18 Burst results for "Milla. She"

Injured 'Resident Evil' stuntwoman drops lawsuit after losing arm on set

BBC World Service

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Injured 'Resident Evil' stuntwoman drops lawsuit after losing arm on set

"Woman who lost her arm in a motorcycle accident while filming the Hollywood movie resident evil the final chapter has dropped her lawsuit against the movies produces livia Jackson was working as actress Milla Jovovich is stunning double in twenty fifteen when she suffered alleged life changing injuries after an action scene went wrong legal documents filed in a Los Angeles court now revealed that ms Jackson has a bandage that claim for unspecified damages

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"milla. she" Discussed on The Friend Zone

The Friend Zone

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"milla. she" Discussed on The Friend Zone

"She was ultra violet tumor. She was a resume evil. She was all these different power. But right. Milla Jovovich was she had a little historian range. I watched that love sex and robots. Oh, did you. How many did you want NAT too many because one and I was like. It's real. Okay. Graphic to watch too short of but they graphic. Episode episode, I don't know the titles obviously. But it was one you saw actually most of them some stressing what you like the girl witness a guy killing someone in the Bill the loop. Happened on living single. And then the one where the girl like frights, did you, did you make it through the whole thing? That's made me stop that ending. I was like, no, no. It is very car to this is animated, the different variations of animations so like some of them are, like, you know, your basic like to, to some of them are like cell shading like different types of this, that we're speaking of air talking. Episode is different. Each episode is completely different, but they're different variations or different animations. So some of them were real like, why do they call it sex love and robots because those things for some of them are more like futuristic beam? So, like, will most I think they all were, but no sex death in robots. That's what I call in nobody. It looked lessening mile probability, and likelihood to. Oh, yes. Absolutely. The thing is those hearts or whatever. I used to say that too. That's why I was like it is sex. Levin wrote. Because it seems like it would be six love and robots..

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"milla. she" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

In Defense of Plants Podcast

02:45 min | 1 year ago

"milla. she" Discussed on In Defense of Plants Podcast

"Cool annual monkey flowers out there in you only know Milla syringes, what is a monkey flower. Where do they sit taxing omically are they related to other kinds of plants? How would you define them shirts to there in his family called frame AC, and they're kind they used to be treated in the fig work family, which is scrap. Hilarity see on some work was done. You know, looking at visionary relationships which showed oh, no, they're not scrupules at all. They're actually reclose related to this weird thing called frame ah. Which is a monetary pick species just end it was just kind of off on its own little place in the family tree of Layla lease related like order, Tempus mints. And so there there's only about two hundred species monkey power in the world. They occur worldwide. They're primarily in North America. Western North American. So they're a group of importance in California and western states, but they also occur in South America in Asia in Australia in Africa. They don't occur in Europe naturally there. Although there some introduced species there, and they are closely related to things like the broom rate family reclose related to the plan. Tagedy see which has things like Princeton. In all kinds of other extraordinary scenes. And so they're in this world of the order Lanee lease, which is a pretty big order that has lots of diverse lineages, but they have, you know, flowers with by level cemetry, they have opposite leaves, which is sort of broadly leniently characteristics. And yet they are quite a special group of plants because they're also highly studied in so people mostly studied this group that includes the seat monkey flower that's form name n-i-l-l-a-s Katina's and relatives as there's a lot of information about them ecological genetic information of, but there's so many rare ones for which there is very little information or they've been very little studied. So there's lots of opportunities for research in the family to on in terms of that. I mean, how do you go from a group that especially in? California's this diverse in has gotten a lot of attention where did you start to kind of carve your niche out of this? What really? Kind of caught your attention in terms of research interests early on at least. So I wanted to do a project that incorporated some aspect of conservation biology and initially was going to do a project that focused on population genetics in wanted to do population genetics of some of the rare lucky flowers, specifically, Kelso creek. Monkey flower navy couple of other species, it's related to and men..

