35 Burst results for "Molina"

Molina homers, Edman drives in three as Cards beat Giants

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | 2 weeks ago

Molina homers, Edman drives in three as Cards beat Giants

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There Is No Left Without a Lie

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:49 min | 6 months ago

There Is No Left Without a Lie

"So anyway, I was telling you about the world of the left in which they live, right? Where kids need vaccines. And where they believe that if you have fewer police you will have less crime. You understand. I mean, it's up there with men give birth. And it's fair for a biological man. To compete in women's sports, these people are crazy. They're crackpots. Not just bad they're crackpots. They're trying to move us backwards said Molina Abdullah cofounder of Black Lives Matter Los Angeles. This is the LA times. We don't want to move backward. We want to move forward. A villa called avant's killing, remember this woman? In Beverly Hills, two 30 in the morning, shot dead in her home. She called a killing horrific and appalling and said Black Lives Matter mourns with her family. But she said officials must not be allowed to use avant's death, or recent property crime to push for more policing, cash bail or other tough on crime measures. That she said have been proved not to work. Is that amazing? I told you, without lying, there's no left. I mean that literally, I swear before my holy God. I believe that if truth prevailed, there would be no left. They are based on lies. This is a lie.

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Cardinals set team record with 15th straight win, beat Cubs

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 8 months ago

Cardinals set team record with 15th straight win, beat Cubs

"The cardinals picked up their fifteenth consecutive win is Harrison bait or Tyler o'neill and Paul the young homered in an eight five win over the cubs in Chicago the young sac fly broke a four four tie in the seventh catcher Yadier Molina and center fielder bait or were part of a pair of run down to the game a double play preserving the Redbirds one run lead in the eighth it was the fourth double play of the afternoon for the cards who have homered eleven times in the first three games of the series St Louis topped the previous club record to fourteen wins set in July nineteen thirty five on the ferry

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Goldschmidt homers twice, Cards beat Brewers for 12th in row

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 8 months ago

Goldschmidt homers twice, Cards beat Brewers for 12th in row

"The cardinals winning streak is now at twelve games after they stormed back from a five nothing deficit to beat the brewers eight to five Paul Goldschmidt homered twice and had three RBIs for the cardinals alone their longest winning streak since the nineteen eighty two World Series team goldsmith said it was a great comeback started pretty small there in the seventh inning with a couple walks at least maybe three us forget how the first guy got on and then you know just a big kid here there and you know the next inning so everyone just kind of doing their job St Louis is to offer club record for consecutive victories set in nineteen thirty five Yadier Molina had two RBIs including the run scoring single bit ignited the cards come back the brewers magic number remains three for clinching the NL central I'm Dave Ferrie

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Molina Homers, Wainwright Wins as Cards Beat Dodgers 5–4

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Molina Homers, Wainwright Wins as Cards Beat Dodgers 5–4

"Adam Wainwright wins his fourth consecutive start leading the cardinals past the Dodgers by before the forty year old now has a record of fifteen and seven after working eight and a third innings allowing four runs on seven hits to help the red burst into a four game losing skid today is a must win game yeah I just I did I just felt like we had to have it well we gotta get split from them in my opinion we just it was just it was just a must win game your your Molina belts a two run home run in Tyler Neal solo shop for the repairs next month he gets his thirty first Homer for the Dodgers who fall two games behind division leading San Francisco in the you know west the losing pitcher has met twice the same goes to Giovanni guy Aigles Mike Reeves St Louis

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Arenado Hits 2 of Cards' 6 HRs in 15-4 Blowout of Brewers

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 9 months ago

Arenado Hits 2 of Cards' 6 HRs in 15-4 Blowout of Brewers

"Nolan arenado homered twice in the first three innings of the cardinals fifteen to four dismantling of the brewers Yadier Molina hit a grand slam Harrison Peter had a three run Homer Tyler o'neill provided a two run blast and a bando Sosa added a solo shot when he pitcher Adam Wainwright held Milwaukee to Warner run over six and a third innings deadly of good rhythm going out there definitely feel like of I'm in sync with with their with them is going to continue to keep working my delivery really tight Freddy Peralta was reached for four runs over two frames the cardinals pulled within one and a half games at Cincinnati for the second NL wild card the brewers still lead the NL central by ten games over the Reds I'm Dave Ferrie

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The MLB, the Atlantic League and Moving the Mound Experiment

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

02:09 min | 9 months ago

The MLB, the Atlantic League and Moving the Mound Experiment

"I wrote about moving back in mid march and that was before it was officially announced that the atlantic could be doing that this year. I think that announcement came. I don't know maybe th in the weeks or months after that article came out and this was something that they had talked about doing in twenty nineteen that they were going to implement a two foot move in the mound and the atlantic league at midseason. And that didn't end up happening in the sense that i got when i was working on my piece earlier. This year is that basically. They were worried about players. You know having workman's comp concerns or or having injuries occur and basically that players would not be happy with this change and that there would be a lot of objections and so they didn't end up doing it that year and then they did this year but only half of the distance just a one foot move and even so hit did not go over well so tell us a little bit about what you learned about how players responded to this both when it was announced if they were even aware of it at that time and since it went into effect earlier this month. Yes so it's more than a handful of players. Mostly pitchers are a feel for what it's like to be in this league. Vins experimenting in a way. That in run countermeasure you. Your career aspirations your individual performance and also your health because there's a lot of sixty one foot now and we don't know about regarded to where it goes to your body and your arm health whatnot. And i think it's fair to say that the players are not overly pleased with how the week has shifted when it comes to the sixty one foot mount self. All the pictures basically agree that had been able to adjust and it wasn't a big deal anymore. Now you know. They did mention like similar. Soffer tossing teammates have issues like there are actual effects on each quality men quality. And what have you so. I don't wanna make it sound like there's no difference whatsoever. Just they were overcome those despite some let's say less than i he'll scheduling and logistical aspects to it but what players are really stressed about. Is that yes. The weakest mobis

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"molina" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

08:09 min | 9 months ago

"molina" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I am happy that i got to do it for this episode. I think i might make this my ringtone. Hey ben jose molina speaking here. Although i do make that my ring tone. I guess i'll be disappointed when it turns out that the person calling the isn't actually jose molina anyway. This week it was. I have found one of the few people who appreciate catcher framing as much as meg to sub in for her so without further delay. Let's hear jose. I am joined now by longtime major leaguer and master of framing and current. Angels catching coach. Jose molina jose. Welcome to the show. Thank you for having me. So i wanna start by telling you about when i realized just how valuable a good defensive catcher could be also how valuable. Your defense was in two thousand nine. You were catching for the yankees. And i was an intern in the yankees baseball operations department that year. So we both got to ride in the parade. After the team won the world series. But only one of us got a ring and it wasn't me anyway. In late april of that year yukata game where the yankees shut out the tigers behind phil hughes and some members of the front office were so impressed by your performance that they started talking about whether you might actually be more valuable than the starting catcher at the time where he peseta. Because you're receiving skills were so good and pitch tracking technology was still pretty new then so they hadn't really studied how much screaming mattered. But just before. I showed up for my first day at work in early. May there is an intern. Name alex rubin who started to look into that and discovered that framing really mattered. More than they thought. You were the best in baseball at it at the time so when i walked in people were talking about you and comparing peseta which surprised me because he was such a good hitter and five time all star and was making so much more money. And you know. I knew you had a reputation for being a great defender and i knew you played an important defensive position but i just didn't understand how huge difference it made to have someone who could make pitches more likely to be called strikes and i'm sure you knew that all along but when did you find out that people had finally figured out what framing was worth and started to quantify it and that your numbers were so good. Well i mean honestly. I worked hard on my defense. So that's that's people talk about. Just framing Yeah freeman is a huge part of the game because you cut one hundred. Fifty to two hundred pitches tonight Yes issues But when you work everything And you take pride on everything. I think The whole game become really important. So yes my Was good and and what i did and am my You know framing skills But but you know what a really work hard on it. I work hard on annoying. My pitching staff. I work hard on knowing What type of teachers they have spent work hard on Give them so much confidence that they trust a man what what to put and Put down and they follow it and Honestly you know. It's just a skills i mean. They just had to have the skills to receive the ball to see the bogut. All the way to your love I was a nighttime. I was really quiet. Yeah i don't know what the as comes with everybody's moving the glove If you say my videos and i'm happy to hugh see it yes. I was really quiet. So that's that's the only difference that i don't Especially these days. I see from my cell so I really don't know where that come from. Not from me for. I mean. I'm really happy to knowing by like good framing guy to But for sure not a guide to move the club a lot. That wasn't me. Oh yeah for a few years. After i found out and and i realized how important this west my favorite kind of baseball highlight was watching. You catch pitches. Because i watched a lot of catchers to try to figure out what the good ones were doing and why they were better than others and you always stood out because when you pitches your body was so still and your gloves. Just barely budged. And there wasn't any motion could make an umpire. Thank you had to reach for the pitch and when you did pull a pitch toward zone. It was so quick and subtle. You weren't yanking the ball in an obvious way. So were you always able to do that or did you learn from someone or have some specific way to train that the way i learned how to catch you know that's the way i learned how to catch it just to be steadying quiet. Use my hands instead of my buddy You know the last move you have in your glove the more Patients you're gonna get cold these days. I don't know it's it's it's incredible. How guys tried to move their glove and just think about it. Just how hard to hit a moving target you know we. We tell the pitcher to hit a moment target It's it's going to cost them but you know what that's the way we're going these days i think crown office people like it so We just had to just stay back and let them do their job. for me. That's not a way that i will learn I mean story There's not a way that i will teach. That's not my way so it's up to them you know. Let me work away. I want to or i guess. Find somebody else to do it the wrong way. Yeah and i guess you always had this ability and we're always trying to do that but late in your career when the computers came along and they finally figured out how to quantify this. Were you aware of that. You know when you were with tampa bay or toronto. Did you know that front offices were finally figuring out what that was worth and really putting priority on it No not really. I wasn't even put in tension to that. Because i knew the way a Frame it is still frame and current hundred thirty years so we just the way computers are to this day that they they can calculate it and they can make that up in work for the best. So i mean when when you know way first of all if you know yourself you can that you are a good defensive catcher in a metal whether computers you're gonna be good you know so for them when you when you had that confident in yourself to do it that you're good and you can do it that way then the computer in just for them now for you. These days. this the way they do it they go ahead and finish the game up there. i in. They're looking to see if their numbers were. I know my numbers were good. So i don't even have to go through their right. Yea and what. Your career was kind of unusual in that you played more games and you had your highest single-season salary toward the end when you were in your late thirties. And i'm guessing it's not because you got better. It's just because teams like the race. Who signed you in twenty eleven had finally learned how good you always were so i i wonder if you had debuted later or the pitch tracking technology had come along sooner and everyone had really understood. What a difference you were making. I wonder whether you would have gotten more playing time or made more money over the course of your career. Is that something you've thought about it. I'll never how is you know the less. I think the better but i will be so I know because you cannot put yourself in this time of the where where you plant or you know this new era. You cannot do that. That will be hard for yourself. what you try to do in this new era strategy what you did a couple years ago. Six seven eight ten years ago and because he worked for you. But like i say i mean it's not everybody that wanted to do it the way. He's they go different route. That's okay. I don't i don't mind Best ways but i know my way. It went comfortable. we really works and I wish. I just wish that people start going to towards that direction again because it's how hard is to move to like i say before to hit a moving target and we make in tougher and teachers try to hit moving targets but like i said before the best way..

