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"mister america" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

06:07 min | 3 months ago

"mister america" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"Them in those two positions. And all of a sudden you hear the music for Hogan and you'd think that I always offer compare it that Hogan fans like eagle fans. Not fairly eagle, but The Rock group, the eagles. They just want to hear hotel, California, one more time. Isn't that the best way to say it, brother? You're right on the money. They want they want a leg drop and a hook up and some of his traditional things. But they won't hotel California that one more time. And if they could hear that, they'll be happy. But is it true with Steve Austin or Ric Flair? Yeah, undertaker. It's so funny. And I get frustrated to the point of almost being angry, but I talk myself out of it. Is, you know, wrestling fans are so fickle in the sense that there'll be so anti legends, right? I can't believe they're so reliant on bringing this guy back. I can't believe they're bringing this guy in. He's too old. But man, the audience, not the little microcosm of people that bitch about shit on Reddit or write about stuff and think they're smart. But I'm talking about the people that just love to watch Russell because it's an escape and it brings them a sense of joy and fun. Man, when you bring back a Hulk Hogan, and you bring back a John Cena, you bring back a Steve Austin. That's exactly what you're saying. You hit it right on the head. They just want that feeling that they had the first time I heard hotels. Exactly. Or the first time they got laid while they were listening to the hotel California. That's the deal, man. They don't want to see a whole show, but man, it feels good to go back and visit that one more time. Yeah, that's right. And ironically, when we were in Vegas, three or four weeks ago for a pay per view, AEW pay per view. Out there, we saw the eagles concert. They were playing in Vegas on the Saturday night while we were there. The papers on Sunday, we had TV on the Wednesday Friday, and then that was an off night. So Dan Lambert, who owns America's top team, one of our guys, he so hooked up with all the casinos for ciders. That he got us some tickets. Raphael Morphy and I went along with Tony chem and my Kyoto and they had never seen the eagles in concert and they were blown away. They were saying, I guess a lot of people say, I knew the words to every song. Yeah. So they recognized the leg drop. They recognized the big booth. They recognized that hooking up. The same deal. It's the same theory. And so it was kind of ironic that he said as an example, because I'm a big eagles fan. And I saw multiple times, we both loved them. We went through the Glen fry years and now the, what's the cost name of Oklahoma, Vince Gill years, who's absolutely phenomenal. I thought they lost Don Henley. They say you can't replace these guys. Replace anybody. If they're good. And this feels really good. So that's kind of what I saw that deal. And we're deviating too far down the rabbit hole of rock and roll music, but I think that's a good example for Hogan. He's got those hits. He's got gold records on the wall. As Joe Walsh would say, and he's a classic. And you know what? The eagles in whatever configuration, I think Glenn Frey's son is now he was on there for a while. He lived. But he wanted to rode you up for a year or two after his dad died. And now he's on his own. So, but they've still got an all star team. They still got ten of the Schmidt. They still got Glenn Frey. And maybe the most important element of all this still got Joe Walsh. And so they still got their band. And they're still very good in the entertainment. And they could make up their mind tomorrow morning that they wanted to her again and they would be selling out in their current configuration in any venue they decided the book. Yeah, and we felt the same from the same characteristics of personality characteristics for hulk. He's a legend and some people will buy a ticket to go see him to take a kid and they can show that kid who they are hero was when they were the kids age. So I thought that was pretty, I don't think that's pretty cool. And a logical, I think that's right. A lot of people say, this is a God daddy loved. So, you know, and I think there's something to be said for that too. Before we get, we're going to have to wrap this up here in another couple of minutes, but I want to speed up just a little bit, talk about a couple bullet points, I guess, at this point, as we're kind of going through now, Hogan's return to WWE leaves WWE comes back to WWE. We got this mister America character. I hated it when I saw it. I was embarrassed by it for Hogan. That he was doing it. But I also knew it was probably his idea or at least he was excited about it because he loves that kind of hokey corny shit. Was that Vince's idea was idea? Whose idea was that? I think it was a collaborative effort, Eric between the two, but then certainly supported it and liked it, thought it was entertaining. And so that's kind of that deal. But yeah, we thought he blows out the door again, presumably, I don't even know. I never asked him. I never paid attention to the dirt sheets or whatever, but supposedly it's because of pay, was it a pay issue? Apparently, I've always said this when talents get unhappy. Are they want to leave or they do leave? Or whatever, it's usually one of the two seas.

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"mister america" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

05:56 min | 3 months ago

"mister america" Discussed on Filmspotting

"A few other options. So we want to take advantage of and just try to put together some pieces to this puzzle. Do you believe the occult may be involved in the disappearance of your son? I'm so scared. How about the iron giant? Brad bird setting the table for his amazing Pixar work, a great animated film from that year. And I'd round out the top 5 with Tom tick vers pumping, high concept thriller that was probably a gateway arthouse film for a lot of cinephiles back in 1999, run Lola run. Talk about stealing my thunder atom, you went right out and grabbed my number one. Yeah. And maybe this should have been a joint list. It is an incredible, incredible lineup. And I think why I have this at number one, even as you're listing those titles, I can picture the theaters that I went to for the top three, which I would say are the Blair witch project, the 6th sense, and eyes wide shot. As you said, the expectations, what you did know about it. In the case of Kubrick, just knowing that this was a master with a late career effort. And then all of the buzz surrounding Blair witch project in 6th sense. So if you're talking about and The Phantom Menace, I mean, which I, as you know, still appreciate, but I remember thinking about that and anticipating that. This was just, it felt like a momentous summer at the time, and it has stood the test of time to remain a momentous summer in retrospect. Maybe not in all the ways we expected some ways that surprised us. I think something like the iron giant was a surprise. 6 cents. Obviously, a surprise. And you know, Blair witch project a surprise, but yeah, people have been talking about it since Sundance that year. So yes, it's the experience of being able to put myself and maybe this isn't a fair way to evaluate this because obviously I couldn't do this for the 70s and I couldn't do it really as much for the early 80s at least. The 90s totally there and this summer totally hit. Keep in mind too, when you talk about the Blair witch project, I've got that as my number two horror film of all time. That same list, 6 senses number 8. So this for me as I'm giving it the subtitle is the summer of horror, just with those two movies on it. And as I'm looking at my 1999 top ten list, so compiled at the time, I've got Blair witch 6th sense, eyes wide shut, let's see what else here. I really love South Park, bigger, longer, and uncut, put that on my top ten, put The Phantom Menace on my top ten. I think half of my top ten for that year came out in the summer. So that's why I had to put 1999 right at the top of my list. Talk about truly stealing your thunder. I spoiled your number one summer Josh. I don't know where to go from here. Well, obviously, we both have good taste. We'll see how we do then with my number three movie summer. And as I was earlier bemoaning the lack of good options from the 2000s or 2010s, I've got 2015 as my number three movie summer. And here's another case like 99 where three of the bigger titles people might point to from that summer didn't mean much to me, those being Avengers: Age of Ultron, Jurassic World, and straight outta Compton, which certainly had its redeeming facets that was a film that I felt ultimately couldn't overcome some of the pitfalls of that type of biopic. Outside of that though, Josh, there really is a lot of depth here. You've got in the movie poster. Mad Max: Fury Road. Ex Machina from Alex Garland. Inside out, we just talked about it last week on the show and our Pixar poll question. Amy, one of my favorite documentaries from that year, maybe a weird choice to have in the movie poster, but that's how much I liked it. And there's a lot of competition for these last two spots. I've got Amy and Mission Impossible rogue nation, but you could throw in magic Mike XXL. As well, that movie and actually magic Mike was just on last night flipping channels for a little bit. Magic Mike XXL is another one. This seems to be on kind of HBO. Just every so often is I'm flipping channels. And both films are undeniably rewatchable. I get caught up in them every time. It's just kind of background movies. If you're a little bit distracted, but also you find yourself getting caught up in them every time. And if those titles aren't enough, there were a bunch of smaller films from that year that I think we were positive on all of them, Josh, at least the ones we both reviewed, Noah baumbach's mister America, great collaboration with Greta gerwig. There as the writer co writer with baumbach, he directed it. Love and mercy, the biopic ish movie about Brian Wilson, end of the tour, the biopic ish movie about David Foster Wallace. We saw Joshua Oppenheimer's follow-up to the active killing the look of silence and yeah, I can't believe it's taken me this long to get there. How about pitch perfect two? And I know people are screaming right now at their listening devices. Josh, because I've talked about how great the summer of 2015 is. And I haven't even mentioned the movie that surely had to be the biggest movie of the summer, at least second to age of Ultron. And it's the film that did compel the two of us to take the plunge and actually immerse ourselves.

