21 Burst results for "Mr. Martins"
"mr. martins" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mr. martins" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"From you. Let me go. You lay off, Okay on, as is going to be doing what she's done, But okay, Okay. Jonas. Oh, my God. I am breaking up. It's up there from time to time. Letting me give a guy a little bit. Oh! Oh, well, wherever here is The night. Yeah. For them even closer. Masika BV. Jackie never exceed Does nobody stays pompous Cinco mas musica Amos If they don't get this doctor sandal do this other Locust Storiesuk Free indoor hotel together feeding me Quinn. I like the idea is to Mr Martin. Do you know that coming? Oh, yes, you'll see. Team naked with carefully that it was that down, Maggie. This. This is my sky like you Don't miss much Do you know Levels. Yes, mean escaped your city. That was that was in a big way. Oh, just get their bodies in bed. You'll see me make it, sir. Using a little kid. Just like our life that we know about those knowing they say Boo to sink. Our unit album is indeed a CIA base is gonna Grammy Can't an evil only live stream? You can consult on life Swim. Engrave it. TJ Alex sensation whoever exitos no anti stays put the Cinco Whatever trouble Tony over dinner. A a moment today, this.
"mr. martins" Discussed on KGO 810
"All about? In the first place. You gotta learn that it was about Counterfeit $20 bill used at a convenience store. That's all defense attorney Eric Nelson, arguing that police were trying to control Floyd when he allegedly acted under the influence at a convenience store You will hear from Chris Martin, who is the store clerk at Cup foods. Mr Martin observed, Mr Floyd. He watched his Body language. He interacted with Mr Floyd in this moment. And Mr Martin formed the opinion. That Mr Floyd was under the influence of swords. Death kicked off protests across the U. S. And around the world about racial inequality and police brutality. ABC News has learned that President Biden this afternoon is planning to announce 90% of the adult U. S population will be eligible for a covert 19 vaccination and 90% will have a vaccination site within five miles of home. By April 19th. This is covert cases are on the rise again CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky at a virtual briefing today, seven day average of new cases is slightly less than 60,000 cases per day. This is a 10% increase compared to the prior seven day period, urging Americans to keep up necessary protections to prevent another big surge in the pandemic. That colossal cargo ship blocking Egypt's Suez Canal and global trade has been set free Salvage team say they dislodge the ever given After five days of removing sand and mud. You're listening to ABC News. Hey, all their.
"mr. martins" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"The first place. Well, you gotta learn that it was about Counterfeit $20 bill. Used at a convenience store. That's all defense attorney Eric Nelson, arguing that police were trying to control Floyd when he allegedly acted under the influence at a convenience store You will hear from Chris Martin, who is the store clerk at Cub Foods. Mr Martin observed, Mr Floyd. He watched his Body language. He interacted with Mr Floyd in this moment. And Mr Martin formed the opinion. Mr Floyd was under the influence of swords. Death kicked off protests across the U. S. And around the world about racial inequality and police brutality. ABC News has learned that President Biden this afternoon is planning to announce 90% of the adult U. S population will be eligible for a covert 19 vaccination and 90% will have a vaccination site within five miles of home. By April 19th. This is covert cases are on the rise again CDC director Dr Rochelle Wolinsky at a virtual briefing today, seven day average of new cases is slightly less than 60,000 cases per day. This is a 10% increase compared to the prior seven day period, urging Americans to keep up necessary protections to prevent another big surge in the pandemic. That colossal cargo ship blocking Egypt's Suez Canal and global trade has been set free Salvage team say they dislodge the ever given After five days of removing sand and mud. You're listening to ABC News. Finding great candidates, the higher Converium like well,.
"mr. martins" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"mr. martins" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Miss you. Very little good. This Dr Sandoz do some local story Sou free And don't tell me Win dumped me too dependent on me when you get there, you know. Like I need time to Mr Martin. Do you know that? Oh, yes, kid, you'll see. Was being naked with carefully that alone. It was there. Yes, down, Maggie. And you don't miss much do then. Oh, escape, you'll see to see me naked carefully. It was that big bag and wait there. Employed the surf Any storm a booster? His game. I'll see Luigi, he don't see me making with this interlude, Donal Medal time. He's in golden yellow. Build a little kid. Yeah. He does love and I say Spawned the single most movie guy even must, buddy that.
"mr. martins" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"But they were kind of still around and most more or less baked into the scenery by tober. Twenty-seventh eight hundred eighty eight when a little baby. Boy named mr martins. Born rapper is such a good name for hard core name games in the dead college band as a compliment. That's one of the reasons. I love kind of eastern european history because everything is just read is fuck all sounds very like punk rock. It's an incredibly punk rock region of the globe. So nestor was the fifth son of his parents who had been served to a guy named schabowski back in the days before getting their freedom. The land that they'd been given was too small to feed them and so nesters. Dad spent the rest of his life working for the guy who used to own him. Which sucks i wouldn. I'm trying to pursue yeah. You don't want that. Nestor was a very good student with a particular gift for arithmetic and reading but only got about two truncated school years worth of education before his dad died and his family was poor enough that at age ten. He had to start working fulltime wait. How does he fulltime. Tend to as a ten year old man he is. I love that well double digits you know grow the fuck up nestor You know what else is a ten year old man jamie. Where's this going the products and services that support this podcast asana a hard tin lil entrepreneurs Shark tank robert. It could be what if we didn't child on shark tank one hundred percent. That's so fucked up a television there. I know what you're talking about as fucked up. There was a little kid on once and his his pitch was terrible. so mark. cuban put a cigar out on them. That bitch it was good tv lie. I don't hold me that sound very true. It could be true. I mean i feel like an adult putting a cigarette out anew. That'll teach you to never do things adult putting a cigar out on you keep you bound to the land currier change. That is a career. Change all right. Here's products that probably won't.
