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"mr ward" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

09:13 min | 1 year ago

"mr ward" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"You would even say it glows. All of the other reindeer used to laugh and call him name. They never let poor Rudolph join in any reindeer games. Then one foggy Christmas Eve Santa came to say. Don't quit your nose so bright Won't you guide my sleigh to God? Then how the reindeer loved him as the shot it out with clean Rudolph the red nosed reindeer. You go down in history you wrap the presents I love wrapping Christmas presents will play the music. Just tell Alexa to play Sonny 1079. Hmm. Mm hmm. OK elves who's on my nice list himself. Florida Oh, Sana, Joanne oh, from Lake Worth is nice list approved sonny 1079 dot com to see if your child's on my nice list. I'll bet they are. It's the most wonderful time of the year with kitsch tingle bearing and everyone telling you be of the cheese. It's the most wonderful time. Oh, you know, it's hard happy you see. With those holiday greetings and gay happy meetings. When friends come to call it. It's the happiest see their parties for hosting marshmallows for toasting and ferilli. Our small they will be stable stories and tales of holies of Christmases long long ago. It's from bowls. Wonderful time. Never beginning. There'll be much mistletoe. We got a heart full legal. We went to love one's Arnie the most wonderful time of the year. Parties for hosting marshmallows, toasting and They will be scary ghost stories and tales of the bodies of Christmas in a long, long ago long ago. It's from most other full time love you very much Mr Ward away in a hospital be glowing when loved ones Ernie from those funds to the most wonderful I am. It's some bowls. One sunny. One of 79 is your Christmas music station. But after Christmas, it's the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties, the seventies eighties. Nineties. Welcome friends. Can't Mama Merry Christmas from the Palm Beach is station for the greatest hits of the seventies eighties and nineties? Sonny 1079. What could help you take advantage of today's low mortgage.

"mr ward" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"mr ward" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Nobody's trying to 80 because everyone thinks that Pelosi's power comes from the father, who was the politician, but he wasn't a you know, it wasn't a big leading You will be the bearer of Baltimore or something like that wasn't it at the time, probably a moderate Democrats. Right? And the party machine Democrats just my dad, but he wasn't as fanatical as this woman. This woman is a fanatical crazy woman. So she really isn't the power. She's part of the power structure. That runs the state and a very important part of it. We don't have to go into Ah Blower Gate right now they're getting, but she's trying Todo. Better match with that one of our arrogance. You know what from let them eat cake left and get a hair hair. Do you know I mean Even a local news turned on that I turned it on Friday, they were all turning against during running the poor women. Ooh! She's attacking. What happened, said that It's the the getting money that's behind all of it. So far as I can tell if they were benign. If they had done a good job in the state, I wouldn't care. I understand how politics works dollars money, right? Sure they're not benign. And they're not good managers. They destroyed the state. Long before covert. The state was already running into a stone wall. Member of the Jerry Brown Railroad train to nowhere, Right. Remember that? Where that money go? There's so many things that were being done just for pure, unadulterated. Green. So then Chapter two off the book. I'll fight for America also answers the question. It's cool the virus profiteers. Think about that the virus profiteers fortunes are being made. On this. Public health disaster. And The book ends with the chapter staring into the abyss, which is where we are right now. Staring into the abyss. Are we also going into the abyss? We don't know where this is going to go. We made in our hearts. We think it's all gonna work out because that's how we are as humans. We have to believe things will be okay, right? From the French revolution. To the American leftist revolution from climate history. It's a racial hysteria. That's the last chapter. And it says America is on the precipice of an abyss. We're staring into a self made oblivion where everything that has previously defined the greatest nation in human history is erased. Rather than fighting with a last breath to avoid it. We are running headlong into the chasm like lemmings stampeding over a cliff. One last line, Josh as he wrote, quote when I fall into the abyss. I go straight into it, Head down, heels up, and I'm even pleased I'm falling. In just such a humiliating position. And for me, I find a beautiful unquote. I don't find it beautiful. Not at all. But we're going to relive the nightmare. So many hundreds of millions of people have lived through around the world after capitalism was erased. And after the radicals took over their country. Remember the red Guards toppling statues in America. Remember the red Guards? The used toppling statues, Remington renaming universities all of the landmarks. This is how the Communist operated every country they take over. They erased the culture and they replaced the culture. And so when no one stopped them from knocking down Confederate war scratches except a few voices. What? Oh, I can't I didn't fight. Mr Ward doesn't mean anything to me. Okay, but when they came to the Confederate statues You said nothing because you weren't a Southerner. Right? Then, when they came to George Washington statue, you said nothing because it's only a statue. But then when they beat up the grandmother in the streets of New York as she went shopping the packs of wild teams There was no one there to help her. That's what we're living through. Right now. It's just outright Communist revolution. Josh, do you think Dr Savage that if Trump wins reelection, the rioting and violence that we see now is going to be incomparable to the destruction and chaos? If Trump wins, persons yes, yes, 100% feels like we're staring into another. There's no winner here. There's no real winner here because everyone thinks that magically of Biden winds, you know, give a hand signal. And all of these violent dlm. Marxists are going to go home. They're not going to go home. Where are they going to go? This is their livelihood, destroying things. So I don't see a winner here. I don't see how how it how it winds. The on ly thing here is that if Trump wins and the violence increases He will then have to crack down using the military to do something more pointed. Do you think that if Trump wins reelection There could be A potential civil war outbreak because of the temperature being so hot right now, and the Democrats laying down the tracks of trying to be legitimized the election. Kamala Harris today Russia could intervene and Biden could lose. You've got the transition project with Podesta. War gaming out what happens if Trump doesn't concede you've got hot, A Bloomberg You got a Bloomberg lieutenant from Mohawk Fish, which is his secret tech organization going on Axios the other day, and Trump's gonna win by a mile on election day, And then you gotta wait a week later with the mail in vote. I know that if I'm asking a very heated questions, so I respected if you want a baby. You now, but could be potentially see something Civil War as if Trump wins because the temperature is so hawks A lot of people fear that they figure even though I hate Biden and Mala Harris, they can talk to the rioters and tone it down. I don't believe that's true. I think that the rioters and now Dentally unto themselves. Look at what they just did to Ted Wheeler, the far left mayor of Portland. They turned on the light turn on the far left governor of Argon. These anarchists, communists, Marxists. R. A machine that could only be stopped the violence. So, no, I don't think that this is the magical stoppage remembered my 2040 that published a book called Stopped Coming. Civil War. You may recall that book and people said, Oh, yeah, right. It was a best seller for a reason I saw what was coming after Obama, Obama laid the seeds down for a civil war. Like a little good Marxists. He left all the way to the bank. You know him and Michelle made hundreds of millions of dollars. While professing their their their roads. Their philosophy speaks so no, it's not a good time. We're on a bridge. And if Trump wins, that will be more riots initially, but I think at that point Trump will have the mandate. To expand on that a generalization. Join those savage nation.