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"mister america" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

The Jim Ross Report

06:49 min | 3 months ago

"mister america" Discussed on The Jim Ross Report

"So I think that was the plan. Maybe the king of the ring would have been better if the winner of the king of the ring got something specific main event title shot or something. But that had never really been discussed. And I think that's kind of where the sizzle started fading on the king of rank concept. I agree. That makes total sense. All right, final question, JR Matt Godfrey. When Brock won king of the ring, did you know he was going to be a major star? I knew Brock Lesnar is going to be a major star when he was walking around the campus at the university of Minnesota. You don't get a guy that 6 three runs four 6 40. Weighs two 80. The greatest heavyweight in America and D one amateur wrestling national champion, all American what else does he need to prove to you? The only thing that left out there in the unknown would be how is he going to be on the road? House is social skills go to interact with everybody else. Is he going to be a good and locker room? All those intangible things that I've always thought were important to sell and to buy were prevalent. But you got to get them out there to find out that as far as bill to bill and have fast he was improving. I had never seen anything quite like it. To be honest with you. Physically speaking, he had no limits just to us a phenomenon quite frankly. And as long as he kept working to get better and that's what you get when you get an amateur like Brock. And one of the reasons I've always been high on recruiting amateur wrestlers is their competitive Not just when in the sense of getting their hand raised, when in the sense of improving their game and becoming a more seasoned talented guy or the veterans want to work with you. Because they know that you got something. So I think that's kind of where we were there at the Brock. He was a natural. I never had one day thought one day that he wasn't going to be great. You know, and he's been booked in a variety of ways. He's come through it. He says, over now, he's ever been, seems to be like, so yeah, he was, he was a campus guy. He was like rock. Can't miss guy. Well, he's one of those generational talents without question. Without a doubt. JR, listen, this was fun next week. It's going to be all about Hulk Hogan in the WWF slash WWE. So we're going to talk about your interaction with hulk from WrestleMania 9. His exit at king of the ring, how much Hogan negotiated with the WWF in the late 90s, his return to the NWO back to the red and yellow mister America being in and out of the company all things hoka mania brother. I'm sure you're looking forward to that one. Yeah, yeah. Hey, look, he made Hulk Hogan made the business better. And what he did in the mid 80s and leading the WWE and the WrestleMania evolution can't be thrown away cause we personally don't like it. Are we think he's manipulated the system or something along those lines? That's just not my take on oban. He's a VP, he helped a lot of guys make a lot of money. And when you get to work with Hogan, he helped, you know, then he had a scenario where he was continuing to be booked like he was. You get all these different opponents for him. And he was in the heel factory. He was excellent. Was he was he a Jack Briscoe or a Dory junior or Harley? No. He wasn't. So if that's your criteria to exile him, okay, exile. But I never looked at that way. I looked at it as he was a performer who got over and helped sell lots of tickets and pay per views for a lot of talents that took advantage of. He was the first real box office attraction, man when it comes to just big box office. I'm talking worldwide, man, the guy had a cartoon. So he's just something else. Yeah. Well, JR, listen, this is a lot of fun. Before we get out of here this week, a couple of reminders, first of all, check out ad free shows dot com where you get this early commercial free ad free and on video. Not only that, you get to do cool experiences where you can sit and talk with JR, ask them some questions, ask JR, anything. I think you just did a live zoom event just a couple of weeks ago. And I remember. Yes. Lauren will actually be a part of the show. Oh yeah, she does. She is a show. She dresses. She always dresses appropriately for her character. Yes. That's roared on the street, is that as accurate. So she does a nice job. He really does. Hurting the chickens. I bet you are. Hurting the chickens. Yeah, it is hurting cats over there. Trust me, we have a lot of fun with those guys. But man, sometimes it's herding cats, but we have fun. It's a great time. Lots of exclusive shows as well. Not even, I'm talking about you get Eric Bischoff and Jim Ross and Jeff Jarrett and Kurt Angle and make foley and Brian James. I mean, so many counteract just adding so many people. I can't even William regal. Tony schiavone, who you talk with every week, sits beside you, you know? John rash got a loaded roster. Empire. And then now how is he going to book it? And a year from now, are we going to say, well, he could have got more out of Paul bromwell. He could have got more out of so and so. They weren't booked right. The people already upset with my booking trust me, so they're upset that me and you were booked together. They don't like me with you, so oh well, some are. It is what it is, right, JR. They say we need to work on our chemistry. Me and you don't have the chemistry. Anyway. But I have fun with you. And I love working with you. And we have a good time. So it is what it is. I appreciate it. I enjoy it too. Quite frankly, and you know, we just have finally shows. We're honest. We give opinions and we try to explain scenarios and why this happened. And I'm not sure why that happened. That's right. That's what we do, at least for honest on this show. And today, we're talking about not mentioning RVD's injuries from his first match, that's a good point. Yeah. That would be on me. So I don't have a problem saying, I made a mistake there. That would be on me. So in any.

