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"mr. loon" Discussed on Conversations
"Indebted. My brother played My uncle played I play with my uncle at the Bowling Club, a couple of times he was he was a an alto, sax man. So music was very important. My Mom and dad were determined that each of us would learn an instrument My sisters were sent off to these Joseph Nuns Dylan the piano where I'd come back with bruised fingers or my older sister would and Tony wrapped on the fingers by the nuns years. And Tony I would well, he was much older than me of course. So he started in the town band on corner and then Mom Dad decided that I would go to the town band as well and learn the treble cliffs they important to be able to read music. my last little while there than till. My sister smashed the corner because perhaps my plan was very little. The noise was annoying or what have you? Town banned from your brief for into the town band way would you will practice? Do we have the band hole which was near the cool stores which was not far from the pool feeling big pool I was lovely band whole freezing. Of course no heating and We'd sit there and you now sanctions and we would practice and What I loved about it Sarah was the intergenerational -ality of it. There was all men but you'd have men in their sixties and seventies and US kids twelve and thirteen. Altogether it was a a wonderful atmosphere really and Ribald was thing though it tells the the odd thing about about mom and dad that there was so deeply deeply religious and yet that would welcome these ribald characters. Into Alex often house was chosen to be the one where people would practice. The ban would practice. Dad would practice with these these bandmates in the lounge room and then my brother had his band and he's banned would practice in the lounge room and they would come with stories of six of conquering of life beyond the mountain, the the mountains yearly indeed indeed end mom and dad just laughed along. With sort of thought, it was marvelous because be able to to to play music that was your entry card. That was that was the only only art form. Really. The carrot in the household. So was the coordinator hard instrument to master year very hard very how you lips lot of speed a lot of speech well I can recall one place where living in the band Mazda live next door Mr loons and remember what she's watching Mrs loons putting news by down on the floor of the kitchen, and I stood on the steps I must've been Fargo seeks watching and she could see ause baffled by what she was doing and she said to me the Dow worry it's to catch the spittle. So. There wasn't much. That budget kate or something. Here bed but. Will you just you know in the band hold it didn't matter much. You know but always end up with a to speed on your shoes. What are your memories of the festival of the Valley? What kind of occasion was that inlet go? Will this with valley was marvelous really Saturday morning the streets will be lined with people and Usually the Scottish pipes would lead the procession. They'd go down and they'd be followed by perhaps a fleet of the new Holden's. Arrived and then you might get a couple of foods go past all polished up looking miles then machingo town band would be and after that might be one of the monster trucks from Portland Cement works that you know the the the ties were about six feet in diameter this these were huge pieces of machinery that pass by and in the various. ASPIRATIONAL. Queens of the valley would be on the back of tabletop trucks and they would be sitting awkwardly and why you've then you might get a demonstration of someone shearing sheep on the back of the truck as it went past and the horn broke off who's holding the shape by the home. Could you be lining the streets watching you a participant in festival of the Valley? You. Stand there with Mites and and and chat at. Joining. Marvelous fistful. The Valley Still, happen deny look I don't know I. Don't know look at the end might have been replaced by something called iron-fist. I haven't been to iron-fist, but I believe. Involves jousting reenactment solve battles that took place in the Yucai back in the day. It seems an odd thing. Anyway people love it. It's a tourist may win win iron fist is. was there for entertainment when you were growing up did your family have a TV? Look, we got a TV light. Uncle. Riot. Families Furniture Borough TV home in nine hundred, fifty nine and we sat and watched snow. It kept US interested for a little while. But you know let something then we moved we moved house we moved to walls road and that was much higher on the on the hill. So he bought the TV up there and we did get some reception and I watched Mr Squiggle and I can recall blackboard scared me. From. That thing you're. He was yeah. Yeah. So that scared me phoebe. So we didn't then then there was no television for many many years and then then we up TV aim boy did we love it? What would you got two channels? We go the ABC Channel Nine. We only watch channel nine mom and dad didn't like the IDC done. I. Why never could been them down but when mom and dad were out on Sunday nights and some Friday nights, that's when I'd watch the ABC and I can remember must've been fourteen or fifteen watch to series called Madame Bovery you. Teach awakened. Many many things, Sarah. Go into that. Experience of what we'd call Al contained. Did want to ask you about your experiences with the church. At this point is you say you're fairly were devout Catholics we devout as well. Did you say that as as a young kid? So did you? Oh, yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Yes. Took a very, very seriously for example, on all souls day there was a routine where if you said a number of Hail Marys. You could release a soul from Trie. What a great idea we all did on. So we we learned to say, hell, Mary very quickly. Many a record how many were released as a benefit of your helmet I wonder where we can never pin either A. Priest or a brother or none down as to how many were quad to to release a soul. They just said, just you know the more you do the Bidi Chances. So I think I wrecked up one one day on all souls day I think i. I think I must have punched out about four and a half thousand. something. For somebody will I would assorted. So because you made, you made a daughter for everyone you.
