17 Burst results for "Michael Oher"
"michael oher" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Doing owning a small businesses a rollercoaster, hang on and enjoy the ride with us. Good evening. Welcome to the show. Okay, We're gonna go ahead and say it. You said at the very end of the show last week. What did you say? Go Toledo. That's what it was. I knew I knew where you're going with it. I don't think you did you blindsided was that's OK. I don't like it. When I do that. That's nice. Sometimes we'll blindside didn't work last night. For the Panthers did. Yeah. They were kind of Michael Oher in the blind side was kind of off base last night was a good one. You know it. Just it just I just thought of it, right. You're not that good. There's no way you came in with I'm sorry. That's all right. Yeah, well, you know, girls yesterday. So like I got blind sided, But, you know, I kind of you know last week going to say to because we were talking about member the QuickBooks. Got the small business. They did The commercial. Yes. Remember when I was selling? I was like there it is. There's the death Wish coffee. It was rigged, and I heard you. That's a commercial and I didn't even realize it until after they swallowed. The ship was going down. The guys throwing away Yeah, well, the first commercial Yeah, good was not quite as good as the monkey. No. Whatever Party of monkey baby monkey. I can't even say it that fast. That was so stupid. It was good. I was actually freaked out that I was really freaked out. When it first came out baby legs, We'll start looking the guy's nose and tail. Call for, you Know, Remember Wizard vase, at least a diver own. I will give it that. At least it had the diaper. You know what? You know what they did their job. I'm just saying it's smart marketing because we're talking about right now because it was We're talking about exactly exactly exactly well, and you know, so remember that when you're thinking about doing something smart, like a very catchy marketing thing for your business. You know, maybe sometimes the stranger things, puppy. I think some of the best ones with the chips I mean burritos has great commercials. Cheetos. No dead is proud. I mean, that's good. I kind of like the Ryans Ville Ryan Reynolds and I was like that was like everybody don't see Guys everywhere. I didn't understand. I did it. I had always talented, but no mercy. I live there. I would love to be in the card looking again. Wouldn't you know? I have liked him since just friends. And probably before I could say right now what? I'm not going to in the air. No, no, it's moving on or something. They're gonna go Google it now. Well, you know, we talk about small, There's Reza always say, resolution. It's revolution. Still thing about rock'n'roll. That's okay too far, but now the whole community and the things that they're doing new Robert perch perch. With that. I'm glad you say that because you don't really do Well. I don't know how good it makes me nervous when I heard but I, but they're doing great things with small business and I even saw something they were having. Like, locally veneer us with Georgia, but they put this on just today. On Twitter and I said fill in the blank. Okay. You ready for this film later? Ship is Do you want me to answer? Well, I would say leadership is for qualified people. That's good. Actually the story on this later here it was about training and leadership. That's that's a great but you know things like that they provoke you to think about What leadership is what you should visit later. And what about people who lead you? What about our country? You know, and we're going to talk. I won't talk a little bit later, too. You know what should we run Our business like the government know that again, you know? You would be out of business quickly, but it makes you know that that's a great I like that because You know you're thinking, you know, it makes you ponder. Okay? What do I want A leader to be to me. So therefore what type of leader should have been with someone else and howto have had become that leader. I should be Well, you know, you know my answers. What do you want him back, and I said And I liked it. Unless they just pretended to fill it in without fill it in, and I really liked it. Didn't you know? You know what my thing is, is about leadership. I think my fill in the blank is don't knowing that you can't do it all. Major, unless you're Well, yeah. I mean, you have to know exactly how you get to the point, but I mean, even like some things like Something that we've been talking about lately and people we've talked, Tio. I mean, even in the point where it like you do too much like you get two. Big, Sure. And then you you know, it's like focus on the smart of the few things that you can do and doing really great. No. So it was kind of my thing, but one of theirs was a great answer. Others on here was leadership is not about what you can do. It's about building the platform for others to be able to succeed. You know, I agree with it completely. But I will say, you know, I think you have to qualify that with what size business are you talking about? Because there's different. There's different seasons of different phases is different. Structures that you had two different different businesses. You know what? What is your business structure? We talked about it many times. If you have someone that you know, Ruben, friend business with each other, you'll find your strengths..
"michael oher" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Social media at 99 the game Instagram Facebook Twitter. Follow us on all the different platforms is always the best way to be a part of our show through our personal Twitter handles reach myself. It's at James H. 316 at James's 316. That's your water cooler talking points. 3 to 6 months in advance of anybody else That's out there. He's in Midtown, producing the show Jarvis in the building at Jarvis D. 90 at Jarvis the night Hawks by the way in the lottery. Get the sixth pick what a junk pic daddies. I would I'm gonna be real honest with you, okay? I would rather the Hawks forfeit that pick then actually picked somebody. In a draft that barely has anybody at the top to start with Outside of Wiseman Edwards in ball, and now the consensus is sort of getting to be Edward's ends up in Golden State. What a junk pic. Junk pick sixes. There's no reason to pick sixth in this draft. None Take that pic. I don't You know what? I'd rather have Juwan Howard than the day I'm six pick of the draft right now. I'd rather have Michael Oher Conde than the sixth pick of the draft right now. All right. This is your night. Look at all things. Atlanta factors here from Canada here in just a minute. Couple of things going on today as.
"michael oher" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"A home purchased back in 2007. If you bought that same exact house today, the payment would be more than 20% lower than it was back in. 07 and now jury. Most people have gotten a raise since then write several raises since 2007. So what's your What are you seeing out there? What's what's the rates? What do we know what you are? They are they dropping further, so racer there slowly grinding down Believe it or not 15 year fixed rates are sitting in the low two's so now that's with AH, more likely. The lenders, not ableto pay, closing costs 2.25% on a 15 year fixed. I mean, that's just unbelievable. Um, 30 year fixed or sitting at, you know, 2.75 again. It all depends upon equity in the House Credit score, so force so there's lots of variables. But 2.6 to 5 to 2.875 for a 30 year fixed mortgage. So everything's basically clearly in the twos Now it wasn't like summer above three and and you know, you could say 3% and below. But most I would say 90% of most loans are under 3%. So these air unprecedented times to save money and, ah Again. I just I I'll quote something from someone I could find myself doing this every day. And my jaw just dropped to the floor like, can't really believe that I'm saying that your rates 2.6 to 5 and You know when I laugh, and it's like, Wow. Well, then the question is, you know, do you think rates will go lower and Of course, I'm my responses. You know, they could. But does it make sense that 2.6 to 5? Take it right. You know anything is is I mean, when you start getting that low and rate, you know, another quarter point move might save you. $10 a month per $100,000 borrowed. So if you wait around, I'll tell you the thing that's that I would recommend people to do is get in and get re fied or bought now, because money is tightening its definitely type. It is that is we're seeing that all over banks. Where are the ancillary programs that were out there the equity lines, the construction loans, the remodel loans. Two out of three housing loans. Yeah, we're still doing manufactured housing. But Ah Ah ah, lot of the ancillary mortgage products are are going away, right? And you know, we read an article on the show about three weeks ago that Chase bankers is not doing residential lending to anybody with lower than a 700 credit score. So what what's happened in the industry is So when this pandemic first happened, the bank's kind of reacted and overreact. Hey, let's do for parents. If