventeen what happened. What is the reality is. I like working. I feel good when i'm working. I'm super housing when i'm working I'm always exercising always memorizing. I'm always stimulating my imagination and it's where i feel at my best so and martin sheen wants to me. He gave me the best advice of anyone in hollywood because i was friends with his family and come over and you know the only thing that matters nick is did you like the people you were working with and did you like where you were and at the time i was in my head. I say this to martin but i was acknowledged. Rain was the movie hovering the performance. But when i look back on it he's absolutely right now it is. Did you like the people you were working with. The did you like where you are and that has really become the main way i pick and choose what movie i'm gonna do i talked to. The director is one of my going. That's interesting to me. And i know i'm going to be healthy and i know i'm gonna you know. Bring your stage shape artistically because of because of the practicing so unhappy with the way things have worked out in terms of the big stadiums. I'm not opposed to that. I would. I would sure i'd i'd do it. It's really what it comes down to his script. I'm christopher nolan is the best in the business right now and what he manages. The with big movies is remarkable. I mean they are so complex and so thought provoking so unique. So you know. I can't be a snob zero movie. It's no good that that wouldn't be accurate. Well this brings us to the home. Stretch about peg which i think you know. It's i don't know how much you pay attention to these things but the the reactions to the movie but especially your performance have been through the roof in a way that you know maybe more so than anything in the last few years and i i guess i want to ask you how you feel about that but i just you know. It's not an a script that i would imagine. You know it could. It could have gone a very different way. It seemed the story just to for listeners. Who having yet seen it. And i don't want to spoil anything. But essentially this guy's living off the radar aside from the truffles that are found by him and his peg who his beloved pig and the pig is kidnapped. And how does that affect. This guy i am. Maybe maybe you you should. I should've asked you to do that. You might do better. But i guess. What was it about this that that appeal to you. There's there's a couple elements that went into the decision to do pig and one of them was you know i had explored almost the limits of where i could go with what i would call western kabuki operatic home performance by design boys and body movement and also emotional. Content still emotionally informed. But i thought that it was time to get back to a more naturalistic approach to tone performance photo. Realistic approach to performance. If you will. And i remember. I had a conversation again with father. When i was very young. I was looking at casa paintings and i was like what it might child's mind like this looks like i could do that. This isn't a wired. Both sides on the base doesn't very real kenny. Draw naturally and he said of course you can. That's this is him breaking free. This is going the imagination so for me. It was a chance to show the other side of own performance which i can also do in the hopes that maybe some of my other choices will become more understood as thought out and not just wild wild mess. It's actually from the imagination carefully. Thought out Michael sarno ascii. You know what's interesting is like. When i was going through all the movies staying in shape honing my craft good movies bad movies. Whatever they were. I always knew that it would take a young filmmaker. I never gave up. I never lost vase just like with leaving las vegas. I never lost weight. The young so mega would come and he would rediscover a and he would have seen a couple of early movies or she would have seen a couple of my early movies and they would know what they wanted to do with me. And when i sat down with him. And i talked with him and vanessa block to who also is a co writer our producer. I knew michael right away. I knew we weren't sec and i. He knew where. I wanted to go with the performance. What i wanted to get back to. He was interested in a more quiet approach. More slow approach. And that's exactly what i wanted to do. And she to his credit he stuck to his guns. He did not want it to turn into a john experience. He did not want her to be fisticuffs and guns in revenge she and he did not want the pig to live. He was like the pig nine. There will be no fighting and that took guts. 'cause i'm sure. All the other people with the finances warning to be more of a traditional john webb thing except for the pig. And we should say this is a guys feature directorial debut. It's not that it's a pretty well received. Yeah in that sense now. It's come up in conversation. I wonder if this is over analyzing but could you nicholas cage in any way relate to rob the sky. You're playing who had been and will put spoiler alert at the top of this conversation about both the pig and about what i'm about to say but this guy was a famous chef at the front and center and chose to live a quieter more removed. Life it was his choice. And i wonder. Is there any part of you that got this guy. I think very much so. And i made the parallel myself. I.