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"molina" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

07:06 min | 9 months ago

"molina" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"My podcast emails have been getting stuck in the spam filter lately so after this had been going on for awhile i checked by spam filter and guess what there were many more emails about this and they're expected to stuck getting telegrams or faxes. Maybe i'll go check my mailbox in a few days. I'll have some letters in there about this so to try to forestall future emails. I am mentioning this dall- acknowledging the oversight thanking everyone for pointing it out. We had frequent correspondence reading in. We had first time e-mailers reading in. I'd briefly considered just posting an entire episode. Just like a one minute long episodes to say hey got your email thank. You should've mentioned the three batterman bump thing. But i figured i would wait it out in note here and really well. It was not fun to get this constant stream of emails about a single subject. Each one of which reminded me that we probably should have brought that up on the episode. I will say that all of the emails were unfailingly polite. Nobody was reading in to say. Hey you dummies should mention the three bedroom minimums. They were all very courteous and people just trying to be helpful. Many people said somewhere in their message. You may have already got some messages about this. Oh yeah believe me. We did although there are other times when people will email us and say. I bet you're getting lots of emails about this and we're not there the only one so. I don't want to discourage anyone from emailing about possible omissions and oversights in the future by all means let us know. I answered every message although i will confess to copying and pasting after awhile and you know we respond to a lot of podcast emails. We don't respond to all of them but we do read all of them and they actually just go to my regular impacts with a label for the podcast. But i get notified a path them the way i do about an email from my mom or my boss so my phone is constantly buzzing with podcast emails about the three batum this week anyway while there was a certain monotony to the messages it really made me grateful for our audience in our listeners. Because all of these people were responding to a segment that was more than an hour into that episode. i think and it was about the most inconsequential of possible baseball subjects. Which pitcher issues. The intentional walk in a small subset of all intentional walks. Were talking about like ten percent of intentional. Walks here and intentional walks. Infrequent as it is in this era of baseball and many people who pay attention to baseball would say who cares rich pitcher issues the intentional walk and yet our audience cares and not only. Are they listening. But they are listening actively an attentively and thinking along with us and in some cases out thinking us and taking the time to write in and that makes me feel good is the only thing worse than not noting the three batterman ruin a stat plas than getting fifty messages about it would be not noting it and getting zero messages about it. Which would suggest that no one was listening and no one cared so far. Prefer it this way. Listener responses are a huge part of this podcast. More so than any podcast. I listened to and please please keep them coming. Just you know. Not about the three batum and intentional walks. Now let me tell you about our first guest. Today jose molina the middle molina brother. Here's how this happened. I contacted the angels last week to invite shohei ohtani interpreter. Epa mizuhara on the podcast. Anti thank this for the request but respectfully declined likes to stay out of the spotlight but the angel say hey. We like faint graphs. We're happy to help in the future. If we can and so i said hey why have you might as well shoot mesh at. Could we talk to jose. Molina for those of you who have been listening to me or reading me for awhile. You know that. Jose molina is one of my favorite players of all time. Which probably makes me some sort of baseball hipster. It's true jose molina is my muse and the reason is that he is the best framer in recorded baseball history and of course when it comes to framing recorded history only goes back to two thousand eight four pitch fx or one thousand nine hundred eighty eight for ball strike data but in the pitch tracking era. Jose molina lapsed the field a link to the spreadsheet on our show page but there are one hundred forty catchers who've caught at least one thousand innings since two thousand eight molina's framing according to fan graphs was worth thirty. Five point seven runs per thousand innings. Which is roughly a full season. i starting catcher. No one is even close to that. Greg john is the next highest at twenty five point. Six they're only four guys molina's zahn paulblanco and david ross over twenty and he is over thirty five. I didn't even have to set an innings minimum and he was still the highest on a framing runs per inning basis. So that means even without being much of a hitter and even before factoring in his other defensive abilities she was worth three to four wins a year or would have been if he had played regularly just for making pitches more likely to be called strikes and some people wish that were to think maybe in a fairer world. it wouldn't be but as of now it is and it matters and almost no one knew it at the time. So i know it's not the sexiest l. But jose molina was about as good at that aspect of his job as any baseball player has been anything now. Part of that is that he was catching at the advent of pitch tracking technology when there was less awareness of framing and teams were prioritizing less and so there were still some terrible framers tat time ryan dome it still roamed the earth and so that made him look a little bit better relative to the average but even so he's a framing savant and he's been a pretty important figure in my professional life in that as you will hear me. Tell him on my first day as a baseball operations intern for the yankees. In two thousand nine. I learned that framing mattered. Way more than i had ever suspected in that. Jose molina was much more valuable than i ever thought. And if you look at fan graphs war right now. You can see that. Jose molina in the pitch tracking era had higher wars than horrid kasahda in his years with the yankees beside of course was a great hitter during his career but once the framing stats get factored in his work. Kind of dropped off a cliff. Of course he was getting on in years by that point to a went on to write about molina many many times at baseball prospectus. The first piece i ever wrote for grantland was about catcher framing and had many gifts. I still have some emails at spreadsheets. From when i was an intern in late. Two thousand nine and one of them the result of this early framing study before there was really much public work in that area said this our best estimates of pitch framing say that a team with jose molina catching instead of four hypothetic gives up point five eight fewer runs per game to help put point five eight runs per game into context. We'll try to answer the question of how much better must be with the bat to make up the difference. A gap of point. Five eight runs per game as equivalent to a five hundred point swing. Ps that means a posada. Were to put up an eight forty in two thousand ten. As long as lina had an opium of three forty or better. Lena would be the more valuable player. In fact tori assad hit like albert pools and jose. Molina could hit. Like jose molina and molina would still be better. I didn't write that. Another intern wrote that. My friend and fellow intern alex rubin wrote that was one of the most underappreciated and underpaid players in baseball harry police at baseball prospectus later dubbed him framing jesus and the reason why it made such an impact on me was as statistically speaking. It was pretty cool to find out that someone. I thought was a marginal backup. Catcher was actually a very valuable player and more valuable than some star. Starting catchers but also because aesthetically speaking. I came to appreciate the skill that went into receiving and i really grew to love watching him work so i wanted to talk to him for a long time..

