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Support grows for Britney Spears in wake of new documentary
"Got what's going on with britney the documentary about her conservatorship premiered on friday and now miley cyrus sarah jessica parker and bette midler have all joined sarah and the campaign to show support for britney spears following the release of the documentary titled framing britney. Spears what do we care. Britney spears sets your money on fire. why do we even care. That's the point lead her. Yes i agree but it's hers that the judge in the court. They're not letting her. I don't get it gets treated worse than prisoners in jails. Let her ever money set it on fire. If she wants who
Hocus Pocus 2 Is Happening And Bette Midler And Sarah Jessica Parker Will Be Back
"IT JUST MAY BE A. Miracle Yes those exists. Looks like the original cast of hocus pocus will be returning for Disney sequel after all news broke over the weekend that Bette Midler Sarah Jessica Parker and Caffeine Jimmy will be reprising their chronic roles. As the Sanderson Sisters we've midler saying quote they want to make a movie. They've asked us if we were interested and of course all of said. Yes. I'm game I'm totally gave rumors of a hocus pocus sequel have been. Floating around for years most recently with announcement of a TV movie in two thousand seventeen without any of the original casts and thankfully it never happened. The trio of actors are also reunited for a faux documentary set to premiere this Friday titled In Search of the Sanderson Sisters, it ticketed virtual events to raise money for the New York restoration
Bette Midler spark 'Hocus Pocus' hysteria with reunion pic
"The first teaser image of the upcoming Hocus Pocus reunion peddler who played Winifred Sanderson in the beloved 1993 film is set to team up again with co star Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy. The actresses will reprise their hocus pocus roles for Midler's annual Hula Ween Fundraising gala, which will be renamed in search of the Sanderson Sisters. Hocus Pocus Hula Ween Takeover Thiss Year. That's
"midler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"What Bette Midler looks like. Right now. She totally does you put like a red wig on Benjamin Franklin and boom you was right, and they're vicious. They're totally vicious, and they are the things that they call Yes, but you can't let that drown out the amount of positive energy last night Trump when he pardon that guy that John Oh, my gosh. Yes. Yeah. Yeah, The guy that came out of jail a Christian and started helping ex con became best friends. The guy who arrested in so great Trump actually pardoning him center and the naturalisation of the of the immigrants to was incredible. Yeah, Yeah, that was really cool because it was a nice reminder. Nice. Visual of the fact that conservatives do like and support regulation done legally legally. Yeah, there's the whole point, and there's a difference between legal and illegal immigration, and we understand that definitely also understand the difference between peaceful protests and riots. That's another thing. Democrats don't seem to get the stand if they don't get it, and they have the cover of the media. You know they've had the cover of the media for the past four years, and it's been really great this week being able to see our side of the story because we never get to see our side and the American people don't get to see our side. And so they've been able to see an R and see they've been able to see Republicans the way that we really are, which is a diverse, colorful, awesome party, and they have not been able to see out for four years. You talk about the media and this is where I'll disagree with Nige. I thought Sandman was perfect. I didn't expect him to get up there and scream like Kimberly Boyle doesn't not his thing. Yeah, he talked about cancel culture. He dropped the mic by putting on the hat video.
"midler" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Divas Bette Midler decided Tio tune up her Twitter account by criticizing Ah, Mrs Trump. Saying she still can't speak English. Get the illegal alien off the stage. Yeah, you know, I mean, the thing is Bette Midler really hates Trump. She hates everything about him. And that means his wife, his kids and there are a lot of people that are like, look. Melania Trump. Maybe well spoken, articulate, you know, may have done a great job, but she's still the man's wife, and we cannot support her for staying with a guy like that. And that's the mentality of a lot of But all Bette Midler achieves is victimizing Madam First lady, which is a plus for the Trump camp. An A minus for if you're trying to convince independents But who cares what she thinks? I mean, really, who care? It's like okay, doesn't like Donald Trump. But again, Todo. It creates a victimization process, which helps the Trump campaign. Let's go to Melissa in New Jersey. Welcome the WNBC Militia. Hi. Curtis and Juliet. Hey, Melissa. So I have to say I I So Juliet you just before the commercial. You just made that comment about. Well, you know, Melania Trump's an immigrant, but she's not, You know, an immigrant from El Salvador and the right like again the immigrants in South America in Central America. I don't agree with that. Well, what I was saying was that she is she was escaping from a communist country, which has its own issues of brutality and horribleness. But we're sharing that on and we're saying how wonderful it is that she was able to be given this amazing opportunity to be in a democratic country. But yet there has been this this anger, but I see it on social media. When it comes to the people from El Salvador in some of these other brutal situations where they're escaping, literally escaping with nothing on their backs, except for just themselves, essentially in a pair of clothes. And there's this this antipathy towards these people who are trying to get asylum, You know, go back to your own country deal with yourself don't come into our country and that's the problem that I think that I that I have I'll see. I don't agree with that. I don't see that coming from the right. Like everyone just wants the people to come here. The right way. That's it. Look it! I'm a conservative. I'm young on 27. Most of my friends are immigrants. They're all different Immigration status is and like, I did you know, I go into these neighborhoods and on the only white person there, and I don't see any of these white liberals. They claim to care about these communities, and they don't Well, you know, it's interesting is the whole discussion about who she come into the country who shouldn't right now. It's pretty much mute because nobody Can travel outside the United States or come into the United States Army, the Mexico even Canada. I don't know if you saw the story that building like a small fence along the Canadian border. It's like, why are we wasting money doing that? You know how long the Canadian border is? Well, you know, because the Canadians were upset with us because Americans were sneaking way. Just need to go on the trip somewhere. By the way. Thank you for that Last caller. She was cool. She was respectful. She wasn't like I hate you. Elliot, You're an idiot. I mean, I look I like I like I like passionate discussion. But what way have like what 70 days to go to know Tabatha is at 70 are in the sixties. I think, 70. I don't think ah And then obviously we could add a few weeks afterwards. Because this is going to be thinking 69 now, 69. All right. I know you like saying that number that brings him great joy. But what do you mean? I stick with 70? Because I have some principles. Point being is. Is that her vert? I don't think the immigration issue resonates with people. Because right now look look in New York City 20% unemployment. A lot of those people are not getting employed. Do you really need any more illegal aliens in? I mean, think about that. We already have a legal aliens who were not working here. They're going to need to work because they're not going back. Right? So it's almost like okay, I get the issue. But this? No, That's not the pressing issue of time. I think it would have to say is nobody can come in because we can't even leave, right? We're not thinking we're not thinking about terrorism right now. Ah, you know, in terms of like Isis mean, who's Who's worrying about that? Right now? We're not thinking about immigration. Cause we can't go anywhere and we can't people can't come in. So yeah, I mean, the thing that we're thinking about is crime and what's happening with Corona virus? I mean, those are the two things I think that are the most salient. 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Bringing Generations Closer Together
"Welcome to kind world. I'm ESPN Amer. And I'm Andrea Swayed. So yes me mean. I don't know about you. Being in quarantine has led me to talk on the phone more than I have in a very very long time. You are not kidding. Most nights like during dinner. We just leave our phone on like we have dinner with other people and it's a really really good way to connect when we can actually see them. Yeah my friend Landry and I. We used to go to the movies once a week and now we are basically watching movies together but separately and earn apartments and then afterward we facetime each other and we talk about the movies as if we had just watched it together on the movie screen. I mean that's just what you have to do. I mean you just cannot overstate how important technology has been and keeping US connected but I do think our dependence on this has inevitably caused some people to feel left out and someone who knows that all too well is sixteen year. Old Jordan Midler Thank you all for joining us today for our next online zoom class. We have a lot in store. For every Sunday. Jordan teaches a free technology class designed specifically for seniors. It all started back when he was a middle school and his family gave his grandparents a pair of smartphones. He quickly realized they needed just a little bit of help to figure out how to use them. I spent numerous times on the phone with my grandparents and walking them through simple procedures like sending a message of phone. Call sending an email downloading APP but Jordan wanted to go beyond his grandparents. He wanted to help other people of their generation benefit from the tech tools. We have right now so he started teaching a class at a free space in his high school in New York and the class was pretty popular but when everything in the city shut down because of Cova Nineteen Jordan decided to keep teaching this time online. Today's lesson is going to be revolving around online banking. That is something that we're all in a situation that we need to us. I think it's such. It's an enormous service that he's providing. I think it's It's a credit to him and it's a credit to him that he wants to. He wants to do what he wants to do. The people like US people like me. That's Rosalyn Zueger. One of Jordan's students rosalind is originally from Ireland. But she's been in the US for more than sixty years at ninety. She lives alone but she maintains a pretty active social life. This lockdowns been really tough on her. But the skills she's learned in Jordan's class have helped her feel more comfortable using technology to connect more with family and friends. I think that made a big difference to my situation being alone ear. I'm not lonely at all and I know I can. I can zoom in to anybody. I like it any time with that. I find that I can get through today. Jacques get through the weeks Jordan. Says his class size has more than doubled. Since going online. My goal is to be able to be able to spread my classes and expanded in a way that any senior is able to assess the classes.