"mr. martins" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Rather you listening to the Paul. Finebaum show podcast. Welcome back great. Conversation there with Buddy your reaction to all of that and more. Let's get to the calls and check out doctor Dr Jane Chattanooga Hey hey Mr Finebaum. How are you great? Go gators To your your your friend Mr Martin. I I think they're going to have a great season if they do play. But you know one of the things I've been thinking about lately. Is You know looking out over the horizon. I'm a little concerned about you. Know College football going forward. I had an email this past fall from my high school. How you know. They're Kinda losing you know. Players and their depth chart is shrinking and they had to cancel a few games. And you know you and I think talked about it a year ago in terms of attendance. I don't think I ever went to a gator game before November first because it was just so so hot okay. I left her a few years ago. A lot of students Are are coming in or are from foreign countries which is kind of helping the academics. But they're not as interested in college football so with this virus and God knows what we're going to get a vaccine you know I'm concerned and your buddy Excuse me your friend Mr Martins. Said you know they can take these classes online. Well that just means more students are off campus and there's something about going to a football game with students so you know I'm very concerned about the future of college football. I think some of the legitimate. I don't know how all of this is going to end but it is going to change things very dramatically and especially from a fiscal standpoint Jay so a lot on the table right now. And that's why you hear people like buddy and others say we have to have a football season in part of the reason other than just wanting it is financially a lot of people will go by. A lot of schools will go by the wayside from from from an athletic standpoint without one. Are you talking about beyond the SEC? I'm talking about across the country. Yes so I I think the future is. You're going to see some programs go away and maybe some consolidation and it's like the malls. I mean you know these four. Four hundred miles went out of business last year. I think there are no. She was about two hundred and now they're predicting four hundred this year. Okay well that's because the Internet right but now the virus is speeding up the you know the disintegration of these malls okay and my fear is virus. And if we don't have a vaccine for three years well we can't sound like I know what I'm talking about here. I just watched the same stuff everybody else but I mean people project a virus by my next summer so I mean there are ways the country whenever this happens again We we are going to be in a better position from a testing standpoint from a treatment standpoint the viruses too key to to two to a safety standpoint pitas in Green Bay. Hey Hey Pete Hey. Paula does show. I was just wondering. What do you think the end game is nick? Sabin do you think he Fanta Alabama till the end of his career. He wants to scratch that. It's going back to the NFL up. What happened before where he seemed to be like like do a lot of TV lately and then he wants to get into the TV thing. What what do you think the? I don't think he really wants to get into the TV thing. I certainly option for him and it will. It will be me. I'm I can tell you that he's probably already got an offer on the table from from television and it would be for a lot of money but I think Nick Sabin right now cares about one thing and that's coaching I don't think he's I don't think he's giving television any thought and I don't think he's giving any place else any thought he's been at Alabama thirteen years and I don't think he could tell you when He would like to retire. Nobody nobody knows that nobody in a competitive world you know says I think I'll retire. It's all like being the. Ceo IT GE or you know. There's a mandatory retirement age. I mean He. He'll go as long as he can. That would be my best. Guess Yeah I think so. I think he regrets what happened the NFL but not enough to get back into it. I think he's I think he he's smart enough to know the NFL is. It's so different than what it was. And he's very close friends with Bela check so he can easily Understand the aggravation that coaches have. Hey thank you for the call really. Do appreciate thanks. Paul lovechild great. John Terry is up next Missouri military. Hi Paul Mr Fine Mom. You are such a great host. I'll swear thank you. Thank you very much I've got a couple things are I'm just afraid they're college seasons. Don't open on. I'm a big football fan and basketball from mastery so young and old razorback fan from back when they were in the. Sec are the southwest conference there. Hi I'm glad to hear that. Yeah well I've been one of the fans forever and it just kills me. What they are doing you know with their football program and their basketball program. You know it looks pretty good this year but you know and tell the part of the year kind of went downhill but Do you find the Arkansas football coach. They hard to plan. You think he can do anything. Football came from from Georgia. He was the offensive line coach. There and he. I think he's done a really good job so far. Leslie is in Georgia Leslie. Good afternoon. Hi Paul I'm a first time caller and I was wanting to know wanting to get your opinion on Georgia this year. I don't even really know what to expect out of Georgia with a quarterback situation and all the changes that Kirby's making but I think it's going to be for the good. What do you think well? I think I think the offensive philosophy needed to change and he certainly tweaking it a little bit. The quarterback according to everyone is really good but not having a spring I think is a is a setback depending on when we get back to a sense of normalcy but I mean Kirby is recruited So well the last four years that only only A. They're probably they're no more than two other programs in the country. They're on the same level with him right now. Up against a.