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"mister america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:17 min | 11 months ago

"mister america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Confirmed his exalted status He doesn't matter how much he's injured What has happened to pass He's mister America That's my dude That's my dude Four years ago Lambert and her husband were in Trinidad and Tobago and watched as Christa's dude wept on the field Tears of anguish as the U.S. lost to that country and failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986 It was very embarrassing However I think we built one the problems that were there and we came through It's been a slow process for the American man as the team has gone through head coaching changes countless players and constant reminders Every time the U.S. had a bad outing critics brought up the Trinidad and Tobago debacle and it continued in the early stages of this qualifying process Speaking yesterday from Jamaica head coach Greg berhalter said that's what makes the Mexico win significant Beyond beating its archrival for a third straight time in the same year the first time that's happened the wind vaulted the U.S. to the top of the regional World Cup qualifying standings an indication said burr halter that a young and talented group of American soccer players is starting to get it Absolutely something's changed with the team I've talked all the time about how inexperienced we are how young we are and we need to gain that experience And what I've seen is just the understanding increasing of what this is about with these games and tell the level of competition Burn Holter is picking his teams for each match from a deep pool of players 34 have appeared in the first 7 World Cup qualifying matches 26 of them for the first time at that level Burr halter a former player himself says some play in some matches and not others depending on the opponent and what skills are needed It's a challenge because you know I've been there and it's never nice to get a phone call and say you know you're not part of a camp And you think I'm out I'm done And what I try to do is communicate to the guys that it's not the case things can change very quickly And we consider you part of the program Right now it appears his array of players has bought into the one for all for one approach.

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"mister america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:18 min | 11 months ago

"mister america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Confirmed his exalted status It doesn't matter how much he's injured What has happened in the past He's mister America That dude that's my dude Four years ago Lambert and her husband were in Trinidad and Tobago and watched as Christa's dude wept on the field Tears of anguish as the U.S. lost to that country and failed to qualify for the World Cup for the first time since 1986 It was very embarrassing However I think we built one the problems that were there and we came through It's been a slow process for the American man as the team has gone through head coaching changes countless players and constant reminders Every time the U.S. had a bad outing critics brought up the Trinidad and Tobago debacle and it continued in the early stages of this qualifying process Speaking yesterday from Jamaica head coach Greg berhalter said that's what makes the Mexico win significant Beyond beating its archrival for a third straight time in the same year the first time that's happened the wind vaulted the U.S. to the top of the regional World Cup qualifying standings an indication said burr halter that a young and talented group of American soccer players is starting to get it Absolutely something's changed with the team I talked all the time about how inexperienced we are how young we are and we need to gain that experience And what I've seen is just the understanding increasing of what this is about with these games and tell the level of competition Burr halter is picking his teams for each match from a deep pool of players 34 have appeared in the first 7 World Cup qualifying matches 26 of them for the first time at that level Burr halter of former player himself says some play in some matches and not others depending on the opponent and what skills are needed It's a challenge because you know I've been there and it's never nice to get a phone call and say you know you're not part of the camp And you think I'm out I'm done And what I try to do is communicate with the guys that it's not the case things can change very quickly And we consider you part of the program Right now it appears his array of players has bought into the one for all all for one approach.

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"mister america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:07 min | 11 months ago

"mister america" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Get a news update with Doug Kristen in the Bloomberg newsroom Doug Hey Brian President Biden and Chinese president Xi Jinping will begin their virtual summit at 7 45 p.m. Washington time This is expected to take several hours although expectations for a breakthrough on major issues really low at this point the U.S. says it wants to put guardrails on the relationship so it doesn't get worse The U.S. infrastructure Bill is now law It commits $550 billion in new spending Meantime the nonpartisan congressional budget office says its full cost estimate of the president's second plan this is the tax and spending bill it may not be ready until Friday and that would threaten to push a planned House vote into the weekend or maybe even later In China authorities have sent several thousand students into quarantine in the latest example of Beijing strict coronavirus measures more than 10,000 students in the northeastern city of dalian were required to stay in their dorm rooms or to go to quarantine hotels This is a reaction to an outbreak among students with about 60 infections reported And several outbreaks of bird flu have been reported in recent weeks not only in Europe and Asia as well and now the poultry industry is on high alert in one case Reuters reporting all 770,000 birds at a poultry farm in South Korea were killed Those are some of the stories making news headlines at this hour will update the stories again in about 15 minutes Brian All right Doug thanks very much It's time now for the daybreak Asia media and tea leaves review where we look at some of the top stories in leading newspapers and on media websites Well obviously one of the big stories today is this virtual summit between President Biden and Chinese president Xi And there's an op-ed piece in the South China morning post which is kind of interesting It makes the case for drafting in Barack Obama to help heal U.S. China relations saying that the former U.S. president's keynote speech at top 26 shows that he still has the ability to unite and inspire a crowd to action Obama can speak to the issue of Beijing Washington relations as a special citizen of the world and that China would likely welcome it So that's again an opinion piece in the sem P also in the post Hong Kong's outdated David privacy law says puts it out of step with China And they're quoting experts on this as the mainland pushes to restrict cross border data flows Talking about how Hong Kong has had this ambition to become a regional data and innovation hub and then it's very much threatened by this complicated web of security data rules that China has in place and some outdated local ones And from Reuters this morning Amazon will sell virtual medical services to Hilton in the United States So as the story goes Amazon.com reached a deal to sell virtual medical services to Hilton Hilton is Amazon cares second disclosed client after fitness maker and Amazon declined to disclose any of the financial details All right that's a few stories here in the media review 8 minutes before the top of the hour Steven All right thanks a lot Brian We're joined now by and with the bahuguna head of multi asset strategy at Columbia's thread needle investments A good evening to you I believe you're in Boston and good morning to our listeners across the Asia Pacific Of course we've been talking a lot about inflation this hour and that's a big thing on the minds of investors in the United States I'm just curious as we're less than an hour away from this virtual summit between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden And this is not a political question I'm just curious from your perspective is there anything these two leaders could say that could potentially be market moving Hey Stephen thanks for having me on the call Yes I don't expect it But if they do take off those types I think that would be a very positive signal for the market That's been hanging on over China U.S. relations for several years now And would certainly do two things tone down the temperature on the relations but also Stephen will have an impact on potentially inflation Because it's an added tax on the cost of excluding it The biggest problem let's face it between the U.S. and China is ideology I mean they have to live in this world together And it seems like we're tilting in that direction now that there's a necessity to keep things on an even keel But China under this president Xi Jinping is a lot harsher than what the United States seems to be prepared to accept particularly with positions on Xinjiang on Taiwan and Hong Kong So how much can we really expect I think you're absolutely right about those conditions Those are what preventing relations from normalizing part at the same time I think both parties acknowledge that there is an enormous amount of linkage between the countries in fact globally when it comes to economic factors and trade and really I don't see any other way except everyone to figure out a way to get along Yeah It's a worldly sensitive world peace Politically sensitive to mister America yeah Obviously there are a lot of political undertones Let's talk the markets and obviously the fed we've had Neil kashgar on earlier A little bit more patient on the raising of rates He says the pressure is of course a real but temporary Where do you weigh in on this Is the fed behind the curve or is inflation simply transitory I've been thinking about this endlessly as everyone else And really I think nobody really knows but there are very strong opinions on both sides And the fed's come out very clearly in the last PRES conference and said that they don't think they will know it either until sort of second quarter of next year So meanwhile there is pressure building and looking at recent data last week we got the CPI inflation data looking at recent data looking quite like the not through transitory scenario to me And so I'm really leading towards the position that inflation is going to be stickier and longer than everyone's expected And so from that perspective it is looking that the pressures are real and the fed has started to acknowledge it and maybe they will need to move faster than they had initially communicated to the markets Both Steve and I picked up on Neil kashkari's interview with.