"mr. loon" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"News radio forty five a WBC radio the spirit of one of twenty two of us here in person let's take some telephone calls to try to give me any questions or comments the two five four five six seven eight as I never let's start hello and I don't yes and I think it right tidy hi have you been thank you I'm a great admirer of the zoom months and up to make it to the to the night I love to and thing that song for days ms do yeah I love to sing a few bonds we hang on that'll go away because he wants to serenade right at you yes stay right there Frank sues to do would be to how do you like that there was a part time thank yous I what can one Johnny Carson show and I think I saw you want Gary Williams kill one morning not not yet you have a tomorrow the morning at that time once the phone I'm afraid not back in the shower could be yeah I don't know thank you want me to sing anything for you noon I I have a full set of those in the other direction I thank you thanks for calling four five six seven eight of the number twenty two of us here on WBZ hello hello yes I like the turn please listen hi hello and you tell me where you're playing now and how long you'll be in Boston well the bus until you know a little bit on the plan a thirty this evening I'm going to Philadelphia and Atlanta Dallas enough of a wreck promotion finex playing games when will be and run casino but I will be on the remote and shell on February seventeenth yes good arm I don't know you are the same to to to rest but would you please sing it again for a little how do you like that very good nice talking thank you very much two five four five six seven hello hello you're on the air thank you WBZ ready go thank you if you turn off the radio Sir you can hit the high notes without turning off the radio can't tell the players without a scorecard let's go yes I think if anything of listening thank you have a wonderful thing a couple months back you you would have a concert of some sort of the woman Mario I served in the paper I don't was December November is on Rochester now here no is this something that was a canceled or something it was canceled for some reason I just like to know who who can't the your if with the war memorial themselves well believe it or not the first time I heard about this I'm a little surprised because lots of times at the office hi never hear about the thing until ready to go to do it all right so you know well it's too bad that happened but that's life okay Sir thank you very much for calling twelve minutes were eleven WBZ with tiny Tim hello yes practice practice the camp okay I guess I guess a couple of questions two one and I think it was W. B. C. before I don't know what station but are you we can discuss juror any plans for marriage and I just wanted to comment on that now first of all the only reason I never you know say my age is not to be mysterious or anything because I always at my their fans and friends and enemies know exactly what's on that however sometimes are all questions with Sarah I will like to mention either because go head somebody or because I just you know in my own self like to live in on all the time however anyone want to find my age can really go to the George Washington high school I look I know they don't have a car in New York event even tilted to the time magazine I just want to be reminded of it in fact I told some of the people I will because a lot of the let me try to find out but I'll always be nineteen because I loved especially the teen years the use a special way and now as far as marriage is concerned you know well the best thing about a mirror that is that if you could look at some in the in into it and look at yourself and the point is a while many people are made from my I am not first of all I'm very hard to live with secondly I love adventure I love being alone thirdly I left to wonder and even leveling a ninety of about my health and everything also be going around looking for new things okay okay interesting what would crest on on the old back porch is at I'm following you yes all jobs I was just you are two five four five six seven eight is ten minutes to eleven on WBZ that's the voice of tiny Tim is here with us tonight hello hi hi can I talk to the template cynical okay guys speaking hi no I was just wondering what happened down in Florida at the fountainbleu I read in the paper that you didn't do too well yes there was a article the for which have a jury that is and the time jungle what one of our there was one bad review by a gentleman named Frank Meyer I was a good one bye don't name the Kelly and there's a moderate one you know and all fan I would say I did you know monthly well to actually because when they came out of that are really talking and then there's other times of the the drying up people yeah it was a finance do me financially all performance wise well they can but it was a bomb all I say well he said you know that your kitten fifty thousand a week I think and thirty one point in a hundred people all well it's not so is it all you know in the well close within the record American what was it was on the record about in the in the daily record American and Boston well the thing is I can assure you the one nine it was especially I think two nights before news it was fantastically packs of those cells I can honestly tell you that it was I mean I would rave about the success of I would say that it was as great as you know Caesars palace I would you know I have