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"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:26 min | 1 year ago

"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

"Also check our website for a full list of memorial events today. It's 905. Many of the police reforms that protesters have been calling for around the country would become law under a bill that's been approved by the Virginia State Senate. The changes would include a ban on choke holds. The bill passed along party lines, with Republicans like Senator Amanda Chase, saying it would empower criminals and hurt police officers, making it harder for them to do their job when they're adrenaline is running and seconds count. What do you do? The sweeping legislation, bands choke holds and no knock search warrants and makes it easier to decertify an officer for misconduct. The reforms have a good chance at becoming law now, as many of the same proposals have already been approved by Virginia's House of delegates. Nick In Delhi, W T O P News to Prince George's County Police officers are now officially facing charges. Two officers have been indicted by a grand jury in two separate incidents in Prince George's County state's attorney, Aisha Braveboy, says Officer Bryant Strong has been charged with second degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office stemming from an October 2019 traffic stop of Diamante word. Blake, the family's attorney, says that he was paralyzed from the waist down at some point after conducting a search of Mr Ward blanks by Eddie officer Strong slammed him down on the ground while in handcuffs. Separately, Officer Lewis A. Ponti has been indicted on charges of scheme and theft under $10,000, as well as two counts of misconduct. A Ponti represented himself as a Prince George's County police officer while claiming toe work a secondary job at the Prince George's Hospital knowing that his police powers were suspended Valerie Bonked w T O P. News, the Prince George's County Police union, says it was shocked to learn of Officer Strong's indictment. The union says it's confident the Evidence will show his actions were fully justified and within policy. DC. Firefighter is charged with firing a handgun and assaulting police last Friday, According to court documents. Mohammed Goodwin fired a gun multiple times in the middle of way. Clark Place in Southeast D. C is also accused of punching one officer in the face while he was being handcuffed and later headbutting. Another officer. Two unregistered handguns were found on Goodwin during the incident. He's been with the D C Fire department since 2016 he is now on had been straight of leave. Coming up on w t o p that river of dirty water That was actually a main thoroughfare. It's 907. Are you worried about your underlying.

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"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

"Northeast Many of the police reforms that protesters have been calling for around the country would become law under a bill that's been approved by the Virginia State Senate. The changes would include a ban on choke holds. The bill passed along party lines, with Republicans like Senator Amanda Chase, saying it would empower criminals and hurt police officers, making it harder for them to do their job when they're adrenaline is running and seconds count. What do you do? The sweeping legislation, bands choke holds and no knock search warrants and makes it easier to decertify an officer for misconduct. The reforms have a good chance at becoming law now, as many of the same proposals have already been approved by Virginia's House of Delegates. Nakai Nelly W. T. O P. News to Prince George's County Police officers are now officially facing charges. Two officers have been indicted by a grand jury in two separate incidents in Prince George's County State's attorney Aisha Braveboy, says Officer Bryant strong He has been charged with second degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office stemming from in October. 2019 traffic stop of Diamante word Blake, The family's attorney, says that he was paralyzed from the waist down at some point after conducting a search of Mr Ward, Blake's body officer Strong slammed him down on the ground while in handcuffs. Separately, Officer Lewis A. Ponti has been indicted on charges of scheme and theft under $10,000, as well as two counts of misconduct. A Ponti represented himself as a Prince George's county. A police officer while claiming toe work a secondary job at the Prince George's Hospital knowing that his police powers were suspended Valerie Bonked w T O P News, the Prince George's County Police union, says it was shocked to learn Officer Bryants of Officer Strong's indictment. The union says it's confident the evidence will show his actions were fully justified and within policy. Coming up a change to the timetable for the Purple Line. It's 707 the threats to our nation and war fighters are changing. Hypersonic missiles will travel more than a mile per second, so every second counts..

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"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:06 min | 1 year ago

"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

"Attorney, Aisha Braveboy, says Officer Bryant Strong has been charged with second degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office stemming from an October 2019 traffic stop of Diamante word Blake. I'm Lee's attorney says that he was paralyzed from the waist down at some point after conducting a search of Mr Ward, Blake's body officer Strong slammed him down on the ground while in handcuffs. Separately, Officer Lewis A. Ponti has been indicted on charges of scheme and theft under $10,000, as well as two counts of misconduct. A Ponti represented himself as a Prince George's County police officer while claiming toe work a secondary job at the Prince George's Hospital knowing that his police powers were suspended Valerie Bonked w T o p Choose well. New Tonight Cos. In charge of building the Purple line can quit if they choose. A state judge in Maryland, says the construction contractors involved can leave the project midway through over. Over cost overruns about some $800 million worth. Transit leaders in Maryland say they will finish the project without them, but that will require another 1 to 2 years to complete. The Purple line will connect Montgomery and Prince George's County was initially supposed to open in March 2020 to 11 12. The EPA is not doing enough to protect the Chesapeake Bay. That's what D C Maryland and Virginia claiming in a lawsuit. Maryland Attorney General Brian Frost says Bay Water is used to be overflowing with toys. Hers and fish, but we've abused it. Oysters survive today at 1% or less of their former levels. We've over, harvested some species to extinction and polluting it so badly that many more on the brink lawsuit says the is not requiring Pennsylvania and New York to follow through on plans to restore the base health. The state's filing soon warned the back in May, but they say the agency never responded. All the work concerns that Labor day gathering this could cause a spike in covert 19 cases. So did that actually happen? Well, we won't know for a while. Dr. Joshua Sharfstein with the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health says with the way the virus spreads, it'll be weeks before we know the impact of Labor Day for Memorial Day we thought about a month afterwards. So that's when we would really start to see something here in D. C. The seven day positivity right in testing has been down. It's a 2.6%. Was 3.3% a month ago. Maryland is at 3.7% That's up from 3.6% a month ago in Northern Virginia, has also gone up in the past month from 5.6% to 6.4. Nick in Delhi, W T O P news and there's also new concern about covert 19, according to a new Yale University study. Kuroda virus may directly invade the brain doctor David Vegas is a CBS News Medical contributor. In the last week or two. We've heard about its effect on the heart we know about its effect on the law. And now more and more data to effect on the brain. Many covert 19 victims experience nagging headaches, confusion and being delirious. Jim Chrysalis CBS News Stay Right here. Sports is next. A.