"martin sheen" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I paid complaining today. Just go play ball just trying to hit you say competition that that it could be stem skinny guy where all the other. Who's the other guy matt senses that he is further along than any rookie quarterback they've had passed through the system since two thousand. He just gets what he's expected to do it because he's shown the ability and the aptitude. They are putting a lot on them already. Bill loves kim new. And i think the match jones has to win by knockout over. Everybody in cam would be an impediment to the offense working well but match. Jones has not the door wide open but insurance lamb shuttle. What have you seen from. Julio jones. so far has been engaged in meeting. Just everything is different. And i think he's been very open to learning the way that that we do. Think within open to learning what we do how we do it so that. That's the big offended. I'm pleased with that as a coach. Are you a nets fan or durant fan. I am made durant and kyrie fan. And i'm things. So why do you like those guys have. Where did that come from. I'm actually carrier. And then the jane carton of football because he's the best heiko guy one on one. You can't can't stop. Who's the justin. Herbert of the doak. On week on week youtube dot com slash richeisenshow for an entire week in full. Arcot back here on our radio and tv show together fun hour that we've had so far just great with martin sheen and luke wilson deforest buckner this hour and dur- during those conversations a couple of news items of broke homerun derby news in colorado shohei. Otani is going to take part in the home run derby it's gonna happen and interestingly enough. He will be the first to ever do it and pitched himself. It's really strange like bugs. Bunny he's going to throw the ball. Come knock it out of the park. Do this special. I have the ball will be you know. They'd use the baseball's already to they. They have juice baseball's for the home run derby and then in colorado literally he might hit wyoming with a basement. It's gonna grow. Real is to hit it so far where it's going to be awesome Pete alonso said he's going to defend his title so right now all we need now is plotti a kunia. Tha t's like let's go. let's go make this the biggest home run derby. They need it by. Let's go. they needed they needed. And then you know Stanton and judge wanna do it too like why not. I don't know if the they'll never do it. I think people still believe that You can get hurt. Doing this or your. I don't know. I just remember when when mcgwire and sosa did it and fenway park and it was the greatest of all time is incredible. I was standing there with the stuart scott and i were interviewing players as soon as they were done standing on the field and it was amazing. It was unbelievable on believable. and mcgwire. hit all those home runs and he broke his bat in the middle of it memory was going to switch his bat and i think pedro was like. What are you doing as he broke. I broke my bat. He hit more home. Runs with the broken-bat it was unreal. I've never i. I will never forget it as long as i live. It's a very special event couple years ago when it was in washington. Dc took my kids. They went they saw is flying. It was unbelievable. Beautiful night bribery show. It was harper put on a show. But reese hoskins was there. I think alex bregman took part was just starting. It was terrific fun. Kosh schwab was like a swing and fire hydrant unreal. it was all about bryce harper. That because you know that was a source. And then he wanted to run and he just like threw the bat in the air and people going crazy his hair flying and his dad wanted to him with pythons. And the crazy thing is that Baseball is going to check All fathers for spider tax. It's really strange that they're making all these announcement one day for the home. Run derby oldest rivalry in sports. Everyone talks about what you know. Yankees red sox talk about packers and bears and hold my pint says great britain versus scotland. When you can say this goes back to long shanks you know. This is a long standing robbery right. William wallace scored an extra time Right on the battlefield extra time hold. That's what they were saying and then an extra time. We scored as we all know right in the center. Right in the middle of the pitch you screaming and yelling face paint rome. Sorry that was not a an international but only the second time that scotland and britain have faced one another in a major tournament last time they faced each other was euro ninety six and this is for the right to move to the final sixteen for for for the brits and this is going down and wembley right and fifty minute. It's raining.
