33 Burst results for "Mr. Rogers"
Franois Clemmons: Hi from Mister Rogers' Neighborhood
"There has been so much written about Mister Rogers telling you that if you wanted to stay on the TV show. You could not be out of the closet. Did that make you adjust how you were behaving and presenting in private even in your personal life? Yes because I felt people first of all they show the photograph to friend so I felt an obligation not to be caught in those compromising situations because you see the first time someone told him I had gone to a club down in Pittsburgh called the play pin so I went there with a buddy of mine. We were dancing sweating and I go home. That was the extent of it but evidently somebody took it upon themselves to tell him that the other I've seen there and I felt violated adult man. Who in the world is telling him what? I'm doing what I do when I'm not on the show is my business and yet you ultimately agreed to stay in the closet. If you're GONNA stay on the show that was an emotional slash spiritual decision. I began to feel that I was therefore reason. Not just a happenstance. Once you have this inner feeling that I was at a meeting with destiny that I could not be casual and I couldn't deny what I knew I wasn't going to. I thought about what? What would it be like if you don't hold up your end of the bargain if you don't sacrifice in a way that has honored brings honor so? I really had a sense of obligation and commitment responsibility. Those words they haunted me. And when you say you had a responsibility who or what was that responsibility to the responsibility was to have a good face for white people who are watching this show. People were a little different in how they felt about my being on that show but white people would say all. That's terrible. Mr Rogers was so kind to you and you are gay person. You were caught in that alley that boxed up the back of the truck or somewhere and that's a disgrace. That's what I felt. I could not allowed to happen. We were there any out. Gay Black People in the media at that time No there weren't a lot. No you know who led the band the the European rock singers George and another one who just died. I was that David Bowie. Yes yes yes. Yes yes now. You're asking me specifically about black people. None of these guys are named or black. And I ask that because I didn't know if you ever considered not taking Mr Rogers advice and becoming out because there were so few media the I'm I'm a front runner. I do not care what they think. I'm speaking of my personal opinion. I've been blessed with strength and I will take care of myself. I don't care what they think but I love the man who did Fred Rogers and it would have been very very painful for him to have to go through that whole episode so I sat and I thought about it and I said you can do this you can and you will. I hadn't had love from father and it was so unconditional so bountiful that I sent. I can't give that up. I've never had it now. I've got it and I'm not going to throw it away. I'm not gonNA treat it lightly and casually. I love this man. He's treating me in a way that makes me feel whole makes me feel like a person that I'm wanted and needed and cherished in that community. They became my family all of them. So coming out you would have lost the show. You also would have lost. Your family would have been everything. It would have been a terrible loss. I had pulled in so tight with my stepfather. Beat me up. I said you know their relatives and I can't trust them. I began to allow myself to be feeling to be hillman when Mr Rogers asked you to stay in the closet. If he wanted to be on the show he also suggested that you get married. Would you have gotten married to your ex wife? Had he not suggested yes because he wasn't the only one I think who was advising me. She was my best friend so we hung up all the time all the time. An hour on the telephone was nothing for us and I didn't feel at that time that I was courting her as a lover rather than just simply expressing the this is my friend. I prefer her overall. You guys and you did have a few gay friends who knew you were gay. What was their reaction to you getting married. Oh they were surprised this what. What are you getting married for and I said well. That's my destiny. I think that's my life. I do have a lot of affection for her. And maybe that'll turn into erotic attraction it never did and when I was making love to her I was thinking about my boyfriend or somebody and so it became apparent to me that I had made a serious mistake because she was a very very nice person and she was deserving of a better relationship. And that's what I basically said to her. You know I can't give you can't be the husband that you need a want. I just can't yeah. I felt like a failure I had tried to do something and I was really down in the in the mouth say. I was so depressed that I had tried something big and I had bit off more than I could chew. Did Fred Rogers ever meet any of the menu had relationships with Oh later on he did and I have to tell you. He didn't have anything against gay people. I don't know how to share with you but I didn't have very many relationships with people. I've never lived with anyone except my former wife. I've always lived along not by choice. I think there were only two people that I had very quiet. Demure relationships with that lasted for fifteen years. Each were they quite because you felt that you couldn't come out of the closet fully. Yes in fact one of the sediment don't dress up tonight so they won't recognize you. You won't get any attention and just the two of us can go to this restaurant and this movie and be very quiet loving and cuddly sweet and when did you come out publicly. Maybe about ninety. When I started the Harlem Spiritual Ensemble. I felt very today I was I was holding a big bundle of life. I decided I'm coming out. I don't care who knows it. I'M NOT GONNA hide it. And so from then on people s not very many. I told him yes.
Your words matter. Choose them wisely.
"Welcome to hacking your leadership. I'm Chris and this is talent Tuesday. This weekly segment dedicated dolphins talent related for this talent. Tuesday episode. I WanNa talk about the way we speak to each other a few days ago. I happened to catch a documentary about Mister Rogers. There's been a lot of new content about an recently to the Tom Hanks movie on his life. That came out a few months ago. One of the things I learned that I found fascinating was a description and analysis of the way Mr Rogers spoke a longtime producer of the show was interviewed about how the crew had coined the term fresh referring to the language that Mr Rogers had supposedly admitted and it wasn't a new language specifically rather was very intentional way in which he spoke and the reasons behind it. The entire premise behind this way of speaking was the concept of anticipation meaning. Once he decided on the message he wanted to land and chose the words he wanted to use. He then played out the conversation in his mind and anticipated how a child would react to hearing those specific words. If the reaction was shaping up to be negative or if there was room for misinterpretation of the message he would rewrite the words and try again. This conversation within his own head would go over and over until he was confident he'd never inadvertently cause stress or anxiety in child and this meant literally every word on the show was carefully selected and scripted. There are no accidents and there was no advocating. A basic example would be how he never used the phrase your parents with groups of children because not all children know their parents. So instead he would say your favorite grownups. There are several examples of this process. Online where you can see the progress of these conversations and it's so smart if you have a minute after this episode Google Fetish steps and see what I'm talking about. I bring this up because I believe that when it comes to leadership our words matter to our message matters and I don't think enough leaders really consider this when communicating way back in September of two thousand seventeen. The eleventh hacking leadership was about the concept of intent versus impact and the importance of each. Lots of people argue that one is more important than the other and will. Each situation is unique. It's pretty clear that the people who consider both intent and impact are the people with the best interpersonal relationships. But something tends to happen when it comes to these discussions. Even our eleventh episode is guilty of it. The trade off between intent and impact is typically discussed in the context of potentially offending someone or giving them the wrong impression of your character where it typically isn't discussed is in the context of landing a message with your team in a compelling way away that means they both understand the message and are bought into it. A famous allegory reads give me six hours to cut down a tree and spend the first four sharpening my axe. It has real world implications on the prep-work required to get literally anything done right. No one wants to do the boring tedious work. That comes before they do the thing. Whatever