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"molina" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

05:02 min | 9 months ago

"molina" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast

"I will be joined by. Rj anderson from cbs sports to talk about the atlantic league moving. The mound backed by a foot. Rich happened early this month and will discuss some of the early effects of that as well as some of the consternation caused among players. And we'll discuss how changes like this should be handled and why this particular tweet caused such an uproar before bring in rj. I will be joined by. Jose molina the former major league catcher. Who had a fifteen year career with the cubs in the angels and the yankees and the blue jays and the raise is currently the catching coach for the angels and talk to him about catcher framing and robot umpires and the future and some of the finer points of the position while also talk about his brother and how the molina's l. made the majors more on melina in a moment before i get to. Our guests must for the sake of my peace of find in my inbox. Follow up on something from our previous episode. Have you ever been on an email thread that turned into an endless string of people replying all whether because the initial sender forgot to bcc everyone or because the recipients of the email on necessarily replied all instead of just replying to the sender. It's like a train wreck you can see coming. You get those initial emails that you didn't need to receive and then there's a flurry of those and then people start replying all to those saying you don't need to reply all and it goes on and on and it's the self perpetuating process and before you know it your impacts is clogged with tons and tons of emails all saying some variation of the same thing. Well something a lot like that happened to my in in begs impacts at podcast. Thank dot com this week. And i will tell you why so an episode seventeen thirty seven. We did a couple of staff blasts and one of them was about intentional. Walks specifically the question of whether when there is a pitching change. The outgoing pitcher issues intentional walk or the incoming pitcher issues. The intentional walk and in the course of that step last discovered that over the past five seasons. The percentage has shifted from its historic rate of about eighty five percent of the time. It would be the outgoing pitcher guy who got in the jam in the first place would be the one charged with that runner to now. It's about fifty fifty or even slightly leaning towards the incoming pitcher and we noted that one potential explanation is that starting in twenty seventeen when this shift began to happen. Intentional walks went from throwing four balls to just signaling for the automatic intentional walk and we noted that whereas in the past managers were sometimes reluctant to have fresh pitcher. Come out of the pen in immediately. Throw four pitches out of the strike zone now. That's not concerned. And so we have seen the shift in the rate which has coincided with that change to the automatic intentional walk now one factor that we neglected to mention which we should have is that there has been another rule change that has probably had some impact here the change in two thousand nineteen to three batter minimum. So now if you bring in a reliever he either has to face three batters or he has to finish the inning. And thus there is more incentive for the manager to have the incoming pitcher issued the intentional walk because that does count as a batter faced. And then you have one down only to go now. I think you're usually hoping the pitcher you bring in mid inning. We'll finish the inning. But not every time and it doesn't hurt to have that. I better face down just in case things go wrong. The decline in the outgoing pitcher percentage started before the three better minimum went into effect and the magnitude of the change has been split about evenly between after the intentional walk but before the three better minimum and after the intentional walk and after three bedroom last season was the first year with the three better minimum in effect and the rate barely changed at all. It has changed subsequently this season. So i don't think that explains all of it. But i'm sure it explained some of it and really when you factor that in managers probably should be using the incoming pitcher almost all of the time. Because why not you know. Last time we said well it might as well be fifty fifty because it doesn't make a difference anymore but if you take the three better minimum into account then it probably does make sense to have the incoming pitcher do it. Anyway that slipped our minds. Baseball analysis can be complicated. They're all kinds of confounding factors. We were focusing on one rule change and failed to bring up another. That's also playing a part. So i posted this episode. I think it was about four a m eastern and often. I'll do that. I'll post an episode early in the morning. Then i'll go get some sleep. Then i'll come back. And i'm always surprised and gratified to find that by the time i get up again. They're already people who have listened to the entire episode and have taken the time to email us about something well this time. I posted that episode early. Monday morning by the time. I got up later on monday. We already had several emails about this one thing people pointing out. Hey i was just thinking that maybe the minimum has had some effect here. And i thought to myself. Oh because if we already had a bunch of emails about it by that time i just knew there was going to be a day lose and they were going to keep coming and coming and coming and what they have as i record this. I think we're up to about forty emails on this same subject. That is not counting the tweets about it. The facebook comments about the comment on the show page at fed graphs about it. At least one g chat. I got about it for some reason..

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"molina" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

Zero Credit(s)

01:57 min | 9 months ago

"molina" Discussed on Zero Credit(s)

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Cardinals Sign Yadier Molina to One-Year Extension

Lance McAlister

00:18 sec | 9 months ago

Cardinals Sign Yadier Molina to One-Year Extension

How to Store Your COVID Vaccine Card on Your Phone

Talking Tech

02:16 min | 10 months ago

How to Store Your COVID Vaccine Card on Your Phone

"Listeners. It's molina welcome back to talking tech co host. Mike snyder is off today as the delta variant of the cove in nineteen virus runs rampant throughout the. Us we're starting to see a renewed push to get more americans vaccinated and we're also seeing a lot of businesses and governments step forward to require more employees to get the vaccine for example president. Joe biden said last week he would require federal workers to verify david vaccinated or undergo regular testing. We've also seen companies and some local governments. Do the same. Even broadway said it's gonna make the same request of theatergoers before they can attend to show this of course means grabbing that cove in nineteen vaccine card that verifies that we got our vaccines. The question is how do you carry it because obviously it's not a small like i personally can't fit it in my wallet if you have a bag in a purse. Maybe but then you're also dealing with the annoyance of digging for it and pulling it out every time or because it's only the one card you might end up losing it. Fortunately we have something that we carry around with this all the time that can offer solution and that is our smartphone I write about this on tech that today dot com. I offer a few ways that you can add your covert card your smartphone to make the process easier and allow you to keep your card at home so you don't have to worry about losing it. Let's start with the easiest path which is take a picture seriously. It's that simple. You just put it down on the table. Hold it in your hand. Take a picture. You're done couple other things you want to consider. Though if you do this you wanna place it in a hidden album. So it can't be viewed in her library couple of reasons for this if say someone is using your phone and they're looking through your photos they can't see your cova card there but also you avoid that awkward scenario where you're having to find your cova card for some reason in your camera roll and you're you're having to scroll through repeatedly pictures of your family or dog your vacation just to get to one photo that you need to verify that you've been vaccinated. This takes a lot of that issue out of the way and you can have just one album with that. One image that alleged to quickly access it. If you plan to do this on an iphone basically what you do is you go to the share

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Big Changes Coming to Twitter

Talking Tech

02:34 min | 10 months ago

Big Changes Coming to Twitter

"Listeners. It's mike schneider here and i'm brett. Molina welcome back to talking tech. So there are changes coming soon on twitter. That's right brit. The social media platform has many new features of writing including spaces. Which is it's take on the audio chat app clubhouse clubhouse by the way no longer requires an invite so if you were interested in that you can check it out but back to twitter. Twitter is also starting to show up a feature called tip jar which allows users to send money directly to their favorite accounts. So there might be someone you see on twitter. You want to pay them. you know. Support them kind of like patriotic. Without going through victory on. I guess I guess i'm not a favorite yet. 'cause i tried to add this to mind. You know to supplement my income and no dice. so twitter's also seeking users to test it's super follows feature which will allow you to charge a monthly subscription fee for extra interactivity and content and another charging option ticketed spaces or you could charge for exclusive audio content. Now what's interesting here is that the company will take a cut based on the amount of money user makes until the user makes fifty thousand dollars. Twitter's cut his three percent after that twitter fee will increase to up to twenty percents on future earnings now. These are moves. Obviously increased revenue as the platform has grown from one hundred ninety nine million to two hundred six million monetize -able daily active users or another description. That is twitter users who could see ads when they're on the platform also in the works is something i and many other twitter's of ask for for a long time and undo tweet function. You ever sent a tweet and then you're like oh god i'd like to undo that will you can't delete it but you know a new tweet might be more elegant Twitter's testing blew a new subscription service. Let you undo tweets. That's being tested in canada and australia. how bad do i want to undo tweets. Bad enough to pay twitter. We may find out also in the early stages of testing is a down vote button which showed up for some users testing the upcoming apple. Ios fifteen now. This isn't a dislike button but sounds more like the upa vote option on. Read it and it's only on reply. So i guess you can vote or download replies on yours and others tweets now. Twitter says it's testing to understand the

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Peloton Making Its Own Fitness Video Game

Talking Tech

01:50 min | 10 months ago

Peloton Making Its Own Fitness Video Game

"Listeners. It's brought molina here. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking. Tech fitness giant. Peleton wants to turn your workouts into a game. Yes that's right. Mike peleton revealed its first endeavor called lane break. It's a rhythm based game for its bike and bike plus models. David tackles the company's senior director of product of product management said in a statement posted a peleton's website that the game requires players to match or sustain their cadence or resistance during a workout to get the highest possible score now bike. Riders can control their cadence with their legs speed and switch lanes by turning the resistance. Knob on their bikes. They'll also face multiple obstacles which are all synchronized to the beat of the music. They're listening to Tackle cities excited at the prospect of games helping the fitness space appeal to a wider audience. Of course it shouldn't be too surprising because we've seen a lot of big companies lately seem to dip their toes into the gaming space Amazon is about to launch a new open world. Online game called new world later this year. Meanwhile google continues work on. Its stadia cloud gaming platform and of course as we mentioned in yesterday's talking tech episode netflix hired a video game veteran from electronic arts which has fueled speculation the streaming giant might also make a play for video game fans. Well there's certainly seems to make sense. Amine peleton bike rides are kind of interactive experiences. Anyway you know and fitnesses made for application you know to keep exercisers interested in state. Of course you know it. It helps break the monotony of whatever. You're a regular workout is. I'm as you know. For instance like the apple. Fitness app has three rings for exercise. Stand in a movie in each

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Confirmed: We Played a Lot More Video Games During Pandemic

Talking Tech

02:01 min | 11 months ago

Confirmed: We Played a Lot More Video Games During Pandemic

"After the show to learn about special financing for talking tech listeners listeners. It's mike schneider here and i'm proud. Molina wilkin back to talking tech. Mike i know we wrote stories during the pandemic about people playing video games as we were forced to adopt a stay at home lifestyle but now there are some actual survey findings support. This tried brett. The entertainment software association. And that's the trade group that puts on the annual electronic entertainment expo which we refer to fondly as e three That association just released its annual essential facts about the video game industry report and found that more than half of video game players fifty five percent so that played more games during the pandemic and most players ninety percent so they'll continue playing after the country opens up. This is based on a four on four thousand. Us adults surveyed by the market research. Firm ipsos For the usa now some other findings Respondents said that video games provided stress relief. That was from fifty five percent of them and forty eight percent. Said you'll games provided a distraction Parents also said that video games churches in escape in a break for the kids. That's seventy one percent of parents surveyed said and more than half a parents. Fifty nine percent said their children play educational games in two thirds of parents. Sixty six percent said video games made the transition to distance learning easier for their kids. Some other interesting fact survey overall two hundred twenty seven million americans say they play video games and that's up from two hundred and fourteen million the year before. I don't know what you think. The average age of video game players brett but they are thirty one years old. How many games identify as female. Forty five percents Eighty percent of the game players in the us are over. Eighteen