"mr. martins" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"Our world is full of the unexplainable and if history is an open book all of these Amazing Tales. Right there on display just waiting for us to explore. Welcome to the cabinet of curiosities in the town of month fiasco in the in central Italy. There stands a small unassuming Convent Chapel up until nineteen twenty four. It had gone. Relatively unnoticed event. Chapel in small town was nothing special incited however was a secret one discovered by two Italian our dealers named Alfredo Zoli and Romano Policy. Within the chapel was a life sized statue of Madonna and child. It had been carved out of wood and painted by acclaimed. Renaissance artist Giovanni Pisano chiseled in thirteen ten. The sculpture was a rarity as all of his known. Work was done in stone not wood. This piece was literally a one of a kind word about its existence soon. Made it to herald. Parsons who acquired art for the Cleveland. Museum of art in Ohio. He was given a private viewing of the sculpture within the chapel and quickly offered eighteen thousand dollars for it one year later. The museum's curator announced its arrival to the public and that tests were being conducted to verify. Its authenticity to the train die. There was no way it couldn't have been made by. Pizano smooth curves the intricate details. It was all there. The museum x Ray. The sculpture and saw something odd inside nails had been used to hold pieces of it together. But it wasn't the nails themselves that upset the museums experts was how old they were. The nails were brand new. The Madonna sculpture was shipped back to Italy deemed a fake and in its place. The museum purchased a statute that was considerably older. It had been carved in the town of Magna Gracia settled by the ancient Greeks around seven fifty BC. It depicted the Greek Goddess Athena. And though it cost the museum one hundred. Twenty thousand dollars. Its historical significance was priceless for three years museum. Visitors admired the statue getting a firsthand. Look at the incredible talent of the ancient Greek Virtuoso then in nineteen twenty eight the art world ground to a halt like the Madonna and child before the Statue of Athena had been found to be fake in fact many statues and sculptures in museums everywhere had been uncovered as forgeries in. All of them had been made by one man. His name was out show does Cena and he had been born in eighteen. Seventy eight in Cremona Italy. He'd studied art at an Italian trade school. Learning how to copy the works of the masters even from a young age dossier was a talented mimic. And he didn't see school as a place to learn greatness for that's he would need to enter. The professional world took apprenticeship working for art restorers in his hometown as well as in Milan. He traveled from Church to Church throughout Italy repairing real statues and sculptures then in Nineteen. Sixteen though Sina join the military to fight in World War Two. Despite the fighting he never gave up his art. It even managed to find time to make small sculpture of Madonna and child out of terra. Cotta which he took around Rome with him. While on leave for the holidays it was during this time when he met an antiques dealer. Alfredo Zoli Zoli didn't realize the little sculpture was a fake. He thought Oh CENA had stolen it from church maybe during a raid in the small town during the war he wasn't even upset when he realized he paid twelve dollars for a forgery to fully though. Cena would be his meal ticket when the war ended. He went into business with those. Ena churning out modern antiques for over a decade. But the Senate claimed all along that he hadn't done it for the money he'd seen almost none of it except for the price he charged the dealers for each commission while Zoli and policy were raking in millions of dollars. Dossier had made a few hundred dollars per commission enough to live on but a fortune that he deserved. It had no idea. His works were being displayed in museums. All around the world either. The Metropolitan Museum of art in New York City conducted. Its own investigation after buying a bogus sculpture. It's agents eventually unmasked though Cena as the forger visited the artist in a studio where he showcased his works without fear or shame in his eyes he wasn't imitating the Masters. He himself was a master and he believed his sculptures deserve to be displayed alongside. Those of the greats and they soon were. He held exhibitions of his work and France and Germany from nineteen twenty nine to nineteen thirty one. Two of his sculptures can be seen on display at the University of Pittsburgh today despite his wounded reputation. There's no doubt that Al Cheo Donna was talented. Imitator and imitation after all is the sincerest form of flattery. 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Twenty and you'll save twenty percent on your initial subscription that's deadbolt mystery society dot com and Use Promo Code Cabinet Twenty to save twenty percent on your initial subscription deadbolt mystery society DOT COM. Dead Men. Tell no tales. It was a common pirate saying that meant that a dead man couldn't give away any secrets but one man found floating off the coast of Spain during World War. Two at a wild story to tell it would alter the course of the war and turn the tide against the Germans at a crucial time. His name was Major William Martin and he was an officer with the British Royal Marines in late April of nineteen forty-three major Martin and his briefcase were discovered drifting in the ocean by Spanish fishermen. The man took the body to the nearby town of whoever where authorities performed an investigation inside the briefcase found diplomatic cables between Martin and British by Console Francis. Hasson who also happened to reside in town and he could identify the corpse after a quick autopsy which described the cause of death as drowning. Major Martin was buried in a local cemetery with honors in early. May the Spanish navy held onto the briefcase though which should have meant that it was secure from the enemy however as it was being transported to Madrid German sympathizers got their hands on it just long enough to snap a few pictures of what was inside including the encrypted cables. They sent the photos to a top agent within the German Intelligence Agency and that agent pass them on to the head of his agency who stepped in and insisted the Spanish turnover. What they had they agreed to give the documents but not before getting a look at them. I extracted the damp and letters from their envelopes dried them and then took their own photographs. The letters were then placed in salt water overnight and slid back into their envelopes. So it didn't look like anything had been tampered with. The Spanish sent. What information they had onto the Germans while the documents themselves were sent back to hassle than the British vice consul had no idea the enemy new plans and were preparing to defend themselves from an allied invasion an invasion that would march through Greece into the Balkans and overtake German forces. There that July the Germans acted quickly Adolf Hitler and Italian. Fascist leader Benito. Mussolini met to discuss next steps. Hitler insisted that his first Panzer division defend Greece while tens of thousands of German troops were pulled out of Sicily and planted in Sardinia on July tenth of nineteen forty. Three Hitler's forces waited for the allies to arrive in Greece. And they waited and waited until one hundred sixty thousand. Allied troops finally showed up but not in Greece in Sicily over four hundred miles away. The German soldiers there were now sorely. Outnumbered the allied plots known as Operation. Mincemeat had been a trick. There had never been a major William Martin nor any encrypted cables man found off the coast of Spain had been homeless man from Wales who had sadly died from eating rat poison but his body would go on to help win the war against the Germans in a critical way his preserved corpse was taken aboard the HMS Saraf British sub along with a briefcase full of fabricated documents. There were the letters of course which outlined the military plans but he also carried a photograph of a woman reported to be his fiancee bank documents and a receipt for an engagement ring all of which had been included to add authenticity to the invented persona and it had worked. The submarine surfaced off the coast of Spain and lowered the body into the water and everything played out exactly as the British had hoped the deceptive information leaked. Its Way to the Germans who pulled troops out of Sicily leaving it wide open for attack. As a result of the allies retook Sicily from the Germans and Mussalini was stripped of his power. A New Italian government took his place which negotiated a surrender with the allies. An Evil Empire crumbled all. Thanks to one man who never existed in the first place. I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast DOT COM. The show was created by me. Erin Minke in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called. Lor which is a podcast book series and Television. Show and you can learn all about it over at the world of Lore Dot COM. And until next time stay curious..