'Hocus Pocus 2,' 'Enchanted' sequel officially confirmed
"Hocus pocus a beloved movie I guess there really is gonna be hocus pocus to yep Adam Shankman will bring back the classic Halloween movie for a sequel it'll be at Disney plus he has directed well known films like hairspray rock of ages he did well Tom Cruise movie don't know called a walk to remember and he's going to be directing hocus pocus two and I don't know if they're gonna get we get that Midler sure have to there she's she apparently she has said she has wanted to do yeah I think it I don't think you'd be even bother doing it if you can show them that meadows Bette Midler I've never even chapels carrying the G. me and Sarah Jessica Parker I don't think I'll have any problem getting those three back
Super Soul Sexuality with Rabbi Lisa Grushcow
"Both been really drawn to Judaism. I know for me personally. So many of my artistic. Inspirations I mean not consciously but they're all Jewish like Bette midler Sandra Bernhardt Barbra streisand lake. These people have informed so much of my view of the arts. And you know there's a strong part of what they do is related to Judaism and their spirituality and same for me. My I like comedy against version was Sarah Silverman who Super Jewish. And she's not embrace it and what I love about that. Religion is how it's both faith but also like an intellectual practice and people love to be conflicted in argue and disagree and I was raised Catholic. But I've never felt that catalyst ISM was really a space to question and I just love it. You get to do that in the Jewish faith. I don't think we could have found anyone better than Rabbi Lisa Grechko. Who is our special guest today? She used the Montreal Legend would you say the rabbi well she's a Rockstar as much as a rabbi. Can Be yes she is a rabbi at Temple Emanuel Shalom here in Montreal. She is the first queer. Rabbi that I personally know. She's quite famous here for really embracing progressive views for a religious leader. I'm in her sermons or super popular like people actually go out on a Friday night. Yeah I heard about it from a friend of mine. Who'S NOT Jewish? Who was just going and really found something real there. I feel she would be a great character on sex in the city. Like the girls would go to my sermon. I mean I just think we need rabbi Grechko in our lives in many ways as possible so we had a great conversation with her about sexuality. Faith family even divorce because she she has the same sex partner but she was divorced in the past and that sounded like it was a bigger problem in her community than being a lesbian. Rabbi crush go also does a lot of interfaith works. He works with Muslim. Meteors Christian leaders and it was really important for us to go beyond the politics of the day or whatever opinion people can have about different religions and some listeners might be atheists or some people listening might be fervent believers. We wanted to go beyond that and ask the big super bowl questions through. Rabbi you really got into Lake you we got rabbi Grechko set up a new. Didn't waste a second to get into your big oprah like question what came first in Your Life God or same sex desire. I was conscious of my spirituality. Let's say and religious sense of connection before I was aware of my own sexuality and then I was a relatively late bloomer. I wasn't out 'til My mid twenty say so for a while there was a real sense of struggle. And how would navigate those things together But that was more. A challenge with institution spiritually. That piece always stage. Did you feel spiritual As a child because I felt very I relate because I did feel as before I was kind of socialized in school and the world I felt the presence of a higher power. Is that what you're referencing? I had I had You know it's interesting because that's one of the things that might be different about Judaism in some ways that were so community based in so behaviorally based so I was very connected to the Jewish community as a kid. I went to a Jewish day school. I went to synagogue on a regular basis Shabat Dinners. Were part of our family life family celebration so all of those things were part of it. Some of the deeper connection came through learning which Jewish is a very spiritual activity kind of encountering sacred texts and asking questions and I grew up. Thanks to my parents with a lot of nature. A lot of travel lot of just sense of of being connected to something bigger you know going out in the middle of the night and lying down on a blanket and watching star shower I would say for me. It only took on a deeper resonance. Actually when I was struggling with coming out and figuring out what that meant for my path towards the rabbinate that was in some ways the closest that I got to a sense of calling or a Pitney because it felt like there's this path that I'm on and it's not going to be as smooth as I thought it would be so if I'm going to be on this path that has to really matter to me. It has to really be what I feel like I should be doing. Were you looking for answers? And that moment I think it was much more a feeling of of yearning of desire of closeness and relationship. I would say a sense that there was something someone who I couldn't didn't WanNa walk away from you said that coming out brought you closer to God. Can you talk about what way it brought you closer to God? I mean if you look at the story of the Hebrew Bible though stories that you've learned as a kid for US issues. One of the central parts of that story is the story of the exodus from Egypt. And it's a story of if you if you know the Hebrew going from meets rhyme. Which is the word for Egypt? But literally means the narrow place to a place of openness and possibility and the God who speaks to Moses out of the burning Bush. It's often terribly mistranslated as I am that I am. You know that Wayne was assessed. Who are you and imagine the Ten Commandments? Among God says I am that I am but it really is. I will be and so from me. Coming out was a very It connected me to that story of leaving a place of of narrowness and constraint and having a new sense of of possibility and freedom And to me that was a very religious spiritual story which I understood in a whole different way. I'm certainly not the first to do that. And that story has been used by so many people in so many important ways but for me. It really resonated. At that time John were usual. Kid I think maybe the arts for me and like my experience of the arts was the closest that came to spirituality as a kid but other than you know just loving Bible stories. I enjoyed it in the same way that I enjoyed fairy tales. You know what I mean. I don't think I really thought that. Much about my spirituality growing up Christian for me. I wasn't necessarily ashamed of being queer or being gay but shame was definitely an undertone in what in what you're describing it doesn't sound like that was your experience. It sounds like it was quite beautiful discovery for you to lean on that same sex desire and that queen is that was within you. I think in that sense it really Revealed from a Fault. Line between institutionalized religion spirituality And you know it's it's ironic because I'm a representative of of organized religion though. I sometimes joke. That Judaism is as disorganized. Religion is one can get. We don't have a central hierarchy in line of authority. You know it's a good thing now. I think it's a good thing and the rabbi isn't with direct line to God. The rabbi is a teacher and a member of the community so there isn't a sense of of infallibility or of kind of being closer to God than anybody else I love So that's you know when we we tend to be an argumentative argument to people and it's not a dog. Matic religion by enlarge. It's much more about what you do then kind of signing onto a creed and so by and large. There's a lot of room to move in that. But I grew up in a an arm of Judaism which has changed since but then wasn't ordaining. Lgbt folks that piece became a real real faultline for me. And I did grow up with not anything that anybody said. But we're not seeing anybody who looked like me and having an old you know commentary that was on our in our pews at the synagogue which spoke about that chapter in Leviticus and same sex relationships as being. I don't remember what the language was whether it's something around depravity and paganism in that kind of thing so that I remember but it wasn't the overall messaging you said something about spirituality and religion and I think a lot of people feel spiritual but don't necessarily want to belong to a religion that's more organized or more conservative more conservative. I understand but I sometimes worry that we sell ourselves short by not looking because I think when we look were sometimes surprised by what we find you know and the fact is organized religion and institutions as much as they are like dirty. Words can do things that you can't do when you're just meeting in somebody's living room right. We can create sacred space. We can organize community together. We can be there for each other and offer things in different ways that you can't if it's more do it yourself you know and I figure religions have been asking spiritual questions for Millennia so to be able to come in and be part of that conversation right instead of feeling like you have to start from zero and make it up from you as you go along. I think is really powerful.