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"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:40 min | 1 year ago

"mr ward" Discussed on WTOP

"And July of last year. Brave boy said a pond he represented himself as an officer while claiming toe work a secondary job at the Prince George's Hospital. Knowing that his police powers were suspended. Additionally, Officer Bryant strong has been charged with second degree assault, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office stemming from the traffic stop of demand. A word Blake last October Mr Ward Blake was removed from the vehicle and detained by officers want to see the family's attorney says that he was paralyzed from the waist down. Valerie Bonked w T O P NEWS. It's a 21. The Virginia Senate has passed a sweeping police reform bill along party lines. Many Republicans opposed the measure that bans No knock warrants chokeholds purchases of certain military hardware by police Department and create statewide standards for police conduct. Democratic State Senator Mamie Locke, who co sponsored the bill says it's not anti law enforcement. The legislation would also create a process for decertifying officers who violate new standards. The Defense Department tonight faces strong criticism for how it responds to cases of sexual assault among Children on military bases. In a new report, the Pentagon's own Office of Inspector general says leaders have downplayed such assaults among military Children. The report also says the Defense Department failed to support victims and seldom held offenders accountable. The Senate Armed Services Committee Commission. The review following an Associated Press investigation. That probe also prompted Congress to require a series of reforms that the armed services have been implementing in recent years. A Justice Department crackdown on people who tried to profit from the pandemic. More than 50. People are charged there, accused of defrauding the paycheck protection program. Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian Rabbit. The cases we've charged involve attempts to steal Over $175 Million from the DPP and actual losses to the federal government of over $70 Million Paycheck Protection program is designed as an incentive for small businesses to keep their workers on the payroll. 8 22. Are you finding these tumultuous times? We're leaving you craving the simple or things, especially food. It's not just you were cooking at home or craving more comfort foods and according to the Wall Street Journal, even tablecloths, they're making a comeback and not those ultra high end table claws. But linens like your grandmother's. The chaos around us has going for comfortable seating and softer lighting in the kitchen. A journal also says that changes for restaurants will include more of them morphing their menus to include meal kits, cooking classes and wine clubs. Another transom, culinary experts are seeing a shift away from animal protein and toward a plant based meat and dairy substitutes. Joan Jones w T. O P. News 23, D C. Maryland and Virginia are filing suit against the accusing it of failing to protect the Chesapeake Bay and other local waters. William Baker is president of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation and says the EPA is not Holding Pennsylvania and New York accountable for their role in maintaining the base health. Let me tell you what I personally witnessed in the 39 years I have run CBF. I have witnessed numerous commitments. To save the day that have been made. And failed. The states suing the say they notify the agency to take action within two months or they would sue and they say the did not respond. Still ahead Tonight in money news, tell a work about to end at one big investment bank stay with the Virginia Lottery has a new game. This is Tina. And this is how you play you pick up the 10 numbers out of 80. Kino draws 20.

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"mr ward" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

03:18 min | 1 year ago

"mr ward" Discussed on KCRW

"This is the first year in my 12 years in Oakland Unified that I'm actually not teaching a class. Instead, Zalman has a new job. Tech support guy He'd been doing some work on top of his teaching duties for years. But now it's all texts. A port all the time. Do you have the computer in front of you? He spends his days on phone and video chats, helping staff students and families navigate the transition to distance learning. First thing, what you do is make sure you turn it all the way off. What we're going to do is we're gonna totally reset the computer this year. Every Oakland Unified School has someone in a similar role. Some teachers like Zalman have been reassigned to these jobs full time. Others are being paid to do them on top of other responsibilities. Zalman helped get loner computers out to nearly half the school students during the first week of school. Then another set of issues cropped up. Even when families get home with that chrome book in hand or that hot spot in hand. They don't always know how to use it. And then, of course, Things go wrong. Seventh grader Dora Andrews has been borrowing a chromebook from her school since the spring on the phone with Salman, she explains it was working fine when it suddenly stopped recognizing her home. WiFi network languages now are in an attic. He pop it up. And I was trying the leader ofthe there's going, but it wouldn't come off. Well, I'm happy to help you. This is a problem that a lot of the school computers have been having have a way of fixing it. Okay, We're going to put the computer into what's called Develop remote door. I got connected to Zelman in the second week of school because they're teachers noticed she hadn't been able to connect to zoom. She'd been trying to use her phone. But I will not hold for a minute after she and Zellman get the WiFi dilemma fixed. They move onto enrolling the computer in the district's network being in the network blocks kids from gaming sites and other inappropriate Web material and automatically installs browser extensions and APS students need for school. So you're going to type in a special email address, and which I'm sure she can log into her email account where her teachers have been sending messages. She hasn't been ableto access. Is it thing that you're missing? Sing like email in past where you enter, Don't match. Eventually they get things sorted. It works A. The whole process takes less than 15 minutes. Sometimes the problems aren't so simple. If a phone call doesn't cut it, Zalman used zoom or face time in the most complicated cases he meets people in person family is, you know, get frustrated very easily in a lot of the lot of the conversations that I have I'm playing role of both support but also doing some therapy of like It's okay like this is hard for everybody since school started, Zelman estimates he's helped 40 to 50 students and families. Got your computer's working. I'm glad that you know what Don't forget to send the message to Mr Pence, Sir. Mr Ward's They know that you're all set to go for tomorrow. Okay? A couple days after Durai attacked Zelman, the chromebook was acting up again seem problem. Eventually she got another borrowed school computer, which seemed to be working. Three weeks into the semester, This seventh grader was finally ready to start school. For the California report. I'm Vanessa Frank Daniel in Oakland. And that's the California report for this Tuesday, September 1st a production of public radio..