"martin sheen" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Grow vast liquors there. Wow. Could have been Larry Wholesale letter. I know that could've been you see, Accepted. What Worse He's right. He could have been a lot of words. Andy, you know I love you. I love you. Do not break and you know, you know why your career hasn't bounced for because you would have named the guy Larry, Larry and I tell you, and that would have been funny for a week. There's about they would never, ever. That would shut ins that would have made me the Here are their hero, but they never would have been a Larry's wholesale liquor live 10th anniversary. Very cute exchange between Conan O'Brien and Larry King, By the way, Tony Randall, who was in the show the Odd couple with Jack Clubman. His real name was Larry Rosenberg like my uncle right and the great Tony Curtis. Believe his name was Bernie Schwartz. The walls Schwartz, I can tell you that so a lot of folks would Jewish last names have found a way to change them. Well, listen, that's not unique to the Jewish ethnicity. A lot of people have what they call stage names. You know, Larry King. It's a great stage name. I mean, no matter what if his name was you know Dombrowski, he Larry King, it would would work better than Larry Dombrowski. I agree, But it just seems that all these people had Jewish last names. He was Jewish from Brooklyn. Zeiger. Oh, no doubt. Yeah, The stage name phenomenon is not necessarily unique, Justin. I guess someone that wasn't you implying that they were ashamed or I think it was that they were ashamed of it. But it was over. They would get further ahead with a better name with a less ethnic name, agreed. Like that was the case. Well, that's true. Emilio Estevez was not Jewish, and he did change his name to know he was seen. He was a million sheen and he went to Emilio Estevez, Charlie Sheen's brother, Martin Sheen, son. There's there are million eggs. I don't have any at my fingertips right now, but Look a lot of Ah lot of crime over the weekend, bro. Lotta crime. Some videos of Well, you know, God, people victims getting stomped One dude got off a bus from Atlanta and they were waiting for him. They pummel this poor kid. I don't have the support. Maybe he did something. Well, whatever. They pulled them took all his clothes, including his underwear down a canal Street 11 30 that daylight broad daylight in on Friday and then all over the place. The police there was a woman outside a liquor store surrounded by in Harlem. Surrounded by a group of young thugs again a bunch of white guys in Maga hats and the police last night. Also, they ended up having to shoot somebody again. Somebody's car was stolen, and they actually tracked the car down because the guy's cell phone was in The car. And then when they approach the dude. Well, there were two guys in the car. When they approached him. He tried to back the car up and run over the cops. So, you know, shooting this guy a lot, Just a lot, a lot of crime and people like Tony Herbert. Is out there saying, Look, we got to do something. This is bad, bad. Even the Guardian Angels were in on actually helping to apprehend some dude on the subway with a hammer, who attacked innocent people. Ah, courteously when his guardian angels So And of course, as we know, Governor Cuomo bears a lot of the burden lot of the blame for all this crime with these no cash bail laws. We knew that. But one of our friends is actually came out over the weekend is pondering for her name is being thrown around as a contender to run against. Governor Cuomo in 2022. Her name is Janice Dean. Janice Dean is out there and she's not ruling it out, she says. I'm a do it because, she said, she's the face of all the The families who lost loved ones in the nursing home slaughter perpetrated by our esteemed a smug thug Governor Cuomo. I'd love to see Jonathan. She's a star right now. With Fox News. I actually stand corrected. I said a million. Frank Morano, who's really smart. He? He's right. They were all born. Estevez was actually Martin Sheen and Charlie Sheen that changed their name from Estevez to Sheen. So on Lee Emilio kept The right name, and Marty and Charlie changed it. God, Janice Dean, I would vote for her over Andrew Cuomo. Eight days a week. And Cuomo, of course, being the cycle path that he is and the Machiavellian psycho path. He's manufacturing this war with Chuck Schumer over well this when it's over, it's over. If he doesn't get the $15 billion he wants he's gonna blame it on smoke. Schumer's gonna blame all the troubles in New York, and Schumer bears much of the blame. But Cuomo's wants to distance himself. But although there's nothing