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"mister america" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

04:54 min | 1 year ago

"mister america" Discussed on KFC Radio

"You stand up but remember military. Run away to the comedy catch. I had sold thirty three tickets. Okay so you're not making any money and we're posted a video while we're driving on the way up there and when i got off stage at two hundred and fifty six thousand likes and then i was like what the fuck this is crazy. So he goes up to one point six million eventually and then that lead over to my instagram. And then my instagram. I had a clip of crowd. Work byron an anal bit go by and And it all went and in the rock followed me from that and it's and it's like so crazy he posted because people talk people make fun of me right they go. It's the rock. What's the big deal like bitch. I grew up in the nineties. When i grew up in the salad. Night says that he's the fuckin- he my girlfriend gets wise it because he he's the hobson like shaw guy. Right on my hits you get more yes. He's a god he's a god. Amongst then why. I legitimate i say this about jackass and then also the wwf attitude era. I think are the two funniest most entertaining things of all time. Most important things. Yeah and really for for our age. Our demo guys that like. It's the funniest most they won't ever me to the fact that he obviously takes that and becomes you know mister america the most important guy in the country like he's it man. That's what's funny is like now. I'm in like we like is we've had because when when he had happened. My buddy at the club and he told me he told me that the rock vows. You and i was like not fake account and then he showed me. I'm about to get on stage. Somebody on stage for ten people in vegas. I'm in the back of the room. And i just start downing tequila downing who look like the team people there. I'm away from that. Goes my the rockfalls. Walk the fucking dirac vows. Me hear book and right now. They're like okay. Well you're not funny right now. So i don't need to be more. The rockfalls suck his dick. Paul mockus brother. It's the whole thing happened. And so i get home. I'm crying like i'm calling because this is validation. Think about in this business right wait. Sorry that was from the kevin hart video so so yes so when the video about me doing crowd work i was answered denver and i had this bit and i was going to do a crowd workout and i just this guy. He didn't laugh the entire show. And then i made fun of him and he had this really just crop. Work is kind a hacky at a certain point. Because it's just everything's been done. This guy is. I do feel like comics is anything it's like. Oh you don't really funny. There's there's a couple of youtube comics to their life. Heckler gets on and it's like okay did you. I one heckler every six months. You have one every show and you're recording perfect way.

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"mister america" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"mister america" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"Ps four which on the twenty-seven tribes of mid guard playstation playstation four. On the twenty. seven near reincarnation. That's phone just kidding. The forgotten city place in five xbox series s x. nps for on the twenty eight and that is everything coming out this week and our last day on twitch nice all right well for the last day on twitch john are you ready for the greatest segment in the world. Why yes. I am down town. Gene all righty. So this week on the more you know. Last week we talked about the top ten useless. Most useless marvel characters this week. We're going to talk about the top ten. Most useless dc characters and every single. One of them is batman because he's a useless piece of shit all right so number. Ten is missing. Avocado mister america. Mr america first appeared back in the golden age with the success of captain america and the general patriotism of the time every company was going out of their way to make a patriotic hero and mr america was. Dc's he however had no superpowers a lame costume and crime with a whip. No one cared geoff. Johns tried to create a new version of the character in his post. Infinite crisis justice society of america book but he was mostly a background character..

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"mister america" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

James Miller | Lifeology

08:02 min | 2 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on James Miller | Lifeology