don't if you can't make your payment. We'll just pay us back later, and they encouraged people that what have otherwise paid not to pay them. So then you have a company like Wells Fargo, which we announced last week. Their year over year profit was four billion with a B less in 1/4. You know that's on track to be $16 billion lower. What do you think that looks like for their company stock when they make $16 billion less? And why is that? Well, they make their money from servicing loans, and they're the one of the largest servicers in the world, and they actually own own less than 10% of the loans they serviced. But they had just encouraged whole bunch people not to pay them. They had seven million people take them up on that, and and so their earnings off they had paid When they collect money. They didn't collect the money. Right s o. I mean, just be careful what you ask for. But just I would not be waiting around. If you're waiting and say, Well, you know the rates Mica lower than Michael Oher. Yes, OK, so you have a $200,000 loan on your home, and if it dropped another quarter, you might save $20 a month on that payment, but What if they freeze the credit? And now you can't get a loan anymore. And also if you got it now, and you start saving, you know, like $100 a month from the payment you currently have. And you write it for six months. I mean, you've already got $600 at $20 a month. You know it's going to take you 30 months to recover the money you've already gotten, I would say, Get in. Get that low rate now and lock it in before it goes away. Agree? Well, I have a last last week and I had Ah met with Ah radio show listener at the at the office. And and, and she was very adamant that she wanted to know club closing costs alone, and I said, Okay, and I always want to know why. Of course everyone wants save money on fees for you know, that's becomes a rate calculation. You know, As far as what we're doing is we're raising the interest rate to absorb the cost of those fees and it's why do you want to know costs alone? Because I believe rates are going to in the inn below 2% in the next six months, and I said Okay, and I love to know what people's Why. Why do you think that tell me your your mythology. And she just thinks that you know this. One particular person's opinion felt that the market's going to continue to, you know, Ah, be affected and the economy is going to slow due to the virus and that rates are going to come down. So we have a bet. Where in six months you know, it's like, well, we have a bet for Coca Cola that six months because I'll be back in six months. We're gonna do this again, so we'll see what we'll see what happens, But So you know who knows if rates are going to go lower, But it's there so crazy. Good right now take advantage of it. And if like this other person is right, we'll do it again in six months, right? And you know, I did that I refinanced my home last year had had alone since 2003. On my on my primary residence, and I I refinanced in November. And I thought I was doing really, really good. I got three and 1/4 percent rate. And, you know, I said, you know what I would rather have the higher interest rate and so I got a 3.5 with with you paying all the closing costs and Then this hit and now you can get that same loan for 2.5 instead of 3.5 on DH. It's like, Wow, This is our even if you say 2.5 and then push it up to 2.75 But that changed it was worthwhile to me even Six months later. Take me $140 a month and by having you pay the closing concert front All it cost me was that extra $21 a month. You know, for the four months that I paid for the loan in the fifth month? Yeah, I refinanced the six month there wasn't a payment because he always skip a payment when you go forward, so it caused me $84 tohave that loan, you know, it's just like why Why don't you jump in now You can always re fi later. Yeah, It's kind of a pain, you know, pulling up mortgage statements and pay stubs and stuff like that. But you know what? If you look at the grand total time it takes to do all that. It's probably two hours. So in the savings is clearly worth it. I will say, you know, probably one of most complicated things, Onda. Lot of I think a lot of people who listen to our show. Ah, our self employed and Fannie and Freddie did enact a rule that is Has made it a bit comp more complicated for self employed borrowers to refinance and that is you have to provide bank statements for the last two months. And you have to provide a P in L..
"michael oher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"The bucolic countryside idle or okay Sala I'm sure Japanese chap staff you live Daryl G. Juliet yeah you got a point here in this country I found somebody to you this movie was but it was based on the life of NFL player Michael oher what is the can catch inside your blinds the lines are symbolic won an Oscar for it two days later found out that her is Jesse and James it's been doing it a bombshell McGee and they'd adapted a child like two weeks prior yeah here we go there we go we're just filling in the gaps of the line that's quite alright this name appeared on the fake ID in super bad it was a big Dick no what is our mission we have a half dozen it's something Matt Glover yeah he what what are you no words make the love love in with it that's what he put on his fake ID how close not get wiped out six yeah one more to go to do one more you for each year we go to thousands of movies in the terminal sunshine of the spotless mind she played Jim Carey's lawyer okay one sec case there six to one yep that would be seven no it was all thanks.
"michael oher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Play the game you just go over her all I eat it doesn't now issues and I urge you to do is a question that should be that should be like when your little rule things if I've tried I know but Danny Morris there is serious and stern with his okay so what you're saying is if you yell out an answer and it's the right answer but none of the former question it doesn't count unless your answer it that way because there's so many so many rules yeah what is your earliest monopoly crazy eights right at eight seven if it's my my hand is your next movie questions lost in translation took place in this don't care what is her killed no worries what is China world what Julian yelled out the answer which is and where is to be able to give the point to as I said it is a hard fine you know she used to do this idea really said it technically correct you do because you don't know Tokyo wow okay specific numbers yeah but that was for the whole new I know is reeled in Tokyo yes I get it you're not out in the bucolic country hi Joe or okay Sala here we go I'm sure our Japanese chap staff you live the Arab world you Julia yeah you got a point the skunk you found somebody to you this movie was but it was based on the life of NFL player Michael oher what is the can catch line side.
"michael oher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Yes it isn't half bad she was just it was decent minority report was really good was right about that okay this two thousand five movie it's tagline wise hide your bridesmaids two thousand five hide your bridesmaid bridesmaids yeah nothing with nothing to do the bride's maids is not in the title the hang over hang over none of the wedding crashers this boy we have not seen butterscotch stallion and Vince Vaughn just short so curb your enthusiasm as did Jon Hamm it's been really good to see seltzer with Jon Hamm was planning Kerr drew it was in a play or a movie like a delivery David he was shadowing him and becoming him and that was the whole thing was probably David felt this one restaurant he goes to put the ugly people in one section in the beautiful people in the other system he's really been on fire this season it is good as far AS one he played boxer Jim Braddock in Cinderella man whose lives at a because I said who is Russell Crowe that's true I'm trying to play the game you just call her her all I eat doesn't it now if you me and I urge you to do is a question that should be that should be like when your little rule things if I've tried I know but dining servicer is serious and stern with his okay so what you're saying is if you yell out an answer and it's the right answer but none of the former question it doesn't count unless you don't answer it that way because there's so many so many rules yeah what made no monopoly crazy eights right at eight seven if it's my my hand is your next movie questions lost in translation took place in this don't care what is her killed no words of our what is China world what Julian yelled out the answer which is your band where is to be but I don't know how to get the point as I said all right fine now she is just inside the release said it technically correct you do because you don't know Tokyo wow okay specific numbers yeah but that was for the whole new final is reeled in Tokyo yes I get here not out in the bucolic country hi Joe or okay Sala I'm sure Japanese chap staff you live down a real G. Juliet yeah you got a point okay here we have a skunk I found some better you this movie was but it was based on the life of NFL player Michael oher what is the can catch line.