Jazz musician, Merv Griffin sidekick Jack Sheldon dies at 88
"Jack Sheldon was known as the wise guy who goofed around the Merv Griffin show but he also played the haunting trumpet on the song the shadow of your smile from the film the sandpiper if one the song of the year Grammy and Best Original Song Oscar he had a distinctive voice and he's probably best known for this is the yes I'm only a jobs and also starred in the nineteen sixty six and come run by the run and played the bandleader in the bed Midler film for the boys I marquees are a Lotta
Does This Happen to You?
"Hi I'm Chris Kepler and welcome to does this happen to you doing mundane things like grocery shopping. That's why this podcast features Dr Story this week is from Roy who you'll find on medium dot yeah and here is a horror show inc a review of costumes I love Squirrel knows ler and happy cloud wrangler was pathetic. Dan Mustache was basically Spanish moss applied with a preschool featured a severe crease down the middle indicating a failed attempt at topiary after learning he was actually shooting for the Cowbell guy from blue oyster cult is hair metal bands to commit such an affront to the delegate just rat whitesnake in Cinderella heard spilling from bills iphone repick see makeup tight leather presenting his best rendition of twisted mm color me amused when I heard judges thought he came as Bette Midler so where the hell have you been her cubicle looks like a campus kiosk during taxidermied badger with is that track every time I go to the can the gift shop but the realize catcher was how she topped it all off Badger not quite skunk likely bride of Frankenstein nightmare negative ten stars I always thought nate was a funny guy mention of gin in H. R. as workers congregated around the nibbles party saved get Outta here you freak look come line when no ticket back the team was sure to thank Jen for
"midler" Discussed on About Last Night
"Well. I think first of all I broke my nose three times that gay no but air go it gave me a weird strikes in phase so you know gay men flocked to that they do. They see that immediately in a room thousand they can find me so find the streisand yeah yeah. I can't hide that she used their God yeah yeah and so I had you break your nose. I've walked into a couple of glass walls. I'm like one of those. Birds don't see last was so did a great job because you cannot yeah. I had no clue really you had no. I've walked into into what are you saying that fixed it. No saying that you look great. I can't tell you there's anything that's been never leaving here. No that's bonkers screens because one of them didn't go right or you literally hit three different walls three different laws faulk walk yeah after two you go. It's me I'm staying inside. No alcohol involved either. You're welcome everybody so yeah so I I had the face but I think like early on. I was always fascinated with with gay men even growing up in Oklahoma. I remember in Oklahoma City. Every Sunday we go to the as good Jews. Would we go eat Chinese food. So we'd load up the wagon. My family would go and then this Gaijin Queen would come out the Asian Queen. Is that a rupaul drag race yeah intestines yeah no no no about that show you ever heard the term Gaijin commodity. I've never heard Asian K. Asian right well because people so you see the gauges of Oklahoma. It sounds like it should be musical yeah and he would he would come out and he would just he would love when he come out and see my family he would he would come to our table. He was like the manager of the restaurant and he would see my father and he would be like oh Dr Polaski and he was just so flamboyant and I was just an autumn. What is this and who is this? How did your family react? My family loved him. My Dad was like Oh Sean. You know you're ah you carrying a purse. Sean like that's just how it was and so I was fascinated and of course I had a crush on my first crush was on a guy who ended up actually being the first gay guy who I knew came came out on my high school and so does a big deal but I think with time I just started turn around and see that I had a lot of gay men my life and when I decided to take that step into comedy standup comedy professionally. I moved forward by I saying okay. Here's my mantra. You know I grew up watching my favorite person is ever performers. The divine the Sam Bette Midler and I said how did she get to where she got gays. How did how did job ever get to where she got gangs and looked looked at Margaret show? How did she get where she got being created but gay but you know you look at that and you're like okay? What what what do I need to do and I'm like? I need to develop a following that was it I set my eyes on that and next thing I did all right. Well well for your for. You're you're gay. Listeners follow view more than we think that are following you to this podcast. Hey gays a Brad Williams Adam ratio very gay-friendly yeah very gay friend adorable. They would like both of you. You'd be all right. I've had quite the number of game in competition you yes that it is quite the com- you're an extra little treat because you're a commodity grab bag at a birthday party exactly ugly. If you're like Oh a super bowl dwarf I could faulk same thing. I have my friend Joey. He is gay. He's a dwarf and he was a dancer at Mickey's in West. Hollywood is a plan be our friends with Joey Joey gauge war foods are using shope..
"midler" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Midler thing. I don't even think there was a year. A year of all years that people were like, please those no strict the Bette midler sex. That's the top of my priority list. Okay. So there was never a moment, but any person in human history where they're like, but what about my Bette midler sex? So she says, our reproductive rights are being erased until women have legal control over own bodies. We can't risk pregnancy. Join me by not having sex until we get our bodily atonomy Pac man, wait a minute. Hang on just a second. So your your your solution? Here is abstinence because you can't kill your baby. That's a crazy idea. That's a crazy idea. Aren't they just executing bodily control their there by not having sex? They're actually executing the thing that they say they don't have which is a ton of me over their bodies. Yes. They're saying we're not going to have sex. This other actually doing the thing. They say they don't have to prove. They don't have it. Yeah. And it's very feminist. It's very feminist to to bribe men with sex for things that you're. Eight point is really I mean give you the sex when you do it. We want. There's work for that. Yeah. It's crazy. So anyway, so if you were thinking about that meddler in your life. This is my week. I got a shot at Bette midler thought this was going to be the week. I thought this is the chance that I had her. And then here it is. No sorry. I hate to start your Monday. I will say the upside of I mean, we knew it. We don't know we could go to the supreme court. We don't know what this this law in Georgia may never save one baby's life. But at least it's doing this. It's giving the world of break from midler sex for at least..
