35 Burst results for "Nashville"
Joe Burrow's TD to Higgins lifts Bengals over Titans 20-16
"Just as they did in the playoffs last season, the Cincinnati Bengals came into Nashville and knocked off the Tennessee Titans. This time by a score of 20 to 16. Bengals quarterback Joe burrow went 22 of 37 for 270 yards and a touchdown through the air while samaj P Ryan, filled in nicely for the injured Joe Mixon, carrying the ball 17 times for 58 yards at a score, as well as four catches for another 35 yards. P Ryan says getting into a rhythm early helped build his confidence in this one. His first start since 2020. If you can get into rhythm early, of course, is going to help and it's not only going to help me, but it's also going to help the team, you know, just eating the clock down, wearing a defense now, you know, keeping their offense on the sideline, keeping Derek in real and sideline. That's always a plus. The story of the game may have been the Cincinnati defense, holding two time NFL rushing leader Derrick Henry to a measly 38 yards on the ground. Jeremy kick over Nashville.
No. 9 Tennessee routs Vanderbilt 56-0 in rain for 10th win
"Navals went for the jugular early and never looked back. They won the coin toss, elected to receive and immediately ran four plays resulting in a touchdown the entire drive took just 55 seconds. Tennessee head coach Josh says the game plan was to come out fast tempo so they could get ahead of the impending elements. The weather pattern we knew it was going to get rougher during the course of the ball game and the wind would probably pick up too and felt like we wanted to take the football first and then try to create some big plays. From there, senior Princeton fan, junior's D Williams and jamari small, as well as sophomores Jalen Wright and walker Merrill all found the end zone to put this one away for the falls. Jeremy take over Nashville
Nashville Songwriters Association's Bart Herbison Shares a Story
"Start back though a little bit in the wilder days of Nashville when it was really growing. You tell a great story. One about your very building that you're in. The office building. If people were to come to Nashville and to see if they were to drive by you're building. What would they tell that story? Because it's really a famous building that you really it has nothing to do with Nashville songwriters, but it's where y'all have now. There was a man named Harold shedd. And Harold was from breeman, Alabama. A musical area, breeman, Georgia I'm sorry. And had worked in muscle shoals area, a musical area might as white an asphalt doing radio jingles. And one day hero went, I record jingles, I can record songs. And took the ill advised move of mortgaging his house. To sign a band named young country. When I say built, that would be a lie. Beg barred and stole some really antiquated studio equipment, put it in a room near music row and recorded this band. And the record labels, let me shout. Hey, did this man? Some of them like, what the hell do you think this isn't country? I don't know what this is. They're off temp other off key, never call us again. So Harold had invested everything he owned, and I think quickly learned, maybe this isn't that easy. And the band was ready to walk because they were a bar band. They played around the south making a living, they had kids. They were older about this time. And Harold goes, no, no, no, no, no, no, we're not done. We're going to make a second record. And over months and months and months when the ban wasn't touring, they did. And Harold Senate to all the same labels, and most of them didn't even listen to it. And they said, what did you not understand about we hate this? We hate you because this isn't country. It's like southern rock. We don't know what it is. And so that was that. And there were three songs left. Harrell said look, let's just record them, and by the way he named that room the first music mill. And so they recorded them. All but one, they had one song left. Meanwhile, back at the ranch, as happens in the music industry, RCA was not happy with the Nashville people running it. So they come down and fire everybody at the record level. Everybody. And they bring in, I think he was 27. He was in his 20s, a kid from New York, named Joe galani. He goes to his big lovely office and what used to be the Sony building and they're showing him around, he sits down, there's one one cassette tape. Sitting on his tape player. He puts it in and goes oh my God.
CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know
"Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning will host tonight's country music association awards in Nashville I'm Archie's aleta with a preview Miranda Lambert's Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood are expected to be among those paying tribute to Loretta Lynn in the opening performance of the CMA awards which air live on ABC 29 Carly Pearce has 5 nominations and two performances to worry about and she loves it It is gonna be busy but oh my gosh like the busy Ness that I've dreamed of my whole life so I'm really excited Yeah I don't know if you thought leni Wilson is the top nominee with 6 entertainer of the year contenders are Lambert Underwood Luke combs Chris Stapleton and Morgan Wallen
Microsoft's Fred Humphries Tells Us About His Background
"One of the things that I've always done. Especially when I've interviewed a lot of folks who people know, I want them to know the people in my podcast and whether you have a public figure that is in the news all the time or someone who's never, but around I want people to know because when I hear so much and I have a lot of different age groups listening, I want them to know that if they put their minds up they can do it. So Fred, give us a little background about where you came from, how you got here, just let us know you a little bit. I absolutely will. I'm going to do I'm trying to do the short story. Aspect, I was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. But fast forward, I was raised in Tennessee, raised in Nashville, Tennessee, great place for good country music and when I was growing up, it was more on the production side than it was on the go see a show, you know, get some good entertainment and Nashville has changed. And went to morehouse college in Georgia and Atlanta, Georgia. My wife of 35 years is from Macon, Georgia. I get there making a fair amount to see my mother in law. Went on to temple law school in Philadelphia, came back home to Tennessee, and like yourself, I have a commitment to community. I have a commitment to trying to make a contribution to society. And I think one of the places you could do that is in government. I worked for a governor, governor Ned ray mcwhorter. For 6 years, I did something that I really enjoyed. And I think about this when I think about this podcast, I was on radio station LAC 1510 a.m. in Nashville on Sunday. I had a talk show Doug, you probably didn't know. And I only had it for a few months because I ended up moving to D.C.. I looked forward for every Sunday, but I would tell you, like you have to do, preparation for a talk show is like, okay, I got 30 minutes. I got to figure out what I would say. I had an open line, and then I'm like, you know, okay, you want to get callers. Oh my gosh. The amount of time I spent on that for the 30 minutes was unbelievable,
Josi's goal, 2 assists lead Predators past Blues 6-2
"The national predators earned an impressive 6 to two victory over their central division rival the St. Louis blues The usual suspects got involved for Nashville as they got three points from captain Roman yossi three assists for Matt duchene and three helpers out of Philip forsberg in just their third games of the season line irregulars Michael mccarran and Zach Sanford each found the back of the net Sanford says it's always nicer when you score against your former team It's good it's obviously it's always feels good to score and get a win but you can do it against guys who used to play with it's a little sweeter The blues fall to three three and O while Nashville improves a three four one Jeremy kover Nashville
Sen. Marsha Blackburn: Protesting Mutilation Surgeries on Minors
"Are in Nashville with our good friend Matt Walsh. I was really surprised by the turnout at that rally as you're standing up and protesting these medical mutilation surgeries. Yeah, and what we have to realize is that there are puberty blockers there are other drugs that there is cross hormone therapy that is being given to minor children. These surgeries are being provided being given to minor children. And we have a society has an understanding time. Then until a child is fixing they can't drive they can't vote till they're 18. They can't buy alcohol and tobacco until they are 21 and we do that because you know that children's brains are developing that they can not make those decisions and should not be forced to make those decisions. And yet, here you have those that are big supporters of all of this gender therapy and transition therapy who think that children as young as ten, 11, should be able to decide for themselves they want to have these surgeries.