that thing is no one wants to sharpen the x. Before cutting down the tree they just WanNa start chopping away. No one wants to stretch before working out they just WanNa start picking up weights. No one wants to check all the fluids in the tire pressure in their car. Before taking a road trip they just want to play on the music and drive many leads playbook or set of instruction when it comes to rolling out new strategy. They're told what the strategy is. What success looks like what the expected behaviors are and how to validate those behaviors and armed with this high level information? They scheduled time to disseminate everything to their people. But what many of them failed to do is spend time purposely crafting their words in a way that is most likely to land the strategy with their team. While eliminating room for misinterpretation in essence they failed. It'd be fresh about it if you're leader of people the next time you scheduled time with an employee or group of employees. Take the time to write out what you plan on saying and then practice it. I with yourself then someone else. Put yourself in the shoes of your employees. Think about how your words are going to be interpreted or potentially misinterpreted consider with you. Some confident not just confident in the fact that you know the information but confident your ability to demonstrate belief in the strategy. Lastly make sure your language doesn't inadvertently exclude anyone from the strategy over time. You'll find you get better at this process of preparation and eventually you'll be able to do it in your own head. In fact on some level you probably already do thanks for listening and have a great
Stop Worrying About Your Preschooler's Education (with Teacher Tom)
"Had a wonderful post. That thousands of people shared it's called. There are plenty of things to worry about right now. You're preschoolers education isn't one of them. And you shared this wonderful insight about your work actually and what you and other preschool teachers do. Which is you are researchers of children. Well that's what you do to right. That's the right to me. That's the piece I think people don't understand about what we do is that we're not there to instruct the children. Were not there to tell them what to do. What are we what were there is is to study them and understand them really to kind of figure out who this human being is. Were with it when you do that. You find out just how incredibly competent they are. I've already had parent say to be things like my kids. Five and they can fry eggs and of course they can. They can do all kinds of things if the sages just we haven't given them the opportunity and now they're getting the chance the other way I think about it is that it's about listening so listening. Not just with ears but with your whole soul your whole be because first of all you demonstrate the judge connected to them that you're there for them and you give them security but the other piece is. That's the only way you're really really really gonNA learn about them. Rather than just fall back on your preconceived notions absolutely and my mentor. Magda Gerber and her mentor. Pediatrician Emmy pickler. They talked a lot about sensitive observation. And it's a core aspect of the approach that I teach and actually in the classes that we do which are parent child. Classes start from three months old babies than we actually recommend doing these things before the baby's three months but that's as young as they be taken out into a class sensitive observation teaches us everything we need to know about our child and there needs to be affirming how to support them in their learning. All these wonderful things. So I loved that you were recommending for parents. If this hasn't been your approach now is the perfect time. Yeah to focus in on that and I love how you said. Let go of this thing where we have to say good job and try to shape what they're doing and kind of mold it the way we think it should go by encouraging them to do this over that or whatever this misperception that kids will do anything without is constantly either scolding number cajoling them or encouraging them. I mean you just hear that mantra all the time right you hear that good job thing going on over and over again it some people can't I mean honestly they're trying they can't stop it's become so ingrained for most of us. Say That all of this what we're talking about right now as far as observing and being researchers and this works with adult relationships as well because listening. I mean that's what Mr Rogers always talked about. There's almost no way to distinguish between listening in love. And when you're listening to people you learn so much about them. That's one of the things that I'm having a really hard time. You know I come from you. Know being fifty eight years old and and having grown up in the cultural men on used to being the one doing all the talking like I'm doing right now advance planning everything and I've really learned a great deal of power and just sitting back and listening to people Howard in the most positive way I remember when my children each of them got to the age where they weren't talking to their toys than having this conversations in front of me anymore. I couldn't observe them in that kind of play when a little more private or they didn't say it out loud so much and they didn't put it out there and and I remember just how much I missed that. What I love about working with young children is that they put everything out there. They show you what kind of therapy they're do with themselves. Why I became a teacher by daughter. Well you know I was the stay at home parent with my girl. And when she got to be five or six it started going to kindergarten. I I didn't know what to do with my time and so I decided to become a teacher so I can hang out with those kids. I love that I love your story. And you've of course been able to see how capable and competent children are and how they problem solve how they are able to develop their own motor skills without really any assistance at all and their creativity. I think tell the story a lot I say you know. What would you think any parent anybody out there? You Watch somebody hovering over their two month old baby. You know drilling Amman. Bowel sounds you would think they were crazy right. Kids learn how to talk. We would think they were crazy. If they had the five month old out there and they were trying to teach them how to walk in any doctor who recommended we call him a quack and I'm convinced the only reason that we believe. We need schools to teach children how to read is because we've been using schools that teach them how to read for a long time. There's incredible amount of evidence out there. That reading is a really natural human thing to do so the the older the children get the much more competent than we tend to think and we actually had really infantilized. Young children even infants. We've infantilized of yeah. We've underestimated them. That's the only way to know really what they're doing is to research to me that research of such a key part because everything children are doing on you and when they are choosing their own activity. I should say so. That was what kind of the fundamental definition of play for. Me Is a self selected activity and when children have chosen. There's always behind everything they do. There's a question they have a question. They're trying to get answered. We might not know what the question is. They might not even know what the question is but they are engaged in a scientific pursuit trying to get some kind of answer to something it might just be. Can I do
Minisode: Mob Dogs and Remembering the Kent State Massacre
"Subject line gives it away so I'll just read it. Greetings from the Mid West. Let's get right into it. It was the mid eighties and my mom had a wild perm and my brother and I were not yet around to drive her. And My Dad Bananas Bananas premiered last week on the great network from code murder. My parents had just bought their first home in a suburb just south west to Chicago. I just did that with a Chicago accent Chicago. One day the real estate agent that sold them. Their house showed up at their door with the dog and asked them if they wanted to keep it. My Mom being the Animal Lover. She is happily took him in without question. How it doesn't happen to me. I want that to happen to me. Ding Dong yes. Do you want the best dog ever? Yes he was a beautiful amber and red golden retriever. That my parents named Duke rolled up beautiful being footage stock. The famous talking been`do apparently the real estate agent. Let's call her. Peggy was in the process of showing a nearby home that had belonged to a Chicago mobster. Who was recently murdered? The man had left behind his widow as well as his dog. You may see where this is going. He noticed that the mobster's widow would leave the dog tied up in the backyard all day long and did not seem to care for him at all so one day she took matters into her own hands snuck into the ladies backyard all my the dog and brought him to my parents. As far as my parents know the woman never went looking for him which was for the best. Since I would