new in this war, it's a big headline on Page two of the New York Post. He did say back in the spring, he says, I say to Senator Schumer did Cuomo. I say to Senator Schumer, it would be nice if he passed a piece of legislation. That actually helped the state of New York. And he claims that the two billion that they got during from the last stimulus package was just not enough that well, Joe Biden and everybody else signed off on by and now wants to come up with a $1.9 trillion, which Mitt Romney of all people came out yesterday and said he doesn't think it's a good idea. But over the weekend, also its surface that Biden last Wednesday. As is his want. W 20. He did it again. Joe Biden plagiarized. And this time it was a man who was at his actual inauguration. Bill Clinton. This was Joe Biden at the inauguration last Wednesday, Take a listen to lead. Not merely by the example of our power, but by the power of our example. And here is well the guy he stole it from Bill Clinton at the Democratic National Convention in Await people. The world over have always been more impressed by the power of our example. Then by the example off our power to I'm on Joe. I mean, you come to expect it. You know what I mean? It's like it's normal now, so I don't know. I look and also schmuck, Schumer. Speaking of him, he said Hey, put his foot in his mouth. On Friday, he said, this listen, there will be a trial and when that trial ends, senators will have to decide. If they believe Donald John Donald John Trump incited the erection, erection insurrection while against the United States, So we couldn't say Trump Donald J. Trump. And then he said erection instead of insurrection, which he doesn't cite directions. I mean, I stood next to a guy every day. Who will have it for the better part of four years..
"martin sheen" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Ash was harder the book then Charles Barkley. Come on now, huh? So we were supposed to have a bond today. Then there was a missing first. He said he could come on. Then he said, Well, the time doesn't work. Maybe he is in bed. But I mean, we've booked Barkley. We booked Manning. We've booked all the other sports greats, and I just want you to know that this story's gone nationwide. I got a text this morning from marks up, Elsa. My buddy who? I worked with the Channel. Fine. And now, right. You worked at Channel five, Channel nine and Fox everywhere. And And he said, Hey, man I heard all about. It's great stuff, but it was good to hear from him one of the all time great guys. Do you admire what he was able to do where he was on top of his game? He had enough. He walked away. He got his dream home. Where is he? In Montana now? Yeah. And any just says I'm good. I'm happy with my life. Absolutely. He's so terrific. Remember my kids out there skiing and a friend of mine said I have Ah, log cabin out in Whitefish. Callous spell you can use and I've said, Hey, thanks a lot. So I take my three boys out there skiing years ago, A big mountain we get there. It's a log mansion, seven bedrooms, indoor Olympic pool, Everything. Turns out my friend bought the place from Martin Sheen. And there was still pictures up of Martin Sheen, Charlie Sheen and Emilio Estevez. And this place was spectacular. We skied Big mountain and so you know, we're skiing. One day we take a break for lunch. We're sitting in the resort. And Mark walks in and he's like, what do you doing here? This is my place. This is my secret place. I don't want anybody from Chicago to know. Sort of like what you had with Larry Potter. Yes, Z's So No, it's great to hear from market. I miss him a lot. That's awesome. What s so Chris? Brian today went on with Red line radio on bar stool sports, And they put out this one minute teaser with the part about them asking. Do you still have joy when you're on the field? And he says not all the time, you know? And ESPN. Jesse wrote up a piece nationally. Some people didn't like the headline some people that he was the head of Road about Chicago Cubs Kris Bryant, not having as much fun playing baseball as before. That's the headline. And like you should see this in the Cubs fans are angry these days and I feel like they're taking out their anger on Jesse. Well, that's easy, You know, it's Yeah, Everybody's a little too tight. Why, like you? Did you read the article? Did you have any problem with what they did? I just It was just quoting what he said. And then every single athlete when they get pissed about somebody writing or saying something about them, they say it was out of context. This was a quote. So that wasn't having That much fun and now I need to get back to that. That's all