to say for the first time coming into a big place like this that it was moderate to going out you know really liking this okay have any plans for movie twenty movies all while the silver Cavalcanti organization is thing of one now but no deal has been closed you were in a one of Peter gyros films originally wanted to ease also is made right before anything happened and it was a thrill being in it but the management doesn't like to think that it's one of them move it is was it isn't really but still you are you are in that yes what a thrill okay thanks very much for calling us administer eleven a WBC that's what the Jack Americans now Coolidge corner in Brookline one of America's great restaurants if you like strawberry and salami and corned beef you've got a tiptoeing through the corn that Jack in Merion the Coolidge corner in Brookline tiptoe through the potato salad tiptoed through the remaining in prose driving I'm trying to think of what else I should the ribs and darkly tiptoe for a midnight snack tiptoe through the bagels and lox would you like that special right now on a diet the Cola Jack in merry of the Coolidge corner Brookline really it's one of the great restaurants if you want to things like even if a guy comes in and says let me have a statue at Claire is gonna throwing about they've got I need somebody give any advice you could give me some cranberry cheese by instead of throwing them out again the head of the top that's the kind of place Jack in marriage as one of the great deli restaurants in America it's a Coolidge corner Brookline and I wish you get there and told six minutes to eleven let's start with the call to get a two five four five six seven eight for tidy ten hello hello yes you're on the air yes and I'm trying to get to the lost monk well you're in good that I enjoy your show very much want talk to tiny town addicted to your shows early in the morning late at night and then let me click well tiny Tim is it and I Tim click well I am here I have nothing to say yeah right I should call me after your show I have something in just a minute thank you very much to five four five six seven eight of the numbers we continue with twenty ten hello yeah yeah well this is the outcome of time friend again yes Sir out I'd like to talk a tank and listen hi have you been trying out your mobile phone less than one digit about such a voice well I tend to long if you're talking about full seven now while you have such a variety of voices which get him off yeah well I think it's I have another question as blessings through prayer and then out through his divine Providence animal did you ever think that this voice of making money fast well in all fairness when I was when I discovered the the high voice in fifty three I really felt that I have something different really definitely in fact the same thing with Rudy Vallee when was the valley in nineteen twenty seven one of the clubs in New York when he discovered that he had this fantastic sale of his romantic voice he knew that he had something different all the other artists the same thing with the Sinatra when he went on the paramount theatre stage he knew that a long arms around he has something different you could feel the same apparently so when you develop no matter what business you're in when you develop some and no one else has basically you can feel it well listen my wife wants to know if your merit no have you been proposed yet I mean have you been yeah a couple hole no never I mean not for a long while because you know as I said before emeritus something you know we have to live harmoniously together and I got to tell you know I'm always an adventure I love to see new things I can't say one place one time and marriage means that basically you know there's a lot to baseball was a law to hockey that there's a lot to music and but listen I want just anyone able to Andre when your favorites okay has a one that the common that in nineteen hundred and the and twenty one to the holes made by friends and saw shovel may drive we this is All I Want to live with him okay Sir thank you very much three minutes to eleven on WBZ with tiny Tim here hello yes the question you'll be in the Newport Rhode Island area anytime this year Rhode Island although I love Rhode Island because I have a a little room hi this is the only place not at the present moment is concerts or anything right asking I work at W. A. T. K. Gerry and that would be more than happy to have Chinese against on one of our talk shows down here W. A. T. K. as in Providence Newport Newport jazz band I'd love to be there one day and and the meantime I'll be my best friend is wonderful Rhode islanders because there is talk to them maybe a pop music festival held if not this year possibly the next and who knows that we may see trending on stage long I'd love to because we'll get all right helpless income and then on the station I like him to know all thanks a million and and I'll put another several dozen of us everyone and I really have a great time when I did my last concert in Rhode Island a couple months back I would like to say on the stage of the festival it's not the here maybe in the years to come all thanks to men hello I'm looking for let me ask you this who owns W. eighty cases still a learner's early on W. H. A. am and FM I think I met Mr loons dad in Florida one this summer one winter whatever you tell them I said hello in that regards from me to his dad all right away you know I didn't know that he passed away a few months ago well my.
