19 Burst results for "Matthew Rees"

"matthew rees" Discussed on Who? Weekly

Who? Weekly

05:34 min | 1 year ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on Who? Weekly

"'cause matthew recession like it's kinda charming Also he the first liberty of instagram dedicated to their boat crunch bench. Matthew reese is restoring about has an instagram chronicling. It and you can charter it out for trips. We've like almost talked about this for a few weeks because people we haven't gotten a lot of calls but maybe like one call a week for the past few weeks similar will say like hey matthew. Reece's chartering abode is weird and it's like yet is weird but like what are you going to say about it but like the more details you get the more bizarre and kind of funny it is and we is ernest hemingway boat or not. It's confusing i. Don't think it's actually hemingway's boat. I think hemingway's boat is somewhere else but is one of the types of boats that were not that common. That hemingway used. Oh it's like hemingway's. They're only four of these boats that exist in the world one of them was hemingway's and is mattie recess off air boat. It's still a very rare boat and it's like exactly the way us but it's not that exact boat. I think that exact boat to its credit is in a museum somewhere. It belongs in zine right. But what's interesting is that you know interesting. I mean cove it whatever and he matthew rees they moved to the catskills and his. This is the project that he started working on for that like was restoring this boat and chartering it out on weekends in new york city. So you can like you can depending on where you want to depending on where you wanna do it. He'll bring that boat to manhattan. Bring that boats of brooklyn. He'll bring it to new jersey and you can go out with six people or less for six hundred and eighty five dollars an hour minimum of two hours. So you're talking. If matthew reese was there and i got food i would totally get twelve friends to get on this boat with me. How people six people only six people people are less. No but it doesn't say what's the maximum six people say that six people are less means the maximum six. Everyone would have to be willing to spend two hundred twenty eight dollars for two hours on the reasons boat. Okay arches bananas unless matthew reece's bear and you're talking to him and he's making you welsh rabbit if it's not serving me the welsh rabbit. I don't think it's two hundred eighty twenty sick. And i've never had welsh rabbit. Denotes not rabbit. It's just like cheese right. It's cheese on bread. Two of my literal favorite things not to mention to very affordable things cheese on bread two hundred and thirty dollars. A popular legend suggests that the meat-based name for this meatless dish stems from welsh peasants. For whom cheese was a substitute for the meat. They could not afford pub food. It's cheese on bread. They call it. Welsh rabbit or rare bit sometimes. Is it matthew on the boat or not. I'm going to need to know this before. I make my reservation. I think that that's something that you could ask. If you were really willing to do it would have matthew rees. Read to us from like hemingway book while we like. Listen to a gramophone on his boat will be worth two hundred dollars a person six people like honestly would it for a big matthew rees fan shawnee would fly in shiny comes up again for a big. Matty reese fan shore not to not to pull up this at oscar buzz but what do you think. The four known force for matty researcher on americans the american auto number one Perry mason number two. Nope perry mason number three. Nope it's not in there. Are you fucking getting the americans as the number one either. It's just you don't have to rank them but the americans as of as of there is up there just like he is one of those people that like if you know you know like if you know of matthew matthew re stand. People really are charmed by this person. I mean you quit. Not watch the americans and not stand him. He's definitely a who. Oh absolutely nobody in the neighborhood. Beautiful day in the so good in that so those are two of the four the other two. You're not gonna get. I don't even want to make you guess because who could remember that matthew says the star of both the post and burnt starring bradley cooper the post daniel ellsberg in the post and not in burnt. He's burnt he's in burn. I think he is like a rival chef or something. I vaguely remember. Seeing burnt is good. Though to be honest. I think you're listening to their sort of who weekly call him six restaurants comments and concerns. I'm not going on the boat. yes you are. Why would you get in the mood. I don't care about matthew reason not spending. I've never spent that much money for a concert of. I'm spending that much money. I'm gonna. I want like a two hour performance in the opportunity for meet-and-greet okay. Like i don't want to just these ingredients but we don't know that he's gonna be. There won't pay twenty dollars mattie boat if we if we. I can't figure a someone. I was actually a fan of and i was like on the pope with them and they were serving me a cheese on bread. Have the american patricia clarkson said hi bobby if you two hundred thirty eight dollars you can get on my boat. I'll serve you food and make cocktails. I would throw money in her face. But have you watched. The americans know okay. Well that's the problem. Then that's why. I'm not gonna spend two hundred and thirty dollars to the reasons boat. I'm not gonna do it. This is the end of the episode. Keep calling it. Six one nine who then leave questions comments concerns. They katie narrative to who's providing are rita theme song on tuesdays sports..