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Molina's RBI Single in 9th Lifts Cardinals Past Marlins 1-0

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 1 year ago

Molina's RBI Single in 9th Lifts Cardinals Past Marlins 1-0

"The Adare Molina delivered his eighth career walk off hit with an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth completing the cardinals one nothing win and a three game sweep of the Marlins Paul Goldschmidt reached on an error by shortstop jazz Chisholm junior to start the ninth Matt carpenter followed with a one out walk before Molina sent the Marlins to their fourth straight loss St Louis starter Johan Oviedo worked a career high seven scoreless innings losing pitcher sandy Alcantara pitched a team season high eight and a third innings I'm Dave Ferrie

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The Aftermath of That Global Internet Outage

Talking Tech

01:59 min | 1 year ago

The Aftermath of That Global Internet Outage

"Listeners. Mike schneider here i'm brett. Molina and welcome back to talking tech. If you were up early tuesday morning than likely noticed. Several big websites like amazon read it twitch even usa. Today were down as part of a massive global internet outage the roughly hour-long disruption has been linked back to the cloud content company. Fastly saying it was caused by service configuration. That they've since disabled. That's right bread so most of us have not heard of fastly. But it's a san francisco based content delivery network or cdn now. Other big cd ends are amazon. Miami cloud fair and what they do companies such just the new york times. Usa today get hub. Pinterest and others is a thousands of computer servers around the us and around the globe where they cash or store content so when you click and want to read a story or page or watch a video. It's faster than if you had to go to new york or wherever the online site is in the physical world now. It's likely interruptions like this. What happened again and again. Because so much of what we do now involves cloud computing with everything from the software with which we communicate with our coworkers to our entertainment systems to on online delivery. And all these things we do on our phones now redundancy of networks having backup systems probably prevent outages from happening more often in the experts. I talked to about the situation suggest. That's a lesson we should all take personally for instance. If you only have important files on your computer or they're stored in the cloud you might want to add. Another layer of redundancy. So maybe a second computer holds copies of the files and they're encrypted or perhaps you store them on an external hard drive or usb memory stick and keep them somewhere not at your

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Facebook, Instagram to Hide "Likes"

Talking Tech

01:45 min | 1 year ago

Facebook, Instagram to Hide "Likes"

"And the listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech co host. Mike snyder is off today. So if you're a user of facebook or instagram you have a new option. You can choose to hide. Likes on your posts. The post of other people so after testing two of the world's most popular social media apps which have combined four billion users will start letting its users decide whether they want to hide the number of likes on their posts. They can also hide the number of likes on other user's posts or if they just enjoy facebook and instagram. The way it is they can leave it alone and leave all the likes. They want you can also do this on a per post basis so if instead of a universal switch that turns off all the lights on your posts you can do it on a per post basis. So if there's a post that you put up and you feel like like aren't appropriate. You can turn it off specifically for that and you can do all that within the settings menus of both facebook and instagram. My colleague terry collins wrote about this and you can read his story on tech dot. Usa today dot com. He heard from adam mosseri. Who is the head of facebook and instagram. And he talked about how during testing The a lot of users that were involved in this was pretty polarizing on the one hand you had people who enjoyed it because it took the pressure off you know. There's that social comparison where you see your posts in wanna see if it's getting as much likes as your friends or things like that and having those likes turned off of that pressure

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Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

Talking Tech

02:04 min | 1 year ago

Amazon to Buy MGM in $8.45 Billion Deal

"Listeners. It's brett molina. Welcome back to talking tech co. Mike snyder is off today. So how's this for a summer. Movie blockbuster amazon confirmed on wednesday that it will acquire movie studio. Mgm in a deal that's valued at eight point. Four five billion dollars in a statement amazon said they will help preserve. mgm's heritage a films which includes more than four thousand titles including a lot of names. That i'm sure many of you are familiar with james bond. The magnificent seven raging bull rocky legally blonde a lot of very popular very well known films. Mgm also owned several popular tv shows including the handmaid's tale which is currently in the middle of its fourth season on hulu. The deal is still subject to regulatory approval amazon. Didn't say when they expect to steal to close and when they would officially own mgm but clearly. This is a pretty significant step on several factors it highlights a lot of consolidation that we're noticing in the streaming market These there are a lot of these Different services out there and it's getting very competitive and we're seeing a lot of consolidation here. One example of this is a t and t. They announced that deal earlier this month to combine its media business with discovery so that brings together stuff like. Hbo max and then cnn tbs tnt with discovery networks like food network hdtv now if you are a subscriber to amazon. This is an interesting proposition because now if you have a subscription to prime video you have this new collection of movies and tv shows the you can draw from if you subscribe to other services. I don't know exactly which. Mgm movies are available in one which services. But it's possible. Maybe some of those movies. We'll transition

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Apple Watch Is Becoming More Accessible With 'Assistive Touch' Features

Talking Tech

00:59 min | 1 year ago

Apple Watch Is Becoming More Accessible With 'Assistive Touch' Features

"Either listeners. It's brett molina. And i'm mike schneider and welcome back to talking tech apple watch users know that can use their device hands free. Thanks to siri but soon you can use your watch by performing simple hand gestures. That is correct. Apple introduced this feature. That's coming out later this year. Call the system touch and it's been added to help users with limited mobility Basically this is how it works. It uses several different components of the watch including the gyroscope and accelerometer to detect. How your muscles and tendons move on your hand and wrist so for example it will recognize if you clench your fist. Or if you pinch with your thumb and index finger and it'll tie that to specific functions that you want so one example that they showed a

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Entering the Mystery

Tara Brach

01:51 min | 1 year ago

Entering the Mystery

"There is a story about molina's redeem who's considered to be a sufi wiseman and fool and in this story. He's invited to teach at a large temple and the congregations very excited and the first thing he says is who knows what i'm going to teach and everybody just kind of sits there and he just shrugged his shoulders and the leaves and so they're they're pretty confused and upset so they invite him again and again the everybody's gathered and he says who knows what i'm gonna teach and everybody raises their hand. He shrugged his shoulders and exits third time. They invite him any again. You know poses the question. Who knows what. I'm going to teach and this time half the group racer had and he says good then you guys can teach the other half and he leaves again so i share that because it's an interesting question. What we really know about life you know we we go around at one level of knowing but there's these huge questions like where did this universe come from and if it what happened i mean what started off and if there was no starting point what is eternity mean really are what is love. I mean we use that word love all the time but if we slow down just to bid and sense a feeling okay no really. What is this what is love. And then we can wonder about how it is that humans create so much suffering.

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"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast

Atmosphere Church Podcast

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast

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"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast

Atmosphere Church Podcast

07:18 min | 1 year ago

"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast

"Of who he was made to be. So let us then approach. God's throne of grace with what with what confidence so that we may receive mercy and find grace to help us in our time of need dealing with our shadows just to talk about this shadow thing. A shadow archetype is is most frequently a negative entity that represents things that we do not like about ourselves or that. Come out of that. We know we need to deal with. Sometimes they're unconscious just aren't operating system. Our shadows are who we would rather not be often being strongholds in our life that hold us back from our fullness. I can't spend a lotta time on these next slides. But we're going to load them up on the website for you. Look at this look at this next chart in this chart. Here's the king. The provider the left column is a list of what a king a true provider in full looks like the middle second columns are columns that show west. What a shadow is in the tyrant and what a shadow of the weakling is. These are behaviors and personality traits. That often are pushed way down in the unconscious mind and they operate in the background and they cause problems in our relationships. Jesus came to deal with those look. The next one the warrior the protectors same thing we have are mature aspects of who we are. And then we have the shadow versions. Look at look the sons over there. Here's all the wonderful trees. I'm standing here. If i move out my shadows right there and all these beautiful shadows. We all have them. That shadow is a representation of me. But it's not all of me. This is the fullness of me. But metaphorically speaking i still have show in me and i needed to be dealt with so that i can know how to love my wife the way she needs to be loved when all her little irritations are bugging me and instead of saying something about it i needed to have a different approach but that has to be bigger than myself. Because i'm not real good by myself amen. Everybody guy every guy we go to the next one. Prophet is a mentor. Look the prophet. And i'm not talking about being this super like gandalf guy right or obi wan kenobi. I'm talking about a profit that has a deep spiritual connection with the lord that can mentor other people from their wisdom and that's that's the mentor and then the last one we look at the priest the priest even shadows. The priests can be an addict the the lover can can be needy and assessed and lost in their senses. We all have these. And so what i wanna do. Is i want to call up the band. We're going to start to close the question becomes. How do we deal with the shadows. Three things three things that we need to do to deal with the shadows number one is that we have to take ownership over them. Every single one of us knows that we have something in our lives that just hold us back in his stronghold but when we become aware of the shadow that's where we can step into them and we can begin to invite something bigger than ourselves to start to work in us to start to actually develop those shadows in the christian world. that is the word called sanctification. It's just a word that means a process of being set apart in growing yeah. The bible talks about growth that we are people were made to continue to grow spiritually in our for archetypes we are. We are kings and queens warriors in warrior s profit and profit is priest and priestess. And we've gotta develop those. The second thing we have to do is take our as take the awareness i have these and now let's move into our sanctuary. Find your sanctuary. Where's the place you go do. The deep work on yourself to do shadow work. Where do you go to pray. Where do you go to do worship music on your own. Where do you go to hear from god and actually be honest and tell the truth. I need help. You've gotta have a place you go and do that. Otherwise your faith will most likely be superficial. And when the hard stuff of life hits you will crumble thing. I love about jesus as that he could go through really hard stuff and not fall apart amen and he offers that to us and then the third thing you gotta find your tribe you gotta find people who are on the same journey who wanna grow. You might have to disconnect from people who want grow and you got to lean in with the people who do and find your tribe and do life. that's why we offer life groups because that's the place that you begin to grow and cultivate. You need help last story. If we look back in history beyond jesus not beyond but just under jesus. There was a king of israel named david. And there's this really interesting story to our. When david became king says that david is what it says. David inquired of the lord. David inquired of the lord. David inquired of the lord. David inquired of the lord several times in the story and every time he inquired of the lord other than when he acquired lord of where to go to be atoned to be anointed as king. He's asking for the lord's guidance and help as he goes to physical war with the philistines. It is waging war but if we fast forward in david's story after this around chapter thirteen of second samuel david is in his kingdom sees a woman named sheba and he goes any gets her even though she's married and he manipulates his power and his lover archetype becomes an addiction in it lives in the shadow and guess what the scripture tells us. It's not there. What did he not do. In that case he did not inquire of the lord. He did that on his own..