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"mr ward" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And the conversation for example veer into Frank Whiteley. Show Award and forego. which was was a lot of fun because Barca gave Barclays the work for frank like when you're in the during roughage to your winter. and. It just gave a really. Gloom initiating example of Frank white. We we which. Hard boot a gruff. for Middle School Talk school. Could train of thought But When it came to show ward. For though at the time. Missed widely. was really respectful. and it kind of painted really interesting picture because eventually when Shell Award. of retired and Martha Jerry. and show award. We're looking for a new training forego for nineteen seventy six. Was Mr Ward of course chose Mr White we, so that's. Kind of fun, little diversion, but As you pointed out on this show the other day, robin had a great great piece on why they stuck with manny, Franco in and you had embark. We discussed it in depth, but yeah, those those were some great videos. if I say so myself and I encourage you to watch him. Well the the fact that the Robin reached out to Ramon Dominguez for insight and and Barclay kind of provided the counterbalance to Ramones Association with the Barn and you the. Writer's been there. There's there's eras that you know when when riders. Come in to You know the the sphere. As it were with. With! A Barn and Ramon wrote a lot of the winners during during the prime of his career and for Barclay There's you know what's interesting about tag to that. Kind of long form conversation that we never seem to get to with him. We talk about some of his old early successes, but his. His origins as A Pennsylvania, horse, country, Steeplechase rider. that. you know the the origin story for for Barclay? It. was. A you know he. He's from that old school steeplechase. Them you know careers on the race track assistant. One on his own in the early seventies and Robin to I, mean Robin people don't know this but She worked as an assistant to Dr. John at Fisher the trainer and then. Some there went on her own and train the Charles town. And then later you know hooked up with Barkley when? They started dating But interestingly backstory to this Barkley. Known Robbins family for a long time and actually had known Robin. I think from from the age when bobby was five. And so you know. It's it's a long history, and then of course Two of them Developed a relationship much later on obviously but. Really Interesting Story You know Them, a their respective trained careers. 'cause you point out there. We'll deep blue and. Committed Atlantic horsemanship and It's so evident steed when you go to the barn. reminds me of old barns the. And and as a young kid actually. Sneaking into. Belmont and Teenager and I actually go over frankly responding seat him hoping for go. Like, Sixty. Seventy six, seventy seven. And you know. She Barclay reminds me of that old school that. kind of it's not bearing more So a lot of people that. Kind of remember that they they were very enthused with the. That did and it Kinda brought back memories for them to. See when I see Barclay next that actually I want to ask him a he he's from Lancaster, and and it makes me wonder. If at any point, he's had horses. For for Pechstein. Who? Who you know is she is Lancaster she? Pastor. And of course. You know with for years with with Without but I I it does occur to me that There has to be there have to be. And, also, I'm curious if Yeah and I. Barclays! Must have handled some some J. sources over the years. Not sure. That's a good question to ask them. That we're GONNA, we're. GonNa explore that we're going to I. If I may here from. From Bill Gallo momentarily with with. Until it the filling all the blacks. You always do we should do Barclay tag. This is your life. We could do a whole thing with the you know bringing you. Got Some real at he's. Glory. He Eddie such, be he it'll you've had? Now and extended opportunity over the years because of the association with with Mr Fifty. To spend time with him, but he. He. had so little exposure to the national. Turf riding scene. I had a funny side, and and was was immediately I, portrayed as as curmudgeonly and and and grouchy and this, and that which he just isn't I. It's there's a sort of a a you know of of a facade there that that once you know, once you get past it. He's he's is warm and affable and an easy to talk to, and you know when you're at Belmont particularly. More so at Belmont. It seems than Saratoga. At Belmont. When he comes over, and he's one of the trainers that'll train on the on the main track, and he'll come and lean on the fence, and and you know. You. Have Half Hour Windows, twenty minute windows to talk to him that way, and it's always it's always a pleasure, and and you always learn something I mean the he. He'll volunteer information and it just it. It's so clear that this time around on this triple crown run. You know he's just he's very different. and people are going to have a another chance to. Get the noam. I i. wish there was more media that you know were around I mean it's such a narrow focus right now. Sit I mean basically it's. It's Dave Greenwich Bobby Halt and then. On Track and That's. That's pretty much. Everything everything you just said about Barclays. Kinda comes through video because. You. See his Understated humor you know and and you see how what a really nice guy he is, and it's funny because. he he's been painted as a margin, but for years he thought I would come on come margin and I didn't eight that I. So quick and ironic I said you're the you're the margin..

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"mr ward" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

08:51 min | 2 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"And the conversation for example veer into Frank Whiteley. Show Award and forego. which was was a lot of fun because Barca gave Barclays the work for frank like when you're in the during roughage to your winter. and. It just gave a really. Gloom initiating example of Frank white. We we which. Hard boot a gruff. for Middle School Talk school. Could train of thought But When it came to show ward. For though at the time. Missed widely. was really respectful. and it kind of painted really interesting picture because eventually when Shell Award. of retired and Martha Jerry. and show award. We're looking for a new training forego for nineteen seventy six. Was Mr Ward of course chose Mr White we, so that's. Kind of fun, little diversion, but As you pointed out on this show the other day, robin had a great great piece on why they stuck with manny, Franco in and you had embark. We discussed it in depth, but yeah, those those were some great videos. if I say so myself and I encourage you to watch him. Well the the fact that the Robin reached out to Ramon Dominguez for insight and and Barclay kind of provided the counterbalance to Ramones Association with the Barn and you the. Writer's been there. There's there's eras that you know when when riders. Come in to You know the the sphere. As it were with. With! A Barn and Ramon wrote a lot of the winners during during the prime of his career and for Barclay There's you know what's interesting about tag to that. Kind of long form conversation that we never seem to get to with him. We talk about some of his old early successes, but his. His origins as A Pennsylvania, horse, country, Steeplechase rider. that. you know the the origin story for for Barclay? It. was. A you know he. He's from that old school steeplechase. Them you know careers on the race track assistant. One on his own in the early seventies and Robin to I, mean Robin people don't know this but She worked as an assistant to Dr. John at Fisher the trainer and then. Some there went on her own and train the Charles town. And then later you know hooked up with Barkley when? They started dating But interestingly backstory to this Barkley. Known Robbins family for a long time and actually had known Robin. I think from from the age when bobby was five. And so you know. It's it's a long history, and then of course Two of them Developed a relationship much later on obviously but. Really Interesting Story You know Them, a their respective trained careers. 'cause you point out there. We'll deep blue and. Committed Atlantic horsemanship and It's so evident steed when you go to the barn. reminds me of old barns the. And and as a young kid actually. Sneaking into. Belmont and Teenager and I actually go over frankly responding seat him hoping for go. Like, Sixty. Seventy six, seventy seven. And you know. She Barclay reminds me of that old school that. kind of it's not bearing more So a lot of people that. Kind of remember that they they were very enthused with the. That did and it Kinda brought back memories for them to. See when I see Barclay next that actually I want to ask him a he he's from Lancaster, and and it makes me wonder. If at any point, he's had horses. For for Pechstein. Who? Who you know is she is Lancaster she? Pastor. And of course. You know with for years with with Without but I I it does occur to me that There has to be there have to be. And, also, I'm curious if Yeah and I. Barclays! Must have handled some some J. sources over the years. Not sure. That's a good question to ask them. That we're GONNA, we're. GonNa explore that we're going to I. If I may here from. From Bill Gallo momentarily with with. Until it the filling all the blacks. You always do we should do Barclay tag. This is your life. We could do a whole thing with the you know bringing you. Got Some real at he's. Glory. He Eddie such, be he it'll you've had? Now and extended opportunity over the years because of the association with with Mr Fifty. To spend time with him, but he. He. had so little exposure to the national. Turf riding scene. I had a funny side, and and was was immediately I, portrayed as as curmudgeonly and and and grouchy and this, and that which he just isn't I. It's there's a sort of a a you know of of a facade there that that once you know, once you get past it. He's he's is warm and affable and an easy to talk to, and you know when you're at Belmont particularly. More so at Belmont. It seems than Saratoga. At Belmont. When he comes over, and he's one of the trainers that'll train on the on the main track, and he'll come and lean on the fence, and and you know. You. Have Half Hour Windows, twenty minute windows to talk to him that way, and it's always it's always a pleasure, and and you always learn something I mean the he. He'll volunteer information and it just it. It's so clear that this time around on this triple crown run. You know he's just he's very different. and people are going to have a another chance to. Get the noam. I i. wish there was more media that you know were around I mean it's such a narrow focus right now. Sit I mean basically it's. It's Dave Greenwich Bobby Halt and then. On Track and That's. That's pretty much. Everything everything you just said about Barclays. Kinda comes through video because. You. See his Understated humor you know and and you see how what a really nice guy he is, and it's funny because. he he's been painted as a margin, but for years he thought I would come on come margin and I didn't eight that I. So quick and ironic I said you're the you're the margin..