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"matthew rees" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

Piecing It Together Podcast

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast

"Kind of off the rails. That's what i want out of these kinds of movies superhero movies and things like that so you know definitely an. I actually kind of liked the ghost in the shell out of. I know there's a lot of problems within right down to the casting and everything. But i like an action movie. They're kind of goes insane over the top. And all that. So i thought too i. I didn't i didn't hate it. I thought it was beautiful. And and Had some interesting things to say. So yeah i know a lot of people that real sticklers for the anime and what you said it definitely has its flaws but overall i thought it was. I thought it was okay. Yeah absolutely and i'll just not as a full on puzzle piece. But i'll just kind of like combine onto ghost in the shell and add in lucy as well another previous scarlett johansson action movie loop assan but You know just these. Two movies just proved that she should be making a movie. Like this something that where. It's just a big huge blockbuster. You know as big a budget is you can get and just going huge on the action because scarlett johansson deserves. She she does this really really well. Yeah and i think that she does that. Kind of slightly mysterious but still approachable. Kind of growing. I mean whether it's under the skin or or something. She has that sort of presence about her. I think yeah inside that works quite well absolutely so i'll go onto another puzzle piece that i had here and this is one on our trailer episode. My guest had brought it up. And i didn't get it from the trailer but then once i watched the actual movie i was like. Oh yeah this definitely is a good puzzle piece to bring into this conversation. And that's the tv series. The americans which i i didn't fully watch my wife watched it and i caught episodes here and there but the the series with keri russell matthew rees is a russian spies were sent to kind of infiltrate america and gather information and they're living this completely normal american life until that phone call comes through and it's time to go back to russia with all the information and all that stuff and that is kind of where the entire family aspect of this which is such an important aspect of the story here with black widow is that background of of what she grew up in As a child and how that normal life was kind of taken away from her and then she became. You know the the natasha that we all know the black widow character. So that kind of spy russian thing. That is kind of ingrained in a lot of film history. A lot of spy type movies and things like that Was so prevalent in the americans. And i think it's kind of the same structure that they took with how to set up this character here in black widow. Aren't they also serve a forced family like a in the americans. I haven't seen..

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"matthew rees" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

Science Facts & Fallacies

05:31 min | 1 year ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on Science Facts & Fallacies

"Genetic literacy project and the two authors or matthew rees and phil harvey and this was just kind of a little synopsis That you may want to take a look at because it's a real quick reference guide to when you have that dinner table conversation This fourth of july across the dinner table about you know. Is this really organic potato salad. And you've gotta have that. You know that uncomfortable conversation with your neighbor or your whatever. So you're you know you're you're sister-in-law rachel as david's eric puts it the bottom line is that organic produce is produced using specific production methods. And you can use certain seed and certain methods and certain chemistry to produce it and there's nothing wrong with that. There's you know it is what it is. The problem is when you that there such a misunderstanding. That comes from what it really means. And it's twenty years old now. The organic certification organic label and it's turned into a major moneymaker for specific markets.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"By a united States. Senator Tom Cotton. Good morning, Senator. How do you like the snow? Yeah. I enjoy this, don't you? Yeah, I'm on a little bit different day here with a snow day earlier this week, so the kids and was able Come on on my usual Tuesday slot. So thank you for your indulgence and four bearings. Well, I have two big questions. One Will the bird roll survive on scathe? In other words, you expect Joe Manchin to stick by his promise on Uh, the bread bear show and two. I'm calling it the Perry Mason impeachment because we all know acquittals at the end of the show. Am I wrong? Oh, um Well here. You're dating yourself. The Perry Mason Impeachment. You know, my generation might call it the mat lock impeachment. But I mean, I think it appears to be a foregone conclusion to you from the vote we had last week ast, You know, I said from the very day that house, um had it snap impeachment. Of President Trump that it was beyond the Senate's constitutional authority to have a basement proceeding. Against the former president. And I think increasingly strikes most Americans is very strange. The Senate is going to spend our time trying to impeach convict and remove from office man who left office two weeks ago. At a time when there's so many other challenges facing this country. Now on your first question, I do believe this so called bird roll will stand effect, not just because Joe Manchin has said You would not vote to overturn it. But also, Kirsten said, And then I think there's some other senators you haven't spoken out and publicas well now before your audience who don't understand all the arcana of Senate procedure met a lot of senators don't either. Mostly bills in the Senate takes 60 votes to pass. There's something called the reconciliation procedure that is geared primarily towards taxing and spending measures, and that can pass by just a simple majority. Roberty Byrd, who see Joe Manchin occupies Craft roll 30 years ago that said, You can't squeeze policy changes into a so called reconciliation bills. You can't race him in ways you can't bring a amnesty can't make Washington, DC estate and when that is challenged, if anyone tries to do it in the parliamentarian strikes it down. Now. Theoretically, you could have a simple majority vote overturned the parliamentarian, but that would be a truly radical step. It's not been done. To my knowledge. There were some Republicans who advocated that we should do it 2017 when we use the reconciliation package on a traditional tax measure. But Republicans refused to do it, then I know a lot of radical Democrats would like to do it. They want to ram through extreme legislation on a simple majority vote, but I think there's a handful of Democrats who will respect the rules and the traditions of the Senate. Now, Senator a couple things. First of all, Perry Mason 2020 was on HBO with Matthew Rees is Perry Mason. So I'm not dated. You're just simply not up to date, but I'm not hip enough. I don't pay for HBO subscription. There you go. It's a great show. By the way. Matthew Rees is a great actor. Second thing, though. I'm the bird rule. I believe. You used reconciliation to move the repeal of the so called tax on Obama care that past and was challenged by the parliamentarian and the parliamentarian rule. That was a tax issue, So it was appropriate for reconciliation in my correct about that. Yeah, that's right to you. Certainly what you say that reconciliation touches on taxing measures and spending measures. Most Americans wouldn't think that includes health care, and it doesn't include all health care. When we tried to pass on Obamacare repeal Bill, there was something that we couldn't do and reconciliation, just like when the Democrats Passed Obamacare in 2010. They couldn't do everything on reconciliation they wanted. That's why I had so many unintended consequences. However, ah lot of our health care policy in this country is driven by the tax code. So, for instance, the exclusion that most your listeners get on taxes for their employer provided health insurance on the job. So the individual mandate of Obamacare, which was I hate the most hated provisions which find people brought me and before the health care that Obamacare made it unaffordable in the first place was very much attacks. I mean, it was enforced by the Iran's It was part of the tax code. The Supreme Court ruled in 2012. The only wimps constitution was that it wasn't hacked. So obviously it was an appropriate topic for reconciliation bill in a way that D C, statehood or amnesty for illegal illegal aliens, just playing like not appropriate for reconciliation. Now I've heard liberals say a $15 minimum wage will generate new taxes by virtue of raising the income of people at the bottom level. By that interpretation, the butterfly's wings takes over. What do you think the parliamentarian ought to say? And will say about the $15 minimum wage s? Oh, yeah, it is a very the bird roll is actually kind of collection of rules. They're all very complicated, Tedious, And I won't tell you your audience to all of them, Um That's one of the standards is a fiscal impact cannot be merely incidental. That's the exact words merely incidental. So you could argue you could argue anything. You could argue that you know, building a wall is going Tol helps the kind of help the budget because you're not going to spend so much on welfare for illegal aliens. You could argue that embassy is going to help the budget because you're gonna have more people authorized to work and therefore paying more taxes so you can use the butterfly's wings theories. You put it for almost anything. The bird.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:57 min | 2 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on KCRW