"mr. loon" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Mr Bossi introduced you Donald Trump. Yeah. You know life is so amazing. I get a phone call. And Dave asked me if I'd come to New York City to meet Mr. Trump in his office on the twenty sixth floor Trump Tower, and I had a job at the time. But I drove over from New Hampshire where I live and went up to see him in his office. Overlooking central park, and it was surreal really sat behind the desk. And he asked me if he was going to run for president. I think he could win and what strategy would I employ? If I wanted to run the campaign Hampshire, and I told him I wasn't interested in running the Hampshire, and he said if you come on where would you run the whole thing? And I said yes, and I told him I'd spend his money like he was my own. And then we laid out a strategy to be competitive in the first three states, Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina and six months later. He came down that big beautiful escalator with MRs Trump now first lady Trump and really change the direction of our country, and I stood by him and sat next to him for thousands of hours listening to the direction that he wanted to take the country new. That was in the right place and was very fortunate that a small role in helping him secure the Republican nomination, and and maybe a small role in helping him win the presidency your book Trump's enemies, we're going to go into some depth on several points. But Mr. loon Daska, what would you say that you're gonna tell people in this book that will surprise them? And I'm looking for more of a summary at this point. Well, I think what this book is really about as two things it's reminding the American people that when Donald Trump came to Washington DC, he was an outsider, and he brought with him people who not only did he not know, but ultimately were detrimental to his agenda, and we outlined that some of the people in there and some of those people have since left, but it's also the intelligence community and what they did to a political candidate and his team by using their badges and their positions of power through the Pfizer abuse process to go after individuals who fundamentally disagree with them from a political side. And if you told me in this country in this day and age that those of us would take place. I wouldn't have believed you, but I've seen it. I in our book is a detailed analysis of what Komi and Clapper and Brennan and the intelligence community did not only to candidate Trump, but also to member of his team members of his team. And also the mistakes that were made at the beginning of this administration to. Around the present with people who were his enemies, but they destroyed him from within his own administration mister say I want you to pick it up from there. Pardon me. How critical is it because you all wrote at length about this that Donald Trump entered office and really from day one. It sounds like from what you wrote filled important positions with people who had never supported him. I think. Many presents all presidents really go through this transition process in every president before Donald Trump has had some political machine. Whether they were a United States, Senator a governor, what have you been long involved in the political process, and they know a lot of people because they're part of the establishment on either party. Donald Trump was truly an outsider somebody who was elected as a change in part of the reason that people voted for him and believed in him was that he didn't have this big Kadre of establishment figures it would come in. And he had to take advice and counsel from folks. And I think. He is part of becoming president. He listened a lot to Republican leaders in Washington and took advice from folks that I don't know that he would do that same thing today. I think during that transition in the first month or two of his administration the learning curve was incredibly steep just like it is for every single president of the United States. There's no classes there's no degree on being president. And it's learning curve. And I think once he got his handle on it. He's changed. He's move people out. He has brought new people in if you look at the folks like Rex Tillerson, and Gary Cohn, and rob order those folks are gone, and you have people like John Bolton, and Larry Kudlow and Bill shine in. And I think that that's much more reflective of who this president is. And I think he's managing his administration. His White House in a way that is much closer to how he ran Trump the Trump organization as a businessman somebody who wants all the information, not just some he doesn't need gatekeepers. That's the real. I think secret here that's the secret sauce. The president loves all the information on all sides of any issue. And then he'll make the best decision that he thinks is right for America as opposed to gatekeepers who are trying to Cogil or couldn't control the narrative control. What he learns. I think he is somebody who recognize that fairly quickly and really has changed how he does the job. And I think he recognizes what those deep state enemies in our book. You know, we talk about that. And we'll get into it in depth. But that's really the premise of this book. I think it's all things congress the