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"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast

Atmosphere Church Podcast

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"molina" Discussed on Atmosphere Church Podcast

"Revealing. That i really went there. But that's part of the layers of the story and jesus came to deal with that on our behalf if we go a little further. There's this passage in scripture to where we're looking at the layers of this interpretation to where if you go into second corinthians where the apostle paul rabbi. Paul is sharing a story about this battle. This warfare that we're in. He says he says for those for though we walk in the flesh in this body we walk in this body. We are not waging war according to this body to the flesh something more. There's layers for the weapons of our warfare are not of the flesh but have divine power to destroy strongholds. Se strongholds wake up strongholds. How many of you guys feel like you have strongholds in your life. Some things that just keep coming up over and over again. Like i gotta get rid of this thing. Am i the only one no i know. I'm not even you going. People live with you. Look what he says. He says we destroy arguments. And every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of god and take every thought captive to obey. Christ there is something sitting in this passage and jesus is dealing with an inside the story to where sometimes the adversary this manipulation. This lie is actually not a physical form. It's when we see the demons and we associate everything that's evil with the demon or the gargoyles or whatever. I think we're missing it because it's so easy to dismiss those characters. Those aren't real. They no such thing and we go about our way. Evil is something deeper in. It happens in our mind. We pick up stories. Every single one of us picks up stories and experiences throughout our life. We actually are born into a certain home with a certain set of parents and then we start traveling through school and then we start picking up stories. Maybe we've been bullied. Maybe there's been gossip. Maybe somebody said something about us is untrue and we wear it and we start putting all of this on us and it's all existing in our minds and when we let those stories play out they tell us something. That's not true about who we are in. Jesus came to deal with this. Check this out. I love this saying it. Says there is an evil spirit that is present beyond our human capacity to understand and greater than our human efforts to overcome there. Is this something that's happening. That is in this space that we pick up and we can't always overcome it ourselves again. Jesus came to deal with this. There is a divine spirit that is available to us to fight this battle. But let's look at the next layer so we dealt with this evil thing and that there's more to it than just the i see but jesus did something else so if we back up in the story to chapter three and we'll have it on the screen here if we back up chapter three. We have a situation where john a guy by the name of john. Baptize her baptize. Jesus jesus gets taken under the water in a ritual and he comes out of the water and then this happens versus number seventeen. Three seventeen says and a voice from heaven said this is my son bam mic. Drop right at that moment. God the father is giving jesus his identity. There is no other identity under the sun. Except for what god says about jesus and it's a son then it says whom i love and with him. I am well pleased. So jesus gives his identity from something outside of himself. God the father puts identity on him and then the very next passage says and then the spirit led him out into the wilderness. Now watch what happens. After the story we just shared where he's in the wilderness and he gets tested with we keep going chapter four. We get to chapter forber seventeen. We see that from time to time or from that time on. Sorry from that time on jesus began to what he began to preach and teach a story that we call gospel. That's the greek word for good news. And what jesus is preaching is check out. Jesus words he says repent for the kingdom of god has come near now. When i first started being a church going guy. I started going. I heard all the time about repent and be baptized. The kingdom of god is at hand and the pastor would always say kate repentance as you're walking one way in life and you're center and you're doing all these things which are true but repentance means to turn one hundred and eighty degrees in the other direction and you walk this way and walk away from that sin and that is that is true. But jesus the way he's using it here he saying rope it. Change your mind about what. I'm teaching you chain. He's talking to. Jews would have known all the old testament and he's saying. I know you think you know what's going on. But i'm taking you to different layers. Change your mind about what. I'm teaching you and then the kingdom of god will be yours right now because the kingdom of god exists between these two years right here. It's something happening in our mind as well as in god sovereign power. We only got two two layers. There's ten more layers to this story. He did this on our behalf..

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"molina" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"molina" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett

"This is episode five of the brush. Back podcast I'm here with a birthday boy bobby Stevens Bobby. Happy Birthday officially now. Thank you thank you so let me give you the tests that I give a lot of the kids that I work with. Which is are you an ice cream cake person or a real cake person. Ooh Real okay. Real quick I knew you're GonNa say that because you and I are just becoming enemies. More and more unreal to answer. It's the wrong answer. Ice Cream cakes. Unrealistic it's unrealistic. You scream with real gig first of all. It's not unrealistic. It's a thing that exists in the real world it has at least it's no no no no it was it was a. I mean I was eating ice cream cake. My official birthday cake since I was a kid and regular cake is like eating a sponge if I took so if I went to my pantry right now and I got a box of just granulated sugar and then I took out my mildew smelling sink sponge and I- sprinkled Chagrin at the you'd have regular birthday cake sounds delicious. I know I know but I anyway. I give this test to kids. I mean just like me breaking the icing like getting to know people in my gym. And I'd like this food food questionnaire Celeste quiz basically just lets me know if there are saying human being and what what other what other this earth that do you have on that list others as well. It can expand. It's usually a minimum four questions up to ten depending on my memory of my own questionnaire basically ice cream or real cake your preferred pizza topping site if he'd boxed pizza box macaroni cheese. Is it the classic like tubes shaped the shapes like spongebob or Dora the explorer or shells? It's spongebob absolutely okay. That's a good answer. Thank you your favorite breakfast cereal. Like sugary like thing you need is a kid on Saturday morning. Off Man captain crunch variants your feelings towards cottage cheese. Love it or hate it hate it. Usually very little in between no one's like I'm kind of like friends with cottage cheese now you. They're like despise it because textually in it's just like a gross food water. It's it's lumpy. It's tough to be water. It's brutal I personally like it but then follow question to that. One is if you do like cottage cheese. Do you like it on fruit. Which I think is ridiculous or have to put on fruit. You have to go through in the cottage cheese making that it just makes the texture worse. I don't think they go together. I eat it on either toast. Which makes a Lotta sense or whatever enough triscuits which pretty good flavor triscuits or last night had someone some Wheat Thins. That makes much more sense. It's a cheese. Cheese goes well with like savory stuff why would we? It's it's a lumpy water? It's it's lumpy water. It's disgusting. I mean I completely valid opinion. So that's fine but those the core ones I mean beyond that others others like how do you feel about salon? It's just it's it's not it's messy animated but are you on the people that believe the tastes like soap or real or just has like soap. Tomato tastes gross. It's always tastes gross. I just I don't WanNa know why keep your keep your leafy Greens. You're kind of neutral to Cilantro okay. It's just like an offensive taste of me in general. That's and I think it's that way for a lot of people that's interesting. I've never heard of Salon Bring Offensive. Really a lot of people they said. It's like a genetic thing where some people it tastes like soap to them. You've said you have a sense of palate. I guess but so that pretty much rounds off my questionnaire and then I can think of any others in the moment but official correct answers are search Pinon. But it's not really opinion like if you answer real cake the tubes macaroni and cheese cottage cheese on fruit. Then I like Kinda. Just don't trust you and near-zero your cereal is like regular cheerios raisin bran why Raisin Bran I like it but if that's your cereal as a kid then it's a little questionable kid is really trying to keep himself a regular like ten percent of the antennas you're a grape nuts or something the incentives you're into the percent bran flakes but the official records for cereal is cinnamon toast crunch which is just objectively the best serial that's ever been created use a very specific tastes. I mean acceptable in the realm as Captain Crunch Cocoa puffs Lucky charm any. Those are acceptable. Answers were actually crunch. Berries is is the accent. Oh Captain Crunch. Pretty good pretty. Also Golden Grams was the my favorites very underrated. I think will under the radar too big too big. Yeah grams are like. They're like one. He won on a spoon at. That's true their main flaws that they turned soggy like literally hitting the milk. They're like a pack a packing peanut like they dissolve in milk. Pretty much all right so when you eat guards so when you eat. Cereal do consistently add milk. So it's not just one big swimming pool of milk adding milk. It'd be more of a swimming pool but you go like you'll like a full bowl of cereal and a half full milk so you can kind of keep some of them crunchy. I understand I'm a minimalist with milk. I tried to get the the bare minimum amount to like get it done but I put it on. I put it on the beginning. I don't add milk later. So you one shot one shot either. Guess writer you ruined the morning while the real travesty is for some people who put the Milken I which is just a battling at is absurd makes no sense no sense at all but some people are putting the ice in seconds when you pour a drink. Yeah like it's ridiculous so anyway. So what are we talking about today? Appear Bob I mean we need. This is a good transition into my brother-in-law's my brother-in-law yesterday texts me. We talked about our. I talked about Iceland let me phrase. I stumped for Joe Mauer's hall of Fame Status on the last episode a unbeknownst to me. I have now attached myself at the hip with the Joe our hall of fame drain So he had been text me back and forth and tells me he would say Yada. You're Molina all day over. Johm our Yada Better catcher the the more hall of Famer the Catcher so I threw it out on twitter in obvious of poor poor poll. Wording on my end but your question made no sense. It was intentionally eight. Essentially works out intentionally vague. Because I I generally WANNA know. I WANNA know who's who do you have? Do you. Have Joe Mauer or you have the ear Molina and looking up this morning so let me give you some let me do some stats before you answer here. I won't tell you who but both were rookies in two thousand. Four at the age of Twenty One..