"michael oher" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Called for the world yes it isn't half bad she was just it was decent minority report was really good and what is right about that okay this two thousand five movie it's tagline wise hide your bridesmaids two thousand five hide your bridesmaid bridesmaids yeah north with nothing to do the bridesmaids is not in the title they hang over hang over no no the wedding crashers boy we have not seen butterscotch stallion and Vince Vaughn just short so curb your enthusiasm as did Jon Hamm it's been really good to see what else with Jon Hamm was playing a character who was in a play or a movie like it Larry David he was shadowing him and becoming him and that was the whole thing was probably David felt this one restaurant he goes to put the ugly people in one section in the beautiful people on the others he's really been on fire this season it is good as far as one he played boxer Jim Braddock in Cinderella man whose lives at a because I said who is Russell Crowe that's true I'm trying to play the game you just go over her all I eat it doesn't acknowledge use masters in me and I urge you to do is a question that should be that should be like when your little rule things if I could try I know but Danny Morrissey Sir is serious and stern with his okay so what you're saying is if you yell out an answer and it's the right answer but none of the former question it doesn't count unless you don't answer it that way because there's so many so many rules yeah what made you monopoly crazy eights right at eight seven if it's my my hand is your next move the question lost in translation took place in this don't care what is Tokyo no worries what is China world what Julian yelled out the answer which is and where is to be but I don't know who to give the point to zari fine she is did I did really said it technically correct you do because you don't know Tokyo wow okay specific numbers yeah but that was for the whole new I know is reeled in Tokyo yes I get here not out in the bucolic countryside idyll or okay Sala I'm sure Japanese chap staff you live down a real G. Juliet yeah you got a point here in this country I found some better you this movie was but it was based on the life of NFL player Michael oher what is the can catch line.
"michael oher" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"The Premiere episode and John C Miami of Ohio Leads Louisiana Zhanna right now seventy three in big trouble. No I've only five minutes to go in the second I've got were Niamey. Plus fifteen th that you have minus V. No I have Miami plus fifteen. I'm in great shape in Europe Lynch side of the coin. I win my first bed of twenty twenty the other side of the coin. Miami collapses. I'm competing against you tales Miami Collapses Laura what is it did you hear tales. Yes so that's Laura She's new congratulations relations figuring out how to turn your mic on. which was an issue the other day but are how long you've been here? I going on two months going on too much. Why I I just meeting? You haven't been here for two months. Okay good good. All right. Aren't lost. Track Greg. Got It right okay. I'll start with this coach. Oh fifty year old Ed ordure on is maybe the best coaching story in all of sports this year leading. LSU To an undefeated record thirteen now your number. One ranking spot as the favorite in the national championship chipped USC head coach. Oh yeah but. They didn't think he could handle being the church head. Coaching passed him over. Even Lsu was rumored to Tom. Herman to replace place less miles before Herman decided to go to Texas and LSU settled for coach. Oh yeah as their second choice. It was hard to see this coach showing up. He was ten in twenty four right at Ole miss in his first head. Coaching gig Nice runner. USC He went six and two at USC before being passed over then six thousand two at Lsu before almost being passed over again. So I have a weird question I want you to listen. This for people who've never never heard coach speak pay attention to his voice. This is his actual voice. Greg give us a little coach. Oh everything's online and whatever things on the line I believe in a team but you know we don't make the game later this. This is an important game for us. Obviously to get women WanNa go when we take it a one game at a time. Okay right. So here's my question. Do you think ed or girons voice. The fact that he sounds like a cartoon character held him back in anyway. Anyway or do you think it was strictly as record. That kept him from getting to the top sooner than he did. I think his voice was pardoned. I do too too hard to take serious right and there's a little bit of being easy to caricature and let me point this out. He is a great rain guy. Great Guy and what people like we say this about Clay Helton clay on a great guy and when somebody is a really good guy for whatever reason you think will. Maybe he's not tough or he's not serious but can you imagine. USC would love to have right now and Lsu. If they had had Tom Herman Tom. Herman went seven and five this year. Yeah I mean well. He said coach always very easy to be happy for into root for now that he's working thinking about coach. Oh two is he's. He's a an unbelievably great recruiter right unbelievably good recruiter. And by the way if you've ever seen the movie the blind side yeah coach. Oh plays himself in that movie. He's the one who got Michael. oher gap the kid in the movie to go to Ole Miss. He had the inside track. Both of his parents had gone to old miss so he was a legacy but coach. Oh plays himself does a good job as chat all right in. The world of fitness brands are increasingly employing digital tact tactics to to attract new recruits in the classes that succeed in bringing strangers closer together seem to be doing the best among the developing field. One class has emerged as more extreme than the others others. Certainly a name. I'll say at once it's this. It's the skinny bitch. Collective now controversial highly selective. It's a British exercise is reserved Class reserved for the elite Russell. Bateman is behind it. A former writer turned personal trainer. He claimed the name of the female lonely fitness group was meant as a term of endearment a former. SBC member emphasizes how difficult it is to get in. You can't just turn up. I'm pretty sure they looked at your instagram. I am followers. You have to email. Say exactly why you WanNa go etc Why do we have? Why do we create these elitist gems and exercise programs and doesn't Abboud Z.? Jim Actually started defeat. Its purpose No no here's why you do it. Creating the illusion of exclusivity has always sold this. Did you watch any of the documentaries. He's on the fire festival. Yes the one in the Bahamas. Yes that was basically watch both of them. Yeah I did too. That was basically if you haven't seen in. There's one a Netflix one Hulu Lou. What this organizers did he was a con man was basically got the hottest models he could find to do a commercial saying? We're all going to be at this party and it's GonNa have concerts and exclusive waterfront accommodations. And it's GonNa be great and then just took people's money and never produce result right. I was an unmitigated disaster. People showed up down in the Bahamas. He tried to save it last minute. And it turned out to be a bunch of dodd matters fall prey to exclusivity and they try not to. I think it's so SNOB. I didn't go. Well hold on you do it and you didn't even know okay. Tell me where I do it. With your Ram season tickets. They date the soldier the highest level of access to get you the best seats in to get you into clubs and stuff like that and you paid more for it because you you knew you. We're getting exclusive benefits. I told you long time ago. I said once you got into business or first class you would. You'd probably get into everytime coach to Costa Rica right but I know got it now. I'm aware of it and I was able to use miles to fly one time but I won't. I won't pay for a lot of people will. Yeah I know a lot of people well when you get a taste of that lice. Oh frigging expense. And so that's why it's I don't think this gym is in is necessarily going or this program. This exclusive program is going to be the any more helpful or better for you than you would be. Just going to Gold's gym in. Venice bought the fact that you think it is right. Maine's they can market it and it's not and you can get you can sell the exclusive Jim in La now Ucla Hills for anybody can join right. Yeah Yeah it's Pricey I'm trying to think if there's there it's more like can you get in with an elite trainer like the Lakers strength conditioning coach. Gunnar Peterson has very practice. That he trains Kate Beckett sale and Jennifer Aniston and that you know that world of people right But so but but he produces unique results. When I'll tell you one thing I I also think an element of this is the idea of being in a class right up because there's a there's a group energy that happens when you're in a class whether it's a yoga class or God bless you twenty-three-year-old women who are going to a soul cycle? There's a vibe that happens when you're in a group or in a class and it sounds like that's also part of the appeal here fouls chack all right amaze name. Leanne Ashley is a thirty year old instagram model. That until last week had a live in boyfriend she no longer does. Because because of an Apple Watch nailing says quote one day I was home and he was washing his truck outside. I saw his Apple Watch going off buzzing in buzzing and buzzing egg curious because they saw a small square that looked like a picture of a girls but in underwear so I opened it she. She discovered he'd been messaging girlfriend of several months side checks his ex and that he'd been meeting with multiple prostitutes. Joyo hello So here's my question. Let's say you're a guy listening to this right now and you have an Apple Watch okay. You have an apple what I do. Would you continue to keep it or would you get rid of it. Knowing you your private life could be exposed At any time not necessarily that you're cheating like this guy did right but it's very easy if you take your watch off and throw it on the counter and you people over that they could see things that you wouldn't necessarily want the MRIs nothing interesting. I can tell them either I at the slightest bit interesting. My wife has all my passwords. One has all my passwords and vice versa. There's nothing going on but got greg would you Do you have anything to hide. Get rid of the Apple. Watch snow I can put my phone down and put. She has my password to my phone whenever she wants right. I would think though if you're listening to this and you're like this guy and if you're if you're if you're messing around technology can get you tiger woods. You know big mistake should never an apple watch. Would've done him in. He would have been caught years earlier. No one got. I forgot how to do. The data into that goings. New Star. Liner capsule could not dock with the international space station after a software glitch caused it to launch into the wrong orbit minutes after blasting off on. Its first test flight. I was Boeings. Chance to catch up with SPACEX NASR's other commercial provider. NASA has opted to shift on how it operates instead of owning the hardware. It now hires private a bit. Companies to take over NASA has ordered Boeing and SPACEX billions of dollars to develop made in the USA solutions. NASA says that by early next year they're going to be launching American astronauts on American rockets from American soil again for the first time since the space shuttle shut down in two thousand eleven now NASA has been exploring space on its own for years. Is that a good idea to privatize our space program. or The upsides downsides and how important is it for us as humanity to continue exploring space. If you study the history of space exploration what you learn is it's not necessarily conquering occurring space. But it's all the things that we've gotten from it. Yes for example titanium was invented in the space program and now we use titanium for safety ours ars in your foot and then my golf driver and you know every everything else So I have no problem with either of the things you asked about. I have no problem with them. Privatizing privatizing it. I think that that means you get all the best ideas and you just you use the open market to to find out who has the best stuff yup and yeah I would continue to explore space because other people are going to explore it and who knows what's going on up there. There may be a whole alien life form. That's looking at US ready to take us out like in the movie movie Independence Day. We got to be ready for these guys ready. Exactly yeah the things that have been invented because of space stu- stuff you don't even think of like scratch resistant. I glass land rights or the cat scan or led lights a bunch of different kinds hypothetic shoes. All kinds of stuff has been developed. Because I think it's important to get out there. I personally think it's important that we get to Mars. Heck Yeah I wanNA meet the Martians..