"midler" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"House with dirty bits. Vets. Oh, gosh. Thank you. Elaine. I don't know how we got on the topic of my mother. Oh god. Yes. So far. We've got Madonna. We've got Oprah who is your son. I think Bette midler Bette midler. That's right. I'll bet midler would be a great one. Because you know, she would have some awesome stories to tell unlike Madonna, I feel like you would get like an unvarnished truth, and I could go to any, you know, Broadway production. I'm sure exactly and you could hear about all those bath house stories because you know, she performed in bath houses. So she got her start her and Barry Manilow together were performing back in the day with today's performances in back there. Okay. So now, you've got homework. There's a movie I want you to watch called. I think it's called a night at the Ritz. Oh my gosh. Evening if the night at the Ritz is that it's probably not Ryan Clark. No, it's not a night at the rim percent gay or today. That's fine me. Toby so enthusiastic about. Called the reds from nineteen seventy six. Oh, I like if you're a gay or gay Jason, and you want to know your history. Jason Jason listening. Yeah. It's called the Ritz. And it has some wonderful celebrity people. You wouldn't imagine Rita Moreno, Jack west, and these are people Jerry Stiller is in this movie. Oh my God. It's about this caper that sort of. Takes place in a gay bath house in the seventies and Rita Moreno kind of plays. This. Sort of Bette midler type who's doing, you know, I wouldn't really call her a Bette midler type, but she's performing and a bath house, and it's just a bunch of guys in bath towels in this used to be a thing. Why? You know, sadly, HIV and aids crisis where men would congregate these places, and they were oftentimes very ornate, and there were pools saunas and spas, and they would go for Neil's and watch shows and do smothers things share. But it's a great movie it slapstick comedy the roads. You've learned something. Okay. Well, you never know what you're gonna hear on mytalk one zero seven one, especially when we're filling in when we come back. Let's take a look here's New Year's Eve is just around the corner you have plans. Okay. Speaking of watching a Broadway show in a math house. We're going to tell you what we're up to for New Year's Eve, and I've got some ideas for you some last minute plans, we'll do that on the other side of this.
"midler" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"And he was crying. So it became like an iconic moment in late night TV history. And so the big argument was who would be Larry's Bette midler and petty got into a fight with somebody backstage over over whether or not he got to be Larry's bent nice. And they were saying I is Bette midler. No, I think they were fighting and they got into like a of physical stage. So we're looking for our Bette midler. We're looking for our THEO, and it could be any number of people. But anyway, the point being is that here comes free agency. And, but you know, it's MLB free agency is not like NBA free agency where everything is decided in like five minutes. It's all done in like a second gunfight bullets stop. And you're like, oh, LeBron's a Laker and Katie Chapman. Wherever it went. Wise in Toronto. Usually these things play out for a really long time. A really long the giants are interested in the laughter. Left-hander Patrick Corbin. Well, he he's listed as the number three sides Kershaw. No Machado and Harper. Yeah. Because Machado Harper's heart because her shot Kershaw take and a free. Contract as a left handwriting who will be unemployed as of October thirty one. But yeah, of course, corbin's fantastic. Would you like him? Herve course. I'd love him. But. Yeah. He was not listed as possible. You know, what is their rotation even going to look like next year? I mean, like where some Marga just in the grand scheme of things whereas Cueto in the grand scheme. Who knows I'm always out? And have they signed Holland to. I bet Holland comes back deal. I bet you anything they sign Holland for one year deal, and he did a lot of work. I mean, look the guy's not he's not Cy Young. But when they needed somebody to go out there and just simply work, and like take innings he he was able to do that. So it wouldn't shock me. I expect that almost I got two words for you, buddy. De rod. All right. Well, of course, that's your guy. Well, that's something to look forward to that. We get a Derek Rodriguez song. I mean, the Guy Tucker I saw maybe the most song where the guy who never got a song. I have a great song for D Rodham afraid Murphy's from the wrong era. True story. He does. Great t rod song. Enough. Everybody's going to be cool with it. Let's do a little traffic like it. You'd like it to Halloween Halloween Wednesday, October thirty.
"midler" Discussed on Minority Korner
"Welcome to minority coroner with an gay and James. The wonder twins, Apolo casting, learn laugh play. It's like blues clues. Only. It's more black queer and lady lies. This week on minority corner. What are we talking about? An episode? One fifty fifty. Let's all go to the movies. Let's all go to the movies. Go to the movies at home. Netflix, we? Yes, there is many a, we watch on -opoly ever after we want to give you the lowdown. I give you a review on that shit review on that sheds. And we're also doing hop culture, grad bag, a Thon, yes. From share verse Bette midler to Taylor swift. To Conway and his in the White House birds of prey. What's going on with that, but new movie that's coming out and some, you know, some people are getting all crazy about some of the casting that's been happening in it. I know in also some mess that's happening with them falsely accusing nine year olds. Sexual assault and ice Hollis. Documentaries that are, I think, must viewing for everyone to be informed about what is happening, not only in our country but globally. Yeah, is I am ready for this episode? Are you? I am so ready. My pants are on shoes on and my mom, and I'm ready to go. All right. Get your jacket on and let's head out the door. Let's do it. All hi Barry. Zayn just so much share that was much voice. Oh, baby the quarter to do. Is this like a black piece is a little black isn't see. I, I see. No, no. Okay. Got black at her soul farm Meany. I know that is he's white and Armenian. And some people would even argue that are meaning. There are an oppressive classified as therapists was the end. And he's like, I'm not way like they are. Prosecute, but people. So I need come on over to the oppression party. It's not a party. The waters, the water's warm. We're all hanging out over here. Having a good time. You know what? I'm just going to say it to be completely fair. There's a lot of oppress white people in the world tier. So the classify k. not waas. Yes. Who else. Right people that you were talking about. Like eastern Europe. Oh yeah. You know, like Kosova and. Syria, Syria, and refugees. You know, now I would agree. I would co side on that. Pull out the documents, giving my pen, assign insurance. Good. Aside until braver. I don't know if she's ever said, but you know, what is your interprets? Because I'm going to order a pizza birds. Does she be saying when she's tried to order. Domino, she doesn't know how she doesn't know house. You know what? I'm very sad since you bring clear, she has excellent Twitter that we've talked about for, but there is one tweet that I thought was amazing where it said. Every time a Birch. It's on my car. I go outside and I eat eggs. Just assume that I don't around. And I was like, wow, this is the best share tweet ever, but it turns out it was wrong. Cam, wait, someone hacked into, did someone hack into her Twitter? It was a fake share. Okay. But that does seem something dope that share would say and write. It says dope things on Twitter, unlike like she's like, I like people like share and Jane Fonda who, and I ended up Bassett who just aged so brilliantly in gracefully. Oh, my God Angeles who just aids with like in my Angelou, who aged was such like they just got more intelligent as they got older. Midler who let's tell the people tell the baby's about what that woman on, what miss with auntie, Bette midler not my auntie non mine. She was, but I-. Revoked? Yeah, I revoked the crowd surfs shoes trying to spook us because you know it's Halloween and she was a spreaded, say some spooky shit and honor of hocus pocus. Came out the gates to see she used the oak Yoko Ono quote, which was problematic back then and it's still problematic today. Is that what is it? That woman is the n. word of the world. And that is very frustrating because black women be like, but what? What does that? Where does that put me at? Yeah, what am I like times? Lay motherfucker. Forgetting about fucking intersection -ality I hate that shit. That's always I really wish people would stop trying to acquire the ply of slake black slave to anything else..