imagine it'd be it'd be bad to piss off a mobster's widow when I asked my mom to tell me more about the story she also mentioned that Duke was supposedly a gift from one mobster to another. He was purchased and Likely a pretty expensive present. My mom adopts all her pets from shelters so duke was the only purebred dog. She's ever had my parents say the duke was one of the sweetest dogs and I can only wonder what kinds of things he saw before he ended up with them. I hope you enjoyed this story. It's one of my family's favorites. Thank you all for what you do. And for keeping me company as I run up and down my stairs in an attempt to exercise from home seeing you in Milwaukee last May was a dream come true and I hope to see another live show when this is all over. We do to stay. Well S. T. G. M. A. That's a great story. That's a great story. I WANNA mobbed odd little lot lately. Dangerous that real estate agent was a very brave woman. The AC for her bold okay. This one just goes hi. I just finished the latest episode about the Kent State Massacre. My husband's from Kent and his whole family has a connection to the university in one way or another. The first time I went back with him his mom was driving us around showing us things in town when we got to campus. She drove us to the now parking lot. Where the massacre happened and began to tell us her story of that day but first a meet cute. My mother-in-law was in the first nursing class at Kent State. And My father-in-law drove for the campus. Bus Service several times a week. He drove the nursing students to Cleveland to complete training at hospital there after a few trips he and my husband's mom hit it off and began dating. I'm not sure the amount of time they were dating before the massacre but it was enough time that he knew her family well and had been to her parents house many times on the day. The massacre tensions on campus were high and my mother-in-law was in her dorm just behind the hill. Where the shooting took place. She watched from her window. As students came pouring over the hill following the gunshots. She then got the order that everyone had to be off campus immediately and got a ride back to Cleveland to her parents. House with some people from her dorm this whole time. She knew that my father in law was somewhere on campus but had not been able to get a hold of him all day. She worried as she sat at her parents house. Not Knowing if he was okay or not as they were getting ready to eat dinner. A bus pulled onto the suburban neighborhood street where her parents lived. She was relieved. As my father-in-law got out of the bus and exhaustedly sat down to dinner with them. Turns out as soon as he heard about the evacuation order. He began filling up the campus bus with students and drove back and forth to Cleveland. All Day it's about I know it's about a forty five minute drive to get students to the airport and other safe places. They needed to go. The whole family was so relieved to see that last one at pulled up on that little neighborhoods street. This story struck me in this time that we are seeing how people who do jobs. We normally wouldn't stop to think about can be realized as essential in the wake of the tragedy my father-in-law knew it was essential for the students to get out and realized he had the ability to do that. He kept working for the campus bus service and eventually went on to run it for a few years. He and my mother in law spent the rest of their lives in Kent and raise four kids. Who all went to Kent State? Not a May. Fourth goes by that. My husband doesn't take a moment to recognize an important part of history. That day is even though it happened before he was born. Stay sexy and flirt with your bus driver Rachel. Oh I love that so good all I know so good luck for the helpers. Everyone is Mr Roger
Doing something with no expectation of return.
"On this episode. I WanNa talk about doing something with no expectation of return. There's been a lot going on recently in. The impact of the corona virus has been felt by everyone as it stands today. Many people are working from home in. Some cities are in a total lockdown with only essential travel being allowed. It's tough for everyone to find normalcy and anxiety. Uncertainty are off the charts. Right now it can be difficult to find the good in times like these. But I'll tell you what I didn't have to look that far. I saw a quote the other day that I appreciated in close friend of mine texted me and ask for help immediately. I thought of that quote. If you haven't heard or seen my most recent Lincoln post all read it now. It says there was something else. My Mother did that. I've always remembered. Always look for the helpers. Tell me there's always someone who is trying to help. I did and I came to see. The world is full of doctors and nurses police and firemen volunteers neighbors and friends. Who are ready to jump in to help when things go wrong. This was a quote from the amazing. Mr Rogers. The text I received was from Daniel. Metallica my friend and a bespoke tailor in Jacksonville Florida. Daniel owns the Taylor shopping. Does everything from alterations to custom handmade sues. He's had to close his shop. Due to social distancing and for the health of his family but Daniel didn't just go home and wait. Daniel heard that there was a shortage of face masks and that people can make them using tightly woven cotton well. Daniel has a shop full of the world's best fabrics and the world's best suppliers. So what did he do? He started making masks and after a few days he's made a few thousand and was texting me to ask for help about spreading the word if any suppliers or fabric manufacturers were willing to donate fabric. He would be willing to make masks for free for his community with no expectation of return. Let's find a way to be more like Daniel during this pandemic
PBS on YouTube TV, but missing shows
"You're a PBS fan. And you WanNa Watch watch pbs via streaming and you wonder how when where TBS would like you to know. There's an APP for that. As I recently learned in my conversation with Ira Rubinstein. Who is the chief digital officer? BBS have listen. You know. I talked with a lot of digital conferences and when I talk about our APPS I talk clutter streaming. People are like shocked. We're like a big secret and we are there and I think we have a lot more potential. I'll give in one case study example K. Q. E. D. in San Francisco did a promotion around the bart stations or through barter. As is they had an outdoor campaign just outdoor just part. They saw twenty five percent lift in their streams from that one campaign and what that tells me is even city sophisticated San Francisco when it comes to digital the latest. Were secret secret. I think it's because of the budgets to be honest. It's you know we we don't have the same marketing spend to To promote that and I think what's happening in content is you consumers are if they're net flicks viewer. They're going okay. I'm GonNa go to the net flicks and then they disassociate from from the broadcaster caster ordeal assume that the broadcaster has it. And I think there's that's part of it and I think it's a little live a generational thing where a thirty year old for example definitely. Remember Mr Rogers but not might not make that connection to Nova or Even a front line and so it's my job as both marketing. Marketing and digital is to elevate that and that's what we're doing so frontline for example We are Testing and and launching full episodes on Youtube. And they're doing quite well and what we're seeing is. It's getting a much younger audience. Those viewers may may never turn to broadcast. And that's okay because they're still consuming the content and we're not GONNA be able to change How consumers are designed to view their content? And so I think we can do and we have to do is make sure content available along all these different platforms and as these consumers are choosing how they wanNA consume that were there they understand. That's PBS or a little different. They understand that there's a local station and because of that relationship with local station discounted there for them to consume. All of our shows are there. We have have a huge library of shows that are free. And then if you're a member you can activate your local station passport and then you have access just to a library of content so if you want to catch up on say Victoria from masterpiece from a year or two ago you can do that. You want to catch up on. I can burns country music. You can do that There's just a much larger library of content to for our members to be clear that sixty eighty dollars a year as a donation to your local station. It's a member benefit and so there's a minimum level That that members have to donate and that is five dollars a month or sixty but for any donation level. You get you get an access. Ira Rubinstein the Chief Digital Oakland Marketing Officer for PBS. Thanks for filling us in about the big secret that you work on. PBS Dot Org. Gret that's correct. TV DOT ORG or research for the PBS APP. On any of your favorite platform
Why is Chester Hanks, AKA Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson’s Son, Like This?