Martin Scorsese Discusses 'The Irishman'
"Big happening right now is Martin. Scorsese's the Irishman which to me is the best movie that you can see out out there this year and so it's my pleasure to sit here and talk with the man himself. Mr Martin Scorsese. We've taken a field trip. We've come to your screening room tasers. I've seen so many films. Yes and it's always a treat. It's here where you show all the marvel films. Yes yes. I'm getting a bigger screen. It's it's going to exactly exact- pitching the sound system. That God will you get a lot of flack from that. He's do you care the s in the sense that I know those pictures. Some of the people making them To beautiful work and I really mean that I know what goes into that stuff The amount of work the amount of artistry that goes into a lot of it. I just find that ultimately for me. There was concern when I did Irishman for Netflix as possibly Altering or affecting in a negative way to theatrical experience. There is because Netflix only gives you a couple of weeks in about three weeks on this one. The problem here was that I pointed out that that I've made a number of pictures that only last week and a half in the theater. Anyway King of comedy was considered the flop of the year and entertainment it now button. Oh Okay so you said that and also having pointed at that No studio in Hollywood would make the picture. A netflix stepped up and it was a trade off or tradeoff. Have two three four weeks in a theater. Stays in a theater meantime and streamed so this is the way this picture had to be made eight when when issues he does really say. I'm not GONNA do this. Yes they give a reason for it. Yeah in a couple of reasons. There's period of nine years. One of the reasons was who's you know the the gotTa say that it's delicate issue but you know the box offices the names. Oh no well of course you had nobody in it. Well that's Al Pacino. They're saying at this time it really wants to see this kind of thing Having said that having said that there was also the issue that Heft Mo- almost half the picture they younger and they couldn't play younger and then we had the CGI come in And that's costly. That's cost and it was an experiment. You know it was an experiment so afraid of that no I know but but people have to give you money they they they have a right to question Mardi millions of dollars sure. Are you sure. Yeah absolutely but the thing about it too. Is that if that made me then think about what is theatrical experience when I was accused of of endangering at the ethical experience by by making this film at Net flicks And then I looked at the theaters and most of the theaters are playing superhero films. I said so. What's left? Do we have any theaters left for a movie. You know I mean the other movies that fine. It's it's it's not my thing and I I I. I tried over the years to watch some of the stuff and I lost interest a great deal of interest but in any event So at it's time for us to think about what constitutes cinema. Well now the idea that we talked about this over the years the idea of people watching the movie that you've you've made me the Irish epic and size. It just is so to watch it on my phone on my smartphone. That seem very small that I thought I certainly I could make I made a film. I made the past twenty some odd years. I made films both for television and for in terms of the screen size and the theater never for a phone. I don't know how to do it. I wish I could well. You don't have anything they take it and reduce use it so no I don't get it to light and I mean I know but films will be made for phones saying so even if they're not because that's where they can eventually wind up. Well I would suggest if you WANNA see one of my pictures on most films please. Mardi Mardi will phone an IPAD big IPAD. Maybe you know. But the essential thing and it goes to the Irishman to me completely lately. The last time that we talked about this kind of thing was the departed and win the Oscar. It lasts fortnum. Did so on predicting another but you know so what you know if you lose. Iou Twenty five cents so you have to pay up. I know people you know. Go People Deniro you but I still think people unless they have a gigantic screen. Their thing they have then the decision and making to decide to go to the bathroom or tickets his three and a half hours long. Yes so they can say well. I mean yeah I understand that too. I one of the things about a film three and a half hours in what this Netflix venue afforded us was. I wasn't sure about how should I put it. four theaters for home viewing wing Looking at it in sections looking at it for the end looking at the end I and going back to the beginning. It's kind of a picture. I think I find that when and I was running it here in this room I saw you know I have to see the whole thing again to figure out and after the first five minutes I was enjoying watching it now. I'm not saying because all I made it just it was an interesting Interesting a narrative structure and it got me involved each time. And so I I in a funny way I think I made it To cover all the bases in terms of how you can watch this picture. Ideally like you to go to a theater look at it on a big screen from beginning to end and and I know it's long because you gotta get up. You have to go to the bathroom and that sort of thing I get it but Also at home I think if you can make a night of it or after noon thereof you know and know that you're not going to answer the phone or you're not going to get up to much might work that's very often and you lose to me. You lose what you see by seeing a movie on a screen and you're in there and there are people with you like Sunset Boulevard. All those wonderful people out there in the dark are actually watching. That's right you right heart of the experience of Dino I wanna go we and changed that I know and it's going that's what's happening. That's what's happening so I took this chance to make a picture knowing that in my other films do like Ugo should be seen in three D Rarely is shown in three not particularly seeing it on TV now. So I know that it's going to have a subsidiary life in a sense or an ancillary life here. I said let's embrace that right away and let's see what happens. There are many ways to look at this film. I think
Dancing to the Cup