"michael oher" Discussed on Mother, May I Sleep With Podcast?
"All right so we are covering for this episode. Our guest is Sammy Hunia. Who's also so our producer you mind semi everywhere on the Internet? Shook the description of this episode. I mean like you guys now how it goes at this point but anyway anyway. We're doing seven things to do before I'm thirty. I wanted to do a little Rom com moment this is filed on IMDB under comedy drama and fantasy which sounds right. It's definitely a fantasy. Sure of someone. Yeah definitely But basically weekly the IMDB. Summary says. Laurie Madison is a young woman turning thirty returns to her Colorado hometown discovers childhood list of seven things to do before she turns earns thirty and finds that she has yet to achieve any of them. So Laurie sets on a frantic and humorous quest to accomplish some before thirtieth birthday. Just three weeks away away. All right great. This is what the movie is but it so much more than that. It's this is made in two thousand tate. Do you know what movie this reminds me of like the style of it or the entire movie. Just if you were to walk away away with the vibe of like this is a lifetime version of a certain movie Oh is it thirteen going on thirty. I honestly think it's five hundred as as of summer. Go on. I'll tell you why there's this weird quirky retro style that they're trying to work in for the lead in the whole time hi most notably though her I guess. I don't know the guy who wants to love her but that she can't love knows her Favorite Song because why she sang in an elevator. The first time they met Okay so I WANNA ask you five hundred days of summer what are you you have to tell me because I figured it out. Okay and I know who y'all are stealing from where it's coming from where it's going and that's because I put in the work so oh I will say that we do you understand what I'm saying though now I think your little bit. It's very lake. This is the beginning of Manic Pixie Dream Girl Central for America League or Don Garden State. Right you're not yet hit five hundred days of summer America's a real L. Boehner for a weird girl and this girl is weird in the way that like you know it's very read it like not that kind of girl all layoffs weird where it's like. Okay it's actually not that strange to not prefer you know what some fucking basic check reads Cozma Osmo actually half the female population university. Mian right. Yeah I get that. So it's very not that Kinda girl it's very you know this is like that. It's like the Anti lifetime movie where she's not that pretty but here's the thing? The lead is fucking stunning. If anything I mean not Michelle Trachtenberg is is that Oh my God. You're so right dude. I was like screaming. I was like this is not not Michelle Trachtenberg convert. She has someone else in her face too though. And I can't figure out who it is but you're so right now that I open it Amber Benson. Yes No. I don't affiliate Amber Benson should have this movie held against her and incapacity and it does seem like she works. It seems like her work has picked up over the last two thousand eighteen eighteen two thousand nineteen calendar year. But I. I don't know I mean I don't know. I think this is just an acting role that you need to say no to someone to do it. But it's very I'm quirky I don't I don't have anything about my life together but leg. She like I it just it. was that right. Mixture surprised lifetime caught that lightning in a bottle though. Oh sure that's like that's like that's like them coming out with like shade of get out. I see yeah they they need like Doug your hooks until they can emerging like sort of John Reid that would define a generation which is the whole eternal Sunshine Manic Pixie like five hundred days of Summer Garden State. Like you name it all I see. Yeah okay so I feel like this is their version of that but again this is sort of in the vein of like I me wed or Queen sized where. It's just sort of opens up a little Bob like an overly done Like credits which reminds me very much of a very brady movie or something like that. I like sort of seventies floral. Yeah it just I. I yelled like in the first two seconds when it started. I was like no. It was not having a but at the same time it was between this and the bad twin and I still am glad you picked this good you. It was really light. It was a romp billing the league. Also there's a lot to get mad at a very bad so it's Yeah it's basically like a like a little lifetime Rom Com like movie which I find to be the the most frustrating and I feel like I want to explore that in season six maybe season. Six's knee discovering. Why these make me so angry but yeah So we're GONNA just go into this I should say that all of the title is in lower case. Yeah that for the numbers very very upset and the I. What do you think that is? Is that Tumbler culture. What is that the only the I I am as I I? I don't know I think that somebody just like forgot how titles work I don't know I think when someone goes all lower case that's a that's always as a an aggression will maybe it's because this list of hers was written when she was a kid and she didn't know so her grammar sucked yeah. Maybe that's generous Chris. I honestly feel like it's much more insidious than that I feel like this is some sort of Internet troll on us but it is only also two thousand eight. I wish I wish I knew like the exact weekend this came out. I feel like this is capitalizing on an era that I was very much the victim of okay so I will also say now initiative then came to me and I was watching this short also I was watching some people and they like just the way it's shot made me feel like it was already washes just with people I had to. But it's shot like an alternative children's program like Beakman's world. Oh yeah that's a good call and somebody else knows Beakman's world but somebody else so good yeah belly somebody somebody else said that. It looked a little bit like but I'm a cheerleader. Just the way that the the colors are especially in the beginning. I don't think I've seen but I'm a cheerleader. Anyway let's play fifteen to eighteen and just sorta let you know this is going to be fun quirky She's going to be I. Guess what we don't know yet that I didn't know when I started my notes but will we will know. Is that like. She's on some sort of blurred out background now. In the more we get to know her. The more that background will sort of come into focus and we're GONNA learn about where she's at right now but she's speaking directly to camera in her voice overs usually and There used used lake writing. The voice over was necessary to set up the movie but throughout the rest of the movie. It's used as almost an afterthought oh good which is lazy writing. I okay but like no offence. Actually no truly no offense to Duane pool fool who will see what else green Wayne Wayne will while you're looking at that. Did this movie remind the beginning being remind you of the truth about Jane starts with the video starts with Jane talking directly to camera. Yeah I guess so bird like. Here's my life wait. Let's start with the beginning like all of that shift about James like this is the last movie you know what I forgot. I totally forgot brought about that. And you're exactly right. It's such like it's the tool. It's the tool if you need to tell a fucking story and get it done in one hundred twenty seven minutes that the way you tell the story crazy okay but yeah. No dwayne is written a lot. I will say he's written wedding at Graceland. Oh big hit a hallmark. It looks like he also was a staff writer on hotel. The love boat lottery the biscuits. What the fuck is the biscuit? Would the children's cartoon okay. So yeah I mean Oh Laverne and Shirley in the army. He wrote that in the eighties. Okay so our man's been around for a while I have to say I do love the idea of Duane. Poole deciding that he's going to write his own manic pixie dream girl like his. I Dunno I guess late forties early fifties. I would assume maybe mid fifties based on the timeline. That's a move. Who Do you think Dwayne is Dan? Ear Michael Oher. Think Duan's all of them. I think it's much darker than that. I think they might be Laurie. But also but also like lawry's mom. There's a little bit of jewel in there. WHO's The I'd only I've ever had in character more than Joel? I wrote down it like halfway. Maybe a third page it. Goes you jewel a bunch. Oh my whole thing is very the explicit about Joel Skidoo our first part fifteen seconds to to eighteen. I love happy endings. Fairytale Jerry tell kind ever after I mean when I see a movie and I know that it ends with a kiss or a wedding I can sit back and enjoy all the surprises leading up to it and the thing is life isn't always like a movie. Sometimes life is only well life. You just have to live is best. You can and relax even if the group can't his name is Dan Heart. We met in high school and I knew right from the start he was going to be my personal happy. But I'm getting ahead of myself. Maybe I better start the beginning. Our Little Girl Lori stop please. Could we just stop right there. And not only because because my mom gave away a middle name that I've never really cared for. This is way too far back. We need to fast forward about thirty years braces Summer Camp Past College. Mrs Erm Clarke from Twin Falls Idaho to inform you that you've been chosen receive the reunite nine one of our many five stars..