"This is chester. Hanks big doc big up the whole island massive cowboy Chattanooga coming from that Golden Globes to- amongst Mexican and. I'll watch I mean it's not the worst thing he's ever done. I think that's the best way to put it. That's the best way to put it. It's the worst thing he's ever done as any Tom Hanks fan longtime hang longtime Tom. Hanks Fan knows Chad. Hayes is the kind of loose puzzle piece in the whole thing of it all yet. He's the son of Tom and Rita. They have their oldest son sons. He's a rapper slash actor slash instagram user and people often he comes up sometimes and then he goes away and then he comes up then he goes away and he's currently coming up because he was at the golden goal to this parents he also like recently in the past four years got sober and had a kid so like his life was just very drama and now it's a little bit less drama. He's wingless academian more less wrapping and more acting and he sort of quieted down down. Yeah everyone could see less of him but that sort of a good thing whatever right but everyone forgot about him and then he was front and center at the Golden Globes last night. Everybody I was like. Oh yeah remember like Tom. Hanks son who's like a little bit yeow unexpectedly Tom. Hey brought the whole. They brought the whole all clan there today all the kids. They brought the kids with Tom. Tom Hanks's other kids. His his non-readers children his children. Even his non on reader children are invited. Children were on. Hank's is a Non Rita Child. It's only they're not talked about over for to their their Colin Hanks as an unruly child. Elizabeth is a Non Rita Child and Truman and chat are Rita Children. But we only read our about chat chester as we really only care about him. Jim Collins Boring Elizabeth is an actor the end. Truman is just to Truman's a little too young to have actually had his coming out party. You know we focus on the real like relevant Tom. Hanks news is aiming to say. Rita Wilson commented on this video of chat doing his thing and he said maybe the best laugh of the night crying laughing. I'm Oh boy it's like. She's so supportive. Wilson is Rita. Wilson is the Hollywood version version of. He's so talented. I'm so proud of talented talented. Don't comment directly about what Chet Hayes is doing like they're really not like getting they're not really we see their pr person is like just. Don't just don't talk about it. It's fine Rita's. Night was not without drama of her own. She she needed a laugh. She tweeted around God win was. When did she tweet this around the Golden Globes the Golden Globes start at noon? La Time so this was probably around six am she between my hair and makeup is person is one hour and twenty minutes late next week hair and makeup is still not here trying to be then next week booked this person in September hair and makeup. Still not here. And if that's like not bad. She went over to instagram because the woman loves to cross platform tweeted a instagram picture of herself with like her hair. That looked slightly curly. Not Not blown out not done up and said we're I don't even have the link but like the version of those tweets again. My hair and makeup person is late. I this is about one thirty. La Time is when she tweeted and she said what you look like when your hair and makeup person for the Golden Globes as one and a half hours late even though you booked him in September will leave one hour to do hair and makeup. What the only leave him what she's like? How will I do this? One in one hour. Will you know when I saw that night. And she figured it out she looked great loved. Always pulls is through. Julianne Moore commented. Oh my God I feel you. Michelle pfeiffer commented heart. Kate Bosworth commented. Oh that's the craziest feeling healing and of course the most Christie comment which was I cannot go on until I know who I have no life. It's like who the fuck needs to know who the makeup artist test is. Like Rosanna. arquette is on a different planet and just as beauty love you bravo Rose rose rose. Rose Rose Clap Clap Balloon. Peace sign for ransom. Wow that's really funny Roseanne Arquett. What's happening Rita Wilson? And I'm not saying this about evidence like Bu- via unnamed sources but also also these tweets themselves like she's kind of a monster I mean. Come on no. I feel feel like celebrities like love her but Jesus Christ yeah I mean. The rumor mill is grinding out. News that she's a bit of a monster but that's okay not not everyone I mean especially. You're a monster. When you're married to Tom Hanks just by comparison? Let's juxtaposed these two people. You come across across as a little more monstrous whenever your husband is saying. It's true like the sacrifice you make by being married to Tom. Hanks that you come off as a monster. Because it's like Mr Rogers is why people are like you know. I Love Fred but his wife was a bitch Da. She was a baby. She was slightly mean. Once you know but I I do feel like looking at read those tweets. I'm just like what is hurt. What's your damage? Lady looking at those three tweets.
Mr. Rogers and the song 'I like you as you are'
"mr. rogers" Discussed on Filter Free Amerika
"Hello hello hello filter free America listeners and welcome to this episode of the Filter.
Spider-Man and Mr. Rogers win big at the Producers Guild Awards
"And the nineteen sixties period film green book, the top winner at last night's thirtieth annual producers guild of America film awards Spiderman into the spider vers was the winter for animated feature. And the Mr. Rogers film won't you be. My neighbor took a top prize for best documentary
SEC Fines DJ Khaled and Floyd Mayweather For Illegally Promoting A Fraudulent ICO
"DJ Khallid and Floyd Mayweather didn't say that they are being paid by this company. In order to avoid Meriwether wax. Another fight. Exactly. I mean, he. He has so much turn to a little bit about. Yeah. Just a smidge. And then he was fitting, and he had the SEC SEC even more money. Tom Hanks isn't early talks to play Djupedal in Disney's live at can adaptation of Pinocchio. The director of Paddington is behind this project. Tom Hanks busy next year. He's starting to the World War movie. Greyhound Toy Story four and he's currently filming the Mr. Rogers movie mister Rogers is so busy. I know and lead singer maroon five Adam LeVine says all the innovation in music is happening in hip hop right now. In a new interview with variety Levin said his goal is to make songs that don't sound dated in ten years time. And he says that hip hop is better than everything else. And that rock music is nowhere. And it's like it hasn't even been invited. Much to the NFL in the Super Bowl. I mean because it's in Atlanta, and they don't have an art. I mean, this is convenient timing. But remember they haven't been officially confirmed Super Bowl halftime show and finally bohemian rhapsody a box office mash, but one of the movies big scenes nearly didn't make the cut into Queen stepped in to keep it Brian May says that he and Roger Taylor fought to keep a scene in. Where Freddie Mercury tells the band that he wants to make a solo album may also seen gut wrenching and says it's favorite in the movie, but nearly wound up on the cutting room floor due to time concerns.