"In and see how it's poli-sci how your class is doing and I finally got up enough courage and you know this month. I'm sure all your listeners feel the same way. Probably you too. We all have dreams. Oh God, we all have dreams. But sometimes it's you get very nervous to express your dreams the people because you don't want to hear someone say something bad about the dreaming you find out sometimes sometimes it's the people closest to you who seem to be the most negative and my feeling is the wrong number two reasons one like your parents. They don't want to see you get hurt. So you you want to do something tells, you know, right well-intentioned and then there are other people like friends who think well wait a second James that's life biology thing. I don't know man because if James is successful, then I might not be able to successful because they believe there's not enough success to go around and I believe in crazy. Yeah, right there is plenty of success to go around for all of us. Anyway. I called my mom. Well, she calls me and we had this conversation. I finally got up enough courage and I said my phone. To the deep breath. I'm going to go California to become a bodybuilder silent. I've had all of a sudden I have never feared Herbie Herbie. My father's name pick up the phone to talk your kid. I'm putting my head in the oven and it was I will only tell you this change the bus ride from upstate New York the bulb in Long Island felt like I was going off to Europe to Australia. It was that long and I finally got home we had a sit down and my father said to me look you want to go California get it out of your system, you know at a girlfriend who said what what's wrong with you? You never going to be a bodybuilder. You were a fat guy and my friends all said you never going to make it and I made I made the decision right now. I've been married almost thirty-two years after all great kids a girl and three boys and as they were growing up to this date I talked about decision making and I'm sure you talk about that too on your shows and I'm a Believer in if you have wage. Think about something too long. Probably something you shouldn't be doing. Yeah, exactly. I decided I'm going to make the move I go to California right down by myself thinking years old. Now. I read all the muscle magazines every muscle magazine said 18 eggs and 24 chickens a day and you too could be well, I will tell you this James May. I collect the part. I read so did Mister America for one simple reason I entered the midst of Southern California contest. I got to California. I got to LA in summer Seventy-Six. I entered the mist of Southern California contest in 1978. The guy that beat me was on steroids. Oh, yeah. Yeah, no muscle magazine ever talked about steroids know Money Magazine. So I'm thinking to myself. What did I do wrong? And I had once again at nineteen years old now, I had to make a decision and the reason why I didn't take steroids wage. Cuz lately and bluntly I was afraid I was afraid to because listen and fourth fifth grade, if you remember growing up in New York to the nurse, they would do these TB test. Oh my God awful thing and they would eat you. Well that little thing like this big I'd faint on that really putting a needle in my own but Ichiban ya, you know what? I mean? So I decided that okay, I'm not going to become mr. America. It's not going to happen for me, but I didn't want to go back New York a loser in my mom right of my family saying well get it out of your system. You go back to school. My friends all said you're not going to make it I'm staying in la I love what exercise and working out there for me. I love how felt James. I didn't know what I was going to do, but you have to find what you're passionate Neverland you talked to plenty of people who talk about find your passion and finest. It's it's inside of you it is and every birth. Has the ability to succeed as long you put your heart at everything else into whatever it is you want to do and don't let anybody get in a way of what that is because to me when someone tells me no, no, it's halfway. Yes Zach. Is there any you said I was I had this people's well-intentioned people like you said family were like I assure, you know, have this really successful practice in D C ROM and Butt-head. There's one person who said to me a friend of a he was like, why would you do this? You don't have anything to say nobody's going to listen to you and I was so shocked because you know, just like you I want to hear so much juice. Oh my God this great. Can I help what can I do? I'm excited and like you said because there's more than enough blessings in the world, but when he said that I will never forget that and I wouldn't say his name, but thank you for that because that was what really took defied. This is like I am doing this now, but you see you're a different kind of cat man, because most people will say, oh, you know, Bob you're right. Good job. Nobody does want to hear what I say and you start going and I use this analogy to it. I'll get back to the story the second but I use this analogy right for all entrepreneurs and people who have dreams you have this nice herbal idea, right and credible idea. You're so pumped up you about ready to go to bed your write it down, right? You're so excited your wake up in the morning. Now, you start making your coffee or breakfast and your battery to have you don't quit shakal talk about that with it. And you start thinking to yourself. Wait a second. Wait second what there's not I can't this is not going to work. I can't do this and now all of a sudden the I can't take over and before you walk out of the door in the morning, you've destroyed whatever that dream was because it's all about changing those words. I can't do I can and believing that right a success is failure turned inside out, but also to have that don't quit attitude wage. Get a shot. Yeah, what should have James what's the worst that's going to happen to you? It doesn't work out. Hey, the lesson will learn because look if you look at anything that anyone else created Look What You've Done Right if it's pretty successful dude, but how come you succeeded and somebody else take you had the chops enough in the balls enough to say, you know what I can do this. I'm going to make it work. I believe in me. I believe in me and that's what people need to understand that for me in my life. So here I am with this decision. I'm not going to take steroids. I'm not going back to New York. So I was doing what every good, you know muscle had does in L A. I was working out in the gym. I was catching raised during the day and I was bouncing in a bar at night true story and it's 1979 and I'm living in Studio City, California now and on my on my afternoon off, I'm just catching rays and this actress has come over to me, you know wage And Hey, Jake, you know, I see here all the time. You know, I like you but I don't want to look like you said, okay Greg, you know, I've got this Club Med commercial that I have to do when I need to get in shape. I got six weeks to do it gotta wear a bikini. I wonder if you can come up with a work out for me and like wow, she was hit now just to give you a case in point. It's 1979 Jane Fonda. I just come on the sea with high-impact aerobics right at that time right women were very intimidated by using weights cuz they thought were going to get big muscles. So we're just chatting and she says could you come to my boyfriend's house to do the work out there? And I thought yeah, I guess I could sure she says how much is it going to cost I go. I don't know give me gas money from my 1977 white camaro with Jake 77 on the license, you know, I was.

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"mister america" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"The Whistler as it was originally broadcast on Monday June twenty third nineteen, forty, seven in the newspapers of that Monday seventy three years ago. These were some of the headlines. Truman, last night appointed three special committees take inventory of the nation's resources and determine how much this country can spend safely and wisely on the Marshall Plan for rebuilding the wrecked economies of Europe and Asia. Earth, tremors rocked the San. Francisco and Monterey Bay area's yesterday breaking windows and blocking a highway passed in the Monterey region. No damage reported around. San Francisco Bay, but on Monterey Bay Ninety Miles South on the Pacific coast windows were broken at the resort city of Santa. Cruz and boulders look toppled to blocked the highway through crittenden. Pass near Watsonville Responsible Administration source conceded yesterday that the Senate would override President Truman's veto of the Taft Hartley Labor controlled by at least four votes, despite an all out campaign of pressure to kill the measure. A government will wind up fiscal, nineteen, forty, seven a week from today with its first surplus in seventeen years and it President Truman's prediction comes true. It will be one point two five billion dollars by far the biggest in the nation's history. Moscow radio said today. The Soviet Union had agreed to attend to foreign ministers conference proposed by Great Britain and France to discuss secretary of state marshals aid to Europe proposal. And Edward J Simmons of Dallas Newly Crowned Junior. Mister America proved the value of bulging biceps by opening a stubborn jar of Olives in one minute and ten seconds SPLAT. Be. Blond handsome twenty five year old war veteran won the title early yesterday morning at the conclusion of the national, Aau, weightlifting championships, and there are more sluice way in which he tackled the jar. Do Gas admiration from spectators? The olives came from Dallas Grocer three. Clark's rather muscular customer had all the pressure they could muster against the rest of download and indeed animus Lee agreed. It could not be removed with anything less than a monkey wrench. In those some of the day's top news stories as reported in the newspapers Monday June twenty, third, nineteen, forty, seven on your radio, the Whistler, which continues right now on classic Radio Theater. and. It was like planting a seed. Wasn't it? Bruce the casual remarks you dropped them. And you could send that you talk to him. At the seed dropped in fertile ground. The doubts you left in. His mind would soon be suspicion. That with the right care, the seed would strike group and grow into a raging hate or cliff cardigan that could transform Jules, Marie into a murder with. And the beauty of it all. Is that you've taken the gentle way and in the eyes of the law. You're an innocent bystander. It's only a few days after cottage and takes over his post as administrator. You see an opportunity for move number tool..