media and even those in. In his administration near the beginning. You wrote of the meeting that incoming President Trump had with outgoing President Obama which was described as a pretty friendly meeting with maybe what you call an odd. Twists and advice that President Obama gave the President Trump, which may in some ways set the stage for those early months, Mr Liu and ask you, why don't you tell us about that? Shero when the president was the president-elect went down to the White House. He and MRs Trump went to see President Obama. And and the first lady they went there with an open mind of what it'd be like to be the president. What was supposed to be a ninety minute meeting with the president-elect in the present turned into a three hour meeting? And during that time Brock Obama gave president elect Trump a series of pieces of information. That would help him be successful. North Korea is going to be a severe a significant threat to your administration. But he also said to other things which are very important and set the stage for really the rest of the administration. He said don't let anybody tell you who to hire. No matter what go with your gut and go with your best, your best instinct, and then almost in the next breath. Barack Obama said, but don't hire general Mike Flynn at that time. Mike Flynn was a three star retired general. From the head of the Defense Intelligence Agency and had been someone who had campaigned with Donald Trump and the team for a series of months during the campaign and President-elect Trump got to know, Mike Flynn, very well respected his service to the country. And we were seriously looking at giving Mike Flynn a senior position inside the Trump administration. But those words don't let anybody tell you who to hire with the single exception of don't bring Mike Flynn into your administration, set the tone of the entire intelligence community because Mike Flynn as as the former head of the DIA understood the intelligence agency understood the resources that they had and could bring to bear against individuals both domestically and internationally. And what we talk about in the book is the relationship that foreigners were afraid of Mike Flynn because he had a different way of doing things much like Donald Trump who's going to come to Washington DC and fundamentally changed the way the intelligence. Meaning operates. Mike Flynn did that when he was the head the DIA so candidate Trump President-elect Trump did not take the advice from Barack Obama ultimately offered general Flynn the job as a national security adviser. And then we saw that Mike Flynn made some misstatements to some investigators who have now gone back and said, they didn't think Mike was lying, and there's some real question as to whether Mike is actually what he's been accused of by the crooked members of the FBI and the person, and you know, the sheriff who interviewed Mike Lynn with none other than McCabe and struck and page and that whole cabal at the FBI, Mike Lynch sat with them without an attorney. And now they've charged him with perjury, and he's played guilty to that. But this real questions of whether or not that will hold up. And so that advice really set the stage for the beginning of this administration. Corey Lewandowski, join my co author David posse, the book Trump's enemies. You by show accusation author of the book smear. Let me read a brief excerpt where you're talking about that really in the first maybe one third of the book, you route we have little doubt that Obama had led his intelligence agency spiral out of control during his eight years in office even going so far as either -plicitly or explicitly allowing them to conduct surveillance on citizens of the United States on domestic soil and not just any citizens. But also members of the Trump campaign, the people at the top of his government or more left leaning than any administration in history, and they obviously felt threatened by the incoming Trump administration. So you go on to theorize or state that the push against general Flynn might be really part of an intelligence agency conspiracy operation to make sure that he didn't peak beyond the layers of the onion until what the intelligence agencies have been doing for many years, Mr. bossy. That's a great great in a very important point in this book. And in in our book, Trump's enemies, we got a chance to interview President Trump. We sat in the Oval Office in September with him and conducted about a forty five minute a wide ranging interview in one of the several things in this interview, which we print in the book. One of the important elements. Was that the president felt he he's we asked him. Do you believe that Barack Obama new? About the surveillance operation in you being spied upon it. And he said, yes. And I think that's very important when whatever Muller does whatever that Muller report is about we need to see what Muller says about that fact, then the other issues that the president talks about in. This interview is in the president talks about how struck page in their text messages. It was uncovered that they would leak information to reporters. Okay. And you know, this Cheryl, very well. They would leak information to reporters those articles would then be used to go to the fisa court or be used by law