"A trainer partying like it's nineteen ninety one eight bolt she's got a two and a half lake lead dawn the destroyer next toward the inside what over with Mark Holiday from blue devils been a client of mine for years and we just try to make a game plan where we figured we'd cut it back and trying to make her a champion in the sprint division just seemed like chasing midnight these you might be a tough ordeal for her we had always Kinda were skeptical about how far she wanted to go even though she had won the Royal Delta ongoing amount sixteenth earl the year before last when she was second in the gopher one going mile just seemed like a good plan to just regroup she got a little light after the midnight race to wait for the Ballerina and try to win that game one which turned out great and then it's actually not ten weeks I was wrestling with that but I decided to go ahead and run the gallant bloom on September twenty second I got the I put she also won so now I got the two races back since the Phipps and I'm sitting ready to go five and a half weeks into the British top actually speaking of midnight zoo you know we mentioned in our open that your family has a history of running a really good horse against a potential legend for speaking about your grandfather Pancho Martin who had oh really good three year old named Sham back nineteen seventy-three but that was not the right year to have a really good three-year-old how much did that enter your mind when you decided to shorten up come down instead of knocking heads with midnight bees again I never really think about things in the past I mean I know my grandfather was a great trainer and that was a great horse and he ran against probably one of the greatest sources that ever lived but I just kind of try to do my own thing just worry about my horse and we're just trying to make the best game plan to give her a chance of success and to win a grade one and we just thought that Mitt I tease you and a late and some of the older fillies like a really strong division not that the sprint division having to run against co Pepsi the test and some other great vilis it's not it's not going to be easy but we just all got together and we just talked about cutting her back you know she had been brilliant in the distaff going seventy eight just started give us a chance to make regret one winter which has been always the goal 'cause we always believed in our hearts that she had that kind of brilliant ability in that kind of talent and they just that's just the way just turned out for us the time you know we were we were always debating you know what her best distances and this race was great and up to a mile it seemed like up to a one turn would be her game really oh by the way your grandfather portrayed as something of a foolish villain in the movie secretariat with Diane Lane and John Malkovich I know 'cause I was there for some of the filming of the scenes it didn't mention in the movie that he led the trainer standings in New York for ten straight years and entered the hall of fame in Nineteen eighty-one what did you think of his portrayal by Nestor Serrano I thought it was an interesting movie to say the least I brought him to see it and obviously he wasn't too pleased wasn't an accurate portrayal anybody that knows my grandfather knows that he was a gentleman and a lot of those things never happened with him screaming anybody I think he said he met Mrs Tweedy used to call her by her maiden name the day of the Derby she said hi Mr Martin can I say hi to sham and wish you luck inch and he took her over to t- his horse and exchange pleasantries and they wished each other luck and that was about the extent of his interaction with petty Chinnery so he thought it was quite amusing but like I explained to him it's Disney and somebody has to be the villain and they chose you and he said to me you know he was about eighty six years old and he said is there anything I can do I said well if you still have about twenty unless you could sue Disney but other than that just sit back and enjoy the movie so I don't think he really enjoyed the movie too much but it is what it is he had a great horse and if it wasn't for secretary how people theorize you know he broke the record in defeat and the Derby and preakness and maybe could be the triple crown winner he got hurt chasing him in the Belmont and then he still was syndicated for two and a half million in dollars which wasn't too shabby back in nineteen seventy three was a great horse in a great story and you know it's like having you know going up against Michael Jordan and a championship game and scoring eighty and Jordan's going one hundred and just coming up a little short trainer Carlos Martin joining us here on in the gate will send out come dancing in the Breeders Cup Filly Mayor Sprint you obviously come from a family of six zestful trainers including your Dad Jose who trained groovy I mean this is a business built on pedigrees so because of that I would think clients would have come flocking so you what made it takes so long for you to get back to this top level of competition I'm not sure I think we had a little rough patch with Mr Laser was my main client and backwards my dad got sick in two thousand six I had the the cancer Starting two thousand and two and then I unfortunately lost him in two thousand six we always had a close working relationship with Mr Lewis on and I kinda got comfortable in the state of being kind of a private trainer for him until he passed away about eight years ago and you know people sometimes they see you with one outfit and you know there was a lot if I think maybe just thought that was just him and me I was beholden to him and a lot of ways you know he was like a mentor to me with my father my grandfather of course and I think that kind of turns people off you know I had kind of a private job with him until he passed in two thousand eleven pretty much you know so I'm not sure if that has something to do with it I know when when he passed away it was quite an awakening to be a public trainer again and start almost from scratch about seven years ago and I'm so grateful that Mark Blue Devil and a couple of other clients like Matt Scherer on Mr and Mrs Collins a really good team now some really great people that have passion for the sport and really take the Horse I they're kind of the owners I have now say a little bit of a throwback because they really art patient with me as far as they want the best for the horse and I know there's a lot of pressure to do things right now especially when you spend a lot of money for but I'm very fortunate and blessed able to get back on our feet we went down from forty horses when Mr Lizard passed away in two thousand eleven to probably about five horses so we've called our way back and you know about the opportunity to win it Breeders Cup would be really really sensational way to finish the year and oblique grew almost to two million earnings for this year with a relatively small stable of twenty five sources I think he's a good accomplishment so I'm happy where I'm