"midler" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"On FM one zero one point five AM fourteen hundred patriots Wayne State university athletics. Go warriors. All right. And we're back. David Alexander, Bullock live, but people shall we? Do it for the people. Look, I need you to help me. Get this show output to show on your Facebook page dump it in a group. Now, remember we're on Wednesday Thursday Friday, fourteen forty am also on the book, I got this OB Bs system in the restraint skin me a lot of problems. But we're going to work this out by next week. We're going to be all like by platforms at the same time with one unified chat, lower Thurs, all this is going to be good. I got my red American flag on here right landed a free home of the blit. That's why I'm wearing red shot up to Collin cabinet and Nike's. So today, we're talking about Bette midler. Let's like the lions let's be doing some great because the engineer's going crazy. Oh, wow. The lions. Wow. Wow. This time last week. We were crying. Now. The last one we're talking Bette midler. And then we'll switch gears and talk and talk Brett Cavanaugh. They're related though, because she she remembers. So she so she tweeted women are the N word of the world. Got a lot of backlash. People says she should not have called women the N word of the world. I'm saying white women. There's no way of white women could beat it and word of the world because they they white raped beaten enslave married off work like dumb animals now she talking about American women because I don't think American women are enslaved or work like dumb animals. I don't think they are did not education. I don't think they are denied inheritance enduring the pain danger of childbirth the pain is it job birth. Good though, don't we want women to have children. Don't women wanna have children. They won they won. I mean, I can't get my own. I can't give my thing it won't let me I wanted to put a happy face. Right. I mean, I I really wish some women would call don't women to hatch. I wanna have children is it can't. You'd like go to school get a at Georgia, can you work? And I don't know. I don't know. But so she sent this tweet out women at the most disrespected creatures are beginning to show by saying you can get into the conversation. One eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five began to show saying I understand that she's tweeting this in response to to break Cavanaugh be getting confirmed. She's tweeting this response to the doctor four cavenaugh controversy. But you know, I think she's I think I think I think the tweet is a bit hyperbolic, some hyperbole here also think that. For a white woman to say that women are the N word is for a white woman to try to whitewash what it means to be an were in America. Historically in America in order to be an ER you had to be black. So it's not that women are the end were black women on the N word. Okay. One two. Energy G E. Are you know, it's a social death is a civic death is a political death. You're not socially recognize not civically recognised came by property. Your rights aren't perspective, you have and no. Space in society to live out, your aspiration, or ambition. And so for me to have a privileged wealthy celebrity white woman. Kind of take this word and didn't try to appropriate for all women. I think the disrespect here is is the disrespect of what it means to be black and female and black male a white woman cannot be in. Yes, the lines. Why would you say the N word to me is now incorporated like slang anybody something they use it took for negative terms. I would I would agree. I would agree inside the black community. I think inside the black community when we use the work with each other. I'm not gonna say us a term of endearment, but you know. Is is. How people use cuss words to talk to each other. You know? And I noticed kind of compensation might be a little too personal for folks. But look, I mean, you know, how you talk to your friends. Right. Some of you. You know, you talk to your brothers and sisters. Okay. And you might use some of these words, but you're not saying, you slothful lazy socially dead. Don't have the right to be respected individual. You just saying what it's like calling somebody your dog. What's up dog calling him a canine or your your boy demeaning disrespecting them, that's internal to our community? So I don't think Bette midler is a part of our community. So I don't think she should be using this word more importantly, Elving anybody who's not black ever be in IGT ER because not to be that. You gotta I be black. Bam. I tweet debt you can't be without being black. I so bet backup bet. So then she's trying to articulate the pain that they felt around Cavanaugh. I switch gears Cavanaugh cover get to follow me on Twitter. Alexander be Facebook. David, Alex, Facebook, David Alexander. Let's talk avenue because I'm I'm conflicted. I'm conflicted on cavenaugh, really. I'm very conflicted on the one hand. I feel like the whole process was like. Perverted perverse political theater. On one side of things that the testimony of Dr forward she had been given. More support more investigation for the FBI to finally investigate. For that investigation to happen. And be. Constraint circumscribed by the White House. You know for the white Anglo Saxon Protestants the yield buddies. The old white male senators to circle the wagons and somehow Taco Bell Brett cavenaugh as a victim. Right. You know, I it was that was a little sickening for me at the same time. The evidence never really super materialized. Should I left question marks? So in America's like you innocent until proven guilty as somebody say you raped them. And they don't have no evidence, you you can in America, you, you know. You gotta let that go. So we're seeing kind of our system in in process. I don't think Kavanagh's Naza victim. I think he's a privileged white male who has been privileged all his life. I see victims in Detroit all the time that don't get the kind of love and support that he got from their own off from American society, a hell of a thing to be a white, man. I'm telling you, rich and go to Yale and work in government and being Ken Starr's office and just kind of give support. So I mean, that's just a hell of a thing. You know? Any time again evidence did materialized it was a lot of innuendo. Okay. And while the court of public opinion has its rules. You know, the real court has its rules to this whole controversy is very. Unsatisfied for me has brick Cavanaugh unsatisfied. Now, you know, he's fifty one fifty two fifty three. He's on the court there still may be investigations there still may be fallout from this. But now he's on the court. Now, this guy is is like an antiabortion gas. So it's gonna be interesting. I think she just spoke too fast. I don't feel disrespected the okay? That's what's up. I don't think a lot of what's funny about not. I wanna flip flip flop to Bette midler. But I think it was funny is why people actually get disrespected by stuff that they think black people should in black people really don't be disrespected at all. And then the stuff that disrespects is nobody cares about. But that's just that's his hoc- in this kind of like that white liberal progressive stuff. Now this cavenaugh situation. I I really want to see what people think about this. Because on the one hand he's going to be on the supreme court. He's an antiabortion guy. He may be the swing vote on overturning Roe versus Wade. He's a conservative guy. Where's he going to stand on civil rights legislation? Where's he going to stand on the continued attack against the Voting Rights Act? I mean, there's so many many what if what kind of Justice is he gonna be he's he's conservative. Right. That's up here. No, that's way, up in the clouds. If we bring it down to the ground we had to say a couple of things. Disappearing in court as important as it is just really doesn't affect my everyday life. I was you know, I don't know about should be saying stuff like this. But it's the truth by one Clarence Thomas got on the court. How did that affect my life or the life of people who live in Michigan? Or Georgia Kavanagh's on the court did Democrats are using cavenaugh to fundraise. The Democrats are using cavenaugh to try to stir up debate is a doomsday prophesy. The end of the world is not Donald Trump is president. Make sure you got your canned goods stored up in your basement because Jesus is coming back soon. I understand I understand all the doomsday stuff. But the truth is is that when Obama was president. He went to Flint, and he told them to drink the water. Trump is president. He's been the Flint and the pipes of steel not fixed. I'm saying Obama president lead in Flint water, Trump president it in Flint water, cavenaugh not on the court lay. It in Flint water, Cavanaugh, Nicole, leeann and Flint water. So I mean, kind of we know where I'm standing where I'm saying. Do you know, what is the tangible political fallout of this whole brick Cavanaugh controversy, if you not in congress, if if you not a Democratic Party boss, if you not a super union official, right? If you if you're not a Democratic Party or Republican party farm razor, you know, if you're not a part of that system was to fall out. How many of you have seen things radically change on your street after an election? You have not. So I'm not saying don't vote. That's not what I'm saying. Okay. But what I'm saying is let's stop acting like the supreme court changes lives. It doesn't. Okay. Now, we could give a whole historical historical. We have a historical conversation about this laws change, but they had to enforce the supreme court. You know was a part of the overturning Plessey, Ferguson right schools are not supposed to be separate and equal anymore. Right. But the desegregation of public education has never fully have Brown versus board of education. Nineteen fifty four to Pika Kansas never fully fulfilled and ASA gray supreme court landmark case, I think the lawyers and the the commentators, I think the the PR people, I think the folks that make their money fundraising for political parties, I think the Democrats and the Republicans the corporate Kratz, the plutocrats all of the Kratz our crap, you know, and and I think we've been, you know, turning our TV on had to watch this power play this drama in between people who could care less about any of us. Right. Because see where I'm standing insurance is high right where I'm standing. There is no follow biz. I know. That's right, fellas. That's what I'm saying. It's business as usual. The insurance is still high. There's lead and DPS sidewalks who broke. Black black folks and not getting contracts to work all roads in Michigan. On and on and on and on. Right. So now, let's talk about decaf conversation. We had a conversation. It's like man, you know, people that have you thinking, you should drop. Stop dropping roll, you know, and go to DC a hold up. Hold up a sign saying, stop cavenaugh. But I'd say there's some actually issues that a way more important. Very important. If you just tuned in you're listening to the people show, David Alexander bullet live, we come to you, man. Fourteen hundred AM you can listen to this thing anywhere in the world. By hitting the link. Yeah. You hit the link listen anywhere in the world. Also did the new improved website? It'd be up or you can watch online on the Facebook. And it we'll take this and put some little clips on we're talking. We started this show talking about Bette midler in the end were now we're talking about the fallout from cavenaugh he's on a supreme court. He's very conservative. He seems to potentially be antiabortion guy. And so people want to have all these public policy conversations about Donald Trump about Jeff Sessions. About brick cavern about my pants and don't get me wrong in Michigan. We got all white female ticket in Washington. We got a predominantly all white male dominated administration, you know, black folks that don't really matter. I mean, there's no black story or MSNBC, no Blackstone CNN. Nobody getting a black perspective of by any of this stuff. You know, the glory days of eight years of power as time that he she coast talks about what Barack Obama seemed to be over while. In the meantime, we between town we got some really really important issues violence in the community..