enforcement agencies for other purposes to extend their leads to intensify their investigation or scrutinized people or to get put it out publicly that they're being looked at. And it's a very dangerous thing that this circle that this basic circle exists in the sense that the the the law enforcement agency, these FBI agents would leak information get a story out there, then go and use the story to complete their circle to go get a warrant to go to a FIS a judge to us as as evidence of of a potential crime in the president said don't forget that what these people did in using a badge to go after people. But that these people were also watching us meaning during the campaign, these are bad bad. Bad guys, the men and women of the FBI who are by and large incredible agents. The agency is an incredible agency a time honored agency that all Americans should respect and honor. But what struck in page, McCabe and Komi did was besmirch really leave. A a Mark stain on that incredible agency by by doing conducting investigations in his way against a political enemy is one of the point just to to fine. Tune this. We have from our sources who have seen documentation that is still classify have told us that they believe Barack Obama's name was in the meetings when these conversations were taking place. So there is no way for the former president ad states to say, he didn't know that this insurance policy was in place, the meetings that were taking place with the highest levels of the government. And there's only one. One name in these documents, which continues to be redacted, and we believe based on our sources of that name is Barack Obama while we're on this subject. You just mentioned insurance policy, at least three people that we know of have used that terminology. It was to FBI officials struck and page you refer to also a friend of me who wrote actually before Trump was elected that we need an insurance policy in case, he is elected some people call that conspiracy theory. But actually that came from the mouths of the people themselves, what do you define as the insurance policy from what you see if one exists. What would you say it is Mr. bossy? I think Corey. Let me says. So I believe Cheryl that the insurance policy was between Schroeck and page who made a deal with Andy McCabe who at the time was the acting director of the FBI because Jim Komi had been removed on may ninth. And Andy took over the same day that I should note that he was interviewed by Horowitz. The I g and has now been referred for criminal referral for lying under oath on three separate occasions. But that insurance policy was to make sure that Donald Trump was never elected president. And if he was elected president to then and go and implement the series of events, which took place falling which is Jim Komi taking a salacious unverified document, and providing it in a restricted meeting that just between Jim Komi and the president elect of the United States. He put that dossier in place, and then he turned around and leaked that information with the hopes of basically overturning I believe overturning the. Outcome of the US elections for Donald Trump never served a day as president United States. And I know that sounds like tin foil hat stuff. But what I really mean is that Jim Komi should've never presented in unverified document to the president-elect of the United States in a classified skiffs space during meeting where they just went through the nation's most secretive information, and he did that. So that he could go out to the media immediately following and say that the document has now been presented to the president-elect in a classified setting and this whole Russia collusion investigation all stems from the from the actions of one individual that was Erin surest policy. You know, separate from the intelligence agency aspect of this..
"mr. loon" Discussed on Straight Talk with Ross Mathews
"Slash Mr. loon bucks. Thank you. J. rod is Josh underscored Rodriguez underscore. I'm Hello Ross, and I'm, I've read social media and the show is Hello Ross pod? Make sure you're listening to talk with Ross Mathews and Trish, sir. It's free tunes that'd be listening to this or what have you listened to a podcast on search Repub, pup, talk and subscribe. Also, please go review in rate straight talk. It means a lot to me from being so much really. And vote register register now too late, right? So Mr. Malone says to me, he tends me a text. Have you listened to Barbara's new song? And then today on the program says, have you listened to Barbara's news. I love a lot of Barbara's music. Yes. And here's one that's another song. I wonder who it's about. Well, who is it about? Tell me who is it about about yet? It's about Trump. She wrote this about Trump is time to put a cherry on the Sunday on Sunday. A good thing we put on the top of the show is just so gay and cherry on a Sunday restrictions. It's time to put a cherry on the sun day. So here is Barbara's newest song which you can. Make your own up about? It's called, don't lie to me by. Let's see. Next week, everybody. Just tell me true. Why can't you feel to cry. How'd you win. You've changed the facts. Your lips. Ciro see the full, the troops hard on. You can't see what we. You can take. Kings and queens. You can see you. Do us. How do you use.