Mr. Rogers and Pennsylvania discussed on KNX Morning News with Dick Helton and Vicky Moore
"Crew member working on the movie about Mr. Rogers died after he had a medical emergency and fell two stories off off a balcony habit in Pennsylvania. They say. The movie, of course, is based
Bruce Dern Replaces Burt Reynolds in Tarantino’s ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’
"Why turn buoy all rerun in Chris Vangelis STA Hello? Okay, guys, everybody's watching this the Senate hearing, are you guys watching that today in the background? I would. No. I can't take. I'm seeing live tweets on it, and that's bad enough. Everything is bad right now. I'd like it to stop being bid. Yeah, I'm already seeing it through Twitter. I'm kind of wedding watching it on TV myself just makes me depressed and reminds me of my days working at a political magazine. So that was not fun. You worked at a right leaning political. Yeah. I've also just thinking through Twitter and I even that is more than enough. So you know what? Let's get into some happy film news instead concentrate by the way. I, I'm not sure if you guys saw this, but Tom Hanks they released a photo of Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers for the upcoming movie. We have that up on the
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Box Of Oddities
"Then there's the story of ronald wayne who owned ten percent of the stake of apple computer in the early days and sold his historic early on for eight hundred dollars if he had stayed with it it'd be worth thirty five billion today well i mean is that luck more is that not jury that's that's just a bad decision there was woman named janine rogers and she had a run of really bad luck she slipped off a ship's deck into the water this was like a cruise ship she was backing up to have her picture taken and she flipped over into the water and so we're friend ran to get help and slipped and knocked herself out oh no you're never supposed to run stack not poop decks are slippery in early makes me think that maybe they were cruising with the three stooges they ultimately turned the ship around and founder she's very lucky but then she was struck by lightning once and then struck by lightning a second time different time she almost got strangled to death by her husband she was she was mugged that's not lack that's just a dick for husband she had a bet stuck in her hair at one point digging into her scalp in the neighbors wouldn't help her bands and then she was at a public swimming pool one time and she was trying to get out of the water and she slipped and she grabbed hold of somebody in front of her and pulled his swim shorts down and it was mr rogers fred rogers she pants mr rogers mike so that probably made up for a lot of her bad luck i don't know that she would see it that way i had a very similar experience years ago you pants fred rogers no but i saw captain kangaroo's bare ass well tell me more about this sir i was doing a broadcast at disney world in orlando when you working for a radio station down there we did a lot of stuff with disney sure and at the time disney was running a new captain kangaroo show on the disney channel and it was very short short lived and it was the last few days of this guy's life bob kishan and so he comes over to do an interview with us and he's wearing his baggy captain outfit and like i said he was really getting up there in years at the time so he was kind of frail in his in his in his captains outfit didn't fit very well so after the interview he stood up and his pants got caught in the folding chair and pulled his captains pants down around his knees just as i turned around and in the captain's asks was about six inches from my face so yeah that was that was a magical day in the magic kingdom he will have the best not many people can say they were six inches away from captain kangaroo's bare ass you're welcome according to wonders list on november thirtieth nineteen fifty four and hodges was just taking a nap in her home in alabama just you know just kicking it okay when a freaking meteorite fell out of the sky and hitter in the hip now what are the odds of that think about this for minute when did the meteor begin its journey and from how far away probably thousands of light years away in over that time it zeroed in on an hodges hip yet but did she die no she didn't well then she's the luckiest i've never even gotten to touch a meteorite well but the thing is the meteorite of course is very valuable thing and then after she was recovering everybody was trying to steal it from her so she didn't get to reap any of the financial benefits of being hit by a meteorite she ended up donating it to a museum or something like that so let's not about the financial aspect of it it's a meteorite and it's so cool you want to see a picture of her hip you so cool that's so cool that's not cool that's horrifying that poor woman hit by a meteorite while now she's fine she's probably dead now now the story of violet jessop she's got a great name i shouldn't tell you that a great name her first mistake was getting on the titanic yeah no she did survive that but then she got on the tanic.
Protesters confront Florida attorney general at Mr. Rogers documentary screening
"This would be this application to be seated because what is the point because sarah huckabee sanders certainly is recognized because she's on tv every day but beyond that how else would you recognize her identifies somebody who voted for trump supports trump or somebody else that is part of the staff or any anyone else who just signs with him if it offends you for her to be there then how could it not offend you for any trump supporter to be there because if they voted for him there partially responsible for him being president then you have to apply your standard as such you have to start interviewing people before you seat them and then guess what it went beyond just the federal government by the way that work directly for trump florida attorney general pam bondi had to be escorted out of tampa theater of the mr rogers documentary won't you be my neighbor by police friday night due to screaming protesters who hounded hurt throughout the building enraged the over her acts actions on healthcare policy and our stance on immigration the activists created with the florida attorney general's spokesman called a volatile seen getting into bondi's face blocking her exit and spitting on her yes this is what is condoned by the far left now these aren't i if you look at them each each one of them maxime isolated but they feel empowered to do that right spit on someone because of their political beliefs or actions but that's what it's come to because the left is nothing but a group of very child is whining little babies this is this far away it seems as if this one was not even though they put it in the article was about immigration it seems like the activists who were there who saw her there were upset because of florida's decision to join the lawsuit against the affordable care act that's what that was about they spit on her over that.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Could just keep playing i don't like the time off because i think that let's flurry you know get back on skates and i think it let's top line trying to figure out what they've been missing but i think they get it done it's interesting in terms of of the scheduling hockey much more so than basketball goes day on day off day on but in the final because of the great distance and the they they add in traveled yeah they had an travel did gary go today or yesterday gary one yesterday ticker right he did not necessarily have tickets still has a ticket seek seek keith strap telling geez for the four hundred level with again what i would say is this is a very unexpected matchup it's a home game in las vegas where people spend more money than they have whereas in the nba final this is the fourth time in a row you could probably get a pretty good ticket to the nba final for under three hundred how insane just to go to the arena to watch tonight so rigidly there is sold out there selling them there's a mystics game scheduled for seven they moved into move at he let you sold at no bit people originally bottle the mystics tickets there is a resale market of five hundred dollars for the mystics game which was essentially just for you to be in the building and a good seat to watch it on tv uncle ted realized that that was a problem amelie refunded everybody's mystics purchase get in for free of mystics game and then you have tickets to get in hill a resale market on the free yes today's which is wild you can get in you could get into quicken loans arena tomorrow night four about three seven okay far less but does the seats yeah i mean.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"It's it's america's game it is the greatest game and it is ted williams said in all of sports there's nothing more difficult to do than to hit a round ball with around bat less anybody think that is just in town because of baseball please explain the the circumstance that brings you here thank you i was oppressive to robert kennedy in the campaign of of presidential campaign of nineteen sixty eight and kathleen the elvis firstborn vob and ethel's eleven children is my friend of the family and i'm actually in real life the president of the city club san diego which is public for forty three years and the denver for the sister organization which is thirty three years and kathleen and rick allen who's done a wonderful book entitled rfk his words for our time came to denver last friday and the city club on saturday and they were they were fabulous and i mean it's we talk about the dialogue democracy that's what we do it's what we what we believe and i think we have done in the public interest one thousand eight hundred twenty seven programs and we've had presidents vice presidents and senators and members of congress and more than any other professional class with had writers have saying about writers and i share for the red socks the great fenway park writers series were the only team to ever do a literary series and i also share the jackie robinson birthday tribute which we do on his birthday january thirty one done that for sixteen years because when the new ownership of john henry tom werner larry lucchino came to boston the first thing they decided they needed to do was to confront the red sox terrible racist history and ours player pump see green right was like many many many years years yes and a lot of people don't know jackie had a tryout with the red sox in forty five it was under the a plaque.