"midler" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Out the clock. Down. Get down. Alright. Alright. Alright. Alright. Alright. Alright. Alright. Hey. Oh, I we're doing it. We're doing it live. Come on in come on in on the Facebook. We got it. We got a set up for you today. Great show in store today. I want to talk about Bette midler. I wanna talk about. What's his name, man? The new supreme court Justice Brett cavenaugh wanna talk about B K and B M Brett midler Brett cavenaugh and just generally kind of the state of affairs in the country. This week has been a very interesting week. Locally as well as nationally. If you missed it, Lachlon McDonald. The case against the cop was settled there. I think he was charged with second degree murder in that case. If you don't remember the Kwame McDonald incident, it was in Chicago where Chicago police officer shot a sixteen year row seventeen times. And man, you know, the nation was shocked as a part of the longer compensation. About police brutality police misconduct, and and those kinds of things, but. Yes. So so that happened this week also happening this week? There was a lot of controversy. Around, you know, Brett Cavanaugh being confirmed FBI investigation now. So sure exactly what the FBI investigated at all good afternoon. Everybody. And so that happened is we if you're in Detroit, you think about the lions that they lost last week. You know, there's a sports show that happens on the patriot after this show, and let me get get a little bit of that patriot in there. And you could be a part of that desk sports conversation. But the lions lost last week in Dallas looks like they're gonna do well today. And and so all right there, we go in if and if you're tuning in Facebook, you can you can hear the engine he's he's gonna definitely make sure we're we're locked. And look I want you guys to join the show on Facebook joined the show on on on Twitter and halo halo. My brother is is. Good too. Good to see you. Good afternoon. Everybody. Of course, we're broadcasting live from the patriot Detroit WD, you can listen at patriotdetroit dot com. You can listen on Facebook. David Alexander, bullet dot com to people show dot com. Also, you can call in and be a part of the conversation. And we're here for the whole hour is great. You know, Sundays. I'm settling in Sundays. And i'm. I like a lot higher feels Bette midler. We gotta talk Bette midler. Let me pull this up. All right. I love when you have. I got the computer right here. Bette midler is clueless. White lady of the world. All right killer. Mike accepts Bette midler apology after racist tweet. Okay. I show. Here we go. Let's see if we can get. Yeah. Bet Miller apologizes after her tweet causes backlash. Bette midler tweets. Women are the Nukus. Can I say that the Nukus of America? Yeah. Women on a Nukus of America. Now what what was the whole thing? I want to pull the whole tweet up bet Miller sorry for deleted tweets calling. Women in were. All right. So here we go Bette midler Bette midler and to share this show because you know, I used the N word sometimes myself, and if you saw if you saw the video when I was a cop put his hands on me in front of my church. I was I was very unfiltered. But I was clear, you know, I was good afternoon April. I was like know y'all somebody scare this negroes. I've ever seen in my life. And so then the news is like Reverend David Bullock activists and local pastor and Highland Park from reality TV fame, and has used the the a racial slur. He used the N word now black folks buried the N word. A couple of years ago. But I want to have a conversation about the N word because I'm not so sure Bette midler should be getting backlash. Now, I definitely got some things that I want to say about who should use. How should be used? But I want to say tonight on the show people use the N word all the time, particularly black people, and we use it for a reason, you know. We're we're there's a there. There are different ways. Spelling using utilizing the N word you got in IGGI, right NWEA. Good afternoon. Phyllis Ojeda G g a so we I mean, so I mean rappers use it all the time. You got in I g h. Jig for all my I'm just saying. So then you got energy ER Randall Kennedy wrote a great book called. G G R. I remember I was at a high school on the suburbs. And I was trying to do a lecture on the different permutations of the N word and how they don't all being the same thing. It is a term of endearment in some communities. I haven't met a successful rapper to hasn't used the end were yet. And black people use it all the time. Black people use all the time. You know? So it's amazing to me like when when people are saying in the back seat of a police car. Everybody was like, oh, I can't believe David Bulat use the N word. I use it all the time. Then using it. You know, I grew up on all the music. I listen to high school from a MGD NWEA man, everybody even even tribe called quest those people use, and then if you go to church, they used the word negro, so let me just establish the today show. If this offends you please be offended, please. But just stay tuned. Whatever you to be offended and watch shared his show. We use the word all the time. In the black community. Now, I don't think white people should use the N word McKay. Will why we'll because when white people use it is tied to a particular different history. Okay. To history slavery history. Segregation degradation. White folks don't need to use the N word. They got a whole bunch worse. They can use brother sister, Mr., sir. Hello. Your last name your first name. But as far as like the black community at the end of the day is not going anywhere. We're using it. We've been using it, you know, and it has certain per mutations. Can I can I get deeper certain permutations that we use? And we know what we say in part to number two. So number one, we use the word all the time number two. There's a difference between as Chris rock has so many times being black and being a mid grow. Right. We know that right. It's a difference. A me. Like when I was in the back seat amok like so let me just let me go slower because I'm going fast. We've had this dialogue man since at eight eighteen eighteen what's Booker T Booker T Washington died in one thousand nine fifteen he when he died, Marcus Garvey, call him an old negro versus the new negro you had the old negro versus the new negro movement negroes were radical revolutionary want to self-determination old negroes were accommodate accommodation. This is just one of the bad on an easy lapdogs to white supremacy and white power. Okay. There's always been this concept of, you know, whether it's negro with a lower case in or negro with a big in. And. Are know when black folks use it. We're saying something, right? And you know, some folks is black some folks African American. Some folks Nukus, right and. Look is helpful like all right. So now, I just wanted to get that up because we can't have a conversation above Bette midler using end were until we're honest about the fact that black people use, and we're all the time. And that we know exactly what we say. When we say it in have you disagree? That's fine. The phone number's eight hundred nine two three one eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five. David alexander. Bullock, live the people show broadcasting lot from WD TK. We do if one hour four pm to five pm. We'll talk about Bette midler. Okay. Yeah. So I see you Dobie a see you in the queue did us. Good. Thank you. A C. You w we go to get you because I wanted to establish those two things black people use it all the time not going anywhere, despite the fact NWPP buried it rappers are famous as sale records because they use it. And in some really significant sense. There is a way to talk about different kinds of black folks by saying, hey, where you are in a you black African American you UCLA out, and you this we have all these categories now that being said, let's be clear Bette midler should not have used the N word in the tweet. Because what she did is she really tried to whitewash would admit to be in Agha. I'll white women going to be the ends of the world will wipe white women the ends of the world, and what a black folks, I'm a comeback. Let's call it. A phone lines Dobie is on the line. I was supposed to be at a press this post Buick work. Uh-huh. Is he on? Do I have the hit it? One more time. Did I.