Vilardi leads Kings to 4-3 shootout win over Predators
"The Los Angeles kings used a late surge in regulation to earn a shootout victory against the Nashville predators four to three Nashville led three one after two periods of play on the strength of goals from Cody glass Philip forsberg and Tanner janell the kings then rallied to tie it with two goals by defenseman Matt Roy in the final 7 minutes Despite a predator's power play in the extra frame a shootout was required and Gabriel villardi was the difference maker for LA potting the only goal of the shootout for either side King's net miter Cal Peterson had 29 saves in the win You know now we have the confidence that we're never out of it and we can find ways to come back and get points when games Jeremy keg over Nashville
Jerry Lee Lewis, Keith Whitley join the Country Hall of Fame
"Keith whitley and Jerry Lee Lewis were inducted into the country music Hall of Fame in Nashville Tennessee on Sunday With the latest Nikki guyton Alabama and Kenny Chesney were among the performers at the country music Hall of Fame inductions Lori Morgan tearfully accepted the induction on behalf of her late husband Keith whitley Performed in tribute to Jerry Lee Lewis who stayed home for health reasons Hank Williams junior says if Lewis had been there everyone would know it Jerry Lee doesn't ask for your attention he demands it He doesn't take the stage he commands it Music executive Joe galante also was inducted
Niederreiter scores in debut, Predators top Sharks in Prague
"The NHL regular season has begun with the predators defeating the sharks four to one in Prague The first goal came off the stick of Nashville's key for sure would just 61 seconds into the game Nino need a writer scored in his predators debut and Ellie told vonn provided the game winner Hometown favorite Tomas hurdle had San Jose's long goal tying the game in the first period UC sorrows blanked the sharks the rest of the way and finished with 30 saves The two teams square off again on Saturday in Prague I'm Dave ferry
Guardsman Investigated for Chasing Bus, Believing Migrants Were on It
"Then the lieutenant colonel in the National Guard does the same thing. And people on the bus are starting to freak out. They don't know what's going on. So anyway, long story short, the bus finally gets to its destination. And by the way, he's Facebook. All of this is on Facebook Live. The lieutenant colonel is Facebook Live. It just keeps getting worse. Is that how you say Facebook Live? Yeah, no, you did good. You did good. Thank you. So anyway, they get to the, this nice little hotel, and is it foul mouth or foul mouth? It's falmouth. Whatever. The admiralty inn and sweets. It's a very nice looking hotel. They have a little swimming pool in the middle and the courtyard. And I don't know, I guess they give them a free breakfast, I don't know. No, that's only at the Hampton inn. So anyway, they pull in and then the guy starts he jumps out and he starts banging on the door of the bus. And he says, you have to let me in. Let me in. And the bus break down the door. The bus driver's freaking out. And the guy said, I know you have illegal aliens on the bus. And this is all in the dark of night. Can you imagine Michael Vaughan is the driver? He is the owner of Mike's limousine, it is a bus company. They don't work trying to get a bus to go to Nashville next week. A party bus. A party bus. But I digress. So anyway, Hoffman thought that the bus was full of illegals. And he wouldn't, he wouldn't give up. So he would not leave, and mister Vaughn says he harassed us to death. This is the Cape Cod times story. Everybody was scared to death and I have to imagine show. And all of this is being recorded live on Facebook.
Phil Schwenk: Focused on Students, Not Fake News
"Controversy involves a television station out of Nashville news channel 5 and this is the headline and this will be the launching off point for our conversation. Hillsdale president Larry Arne, who I know. Hillsdale president Larry arn says racism is like sexuality neither should be discussed in the classroom. Now, you guys have been really subjected to a lot of fake news and a lot of smears and slanders by the media in Tennessee. What's going on here? What's the problem? Well, I think you summarized it and what you said. A lot of what we're seeing in the media is false. And it's not true to the work that we're doing in our schools and the hope for our schools. We're very much focused on kids and their education and the classical setting. So a lot of these headlines move away from what our actual causes. We care deeply about kids and their education. So when you start turning into a political commentary about Larry Arne, it's the president hillsdale and issues around racism and sexuality. You're kind of missing some of the core things that we're trying to do and that's established schools for a kids that are 5 to 18 years old in Tennessee. Now,
Marsha Blackburn Releases Statement About Vanderbilt Gender Clinic
"Senator Marsha Blackburn, who actually is from Tennessee, the volunteer state. And is from the Nashville area, putting out this statement, we are shocked by what we've seen in the videos. We would hope Vanderbilt would make better decisions. There is nothing healthy about mutilating the bodies of minor children. It's just monstrous, and so she's calling for an investigation as well, and there needs to be quite frankly, the auto just shut down the hospital. Until they can get a handle on this, but it's pretty despicable. And again, just think about this for a moment. If you are under the age of 18 right now, you have to get a permission slip to get a tattoo. You want to go get your nose pierced, you know what? You've got to get parental consent for that. If you go to the store and you're under the age of 18 and you want to buy booze, guess what's going to happen. They're going to throw your butt out of the store. Want to get a packet of cigarettes? No, they're not going to let you do that. And the reason why is because you're a kid, you're a child. You don't need that kind of stuff. So why would we not demand ladies and gentlemen, the same sort of parental involvement in things like, and let's just go down the list here. These China virus vaccines remember that story they were given the kids the vaccines in the school without mommy and daddy knowing about it. Or what about abortions where you've got public schools that are counseling kids to have abortions without mommy and daddy knowing about it, taking the kids down to the abortion abortion mill to get an abortion without telling mommy and daddy about it. And now they're wanting to mutilate kids
Rebecca Hatfield on Making the Best Consumer Choices
"What my policy is, Walgreens is another one that is a really not good company, which is your child Walgreens. Walgreens is a very well company. So think about this. Think folks, how big these companies are, they're everywhere, and you kind of feel like everywhere. The choice do I have? I got to drive on the road. I got to go, I got to get this. I got to get that. I can't avoid it. But you're telling us, if you can avoid Walgreens and target, that these have become tremendously woke companies. But the point is, okay, if your child has a fever at three in the morning and Walgreens is the only 24 hour entity open, go get your child some Tylenol or whatever at Walgreens. You make the best choice that you can at that time. Amazon is really hard to compete with. I mean, they've got, you know, we're in the Nashville area. We can get same day delivery. There are some times that we have to use Amazon and we don't like to use Amazon and we try to avoid it. We want to shop local. Then we choose a mom and pop shop if we can't find just a local something we use a smaller brand name that's not a family owned company or American made. So we try to do like a sphere of local and then family owned and then so we try to avoid the big box brands as much as possible. But the point is that you make the best choices every time that you can. And not to brow beat yourself and not to just go crazy with trying to be dogmatic about it, but just every choice beware of what you're trying to do and realize that each purchase that you make, it is a vote. And if you're just careless and you do Willy nilly, whatever you want to do, you're making a vote towards the left's agenda. If you don't pay attention and say, hey, I'm going to try to be more aware of what I'm purchasing.