"The chambers brothers were set to play a huge concert in San Francisco except there was one problem their drummer couldn't make the show the brothers called on their sons and nephews Chris chambers never played to draws from a live but a total let me spend the night in the studio when ya come back yeah I have a drummer that's on welcome to LA with the David Weinberg find it wherever you listen to podcasts I'm sorry five nineteen here KCRW thanks for joining us for this Monday evening edition of All Things Considered my name's Larry pearl so glad you are with us we had a great weekend are coming up on the program out of the break a conversation with an internet disinformation researcher to talk about her argument that Facebook groups or destroying America more on why those groups maybe right targets for people who want to spread misleading wrong or dangerous information HBO has released a nineteen thirties here in WA our mystery series call of starring Matthew Rees of the new series has reimagined the nineteen fifties courtroom drama Perry Mason and later you're gonna hear from former police chief and a former U. S. assistant Attorney General who were co leaders of president Obama's police reform task force it has been five years since a White House task force released a report on improving policing in America but is this last one still valid we'll talk about that on the program to all right now your roads in Sunland still have this happening to ten eastbound at summit Avenue or Boulevard rather got a stickler crash a semi blocking the left lane of traffic slow from Wheatley W. amount seven ten south bound this one before Alondra Boulevard crash blocking the two right lanes and you're slow from the one oh five and in south LA one one south bow before Florence Avenue stalled car in the middle lane of traffic is slow coming away from Martin Luther king Boulevard it is seventy degrees in downtown LA this is All Things Considered from NPR news I'm ari Shapiro and I'm Sarah McCammon Facebook groups are ripe targets for bad actors for people who want to spread.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:08 min | 2 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on WTOP