"mr. loon" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"Man? Oh my God, It's really it's very good. It's a very good seen between these two. And of course it's it's going to end pretty brunette What was your on her earnings? I also like that the UN is like tell everyone daily said more Ravens like you kill all the Ravens later killed the Ravens. No more Ravens. All the Raymond's are dead. Yeah, I just all all of the ways that the UN's plans have backfired in in fairly epic fashion. That's what we're seeing winner. Dealines gives a pretty rousing half-time speech to the troops like it feels like, okay, I'll meet and it's gonna get everybody is side And that ultimately he adjusts ends up getting clocked over the head. It really on the back. It's it's a little bit of all Volkan nerve pinch if you asked me I don't really know how the blow that the on talk ultimately just knocks him unconscious but we'll go with that. Whoever kills the Hornblower will stand in bronze above Pike is my favorite part of the speeches. It's like singling out whoever kills guy. You're going to be such a legend because that guys. But yeah, it's a it's a short-lived speech, It is. What am I think? Like the the better like war rallying cries that we've seen on Game of Thrones through twenty episodes. At this point in having just come off of the Battle of the black water. I think your expectations are like, Oh my God, like really epic action seen is about to happen. Would probably gonna lose theon in a really epic way. And then he just gets the He just gets his lights knocked out, which is it's a it's a funny subversion. It's a it's a good moment. And it's sadly like You can't like really kind of live in the comedy of it for too long because it also comes a you know, part and parcel with Mr loons going to get stabbed in the guts. And as as we know that is going to be the end of him ultimately us. And then also the same guy that's been advising the on this whole time of like maybe we should go to once a fellow. However, it's the same guy, ducts, smell LV P the season for sure this guy, this guy's the worst like you back to your. CBS into this terrible corner what you were totally like in fiannce here about taking Windsor fell in doing all of this in now. You are completely surrounded with no plan and you're not even seeing the plan through a what is your plan, man? What was your plan? So screw that guy. Who knows what's going to happen with him in the rest of these are in islanders. It seems like they've got some plans for Theonest. They put a bag over his head. So who knows where that's okay. So a theon is escorted outta there all will later on and we'll see OSHA sneaking out with Bran Rick on and whole roar from a really trashed winner fell. Yeah. I wonder if no Hatters in tatters for sure. There's firers there's you know, everything seems to be ravaged in ruined. It's not a good look for winter film and very sadly, we see that Mr Liu in is on his way out the proverbial Moon Gore as we go to the We are would and he has his you know, he's looking very, very grim. He's looking very, very pale, and he's going to give basically his final words to Brandon. Rick on. He's gonna tell ocean that she is the only person who can protect these two. And he is going to strongly encourage them all to go north toward the wall to Castle black and John Snow can protect them from the US Gulf fine. John, He can help you buddy thought there as well. So. A hundred Osceola is asked to do a solid for Mesa low in and to take him out quickly. We do not see it, but she appears to oblige. I think you know, no, no real reason to draw that Alec will never see Maistre Luhn. Again, that's the end Mr May and I think that the showed showed us as a kindness of not having to to see that you know, get it done fast and just let it be done. And she has obliged in that is the in Mr Luhn which is very sad. I I really like that character and he was really fun to have back in Game of Thrones for this short little while of this first money episodes of the real watch that we've been doing. I forgotten like he's just an easily. He's a great source of poverty when he wants to be a great source of wisdom. And I think that you know not just like the sacking of winter fell. That has happened this season. But also, I think with this final moment here in season to with the death of Mr, Lewis really marks a big shift in the show of of you know, this era of winter fell in the North and the Starks being like the beacon of goodness in sort of like your main protagonist story line. And now winter fell has been in tatters as you as you put it. And Maistre saloon himself is gone now. So I think that symbolic of a lot of the of the mileage that we've experienced here on the road to West rows of these first two seasons of game at her and use really good at bust in theods chops the hallway thrashed great out this very I was very, very good stuff status. We have a status check-in after last week's lack water or a failure where ultimately his forces were not Victoria's the goes back small Sandra and says, Hey, you said you saw victory. Well, what the what is going on here. Yeah, what you're supposed to do. So personally, who could see stuff And she's like, I w I still see there. Let's do what I see. And you know, he's like he's like choking her out at one point is very violent, very uncomfortable. And eventually she is able to compel him to look into the fires and like see I told you were gonna win And whatever it is that he sees like, seems to be re-energised also Stanage was chased out of Kingsway ending with this tale tax between his legs. But he seems like he has a new happened, his step by the end of the season. Okay. And then finally, Let's go north of the wall because we have some big stuff going on here where a John Snow is not Jazz being taken to go to man's Raider with Corot half hand. He's