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"mister america" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on WJR 760

"An interesting perspective well I appreciate the call my friend thank you have a good Monday eight hundred eight five nine zero nine five seven eight hundred eight five nine zero W. J. R. let's go to well I believe in Hillsdale will go to David Rainey who's a professor at Hillsdale college good morning professor well good morning Mister America thanks so much for let me check so what's on your mind well I was actually reacting has previous colors were to ms McQuaid and her comments don't necessarily surprise me given her status as a a democratic appointee but I I don't know what sort of press start set the record straight especially with regard to the time line it's come up regarding the intervention without the Roger stone case there's interesting article I believe was yesterday and the Wall Street journal by our Kimberly Strauss Ole which I made the point that the critics of the propose sentences have this entire time line backwards in fact the original sentences or good I should say the proposed sentences were run by the US attorney for that region whose new was job and apparently he despite having serious misgivings about the initial apropos sentences he he backed off and acquiesce to the prosecutors who apparently had threatened earlier to resign and if you did not acquiesce to their proposal so we allowed to finally take place later had misgivings and then I just you know dean and apparently the cheap the colonel division actually signed off on the reduce proposal and this was all before trump's tweets and the firestorm requires involvement so I think it's it's important we recognize that the entire promise according to this Wall Street journal a very respected reporter according to however timeline the entire premise of the the remarks of or what weight made and also of course this petition the entire premise of that is apparently false and I just wanted to make that point well it's an interesting point because that obviously changes a lot of things HHH it changes certainly yeah well it should change the public's perception of what's going on here absolutely no question about that and I'm first time caller you may you have colleagues might I add Carrington and yeah and your will for mine and I've never had called in before but an avid listener for many years but I just couldn't let this one not sneak by so I really appreciate you appreciate technical I appreciate the call professor thank you very much and is good politics be it it only outlines that because there's it certainly would change the perception of how people see this thing and and and maybe your he you know he you change how you look at it a little bit ten forty two let's head out to the traffic center check things out in Clark this report is sponsored by discover we treat you like you treat you did you know discover matches all the cash back you.

"mister america" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Thirty nine degrees Winchell thirty two holy mackerel stay cool out there folks coming up professor Alan Sachs is seven thirty five been Ferguson at seven forty five on the program what to look for to hear on the big show on Memphis morning news yes and DD all right so let's talk about your health this morning and joining us on the program is our friend and the six time Mister America finalist author of get lean for life the seven keys to lasting weight loss and fitness specials we just calling the big handsome sworn honey cut morning good morning my friend happy new year how are you good morning Mister Tim van horn how are you I'm great I'm doing well I'm doing well this morning and I know that here we are in February in a lot of people I've been seeing great stories at the jam of people that are sticking to their their resolutions for the year and seen some people maybe not do as well but one thing is for certain that those that stick to it or have been doing it are getting more than just benefit from the physical standpoint yes absolutely and there's tons and tons of evidence even in the last couple years teen on that point to what you and I have known for many years and that he is the mind and the body are connected and we and our culture seem to think and move in a direction of okay it exercises just physical it makes your body more toned and shapely help you lose weight and all those things and it does but it also has in it tremendous positive affect own not just her mind but our brain itself and that is something that most people don't really realize but if they've done it for a while they begin to go and I hear people all the time Tim and I'm sure you do too as it relates to exercise in the benefits far beyond the number on the scale and fitting into your clothes and they'll say you know I'm sleeping better yeah that's another benefit but does it make sense about that I'm thinking better does and an overall in that I mentioned I was going to be with you this morning to a group that I teach if the gym last night and they said absolutely I mean you future your feel better you're happier and there's certainly a ton of evidence is matter of fact there is a lady of psychologists that wrote a book and I love the title of her book him it's exercise helps us find happiness hope connection and courage and I can I can like that is an upbeat positive title and in this book she points out there are into phones and other chemicals that are released in the brain that affects mood attitude your level of joy your level of being connected to other people and it just goes on and on to enhance your life so yes a lot more to it than just to get in shape well let's specify we exercise a very broad term what what are some what are the basics I mean what's the what's the minimum threshold to to gain some of these benefits okay great great question and to preference that the answer with what we're talking about in more of a focus manner everyone's heard of the runners high or at least most people have and when you see people and all of us have in the rain and sleet snow twenty degrees running I mean they certainly are doing it because of the physical benefits but that runners had becomes literally addictive a good addiction but literally addictive and this is in for into funds that released and they are now finding out that there are Indo can about but eats which duplicates cannabis as relates to feeling good now threshold to get there all right it is not gonna happen in two minutes of sit ups and it will happen though GM in a matter of fifteen to twenty minutes everyone's a little different because the body chemistry of every person is somewhat different but in unique on average fifteen to twenty minutes of continuous movement and it doesn't have to be lived in Waco lifting weights certainly is you know part of it or could be but it could be walking in a in a powerful way of swing in the grand kids anything that gives you the briefing note here a little heavier for fifteen to twenty minutes swimming dancing tennis golf not so much I mean it most of the cart to the holes and get out and you know do a little thing with the club jazz or size gonna get a chance I'd be great another thing any of the group activity spin class of step aerobics in all of those things and there's also another benefit that goes with us not just the activity but the connection to other people and what that gives you a sense of not only community but joy more peace and happiness which is what we all strive for in our license you know it's it's kind of an elusive goal but exercise is one way to enhance it yeah absolutely yeah and as you say the the healthy person has a thousand wishes and the person that is not well has but one fantastic that quote yeah I love that quote I get honey cut is how you follow him on Twitter and how do you how do we find out more online I know you have some videos there and a lot of free stuff a lot of a lot of wisdom you pass on how to folks get to that well it it is just as you mentioned a TM give her the cat dot com or the if they want to hear a lot of radios and podcasts they can you know go on online and and find the podcast under one honey cut or worn honey cut dot com there's a lot of stuff there but the recipes and videos and so on their their give any cut in that so the place to go for for all of that all right terrific Warren thank you so much for joining us always great to have you on thanks for your wisdom and your time and tell miss Betty we all said hello here in Memphis and all the best to you will do GM before we leave can I can I mention one thing yes who who is the picture that you posted on Facebook and claimed it was you you and I both know you were never that cute wise I'm just not and that is absolutely made from nineteen seventy eight I'm just not sure when things went downhill from there I will tell you that was the seventies that was you know that was back when **** carpet and you know back in the old days everything I'll tell you I never got into I'm not I never got into the van with the airbrush bear on the side that I'll tell you that much okay so that my generation a lot of times a lot of rain how is worn honey K. he's a layers I love him Memphis morning.

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"mister america" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 2 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

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"mister america" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