Lance Miller Reflects Back on His Songwriting Career
"You also have, you know, again, we're talking about among rob and we're just, you know, from the side of life, you know, we're happy to be in behind the camera. Most times, but you know, you've been out there in front of Nashville star TV show. I mean, I was, I mean, looking at myself here this morning, I look like I have a face for radio, but I will be calling. You better watch out. But I was, I was on Nashville star, Miranda Lambert, the fans of people out there listing my remember Miranda was on that show the first season and she got set third place, I think, and then I was on the second season and got fourth place. And it's interesting you bring that up because my first publishing deal after singing demos, what your demonstration recordings and I would sing for songwriters. And that's how I got to know a lot of the songwriting community by singing demos and from that I got a deal at EMI publishing. And then that deal ended after two or three years and then I was kind of flopping around in Nashville again trying to figure out what to do next and then Nashville star came down the pike. And I got on that show and there's a long story to that but the short version of it is everybody most people that I met are still in my life now from that show in a very important capacity. The Warren brothers were judges on that show. Right. That season. They told me in front of 800,000 people to watch that show that I sounded like Merle Haggard, but I look like chastity Bono. And we were instant friends 'cause I could tell a joke. Everybody's like, well, I kind of see it out there. Let me squeeze this. Oh yeah, these are. They look, hey. Chastity. There she is. You were just ahead of your time, brother. I had my time, I think, yeah. So anyway, I met Tracy gershon on that show. She was a judge as well. And she went to Warner Brothers records shortly after that show, and she told me she said, when I get over there, you're going to be the first act I signed. And she did.
Rob Hatch and Lance Miller Join Doug to Discuss the Art of Songwriting
"Rob, hatch, Lance Miller, are with me today. We're all together. This is going to be fun. Getting to know them, but also just talking about everything from families, to songs, to country music, to just life in general. And then getting into the real important stuff and that will be hunting later on here in the bottom. But rob Lance, welcome to the duck college podcast. Yeah, you did my friend. Good morning, Doug. Hey, everybody. It's got one of the things is that I like when I first got involved with the whole song router issue and the whole music issue and we went over that on the podcast some before. What really did it for me and I think from the first time I met you guys and others was the stories that came from sort of real life. It was just gear review you have families, you grow and songwriting is such an interesting art. Both of you come from different places you ended up in Nashville. One on one of your other one and pick up and just tell the folks how you got there. You know, what it really got you to be in the songwriting. Yeah, well, for me, I started coming down here. I won't take you through the whole thing, but my dad's a singer too, so he pursued the music business in the 70s. So I was, I was actually coming to Nashville as early as 1974. I know I look like I'm really young, but. I didn't know it did make up on song writing there. You know, come on. But I got bit by the bug really early through my dad performing. In the back of my mind, I was coming this way, even from, I don't think I've ever told rob this, but I knew as a ten or 11 year old kid, I remember talking about I wasn't going to go to college, which I did go to college, but I was talking about coming to Nashville. And so I was talking like that from a pretty young age, just seeing my dad on stage, and it was, it was like watching a star up there to me. I mean, he was dad through the week, but on the weekends, he was a weekend warrior when I saw him Jeff, I'm on that stage. I knew that's what I wanted to do too. Really young. And then the songwriting thing, we're going to that a little more later, but which is good for people out there that want to be a songwriter, maybe it is something that you can actually learn the craft a songwriting
Big Wins Across State Primaries This Week
"Had Kansas and Missouri Arkansas having battles, Missouri. We saw Eric Schmidt, the attorney general over there when the nomination in the battle of Eric's Donald Trump chiming in with an endorsement of Eric with two candidates having the same first name, Eric Schmidt ended up getting the win and will face off to try and make sure the Missouri Senate race stays in Republican hands and then down in Arizona. Carrie Lake finally gets the final nod that she's the winner in Arizona. Maricopa County, Phoenix that screwed up the 2020 election has done no progress in getting any further along at being able to actually count votes and get through an election process. You know, you've got other countries where they can literally hand count ballots and they can do it in 24 hours. Maricopa County can't even get it done in a few days and they had chaos, they had confusion, like we saw in 2020, despite all the denials that there was any election problems in Arizona that it didn't get stolen from Trump, but a big week there, and then in Tennessee, where we're broadcasting from in Memphis, Andy ogles wins the Republican primary in the Tennessee 5th congressional district. Last night, as Republicans redrew that district in Tennessee, it's been a 9 congressional district state for a while. Traditionally, you've had 7 Republicans to Democrats in recent years. Well, with redistricting, Republicans redrew the lines in Nashville, dividing Nashville up, adding some of the suburban counties to it. And for the first time for the first time since reconstruction, the Civil War, Republicans have an actual shot to pick up Nashville and probably do that new district is about a 12 plus Republican district Donald Trump carried it by over a dozen points,
Barbara Mandrell returns to the Opry for 50th anniversary
"Musician Barbara Mandrell has made a rare public appearance to mark her 50th anniversary as a member of the grand Ole opry in Nashville on Saturday I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Kerry Underwood was one of the musicians paying tribute to Barbara Mandrell at the grand Ole opry others were Linda Davis CC winans and Susie bagus Mandrell joined the opry in 1972 when she was 23 She has not played music or sung in public except for church since she retired in 1997 Mandrell says it was great to return to the opry It's family And I'm big on family I think that's obvious By the wonderful family that I have So I just feel at home I feel comfortable
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"None of that matters. The state Uber Alice. And the moment it gives more money to more people, the state grows that much more. Tough to imagine any place where the left will not eventually prevail at some point. The Dennis prager show. Everything's the same and everything's the way that it should be. The lesson that I am imparting this hour is as big as any you can have or learn or inculcate into your thinking. Taking things from the taking free things from the government inevitably, inevitably means must happen. There is no possible way it won't happen. You will be controlled in some way by the state. If you take its money. And that is the biggest reason the left wants you to take money from the government. Many even on the left believe sincerely were just helping people. We're making sure that schools can not discriminate against anybody for any reason. By making sure that they, if they take money from us, they will have to have an LGBTQ association. They will have to have a non gendered bathroom. Whatever it might, whatever it might be, or even allow transgenders. Females, that is biological males who identify as female to compete in women's sports. You take our money, you follow our rules. It is true in every country on earth. The more the state gives you, the more it takes from you. The human being does not ache to be independent. The human being does not ache to be free. The human being aches to be taken care of. You know who else? Or who among human beings most aches to be taken care of children. There is an infantile element to leftism. To Marxism to progressivism, it is a completely infantile desire. I want to remain a child. That's why they're a safe spaces at colleges. You hurt my feelings. Yes, I'm 20 years old. But if somebody comes to campus with whom I differ my feelings are hurt. I will learn to have my feelings hurt. By, if I'm a female hearing, a joke with a sexual innuendo. That will hurt my feelings, and I will report you, I might even go to a safe space. Therefore a man shall leave his mother and father and clings to clinging to his wife, genesis. Become independent you grow up. Marriage makes you grow up in most cases. A vast number of the biggest activists are single females. And marriage would have made them grow up. That's what's involved in all of this. I want to be independent. I want to grow up. So I won't be a progressive. Dennis prager here, see you tomorrow. Dennis prager here, thanks for listening to the daily Dennis prager podcast to hear the entire three hours of my radio show, commercial free every single day, become a member of prager topia. You'll also get access to 15 years worth of archives, as well as The Daily Show prep, subscribe, at prager topia,.