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"mr ward" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

The How-to Entrepreneur

04:19 min | 2 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on The How-to Entrepreneur

"Challenge yourself to be the best you can be, and it sounds very cliche, but when you're feeling down, you feel on sad when you feel in Med, challenge yourself to get out of that state very quickly, so the states in which we rest in live in and and become or determined by how we see ourselves, and how we think about ourselves so right there your attitude, your mindset. Your energy determines oftentimes. Your outcome so be very very aware of that, and in terms of just day-to-day tools that I give people is when you have an awareness of where it is that you're at at all times, mentally physically In business then you give yourself a really fair shake as where it is that you really are where it is that you really WanNa go, but I'll tell you just that prime example times in my build of this training facility training brands where I was looking at franchise that was I was bullshitting myself, but I wasn't being honest with myself because I was BS myself. If I wasn't guessing myself. I would have done things different. But I started to believe that this is what I wanted to do when my heart that I didn't really want to do it deep down so. You gotta listen to your instincts and and don't be afraid to listen to him. Because oftentimes they're gonNA lead you the right way. Don't oftentimes listen to your fear, but listen to your instincts. Awesome now normally, guys. You'd have to pay for that sort of stuff, but I got it out of in for free, so you can. You can thank me later. Subscribe to review, but there you have it. Ladies and Gentlemen Coach Dana Cavalier Dan on behalf of the how entrepreneur and the audience. I want to thank you for coming on. It's been a pleasure. Thank you. Thank you very much. Just a quick recap for the show. You Know Dana was saying It's it helps to be a little analog. A little old fashioned everyone's on instagram. Anyone can pay for an instagram linked in a facebook ad and it doesn't make personable especially if you have. A peer to peer Stinger. You're trying to do something where you're actually involved with someone on a personal level. You're going to need to learn how to. Play a major role in those environments. If you WANNA, be contributing factor to these people. Now, he was saying that he he gets his book. He sends him a handwritten message. And sometimes it takes ten years. Stuff doesn't happen overnight and also. Pays to be naive in a sense that starting this entrepreneurial journey of yours is. Going to be a surefire thing from the get-go yet, you need that mindset, but don't tell yourself. Don't lie to yourself. You don't have to live with yourself to kick it. You don't have to paint a picture. That isn't real for yourself. When you look in the mirror and you see what's in front of you. Take that for what it's worth. And maybe a grain of salt. And maybe a skyscraper. Either way it is what it is, and there's no point enforcing it. On Mondays episode. We're going to have on the founder of member space, Mr Ward Sandler so this should be a good one to listen to any of you guys or girls out. There are thinking that you want to start a software as a service company or more or less, just the software company that does something for someone or an entity of people or business. In Layman's terms for those of you who haven't or aren't familiar with the term SAS. SAS program we get the INS and outs of it out to start it up how to get it going. And most of all had made it autonomous. You can learn all that more Monday until then enjoy your guys weekend. I appreciate you. Listen Monday Wednesday and Friday as usual We got some really good shows coming up next week. If you haven't already go ahead and shoot us an email at the entrepreneur. Excuse me the. G Mail. We get you signed up on the mailing list. You can get that weekly forecast that we send out. So you know exactly what you got to look forward to next week. Dillon signing out talk to you guys Monday. Congratulations everyone you made it to the end of the show before we get out of here today, we're gonNA, leave off the word from our sponsor leatherback year home to the world's safest backpack, the only bag that goes from backpack to bulletproof vest and seconds all their bags are rated for level, three threat that ballistic standard of Resistance Houston the US most of the world today get yours now at leatherback year dot com..

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"mr ward" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Has quite the challenge on his hands the latest census figures paint a grim picture of soaring rates of homelessness across New South Wales figures released late last year we showed that crisis services have had to turn away more than half of the people who have asked for help getting a roof over their heads and most people who did receive some form of temporary accommodation a bed in a crisis shelter a boarding house hostel or motel did not end up with a permanent harm that means even with the national help most people aren't escaping homelessness so the thirty four million dollar question ease what happens at the end of the thirty days of people are afforded thirty days inn hotel accommodation what happens at the end of that well hopefully we've worked with people successfully to be able to find them permanent accommodation is a stock available so we have a program to programs actually the social formal housing fund where around sixty percent of the way through the build and or delivery of stock there as part of the thirty four million dollar announcement pile so I was able to extend products like ring choice right choice use stop safely and they private rental subsidies but right now at the end of the thirty day period do you have enough stock available for everybody to be able to be transferred into permanent house well that's what we need more Sushma formal housing and we've a Dodge that that's what we're building more but when you talk about the immediacy of the response there are other products that are available to get picked last is that a commitment from you that everyone who wants permanent housing will get it at the end of the thirty day period I'd like to be able to give a guarantee for every person obviously this is an enormous challenge obviously it's an enormous challenge the stats suggest Mr ward's best intentions may not.