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"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Assoc goes, you know, what I mean, I can deal with like pretty harsh climates deal with really awkward uncomfortable situations book skit up there because now they're just going to hire you for the toughest possible shoots. Like, my mom says she's like, I cannot believe did you work Footitt, you they make you work for. I don't know where you've had that kind of accent the traditional kind of like the Russian. Oh, sure. That's right. That was like my kind of you know, to my. Of course, my mom has no clue what I'm talking about. I was like I don't sound like. Okay. Amazing. And then okay. So wrapping up full circle. So what do you what are you telling your daughter? She starts to endeavour on this. Are you the issue listening to you for advice or Sheikh sort of turning around path? Well, listen, the the interesting thing about my daughter is that she does listen to my vice for sure, but it's like I'm learning from her as much as she's learning from me because I'd never been that close to kid. That's so naturally talented and just for me to watch her like she needs help sometimes just to connect with something. But once she liked plugs in and is able to relate to it in her own way. She just flies. It's like crazy because she she underplays things like most kids overdo it. But like her first instinct is to like underdo it which is just so fabulous to watch. Because it's just real sometimes it just doesn't feel like she's act. Thing you know. And and it was great. We were rehearsing for this edition, and somehow just wasn't. She wasn't connecting with it. And I didn't you know. I definitely don't will. Anyway, she said to me. Well, what do you want like just tell me what you want, and I'll do it. And you know, that was how my mumber Hearst with me. She would just like say the line and have me imitate her and it wasn't good because my imitation was never as good as her performance because it was always second best room. Honey, I can't tell you. What to do? You. Gotta you gotta find it yourself. That's the only way that it's going to ring true as if you find that simple. You know, why don't we just talk about it a little bit more like what's the scene? What's the character? I said, you know in the scene, she's angry at her mom. And and of course, she never gets angry with mate, no kidding glows. Last time, you were angry with me Volvo trying to think, but you know, she she has to be like ruining my life. I hate you. Okay. And I we were just trying to figure it out. And I said, well when was the last time, you felt super frustrated because oh my God at school in my math teacher, and I just wanted to tell her and immediately she goes off. And I was like perfect not as ios that in the scene, and like it was amazing. Like, she literally started crying during the scene. She was like so good. You know it. Yeah. It's one of those things where we learn from each other. And and it's it's crazy to think how far we've come again from this even this conversation. You talk about the insecurities as a teenager, not feeling like you didn't have the stuff and funding. If I didn't go through that. Who knows I might be telling my daughter to pair it me. Right. Do you know what I mean? But like if I didn't go through that I wouldn't be able to help her just find it herself. And I mean, it's so true. Like everything happens for a reason only I would've known back, then that lake don't worry. You're insecure. Criti? And you're feeling pathetic is really going to pay off in the end rolling. Your kid is lake graded star. That I think we got a heart warming way to end this conversation for for this. Nice are rated sick twisted fun movie. Hell boy is sick and twisted. I had a great time. When I watch my movies. I'm always so nervous. And I feel like sometimes I just can't like get into the film because I'm like critiquing myself. But with this one as you know, as soon because I'm open the movie kind of dove in a big way, I really enjoyed it. And suddenly, I just went with it and didn't even think about it anymore..