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"You the two together i mean but really couldn't elton john have you know some the phone book and it would have been fantastic yes promise george mitch and i and just for a couple of minutes he writes the most literate and wonderful baseball notes it's probably easier to do because he lives in san diego and so you know he's watching base baseball a lot longer than than the rest of us because of the california time zone stuff how did you get involved in that and how many people how many people is circulated among well i think it started by my being frequently upset with the red sox have a relationship and sending emails to larry lucchino the president and that volved really into baseball and i you know it's just a it's a great fun thing to do i would say the listenership is limited but it includes you includes the governor of colorado john hickenlooper who is a tremendous baseball fan and one night in cincinnati cargo gonzales and troy lewinsky had a fabulous night they had i think five home runs nine rbi's and the next day in notes i made no mention of it i just i just didn't get it and seriously the governor called me and said how could you not right when the rockies did last night so look it is it's two or two and a half three hours of my life but i really truly enjoy doing it and people like you and i know larry lucchino says he begins every day reading notes and that's meaningful to me i love the game.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"But it's career and he has been willing to do you know he's been willing to start every ninth day if that's what you want and he goes out there and certainly the last couple of years is much more dependable than you would ever imagine never forty five i'm just looking at his career statistics other other than wins which you are exactly right on tone i mean it's array is for four zero five and just under twenty five hundred strikeouts in his career yeah almost thirty five hundred inning people mate room for him because they know what they get what else is tony allen johnson is alice marie johnson is a free woman now president trump on wednesday yesterday great good friends yet commuted the sentence of ms johnson who is sixty three and a great grandmother convicted in tennessee in nineteen ninetysix sentenced to life in prison on a federal drug and money laundering charges she was helping the scheme to smuggle cocaine from houston to memphis okay it's fine that she's out it's a great story right she wasn't put in prison for jaywalking that'd be my points you put in prison for jay walk well and good friends she was recommended sorry she was considered i believe three times during the obama administration was either two or three two or three times entering the bomb as recently as last year four a pardon and the the sort of a career officials at the justice department recommended against it never actually made it to obama's desk but i think for that reason that it is a drug offense it was a non violent drug offence busy now now that kim kardashian.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Strikes remember that as a cavs fan you can try ziprecruiter now for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash kgo caps wow ziprecruiter dot com slash kgo caps higher champion higher like a champion with ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire that's interesting copy you're listening to the tony kornheiser show this is sent us by derek m moody the chef and owner of drei i guess like you own a restaurant unlike you i actually work at the restaurant is the shift we feature live music on fridays and saturdays from local talented musicians one of these musicians justin cone and i have a tax one of his songs listening pleasure trading relationships with these musicians is one of the few perks we get in this business i have his permission of tagged him on email i'll hang up now and listen this is called patiently i'd love to have music here we're zoned against it we are patiently waiting to have music here believe me michael people want to send the original music or their friends original music how do they do with send us your original music by emailing jingles that tony kornheiser showed dot com and what are we selling on thursday because we're not here on friday to pump boots your grandson is still working hard over johnny oh he's boxing your orders if you use the promo code food see one boxing the orders you'll get twenty five percent off your order don't babies by eat by boxes reading here about e the baseball game yesterday in walker has something stuck on his face that looks like cement i finally ask liz this morning what what that happens to be she was oh yeah cardboard that's the only way you'd be quiet in the car in the way down to the cardboard and he joins us now for the third race in the triple crown justify has won the first two this race the belmont the full classic distance mile and a half andy this went when they lose the triple ground this is most often where they lose it not the first or the second they lose it in the third what does it look like to you well what you say is absolutely right tony at it's because in the in the modern day horses are bred to run a mile and a half on the dirt i mean the race.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Yes he he there's a village nantucket called matic and he would go there all the time and we used to rent a house down the street from him and my parents had give your mister rogers neighborhood go run down there right and i used to run down the road and he would be sitting out in his garden and he'd have these flowers in one day he picked one in dip it in some sort of ranch in eight it when he had these like edible flower really any gave me a lesson about how you shouldn't eat flowers all the time but there are some that are in fact edible and they're really tasty nice and what i like the nicest guy in the world he signed pitcher towards me i can stay enough nice things about his family was great to my children came back with that story i'd say you're never going to that that man i would say so it's good and it's good it's wonderful it really is i mean it's it's just it's very revealing i think it's informative and and they do talk to span where they taught to lay his wife and his sons and and he is not he is revealed to be exactly as we want him to be so no it's it's really good and i think for people who grew up you know with him in their lives it'll be hugely cathartic and it's cathartic for anybody really one more thing is hereditary i think that's the name of the toni collette who i like a lot yeah you know i don't i don't know if this movie's any good i don't even know what it's about well this is a real buzzing movie out of sundance and it's it's horror it's like a straight and so and and i think for the first whatever it is three fourths of the movie it is really good it's very well crafted it's very much in that tradition of polanski david lynch you know it's just a lot of suspense.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Good there's a movie called hotel artists i guess it's pronounced i've seen the trailers for this joey foster's in jeff goldblum is in it it looks awful beyond words that it's like i got trapped into the hitman bodyguard last night and couldn't get out and this looks even worse is this terrible now i'm not going to go not going to say this terrible really weird i like i woke up thinking like that was just a weird movie i saw last night it is what do i say about this movie this is a movie the belong to a very specific genre it's the old john carpenter escaped you know the escape from la you know what i mean like it's pulp action very violent very dark kind of campy it embraces its own camp impulses it's got this mazing calf i mean jodi foster who's really good and she actually delivers a performance in this movie sterling k brown all also incredibly good jeff goldblum and zachary they have actually really accomplish actors until you something about jeff goldblum i'm done with jeff goldblum is because of the ads because of the ads the partment dot com ads bellflower for god's sakes what are you doing it's it's such a wrong choice as his choices to be in every one of these awful jurassic park movies i'm done with this guy and i really liked what by best friend one of my best friends is the guy came up with that concept for.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Carpool karaoke another for the you do do that there's another movie american animals what is this kind of the one of the week that really snuck up on me and i don't remember the story it's based on a true story of a group of college students who stole some very valuable manuscripts from the university of transylvania in in kentucky they have a rare book room in their library that holds some incredibly priceless you know works of literature and art the university of translate vanya's can you be vampire major there now who knew i was aware of that school i didn't know that there was a school but i just never heard the story so but what's cool about this movie is that it's a hybrid between documentary and reenactment and so they actually interviewed the real guys but then they the draw that the most of the movie is a dot is a drama with actors and they seamlessly they seamlessly combine these two elements into a really intriguing very well you know speaking of caper flicks yeah this is like a true one that has a this has the zing in the right i mean this actually does kind of move and bring you in and it's just really interesting story and very well executed i thought so anybody in it we'd have heard of there's a kid named berry i don't know how you pronounce his name cohen maybe i don't he oh and he's been in a couple of like art house movie over you know over the past couple of years who else nobody really super famer okay so this is not going to get wide distribution this is.