"michael oher" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Podcast against the rules. You should subscribe new episodes available weekly on itunes of Michael first of all thank you for being on with us. I have been a big fan of yours since the first book of yours. I picked up which was money ball, and sort of change the way that I looked at things you do a great deal of that was that your big break sort of teaching baseball about baseball. I would say my big break was my first book liar's poker? Which is about my time working on Wall Street. I think that sort of set up the career I think we're moneyball fits into my career. If gave me license after that to write about anything I wanted to because it was such a departure from things I had written about. And there was miles skepticism that I should be writing about sports. And when it worked until I screw up. Anyway, I'm allowed to kind of go do what I wanna do. Well, you spend twenty years. Correct me if I'm wrong, basically writing about this thread that fascinated you which is how we value things in one way or another right? Like, you're you seem to be you seem to gravitate at every turn whether it's the blindside anything else where can I see market inefficiencies? Where can I see things others don't? And then let me play with that. That's true. Their books of mine and magazine articles of mine that don't really fit into that story there a little book about my high school baseball coach I wrote a little book about fatherhood, the undoing project the book about the two is rally psychologists, I guess that does fit into it in a way because they are explaining why we miss value things. So. Yeah. One of my great interests that I think that it's an interesting sort of near the center of world because we live in a market driven world and how markets value things. Very interesting subject. So the blindside you are writing your again gravitating toward a market inefficiencies value. How we value? Things you didn't go in thinking to write the story of Michael oher? Right. It's the prize me how good a story. There wasn't a place. I wasn't looking for a book shown to who is the dad in the blindside. Tim McGraw played him in the movie, who's the white father who adopts the black child was my school classmate from age five to eighteen and I just happened. I hadn't seen him since high school. I happened to be Memphis, and I visited him, and it is living room is this, you know, three hundred pound six foot four inch fifteen year old literate black child, you just take it in. And I started I didn't think to write a book about my childhood friend. It was bizarre that it just kind of mushroomed..
"michael oher" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.
"Visit you could try it out Colin Kaepernick, all you walk from the vodka. She doesn't know who we govern against Nassar. Who is it announced her? Yes. That's exactly. Yes. Announcer. Yup. Yup. Yup. Let's go to the sidelines. Colin Kaepernick, I mean abbey. Are you kidding me? Do you not know who call him tiny again, he's the guy who took the need for the national anthem, and they banned from the NFL. Area. I knew he was on sports before your dub s. I love you though. I have available by the way. I mean, I'm telling you to bail the ghee, Abby. This guy has more block parties than anyone of the NBA. Wrecking. You f we got it doesn't matter. What anyone else's? We got you up advancing. Okay. US options, by the way. Tim tebow? Marco Rubio, Aaron Andrew Steve Spurrier, Emmett Smith, Laura Rutledge from Michigan Montana. The last game is bracket. Michigan. You have former president Gerald Ford. Tom Brady, James Earl Jones, Lucy Liu Sanjay Gupta. Arthur Miller Charles Woodson. I mean, here's the thing about Brady. He sucked at Michigan. And now, he's the all time. I mean, he's the best quarterback thing about it. Here's the funny thing. I think the people of Michigan or wondering where was this Tom Brady when it was an aunt Auber and they've only Montana Gye Simmons or mardi morning wake boarding morning abbey. Dido that is now in Michigan should know who that is. All right. So we have Michigan advancing. Let's go to the south. All right Virginia against Gardner Webb Virginia. Tina Fey Katy Kirk Edgar Allen POE, Robert Kennedy. So we got Virginia Abby Katie Couric as you like Katie Couric, Robert Kennedy, kind of more famous Tina Fey kind of more famous growl and Puncak taking car garage on the raven was it he wrote. Yeah. Really here's on that defense with Lewis at rid. They're gonna play Gardner Webb. And they're going to beat him the next game ole miss against Oklahoma ole miss Archie manning. Eli manning Michael oher, William Faulkner, Laura's the movie the blind side, Abby. That's like a is on the blindside. Sounds like. I'll take that as as a matter of Cuyler Murray. Baker Mayfield Adrian Peterson to lithium mon- Dari nowkhah who no good deed door Nokia is sportscenter anchor. They taught he's big tub. I call them Doreen Ohkawa like a camera Cuyler Murray is the guy just decided play football over baseball is you'll be the number one pick of the draft Baker Mayfield. You know, who that is? I think he think he's cute at a Livia months. She's pretty hot. So you could pick that manning and that team to win very go Wisconsin against Oregon, Wisconsin JJ watt. Joe Russell Wilson. Charles Lindbergh, Frank Lloyd Wright, bud Seelig Joan cusak, Charles Lindbergh that a school though, dropped out. I don't know he left early to go play the pros. All right, Oregon, Phil Knight, Dan, Fouts tie Barral. Neil Everett you'll ever to sportscenter anchor. I love them. Phil Knight runs Nike abbey. Did you know that Dan? Fouts was the quarterback of one of the great offenses of all time. The chargers air coryell who do you like your Nike? So we have Phil Knight taking. On Charles, Lindbergh, Charles Lindbergh, dropped out and went to the pros early. So Abby who do you like here? I like Nike Kansas state against UC Irvine, Kansas state, Eric Stonestreet or Kirstie alley. Eric still treat, you know. Modern family, very funny. The elephant cheers. So we're gonna take Kirstie alley for Kansas state here. UCR vine, John Lovett's or Scotty Brooks. Gandhi. Once that Scott Brooks as an idiot, those aren't libraries there were his words. Scott Brooks's, a former Oklahoma City coach Kurt wizards coach, and Jon lovitz is a really old washed up bad comedian. We're gonna love it. We have Jon lovitz aweso love. It's versus kearse. The alley Abby who advances here case date. UC Irvine care St. Villanova against Saint Mary's Villanova Howie long. Toby Keith, Bradley Cooper, you should be pointing out Bradley Cooper transferred at Georgetown. He did. He he's not listen he can count if you want. But I probably wouldn't. He's not a true, wildcat, Abby doesn't matter. That's where he started for hot. All right. So Bradley Cooper. I would've went how lawn there. But okay..