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"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And it's so different from anything that we've ever seen before that like he was just trying to get me out of my head completely go because you in a way to like make such a fool of yourself playing this part and feel so stupid most of the time and just have to trust that like it. He's getting it that he he didn't want me like coming in as myself. He wanted me completely clean leave yourself at the door and just bring this like little creature in when you come. So it took a lot for me to. Get rid of like a lot of emotional baggage. And Stephan working like consistently for those months like with something that I'd never done before. It was like such a gift that gave me, you know, because I actually discovered that if I work hard, I can't achieve being a good actor, you know. As you can imagine given what's in this office, and my age like that film, just rocked my world. The only films kids come watch ever made so grateful for it's just it's so out there in the best possible way. And there's so much Richardson the film, so many gr- I mean like Chris Tucker coming doing what everybody's doing. Everyone's going for broke somehow it works. It really does. No everything came together for that for that movie. It was one of my favorite favorite experiences ever is that language like burned into your Brenta your into my head. I mean, not like not like the nitty gritty anymore. But you know, definitely the the feeling of playing Leila will never leave. And I think there's always like funnily enough, I think when Luke Saami an eye on dishing for it wasn't like I had to read lines. But I he asked me to speak gibberish and stuff. And I think there was a little part of Lou in me that he saw. And then to be able to really like work on that more and solidify like her spirit in me. I feel like she'll always be there in total. You know, that that kind of like, I've always been fascinated with reality in that kind of like, Aw, the feel when you wake up every morning and be like, wow. Look at the sunrise, a life is great, you know, or any of the memories of that film colored by ops. You're relationship with Luke Luke's had some very unfortunate allegations against him in the last year. Does that color it all sort of what what you look back on a great deal fondness and Bosox part of your life. I mean, listen, I had the most incredible time on that film. And you know, Lucan I had a very very big love, and you know, we've remained friends..

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"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:08 min | 1 year ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"This horror movie. And I was like absolutely not you better than that. You're not gonna have the career. You're going to do different things. It's like the typical that you know. But it's true. Like, I felt like your talent is amazing. Like, we have to save it for something. That's really going to showcase it in the best possible way. Also because we don't need to lake like farm her out to work. You know, we're not in that position. Which is great. That leads to the the other fault, which is like when you're being so successful that point was there any downsides kind of being the breadwinner for the families that that a lot to put on a twelve or thirteen year old. I guess it is. But then again, I feel like I definitely grew up with a lot of responsibility, which you know, I think in this day and age like people don't have that responsibility. We have two little world. Yeah. You have adults who have are growing up in their twenties that don't know how to do like simple things for themselves. You know? And for me, I was supporting my family at such an early age. I had like I had a job to do and I did have pressure. But by the way, I think pressure's important for for humans. You know? That's what that's what makes us strong people. You know? So I feel like if I had I mean trust me, my daughter might not be working. But like the amount of homework. That we do every day. I feel like I'm in detention. Do you know what I'm saying like because we demand that she gets like nothing less than a B. And you know, it's like crazy. She's in a French school. And by the time, Tai Kwon does finished. And by the time homework is finished. Sometimes it's ten thirty at night, and she's still up. So she works hard different kind of a alive then you were leading seemingly in your teens. I mean like at three in your teens. I feel like if I looked up like rebellious in the dictionary at sixteen I would see. Jimmy seriously will come on. There was a lot of kids that were much worse than me. Look it all worked out at the end. But like I mean I survived. That's what I'm saying. He's got a good on your shoulders. Good family, by the way. I feel like if I didn't have the responsibility to my family, I could have gone off the deep end. But I always had that kind of pulling me back when people were like, yeah. Let's just go to one more thing. I'd be like, no. I gotta go to work tomorrow. I got a I have things to do. Like, I knew that. I couldn't let people down around me. And I think that was like something that kind of gave me this big stop sign in my head or sit that where I could've potentially killed myself. You know, doing drugs or doing crazy stuff? Like who was it was the one thing that kind of gave me a guideline of like to know when to stop running to say now, what are the fam- make the decision to be on the cover of high times at the Astor? My mom was heartbroken. It was awful. It was really awful. But you know, I think God I wasn't living at home by that.