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Miss an hathaway ladies and john really yes she is hilarious she plays this kind of zane the whole the heist caper in this one takes place at the met ball do you know about the ball that's what everybody dresses and tom brady goes to this yeah yeah everybody dresses up in very weird fashion so so it's delicious you know it's it's all about jewelry and clothes beauty and make up and so that's just fun fun fun but anne hathaway plays a very vain starlet who's kind of the crux of the whole thing and she's just i thought i thought her performance is really delightful it's fun it's fine it's good it's any man going to walk into this theater alone you know it really you know you know is what i don't like because no one ever asks if a woman is going to go see ocean's eleven right well i would i mean i would ask i mean are you are you let me know the point is these are these are really beautiful people they happen to be winning but we all went to go see clooney and pit and that you know like that crowd you know what i mean like i don't understand why it's such a conceptual leap for men to wanna go see movies what was that movie that i really liked melissa mccarthy's first movie yeah right man that was terrific has you know but the reason i bring that up here is because we've seen ocean's eleven twelve thirteen eighteen twenty one and i mean there's something new in this other than the fact that women are doing it very well put and then no to your point you know the other the other kind of ding on this one is that it's not directed as well those were directed by steven soderbergh and there was zip and zing to those movies especially the first and the third one i mean they were just and this doesn't have that same kind of i would say the same fluency now the same kind of dexterity in terms of the storytelling but it's perfectly you know it's entertaining and it's it's kinda it kind of does his job i don't wanna over praise it but the gender in other words i don't think the gender is the issue i think it's the.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"This is the tony kornheiser show system reg jones who writes inside your audience in my loyal little and member of the funk duos way employees of your favorite firm and purveyor of your guest yesterday reese from i've been hounding get over to shatter the global connective tissue that is this show was being ignored by mr waters from down the street because he was afraid you only want him to talk about sports on that all even attach is another of our tune so i get that inhouse feeling promotion this wonderful podcast provide so many of us this is sarah serenade thank you jill and michael and chris tori and liz gary and an whose visit to channel nine poke the reese waters bear and got him on yesterday as with all day job semi retired musicians you can provide us lunch money through spotify title i tunes amazon etc who buys music these days thanks very very nice music plays in an hornets who has a bunch of movies some of which i've seen the trailers on television a couple anyway one is an is ocean eight is this like the girls version of ocean's eleven is sort of like what happened with ghostbusters my supposed to care about this movie because it's slightly different let's see in the order of the question yes yes yes no okay yet no it is it's it's a grebe you know it's it's very similar to the vein of of the female ghostbusters and you know for the most part at works is perfectly fine this is fine this movie is it santa bullock really headlining the on samba and goodness knows she's still got it you know she just has that magic she brings to the screen that sense of anticipation and you can watch pretty much do anything and then the on samba is cate blanchett and helena bonham carter who else riana makes her big screen debut here a kind of a new comer named aquafina who was very funny she's kind of comic relief but for my money you know the mvp of this on symbol is.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"It also since i've been closing a few ties for my company settee sat netware as one of the few people i see with the time daily basis i'm hoping you will enjoy close ties are beautiful and years back i also got another i hope it's pronounced tea or set sat there's noth beautiful i'm not giving that out to people who are here they get the camouflage truck hats that's right they're not getting these things really have the meet the packaged meat from china onuma world also got vino a bunch of things including the hat of presidents all of these things are good i'm very grateful george mitch and his son timur here and i'm going to say this again if you can get on his baseball notes which are delivered on a daily basis i gotta get on that they're brilliant his his problem in life is he roots for the san diego padres wow that's a tough that's a tough way to go got to go but he writes about all baseball and then and then often puts in puts in things that are extraordinarily literate has people who are poet laureates of north carolina contribute and it is great read every single day and occasionally he mentions this show for which i'm grateful we will get outta here now we will come back and horn we'll do some movies when we return i'm tony kornheiser this is the tony kornheiser show this is the indochino add it tells me to talk about how a made to measure suit fits compared to generic off the rack suit and talk about my personal experience with indochino and talk about.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Argument would be that houston almost took them out chris paul had not been hurt there's a chance they could have gone down but you're still i go back to that segment we did in the fall where the gm's voted on who is going to be in the finals basically everybody said this matchup the exception of of your own team you couldn't vote for in the other guy said well boston so they were dead on i think though at this stage my buddy in colleague and former wizard jared dudley for boston college he tweeted last night something that bound barry interesting which was this is too easy for durant he proved he's proved how good he is but now it's time to go take your own squad and show you can really do on your own to a degree i think for the betterment of the league they need to break it up that's what i was just going to say so durant can leave after this season where would you go i mean i we know he won't why would you go i totally agree but i'll just saying he is this is where you are even stern like intervention which goes look you need to go somewhere put i would like this would never happen but it'd be interesting to see what would he do in san antonio what would he do with a young team like minnesota what would he do if he went east with philly or or or dc i mean it all of those things are in play for lebron sure sure what lebron lebrons would be interesting but if he went to golden state i mean then you point the league's over i would say over seventy hopefully i just don't watching that game it short of lebron on houston yeah even lebron philadelphia i just don't see any grouping of players that can beat the warriors i just i know steph curry went one for ten from three he was not good he was in foul trouble.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"Hood their secret weapon why laugh that yesterday had fifteen jr smith who cost them any chance of winning the championship in game one came back and had a solid with all of that with all of that and with klay thompson and steph curry combining for some re like i dunno some terrible number seven of twenty seven something really bad so you have cleveland scoring you have nobody other than durant on golden state scoring and golden state still wins the game again it's not how it's how many is it four is it just for and this is a disaster for the nba because the first two rounds of the playoffs were terrible then the conference finals were extended and we're at least interesting if not well played we're interesting this is going to be four and even if it's five it's just it's it's not being contested by cleveland at all the only drama is will lebrons stay in cleveland or declare his intention to go somewhere else you're already looking to next year if you're i mean if you're not mike will bonn and you look at this objectively you say it's terrible for basketball because it's it's not competitive right it's not competitive it is it is not the go games to end cohen golden state goes out there their team is ten to fifteen points better than cleveland in less a number of things happen i was i watched the first three quarters the ease with which golden state gets wide open shots now sometimes i miss them but the ease at which they get wide open just they're just guys open constantly in the third quarter quarter was open all the time he he sometimes passed hoop former wizard javale mcgee but they just open all the time i mean durant is unstoppable in that they do that one four set sees he's seven feet tall even when you know his reselling talk even when you know the three pointer is coming he's too tall and releases too quickly you just the hopi mrs it's true.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"The news and run the board when george mitchell vich and his son get here somebody please let me know george writes the most literate baseball notes they're just wonderful all the time and so i want him to i wanna find out when he's here i'm going to be honest as i possibly can be i watched very little of the game i got involved last night in this terrible movies the hit man's bodyguards just it's terrible samuel l jackson and somebody else ryan reynolds reds ryo reynolds who's fine it's corey it's total cartoon all the time and i watched it watch watch it and for a while for just for a while i went over to the game and not look let's give credit where credit is due saint albans georgia's here very good saint albans grad not lou grocer saint albans grabbed at saint albans grad reese waters was on the show yesterday michael what did he predict what happened in that game i believe he said that kevin durant would go off and game three and kevin durant had forty three points last night and thirteen rebounds and the ark he was total of fifteen at twenty three he was eleven for fifteen at one point and he was four or five from i mean he is so he's seven feet tall yes so you have lebron james recording a triple double thirty three points ten rebounds and eleven assists kevin love again in the finals kevin love had twenty points and thirteen rebounds something like that rod.