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"In 2020, Yoshi university wrote a paper title fostering an inclusive community on the issue of LGBTQ people and its institution, Yoshi university is wholly committed to and guided by halakha Jewish law and Torah values. These direct our every effort and establishing a caring campus community that is supportive of all its members, but it doesn't mean that we have to recognize an LGBTQ. Group. While we love and care for our students who are all each and every one created in God's image, we firmly disagree with today's ruling and will immediately appeal the decision. Okay. What was the argument that gets money from the government, the government could tell it what to do. This is the deal, the Memphis, the feeling and deal, mephistopheles, term for the devil. This is the mephistopheles like deal that countries make with their citizens. We will give you, is that mine? Oh yeah, look at that. I can't believe it. Sorry about that, folks. Anyway, that is the mephistopheles like deal that is made. With states with their governments. With their citizens. We will give you the following for free. Or so you think, but there is nothing free. Milton Friedman's great insight. There were no free lunches. There's no free anything. Tell me what is free. What in life do you get from others and there is nothing whatsoever attached. I can't think of anything. Maybe a mother's love for a baby. She loves the baby and she gives it. As everybody knows parental very often comes with a sort of price. Then I expect you to act in a certain way, which is perfectly acceptable, by the way. But in general in life, especially from the state, you now know the reason the left winds. You know in Colombia, a radical leftist was just elected president of Colombia. I mean, radical. The guy was one of the terror leftist group in Colombia. Groups that murdered civilians with abandon. And he is now the president because he promised people more goods. And that's why Chavez won in Venezuela. That is why the left winds everywhere on earth. We will give you more. That's why unions love the left. They get all these things from the left. They get power they get money. They get prestige. That is why the founders of America did not set up the United States to be a democracy. They set it up to be a republic. They made that clear. The United States Senate is as undemocratic and institution by definition as you can imagine. States with a tiny number of people like Wyoming have as many senators as states with 50 million people like California. It's not democracy. They didn't want democracy. They didn't want the majority rules the majority rules the majority rules. It invites corruption. This thing with why you with Yoshi university is the perfect example. You get money from the state. We can tell you what the hell you teach whom you teach to, what clubs you must recognize. Keep your Torah and shove it, baby. We are the state. Torah shimura. Right? That's the way it works. It could apply it anywhere you want. Bible smile. Gospel..
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Okay, anyway, it is what it is. That's the level of discourse I expect from change dot org. Anyway, George Washington has rejected it outright. We have academic freedom for our professors, have a nice day. That was basically their message. I just wanted to share with you good news from the university. I'm sure that GW was his woke as all the others, but in this regard, because I am very happy to give credit. Another university story that has nothing to do with universities, but it emanates from a university. Jerusalem post, she the university is now obligated to host LGBTQ+ club on campus. So you see the university is an orthodox Jewish institution. And orthodox Judaism, traditional Judaism? Has always affirmed the male female ideal. It's part. It is baked in to the Torah and to Judaism. Why is it obligated to violate its religious principles? When religious principles are supposedly honored in our society. This is one of the most obvious and important lessons you can learn. Or realize about society, I will explain upon return. The Dennis prager show. So I'm reading fewer story which tells you everything you need to know. About the issue of government and the price people pay for taking money from the state. You see university is an orthodox Jewish institution in New York City. And they, the New York, the New York county Supreme Court ruled that it must grant recognition despite its Torah based its motto is Torah and science. His required to grant recognition to its LGBTQ+ club. The Hawaii university pride alliance. Judge Lynn cutler ruled on Tuesday that why you as a non religious organization is subject to the New York City human rights law. Directed it to immediately grant plaintiff why you pride alliance the full equal accommodations advantages facilities and privileges afforded to all other student groups at yeshiva university. In the decision the judge determined that yeshiva university is not a religious corporation and therefore can not ban a certain group because of its Jewish faith. Okay, so anyway, why you said. The court's ruling violates the religious liberty upon which this country was founded, the decision permits courts to interfere in the internal affairs of religious schools, hospitals, and other charitable organizations, any ruling that yeshiva is not religious is obviously wrong why you said in response to the ruling..