"mr. martins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"We've just given the office mishmash. Mickey kinda wants to speak to you. I'm sorry to bring back here at this on this me because of the passport is that it I'm not interested in your call. When did you last see Harry line two weeks ago? I want the truth. We know that line is alive. What did you say? Sorry. I just come from the cemetery. Another man was better than his place. He's a very Harry is what we want to find out. Do seem able to understand anything you say, I guess live. This is doing something Reno. He's somewhere in the Russian zone in a few minutes. Captain Brodsky would be questioning you about your papers told me where line is do. Not know if you will help me, I'm prepared to help you always said you were. City lime gone getaway heightened she would would be safe from all of you. Minore tentative. All right. I didn't Brodsky. I called on Dr ankle early the next morning. I told him I wanted to talk to Harry line every line, Mr. Martins, are you? All right. I'm mad. I've seen a ghost. You just tell Harry, I want to see him today this afternoon reasonable. How can you stand there? And I saw Harry last night. I passed the park a few blocks from here on news mkaku tell Harry, I'll meet him there. You can arrange it your cooks. A great deal for granted, Mr. market. Do I go Sony ride by night, Dr Pinkus?.
"mr. martins" Discussed on WGN Radio
"All right. Mr Martens, we will speak to the. inside. Mr. Come over to the window. He says it happened right down there down there. You saw it happen nut. So I heard the brakes. Then I saw them carry the bodies who the other side of the emperor Joseph statue. Why didn't they bring them in the house? Could he have been conscious hunches hunt you well was he was still alive and naive. He could not have been alive. Not with his hidden the way, it was then how could he have talked about me about this lady here? Why didn't you say all this at the inquest to say nothing? I was not the only one who else. Three men carry your friend that statue down there. Good. Yes. This romanian. Yes. Well, I mean, the doctor know. No. That was his third man. He come later after the carried him to the statue. I did not see his face. He might have been just anybody. Just anybody. I I was told we're only two men there. You've got to tell the story of the police police, why police splurging because this is this is all crazy. It was an exit with an accident. You only saw dead men three men carrying. They should listen to my wife. Keep my mouth shut say nothing. I take your evidence to the police. They have no evidence. It is not my business business Schmidt. They had better leave, Mr. Martins. Take you home. It does not matter. If you want to. Outside in the car was a little boy was bouncing a rubber ball looked up and stared at me. Important. Was that all about this? You do not like the porter. Yes. She says you do not like me. Maybe he's right. Goodnight. Mr margins..
Vietnam says Facebook violated controversial cybersecurity law
"Vietnam alleges that Facebook is in violation of that country's new harsh autarkic internet laws. They spoke denies any wrongdoing wrongdoing. Under Vietnamese law when hastens to note, the Vietnam News Agency and official outlet cited to finding of that country's ministry of information and communication saying that quote Facebook had reportedly not responded to a request to remove fan pages provoking activities against the state in quote, the violations of the cyber-security law, which the ministry characterized as serious included allowing personal accounts to post slanderous, content anti-government sentiment and defamation of individuals and organizations. Facebook said it didn't do it. A Representative said, quote, we have a clear process for governments to report illegal content to us, and we review all those requests against our terms of service and local law. We are transparent about the content restrictions. We make in accordance. With local law in our transparency report, and quote, three things are worth noting. I the Vietnamese cyber-security law deals prominently with censorship and content moderation. Second Facebook seems to be saying not that the content is out of its hands. But rather that the content permits doesn't necessarily violate Vietnamese law, admittedly, the company's response amounts to a kind of non denial denial, but it's not a clarion defense of free expression. Either Facebook's in tough spot here and third we can probably expect more of this as the internet seems to be on its way to splintering into a set of national Automic preserves it's not just Facebook in Vietnam. Either tech crunch reports that linked in is bringing its Chinese operations into compliance with that country's user identification laws. Finally, politico has an exclusive out on the increasingly strange story of alleged NSA leaker, and classified data pack rat. How Martin that's a pack rat to the tune of an alleged fifty terabytes of secrets, which is a lot to keep in Glen Burnie shed Kaspersky is sent to a fingered Mr Martin to NSA after the Russian security firm received some odd tweets from the former contractor ironist have noted and there's no shortage of ironist on the internet that Kosinski Burski did this bit of good citizenship. While plenty of US. Government officials were busy getting the Russian security company kicked out of their networks. Now a moment to tell you about our sponsor Attila security attacks on the US defense industrial base supply chain, otherwise known as dibs these one of the most pervasive cyber threats facing our nation
"mr. martins" Discussed on The CyberWire
"There are a few changes at senior levels of the US defense department and intelligence community secretary of defense Mattis is out moved on earlier than the February exit his resignation letter had specified. He's been replaced on an acting basis by Patrick Shanahan. The deputy secretary no permanent replacement has been named principal assistant to the secretary of defense. Dana white has also left the Pentagon to be replaced on an acting basis by Charles E summers junior, the national geospatial intelligence agency, the N G A will also receive a new director in February as Robert cardio. Who's led the agency since two thousand fourteen will be succeeded by Rear, Admiral Robert sharp, currently head of naval intelligence. In russia. A US citizen has been arrested on suspicion of espionage. The FSP says that Paul Whalen security lead for automotive parts, manufacturer borgwarner will be charged with spying Wieland was in Moscow for the wedding of friend. Details of the case are sparse. And we Lin's family rejects the notion that he was spying observers speculate that the arrest represents retaliation for recent US arrests of Russian nationals on espionage charges, especially the arrest