"In honor of father's day or grant your for your grandfather your dad you may have watched as years ago Perry Mason makes its return TV guide's matorral stock was sandy because L. about this new version and what it'll look like definitely not your father or your grandfather's Terry Mason that's for sure it wouldn't be on HBO this is taking us back to basically the origin story of Perry Mason which we never even got really in the book to take them back to the nineteen thirties he's a private eye working for a lawyer and he's more pampered Bogart and Raymond Burr and once he said we've been to the law he's definitely not master the court room the way the Perry Mason was put it this way nobody is going to contest on the stand to turning the double so it's an eight hour miniseries basically Matthew Rees who is an Emmy winner for the for the Americans really terrific actor he takes on the role of Perry Mason and he's sort of grizzled he's volcanic he's disabled he's nowhere near what you might expect a Perry Mason but this is the story of how Perry Mason came to be the store has more of a China town feel to it the cast including John Lithgow playing his mentor I mean it really is just attributed to television but it has very little to do with the Perry Mason that we knew and grew up on okay and so sports fans tonight the espys yes like so many things yes please what look like ask me the past years it is a celebration of the sports world but it's not gonna be sort of the glittery thing with sports stars are being celebrated for their past victories it's gonna be more dedicated to stories of service set up lift and courage and perseverance Megan Rapinoe than soccer stars one of the hosts but it's gonna be done remotely and I think maybe it's going to be handled more like a tear jerker one of the highlights is going to be a tribute to Kobe Bryant from the people of Los Angeles and that includes a performance from Snoop Dogg but there also be segments where athletes are addressing the black lives matter movement and also pieces where they're showing coaches and athletes among communities helping people out during this covert nineteen crisis so I think in many regards it'll be more of an emotional experience the most athletes have been in the past which seems fitting for the year we'd we've been going through that is TV guides Matt around here's another sign life is slowly try nine to return to normal around here the DC department of motor vehicles will resume in person services beginning this coming Tuesday DC mayor Muriel Bowser announced the re opening of the DC DMV service.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on KCRW

"Also Matthew Rees on the new CD incarnation of Perry Mason and Michele Norris and our grandmother used to go on the road to Pretoria corporate image that will now be retired on your mind my grandmother was doing work that was well paid and she was stepping on a stage that was available to her and so she used this as a stepping stone toward a a better life Saturday June twentieth two thousand twenty live from NPR news on Giles Snyder Attorney General William Barr is trying to oust a top federal prosecutor the US attorney for the Southern District of New York but NPR's Ryan Lucas reports a prosecutor in Manhattan says he's not leaving yet the public standoff between bar in the U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Geoffrey Berman comes after the justice department announced late Friday night that Berman was stepping down a few hours later Berman put out a statement of his own saying no he's not resigning and he won't do so until the Senate confirms his replacement and Berman vowed that the office is ongoing investigations will continue unimpeded he did not specify which cases he had in mind but the Southern District of New York is investigating president trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and his business dealings that is just one of several investigations Berman's office has conducted that relate to associates of the president Ryan Lucas NPR news Washington to Tulsa Oklahoma now where crowds are gathering ahead of president trump's rally there tonight Seth Bodine is with member station K. O. S. U. just a few blocks away from the POK center where Donald trump holds rally today supporters lined the sidewalks in anticipation the rally is still on despite a lawsuit filed by several tools to lawyers the Oklahoma Supreme Court threw out the suit yesterday afternoon mayor GT Bynum originally issued a curfew for ten PM tonight in a bid to avoid violent protests the following tweets from trump the curfew was rescinded a secure zone around the Reno has been established by a Thor he's governor Kevin state has activated the Oklahoma National Guard for NPR news I'm subroutine in Tulsa Oklahoma those attending the rally or being required to sign a waiver provided by the trump campaign agreeing not to sue if they are exposed to the corona virus in the UK despite a ban on large gatherings because of the pandemic demonstrators are holding a fourth weekend of protests against racism in cities including London Manchester at and Bure on Glasco positives protesters also expected on the streets of Paris today the acting homeland security secretary joined local officials at a memorial service in northern California under the federal officers shot and killed an Oakland late last month Chandan linens with member station KQED hundreds gathered up in valley high school to remember David Patrick Underwood a federal security officer who was allegedly shot by Air Force sergeant Stephen curry outside an Oakland federal courthouse officials say career was motivated by an extremist anti law enforcement movement he used a nearby protest over the police killing of George forest cover acting homeland security secretary Chad wolf this is under what was targeted because of his uniform hatred violence determine.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Little audio preview of one of the seasons of the Americans which it consistently got high ratings and awards for being well done it was the voice one of them of Franklin gel anything Franklin Joe is in is worth watching but its stars Keri Russell who was one of America's sweethearts and she plays one of the spies I guess and Matthew Rees or rice are H. Y. S. I talked about him last week when I was mentioning the fact that I saw that Mister Rogers Tom Hanks movie he was terrific he played the writer interviewing Mister Rogers and you just really have to appreciate art when it's done well good writing tense drama if you're looking for that kind of thing and good acting so that's one that we can suggest and one that I haven't started but I plan to so lines are open six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty remember in the old days asking questions like Hey if you're on a desert island request to be no electricity but stay with me and you can only bring save three DVD series along with you what would they be so toss that out there as well and yeah a date so that let me do a a quick break so we can get to some more calls six one seven two five four ten thirty or eight eight eight nine two nine ten thirty Jordan region for Dan we'll be right back nice site with.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"This is a big opening weekend for a movie project that I was on the inside track on a cold you at the time of it last week your city I walked the red carpet I saw the the premier with the cast Tom Hanks and Susan lackey Watson Chris Cooper and all these guys were all part of this I I actually and I've got a behind the scenes piece that we produced for you tonight if we can if we can get these twenty three human beings free I promise you we will we will let you it is opening in theaters tonight I got Matthew Rees formally the Americans from this is a neighbor that show popular television America they sat down with me last Sunday in an exclusive interview I would love for you to hear and see that interview but first I want to liberate these twenty three individuals twenty five dollars a month for ten eight three four to ten ten now jolt there's always the possibility that someone is just joining us doesn't know what we're talking about even though this is something that I've kind of wave the flag on all year long and for someone that's brand new to the situation I want you to to kind of explain what happens but don't do it just in the academic a bees and stays take us to northern Sudan and tell us the story of somebody that has been liberated well I was there earlier this year Kevin and I met people just come out of slavery people that he is I free and brought back to their home villages these are people sisters in Christ you're a follower of Christ our our our our families say what they have done it because there are Christian little war that ended early get it out in a five in two thousand eleven thousand at became that it was kind of the world got it and it is so throughout the war tens of thousands of majority Christian people were taken area of orders to that held as slaves and we're not just talking about you know this is the worst place and when I got out of there if you use it if we actually for the labor party Labour day by day get a no okay and if they have children are taken away from them this story already so we are free the other side of the screen thousands of thousands of these that I would want to complete a number of two hundred bringing that back all I will be there on the ground I want to be these people in your audience get a free well we can do that eight eight eight three four to ten ten friends it cost two hundred fifty dollars total to liberate and to give the new life to the slave two and fifty dollars total that's a big chunk of money if you're doing it all at once but maybe you live on a controlled budget income and maybe you could do twenty five dollars a month for ten months you do the one time I get to the two fifty that's awesome but are there twenty three people tonight that could say I could do twenty five dollars a month for the next ten months go to eight eight eight three four two tanned Tanner motors CSI dash USA dot orgy hot on my picture in and make that gift the the the very neat thing about this is that as soon as you begin that gift giving process we are able to begin.