also a little bit. You know Egret is sort of in charge of hazing The Prisoner associates. Like. He's really going to that, but the the the fake fight between Johnny court have hand is really heating up. It is and I ha, I dunno I I don't think that the episode does a great job of selling it Like I think like if you especially because black water has happened in between the last time we saw John and Koren half hand. And then this seen between John and corn half-an. And there's really no like foreplay leading up to the fight between John in corn happen. I think it's the show is asking a lot of the viewer to like track exactly what it is that Koren half-an is after with John. But he's basically trying to go John into killing him to leg submittal fi, his loyalty to the free folk till like make it look like he is amenable to being in with the wild blades, which is a cool idea. Could lead to a really great story line. But I just think like the mechanism of getting us there is. Just like I don't know half handedly handled when it comes to this story line. I think I just I I always thought that like the way that John Keells corn half in that final scene of his in season to has always has been one of like the weirder. Oddly choreographed scenes of the show Ed. John does indeed kill car and half Han and tells him in his final words we are the Watchers on the wall. Yeah. So I guess that's supposed to let us know that like Corinth like good job buddy, you did. It did the thing, And then he dies. And I mean it's certainly enough for the other wild things like this part. I understand. And like, Whoa, this guy just killed corn, half and like corn happy end is like a legendary figure within the nights watch. But he's also legendary within the wildly culture for being legendary in the nights watch. So these guys have just watched the bastard of Ned Stark who is already valuable for that reason. Kill a member of the nights watch and not just a member of the nights watch, but like the like the Arnold Schwarzenegger of Castle black. At that point. Do it now?
"mr. loon" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"It was just a ridiculous name uh you can even looks like a little dan garish just without like that the head kerchief but yeah so this guy is going to tell theon you can't let that stand he in your face you're going to pay like he's gotta pay and then like everyone else is kind of imploring him like mr loons like do not do this don't make a hasty decision and i don't know if you played you're not abilio game guy really rob are you nuts too much biggest depends on the video game so you didn't play the game a thrones video game that telltale games released a lot so so tell tell games which is a a really great video game company they make games that are like choicebased it's almost kind of choose your own adventure ish where it's more narrative we driven than like action adventure it's all about like putting new end the characters perspective and making either decision a decision be in depending on what decision you make the entire narrative of the story moving forward changes really cool games are walking dead game is really really great and they made a game of thrones game which i do not recommend it to new comers for game of thrones until you have been edged season 3 once you finish season 3 of immigrants you should play this game but this really feels like one of those moments where you find your find yourself these i climactic moments in that game whereas whichever main character you're playing at in a given moment one person on one side is really really imploring you to do one thing and then another person on the other side is really begging you to do the other and there's like time running out and you just have to make a choice in both of them are awful and that's worth the on is right now where he is caught between these two terrible decisions of one he can you know let rodrick live but potentially not just lose the respect of the iron islanders that he has brought into winter fell but could lose a lot more potentially if he is not showing himself to be a true leader here and then the other ops.
"mr. loon" Discussed on Binge Mode: Game of Thrones
"That is the same exact language almost that sam uses described john during the night swatch election the one we chose choices saw share porn recurring theme as a story it's really fun when we as viewers of the show can recognize this repetition just want the characters to be able to all right you just one shot to like say oh wait a minute i've done this before and heard this before john is another interesting moment in this episode with theon guess say shouts to theon for pulling up in as little battle roboat loop and just being like john wall like as that when you walk into a party in your best friend that is now dating your ex girlfriend is there cia oh really telling that is john makes his way with clearer venom in his eyes toward theon none of the other gray joyce who are with theon no no other men of the iron islands we should seek redress meek a day on now for action of a move to come to our gut device exactly and john after theon mentioned sounds a starts to ask how she is she says she share i john grabs the ons doublet grabs around the chess pulls in tournament says will you did for her is the only reason i'm not killing you theo is spent the last few seasons of this show waiting for reckoning he refused to take mr loons advice right to go to the nights watch back in season to when things turned sour winter fell because he was afraid of john he wouldn't go with santa two castle black because despite her a promise to explain things he'll be fine afraid of john and here he is without the foreknowledge that he be facing john confronted with this person who wants him dead like guys look just because the on didn't actually crisp brand recall alive doesn't change things.