"midler" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"Boy, I think they're a little more than boy witches. You told Louis everything. This house used to be owned by another Warlock. He's very very powerful. He left a clock in the walls. We don't know what it does accept something. Horrible. Well, I see some names in this movie. First of all it's gonna suffer from title. That's too long. Jack black as as the as the ankle who's taking care of his nephews parents died in a car crash takes place in the fifties. And Cate Blanchett's in it as well as sort of their next door neighbor comic Lachlan's in there. At a point. It's essentially a a Halloween issue kind of movies. But for kids, I mean, it's not, you know, it's not intense. It's not overly scary sorta like hocus pocus if you remember that movie from twenty five years ago, I with Bette midler, and and started Jessica Parker. This is it's a neat. Little of story. This misfit kid trying to find his place and becoming a bit of a Warlock himself. The most interesting part I found about it as directed by LA. Roth who is best known for doing like hostile in the green inferno. These really extreme violent almost a disturbing horror movies, but he's adapting a book to this. So he's working with someone else's source material, which means he didn't write it, which means it has a better story and characters and because he loves horror and Halloween so much. He adds all those elements to kinda works as a kids movie. Not perfect. It has some predictability, and and and such but I took my. Ten year old son and he loved it. It was actually a lot of fun. Oh, so I think this is going to have some influence on which movie you pick. All right. So we got three movies out this week. You got Michael Moore's Fahrenheit eleven nine life itself, which somehow you survived and the house with the clock in its walls. If you had only enough money for one movie this week, Kevin car what you're gonna pick. Well, we're less than two months from now I'm going to have to pick the house with the clock, and it's very good. Kevin car. Always pleasure to talk with you. You can learn more about Kevin and see the picks at fat.
"midler" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"And Matt, Bomer and and Andrew rannells and I'm just really excited and then Bette midler quintals in. That Quinto Senate as well and then we're staying right, in time square were saying we're that. Hotel right in Times Square and then tomorrow we're seeing, that midler and Hello Dolly which that I know and our, big our grand poobah boss Dan. Seaman who may be listening he told me his wife cried during that show because it was so I, will probably cry because I I loved Bette midler I, always loved Bette midler. Second I love this. Show I was in. It I was in Hello Dolly I was in the matchmaker. That nonmusical version and it's just like a dream and have never been to a bra I've never gone, to a proper Broadway show other than the shows here, so this is the. Perfect timing too because. How long will she, be So this is the perfect timing not law not long I think it's only she's only doing this for two. More months so that's why we jumped on the ticket so yeah so. I'm just I'm really really excited and, I just want to get there I? Just want to get there. And, not have to drink ginger ale at thirty seven thousand feet. So but I have a. Feeling I'm going to have to hey we in the hour with some music. Lacks rumor has it taste test, for a, taste test. Zane formerly of one direction yeah he has a new song out. And it's called too much he's teaming up. With, timberlands, he's famous for working with, Justin Timberlake while he just his feet period recognizable I've. Got a little taste here see what you guys think here's zan's too much Thanks Mid. Tempo What are you seeing.
"midler" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Then. Bette midler rituals in that too Zachary Quinto Senate as well and then we're, staying right in Times Square were saying that hotel right in, Times Square and then tomorrow we're. Seeing Bette midler and Hello Dolly which that I know in our big our grand poobah boss Dan seaman, who is maybe listening he told me his wife cried, during that show because. It was. So I will probably cry. Because I I love Bette midler I always loved Bette midler second I love. This show I was I was in, Hello Dolly I was in the matchmaker the nonmusical version and it's. Just like a dream and I've never, been to a bribe never gone to a proper Broadway show other than the shows, here so this is the perfect timing too because how long will she be Rawle so this is the perfect time not law ya not long. She's only doing this for two more, months so that's why we jumped on the ticket so yeah so. I'm just I'm really really excited and, I just want to get there I just wanted to. Get, there and not have to drink ginger ale at thirty seven. Thousand feet so but I. Have a feeling I'm going to have to our with some music lex rumor has it. Taste test for a taste test Zane formerly of one direction. Yeah he has a new song out and. It's called too much he's teaming up with. Timberlands, he'll, he's famous for working with, Justin Timberlake while he beats are very recognizable there I've got a little taste here see what you guys think here's zan's too. Much Mid tempo yeah And I'm like what? Are you? Saying Yeah.
"midler" Discussed on Black Men Can't Jump
"But it's like like really, like you're saying and we, we don't need it at all. Bette midler. We don't need an anyway. Do you think that midler was gonna start at her in the lounge, and it would work perfectly. No, I don't think you need it. I don't think it would have been winning been in them have been in there at all, which is crazy to think about. Because you want to need, you would've needed to. Yeah. Why. How that could come up in another thing like she can talk when Bill nuns putting common. She's like, no, I hate God like the Catholics, whatever, anyway, so that. So yeah, the next scene because it has her like being she's being sassy and making jokes and like, you know, I guess it showing that she likes music because she's, you know, she writes on the board like the apostle Princeton, all references. Beatles. Elvis. Okay. You know, people like you grow up as then cut to her as a lounge singer, which is like, what? Nobody there, nobody there. So yeah, nobody the people who are there are not really paying attention. She's kind of like she's just getting pissed off at the people looking at are seen as so funny. Jenifer Lewis is so funny in it. All of the mall. Grandma libs during the song were killing me. I one point she says something like you guys aren't even listening, right? Yeah, she does. At the very end doesn't matter what I say to you. It doesn't matter what I say. So I mean that thing my goodness, I, it's so funny because, okay. I'm not shading this movie. I'm not saying this movie saying, even at opening just kept. It's it's so much movie was like, oh, yeah, what I realized though, to be honest, I realize how much. The sequel can is a rehash of the same movie just instead, I mean, certain things at different stars off. She's still back as singer, like instead of a from people like the the nuns come in and my mind. I was like, I I like. like the nuns just randomly show up. I just kept being, but because they shouldn't be there. Because in the second one, her show is or as a nun. And I'm like, oh, you know, way more fun. Whereas this one, you know what it is, this one even know what a ninety, two ninety, three visually look so different that this one I thought at one point was the eighties because it just looked so visually Granier owed her hair was even more bigger in the second one. So polished and clean and pretty. That looks like they had more money. They have more money to. Okay. I was just like, oh yeah, this is a noticeable difference of what's happening. So then. Basically, we see that she's dating Harvey. Yeah. And who is the scariest man alive? She's still living. Here's a matter he. Yeah, he, he's still he's still alive. He's still tell terrified. It's funny. 'cause like like I just, I just thought it was so funny that there they were a couple. They just don't seem like the Big Apple makes. No, like there's no like. I was like no real sexual chemistry between them at all. Like it was just as a weird setup of she of. No, I love you. Baby. Did you tell your wife? You know, he's like. She was a Middle East going to, like, you know, gave her, he gave her his wife's coat, which is honestly, one of the funniest things I was like, that's the shadiest thing person possibly do. Her name is on the coat on it. That coats doesn't even cares that coats. He was a perfect example of how would be Gobert make something like kind of not that interesting into something like really funny like shoes, like looking at the Cote, like I mean, a different type of woman, but she's smiling the whole time like a dip. Wouldn't accept this code, you know, but let me just let me just put it on this coat. Her name. I loved all of this. I mean just didn't because like Jon said, we don't focus on her race, which I think is kinda cool. We just focused on her being allowance end a dangerous. She's kind of in the leave, the guy. Harvey. Harvey cuts l. kill someone. It's interesting because I think about everything would be has done. You know what I mean? Like Whoopi is like she's got. Got..