10:51 min | 2 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"From last to check in and what's out JD hello Sir it's good to talk with you well that's very nice and prim and proper for you but I don't know that I've ever done anything that's marriage being called star so Jodi Mack will do well Mister America bugs one question for you and it's just on the fourth down a team to the point in here so I believe there's a rule where hi I think they can try to feel go on fourth down right one or more teams do that it depends on the length of the field goal you're looking at your right to Lucy got a big back when so you got a sixty yard field goal you're probably not going to make the what the heck you give it a shot in the worst case scenario is they wanna back like they would run back upon best case scenario is you get three points right but he is at either I I doubt you're not understanding but I if I need to explain to explain to you if you add ten to a sixty plus yard field goal you say well they can run it out back like a point well that'd choice if they don't want to run it back the ball comes back to the spot of the missed field goal so you're giving the ball to the other team at the forty plus yard line where is if you've got a real good punter and you think you can get it out of bounds or get it I enough to get your team down in coverage and have a guy keep it from bouncing in the end zone you can pin a team inside the ten so you're looking about forty yards key yards of field percentage that's why teams don't just kicked a field goal every single time and say what we dare you to want to back you don't have to run a bag in his on ball bounce and you get this the bald spot on the missed field very good well I guess if I have anything else to say I was a bears fan will take com Brady you think Brady in Chicago next year we'll take him send them up it should be fine the Brady free agent experience thanks for the call Chicago a market town wife probably have some modeling opportunities there now I don't see him going to the bears every good teams not a bad team they're not a top team could Brady swing in and out certainly he Brady over mature basically is not a hard call to make now with all the money that they've invested in certain players on both the offences identity right side over the last couple years don't know how they would be standing cap wise if they could pay Brady and that's another thing we honestly don't know what is Brady gonna make this year I give Tom Brady owl a hard time because I can't stand him because I'm a jet fan and yes it's the big green monster rearing its ugly fat I'm very jealous of his continued success in you divisional championships in super balls and the like at south I'm from that front I don't like very a little bit but I acknowledge his greatness in many ways shapes and forms including the fact that I think is the greatest quarterback of all time in history National Football League and another thing I give my major not in is he is not asked for every last dollar whenever his contract is that up he has signed a team friendly deal after team friendly deal at least my expectation my level of the evaluating Tom Brady units worked on the open market as per what do you complex is on the field he's done the right thing by the patriots over and over and over again I don't know if that's going to be the case this time they may well be may do it again and say listen I really have no desire to play anywhere else I want to retire is a patriot I yeah I'm going to be compensated but I don't need to be diced a quarterback or top five paid quarterback or top ten pay quarterback he may go back to New England for a glass if he goes on the open market my guess is he's going to want to get every bit of thirty million dollars poorer that's why people have suggested the most natural landing spot for him would be the Los Angeles Chargers because he would actually change their bottom line moving into new stadium that many more seats to sal Hollywood to bring in the gold yeah there is some potential upside down well he's no one it's trunk good at potential upside so you can get a lot of money there what would he be more to the Chicago Bears I team needs a good idea it could be if they could get there is significantly improved quarterback play they couldn't call themselves a legit contender I don't know what his seasonal salary would be I I I I I usually have a good grasp on the stains in can tell you within a couple of million dollars here and there and hi this team would have to pay more this team would have to Pam last I got no idea the way the Brady thing is going to fall in due to a large part the fact that yeah we actually saw some cracks in the armour this past year the knowing our fence was pretty bad now I will certainly point to the fact that other in Julian Edelman I don't think he had much help at all white pretty good receiver out of the backfield but again if you're number one thread in the receiving game is a running back he's not a complementary piece that's a problem to begin with how much but why is the lack of weapons around him and how much of it was you have by the time is finally catching up with Tom Brady that's what his new employer has to figure out and his salary will at least in part be dictated by that Gary from Jacksonville's up on CBS sports radio agak first of all like to congratulate your cohort Mike Holmgren elected to the pro football hall of fame and having them do it on TV with his family there that was great again yesterday yeah and the CBS show neither coach got in and I I didn't even know was going on I was on the air at the time so I saw him hugging some guy on camera it looks like it is kids and or his wife was coming out I had no idea what was going on can't hear it by in cold power that is I did get the official not into the hall of fame my goal to make it into the hall of fame someday they always are full guy whatever game is regarded as forms the players when there and that that and we said god I'm not I'm sure what his name is but he was the one that was right I had no idea who he was to be truthful yeah I recognize the name but I didn't know what he looked like so I had to be told afterwards what was going on but your you can be more spot on it was laid out more better than this year for any read everything went right we started with the patriots in week seventeen and everything else that happened afterwards in Boise it's got to be shell shocked right now Jody remember showed for the night always Missouri as for Lamar Jackson's floors up returning the plastic because the memory of help that he was last year for which he was a rookie in this year he certainly was much improved Judy GMB Brady this for me is a much more gotta get over it you can analyze it I don't care what his numbers were due in March hollow numbers ever put up in the history of the National Football League E. E. your stance on Friday I thought was a little harsh it is certainly more realistic after what transpired yesterday I'm doing a lot of those to do Judy neck you know because very insightful thank you Sir appreciate it use your little inside when when you come out with us lastly do you know the Richard Richard Gere in are just like you know she because the fact that the planet of schedule they did a lot of a lot of top twenty teams were more hardened United the SEC's top to bottom much better in the ACC I think circles came in the fourth quarter that's going to be the difference because goes into the grinder and develop shingles on the wind would blow Joe used Joe do you have to say this is one of the greatest seasons ever bar called quarterback to be able to in center if they bought Clemson tomorrow next week you give me a call we'll talk about it you're right there's a chance we could look back a day here and say that's one of the greatest years ever put together by a college football team because they did run the gauntlet of the SEC truck down all of the top comers became their way blew out all call minutes semifinal game after win handily against Clemson yeah you're right however I am Clemson's defense there's so many things so many different ways you can analyze the stuff before it actually happens I'd like to be tested before I get to a championship game I know like you you said ran the gauntlet they did to the entire SEC including a championship game but last week or last week it seems like a month ago why would I call last week fifteen days ago when a couch Oklahoma when he scored seven touchdowns in the first tab they truly warrant tested so I haven't really been tested in a month at least climbs in god task Roman outstanding Ohio state team that they fell behind that they made a couple of big stops whipped in the first half and while I stated been able to score a touchdown Dryden and she'll feel good guys settle field goals with their red zone drives in the first half they win a game they're going to date such a whole Clinton can't get out of it but they left Clemson in it because they had to settle for field goals I wanted out was Clemson's defense coming up would plays when they needed it most they did the bend but not break thing on defense and yes Clinton was good enough with Lawrence pulled arm and leg the big touchdown run of course was a huge play in that game being the difference in that contest so even though LA if you had the coffers season on questioned as he see above the ACC not even close who had the top first semi final game mon and on paper it was climbs in having a play allows stayed on the field was unquestionably clients in having a rally against Ohio state worries LA Hugh breeze.