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"mr ward" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:11 min | 2 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Colonel Allen west does not listen he's a senior fellow media research center he's an author of overcoming American black conservatives manifesto he also has a book called Texas hold the nation victory or death and we know he's running for the Texas GOP chair colonel can Beto o'rourke to liver Biden deliver Texas for Biden well that's what he hopes to to do I mean without a doubt you see him believing that he could be the vice presidential candidate but when you think about Joe Biden and his time in the Obama administration we don't want to go back to those policies we don't want to go back to that economy we don't want to go back to all the gas industry that was hope you know horribly regulated decimated now the last three years we see that here in Texas the only gas industry is booming and we're dead exporter of those resources and we're energy at the company and I don't think we want to go back to that so I think Mr ward just trying to be an opportunity for the morning in the in the moment but the real thing that we have seen and learned from South Carolina is that Joe Biden is completely dependent upon the African American vote that is what got him over the hump in South Carolina that is what he is hoping will help him in the southern states today is super Tuesday and that is what he believes will propel him on to get this nomination but again if you look at president trump and the successes he said with his policies with the black community in the United States of America is a precedent and so that's what your body is going to have to try to run against I mean we Joe Biden has been it's been terrible he's a terrible candidate I I cannot believe the magnitude of the mistakes he made and the stuff that he says that makes no sense here but yet Amy Klobuchar says this yesterday cut six it is us all of us to put our country back together to heal this country and something even greater I believe we can do this together and that is why today I am ending my campaign and endorsing the crowd.

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"mr ward" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

11:13 min | 2 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Remember I. I don't know if it's this movie or it's an episode. But I remember something like like Commissioner Gordon goes and says we're you know we're we're you guys what happened like Oh we made a wrong turn ended up at the dock and the whole time. I'm like you guys are the police of this city. You should know where every turn is an every nook and cranny like you or the police force ever in the history of everything they go from the worst police force to the most corrupt police force like ten years ago. So let's think about this. So Batman movie or a focus more than movie but splinter was this before for the longest time. This is the only piece of home media you could get for the Batman. Sixty six series. You weren't able to get any the TV episodes or anything like that. You couldn't buy them so. I remember my mom bind the VHS of this and watching it and it was great because the show you know. Like I said it had Batman and Robin but it also had the villains. I mean this. Is this movie if nothing else is amazing just because we have joker ridler penguin cat woman all together. I mean and Frank Gordon is amazing as the Ridler darn right he is and best. Ridler Burgess Meredith. This is amazing. As the Penguin Cesar Romero is amazing. The joker and as I was stating before and I know album AC- This brand's GonNa make a smart comeback and I really. She's the Fed my comeback. Once we get there but I feel like every joker has worked for the time it was created and I have a hard time picking one better than the other. Because I feel Caesar. A marriage jokers perfect for this time. I have no quarrel. Cesar Ramirez Joker. I know that. But I'm saying I'm talking about jokers in general and we'll get there. There's only one joker I have a problem with only want. We'll get there but you know that's why people like. Aw Jack Nicholson was better than it's either. Ramiro I can say. Yeah but I can say you know what it was to interpretations of the character and they're both perfectly valid just like Adam West as Batman as valid. Now Gentlemen. Yeah they're completely different. I have a question for you. This is this is a main question. Do we should talk main questions on this. Show but Lee meriwether Julie Newmar cap woman. Which do you prefer? Well I mean the most the the cat woman I remember most is from the movie. Yeah same same here just because I had this to to watch more. I remember watching sixty six to show on fx on reruns. But this was the Batman of the time that I had. It's the only thing I can bring it home. You know and I you know for the longest time. I didn't realize there was another actress as count and I want to talk about birth. Kit came one touch. Didn't know certificate. No but I know the whole evening. Jumar thing was pretty crazy actually and I remember. They filmed this movie like in a break from season. One right up to season one. They made this movie They they they did season one of the show and then it took off so well. And they're like okay. We need to. We need to really Market that's why he didn't really You know strike when it's hot. And then they made this movie and then season now. I don't know if you guys have the BLU ray of the show but If you do you'll notice that she's in two very long season to his exit. Broke up the two parts If you try to get this show digitally or whatnot. So when after this movie was so successful than they had this long season two and then the show can alike? You know. We'll more can we do? And they they try to bring him back girl to spice things up and then they're like okay. We're done we're going to bring on the Brande's comics and change thanks. I think the way you just talked about. The production order seems more at the way they do a lot of animated series. Where they what was it like an initial thirteen episodes and then if it picks up the second season is like sixty some episodes or something and you know and then later when they divided into home release. They really confused to look at like the release order of Batman the animated series. And the order if you buy on DVD right. But I realized that I was reading some stuff. Here that free Gorshenin the mazing Ridler and this movie like does not appear any of the second season he doesn't. He returns in the third season. Yeah they got that Gosh what's his name. The guy that was playing Gomez Adams Adams off yes. I'm drawing a blank. Is John Austin while I have never watched the show like all the way through. I have only seen random Syndicated episodes On television so I mean I can only go by like you know what I've heard for certain things like the dip in production costs for season three You know the the changing of the cat women like I could. I can barely remember Earth a kit as woman ever Lee meriwether for the movie is the one I recognize the most But I also know Julie Newmar. I'm with you for a long time like I knew of things like I remember. Always watching the opening credits getting excited to see if the back girl Batmobile. You know comes. The bat cycle with that girl comes running across the screen Right and I. I've seen a lot of it but I couldn't tell you where where an episode is placed together like except for the only episode. I could probably tell you is is a hi diddle riddle and then the next episode of the first two episodes of the of the series about it. Let's see I have the third season I bought it when there's a special. Mbbs came out. It was ten bucks for the DVD set of season three and it came with a five dollar ticket to the movie. So I bought that one and then I have a have the all the digital files of the series somewhere so you. You'd be happy to do that. I have it on Blu Ray and I have known digital but when I watched it I watched it on Blu Ray. So how is it thousand? GonNa ask you how you're actually watched it on physical media. Yes this is A. This is a flip from last time. We're Brian gave us like heck for For not streaming and being all hippie old school. Yeah he was he was hitting the spring I love streaming but by when it might have been I forget when it came on Blu Ray it might have been within it might around two thousand sixteen because I know there's a big thing that's why they had it out when bbs came out every time. I go to Walmart and I walked through the movie section. I see Batman Sixty six. I'm like I need to get that collection. Yeah how does it look because I feel like the colors pop but does it? Does it like you know I'm watching on? Dvd okay that's what it even then in DVD definition. There's just things you start to notice where we're at the resolutions higher and like sometimes with order things when they were filled with low deaf and all that type stuff just doesn't hold up or like it looks horrible and high read well to put perspective So when that BLU ray box set came out. Tom My mon- my way. Jen went and got because she knew how much it meant to me. So you have a good wife so so in the box it. You know really big. There's a button you can press. Play the Bat The Bat Song who bat team with it open and yes it opens it up. It has a little hot wheel batmobiles. I still have the box centrating cards and then they felt there. There's a little tidbit from Adam. West and all this stuff is fantastic and the colors are brighter in in HD. You know with the BLU. Ray and the remastered stop the sounds great but putting even more perspective I think it was two years two years before Adam West. Pass away I was in Pittsburgh as I'm from Pittsburgh and Pittsburgh at the time and a year prior to when I met him west. Burt Ward Adam how to cancel 'cause health issues so when he came back you is a big deal and I'm in the queue in a room and this guy comes up and the questions for out of Western Burke and he's like yes. This question is for Mr Ward as you knew the Blue Ria set has just recently came out.