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"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"And of course, she had like all these covers of me. She was like she was driving a Jaguar that I had bought fern as a present. And she was like Oprah Niamh. So nice to see please take a look at my daughter. She's just the governor vogue or whatever. Probably not both. But something says she was super happy about that. It was very cute from what I gathered in reading like, you know, she she did groom you she wanted this for you. This was the life shoot imagined in hope for you. What was the life? She wanted for self right now. But moving to America, not speaking English. I mean, she was I guess twenty eight when we got here and just so gorgeous. But at the same time just didn't have connections didn't have a grip on the language and played a bit of a little bit parts. But. At the same time. You know, we grew up living the kind of immigrants fantasy of like making it in America. You know? So it was just important that we all worked really hard. That's why I started so young. And you did so pretty by the time, you're what like eleven or twelve years. Yeah. I did. At eleven and did my first like, real fashioned shoot at eleven and stuff and the modeling kind of took off very quickly and was very controversial and stuff. Yeah. It made a big splash pretty early on for like, probably all the wrong reasons. So I went down today would never go down. Totally like I went down the beard such a product of the eighties ninety. Again, it worked out the YouTube rabbit hole for you is kind of fastening because like their early early interviews with you like some bears like on the return to blue lagoon press. Our can't I don't even be embarrassed for yourself. It's more. I'm more embarrassed. For like the questions, you were asking the way you were positioned because it's like, you're really young. And it's like, you're obviously lots being talked about your beauty. And you're like what is it like to feel like sensual which? It's not about being seven now looking at I cringe and my answers, and I'm trying to be so mature, and I'm like. And like the tone of my voice, it just wanna like if I was her mother, I would just grabbed me and like shake me and be like Amherst. You're probably about the age. Now when you were as she just turned eleven, geez. No worries. Yeah. So it's crazy. But you know, at the same time, it's like my daughter has an incredible talent to she's an amazing actress and actually lake. If my mom had her, it probably would have been a very different kind of career because my my daughter's actually really amazing like she's going to be the award winner in the family. She's like that good kind of thing and over the balloon movie genome mean like to actually we've been letting go on a few auditions, and she goes to acting class, and she's really serious about it. And she got requested to go in for this horror movie. And I was like absolutely not you better than that. You're not gonna have the career. You're going to do different things..

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"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"Because it's it's frustrating in the concentration, as you know, him and doing the resident evil movies stunt, heavy as those were a lot of hurry up, and wait, I'll and a wad of intense concentration when it's when it's your time to do it because you fuck up you can get seriously injured Elliott like, that's no jokes kidding. Even help way. At one point. I was working with Doug, Doug. He plays. The grew. My henchmen pig henchmen, and he's lovely lovely guy. And he also had this animatronic head. That's like a fifty pound helmet that he wore. And at one point. He's like does anyone smell smoke, and we're like, no. And he's like, I don't know something's kinda getting smokey and. Here. And I'm as being a mom, I'm like, get the hell medoff him. No send because everyone's just standing around like not really because it's going on inside his head literally internally. And I guess the wires it crossed because the whole head moves in the nose moves. It was burning on the inside poor guy. So after that, I was like that's it for that head you can retire that head, and that's it was practical onset tactical. You know? That's what's great about this movie to there was a lot of practical effects going on which I think is great because it is such a throwback to the way people used to do things when they were very tactile artists. And of course, you know, siege is amazing. And the guys that are doing the computer stuff are incredible. But there is something I love about just like getting your hands dirty. You know, like when I make zombie movie. It's like you see Zambezi see the makeup you see like the work that these artists due to create. These incredible pieces and set pieces, hopefully, obviously, especially since the I mean going back to fifth element, and then resume kind of raises the stakes to a whole 'nother level for you in terms of John stuff like what percentage of material that you get is John base. Does it does it come to you? Do you go after it at this point? I don't have to go after it. I mean, definitely it comes to me. But it's funny. I mean, I never my mom was a movie star in the Soviet Union seventies. And she kind of taught me what she knew. And she's always like who would have thought that this is what you would do being covered in dirt covered in blood like Lewin ever thought such a beautiful glamorous Google that this is what her go with go. I'm like, well, it's actually a great career. And like I have people that really love my movies and she's like off lease. Be glamorous keeps it around. You know being a movie star? She just can't get over like cure, and I were to switch careers pretty much pretty much, but she Perth things. She just like is missing the glamorous part of me. But I do feel like I grew up. I mean, we grew up at the same time. So we grew up with so much of like the action so much of the scifi so much of the fantasy. Thank you. And. Even like coming home from school. Like, what would I watch thunder cats sheera? It was all these very powerful women nectars. But then like, of course, being a fan of let's say supporting Weaver because she traumatize me like such an early age flipping through the channels. But then like, I, you know, I would see alien like every night for months when they would play it on TV. And so, of course, I became a huge fan wondered like why there weren't more women taking on monsters in a way, and it was all like such a male oriented genre. I wanted to see more women to represent like me up there doing it, not always like Arnold and sly..