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Nature, but I spoke to about 200 high school kids two weeks ago. In a program that I had been speaking to for the better part of 20 years. And they basically loathed me. I said America was not racist. And other ideas like that, and they, they loathed me to the point where I was there was no applause when I left, even polite. I was removed 15 minutes before the end of the hour. That was allotted to me. And I don't take any of this personally. It doesn't bother me. For me, it bothers me for America. We are producing some very, very angry, unhappy, bitter. America hating kids. Freedom hating kids. Like at George Washington, a petition to call for clarence Thomas to be fired? One of the most brilliant legal minds of the last hundred years? Because they don't like his opinion. They signed a petition, I'd love to know how many I would well, let me see maybe I can't see him. Maybe petition has a URL connected, and here we go. Remove here it is from change dot org a fascist left wing organization. Remove clarence Thomas from teaching at George Washington. They really come out with it. Change dot org, that reminds me of a theological point I'd like to share with you because I think theologically. And my producer, who was here in Nashville, Tennessee with me, we have a huge program at daily wire tonight. Right? 3000 people expected. Anyway, you will like this, so in my commentary on the Bible on the first 5 books the Torah, the rational Bible. So two out of the 5 volumes are out. You can pre order deuteronomy. It's coming out. The third of my 5 volumes is coming out in October. And in exodus and deuteronomy are the ten commandments. And where it says do not have other gods, I have a listing of modern gods that people worship when they don't worship God. Everybody worships a God, everybody. There was no atheist. It may not be the God of the Bible, so it'll be a God with a small G and do you know what I did not list my dear producer? I did not list a definite God. And this reminds me of it. Change. Change is a God of modern man. People even say it. They believe in change. And those of us who are conservative, we are heretics, we don't believe they think and change. No, we believe in change when it is morally good. Change dot org is a left wing organization that believes in change for changes sake. For the sake of this is what change looks like. That's right. Remember that? Chained. That was his whole motto change. What was it hope and change? Was that his thing? And I remember saying, what is he talking about? Hope and change. What is he talking about? Change dot org. An organization dedicated to the eradication of freedom. But it doesn't say how many are assigned the petition. It just says it's on change dot org. Too bad. With the recent Supreme Court decision that a stripped the right of to bodily autonomy of people with wounds, people with wolves. You get that? I love it. The Jewish telegraphic agency said people who give birth in its commentary. This is how it is seeped into the culture. That men give birth. Virtually every Jewish organization has become woke. I say this is a Jew. I feel toward American Jewish organizations as a general rule there are exceptions, of course. As many traditional Catholics do to the Pope. And the bishops, as I have said, a number of occasions. I don't care what religion you remember of as long as you're ashamed of it. It's a bitter statement, but it's fun. Got a lot of truth to it. And, so we fight. I can handle bad news. People with wombs all that so awesome. And with his explicit intention to further strip the rights of queer people, and remove the ability for people to practice safe sex without fear of pregnancy, it is evident that the employment of clarence Thomas at George Washington University is completely unacceptable..
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"Steve in Chicago, hello. How are you doing, Dennis? Well, thank you. So my situation is I've been I was married. I got divorced about 9 years ago. I have two kids that are teenagers, and I've been with this woman for now 7 years. And she was married twice before. And on paper, everything's perfect. She's beautiful, same religion, same politics. But she drives me nuts and she is very, I guess my kids don't really mesh with her. And that's something that's how does she drive you? How does she drive you nuts? Well, I guess she's high strung oh, okay, fine. To our personalities, so a personality is difficult. So what does this have to do with the subject? Well what is the connection to the ultimatum issue? It's come to an ultimatum a couple times and she's actually we're still basically living together, but she now has her own house. And it's come to a head and I'm personally at a crossroads where I guess part of me doesn't know if I'm afraid to be on my own, I guess, but there's part of me that knows that feels like there's someone else out there that's better for me and I just don't know how to deal with it. Well, it sounds to me like there probably is. If she's driving you nuts. Let me put it to you this way. The problems that exist prior to marriage get worse. Not better. After merit. Good luck, my friend. Hello, my friend, I'm Dennis prager, great to be with you. And this is our number three of my three hour show. I remind you it's a three hour show. And if you don't get all three hours, it'll get to where you would like to have another hour to send to somebody or here again. Prager topia is the answer prager, topia as a utopia with a prager instead of a you. And you get to hear all the hours any time you want, send them to anybody you want, keep them do whatever you want. For $5 or $6 a month, it's really close to free. And it's very good. I try to say things that will touch your life every hour. In fact, I tried to every segment. I have a very strong moral view of my work. On radio. If you give me your time, I owe you something profound. That's how I look at it. I'm a big believer in obligation, in debt, in earning, and all these old fashioned terms that the only things that make a good society. I have a rare piece of good news about a university, most universities in this country are awful, really awful their destructive. And I don't know if George Washington in general is destructive George Washington University in Washington, D.C., but they did something good. From the college fix, George Washington University will not cancel Supreme Court Justice clarence Thomas. The university will neither terminate justice employment nor cancel his class in response to his legal opinions. George Washington University provost Christopher bracey and Georgetown law school dean Dana Bowen Matthew stated in an email to the campus community. They should not use the word community on college fix. It doesn't mean anything. It doesn't matter. It matters but it doesn't matter enough to continue. The announcement came in response to a student led petition calling for Thomas to be fired. How depressing that is. The brainwashed left wing young. Leaving all of these demonstrations and wow. I had a sense of it of what we were producing, I told you, this was it's very rare that stuff stays in my mind and I have very, very powerful shock absorbers. The gift from God or nature,.
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"It came out that way male female hour Dennis prager here every Wednesday the second hour of the show what do you think about giving your partner usually women giving a man an ultimatum they've been together? Let's just say four years. It's a pretty long period of time. Honey, we love each other and I want to get married and for reasons I don't fully understand you don't so I just have to say if we don't get married within a year, I'm just going to have to find a man who does want to get married and be a heartbreak for me. But she won't say this, but I think it's fair to say, I don't know, I still have not heard a response to the point if you love me and marry me. It's simple. I'd like to know what the response would be. What I want to know a rational response to that. All right, let's see here. Richard may not agree in Naples, Florida. Hi, Richard. Hello, Dennis. I would have to give an ultimatum back. Meaning, meaning, okay, so I've been with my girlfriend for three little over three years now. We got together after both of us have been married before. We've been actually married twice before, both of us. And she just got out of an ugly, was an ugly at that point ugly relationship where he stole a lot of money and she ended up or from her basically. It ran up her credit cards. So I would have to say one sure financially secure. And she has worked. I'm kind of helping with that. Then I would do that. But it's got to be where I've been in this situation in my first marriage where it put me in a bind after being married for a while and then getting divorced and I don't want to be financially unsecured. Again all right, so your situation is different. It's not you're just waiting for nothing to happen just time to pass. You're waiting for something to happen a very specific thing and then you say you'll marry her. Is that correct? Did I get you right? Correct. If that ultimatum came down, I mean, we've not really discussed getting married. We've always been both been married twice we're not running into it. Right, right. And obviously I'm not going to have more children. So, okay, so I don't have an issue with what with what you're saying. And she probably doesn't have an issue either. I would hope not. I would hope not. All right, fair enough. Thank you. Look, he's waiting for financial problems that she's in to ameliorate themselves. I mean, these could be serious problems, having to do with, with a divorce. We're not talking about marrying somebody who has some debts. Then and, of course, in such a case, even then, if they're enormous debts, that could be an issue. Okay, very good..