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"mr ward" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

Boring Books for Bedtime

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on Boring Books for Bedtime

"And we trust nothing is wanting to maintain the high character. You're now accorded to the cricket field as the Standard Authority on every part of our National Game James Pycroft may eighteen eighteen fifty four preface to the first edition in the following pages are devoted to the history. The science of our National Game Isaac Walton has added a charm to the rod and line Colonel Hawker to the dog and the gun and Nimrod and Harry Hi over to the hunting field but the cricket field is to this day on trodden ground we have been long expected to hear of some chronicler aided aided and abetted by the noblemen and gentlemen of the Marla Bone Club one who should combine with all the resources of a ready writer traditionally law and practical experience but time is fast thinning the ranks of the Veterans Lord Frederick Bo Clerk and the once celebrated player the Honorable Henry Tuft and afterwards earl of Senate have passed away day and probably sparks of the Edinburgh ground and Mr John Golden Hereinafter mentioned are the only surviving players players who have witnessed both the formation and the jubilee of the Marla Bone Club following as it has the fortunes of the pavilion and of the enterprising Thomas Lord literally threw three removes and one fire from white conduit fields to the present Lord's how then it will be asked to we presumed to save from oblivion the records of cricket as regards. What's the antiquities of the game. Our history is the result of patient researches in old English literature as regards its changes agents and chances and the players of olden time. It fortunately happens that some fifteen years ago we furnished ourselves with with old nyons account of the cricketers of his time and the Hambledon club and using Bentley's book of matches from Seventeen Eighty six eighteen twenty five to suggest questions and test the truth of answers we passed many interesting our in Hampshire and in Surrey by the peat fires of those villages which were the walkers David Harris Belgium well US and some others of the All England players a fifty years since Bennett Harry Hampton Beldiman and sparks who I taught us to play all men of the last century have at various times contributed to our earlier earlier animals while Thomas bigly for some days our landlord the late Mr Ward and especially Mr her each bud often are antagonised in lansdowne matches have respectively assisted in the first twenty years of the present century. Eh but distinct mention must we make of one most important chronicler whose recollections were co extensive with the whole history of the game in its matured and perfect form William Phoenix and here we must thank our kind hind friend the Reverend John Mitford Ben Hall for his memoranda of many a winter's evening with that fine old player papers especially valuable because Fedex is impressions were so distinct and his observations so correct that added to his his practical illustrations with bat and ball no other man could enable us so truthfully to compare ancient with modern times. How Old Phoenix in his declining years was hospitable appointed by Mr Mitford to a sincere office created expressly in his honor in the beautiful gardens of Ben Hall and Pilch and box and Bailey and all of his old acquaintance will not be surprised to hear that the old man would carefully water and a roll his little cricket ground on Summer Mornings and on wet and wintry three days would sit in the chimney corner dealing over and over again by the hour to an imaginary partner of very dark and dingy did you pack of cards and then Sally forth to teach a long remembered lesson to some hobnailed frequenter of the village Ale House so much for the history but why should we venture on the science of the game many may be excellently qualified and have a fund of Anecdote and illustration still not one of the many more venture on a book hundreds play without knowing principles suppose many no they cannot explain and some could explain but fear the certain labor and cost with the most uncertain certain return of authorship for our own part. We have felt our way the wide circulation of our recollections of college days and course of English reading promises a patient hearing on subjects within our proper sphere and that in this this fear lies cricket we may without vanity presumed to assert pour in August last at Mr darks repository free at Lord's our little treatise on the principles of scientific batting slatter Oxford eighteen thirty five was singled out as the book which contained as much on cricket as all that had ever been written and more besides that same day hey did. We proceed to arrange with masters. Longman naturally desires to lead a second advance movement as we let the first and to break break the spell which we had thus been assured had for fifteen years chain down the invention of literary cricketers at the identical point need to where we left off for not a single rule or principle as yet been published in advance of our own though more than one author author has been kind enough to adopt thinking no doubt the parents were dead our ideas and language too shall we ever for make new books asks. Tristram Shandy as apothecary make new mixtures by pouring only out of one vessel into another you know but so communist the failing that actually even this illustration of plagiarism stern stole from Burton like solitary travelers from unknown lands. We are naturally desirous to offer some confirmation of statements depending otherwise otherwise too much on our literary honor we happily have received the following from we believe the oldest player of the day can be pronounced a good player still. Mr E H Budd quote I returned the proof sheets of the history of my contemporaries contemporaries and can truly say that they do indeed remind me of.

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Emilio Estevez Talks New Movie:The Public