Woz. Right? That's it. That's it, That's it, And like a lot of people are saying, Well, you just took that quote out. That's actually the quote they promoted to when they promoted the interview, So I love those guys. I don't agree with any of this. This anger towards Jesse. I think this is misguided. I think it's not informed. And I think everyone should be just happy that that you know that Chris Brian is a candid guy. He was candid, but it is his big right. That said it was everyone did their job. In my opinion, the bar stool guys did a really good job. Yes, he did his job by publicizing what happened, and Cubs fans should take their anger out. The Kris Bryant isn't signed that they're getting rid of everybody. And they don't want to spend any money. You know you can't trade the third basement fire the manager you fire the beat writer. Yeah, yet. Silly, is it? It's not stupid. It's stupid s. So what else is on your mind today? Yeah. I mean, we got to get your prediction here on your bills. Yeah, I saw where the homes went through. Another practice today is gonna be fun. The issue is have you changed? Well, he's got it. He's got to toast things, too. Yeah. Have you changed your I know your sister dogging me about what I said yesterday. You were just like I just want my team to play. Well, yeah, just gravy. Now they're in the championship game. Super Bowls. Great. Look, I don't I don't think the bill's gonna win. I think it's gonna be a great game. I think they'll make him sweat, but I think the chief should go to the Super Bowl against the Packers. So as long as Tom Brady gets crushed, you're going against the team. Even with your look, I'm riding. I picked the bills today. Good, but but a lot of guys write bills, man winning. Silent. Pick the Chiefs. I'm sorry. I don't mean you know, pick the Chiefs. I'm not going to get super emotional about this. I'll do that at home alone, screaming. They're ripe there. Watch this game with with anybody, or do you want to go to my brother's house and sit outside and smash all kinds of lawn furniture? We got to do that. Okay, Have you What's a weapon? You will get the wings Ted's red hats and be fined Wick. I don't know the weather. I can't be very good probably be in the twenties. Right was 40 today, but, you know, we got a big windshield coming in. So deal. Yeah. Yeah, So you guys are going to sit outside and watch that's OK. We got heaters out there and stuff were from Buffalo. That's true. I'll be out there and swim trunks. No. You want no, No. You know, man ride with Josh. Alan, I think you're making a mistake here with not believing in your boys. Somebody built a giant Josh Allen snow sculpture in Buffalo and painted it. The helmet, the number that Jersey everything. It's spectacular..
"martin sheen" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Eminent degree. Someone who is highly qualified for the job. The Electoral college was created specifically to prevent an unfit candidate from becoming president. There are 538 members of the electoral College you and just 36. Other conscientious Republican electors could make a difference by voting your conscience on December 19th. Thereby shaping the future of our nation. I'm not asking you to vote for Hillary Clinton. I'm not asking you to vote for Hillary Clinton. I'm not asking you to vote for Hillary Clinton. As you know, The Constitution gives electors the right to vote for any eligible person, any eligible person, no matter which party they belonged to, But it should certainly be someone you consider especially competent, especially competent to serve as president of the United States of America. Voting your conscience. You and other brave Republican electors can give the House of representatives the option to select a qualified candidate for the presidency. I stand with you. I stand with you. I stand with you. I stand with you and support and solidarity with conservatives, independence and liberals and all citizens of the United States. American people trust that your voice speaks for us all. And that you you will make yourself heard through the constitutional responsibility Granted to you by Alexander Hamilton himself. What is evident is that Donald Trump lacks more than the qualifications to be president. He lacks the necessary stability and clearly the respect for the Constitution of our great nation. You have a position in the authority and the opportunity to go down in the books as an American hero who changed the course of history and you have my respect. You have my respect. You have my respect. Your patriotism and service to the American people Unite for America. That was after the 2016 election. Martin Sheen,.