"matthew rees" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"But I I including this is a big opening weekend for a movie project that I was on the inside track of called you to play and they wrote I was at the junket last week it was healthier your city I walked the red carpet I saw the the premier with the cast Tom Hanks Susan Blackie Watson Chris Cooper and all these guys were all part of this I I actually and I've got a behind the scenes piece that we produced for you tonight if we can if we can get twenty three human beings free I promise you we will we will let you see that on it is opening in theaters tonight I got Matthew Rees formally the Americans like he was in from this is a show the most popular television America they sat down with me last Sunday in an exclusive interview I would love for you to hear and see that interview but first I want to live three individuals twenty five dollars a month for ten months eight eight three four to ten ten now jolt there's always the possibility that someone is just joining us doesn't know what we're talking about even though this is something that I've kind of wave the flag on all year long and for someone that's brand new to the situation I want you to to kind of explain what happens but don't do it just in the academic Gaby's and sees take us to northern Sudan and tell us the story of somebody that has been liberated well I was there earlier this year Kevin and I met people just come out of people that three and brought back to their home villages are people brothers and sisters in Christ you're a follower of Christ need our our our our family is a little bit about the because Christian little war that ended early get it out in a five thousand advocating that it was kind of the world got it and it's so war has thousands of majority Christian people were taken into a little area of orders to that hello ladies and we're not just talking about you know this is the worst place and when I got out of there views physically sexually or labor are you as labour day by day get a no okay and if they have children everything away from that this story so we are free yes I thousands of thousands of these right but I can leave that number two hundred for either back all I will be there on the ground I want to meet these people in your audience get a free well we can do that eight eight eight three four to ten ten friends it costs two hundred fifty dollars total to liberate and to give the new life to the slave two and fifty dollars total that's a big chunk of money if you're doing it all at once but maybe you live on a controlled budget income and maybe you could do twenty five dollars a month for ten months you do the one time you have the two fifty that also but are there twenty three people tonight that could say I can do twenty five dollars a month.