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"milla. she" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Be shipped decide though i mean there is mention of that too that day it's the chance to reboot right but yeah i don't think chant sean mcdonough gruden whatever i i like mcdonough little bit more than others did but but you have to get someone in there with peyton manning that is not going to be hyperfocused seat because that's already peyton manning yeah i i think that the fact it's all very interesting that they might sweet mcdonough side and if they don't get manning who did they get the thursday night package now fox has it for five years and it sounds like it's not going to be aikman buck they think that doesn't make sense because buck this baseball all this stuff that they almost might look outside of their their current stable and that seems to make more sense to me dennis milla's peyton manning do peyton manning on thursday and it doesn't feel like a weird year though for him to do it like he should have gone into the booth last year and uh obviously iggy living and hair to i dunno i already long been an owl he's got it veered addo well 'cause i think he's personable enough he's not a great actor i'm not like saying he is hilarious mayor do we have the donald got zone at least mounting every democracy vine street man but he knows allowing ally is honestly on your liars rate may he's he knows obviously as much about the quarterback position in full as anyone and if he can communicate that well and he's pretty good at communicating pretty good i'm not met money smith put peyton manning has a very annoying voice who he doesn't another very clearly wow i didn't i can't i feel like i'm in a glasshouse there i can't be thrown in his i'm not sure we all know that he can communicate the way that roma we didn't know that out and then we within a month late this guy's scott some i would never i would never compe i would never expect them to be romo because rumbled to me is the best guy who's come into it since john madden that's thirty years so as saying let's have let's have a nice group because this espn this is to brand new groups that we're going to have to be spending primetime.

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"milla. she" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Side for just a moment milla words just fantasising that it never occurred what do we do with the story right here in birmingham of gunfire at the western hills mall yesterday afternoon that left the mall manager dead on the sidewalk and an innocent victim caught in the crossfire and shot over around arkadelphia road as police gave chase according to a alcom dozens of boats were exchanged the walls north entrance were police said two groups of young men recognized each other and open fire now i'm not going to break this story down any more than just that but these two groups end up warring with each other we have a dead mall manager we have an injured innocent bystander i wonder if florida does not happen does this story stimulate the gun guncontrol debate because this story hand repeats itself yeah every day of the week weird every major city in america it was they way at the new yesterday um as an on the local news of course in it was guns gun guns gotten guns at the ma at western heels guns with the the guy going up to the um the daycare ryan his sign it was just guns every way outright news i was like are they trying to give into this whole you know gun violence or gun we need gun laws well i don't think there is any desire to me all the right or the left to to deal with the issues at hand here because i think of the end of the day they don't really know how to be aware that the second amendment is the second amendment then as we did yesterday we had discussions about mental health and arming schools and whether or not kid should have guns and arming teachers we had more opinions varying opinions then we did victims in florida and as i stated yesterday all those opinions are valid but at what point in time what what is that what is the magic number or is it a magic venue that that took part in the expression triggers these discussions obviously western hills mall you know it it is go to be one where we need to talk about the.