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"molina" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"All right. It's just me. And Jamie now Alfred has left we just wanted to sort of regroup and decompress from what just happened. Fred, freddie. A hit our friend. I think we held. It's very well. The dogs are then a second the second offer left. My dog picked up on my vibes and piston shit. But I think we all you know. Well, Freddie was in our kingdom we helped we held it together. Very well. I think we did especially you Daime. I mean, thank you. You did an incredible job. Thank you. I've I would even your composure that was a matrix episode level of fronting terms of oh, I felt like dying. I'm so glad that you brought up the merge because I was terrified to. Oh, yes. I also do think that our friend FREDDY. Yes, as we like to call them as our friend has just a calming presence, and it truly possible to be stressed around him. Yeah. We just wanted to shout out. Brett boom from forever dog podcast network for helping us to set this up. I mean, I hope it was worth it for everyone. It certainly was for me. I'm I want to I can't cry or I would sure. I I am very proud of all of us. I that was so much fun and really a monumental episodes. I think we have to end the show. Just kidding. We have. Yeah. There's still hilly Joel. I'm sure there's a celebrity that. I like that. We would. Oh, yeah. We've all got a this is why people start podcast is to meet people. They like and then to gradually stopped doing the podcast to real. But anyway, so there's many more episodes of ours to come. But this, unfortunately, it was our best one there. Lena. This is the peak. So after this we understand. But anyway, that was great Alfred is such a class act. I'm like freaking out, and and listen to the angel of mine. Yes. Indeed. And speaking of plugging things you can follow us on social media shirt on the platforms at Bechtel cast, please rate and review us on I tunes. Please. Subscribe to our patriotic matron five dollars two bonus episodes of month, which is a great deal this month. We are doing put Jen CHU airy. It's right pageant movies. So we're doing dumpling with a special guest to be announced. Yup. And we're also doing drop dead gorgeous. So special guest is Molina again. We actually would like to announce we have a third chair. You heard it. He did offer to come back. And I will just send that audio cook to him every once in a while, do you think it's like news breaking that? Alfred Molina linguine as for just glad we taught him something. So why? Yeah, I feel like this was a very educational. I think he got more out of this than we did which is crazy because I'm not the same person. I was. When I n term also very much kidding. But my dog is picking up on my five in that he is pissed and shit and hump since he arrived. He's just I I take full responsibility for the dog today because I'm sending out vibes that are just sending him into into horny terror. Anyway, we got merch. I mean now more than ever you have to buy our feminist icon. Alfred Molina merchandise he won't wear it. But you just so in case, you know, you ever if you're in LA, are you come to visit you gotta wear it in the off chance that you'll encounter him. And he can be like, hey, I know that I was on that podcast. So make sure you.

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"molina" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

The Bechdel Cast

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on The Bechdel Cast

"Real dumb. I would like to take the nipple away from Theresa and give it to Sheryl Crowe. Sorry. I just forgot that she was involved in the project. Well, molina. Oh, thank you. All this has been my My pleasure. pleasure. Absolute pleasure. Hopefully, we did not freak you out at the beginning. I know I was very flattered that I must admit I had no idea what you were talking about. But I'm I'm very thank merged with your face on it. It's a cartoon version of you. And it says feminist icon. Alfred Molina some very pleased to be a feminist on stuff. The wild with a feminist icon. Alfred Molina it is our fault. We can order you shirt looking. Yeah. Jamie designed it through the full. We'll do we'll do the work. There's pillows that's weird. Conway. Well, I'd love to I'd love to. I wish I was someone else now because I I wouldn't be able to wear that. Can you imagine walking around? It's not it's not. Said walking around with your agent's phone number on the Becky Jackie. And trust me. I've tried that. It just doesn't doesn't go down. Well, but I'm very that's very flattering. Thank you. Thank you has been such an honor and treat for us. Well, then invite me again, oh, we have the second time spoil it. Tomorrow. It doesn't matter where here. What did you guys do this every week with a different movie? Yes, grant, cool. Yeah. I been doing a long have you been doing the punk cost over two years. Yeah. Quite we've covered a lot. We do neponset on Spiderman two. Go Kentucky nights. We did. Almost raiders of the lost aria. We've covered a few tough stopping talking about that. I think it's I'm getting some getting so old and is like it's sort of. It's it's like Kennedy forty years old. So say is that kind of you have people saying these so what was it like making movies in those days? It wasn't exactly the silent here. Once again, we've been so honored and thrilled to have you here. Is there anything that? You would like to plug angel vine, which is the podcast that we've been all of the Vicary. I've been working on Oliver is the rioter, and I'm I just I just played opponent. And it's it's a great one for film buffs as well. Because it's it's a it's a sort of new law stories kind of loosely loosely based on the whole kind of you know, is it the blue of the black black Dahlia story the, and it's one of those great things. But it's basically like a movie inside your head. You know, and every every listener will we'll have their own the own movie going on, and it's besides so that's that's what we've been, you know, schlepping a took us around town talking about and that once again is the angel of fine engine. Fine. Thank you again so much for being absolutely my pleasure. Thank you so much for inviting me, thank you can do our plugs. But yeah, thank you so much, and we'll we'll we'll be here next week. Yeah. Phoenix by..

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"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"And as I'm waiting to finish up because I had to get back into London. I see a guy walking down the corridor of Shepardson so L street studios, and he's carrying too big suitcases made out of us banks, and you can see into the an eight suitcases made up these little components an each compartment little tuft of stroll. And I'm thinking we'd didn't put suit again. Cut to my first day on the film. I'm really excited I turn up and I see the same guy with the the perspex suitcases in the little tufts of Stroyev's compartment. I'm thinking. I wonder what that is. So I get on stage and onto the sound stage in the first scene is the scene where we did the famous. We did the famous thing with ROY me the idol throw you the whip that was the first day. I keep saying this with the suitcases. And then he's and then not get told that we're doing the spine to sequence I'm thinking. Oh, great. So then I see the guy again, not soon to together and underneath each tuft of straw. This. Great big tarantula. Fine to get out. I'm thinking Jesus Christ. And then they start putting ill put him on. And I'm like really thinking this handle he's kinda going Dari Mr. Molina that perfectly safe the homeless, they only start acting up. If you put a female amongst them. Some uncovered with there must have been about maybe thirty of them. And that's perfectly still not moving. So we start shooting and Stephen says, they look like they're asleep. Can we get them to move around and the guys spraying things they don't moving terrified? So the this guy says I well that I don't even move if a female among. Stephen goes, we'll do it. By this point. This goes to the suitcase again puts on another tarantula, and they go nuts, and you see in the movie that's right bling about every one of them crawled up onto my face, and I was like Khan and then as shooting I hit Stephen. Alfred look scared. I was like I want felt one of them. Just go here. Like in my mouth. I'm just gonna I'm going to resign. Cut. It was kind of they were homeless. I mean, the only thing I found anything on notice was a few days later on the back of my neck that was like a weird rash. But that was just a little bit or it's Asian from the his, let's right. But they don't poisonous us that bite or anything on them. They deal with. So why are we so afraid of? Gary, okay and stripe in that big. You know, I mean, the irony is accused of dangerous spiders in the world of the tiny little ones that, you know, look, quite an cute. Yeah. That's my that's my Maghrbia. That's I feel like that. That might even be in the movie where it going right up. It gets close. There's one little shut where my where I I look as if I'm rolling my eyes. And I think that was it was either that there that it fell off. It was how long take to shoot that scene. It was the best part of a moaning because different angles. And also that was the other thing is when he when they put the female on the law. The law of the the spot is kept falling off. So it looks. So they looked like millions of the next day. It was like maybe three to cut back. And but this the handler was so protective of his charges. I mean, it was like these spiders his babies us kind of when they fell he was kind of get really concerned if someone to I'll do it all to it and he picked him up, and he was kind of stolen. Stroessner? Trying to spy I mean, it's obviously obviously lives. Life's work. Earned every penny. As with terrific. Expires the motion picture we still mild. Probably the first movie to bond over that sort of thing. Molina's? Yeah. Gearless check in with you very quickly. Your vacation was okay. Yeah. I went to a lot of movie, which was a lot of movies. Give us a couple of highlights. Fine. Mr. With Mr. million in it. I saw vice fine. Vice this show's going episode titled cast. Street. He is credited in that movie, by the way, advice advice on credit. Yeah. Do we consider that a cameo? How it was. It was such a tiny..