"matthew rees" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"And Matthew Rees a beautiful day in the neighborhood rated T. G. travel guide suggest in theaters now for tickets and showtimes resources done a beautiful data the holidays are a time for family and so you mentioned politics and then it's all screaming meltdowns hi Dennis Prager there's no more important issue facing America today Americans are free to speak out even at the roll call of a cable but there was a film as fighting back no safe spaces no state spaces he really is fantastic check it out I am over the moon about no safe spaces every American needs to see this si no se spaces only in the G. thirty go to know six spaces dot com for tickets you know the holiday season is such a wonderful time to enjoy all things in which god has blessed our great country and while we're spending time with their families many military families right here metrics are sacrificing for us local soldiers they leave behind their families and are separated well I found ninety two point seven AM fourteen hundred the patriot wants to thank these we would like to recognize Madison heights tired online trading academy and church account for their generous donations to the patriot Karen share program for Detroit military families each donation will help provide a five hundred dollar gift card to bless several area military families during the holidays we appreciate our partners in the stress for the endeavor and be sure to visit Madison heights tire and auto online trading during this holiday season bring these changes in the office is a pretty great idea Mr Evers yeah everyone seems less stressed when they can manage to stay awake maybe would relax better if we just had geico commercial auto Google can help insure vehicles that's good to know yeah they can help business owners with all kinds of insurance needs that's really good to know well check him out right get to know geico and see how easy commercial.

"matthew rees" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"O. V. I. T. it's a beautiful day in this book beautiful day for based on the true story of the friendship between Mister Rogers and a cynical journalist in love prochan people like me so tenderly as for help and that's okay starring Tom Hanks and Matthew Rees a beautiful day in the neighborhood rated G. travel guide suggest in theaters now for tickets and showtimes resources out of uniform data hi this is Dennis Prager and again the Prager stores put together something new they have compiled every male female our since twenty ten we've had topics in calls about marriage kids dating it's a must see for the all of me the truth about what a woman needs what a man needs also includes every segment with my friend and relationship expert Alison Armstrong I've done this segment for years now you can listen to all of them dating back to twenty ten these hours have literally save marriages I wish I could read to you all the emails I have received the what people tell me at every speech the couple will come over with the smile and thank me for what male female our his tongue for their marriage or even gotten people to get married to begin with for a limited time the complete collection ten years of the male female are available on flash drives or as a download go to Prager store dot com see strong support for Israel from the president the trump administration will stop by classifying Israeli west bank settlements as a violation of international law this is a big big development there's been a lot of litigation on this issue between you and resolutions on this issue what we're talking about a big swath of land it's a lot more than a settlement okay these are these are functioning cities a.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