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"milla. she" Discussed on Altered Geek

Altered Geek

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Altered Geek

"Kennedy kept that the can't get the ball mole move into where people would buy the merchandise and still get their fix of of you know hearing a different side of the story your different parts of the personas however it's not cannon so it's still fits into the head cannon but it doesn't you know every book has its own taste in in uh feel for every type of person so it's it's kind of interesting there and then he says while hollywood worked hard to perfect cgi bloat production budgets to fund such effects wizardry thing is tim zones heir to the empire was far more interesting and fascinating read than the script of the fourth way can which was a rehash of a new hope he says could or would ever be as worthy alien verse predator comics compared to what milla jovovich a hub e n the brothers strauss ended up uh shorting into cinema screens it's it's this guy's linked spot on light i think that these guys like kind of fit the vibe that myself in michael iran it at this point with with a lot of this stuff and it's um just becoming more and more evident the the more time goes on of how how this kind of works so uh yeah that's that some craziness man and uh anyways moving into the last week's full episode ray talked about the enemy accident in what whatnot um i did have fun going back and watching some of those old cartoons uh tim silver says i'm looking forward to the enemy ex revival actually and i'm glad it would be an hulu since i was six i have a subscription and we don't have cable anymore gratiot keep coming thank you for the the info on the show and uh yeah i'm i'm enjoying the steffan who lose well and in watching these shows and i'm not a a big proponent of a lot of these separate streaming services but i do have to say that i've i've enjoyed netflixing hulu was a whole networks just came to the point where there was just nothing on it i.

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"milla. she" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Treatment thanks very much it's thirty minutes past seven now english seita is having something of a resurgence one of its famous names has being bought by one of the world's biggest is his dumming the detail you thanks carry aspel sandro suffolk is being bowled by molson course john north american brewer which makes most of the bill cosby and milla's course pool wanted as uk managing director of molson course and henry chevallier killed as chairman of aspel henry the company's been in the in the family for generations why sell now well the business has been around for a long time but it's is growing extremely fast who lost ten of fifty news in the families invested heavily in that growth and we go to point a year ago where we felt to continue that growth we needed to look to get some external investment in we were perhaps a little bit exposed into the the family a debt in the business as so we started looking around to see what options are actually were it ended up where we are today always a bit of a wrench to sultan it's been in the family for so long as a huge range and it's not a decision that you tight lightly and we didn't take it lightly it took us a year of a lot of soulsearching and a lot of talking and a lot of research to make sure that we were actually making the right decision and pull summa as what does the maker of of miller's and mohson the a trip massmarket beers knell about making an upmarket english side yummy we're delighted to bring us will onboard subsea part of our strategy to continue to premium eyes our portfolio what is premium premium has put well again a brilliant side a brand scott long history of providence a real quality relationship can haganah keep that quote here what sort of commitments if you come into the family about the future yet henry and i've been talking about the the type of deal that we wants you to complete for quite a long time now we've said that will continue to invest in cirque invest in the sinai and invest in the brand henry i'm berichvili igf out about staying on his brand embassies buses to really help reintegrate the business in.

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"milla. she" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on Pure Nonfiction: Inside Documentary Film

"To certain extent is a sort of commodification of youth culture that's a selling out in so is criticised from the start so it's an age old criticism by the 80s younsters capitalising on i think it'd be fairer to yunnan rolling stone it's every magazine in other words magazines would put pop stars in their covers so they could sell the investigative journalism that was being done hopefully in sought in o m most magazines until recently when when journalism you know disappeared were making money off of a sex ads the village voice village voice and so it was like that was the way of work you had to find uh you know you had to have a savvy viewer the market or you're a purehearted journalism wasn't going to survive note he's gonna be able to pay the bills i guess in a way today doug you can look at hbo while with his film aired in sheila nevins had a similar fall milla with her real sex shows and and her harderhitting journalism but threatens by by the magazine for britney spears but stay for a fascination that's that was the calculus while alex and blair were making their film the writer joe hagen was completing an epic biography of jaen wegner called sticky fingers the book delivers a complex view of winter and his tumultuous personal and professional relationships hagan has an advantage as a writer with five hundred pages to build nuanced character studies but the film has an advantage of bringing those characters to life on screen and incorporating the music that drives the whole story here's a clip from the documentary of the san francisco music critic ralph gleason who is a mentor to winner.