"michael oher" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Four at Chicago's lakefront. I'm Vic Vaughn in the WGN. Radio newsroom, and these are the stories that matter on seven twenty WGN. Will. Yeah. All right. Welcome back everybody Nick Gilio here on seven twenty WGN and it's wild wildcard Wednesday. And. Yeah. Three one two nine eight one seven two hundred is the phone number any artists any song anything Peter indicator. Louis prima akili Smith with a black magic that his request. Hey, we're talking about thanksgiving movies in some of your traditions, if you have traditions, if you don't watch football, do you watch any movies or anything like that? And we'll get this more. I want to hear from you. It's three one two nine eight one seven two hundred for talking taxed three oh, nine coaches. We used to always have a blockbuster on Thursday night until the third football game was added. When did they add the third football game? Dan. It's been within the last five years. Okay. Three one area code says years ago for some reason W O R TV in New York used to the nineteen thirty three King Kong every thanksgiving. I like that tradition. I'm all for that. Nineteen thirty three King Kong on thanksgiving. That's cool. Yeah. Right. I remember New Year's Eve. Was always Marx brothers movies. Like when my parents would go out to a New Year's Eve party or someplace to celebrate the new year, and I was hanging out at my friend, Dan long, south not the Dan long it works here now, but my childhood friend, Dan long who lived right around the corner from me on ravens would. And I would usually go over there. Maybe spend the night and. We would just watch Marx brothers movies. I think they start. I think the Marx brothers movie started like around maybe ten o'clock at night, they would break. And maybe I think do the countdown like the New Year's countdown, and then they would continue through the night. They would just it'd be marshmallows movie. So there'd be that was New Year's tradition. Marx brothers restriction. I still think they sometimes bring it back. Like, I think sometimes does that on on New Year's. And. So that was always a I mean for me, I always would associate New Year's with Marx brothers. That's definitely from my childhood. Which is weird. I mean, I, you know, I mean, it's cool to just say, hey, we're just gonna show pushing Marx brothers movies on New Year's Eve. And there's no problem with that. Because Marx brothers movies are awesome. So. But yeah. And now, of course, we had the tradition, man. How many years has a Christmas story been on TBS TNT the twenty four hours of a Christmas story? That's that's been going on for a long time. Now that we've got to be like twenty years in maybe to that. Because it's been that's about on for a long time. It's gotta be about twenty years. It nine thousand nine hundred hundred era to combined six times between TBS TNT and ninety six hundred eight times over three days and then in ninety seven that's when they began the twenty four hour. It's twenty twenty years. It's been twenty years since for the twenty four hours. Yeah. And then I think there's another channel that does that now recently has been showing elf for at least the like a like a marathon of L. Yes stars stars nothing. But elf for for Christmas. So we're talking about thanksgiving thanksgiving movies. And and are there any that that anything any things that you do? Maybe unusually as tradition you've got mail is on this thanksgiving movie Louis here. Though, they may fall in love online Kathleen Kelly Meg Ryan. And Joe FOX town Hanks are rivals in real life on the supermarket line. Especially you've got males iconic thanksgiving grocery store scene in which Joe steps in for a cashless Kelly after she mistakenly rings up her items in cash only I'll is one that you can't miss. I don't remember. I don't remember. And I actually I've only seen you've got mail once. But I actually remember liking it. That's the weird thing. I remember thinking it wasn't that bad. But I don't remember that scene. The you, Dan. I don't think I've seen it. Okay. Well, it's hard to tell because you know, Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan made fifty three movies together. The blind side. Has a thanksgiving a connection to it? It's hard not to get choked up while watching Michael oher the homeless seventeen year old have thanksgiving dinner for the first time with two weeks. It's this moment that makes him realize. How welcome he is. I don't remember anything about that movie, except they hate it. Does he think I remember movie is that I hate it? And Sandra Bullock, did not deserve the Academy Award that year Ford, not at all. She deserved it for gravity like if they were to give it to her for gravity that would have been much more suited because she's phenomenal and gravity. But no. How about this for the little ones in your group? There's always the Winnie the Pooh thanksgiving. There's nothing like Winnie the Pooh Winnie the Pooh tale to celebrate the holiday what does he do? What are they just serve? Honey. I mean, it's just is is that it. Just to put a big jar Honey on the table and go happy thanksgiving. Is he at least we're pants does. He never wears pants and not even on thanksgiving Winnie. The Pooh wouldn't even put on a pair of pants on thanksgiving. Come on you. If you had if I didn't have to put on pants, I wouldn't put on pants. That'd be Pantelis all the time. Specially on thanksgiving that way, you don't you don't have to adjust the unbuckle your pants. You know, when you eat like fifty four pounds of food. And then you go. Loosen the belt buckle the pants. You don't have to do that. If you're already paying less. You can even eat more. All right. Well, you know what? I am changing my I'm changing my tune on this. I'm glad Winnie the Pooh was Pantelis. But again, he's just gonna eat Honey. Right. I mean. And he'll get his head stuck in the jar. And that'll be a whole there's enough drama on thanksgiving. Sitting with your drunk goals and stuff and. Then everybody starts talking about politics. And then the damn bear gets his head stuck in a bucket of Honey. Then you got call the paramedics. All right. Miracle on thirty fourth street. Sure this festive flick starring Natalie wood and Edmund Gwenn is often associated with Christmas. But the film actually opens during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade and since the Christmas season essentially starts that the day after thanksgiving. The movie really is totally on theme. Hey, you know, what movie you can watch for two to touch all holiday seasons or all holidays in the season holiday season the full holiday season trading places. Trading places starts right before thanksgiving. It ends right after new years, and it covers all covers all the holidays. And also, it's hilarious. Yeah. That's the that's the all purpose holiday movie. If you guys are looking for a movie to watch during the holiday season. That's the one because.
"michael oher" Discussed on Who Charted
"He's been enrolled in institutions the electricity between these two was palpable is the guy is still playing Robert ory is that who it was. Laker. Yeah. Michael oher, Gloria's, Robert ory. That's a different worst movie. He was just raised in a normal home. No, adoptive parents. You guys do your show downtown LA. Do you make it over the Staples? After shows and stuff. Yeah. Like, I said I like watching the Lakers. I. There is a time when we were going to a lot of clippers games when I first moved out here in the clippers were still fun to watch agent used to get us tickets to these games. And now, I feel like the Lakers are popular. I can't even get I can't get tickets through him anymore. It's tough till they stink again. That's how I got to go to a game a bunch of games through the agents and the managers. Yeah. Have those stop for you as well? Well, yeah. Because you know, what it is. It's like the same as meals with them after you're not that hungry anymore. You've been in town for a while you realize like I could just eat on my own, and I wouldn't have to talk to these guys. You know, they're They're not. not they're they're a little, you know, they're nuts and bolts. That's the agents. That's how they feel about me. And amir. They're making money. They don't need to put up with you anymore. Yeah. Exactly. How you guys feeling about? Lebron? You pro pro LeBron really. Very excited. I hated the Lakers, and I love LeBron. But now my love for Braun has trumped my hatred for the Lakers Laker fan. Wow. So Bronwyn, I think is the best. What about Lonzo? Is he going to be around? He's going to be around for now for sure, but he's kind of losing minutes to raise on Rondo Rondo ball, who's going to be around longer Rondo or Lonzo Lonzo I think he's younger Rondos on a one year deal. But LeBron loves Rondo so maybe LeBron will pick and choose his teammates. Like, he always does being diplomatic because he just like all the Lakers, or would you be a little happy? If Lonzo got traded. It depends on who we get back from..