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"mister america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Twitter and I am very grateful to you for take for taking all this time for that reason it's very very kind of yes so thank you very much well thank kill and I am offended shell so there's that Rosie Perez like we said the interview she doesn't really have anything to promote right now so what can we plug she's basically great and everything that she does she is also the co founder of the urban arts partnership it's a long running New York nonprofit works in education and the arts you can find them online at urban arts dot for time now for a segment that we call the craziest day of my entire career where we let some of our favorite people tell us the wildest stories from their long careers in show business next up Tim Heidecker team is of course half of the very funny comedy duo Tim and Eric a partnership that has spawned for television shows countless tours and a feature film also this song which they proposed as a commercial jingle for rollers Rolo Tony brown town check itself at the door give someone give someone give me some all your role Tim is also kept himself busy with other pursuits as an actor he appeared in bridesmaids and Jordan peels us among others he also hosts adult swim's on cinema at the cinema alongside Greg Turkington it's S. stand simply a movie review show where he and Greg play kind of a low budget fictionalized versions of themselves reviewing the week's latest movies only in its eleven seasons Tim has nearly killed himself with new age medicine overdosed on nutritional vaping systems performed in corny rock and electronic music acts and done all kinds of other crazy stuff his character is also the star and creator of another show called decker kind of a twenty four style spy thriller with a much lower budget you'll hear more about that later most recently on on cinema Tim ran for district attorney in the county of San Bernadino California that campaign is the subject of the new movie Mister America in it Tim dons a shrubby suit and solicits real people to vote for a bizarre somewhat reactionary ultimately doomed campaign I'm coming out here talking to voters.

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"mister america" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"Doctor fitness the former Mister America Miss Universe nineteen these life coach training nutritionist and the guy who likes to get people motivated particular people my age good afternoon it is Sunday afternoons for twenty one after my show normally is heard at three o'clock on Saturday so let your friends know okay who may benefit from my mind my wisdom my knowledge my experience they can hear my show every Saturday live at three o'clock I hear some things I'd like to share with you where is sad shape ladies and gentleman I mean I may sound like a man I'm not mad I I I I do this with passion I love people I want to see you healthy I want to see people as we get older to enjoy our lives and one thing is for sure listen to me closely you will have a health episode it is a definite I don't care who you are I don't care what you do just by the fact that you're getting older sooner or later you're gonna get caught in the C. your pants by to see your pants with a health issue it's inevitable I know I've experienced one if your first time listen let me tell you what I've experienced it was a life and death back in June I was diagnosed with infectious cardio myopathy which means I picked up as a bug from somebody somewhere in an infected my heart cause congestive heart failure that is a fact I went to emergency had double pneumonia in my lungs in twenty four hours I had heart of hearts function of ten to fifteen percent they were talking heart transplant yeah this is June I mean my whole life flashed in front of me I did everything right Dr fitness exercise the right way he watches diet the right way my bloody profile they kept commenting how good it looked was great it took them almost killing me by doing an angiogram drop my blood pressure fifty because they wouldn't listen to me that to determine I didn't have problems with my heart I had an infection because nothing was wrong with the heart but it's a scary thing because your your life just flashes in front of you you know you've done everything right everything you've been you learn taught to teach people how to take care of themselves but it was it one thing I can tell my listeners sooner or later it's going to get you by the grace of god I'm here today by the way isn't that I had by people I've had that I've learned from Bob guide who taught me how to exercise they said my conditioning save my life my work out today is exactly the same as it was before I got sick I wasn't supposed to live more than five pounds yeah they tell me that yeah the one five pounds my heart is now up to thirty seven which is beyond the the the the boundary of thirty five were there not as worried about you normals fifty five my goal is to have a to normal by end of year yeah got a lot still to do as part of its getting my listeners to make his life searching people my age group what I learned a lot from that process well I was in the hospital cardio vascular word of one of the best hospitals in the country for heart over here on the dial they kept pushing cholesterol medication the doctors and I kept question why do I need Lipitor work because that's what they prescribed when my lipids are so good they could not give me a good answer three or four doctors same thing it's good for you as how can be good for you and lowers coke you ten which allows the heart to make energy and it did when you have digested far failure the lower of coke you take an increase the risk of getting the same thing I had yeah and your card a vast whatever the best hospitals in the country and what you're feeding people as a high carb diet French toast pancakes orange juice yes your cereal bagels and all they were concerned with was sodium it was it but fortunately for me I have the knowledge and the wisdom to know that's not the diet to be on my family brought me my food so enabled me to sit here today and talk about this okay cardio vascular disease we know this is increased risk of cardiovascular disease when your blood sugar is.

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"mister america" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"mister america" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"The internet I started the interview with the gift why because I have a new book out in his the audio there are two people my wife got a first copy of my book it's not out yet the day before I gave one to Newt Gingrich we were at his wife's residence she's now the ambassador to the holy see in Rome he got the second dedicated copy third person on the planet is a cool sexy Pompeii and I gave him this book yesterday cut fifteen I want to say thank you for inviting me so this book for my console comes out Tuesday oh my god gave the first copy to speaker Gingrich last night so the second. because the my friend. that is the number two. number two well and my wife so he's number three but Mike doesn't know that that's not tell him the wall for America sold get it at Amazon dot com now or a signed copy if you prefer you can get one like mine if you go to my website said goal could dot com recycle beat of the war for America's salt but now I have to talk about the book that's been on my bed. stand by bedside stand since I received an early copy and it's from a friend columnist of the daily signal that the foundation fabulous the publication he's Jared Stedman the title is the war on the history I'm just gonna start with the big philosophical question thank you John for joining us in the studio today why is it important for some people to fake history yeah it's really too fake and undermine American history in the genuine values that made up this country and I think that there is a concerted effort by radicals in this country who want Americans they want to suffer Americans from their past from our traditional values and they want to replace it with other things the half utopian ideas made these people are socialists and and on the far left they want Americans to forget about their history about the things that made this country great to replace it with something else to replace it with radical doctrines that they say will free the world of oppression and all these things but that's not the case it's actually going to do damage is gonna do damage to freedom in this country and I think we really have to take a stand for the the men and ideas who who alternately made this country great to begin with you you break it down in your book you talk about chapter by chapter the war in America the war on thanksgiving the war on the founding the war on the common man the war on the south you people who care about the future of our country and want to know the mechanics of how we got to a place right now with fifty two percent of millennials would prefer to live in a socialist will call Mister America you need to get this book okay it is crucial to understand its dance that meant the war on history how significant is it Jared the most popular history textbook for decades now is from a man who hated this country whose name was how the season it's incredibly important I think this is where the main battleground has been in this country I mean you look at what's happening to our institutions I mean there's a poll that just came out recently. about a college educated Americans who say they're proud of being American his dropped two of certainly low levels and I think in part we have to think people like Howard Zinn whose doctrines have infiltrated our schools from indicated toll level up to the higher education in this country it's turning a lot of young Americans against our country it's making them think that American was rotten at its root that it needs to be replaced by something else and I think that that is what the heart of the struggle is I think previous generations of Americans understood these things but my generation millennials and the younger ones coming up they don't know these things because they're forced a lot of garbage in their schools they're forced it fit a lot of history that tries to re frame our past and very that dark in negative terms and I think that is one of the most premier battle grounds for the soul of this country is in history I get lost a lot when I travel and give speeches how did we get here how do we get to this point where young kids hate Americans think the world's going to end in in eleven years and I always give the same response are like you'll take I say you're one of who's responsible my friends..

fifty two percent eleven years