02:51 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

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"matthew rees" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:18 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is fresh air I'm Terry gross let's get back to my interview with Mario Heller who directed the new movie a beautiful day in the neighborhood starring Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers and Matthew Rees as a journalist assigned to profile him for esquire magazine Heller also directed the films can you ever forgive me and the diary of a teenage girl when we left off Heller and just told the story of how she and her three year old son had watched an episode of Mister Rogers neighborhood that dealt with death which was an upsetting idea for her son who would never heard about that before do you remember how you learned about tough I remember my grandmother's husband dying but I think I was older I think it was seven or eight when he died but I remember that being the first real person I knew who died and I and that my parents didn't let me go to the funeral and I remember feeling like it was really unfair you want to go I wanted to go I don't I I thought I wasn't like I felt and I think about sort of Mister Rogers and that way of like I I felt like a full person you know I felt like I was having as big of an experience as everybody else and why wasn't I allowed to go to the funeral and I think they were trying to protect me was upsetting for you to learn that such a thing existed and stuff yeah yeah I mean I yeah I was one of those kids who thought about death a lot and we had we had the big earthquake in the bay area needing on how old were you then ten mmhm but that really it scared me in like a deep dark way you know it really shook my sense of what could happen in the world it was just the first my my brother was trapped in a warehouse we couldn't get to him in the house of bread Jenna we didn't know if he was okay and you know friends of mine their parents were in San Francisco and the bay bridge collapsed and we didn't know if they were okay and that there are people who are part of our community who died in it it was just so chaotic it was just the end of the world it felt like the end of the world at the time it really depends and it it's definitely I had a high was it it's still something that has meant you know meant something in my bigger emotional life that I am still dealing with intact and you know I think back on myself as a kid and I'm like I and I see it in my kid I think that's why this experience of showing in that episode was so I felt for him so much because I I remember what it was to be the kid who was thinking about the kind of dark questions of life and while other people aren't but now you know I had this experience when I was preparing to make this movie before I went to Pittsburgh I went to a a talk at the Buddhist send center in Brooklyn and I think I had this idea in the little I really know about Buddhism or Buddha where I was thinking that somehow if you are very enlightened that you're very peaceful that year you're at peace you're sort of happy and this woman who's giving this talk said of the goal of Buddhism is not your peace or to to never feel any pain the goal is to feel all the pain and that made me think about Fred at that time because all all of all the things we were hearing in the research about Fred was that he went to emphasize such a great degree with the people he came into contact with you would need a stranger on the street and they would pour their heart out to him about what they were going through and he worked almost hold it like a vessel like he he just became this great vessel for other people to for what they were experiencing into and and I think he felt at all he was he was present in the pain of the world and not denying it and he grew up with a lot of illness I mean he was a sick child was often isolated that's how we started doing voices like forces first puppets right he was his parents were so nervous that he was going to be kidnapped Adam chauffeured to school so that he was even more isolated from his friends yeah and I think he was in his own in his own head a lot in that way but I think he also was very he spent the rest of his life therefore trying to be super connected to other people rather than being so separated from them I want to play one of Mister Rogers songs that you use in the film hi I particularly like this one it's it's it's one called what do you do with the mad that you feel and it's all it's it's a song all about learning to control yourself and your emotions get out of hand and I think this is a song that most of us adults should learn by heart to so so this is the real Fred Rogers singing at here we go.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:51 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Family to Ghana decades ago her story is on the world and it's coming up thirty minutes from now the world weekday afternoons at two this is fresh air I'm Terry gross let's get back to my interview with Mario Heller who directed the new movie a beautiful day in the neighborhood starring Tom Hanks as Fred Rogers and Matthew Rees as a journalist assigned to profile him for esquire magazine Heller also directed the films can you ever forgive me and the diary of a teenage girl when we left off Heller and just told the story of how she and her three year old son had watched an episode of Mister Rogers neighborhood that dealt with death which was an upsetting idea for her son who'd never heard about that before do you remember how you learned about tough I remember my grandmother's husband dying but I think I was older I think it was seven or eight when he died but I remember that being the first real person I knew who died and I and that my parents didn't let me go to the funeral and I remember feeling like it was really unfair he wanted to go I wanted to go I don't I I thought I wasn't like I felt and I think about sort of Mister Rogers and that way of like I I felt like a full person you know I felt like I was having as big of an experience as everybody else and why wasn't I allowed to go to the funeral and I think they were trying to protect me was upsetting for you to learn that such a thing existed and stuff yeah yeah I mean I yeah I was one of those kids who thought about death a lot and we had we had the big earthquake in the bay area needing on how old were you then ten mmhm but that really it scared me in like a deep dark way you know it really shook my sense of what could happen in the world it was just the first my my brother was trapped in a warehouse we couldn't get to him in the house of bread Jenna we didn't know if he was okay and you know friends of mine their parents were in San Francisco and the bay bridge collapsed and we didn't know if they were okay and that there are people who are part of our community who died and it it was just so chaotic it was just the end of the world it felt like the end of the world at the time it really did and it it definitely I had a high was it it's still something that has meant you know meant something in my bigger emotional life that I am still dealing with it there and you know I think back on myself as a kid and I'm like I and I see it in my kid I think that's why this experience of showing in that episode was so I felt for him so much because I I remember what it was to be the kid who was thinking about the kind of dark questions of life and while other people aren't but now you know I had this experience when I was preparing to make this movie before I went to Pittsburgh I went to a a talk at the Buddhist send center in Brooklyn and I think I had this idea in the little I really know about Buddhism or Buddha where I was thinking that somehow if you are very enlightened that you're very peaceful that year you're at peace you're sort of happy and this woman who's giving this talk said of the goal of Buddhism is not your piece fortune to never feel any pain the goal is to feel all the pain and that made me think about Fred at that time because all all of the things we were hearing in the research about Fred was that he went emphasized such a great degree with the people you came into contact with you would need a stranger on the street and they would pour their heart out to him about what they were going through and he worked almost hold it like a vessel like he she just became this great vessel for other people to for what they were experiencing into and and I think he felt at all he was he was present in the pain of the world and not denying it and he grew up with a lot of illness I mean he was a sick child was often isolated that's how we started doing voices like forces first puppets right he was his parents were so nervous that he was going to be kidnapped Adam chauffeured to school so that he was even more isolated from his friends yeah and I think he was in his own in his own head a lot in that way but I think he also was ferry he spent the rest of his life there for trying to be super connected to other people rather than being so separated from them I want to play one of Mister Rogers songs that you use in the film hi I particularly like this one it's it's it's one called what you do with the mad that you feel and it's also it's a song all about learning to control yourself and your emotions get out of hand and I think this is a song that most of us adults should learn by heart to so so this is the real Fred Rogers singing it here we go do you do with them and that you feel when you feel so by when the whole wide world seems so wrong and nothing you do seems Marian Wright what do you do check bags and some clay or around friends or a game of tag and see how it's great to be able to stop when you land the thing that's wrong and be able to do something else instead and thank this song I can stop when I want to can stop when I wear on the job Tom and what a good video like this note that the feeling there's some thing and I need help how much we can all right can be seven day out while I'm on and a ball and some and okay those Mister Rogers it do you play the songs for your son I do that when I play for my kids all the time that song sort of became like our thesis for the whole movie have this idea that so many of us don't actually have practical ways to cope with their feelings and you know it was as a song he quoted when he did that famous hearing in front of the Senate where he got money for PBS but also it was a song that we put in the movie specifically because it felt like it was telling the story that we were trying to head on with this movie which is about this grown man who really hasn't figured out his own coping ways he can't he hasn't figured out what to do with his own Matt and and what does that mean much what type of a man is he then let's take a short break here and then they'll be plenty more to talk about if you're just joining us my guess is Mario Heller she directed the new film a beautiful day in the neighborhood we'll be right back this is fresh AIR support for NPR comes from this station and from whole foods market offering colors and flavors of the season with seasonal produce holiday desserts and chef created menus.