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"milla. she" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Fox news radio i'm million wu a top administration official believes lawmakers are very close to a finnish tax reform deal what'll happen we think now is that it will be should be reported out today but what should give both the house and the senate the chance to vote on monday and tuesday of next week and that's what it would be over budget director mick mulvaney on fox friends the bill cuts taxes but experts also say it'll add more than a trillion dollars to the federal debt democrats pressing for a vote to wait until the new alabama senator is seat it will respect the people of alabama and seer choice it should happen before any more tax votes take place skains senate senator elizabeth warren any kentucky state lawmaker has apparently committed suicide police believe dan johnson whose denied accusations he sexually assaulted a seventeenyearold five years ago shot himself unabridged fox news three before you this guy good morning well what yemen's difficult with your island news morning headlines the man indicted for allegedly assaulting kaiser highs former head football coach is set to play in court today gregory tartu melo was arrested back in october and coach arnold martinez stepped down after the assault caught on camera last month and oil who grand jury indicted tartu melo for assault harassment and terroristic threatening tartu milla's bill is set at eleven thousand dollars four people connected to the holy tourism authority were fined more than twelve thousand dollars for allegedly soliciting and accepting travel upgrades holy see ethics commission issued the fines including holy tourism authorities ceo and the group was investigated after they failed to report upgrades as gifts and that's required by law and that's a look get your morning headlines have a very wonderful morning on wednesay for ghana stuck in traffic we've got the answer although we would go sprinting southbound is typical for the morning commute it's slow southbound from hakim a road the holly alkali abadi on the freeway it's slow from the kuniya road exit to the why model boom rejected after that will be at sweeper us to the way to downtown little sri emerges clear right down from the east side no problems on colonial oily highway or the.

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"milla. she" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:10 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on WTMA

"Five twelve 73 you can text that number two if you're interested in talking about working with my team and i to help you buyer so real estate so let's talk about something that's just oh so fun real estate tax whoo okay let me first help you understand your tax bill okay you're going to see a few things up at the top first you're gonna see as your assessment ratio which is incredibly important if you see four that means that it is an owner occupied residence you'll get a break on your assessment ratio for your owner occupied home your primary residence if you have an in property or a second home it's assessed at a 6 percent assessment ratio meaning you pay double actually sometimes triple the real estate taxes for anything other than your primary residents they give you a break which is how they view it for your primary residence you're also going to see the appraised value which is their opinion of fair market value for you your home based on the last countywide reassessment you're gonna see the total assessment of course which is just the appraised value multiplied by the assessment ratio and then you're gonna see millet people don't really understand what milla gis so the total military rate is set by charleston county council the charleston county's school boy ward and the area municipality or public service district where that property is located camp so the the ratio is used to determine your individual property tax liability a mill is always the equivalent of one one thousandth of a dollar so example it you know if the military it has three fifty then that's three hundred and fifty dollars if the assessed value is a thousand okay there is a bunch of really good stuff on charleston county berkeley county dorchester county if you just you know do a search for charleston county taxes understanding taxes you'll find all this stuff but i'm also gonna put all of this online because i don't have the ability to read through line by line all of the exemptions that you could find and i also don't have the time to walk you through every little thing that you need to know if you want to contest the value if you think you appraised value is too high but i will tell you that there is a massive opportunity for.

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"milla. she" Discussed on WTMA