of Maria Boutin a- who last month to guilty plea in a US spying beef. Alleged NSA leaker how Martin succeeded in having incriminating statements he made during a twenty sixteen FBI rate on his house suppressed he wasn't Miranda is d- but physical evidence the bureau special agents collected including large quantities of classified material squirrelled away in Mr Martens, Maryland residents remains admissible the failure to read him. His rights seems curious. The government said it was a non custodial interview. And that Mr Martin was free to leave at any time. But they're having entered his house armed and announced by flash bangs, and they're having handcuffed him lead US district. Judge Richard d Bennett to conclude that the interview was custodial as they say. And that the special agents should have Miranda is Mr Martin, no matter how otherwise friendly. The interview may have grown over the hours. They were together. Many observers have noted that the warrant to search Mr. Martins property came in the wake of some ambiguous tweets. He posted that could. Be read as having suggested he had secrets to offer. But of course, Twitter is a notoriously low context medium, and Mr Martens posts could be entirely innocent. He's charged with twenty counts of willful retention of national defense information. The former NSA contractors trial is scheduled for this coming June seventeenth. And finally, the dark overlord are sent to be back. According to motherboard this time, they're threatening to docs, insurance companies to prove that the nine eleven terror attacks in New York, Virginia, and Pennsylvania where put up jobs by a bunch of conspirators, unless of course, the insurance companies pay the dark overlords a ransom. Darius people will of course, ignore the conspiracy nonsense and not pay the rent. Some of course, when the authorities finally get around to arresting the dark overlords. The hope they remember to read them the rights we've seen that done on TV..
"mr. martins" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"News. Neil Nunez with the BBC news in a case that has divided Pakistan. The supreme court has overturned the conviction of a Christian woman who had been sentenced to death for blasphemy. Judges ruled that asks your baby should be released. Kunda Kamani has this report. Cfpb from a small village to the west of the whole was accused of blasphemy following an argument with two Muslim women who refused to drink water from the same glasses her. She's now spent nearly a decade in jail case became particularly prominent after the murder of a politician who expressed support for her and talk to the need to reform the country's controversial blasphemy laws. Blasphemy is legally punishable by death in Pakistan there. No one has ever been executed for it. Their office that right-wing clerics who wanted us here. BB's death sentence to be carried out will react violently to the verdict. The US Defense Secretary Jim matters and the secretary of state's Mike Pompeo of both called for a swift ceasefire in Yemen. Mr. Mattis said the US wanted to see all sides around the negotiating table and an end to dropping bombs within thirty days. This is Dan we've got replaced combat compromised, and we are working as we speak. With Mr. Martins Griffin, the UN special on voi- I've met with my shell shock. Tapan peyot is talking to him frequently. We try to amass international Yemen is suffering a growing humanitarian disaster as the four year old conflict drags on between the Saudi led coalition supporting the Yemeni government, and who the rebels backed by Iran, Sri Lanka's, newly appointed prime minister Mahinda Rajapaksa has started carrying out official duties in spite of the refusal of his ouster the predecessor to stand down random the week remers singer says his unexpected sacking last week while the president was unconstitutional here's Lombardo outside the prime minister's official residence in Colombo supporters of Ronald Wickremesinghe. Hey continue to keep vigil day and night. The house is a symbol of political party in Sri Lanka and the sacked. Prime minister has refused to leave it. He's been asking for parliament to be assembled. So that he gets a chance to. To prove his majority presidency Racine has suspended parliament under the sixteenth of November. He says his decision to sack the prime minister was legal the office of the US special counsel. Robert motor says it's asked the FBI to look into allegations that women were offered money to make what it called folds claims about him. Mr. motor is leading the investigation into whether members of President Trump's campaign team colluded with Russia during the two thousand sixteen presidential election. The investigation has resulted in dozens of indictments for federal crimes and several guilty pleas. Mr. Trump has branded it a witch hunt. World news from the BBC. South Korea's intelligence agency says North Korea is preparing to allow international inspectors to visit pong IRRI. Its main nuclear test site to verify that it's been dismantled. Laura bicker reports from solar Getty was the site of North Korea's six nuclear tests. Foreign journalists were invited to watch your CDs of tunnel is being blown up in me when Pyongyang announced that it would Philly dismantle the site in a bit to prove to the United States and South Korea that Kim Jong is serious about his pledge to denuclearize. But so far, no international inspectors have been allowed into its destruction. And critics fear that the explosions were merely for sure. At least eight people have been killed in the Philippines by another huge storm. The eighteenth typhoon to hit the country this year typhoon YouTube caused landslides in mountain provinces on the northern island of Luzon officials say about thirty people are trapped in buildings hit by debris. The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi has inaugurated the world's tallest statue amid heavy security in the state of Gujarat the one hundred eighty two meter figure known as the statue of unity, portrays Sada Patel who played a key role in unifying India after independence in one thousand nine hundred nine hundred forty seven it's twice the size of the statue of liberty in the United States and cost more than four hundred million dollars. Local people have been demanding compensation for the land on which it's built the American space agency. Nasa is retiring it's Kepler space telescope because it's ran out of fuel. After nearly a decade spent hunting several thousand. Planets beyond our solar system. Kepler helped astronomers measure potential planets as they passed in front of stars refining. The search for those that might harbor water and be capable of supporting life BBC world news. Many.