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ shows us we may not be able to forget, but it’s never too late to forgive

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A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood’ shows us we may not be able to forget, but it’s never too late to forgive

"It's a beautiful day in this book beautiful day for based on the true story of the friendship between Mister Rogers and a cynical journalist in love broken people like me sometimes we ask for help and that's okay starring Tom Hanks and Matthew Rees a beautiful day in the neighborhood rated T. G. travel guide suggest in

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"matthew rees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Of today this all gets it goes on in the sixties at all except to today and we'll talk about that after the break we got to get back to the unitary Bective Matthews falling and I talk about it during the break go to mail dot EDU or all of our previous kill bill by what very few for Hillsdale dot com portions of the huge your brought you in part by the salvation army there's an awful lot that happens in B. C. that you never hear about unless you're here when he would return this thanksgiving it's a beautiful day in this beautiful day for based on the true story of the friendship between Mister Rogers and a cynical journalist of broken people like me so tenderly as for help that's okay starring Tom Hanks and Matthew Rees a beautiful day in the neighborhood rated T. G. travel guide suggest in theaters now for tickets and showtimes resources dot a beautiful data home advisor dot com you know winter is upon us and seventy two percent of the people that listen to the your your which of the millions it listen to my program you own your own home well that chilly weather is coming the holidays are just around the corner in the days are getting shorter you may feel like you've got.

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"matthew rees" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

AM 570 The Mission

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"matthew rees" Discussed on AM 570 The Mission

"And that's okay starring Tom Hanks and Matthew Rees a beautiful day in the neighborhood rated T. G. A. I'd suggest in theaters this Friday for tickets and showtimes resources dot a beautiful day down a blur a crash of thunder and the shooting you fell through a hole that shouldn't have been there or maybe it was a broken ladder a walkie scaffold a simple not should put you down and out however it happens falling on a construction site can ruin pain if you fail as someone convinced you that you have no case of just live with this is that even fair or just what if your employer is at fault doesn't justice mean compensation for medical expenses pain and suffering personal injury attorney Dan but if you think so with over thirty years dedicated to ethics and justice for the injured he's one almost half a billion dollars of settlements or verdicts his firm holds the record for new York's highest paid cash some readers well I press of other but if you go in associates best law for five years right so you have a case one call for a free evaluation one eight hundred number one eight hundred number when a construction accident demolishes your life about a chance to rebuild Daniel but if you go miss M. since one eight hundred now results not guarantee a similar outcome what you need to know when you need it Khalaf radio hi friends I want to say thank you I want to say thank you for those of you that have heard over the last just two and a half days that we have these offered this opportunity there to rescue these eighty two families and already nearly fifty percent of those families cared for and friends.

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Dr. Daliah

01:53 min | 4 years ago

Zach Galifianakis, Founder and Bill Hader discussed on Dr. Daliah

"Eleventhhour holes preview i'm elliot francis a condemned killer in nevada who'd given up on any further appeal has been given a lastminute reprieve correspondent james dinan tells why las vegas judge ruled that the state illegitimately acquired madonna's alum a sedative it planned to use in a lethal drug combination to execute convicted murderer scott dosier madonna's alum has been used in executions before but alvin the drug's manufacturer sent a letter to the state of nevada in april telling officials at oppose the use of its products in executions on wednesday just hours before nevada's first execution in twelve years alba attorney accused the state of hiding how would acquire the drug stormy daniels was arrested at an ohio strip club overnight accused of leading patrons toucher a violation of state law her attorney michael nutty says daniels was taken into custody during a show in columbus ohio ninety claims during the performance on patrons touched her in a quote don sexual way ohio law prohibits anyone who wasn't a family member to touch a nude or semi nude dancer of an call the arrest a complete setup nominations route this morning and jim roope has a previous ones really all over the place as far as possibilities william h macy's seems a shoe in for shameless as does donald glover for atlanta and bill hader for berry could be anthony anderson for blackish or eric mccormack four will and grace even zach galifianakis for baskets those are the possibilities on the drama side look for the possibility of jason bateman for ozark milo ventimiglia for this as us and or sterling k brown for the same show this could also be the year for matthew rees from the americans will soon find out jim roope los angeles john's founder john schneider has stepped down and apologized after reportedly using the n word on a conference call in may schneider used the racial slur while taking part in a role playing exercise designed.

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