"michael oher" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"Down the wrong side of my throat there. Oh my God. We gotta get Peter and picky you there. I'm here. Oh my God. At least once a day goes down the wrong pipe. I swear to God that Christopher Ninian talking college football. Did you know today or this weekend is the twenty-fifth anniversary of Rudy coming out in theaters? Actually, I had no clue. Where were you twenty five years ago hick? Not a thought in anyone's I we how old are you again twenty four. Oh, man. Yeah. Your parents hadn't even conceived your anything yet think about that pretty crazy. Right. All right. It's gotta be to me Rudy. Rudy is probably my number one. And I'm in a weird place Romanov Hieaux. And it's like if you if you like state you hate Notre Dame. I don't hate Notre Dame and Rudy had a lot to do with it. A lot to do with it. So I watched that. And I enjoyed that movie. And I think it's probably my number one. What are the top three football movies? I I you miss a lot of movies. Have you seen Rudy? Of course, Houston, Nathan oak Hickey. I sometimes I don't know. You didn't see Friday. It's a fair question. There's a lot of movies haven't seen. Thank you very much. So you've seen Rudy. Where's at Stanford is number one at the risks? I'm not going to sell your home or it's number two for me. What you don't want to sound like a Homer. So you're putting it at number two. Yes. Your favorite movie? I love Rudy. I think it is a great movie a lot of people love to trash Rudy. And I'll actually that's why I said I don't want to be a Homer. I was not expecting you to top thirty completely honest. Why why I talked to you just loves to trash because I'm a Notre Dame fan in general. And it's always as offsides. And that's the biggest just because they like the bus stones. And because old what does nuts got so angry about it before Joe Montana said that he hated Rudy. Cares rude. Is a great guy. That's a great story. I don't care if it's embellish. So what I don't care. It's a great story. And it's a great movie, and Sean Astin is fantastic in it. And the whole thing's great. I love the whole damn thing. So you're a lot of your favorite. It doesn't have to be the best. You're not the academy over here. You understand what I'm saying, buddy? No, I get it. And I got to my head. If I had to choose what movie to watch is my life. I think Rudy honestly be number two. Okay. What's what's number? Okay. What are one Gimmie three? And then give me one. Remember the titans and number three number Mike Friday night lights. Huge. AM one show. I haven't watched Friday night lights. What are you seeing haunt? You get on me for now you have not because there's there's certain movies. There's certain movies that I'm just not. I don't know, man. I just don't want to watch him. And that's one of them. When did Friday night lights, come out two thousand four two thousand four blindside came out in two thousand nine I swear to God. I was getting ready to watch Friday night lights in the blindside came on. Nope. Because I hate the blind side. There's certain movies that well, let me get the ship. And then I'll tell you the movies that I hate. But go ahead. What are you got? You got any? I'd say Rudy varsity blues and anything you're just saying that because I told you that during the break. She's never slept. The world has ever seen. James? Who's the godfather just driving around and John, right? Right. Who's who's the guy James Caan, son? I have seen it Scott Carr. Yes. Thank you can. And by the way, James Caan was not the godfather. He was sunny so close enough. He's killed on a causeway they've got him at a causeway they've got sunny on a causeway. Could he Google that? When I mentioned it before could shift that is both face. Look, we love we love. I never ever would take those words. No liar, buddy. I think somebody's a favor, but Pete ain't no liar. I know Pete pizza a lot of things in a liar. Okay. So you're out. All right. Peter. Let me give me yours, buddy. Go ahead. Number one. Remember, the titans sucks. Number two varsity blues great movie number three, the replacements. Not bad. That's just great your number one. I'm just like ads sucks. There's there's certain movies that everybody likes my favorite football movie of all time is Rudy. Number two is varsity blues you don't my number three is. I wanted to say I want to say north Dallas forty really bad. But I don't my number three all time favorite football movie nine thousand nine hundred eighty three Leah Thompson. Tom Cruise Craig. Nelson. Yes. All the right move inflec-. Excellent. Such a good good movie. I swear if you haven't already at people going all the right moves all the right moves. Yep. All the right moves. I. Hills or one at heights. It's either way it's the nights. And they're the ones that got all the money, and they're just the poor white trash and the other side of town. Yes, did you like we are Marshall because I liked that movie to actually did like that. Because I think for Matthew mcconaughey, as you would guess, I just I don't like let me explain to you. I don't like these other movies. All right. Remember the titans? Remember, the titans would be good. I I have a problem. You know, what I can't say that sentence? I can't say this. I don't need. I don't need a little precocious girl. Who's the assistant coaches daughter who's up in the stands at in shaping our fishy. So angry. I don't need that hade. Oh, yeah. I've been eight years old at that time you've been eight years old. We know eight year olds there's very few precocious children. Most of them are stupid. I was stupid when I was eight my sons will be stupid when they are. That's what Snoopy kids are they're stupid. So I know that going I don't need some precocious child carrying me through the movie untrendy. But that's not the the theme of the movie. See I doesn't matter desperately want. My my older son to watch the movie he has not seen it yet. He's he's telling me, he's not wasting his time that comes from me. I think it's I think the movie sends a very powerful message and not just about football. Yeah. I'm certain ways. Yeah. But he me. I think Denzel Washington's good, I don't need sunshine. I don't need them singing in the musical number in the locker room, and then every quarterback has long hair enough, sunshine. Okay. Great the blind the blindside. I think was written just to set Sandra Bullock with one liners, and I hate the movie it makes me feel even better than Michael oher hates the movie the actual Michael Moore. He yeah. I know he had a he had a little bit of an issue with it. It's all it's just all Pap one liners typical just things to get people to the whole family together on I just I hate that stuff. What about the longest yard the original one the original longest yard, pretty good. I it's not my top dumb. I top three probably not my top five. But it's still very good. You know, what movie? I hated the second. I got I got done playing high school football what the program. See I liked that movie. Let me ask you, Peter. When's the last time you've seen the program? Oh, it's been a while. Okay. Go get it and watch it again. Being a guy who now you've been in locker rooms you've you've seen it all you've seen the pros. You've seen the college. Yes, you've seen. What it is. Now, go watch a movie again because I I used to love the program the whole thing. And then it just reaches this point where I watched it in. This was I was still in high school my senior year, and I was done. And I knew I was a little older than you. When it came out the second different perspective on it. I'm telling you the moment, I stopped actually playing football go man, this movie, really sucks. The whole thing about the dad. It just didn't make any sense the girls dad and the boyfriend with the running backs and things of that nature James Caan Latimer pages face and put his head through car windows. The car window scene was actually pretty cool when he's going through the Royd rage. I've never see if that stuff happened in twenty eight teen could you imagine be big big stuff. It would be show cause penalty get the death penalty, east eastern state, whatever they are. They get the death penalty. Did they look like those uniforms? Looked a little like, Florida states. You a little they were basically Florida state, which I think I think the game scenes were filmed at Williams Brice at South Carolina, if I'm not mistaken, but you had this team that had guys on Royds guys on the booze. Cheaters guys getting paid off and MAC was getting paid before we got taken out by that guy from Iowa cheap shot at them. And so you have four big violations right there. The even Butch Davis would be appalled by that. Holy god. How about the waterboy goofy? But a good movie. No, it's funny. Water voice funny. But yeah, I I hate the I hate I hate remember the titans. I hate the blindside. I really really really hate the program. It's a lot of movies, though, that I actually like I let my my my son watch varsity blues just yet. Gotta get a little just a little maybe after the bar mitzvah next month. Maybe you there you go be a man by then. Yeah. The whipped cream scene. You know, I blow worried about that. It's hot. Thank you very much. The wonderful. Peter schwartz. Varsity blues varsity blues still holds up because there's a lot I know I pads and iphones and everybody's playing fortnight. Now. How do I put this without getting in trouble? There's a lot of places where varsity blues holds up in his realistic for high school football players still, and I think probably will condoning that's your call. But still eight five five two one two four CBS. We'll do that again top three four ship. You gotta come up with the top three top three football movies of all time that was pathetic coming up next, Kurt healing. And gonna join us lead NBA writer, managing editor NBC sports dot com. If Kevin Durant wants his respect back. He'll stay far away from LeBron James. I though it's the latest sports update with the always sensational. Peter schwartz. Sports flash. Can the American League championship series is all even? Trianon? Denver's touch third. He'll come around. Second on his way to third Mookie in with a run-scoring tunnel. Seventy four. Boston. Pets. Ballgame now is Tim never.