WTMA

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on WTMA

"Five twelve 73 you can text that number two if you're interested in talking about working with my team and i to help you buyer so real estate so let's talk about something that's just oh so fun real estate taxes wu okay let me i help you you understand your tax bill okay you're going to see a few things up at the top first you're gonna see as your assessment ratio which is incredibly important if you see four that means that it is an owner occupied residence you'll get a break on your assessment ratio for your owner occupied home your primary residence if you have an investment property or a second home it's at a six percent assessment ratio meaning you pay double actually sometimes triple the real estate taxes for anything other than your primary residents they give you a break which is how they view it for your primary residence you're also going to see the appraised value which is their opinion of fair market value for your home based on the last countywide reassessment you're gonna see the total assessment of course which is just the appraised value multiplied by the assessment ratio and then you're gonna see millet people don't really understand what milla gis so the total military rate is set by charleston county council the charleston county's school board and the area nisa pal your public service district where that property is located okay so the the ratio is used to determine your individual property tax liability a mill is always the equivalent of one one thousandth of a dollar so example it you know if the military it has three fifty then that's three hundred and fifty dollars if the assessed value he was a thousand okay there is a bunch of really good stuff on charleston county berkeley county dorchester county if you just you know do a search for charleston county taxes understanding taxes you'll find all this stuff but i'm also gonna put all of this online because i don't have the ability to read through line by line all of the exemptions that you could find and i also don't have the time to walk you through every little thing that you need to know if you want to contest the value if you think you're appraised value is.

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"milla. she" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"But stick around it is nigh thirty if her to find him double d m j the hunt for peru october it's the final home stand of the season the brewers have their eyes on a playoff spot in the cubs come to milla park for a four game series all right beatty whose producing showed they aren't we we talked about this before m fourgame series against the cubs to three and a half back how many do you think they need to realistically when you say three i agree three out of four um and if a lotta people are are upset about last night and it was an opportunity but i i tell you there there okay the three and a half behind the cubs third game behind the rockies i watched a good chunk of that game on major league baseball network yesterday between san francisco and colorado i mean i think the brewers ortega ten games left how many gains do you think they're going to have to win to make the playoffs you say seven yeah i'd i'd say either seven or eight but i think seven i i don't it right if if the rockies bite i'd say seven eight seven eight i think for sure they overhaul either the cubs war i'm i sure which one but i think if yet they win seven i don't think i think though lease thai i don't think the rockies your good winward six that would be my guess right nate right this they're gonna have to sweep cincinnati at home right that's going to be at right if they could take three out of four from the cubs and sweep cincinnati six outta 7 on his stand they would be in in very good shape i i would agree with you on that because then they finish up with st louis i think the finish up against st louis in any event we digress bob and jeff beginner our gained a coverage of the opener at 635 this evening sponsored by your milwaukee honda dealers all right there is an interesting story frontpage above the pulse pole the fold in the journal sentinel that i wanted to discuss all rights the.

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"milla. she" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"milla. she" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"The age of eighteen tightened justin evans the chief lasang leslie youngest him of 2017 selfies set just another sat number to add to that too late in the middle little better i mean it starts this week that's our second for it now and you know it's really cool is just all all the different kinds of plans i was up there yesterday in that area not even at in oshkosh a close by and you could just hear planes coming over had one after another and it was really cool everybody on the ground is watching like oh there's another one end the salute to the apollo astronauts were the biggest gathering i think since what 1994 four of all the members were as many as they could get jim lovell milla's aldrin's going to be there all the heavy he's the most affable the bunch though aldrin he's always out there and as a joy will elect seen around well there's a russian investigation up in oshkosh as well not not d c this russian investigation involves a russian turtle it's a russian tortoise actually don't call me on it ran the russian investigation has reached although it oshkosh so somebody lift somebody just stole this russian tortoise from the zoo he quits interesting have five days ago zoo officials there obviously worried for the welfare this animal this particular tortoise can't swim the can't swim it won't survive and water so some idiot just lifted this and things like hey we had a pet turtle now things going to die and so some genius thought that was a good idea out there they just hope they get it back to the zoo why do people do things like that i mean it's just mindboggling booth i buy if you're right yeah go to petsmart or wherever they got ta hurtles are tortoises or whichever one you want and if you really need a rush on just name vladimir this is now russia added that there was such a thing as a turtle the can't swim that's like a bird the carriers like a penguin you're right and while he have at their out and then of course that packers right we talk packers enjoy hoda shareholders meeting is today a lot of very important things for the shareholders to vote on.

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