"martin sheen" Discussed on WSB-AM
"WSB Atlanta's news and tied president Trump releasing a video via Twitter, conceding the election and really taking the task. What happened at the Capitol yesterday while the relays and just a couple minutes With the news, weather and traffic update. But before we do that our buddy Ross in Gainesville joins us on the program. Ross, Come here a minute. I want to talk to everybody loves Russ in Gainesville. But what something else that is universally beloved Russ. You know, I'm thinking, Charlie Sheen. Everybody loves Charlie Sheen. I would say everybody loves Martin Sheen. I don't know about Charlie Sheen. I think there's some people some ladies in l A in the nineties that don't love Charlie Sheen. Well, you know, I read this yesterday. That's why I brought this up because they say he lost his mansion. He moved into a small apartment. And nobody will hire him and Hollywood accept commercials. So one thing he's doing to make money if he's still in videos to you personal that is, But I'm gonna buy 10 Cameo. You're talking about cameo. Yeah, exactly. I'm gonna I'm gonna get you know Charlie Harper, which is what is on the show to tell me how to pick up girls or something. I bet that's pretty expand. How much do you know how much it's gonna cost? Because it depends on the How much for your $100 s So the bigger the celebrity. You've heard a cameo guys. This. This suits like a celebrity video service. One of my wife's uncle's Got one from Peterman. Oh, no kidding, J. Peterman. That's fantastic. So the bigger the star like J. Peterman's probably less than 300 bucks, Right? That's probably 40 bucks or something like that, Um, $40.40 dollars. So my cameo I got I got a message from cameo. Asking me if I wanted to do the service, which is where you could. You could send it a cameo and say Hey, and basically I have to say whatever the hell you want, right? Like I have to say Russian gaze was most handsome, handsome man in the whole county or whatever you are you there's no editorial have to do it. Um But I didnt First of all a Who's going to pay for that, right? What? What could I charges? Charlie? She's getting 300 bucks. Like what do I get $2? Yeah, maybe 50 and I would just feel weird doing it like Super Strange. Yeah, like really suit like I'll do a video for free. Like I do that a lot of on Father's Day. I like every year I behave if you want a video for your dad or your mom like I do that on Twitter. I would just feel really weird. Not that Charlie Sheen should feel weird. He's Charlie Sheen. I'm just Mark Erin, but I don't know. I don't know if I could do that. Russ, would you would you do videos for money? Yeah. What do you talk about? You know it. Yeah. What's that? Rice? You look great on TV. I mean, you could be a movie star. That's that's ah 100% makeup rush, but thank you, but we have to make up. These guys will tell you I'm a four. When you put the makeup on, I bump up to a six But the UN makeup to Mark Aramis before I don't know. I just felt I declined cameos like a no one's like how embarrassing that be like, Oh, yeah..