Walmart, Google and Hp discussed on Daily Tech News Show
"Do you like listening to advertisements me neither want to help and support greatest recklessly that had to daily take new show dot com slash support and help us return new milestone today this is the daily tech news for thursday april twelfth two thousand eighteen from dina's headquarters in los angeles on tom merritt anthem studio feline i'm sarah lane for a mogul in california i'm just in and with us as well is mr roger chang our producer how are you roger i'm good from my side of the san fernando valley is it how is it over there it's quite nice yesterday was insufferably hot today it's quite breezy excellent well let's start the show with a few tech things you should know market analyst firm idc says that pc shipments were flat during the first quarter supported by business sales now globally deliveries were unchanged in the first three months of the year compared with the earlier with hp leading sales and a several report research firm gertner said it found global shipments declined one point four percent in the period amazon announced thursday that its acquisition of ring has been completed amazon says ring will remain independent with all of its employees on board amazon also said that the price of the least expensive ring doorbell will be permanently lowered to a hundred dollars ring sources tell reuters that walmart is likely to reach a deal to acquire a majority stake in india's flip cart by the end of june indian media report amazon's preparing a counter offer wise everybody fighting over flip guy will flip cart controls nearly forty percent of india's online retail market sources tell bloomberg that because of lagging sales for the home pod apple lowered sales forecast and cut some orders with invent corp which is one of home pods manufacturers the home pods first ten weeks of sales gave it ten percent of the smart speaker market to put it into perspective seventy three percent is what amazon's echo device has and fourteen percent for the google home.
US Postal Service unveils Mister Rogers postage stamp
"Better idea of how much rain fell on the thirst a third on the bay area this week matt maili is meteorologist with the national weather service along the big sur coast road some of the highest peaks x ten inches of rain in the lower valleys around the san francisco area anywhere from about one or two inches when you get into the hills we saw anywhere from three to five inches and while that may seem like a lot we are still in a deficit rainfall totals from san jose are fifty four percent of normal for this time of year santa rosa is at sixty five percent of normal a shareholder lawsuit has been filed in san francisco against facebook directors over the mass massive data breach involving cambridge analytica these new claims senior management failed to prevent the breach and then go public with the information when it was discovered in two thousand fifteen facebook's value has declined about fifty billion dollars since the leak was disclosed and it's a beautiful day to honor mr rogers with a postage stamp the postal service today on rogers with a stamp that postmaster general megan brennan says captures his warm welcoming manner this commemorative forever stamp features a photograph of mister rogers smiling in one of his signature red card against alongside him is one of his most beloved characters the selfimportant king friday the thirteenth postal officials held a dedication ceremony of the pittsburgh studio or rogers filmed mister rogers neighborhood which aired for thirty three years on pbs this report sponsored by in and out burger there's fresh and then there's in and out burger fresh comes to your made to order burger being freshly prepared before your eyes and taste the in and out.
Watch this Mr. Rogers documentary trailer and remember he taught you everything you know
"Seventy seven year old has received his longawaited knighthood at buckingham palace i'm tom rivers at the abc news foreign desk in london america's most famous neighbor would have turned ninety years old on the first day of spring komo's brian calvert spends a couple of minutes reminding us all how special he believed we were for decades he was there on tv reminding us how important feelings truly are what would you like you very much telling while using puppets fred rogers talked about love divorce and even death in a way that everyone could relate to even used his honesty in front of congress when funding for public television was on the line right here you got the fall i give an expression of care every day to each child senator john pastore i came off as abrasive i'm supposed to be a pretty tough guy in this the first time i've had goosebumps for the last two days but i tell you the words of one of the songs which i feel is very important is and the whole world watched as mr rogers schooled lawmakers on dealing with anger and feelings i can stop when i want to can stop when i wish can stop stop stop anytime and what a good feeling to feel like this is wonderful thank you just end the twenty million through the years mr rogers reminded us daily stay such a special how by just your being you even during one of his final appearances on television he reminded us of what's truly important would you just take along with me ten seconds to think of the people who have helped you become who you are i'll watch time anyway there are many ways to say i care never you've been thinking about how pleased they must be to know the difference you feel they've made it's you i lie on what would have been fred rogers ninetieth the first trailer for a documentary about his career has been released won't you be and capable of loving leans lease brian calvert komo news stay connected stay informed komo news one thousand fm ninety seven seven km komo news dot com your money at twenty and fifty past the hour on komo news here's your komo.
"mr. rogers" Discussed on /Film Daily
"Whoever one and welcome to slash on daily for january twenty ninth two thousand eighteen on today's show we're going to be diving into a bunch of news including cloverfield for king killer chronicle tom hanks starring in a mr rogers movie uh deeply seat to end whether disney should be worried about the future of star wars this peter sorida in joining me at this podcast slash from senior writer ben pearson hey what's going on it's awesome writer chris even jealous sta hello uh before we get into the news guys it's been awhile since he's done a water cooler um because with sundance and everything uh so i thought uh lets you know wits catch up in uh gather here uh around the virtual water cooler in talk about uh what we've been watching in what we've been doing um i have a been injured mateen is you know my wrist was fractured and uh i'm in a cast for the next month at least which really sucks um and you know i've been watching of tv y f now with my girlfriend nev watched eight seasons of survivor i watch yeah i i don't know it's a problem and i know it's not uh you know great television but it's very interesting um we did over the weekend watch um the the netflixing movie futile and stupid gesture which is both the uh boat national lampooned and i think brad talked about it previously in the podcast uh it it it's kind of a good typical bio pic uh it does some interesting things with um the narrative structure of it some funny things but uh it's enjoyable it's nothing uh great have either using this film not yet.