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"You. Okay, all right, I gotta take more calls. Life is fascinating. In LA, hello. Hi. How are you? Hi. Very well. I'm so passionate about this subject, you have no idea. First of all, I don't call it ultimatums ultimatums. What I call them is I call them killing somebody what you want and they can say what they want and if it's not on the same page and you move on. If you don't want what I want and I don't want to do it right so instead of ultimatum, the word is telling someone everybody what you want and moving on if they don't give it. It's a long word. Okay, I'm with you. Okay. The value of marriage worth living together is very huge because you can live together all your life and not be obligated. One day you say you don't feel like it anymore. No, I agree totally. Yes. Marriage is a commitment. Now, what comes out of the commitment is resistance and when you do things in spite of your resistance that's how you grow. Okay, I'm with you. I'm not now making the case for Meredith's the only reason I'm letting you go. We obviously agree. I'm making, I'm making the case for a woman and a man who love each other at a certain point her saying, I really do want to get married. And if you love me, you'll marry me. I don't know a single legitimate response to we've been together 5 years, we're not kids. And if you love me, you'll marry me. I don't know of a legitimate response. To that. That would deny that. Maybe there is, I can not, I literally can not think of one. All right, good girl. I know you are. Okay. All right, let's see. Michelle Lansing, Michigan, hello. Hello. Hi. Hi, thank you for taking my call. I had been with my boyfriend for several years. And I got to the point that I was starting to hound him about marriage and he was not up for it and finally it occurred to me. I was approaching 40. He was just past 40. Neither one of us had married. I didn't know if we would have children. And finally, I said, you know what? I think I'm happier as your girlfriend that I've ever been in the past. And so as long as we are on the same page and working toward marriage, I want to remain your girlfriend. And he proposed, and we are coming up on 8 years of marriage. And the lesson to be learned in your opinion is be flexible, be respectful of your partner's resistance. His answer was to me that all the girls he had dated had always been so pushy and putting themselves first. But he wanted to make sure that he was not going to commit to a relationship that he would have to eternally sacrifice. And when I gave the olive branch, it proved to him that I was the one. Well, it just shows that not all rules are universally applicable. How long were you together when you said that? That was about two years in, and we got married. Oh, two years, okay. All right. What would you have said, what would you have said if it was 5 years? Oh, I would have walked away. We were married. You got married. You weren't married. No, no, no. What if you were not married and it was 5 years into the relationship? Would you have given an ultimatum? I definitely would have, because I feel like okay. Well, you didn't. You said it's great being your girlfriend. Don't bother marrying me. I said, as long as we're working toward marriage because I want to be married, I want to be married in my life. I see. Oh, all right. So it was a middle road application. All right, thank you. All right, so it doesn't deny my rule, but it doesn't defer it. But she would not have let it go on for a long time..
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Well, in retrospect, you think you did the right thing? Yes, I did. I did. The funny thing was, after she moved out, she came back one day and to be honest, and she seduced me. She became the mother of my oldest child, unbeknownst to me, and I just met that child 5 years ago that child 29 years old. She got pregnant when she came back that one time and then she left my life and then for whatever reason, she never shared with me that the child was born. The child ultimately just contacted me 5 years ago and I'm now establishing a relationship with her and that child of course is now bringing me my second grandchild this week sometime. Wow what a story. Oh my God, what a story. Everybody lives a soap opera. I'll have some comments. In a moment. The American public is getting pinched right now, terrible leftist policies like shutting down the Keystone pipeline, have you paying way more than you should for gas, which also raises the cost of your grocery bills, hard to depend on government, but you can depend on pure talk. Because pure talk gives you four lines of talk text and data for just $64 a month, four lines. It's only $16 a line, believe it, pure talk saves the average family over $900 a year. I'm a customer, the 5G coverage, most reliable network in America, U.S. customer service, keeping jobs right here in America and the CEO is a U.S. veteran. Stop giving your money to Verizon AT&T and T mobile and supporting their causes switch to pure talk just our pound two 50 and say Dennis prager and get four lines for just $64 a month, and with pure talks no risk money back guarantee, you won't regret this. I'll pound two 5 zero and say Dennis prager. That the colleagues of your heart risk to show us true the doors acting on his part. You love your spirit tears caused him to remain for whenever two or more of you are gathered in his name and there is love. Hi everybody. Male female hour Dennis prager show every Wednesday second hour. I could probably talk to the guy who just called for a half hour. I have so many questions, but I want to take more calls. The subject is giving an ultimatum if you've been seeing somebody for many years and once they get married, yearly the female, and do ultimatums work in his case he says it didn't work. He was 27, they were right together 8 years. He really loved her. And she said, if we don't get married, then I'm leaving. And he decided not to get married to her. Because he said he wants to be a married man and a father and have a family, but only at least reaches 30. One of the questions I would ask him is, what the hell is magic about 30? You've been 8 years together at 27. She wants to get married, and you have this, well, I think completely irrational, commitment to the age of 30. What if it were 29? So I don't I didn't understand that. And I didn't understand how she seduced him, and that I do understand, but I don't understand how she seduced him, had a baby with him. And didn't tell him that she ever get married. Did her husband know that her baby was yours? Were conceived by you, not yours. I mean, anyway, life is life. All right, let's see here. Sean is still there. I'm very tempted. Well, I will. Just answer me why 30 was not an irrational belief of yours. Oh, it was completely irrational. I had to determine that after seeing my parents get divorced that I wouldn't be committing to marriage because I was not going to get divorced, right? It was completely irrational Venice. The best part. Are you acknowledging? Okay. I acknowledge it. I married when I was 30. That woman stayed with me 7 years. She gave me another daughter and then left me after 7 years. It served no purpose to wait till 30. And obviously, me waiting till 30 didn't help me out with selecting the right woman because she all right. Well, I am very happy that I kept you on, so you didn't call you didn't call to say don't give an ultimatum. You called to say I was given on and I should have listened to it. I'm better off without the woman that gave me the ultimatum. Her life as the observation I made. She was never going to be mother material. And I know her. And she's never slowed down. And she's not by the material. All right, so all right, so why would you have married her at 30 if you knew that? Well, apparently I wouldn't have married her at 30 because when I got the ultimatum in 27 and opened my eyes and I said, you know what? This isn't going to work. Oh, all right. In 30 was just an arbitrary number that I came up with. There's a young man in high school saying I was never getting married until I was 30. When I all right, I hear.