'The West Wing' enlists big names for its When We All Vote reunion special
"Thanks. I'm a big fan of Aaron Sorkin and tell us why This is a good time for me in television, because I like him so much. He absolutely if you didn't watch it yesterday, a cz, always with streaming. You can watch it at your leisure. But yesterday they dropped on HBO, Max. Ah, Special reunion of the West Wing cast is probably his most legendary TV show The West Wing and gathered almost everybody from the cast for Martin Sheen and Allison Janney and Rob Lowe and so forth. To recreate an episode from one of the early seasons as a theatrical staged event in an empty theater, But they filmed it like it was a play and it was in that shifted from scene to scene and it was really cleverly done, but also just reminded you how Wonderful that Siri's wass and how inspirational it was, even though it was about politics. So if the dueling if the dueling town halls and so you may be this would've last night, but it's still out there, but even more so today, Netflix drops another Aaron Sorkin project. Which he wrote and directed. It's called the Trial of the Chicago Seven, and it goes back to the sixties, when those counterculture figures Abbie Hoffman and Jerry Rubin and Tom Hayden and Bobby Seale and others were put on trial for inciting the riots that disrupted the 1968 Democratic convention. It was a big media circus, and this film looks like it's got it all and including a terrific cast, including two Emmy winners from this season. Jeremy strong from succession and one of the stars of watchman job doing the team. They're playing two of the defendants. You also have frankly, Angela's The judge and Michael Keaton's in there. Sasha Baron Cohen's in there. Doing dramatic bit, and it just sounds like again. Aaron Sorkin is knows his way around a courtroom. If you remember his very first big hit was a few good men. So if you like Aaron Sorkin style you've got two choices was like a double whammy of Aaron Sorkin this week. Now? Yeah, I once interviewed Jerry Rubin, a za journalism student at Penn State, and he was in the Rolfing, which is when you beat yourself up physical. Just one strange cat, man. I got to say yes. I have a feeling that would be a fun one to watch. Yeah. Will be S O on Sunday. You got something? The
A little extra Time
"Welcome to catch myths and mysteries. Shyam your host kid chrome with everybody shelter in place. I thought it might be interesting to talk about time travel and with that in. Mind the paradox of time on time. Paradoxes any logical contradiction that has to do with time travel. The Classic Paradox Time Falls into the classic grandfather paradox. The grandfather paradox who's usually the screenplay turn novel then movie where the U. S. Nimitz is caught in a storm of thrush and back in time to December sixth nineteen forty one. The dilemma is what the crew knows. What's going to happen? But the grandfather paradox of time gets in the way when the past is changed. It creates a contradiction. The time traveller could do anything that did happen but can't do anything that didn't well an aircraft carrier the size of the Nimitz didn't exist back in nineteen forty one so anything they could have done would have altered the future in a big way. Fortunately the storm that sent them back in time reappeared and brought them back to their time before they could decide what to do for a little more detail watch the movie. The final countdown. I think it came out in the nineteen eighties. Should you can listen to Martin. Sheen explained the grandfather paradox. To Kirk Douglas. The topic of time travel bags of big question. How would travelers go forward or back in time? H She wells painted a picture of a time machine with his book. The time machine. It was simply a vehicle for going forward or back with little regard to the visitors passed or impact on the future or past for the past for that matter that then we have screenwriter Richard. Matheson who wrote somewhere in time and takes the issue of time travel to a new level in the movie. Christopher Reeves is a young theater students celebrating the success of his latest production when the party is interrupted by an elderly woman who break Suda crowd of well-wishers Impresa lock into his hand Luxembourg. The says come back to me long story short. He traces Salak at back. To a stage. Actress of Nineteen twelve and her summer retreat that has been restored to pristine nineteen twelve decor. He buys clothes from the era right down to the socks. He wears a pocket wash from that era than rents a room and focuses on all things nineteen twelve and remember. He's surrounded in a room and a facility that is all nineteen twelve and ZAP when he ventures back out into the hall so hours later it is indeed nine thousand nine hundred twelve and elderly woman is there and a romance began one day. It is raining so they decided to have a picnic and Gorse at some point. She asked the time when he pulls out the pocket. Watch a penny from nineteen. Eighty comes out with it and the spell is broken. Well all this talk of time. Travel's seems a stuff of fiction. The what about Deja Vu? The feeling that you've been there before or met that person before done that thing before could it be that you've visited another time and have a flash memory of the person you met. L. Let's bring it home. The was the last time that a day week or month just seemed to Fi- yet your routine hadn't changed. I can remember going to the gym a specific time day or I would meet a friend. We always did the same routine but after a year or so. We noticed that we were finished sooner than before our next