Popcorn with Peter Travers

05:12 min | 3 years ago

Emilio Estevez Talks New Movie:The Public

"There's a movie now called the public which I think everybody should see it's about a public library and sit in that takes place with the homeless people that are there. But why should I talk about it? When I have the director writer producer and star. You must be exhausted. Amelia, I am. I am here is anyway Amelia. Thank you. Thank you for being so much extra. So you know, we talked a little bit before about how you seem to disappear in the right people who are interviewing now are always saying if that was the last movie you made was the breakfast club. Right. True. True. His back in the library after thirty five years. Imagine that they never thirty five years. Yes. True. But you this one really did take some time for you to get launched. It took. In fact, this week is the is the anniversary of the twelve years that it's where I began this this this started April first two thousand seven it began with the LA times arriving at the house. I open it up. I read an article written by librarian who was retiring from Salt Lake City is named chip ward. And the piece was about how libraries had become defacto homeless shelters and Halliburton's were now tasked with being first responders and effectively being defacto social workers. And so I was really moved by the piece I had done the bulk of my research for Bobby down at the at the downtown branch public library. And so I went back to the library to see if it wasn't fact every bit as bad as. Mr. ward was talking about. And of course, it was not localized to Salt Lake City. This was happening in Los Angeles and in really every urban library across the country. And so I started imagining what it would look like if the patrons most of whom were homeless and some of whom are mentally ill. What if they stayed in old fashioned sixties protests? What would that look like on a particularly cold night? They decided we're not leaving how would law enforcement react. How would the press spin that? And how might oh politician who is in the middle of an election cycle. How might he use that event and change their for political gain? You hear about that? And you think oh, there's a sit in its the public library, and I'm not knocking any documentaries that are made about it. You know, who wasteman or actually his great. It's about this. But in order for an audience to be paying attention. You can't give them a sermon and say you can't. Should be doing this. No, it can't be didactic. It can't you can't beat the audience over the head. It is. I didn't make a what someone called a kale salad kill salads. Good free. And you should eat it. I don't want it. Yeah. So so I think this is more like a gluten free cheesecake continue to food analogy wanna see that post. This movie is a rule in free. She. But but we've we're on a thirty city tour. I've taken the film from Seattle down the coast cross the country, we screened at libraries at at at the convention Llabres convention in New Orleans. We did it in up in Seattle at the at the midwinter conference screen it for a homeless advocacy groups screened in homeless shelters, and what's what has been so gratifying for me as a filmmaker is to watch the story unfold for the people I made it for this movie celebrates the misfits and the outcast and the marginalized and the poor and they're seeing themselves on screen and there. Wow. That's that's me. That's and it's inspiring them. They're feeling empowered as they see it. And so that is ultimately who I made the movie for so it's it's been quite a ride, and I believe worth every bit of the twelve years that I've invested in in this like. Just because how many days did you actually have to shoot it? So will you know? What it takes to take independent movie this day and a half? Right. But it takes twelve years to get exactly you're in twenty three days. Again, was I had to be very well prepped, and it was a feat really of the editor of this film because the movie has an enormous cast. And it had we had to make it look like they were all there at the same time. And so you reach out the Jeffrey. A lot of the more are now. Right. So Alec Baldwin. You've got for five days Jeffrey Wright comes in and out of shooting Westworld. And he's got six days and Taylor shillings in the middle of doing oranges, a new black and she's got four days. So and you're looking at everybody schedule, and you're thinking don't they understand don't they get it? But actors they don't unless you've directed. You. Don't totally understand what the director is is going through trying to make all that. And I don't bring any of that stress to the set. I don't they never know what's going on

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"mr ward" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

The Ben Shapiro Show

03:49 min | 3 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on The Ben Shapiro Show

"Yes. Clearly, this is a man who has suffered. Clearly, this is a person who is overcome obstacles like his girlfriend leaving to go to France. And also his punk bandmates breaking up with him. Just just terrible. Great things were not happening by late nineteen ninety-five mister O'Rourke had fallen into the deepest depression. He can remember he worked for an uncle tech business because it was a job. He spent nights alone listening to his. Sets because it past the time little bit of a sad case mister O'Rourke said more than two decades later lawyering after what his friends describes a quarter life crisis. Mister O'Rourke has has arrived at a midlife. Crossroads of enormous consequence with revealing parallels to his time in New York, forty six and searching after a narrow Senate loss in Texas last year that propelled the former El Paso, congressman democratic stardom. He has been driving around the country alone. Introducing himself to strangers deciding if he wants to run for president. So there's long piece about how it parallels is time in New York when he'd like sit in his room and look at his posters on the wall of his favorite punk bands. And then strum the baseline to smells like teen spirit and just sit there and sing to himself and think about life and the existential possibilities of death. He has described himself as stock in and out of a funk. His compared the present reckoning to moments of rootlessness in the city when he last found himself out of work. I just did never wanna feel like that or be in that place or that position again. So that lately has felt kind of strange maybe with some echoes. And that's when he started. That's when he started singing, smells, like teen spirit. Hell hell. That's what he's been doing around, Texas. He actually is it real weird. He's just going up to individuals on the on the street, and he just pose a guitar knotty. His case he just pulls it right out of his pocket. Like, Mary Poppins. And there's the base, dude. I just need especially if you could help me like change the stories like, no, let's talk about life and whether I should run for president for president. That's that's what I want to talk about man. This guy one of the front runners. So that I love it. He says, I'm not great so low I need people. He's he's great. He's like any other minded student dropbox t-shirt hair pass shoulders and a grim insistence that the smashing pumpkins had grown pretentious. I told you the douchebag man by college frenzy, Mr Rocard settled on the outlines of an identity that would last a rebel in moderation more puckish than unruly. He said he chose Columbia in part because of the financial aid package and in part because he looked up to his bohemian uncle, Mr. Williams who had tapped into New York's music scene before that mister O'Rourke had attended boarding school in Virginia largely to create some distance from his father a political obsessive. Who's not understand his son's musical leanings? Now, Mr. ward had run of the city. He went by Robert beta was nicknamed from El Paso owing to its bordertown bilingualism, and he played the tar establishing himself as the schools gentle punk robber punk rocker. When a bandmate and a group called swipe adopted a belligerent performance persona telling crowds, they were listening to angry swipe mister O'Rourke protests from the stage. She was like, we're no we're not we're not angry the band member. Ellen Wieder said it made him very uncomfortable. That I was mean offstage mister O'Rourke was a prolific dabbler straddling disparate orbits, he was socially conscious. But not especially political other than whatever kind of politics were being talked about in Gaza. A former roommate said he often kept a musicians rollicking. Our he liked to drink beer, but not in the break cavenaugh sense. Oh, you mean like the sense where you drink beer? It pretty he. He sounds like he says he was an English major skilled enough for with computers to introduce roommates to the culture of early nineteen nineties chatrooms wants pranking girlfriend by posing as romantically. Interested woman online, I kind of had a boyfriend girlfriend Catherine Raymond recalled typing back to the person. She doesn't know was Mr..

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"mr ward" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I. Downstairs. There was a gun Todd. And I struggling. I heard Todd talking. I want to tell you what happened. I think I know Mr. ward. Your wife suffered a head injury sometime ago, which goes the of on the frontal lobe of the brain causing acute mania. Isn't that? Right. Yes. But used five seen many people, Mr. ward whose loved ones based a living death. So I can imagine your thoughts. Yes. But you must understand I meant ended. We're both of us. But when the time came I couldn't I. Just couldn't what happened was an accident. Very fortunate accident because the bullet which struck your wife said tonight, did what medical science could not do the operations necessary to remove the bullet serve two purposes. Joe speed and getting our here say both her life and her sanity. Shoe? She'll be all right after a couple of weeks of rest, and your wife is no longer a hypothetic, Mr. ward. Will you give thanks to what if they guided that little along. Of course, it took. Right. I knew that everything was one. Even the pain in my head. Todd was by my side. Emily. Emily, darling. Can. Can you ever? Forgive me. Give you done after what the doctor said. I just couldn't live without you. I wanted this always to be together. We will be gone. Isn't this are eight? Yeah. Let's celebrate. Thank you, Robert young.

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"mr ward" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:01 min | 3 years ago

"mr ward" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

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