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"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

05:13 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"And that ended up taking me video games, which took me to Broadway oddly enough. He's a little Broadway Broadway. I don't know if you noticed Fred completely to not on Utah. The talking leaves deserve no interest in hurry. Your stores for the benefit of the listening audience. I was listening. That's not how it came off. Because I fought it. That was the giveaway cameras. And his defense was heard stories million, actually. So I said actors gonna make it fresh every time that's what we do me doesn't. With me. But you you on the Broadway as well was the Broadway in anything talk radio with Lee Schreiber when they brought it brought it back Lee have and Peter Herman Sebastian stands Stephanie March. Yeah, it was a great great bunch of follow never seen your work. And I think that's a great cast. Yeah. That was my first my first time at the Broadway rodeo, and then came out here about eight years ago decided to go from voice over and try to get back in front of the camera that a couple of things and then here we are doing behind the camera. The camera doing voiceover again. Very charismatic. Oliver get agree on your thoughts on this charisma extrordinary they blinds. But I want to keep looking. Getting a little blind once couple and then insulting the. Time. I kid I kid look at look at your dole. As part of a nice safe space for my eyes. Nothing but positive energy these assholes walked in here. Alydar you're married. What your story? Do we have children? I do how many kids two two boys eleven and nine and the nine year old's favorite Molina movie is Chuck a lot. Yeah. Yeah. No. He's doesn't even know who you are. My eleven year old knows. Yeah. Don't mind. Well, maybe you're freezing them to be better. They know that they know they know they know him as who's that guy in the picture. That's that's as my friend. Fred, my friend, Fred. But yeah. Levin year old twelve year old now birthday. Yeah. And what are the boys names, Gavin and miles and miles. Couple of what part of town you live in you, comfortable saying studio city, you're not far from here at all. Then no great. No really going carpenter carpenter. They're actually in New York. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I left in there. It'd It'd be be okay. perfect time. I saw that home alone movie. Flip that plotline. Yeah, they live in New York. I go back and forth. It's like, it's like home alone. Two two. I knew there was some. Connections threat. I was trying to make and that brings me back to Trump. Using that movie right is over that. Pops up is. Forgotten that it's a cameo. And now, he's our president. All right. Oliver. Get back in New York for the holidays. Yeah. And so you got to see the kids kids. Hey, no, my son is eleven and this is the year that he discovered how your kids. My boys are in that full. Sees my daughter's thirty eight really now my question is and you can weigh in on this my son. This was the year where turned eleven let us know. He did not believe in Santa Claus Father Christmas for user. Nicholas. We've only just heard of Christmas. Came over with. I wasn't. Madonna rodale. And then she grew up at that. Off santa. Exchange. Well, I believe in Father Christmas, the great Soma Greg leak from Emerson lake and Palmer. Okay. You're welcome. Thank you word for it. References great song. So my question to you though, Oliver the twelve year old still believes never believed. He's doing a great job of pretending to still believe the benefit of his nine year brother, who to be honest couldn't care less. If there's a Santa he's asking for like sixteen thousand dollar Nike's this year, not going to happen. Well, Santa's at Nope. Already talked to them. Would you get them? Couple of kids. Nothing lesson. Know your place is that miles goddamn, right detriment. Kevin. It every once again extensively eventually to drug addict. No way. Fleshing smart loves here's the same thing. I wanna motorcycle. So I got him into Coty sixteenth scale some art are that's all of our. Satellites to do it for car. Those big big closer Fakhar care care. Had hurt your career one hundred percent. That's why I'm back in the game. Boy. How over your kids when they they cut loose on Santa to be on his so long ago. I'm beginning to think that they will quite young..

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"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:37 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Dot com slash Pardo to redeem your offer, let them know that we sent you that lets us know that you know, that we know that you like a clean shave, Harry's. When your face could use a shave everybody. Welcome back to the program pursue Twenty-three. Go crap twenty two twenty three twenty two and we had some numbers issues that Alfred Molina is, of course, recognized from his many roles in motion pictures, a lot of talkies television, right television. Right. The law and order one of the one of the ninety five law and orders. Right. I want to say law and order, Los Angeles. And it became known as Lola. L Lauren O to LA. Yeah. That's no longer on there. That was but then you were on something recently. Yes. I did the last thing I did on TV was feud Farrand, which you were wonderful. In fact, my wife, and I were just talking about that last night because they showed during the Golden Globes. It showed the commercial for. Fossey which is also on FX. Is it doesn't is being done at the same people. It is not. Okay. Well, looks good just to say, hopefully, yeah, I'll Sam Rockwell playing him fantastic. And then it got us talking about how much we enjoyed feud. And how great you were very kind to which I then said, hey on the podcast tomorrow. And then my son my eleven year old son went your duck. I am. And he goes dead. And make sure you told my said lo I will make sure that's interesting your son's eleven did. You say, sir. Yes. So he wasn't even born when the movie came out, which is like, a lovely. I love the idea of these films kind of have a have a continuation. You know, well after they've been released, you know, it's it's it's cool. What you're most recognized. Is that safe to say? Yeah, I think what it depends very often depends on the age of the person. Who's doing the noticing sometime? You know, there's a. There was you know, if it's if it's a younger crowd, particularly young males sort of under say under forty then Spider-Man, right? As the Los stall divinity code may be kinda come right? But then forty fifty it's a bit. Unites and some of the moment free to and then if it's if it's a a lot of women of that in that age group, you know, that they it's an education, and, you know, the psyche more sign we'll kind of John it, April so movies, Chokola chocolat poke, good example. What not without my daughter's or as we begin to know without my padeas. Well. And it was. Yeah. So it's nice. I I never I never get irritated. When people bring those old movies up because I was telling myself, you know, that those movies put two kids through college on. I'm you know, I'm grateful full disclosure. I did not remember you're in raiders lost. Ark. Did Did I? I? Up in those days. But my son remind him and he said dead mixture you ask them about raiders. And I said, I I I'm thinking he's eleven son. That's Harrison Ford. No, he's in the he's partner that's in the air on your head with the only because my said, well, several hours actually, the the irony is I was my tiny. It was only in the first maybe eight minutes of the movie, and it had absolutely nothing to do with the PLO of the rest of the movie. So that sequence which was full of action full of stuff that sequence Goeke was constantly being cannibalized trailers and promo reels..

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"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Now, they're walking as we speak. Look come on. There's for Molina wearing getting jacket as if he's going to go walking around the Broadway district. And there's I wanna say that's Oliver you Oliver. Hey, oliver. How are you? Good. I'll say your last name for me care. Do I love that? Fokker noyce. My son's name is Oliver. But he said with my last name of Pardo. It's not as exciting as VO care. Yeah. This. What did I say? I vote quarer is what I said. I don't know what University Square through the Z in there for some reason. Yeah. Vo care Elfriede sitdown. You're making me very uncomfortable. Well, I I I was not expecting that accent. I'm not gonna lie to you. I so used to doing a an American ex God. Lina? What do you do? Everything's. Well, he's right in there. I wouldn't get that close to him. Alfred. I don't know if you've seen the growth on his faces a disaster that gross. I don't know stress and strife. It definitely isn't how we're we're test ministers. I am the master. You guys are here at a new day. I'm starting a new nickname today. I want to be called the master. And I hope you run board with it. Feeling maybe you're starpower Briggs this to through issue. I think it's going to happen. I disagree with that, sir. All right. The name of the podcast is the angel on vine. How did I screwed up angel of the angel? Vine new well, it's closer to I've are. Okay. Listen to sewed see to. I'm and I'm looking forward to listen to the are they're eight total ten total. Okay. There's eight available right now. There's going to be ten total. I'm only two in. I'm enjoying the heck out of me too. Yeah. It's like true crime, but scripted so. Yeah. Kind of fictionalized true crime. Yeah. And Oliver you you really nail it. We'll talk more about it. When it comes over to the big seat. But you really nail the NPR vibe cadence of where I want to baseball your head. And it's like, we got it. What no Elfriede out? Cadence just they just remind you of this first of all we don't care for the language. I'll tell you that you clean it up. This is what you're having. No. But we all heard that filth mouth ears. We all heard it said he says fucking not even bloody which you'd expect. So. Now here. I don't know if this is a spoiler, but we're episodes in and the gentleman here promoting no Molina Noma later. Yeah. When does he show up? Why does he show can't wait to find out exciting? They save the second best below. Episode nine then somewhere around that. She was late. Oliver cares. Her. That's still wrong. I'm gonna say it again, then volcano. Care like fuck heard. Care beautified out of care. Your thought you just ruined it again. This guy is thirty bucket. Weirdo. Name is it French? What what is what is Spanish haddish you see Roma? Speaking of Mexico. Another country that speak Spanish that was my lame segue Elford if you've seen the Roma yet, I have you have I love the two yesterday at the motion picture house, my wife, and I and we went we have the screeners, of course, because that's one of the ones going around. But also on that on Netflix. We said let's go seat at the theater because if I if I got a read, and it's a movie, I this is an insult to it. I think it's one of those movies that if you watch it at home, you could easily get distracted by you need to see it in the theater. Yeah. Did you see seventy millimeter? I don't know. Nerdy. See seventy million precise here. Yeah. Stop isn't harming it. Usually weighs him down. You've never had that before this is new for you, these these lip fungus have very often when it happens. It is it's wrong. And I don't know what's gonna do. You have three there's three I usually only have one ended up. What happens? Bizarre holidays a kid. I've been getting them is horrible. We all get we'll get closer. Start French kissing. That's my reading for people just sound system. So people could enjoy your jokes..