meeting. We TIMED ISH. Exercise routine and the gaps between each workout. The Times were always the same yet. We would finish at different times out of that work at one meeting. We had to stop and re park our cars yet. We completed our usual routine at the same time we had established and still finished early. Not Time travel but perhaps time slip. The Earth spins at Specific Rate. Plants grow in predictable period of time. Are we humans of variable our perception of time altered for seemingly? No reason when I was in grammar school failed to complete my homework. I could still hear my teacher telling me that we all had the same twenty four hours in the day but do we. The world's most accurate clock has neatly shown how right Albert Einstein was a hundred years ago when he proposed that time is a relative concept and the higher you live above sea level. The faster you should age. Einstein's theory of relativity states at time and space are not as constant as everyday life would
'Grace and Frankie' season 6 is coming to Netflix tonight
"Grace and Frankie season six final season six seasons yeah wow they're short seasons okay of the the Martin short not Martin short Martin Sheen sheen's only funny because Martin short and Martin Sheen partially other Jane Fonda lily Tomlin and is Martin sheen's boyfriend Martin sheen's boyfriend I always forget actor is he's a good actor
Joaquin Phoenix calls out 'meat and dairy industry' at Jane Fonda's climate protest before arrest
"Several celebrities joining you Jane Fonda in the rally for climate change yesterday in Washington DC and they got arrested Jane Fonda's fire drill Friday protests drew some new big stars Joaquin Phoenix Martin Sheen Maggie Gyllenhaal and Susan Sarandon all join the star to talk about the meat and dairy industries and climate change Phoenix was even arrested and addressed the crowd before his arrest I think sometimes we wonder what can we do in this in this fight against climate change and there's something that you can do today right now and tomorrow by making a choice about what you consume Fonda has been hosting weekly climate change protests in Washington since October yesterday was her last before she returns to Los
Senate Intel agrees with assessment that Russia meddled to help Trump
"Now i've got very important news to tell you stuff it's really gonna blow your mind alec baldwin and martin sheen are going on a twenty four hour hunger strike for oh oh no how will they ever make it through twenty four hours they're so dedicated to evergreens this is the thing that i saw today the real thing the people are talking about i should go on a twenty four hour hunger strike that actually fit into my bathing suits from last summer anyway goals hashtag goals hashtag dad body fight the big thing today and i saw this on fox it's getting a lot of attention to people are like oh gosh what does this all mean here's the the quick dirty the senate intel senate intel community committee has been looking at the findings of the intel community in the two thousand sixteen presidential election that quote the they weren't to help donald trump intelligence committee's findings were quote accurate on pouring according to an unclassified report and accompanying statement by the senate select committee on tolerance released tuesday so they are saying sure enough that russia wanted to help russia wanted to help trump in the election this is from the senate select committee on television they released this and they go into some stuff about the disputes between fbi cia and nsa i used to be a part of these disputes on different analytic products i i've been in the room i fought it out with people from different that stuff can get heated by the way you can imagine when some bureaucrat feels like the stakes are the national security interests of the united states you can get very passionate you can get very sanctimonious to in some of these interagency intelligence assessment meetings i remember things get real heated on some iraqrelated stuff back in the days you can imagine so looking at this now people are going to say oh gosh russia wanted to help trump here's the thing russia was trying to sow chaos russia was doing what it has been doing for decades this you can either make it sound like a really big deal or you can put it in the proper context which is this is a continuation of rough russian provocations against the us and a lot of other countries by the way stretching back for decades this is a way that they pursue with debut as their foreign policy interests by frying to show chaos in the electoral processes of other countries and chaos made me too strong a word just to try to gum up the works a little bit and to push those candidates that they feel like maybe you're more aligned with their interests in some ways on some others downplay or engage in propaganda against candidate but they've been doing this forever i wish they would teach kids in school about what the soviet union was really up to and it's ties to the communist party usa and all the different soviet agents in this country instead you get some five line paragraph about mccarthy was really bad and he did bad things and he lied about people it's like no mccarthy was actually mostly right alger hiss was a spy etcetera etcetera you go online you see that there were deep and very serious very senior penetrations of the united states governed by the communists and there are a lot of americans who were communist fellow travelers and working with the communist party that was a real thing and a very serious national security threat to us but that's not taught people don't know about it and.