"michael oher" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"She's probably watching like freaking breaking and tweaking and tweaking and juuling with for all the stress jewels. Could you imagine being on a show that is so so popular like changes the landscape really speaks to the culture of the time and like not wanting to be associated with it anymore and like not wanting to talk about it in interviews like if you had been on one tree hill, and then you're like ashamed, like, how could you how dare people get too big for their britches? I will never be too big for Atlanta, Georgia. Those are my roots. I will never be too big for the university of Mississippi. I'm waiting for them to ask me to do the commencement speech. They haven't you. That is such a good like goal in life. Thank you to be like the notable alum from your university, and they actually called me the alumnae department called me two days ago and they were like looking for donation, and I said, brianna, if. You're watching. I talked to on the phone and I was like Brown, and let me tell you something right now. Like I am not in the position right now to give you money, but when I do it will be such a large donation that you name the food hall. After me, I don't want that. The ability to be named after me, I want the place where people come together and eat snacks to be named after me. The student union, the Heather McMahon, Khawla snacks, university of Mississippi has a nice ring to it doesn't the blind side. Of course. He did. Of course, I did. Did you appreciate the portrayal? Absolutely. And I know the to ease so yes, Collins is. I think she's my year and she was a Katie and I was a delta gamma. So we were like the cheerleading the lily Collins? Yes. Oh my God. How was she? She was the loveliest night. I didn't know Mike Golic personally, but everybody knew on campus. Lovely, lovely family. I thought it was amazing movie. And did the little boy s j rarely get to run onto the field. I don't remember because he was drunk and I never made into a game. Oh my God. I did make it joy game, but like in the south, like we do tail with other level, right. Not like like I'd never wear a t. shirt to a game. I would be in full mosquito. Outfit with pearls and like a full thing. Totally. So it's more about like ambiance, unlike commodity and like drinking bourbon and eating Ponente cheese. It's not about like Michael oher yet, but love him. Like at the time when it was happening like before it was a movie. Did you know of the story of Michael award? Was he a big get for the school? He was just like they do for the school. But again, like I don't even know really like how football is scored and I'm like, I don't know. It scored at all. So I just like, you know, I'm like, oh, a great. Yes. Well, wow, what an interesting factoid him. God, I, I'm sure everybody at ole miss is going to be mad that I said that that I don't know about sports, but honestly, like don't know about four new and it's like, you know a lot about the things that you know about it and you can't. You can't do everything unless you're Elon Musk, thank you. You know, like you're like, is beyond your years. You really are like, I get a really good positive energy from you. And I just feel like you're on another wave length. Thank you. I feel the same way about you. I feel like I say these like 'isms that like are very old light, old soul hundred percent. I honestly and truly like an eighty four year old Jewish lady like in this body me too with our with our cigarettes and our glasses cabs sitting somewhere in queens, just talking shit. That would be so, and I would make a funny show what's so crazy, and I'm still shocked by this is when you came on the show last time and we were talking about like.
"michael oher" Discussed on Around the NFL
"That you that you want to stump for i'd love manchester by the city yeah that would how in my favorite movie and it's in the last year so i love the this a little older but i love football all things oj related from last year both the documentary but from _e_s_p_n and the effect show love that thought the epic show was actually much better than the documentary really well only because i follow that i boldin up to a fall that day to day in the documentary was very well done but the at that show gave me stuff that i didn't perceive hurt attacked i tried to watch the clip show and i just couldn't get over be actors who are chosen to play the character yeah just didn't do it for me it was other the travolta i thought the acting like could make the was gonna get injured or looked nothing like oj simpson that was that was a little problematic but it's funny if you if you if you despise oj simpson which you have every right to don't not watch up because of oj simpson because given getting junior does not have a huge role in the show compared to to the lawrence trout than and all the other players that the tied in to that real life soap opera i'd have to throw a now the alain a for ranted to me is one of the greatest writers that i've read in not in my lifetime and i like this guy to be spelled bank their hernia part the novels read a couple the others now is one of the those are some of the best books a read into town six it and i guess revenue michael oher so i think everyone in this room would like it it sort of applies to what we do in it's kind of like oh we're pretty um us to moneyball in a weird way that very good i will throw this in i'm watching the young pope on its piano oh you know it is i feel like every once in a while you wish you could you find a show or movie you wish you were attached to in some level the production and understood how they made it i think it is one of the best shows.
"michael oher" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Actually so that's for you you know what you brought that up and terms of this because we did get a question on our email the said i before you're all palmer a mean makes why take out for a walk everyday lately she's been going out and when we start the walk she just sits down why she doing this i have to pick or up in carry her then for a while and try setting your down or blocker so away beginner to walk some things happen in that era of kind would be my first so because what got me on that as you know with but they become so then we actually become listeners for a little bit is she used to and so some things change what happened around the time that but if you kicker up and take a down the block and then sure woke what scary in that block or what stopping the motion and not block so be just sitton down i'm watching a little bit and saying what when all know trying thing becker was there dog our truck that went just i know that i keep going back to bubbles but she such an interesting yes you know it's interesting case for you to pull it up there to help my night as started i'm bringing col try los around so and they bounce my michael oher was it was a outside in a certain area she is so wound up and so holly reactive just in that area so whether take in that area are anymore yeah i'm so could've been something you money not even register with that but the dogs perception all but this happens in this area and it's scary and sometimes on the asked happened once and women never figured out his tony yeah yeah so what we do then it's we actually done for so but we take into those areas and if you carry her a block start caring hurt three quarters of a blowup and actually work backwards so instead of trying to start your front gate and so i come on let's go for walks are on i'm gonna pick you up yeah and then age dave just you know ten fate less than you weren't eventually you'll be back it got yeah went when it's go back trying nice people trying stout from the front but we one of stuff from the good and which is a block away you know.