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Guy who says, and it's usually the guy. Not always. Oh, it's just a piece of paper. There's a very fine answer to its just the piece of paper. And the answer to it is, if it's just a piece of paper, why don't you sign it? He doesn't believe it's just a piece of paper. That's the point. It's a dishonest answer. If the person you love, meaning you the woman. Wants to get married, and it means a great deal to her. And you think it's just a piece of paper, then why wouldn't you do what to her is infinitely more meaningful than just a piece of paper? Maybe she wants a wedding. Maybe she wants a public celebration of her marital status. Maybe she wants to be a wife. So if it's just a piece of paper, I in general believe that's my general theory about marriage. In general, you do what is the one who thinks it's more important wants. Now, it could be abused, I'm not talking about throwing about a normal situation. He wants X, she wants Y, but she wants Y much more than he wants X do Y or he wants Y a lot more than she wants X do Y. I apply I have applied that to the sexual arena in marriage. But that's not the subject for today. If it means a great deal to one of you and it's no great price for the other, I don't know why the other wouldn't do it. Generally speaking. 8 7 7 two four three 777 6. All right, Sean in Greer South Carolina hello. And it's just 1991. I had been with a woman for 7 years. I was 27 years old. Loved her to death, had a great time with her. And after 7 years, she gave me an ultimatum. Now she knew that I didn't plan on marrying until I was 30, but she gave me that ultimatum. The day she gave it to me the following day, I had to go out a week out of town for work for two weeks. And I told her I think about it while she didn't like that response. And for two weeks, I thought about it, and after two weeks, I told her, I'm going to be a father. I'm going to be a family man. You know, when I get married when I'm 30, and I always envision you to be that person. But now that I thought about it, you're never going to slow down. You're going to keep doing what you do now. You're going to be ripping and running and you're never going to be the mother of my children. So I guess we should just end this. And tragically, we broke up and it wasn't pretty. It took her four months to actually convince herself to move out because there was no murder you broke up where you broke up. I'm sorry you're breaking up there. So it took her four months to move out and then I lost you. I took her four months to move out and it was just tragic. I really loved the woman, but by giving me an ultimatum, it made me think about it. You know what I mean? And I thought about it. I said, look, I know, I know I want to be a family, man. I want to have kids. And I didn't see her..
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Lot. Okay? From E wood in Atlanta. Listen to what E wood wrote. I attended an art exposition at the high school my kids attend. And I was struck by the number of girls in that department. It is overwhelmingly female. Who have adopted gender neutral pseudonyms, kids whose last names I recognize from their elementary school days, then there are the friends and acquaintances of my kids, all female who've adopted male names and pronouns, or who vacillate between he him and they them or he them. Something is going on with teenage girls. And it's not because so many of them were closeted transgender. Well, first of all, E wood, I don't know if it's a man or a woman, ewood is absolutely right. I can read to you something from the. Article itself. Where it speaks about how here this one line in this 11,000 word article. Listen to this most of the young people today who come to clinics for treatment are affluent and white. Live in progressive metropolitan areas and have health insurance. This is The New York Times. Buried in the middle of an 11 there are 22 pages in my word document. I put them into word, these articles, every article I read I do. Is that I can mark them up and keep them. It's on page 12 of a 22 page article. I've laughing by producers with me and I wonder if he caught it because he perused the piece. But I caught it. Most of the young people today who come to clinics for treatment. That is who claim that they are the other sex? Are affluent and white? And live in progressive, metropolitan areas and have health insurance..
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"Good. I wouldn't mind having Taylor silverman on the show. Let's reach out to her. Let's give her a voice. We want to promote the courageous. Again I ask you to ask a friend or relative in the sweetest way you can because they're very easily triggered people on the left. Just say I'm curious, do you think it's cheating? When a biological man who identifies as a woman, wins competitions against biological women. That's it. When a prager 7 7 6 I'm Dennis prager, the Dennis prager show. Rising interest rates stock volatility out of control inflation, people are concerned about what the future holds financially. This is Dennis prager for am fed coin and bullion. There's no better time than the present to move a portion of your IRA into precious metals, gold and silver IRAs are more popular than ever and dealers are advertising heavily for your business. You should know there's a right and a wrong way to set up your precious metals IRA, mistakes could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars in IRS fines. Man I completely trust owner of am fed coin and bullion has agreed to send you a concise report about how to set up your IRA and how to get the best bang for your buck. Nick and his team will be happy to help you set up your precious metals IRA or review your current account called am fed coin and bullion 802 two one 7 6 9 four for your free IRA report and all your precious metals needs. American federal dot com, that's American federal dot com..
"nashville" Discussed on Dennis Prager Podcasts
"So Nashville is truly on the map as they say, I've always loved Nashville, national changed my life. I don't know if I ever told this story. I was 21 years old and I had already begun lecturing because of my trip to the Soviet Union. And it worked with dissidents and Jews in the Soviet Union. Came back to the United States. It was at the Russian institute of Columbia University of places book me to speak about what it was like in the Soviet Union. For Jews in the Soviet Union and for anyone who wanted to leave and freedom anyway, my first, I'd grown up in New York City. Obviously I had been abroad, I studied that whole year in England. I went to North Africa for a few weeks during Christmas vacation as it was then called and should be called to this day. Went to the Soviet Union came back to the United States. When you grow up in New York, you have the belief that New York is the center of the world. That is that is, it's a given. It's not even necessary to say it's just like it's like a given. Sort of like, I guess, in Idaho, we produce potatoes. It's given people don't have to talk about it a lot. So my first lecture outside of the northeast. Outside of the New York City area was in Nashville, Tennessee. It was very excited to go. And I had a New Yorker's view of the south, maybe a lot of sweet people there, but they're not with it. They're not sophisticated, like us, New Yorkers, and et cetera, et cetera. I came to a city saw saw a beautiful city beautiful homes, beautiful people who were at least as sophisticated, in fact, in my opinion, more so than the most of the people I had known in New York. And then I realized I had been sort of bluffed my whole life. It's not the center of the world. It is the people there are not worldly New Yorkers thought of themselves as the worldly as people the most cosmopolitan people turns out that they were far more what's the word, what's the opposite of worldly? Insular, yes, insular perfect. That's right. Of course, not every New Yorker, but in general. And Nashville was when I realized, oh my God, I can have nice people, courteous people, and. Beautiful places to live. And I didn't have any money, just beautiful. Can't say that New York City is beautiful. And that's a Nashville did it. Awakened me, took a day. To the understanding that there are great places in this country, it isn't fly over country. It's terrific country..
"nashville" Discussed on What Bitcoin Did
"You can find out. More casa which k. e. y. s. dot c. essay. Okay onto the show today and we've got something a little bit different. While i was down in nashville a place of fallen completely in love with. I thought it would be a cool idea to get some bitcoins down to a bar record the live episode of the show with some of my friends. So i asked my buddy's preston pitcher mahdi come down. Hang out drink whiskey and talk bitcoin and you know what was very cool. The events down about hours super super call now with marty impressed and it was always going to be a banger. But i really enjoyed doing this in front of a live audience. It was a bit different to a normal episode. It was very interactive and we took a load of questions from the audience which is pretty cool now. The world is open backup. I am traveling again. And i'm thinking of doing a few more of these live events maybe once a quarter. Maybe even doing one in austin back here later in the month. I do want to say a massive thanks brandon and the team of bitcoin magazine helped us with the venues. While we were in nashville. Anyway hope hope you enjoy this one that you're gonna questions you know you can reach out to my email.