Oscar Isaac, Khloe Grace and Nick Kroll discussed on Mark Belling
"Oscar isaac insure lease thereon will lead the addams family in an upcoming animated film the film will show how the new more tissue and gomez madden started their family the rest of the cast includes khloe grace is wednesday thin wolf part is pugsley nick kroll as uncle fester and bette midler as grand mamma set for release in october twenty nineteen star wars actress kelly marie tran is done with social media after allegedly dealing with months of harassment she removed all posts on instagram after reportedly receiving numerous sexist and racist comments that began after she started in two thousand sixteen star wars the last jedi i imagine the a new book about the creation of the song the album and the film imagine set to arrive this fall simply titled imagine the over three hundred page hardcover book will be released on october ninth which would have been john lennon seventy eighth birthday according to yoko ono the book tells the story heard her late husband's life working relationship during the time the classic album was being written and recorded with each chapter and song introduced with text by john and yoko leonard skinner don mailing the remaining dates for the band's last of the street survivors farewell toward the second leg of the trek set to get underway september twenty second in las vegas and stop in nineteen cities that's entertainment jenner.
"midler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"She got what you deserved stop making this about the right left thing as a human being as adult midler on our show here with the middle we're the ones who have common sense when everybody else is screaming and hiding behind their brand of red and blue we stand up ago go you know what we got this because we're the only ones that sane in this she got what she deserved she did she got what she deserved it wasn't a good thing she did it was stupid it was asinine and even trying to be funny which a lot of times in tweets and in wrote in written words the i it just it's just bad it is she got what she deserved how do you feel about the poll question up at chadbensonshow is your twitter you can text the program three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three three two three five three eight twenty four twenty three somebody's tweeted it would be fair that the vile be michelle wolf would be fired too then what does she said she said some horrible things i'm not gonna lie to you there she is said some horrible things about the likes of particularly sarah huckabee sanders she said some horrible things but you're looking for a reason to justify you what you want is an eye for an eye i don't watch anything to show off does i don't go if she's in town to comedy i'm not gonna go see it i don't find it to be funny at all that's how i vote people like well the right really needs rally together and figure out things on how to put this thing into perspective and can figure out what we can do to do to hold people accountable if you have to hold your side and there shouldn't be sides in this this should be right or wrong that should be the sides that should be the only side in this she did something stupid she tweeted out something vile she paid the price for it i don't know valerie jarrett i don't care what side of the aisle you're on i don't care if you work for obama or clinton or anybody what she did was wrong and there are people out there that go will you know i don't think she should be fired for that because i.
"midler" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Very that midler sang it you wouldn't be surprised you know rudy vallee sound you know thing lazing on a sunday afternoon we roy brown songs i know i don't know of you but different time maybe your mind may have been closed off to that type of reality i don't know i am worried about this thing though man because there have been so many false starts with it that's what worries me there's red flags all over the place a re replaced some cast members while sasha baron cohen the guy who plays borat yes and bruno and all that he was supposed to play freddie mercury he backed out of it and his reason for backing out of it is one of the reasons why i'm nervous about this movie coming out because he said one the movie in the movie freddie mercury dies halfway through so like the second half of the movie is all about how the band queen soldier on after he died nobody cared about queen after after framer know very few people who cared and and they're still touring i mean they're still out there the surviving but that's not the story adam lambert is singing for them he's pretty flamboyant but he's not freddie mercury and you're right mean led zeppelin without robert plant the who without roger dodger he just doesn't work it doesn't now until who why would that even be a part of the story and maybe it's not maybe they changed rewritten it several times so yes the other part was that against sasha baron cohen at least it said what was his last year a couple years ago anyway during an interview he had said they also were kind of overlooking some of the debauchery sort of making a pg version of freddie mercury guy like him doesn't doesn't really want to buy into that well the guy who plays freddie mercury has got that over by down man.
"midler" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"To hell with rosie and with back and with chelsea handler and to the people who like their tweets you many retweets bette midler got sixty three thousand nominee re tweets chelsea handler got thirty thousand six hundred i'm sorry well well likes i should say they got life didn't get the retreats like sixty thousand for bette midler thirty thousand six hundred for chelsea handler you don't even understand the subject i'm telling you both of you bet and shell and chelsea handler you're just dumb i mean i make it a policy not to use the words dumb and stupid on the show ladies you're just dumb you don't even understand what's going on around you you're the same people who knew about harvey weinstein and said nothing so don't somehow tell us it's wrong to recognize jerusalem as the capital what which keep lying to ourselves like you did every time harvey took a young ingenue to have a meeting in his hotel room he just turned around and walk the other way instead of just give more deal for could just get one more deal that's what you did that's what your type did and now you're gonna lecture the us you're too dumb to be on twitter you should have your keyboards taken away you know the worst part of this i know him angry about it i know i'm angry about it i over the past couple of days man i have been on a tear i have been on a tear on this subject and i noticed it in my in my in my speech i am i talk i i'm i'm going over it and and the truth is i'm disgusted i am sickened by what i'm seeing it is as it's not offensive because of my religion and it's not offensive because it's israel it is beyond me sickening because we clearly know the difference between right or wrong and here you have a willing group of people desperate to lie that midler knows the difference between right and wrong and she's willing to lie chelsea handler should know the difference between right and wrong and she's willing to lie her hate of trump is so real and so focused that she is unable to see the rest chelsea hammer doesn't know that what she said is so disgusting and dumb people should be embarrassed for her.
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"Saudi arabians sports officials apologizing after images of scantily clad women appeared on big screens during world wrestling event held in the kingdom last night the broadcast of the greatest royal rumble was cut off for a few moments is the images played the saudis saying shots of at least one woman were indecent paul stevens fox news radio hold the low to mid seventies wrapping up this afternoon approaching should bring it a few showers making rumble of thunder and there's a chance for some rain early in the evening breaks in the clouds overnight the low forty two cooler tomorrow partly cloudy with a high of fifty seven sunny warmer monday with a high in the upper sixties on jeff marr from the weather channel for talkradio six eighty wcbs one this is not with this little story for you mickey mantles nineteen fifty to good condition baseball card sold for are you ready two point eight million mom thanks for throwing my baseball cards away in july bette midler returns to broadway and hello dolly bano has been presented.
Bette Midler will return to Hello, Dolly! on Broadway
"Fox news said midler is returning to the tony award winning revival of hello dolly on broadway miller left the shell midler rather left the show in january but she'll return in late july for a six week run that will close the production in august midler is not coming back emptyhanded she's also lured previous costars david hyde pierce and gavin creel to return as well i'm jack callaghan fox news radio no word in the english language is less convincing than probably are you sure we should get matching tattoos on our first date.
"midler" Discussed on Talk Is Jericho
"Yeah part of it right but that that's always you hear that about people that kind of had that depression that they're also really funny you know robin williams thing chris cornell those typically is is well it's kind of the the some bipolar yeah the escape mechanism to be really funny you know you can see that because if you ever seen nirvana live at the reading festival in england are listening to dress well even better he so it's big wheelchair yeah it comes out in a wheelchair they're headlining he comes into wheelchair wearing address in a bigwig and this guy he's trying his best you know he's he's trying his best and he gets up out of the out of the wheelchair and he starts singing the rose like by bette midler you know if it really ought to tune as a and then he falls down on his back this sixty thousand people the headliners and then he wanders over his guitar plugs in they start playing breed while he's wearing his wig in and the and the the frock and he's got this one dude on stage like the three of them this one dancing out of control the whole sauna bitchy he was just keep dancing don't stop and it's really weird and funny it's really funny i couldn't imagine being there like they're the headliner if i'm a fan it's like here they come there they're gonna rock this place comes out and does that mean what the hell is.