"mr. martins" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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Khloé's Kardashian 34th birthday
"He is the man responsible for later writing vida loco for mr martin and khloe kardashian today is thirty four years old i have to ask the question because i can never remember how many of those slots are there i think your question i don't know or cut no i'm asking kim khloe you got the jenner sisters kendall and kylie am i missing one i have no idea that's why i'm asking i'd like to miss them all day is thirty four don't know which one nine trish johnson who she's a tristan thompson i don't know tristan thompson either of the cavaliers i don't know tristan thompson to the cavaliers free agent tall guy he's a tall guy affect the free agency market at all no okay good today is national h i v testing day very important details on that coming up next information you can use shut in tokyo's first.
"mr. martins" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Beginning at four thirty does after noon good morning i'm david greene a florida man named perry martin got a call the other day with good news the veterinarian said his cat t to had been found mr martins said impossible t to had been dead for fourteen years he escaped during a hurricane in two thousand four and never came back but sure enough a microchip confirmed it was him he'd been on the street and was brought into the humane league mr martin recognize the cat immediately a little older he said kind of like me you're listening to morning edition starting march twenty first a french satellite that small enough to hold in your hand is looking for a big planet to make a move the planet is expected to pass in front of it star in the next year so causing the stars light to fade a bit when the satellite sees that happen it'll notify a large telescope on the ground which will study the event in detail pick sat consists of three cubes stacked together combined there a foot tall and weigh about eight pounds one of the cubes holds a two inch telescope the telescope can be small because it's target betapictoris is bigger and brighter than the sun and it's just sixty three light years away so it's easily visible to the unaided eye beta pick is only about twenty five million years old and it's surrounded by material for making planets a wide disc of gas and dust the disk already has given birth to at least one planet which is much heavier than joop petr the giant of our own solar system its orbit is a line so that the planet is expected to pass in front of the star once every eighteen years if astronomers get a good look at such a passage they can determine the planet size telling them about its composition and measure its atmosphere as star light filters through it so picks that we'll keep a constant eye on beta pick it will also measure smaller drops in the stars light as comets and asteroids pass in front of it that will tell us more about how planetary systems form big science from a small satellite you can follow started on facebook twitter and on our website start eight dot org for the mcdonald observatory i'm sandy wood.
"mr. martins" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Taking a right now mccollum right another year i didn't go in there for years so i wanna take mr martin back to that year that he played with blake griffin twenty eleven twenty 12 clippers and i wanna list the players on this team think of this roster 'cause it was pretty good at forty and twenty six th the faded the team was it beat the grizzlies in seven in the first round and got swept by the spurs in the second round okay cape listen to this collection okay the in order of of scoring on this team blake griffin chris paul kaurent butler randy four mo williams de'andre jordan chauncey billips that guy kenyon martin nick young and eric bledsoe or on that team that's vessel loaded rutgers now now now some guys are a little too young and some guys might be a little too old you could argue right but but still that's a that's a pretty good team gascogine by fini gillnet grow right or lack thereof or lack thereof okay so what blake lejeune scored twenty point seven and ten point nine rebounds so he's he's we're leaving twenty antenna twenty one intent if you want to round up what did you see or not see in blake griffin in that was his second year full year in the league when when i i saw saw him him up up using young animal dan determined um worked at his game law relentlessly mnd andrei but blakey was on with our somebody that own had a bright bright future in his knee would you do um.
"mr. martins" Discussed on WLOB
"Ooh now that in in trouble would he be game along wong the new neil do weighed de leon he never allow the hero for this townies live would you booed always lining and lordy these days you guys assam dan momberg me oh man we remind one in a mole in your own name you gone la lowest case well it's got me all wound up today is the schumer shutdown welcome back to l obese talk in may from amd thirteen ten fm one hundred point five anna wlob radiocom if indeed we are streaming dreamy today is of course mr sunshine mr martin from cape elizabeth and mr dan from portray how we do and that's where i'm from falling you live into south portland very close tough was better placed lives in portland has not completely alkanova by the progressive liberals oh i'm doing my best you have another nother story in portsmouth we have another store down in portsmouth and when i went to see the other day you were off to what what stores we're restaurant supply independent restaurants and mr rum mr martin is an independent contractor fell beans the route now he is one that works with the recovery of when they when they seasonal in zulu why do i play aaron tippin song you you've got to stand for something that you will fall for anything i think right now and get your comments on this because now that we're actually behaving us ells on the microphone wrong will be better off a promise i'm just aggravated what's been going on because and it's not the shutdowns schumer shutdown which the republicans it's a republicans won't even know schumer is the one who did it every with everyone's fault through today go now it's schumer's fault because they they need sixty votes to pass the budget so this country doesn't have a budget right now and the people who depend on most to protect this country from attack we don't have any enemies just north career in iran and.