"nashville" Discussed on Spoon Mob
"Panics for all the bad things. I think at the end of the day. I think we're going to look back on this. Maybe the biggest catalyst in our lifetimes for entrepreneurship. And i'm no different. I i see some some things that i feel like won't be long term and our industry. I feel like reshape the industry. Yeah my wife. And i want to create a model. That is maybe less. Reliant upon labor maybe a little more to go format into it like our individual like position like we're kind of south nashville suburbia bit and know when we go out the it out here. It's like what you want pizza burgers like a chain restaurant. There's no like Gene wobbles and granola anything. We just want real sustenance. You know maybe a piece chicken..
"nashville" Discussed on Build A Big Podcast - The Marketing Podcast For Podcasters
"This is big podcast. Podcast the marking podcast for podcasters. I'm david hooper and with me. Another david command legend. Dave jackson both of us were in nashville last week because national had a big week with three events for podcasters dave jackson you were at two of the three. I was at two of the three..
"nashville" Discussed on Truth and Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast
"I would probably need to give another go to. I'm i definitely can appreciate it as a whack of all kind of as a a key tax for oltman and it definitely did make me wanna watch more of his films. I think there's a director. He has such kind of incredible range. She knew he never like limited himself to one kind of genre or one a group of actors. He was very good at kind of During his thing and challenging himself. And yeah i Look forward to discovering more. Someone at the beginning of that altman journey nashville definitely has a kind of best of vibe. It's got all the things about open in there in one film. So i don't necessarily think i think the even if you didn't dig it so much i think there are. There are probably other films that you probably would dig. Dotes of press on the kind of this of good. That goes off so full. Many like like like california split. I think he's a really like it's one of his most of low slung. Super fun game is like a gambling movie. And it's just it's just it's just most outwardly. Fun movie so yeah. I mean he has tons tons of great movies. I think it's interesting to have national position does the route and it was one of his biggest successes at the box office but it is quite uncompromising to view it from a twenty first century. I because also we wouldn't necessarily know many of these actors. We don't have the similar relationship with country music which was having a bit of a popula- moments at the time. Maybe we don't have the same frame of reference for nastro. But as you say lot in that i always find it really funny with some of his films like this. The old Tit bit about how. The only person that made any money off mash despite it being a big success was rubber son who co wrote the theme and then that was basically his paycheck. For life and with nashville. His decision was not bringing old hands from nashville in the country. Circuits right the songs but actually had many his stars right the songs. So keith. carradine. I think i two hits the back of this. I'm easing. don't bother me. So i guess there's actors liked working with because i get to stretch the muscles a little bit but i mean david it's May maybe as as a routine some of his films from earlier in the decade so california split came directly before nashville and then longer by as well They still have that. Same ambition into sense of V they're allowed to end on an ambivalent notes. This is what national does is. Well that doesn't get you. Don't get a simple sewn-up points of the story at the end which is what seems so crazy and experimental most A twenty-first-century film films on this scale can combat full you and leave you with some quite troubling questions. Well i would say that for me. Nashville has one of the great endings. Like the kind of final twenty minutes. is just kind of head spinning and and it's kind of like constantly on my mind is one of those those endings. I'm not even sure. Why thinking about it but i think that is part of its power ready because it's so kind of in this moral grades in really about it saying what it's doing just one last little thing about the about the season. Is that one one late. Era oltman gem. The i would definitely recommend is a film called the company I think it's still yet play at the beer fi- it's on dvd. I think i'm sure to find it somewhere. But it's like a kind of film that he made quite low key. Certain senate dance company With neve campbell. And it's it's incredible film One of his kind of late bangers. So that's that would be my kind of if you if you wanted to try something a bit off the beaten track absolutely and then well fed the track. I was very very very far. He made so many films. It's quite always impossible to see all of them really but Thank you to the beer. Five putting together this season so comprehensive films and putting out nashville in cinemas up and down the country so listeners. see lots fast and furious. Supernova and nashville. Thank you for listening and let us know what you make. If any of those films are anything we've been talking about on the show these channels truth and movies at c. c. o. London dot com or tweet us at l w lies david. Hannah thank you for joining me this week next week. We're talking about another round. French exits and because another round is busy. We're going to be talking about leaving las vegas than it cage. Oscar smash from the nineties. Subscribe wherever you poets and if your podcast play have choice need reviews with love if you left one. I thank you for listening and we'll see you next.
"nashville" Discussed on NASCAR America
"The stairs here. I kind of walked away from. Yeah yeah so. Sorry about that got. I got three year old and a ten month old. I'm used to this. So i'm going. Here's here's question. Are you disappointed. That a sponsor hat and stepped up and said. Let's continue this. Let's let's let's make something happen. Well not you know. I think going into this year. I felt like it was pretty set in stone. What i was going to be doing The for the second half of the season you know with the situation sam. We had twelve twelve week window to accomplish what we wanna do what we wanted to do. And you know so. I guess i'm not really that surprised you know. We're working hard to try to put together a program for me next year And we've got interest in that. I think that it's something that's definitely not possible. We're just we're just trying to work on that if figured out this listen. Don't worry about answering any more questions coping with your family. Just go go go man. Good luck and i'll feel man the nashville folk silent about the racist weekend. Yeah definitely Definitely they're definitely exciting. It's really cool. Like we got to spend some extra time with him. I haven't been able to make it up your whole lot in my interview. Got busted up a little bit and try to sneak away and do that but Yeah i'm really excited. Uh the truck race that's gonna be really fun to with the iraqi war deal directly roofing spots around the race friday night so right off. Tv as well let us way gme le- let us wave family. Yeah i think my my grandparents worked up here to get my little girl. Back now sears. She okay all right. We'll get south. We'll have a good luck joining us. His hiding spot was found by the you know about the. You're watching this weekend. Dj nashville who's going to be in the cup race. Oh gosh yeah yeah. I just want to say what kyle larson is going to bring us to know. He's the top but but when somebody gets this hot you just want to see what they have in store for the next one especially at a racetrack that they haven't been kp. Listen i'm gonna see if one of his teammates can beat him. I'll go with the added three answering step up. Real quick preview saturday's show the operating in seeing how many songs you gotta make something up between. I said some other guys sawyer. Brown josh turner. I don't know you and me and this is due on the door taking out right place. Bigger wait wait to get the national this week and we'll be back here on motormouth on monday. We'll break down everything for nashville and preview to pocono races. Next weekend's he then..