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"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Just what the most appropriate thing to talk about. When that song. It's played is the Quincy documentary. See quincy. No Quincy Jones produced that song. And there's a great documentary about him. You've seen that Netflix. Yeah. Enjoyed it. Really? Good. Yeah. Watched on the plane. Is that right? Yeah. Anyway, good back to these horrible people. That's it. That's it just watching that. And I think that the Lear remedy program is better than ever this season as well. Just watch the Shelly Miscavige one. Boy. Oh, boy fascinating. Right. Is that the wife that was just missing for years? How hard is it just to make her just just ever show up somewhere ever do something get some groceries and end any speculation that she's been murdered or she still has not appeared appeared holy shit. But I'm with you just the next time. David Miscavige has to go out and cut a ribbon have her stand next to just show evidence that she's alive like they did with Milania whenever it was like, there's a double right out them. And like she was just visiting for a few weeks. Remember, she was missing or at least was just not in the spotlight for few issues. Busy by red criminal, which I'd like the breakfast mysteries. I don't know why we're Matamoros. Well, they're just they're bit Macab. They looked festive and fun. The thing is is that it's. It's because she did it, right? That people exactly hitching, but they also looked like the robes from Handmaid's tale. So that's true that they would have made that correlation necessarily if was that. Yeah. Like that. Right. That did it right. I saw that exact red tree at the Home Depot or something. And that's a neat. Looking tree. Get who want twenty of those coal kitman dressed up like him at the Golden Globes. I don't know if you notice right in that front wrote it, and she she did did you see that movie? You see that destroyer? The Nicole Kidman was supposed to bring that for you today wasn't. I let you down. I had to race out of the house this morning to to an appointment that was ended up being cancelled. Which was as we know it was at least by my house. It was pouring rain when I left as I got here. The sun's out knowing understands why you're Harka. It was cold and rainy, and then I my appointments in Reseda. Then I got the receipt and the the long to the gentlemen. Change his mind. What the what was happening? I apologize for the vagueness of this. But we're yeah. It's very bizarre. Okay. Was the gentlemen, David Miscavige? Actually was Shelly I was supposed to be Shelley how. And then I got there. Interesting. Yeah. Harry mysterious reut mystery deepens, it does we're also at the tail end of dirty, John. We got one more episode of that. Which I I know you've listened to the podcast. Yeah. Danielle has to I don't know anything about it. So you guys is she are you like more engaged than she's just isn't gauge whether or not, but I will say I again, I I don't want you to respond in any way, shape or form to what about the won't even look at. If it doesn't end dirty John taking a bullet between his is. I'm going to be bummed out. Because it what a creep jerk there. I've said it Garin explain to Mr. Molina that you're Mr. partisan explain to them that you've got nine canker sores for some reason don't explain that. He'll see we'll see that be repulsive. Attention. All right. And then I believe Oscar Anne sorry. Oliver vast queer is that the interested to learn how to this gentleman's name the angel on vine isn't even the podcast that elfin is promoting which is also there we go..

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"molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"It's a procedural the structures the same week after week. And he said that he he'll go through the script over the weekend before they start. And he just he says there are two lines two kinds of lines the he'll just rub out instantly. And I said what Ave he said? Well, if riots gives me a line where I'm saying to someone I'm sorry for your loss that goes and the other one is any variation on. And then what happened? Oh, yeah. I kept not mind when I did my shirt law and order franchise. And I was I I was playing played that the then I ended up playing the one of the detectives and that kept coming up. Yeah. Every week. Yeah. Sorry, you loss. And I I didn't have the then what did you do? I I didn't have the guts to say. Yeah. It's not good enough. Christopher valenti. It's not. So I said the lines. Yeah. Well that I didn't have eleven years of the show behind me. Right. Well, that is the other thing too is when you start pushing back when you say, it's okay for me to say in what I really rather not do this. And that I think if if you come from the good side of it, all then you are instinct is to play along with others and be nice and want the team to win and do his hard work and help out as much as we can. But then yeah, I think something about it going from fifty what what I really admire about that that doing that show was the way you'd watch these actors would come in for one day or two days playing the victim's parents, right? All the and they would always have the one scene where they breakdown right either. In the in the jury books, or in the witness stand, or you know, in front of the policemen giving statement, they have that scene have the scene where the whole plug is laid out as to why they lost. The kid, and there's and he's always hugely dramatic and emotional and these actors I take my if I was wearing a hat. I would take it off because they they come in. They're like prepared they spend a whole day crying their eyes out. And then they go on they're doing more in that one day's work than you're doing the whole episode God going then what happened. Oh, man. And the answer is. Yes. Yes. I am much more particular about what's going to get out of my pajamas. All right. It's time for Kevin's pop quiz between five and fifteen points possible for each of the following three questions. This is for you for it wants to final scores tabulated it will be posted on our website along with the current standing in the top one hundred are you ready? I'm ready question. Number one, Keith David or David Keith. Case, david. That's correct question. Number two, Carl weathers or the weather in Carlsbad. Call weather's also, correct. Last question, Steve. Right. We've got three out of three clocking moved to the top ten. Holy cow. Congratulations. Oh, thank you. Well done who Steve Ryan. Okay. Okay. I'm getting missing right? Well, nicely done again the name of this beautiful park. I keep looking back because I don't wanna fuck it up. And it sounds like. Said Steve Jobs that would have been incorrect. No the way that particular game works is that I we would have got just as excited oak. Because if you long this or that the first two, and then the last one is just last. The angel. Vine the angel vying the crater again is. How are we spelling that Kathy? I think is via a c Q you. We're not even close. There. We are. Yeah. It's like cowboy without the at the end nice like arrow, but very night gone. The Angela vine check that out on Stitcher, or however, you do your podcast, ten episodes. I promise you'll enjoy. I believe we have. The lead. Detective Joe is coming on the show. Also a couple of weeks. I'm very excited talked to him about that. I thought he did a smashing. Yeah. He's wonderful and terrific in this. Yeah. The angel vine, and so many other things in the canon of Alfred Molina for everyone to enjoy. Thank you. Thank you. This has been a delightful pleasure. A coupla around..

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"molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

04:27 min | 3 years ago

"molina" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"And I don't even know why I knew I was. The plan at all we met at the back of a limousine somehow in the nineties, but neither one of us. Can remember we'd dried off, Mike? I thought you New Yorker I knew from London originally. In fact, it's London that I kind of want to start the conversation because. My grandfather. My mother's father was born in Leeds making me by American terminology, half British. We get our our lineage from our mother's father and father's father. And I'm from San Francisco, which I consider to be the greatest city in this particular nation, but London is my favorite city in the world. And I've been there. I don't know it doesn't or more times always stated the Hyde Park hotel, which became demanding oriental. It's a magical place in every possible way. But I've never talked to someone who grew up there during the sixties in particular the way I grew up around San Francisco, I we've gone by then. Did you say you say the Hyde Park hotel you say, well, here's a here's a weird connection. Okay. When I was a student. I worked in the hotel restaurant kitchen at the hype on what years would that that would have been very at least. Seventy two seven three. Yeah. And it's funny. Because when when we did the the European press tour for Spiderman two is back in two thousand four right? We they put us up. The what was now what is Matt Mandarin? But they still got the old all the old marble, and it's look beautiful lobby. Feels. Yeah. Yeah. And because I was there with all the other with femme will famous people than me, but we will arrive at the same time. So the manager and his staff is keystone came out to meet us on the on the on the sidewalk. And and I said, oh, I didn't realize this is the role. I used to work here. I would in the I worked in the kitchens when I was a student and without missing a beat the manager. When will welcome back, Mr. Molina? It was smooth. But it was I I remember is a great hotel. Yeah. View of the park and the dark walks. Yeah. So, yeah, it's a magical place. But I don't know what it was like to grow up. Well, I it was late sixty. Well, it was great. Because I mean, I I was you know, I was born in fifty three I was it was like early to mid sixties when I was really became aware. Yeah. Where I was right. And London was it was it was happening. I mean, you kind of that famous remark that MC Jag made. When he said if you remember the sixties you went Ponant, but do well teenager teenager. I remember my sixties. I remember the sixties that I experienced it didn't the sixties didn't really start for most people in England Sunni in London until at sixty five sixty six share when England won the World Cup in sixty six everything took off. Okay. But before that we were still living with the kind of vestiges of the late fifties. There was still a, sir. Level stare at around yet. The only people who are really having fun with people read lots of money. Right. And and how were you? Were you connected to the music scene in the sense. I was now I was any connect while. I was only connected as a consumer of. That's what I mean. You're eleven years old when the Beatles take American sixty four. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. And I remember eleven year old. I was listening to the Dave Clark five and the Beatles. And it was a thing. So you must have been my first my first show. I remember my first chunk of change from my Saturday job was I had enough money. I went out and bought two. Singles one was was a paperback writer through sixty six we've been sixty six paperback rice by the Beatles. And I bought a con explain by the who those those are the two things are really really wanted. There. You are in our member. I remember that feeling of being able to kind of buy your own music. That's right. Was like it was it was just. I felt so fantastic. And because of that was the only technology available Tatra? Most of the radio stuff was very limited. Most stuff was was stuff. Your parents listening to there was one show, you could get radio Luxembourg, if.

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