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America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
Chris Buskirk on the Importance of Local Politics in America
"The left learned so well since tip O'Neill and the everything is local, politics is all local, is that the local community is where America is at. I think it sounds to me like you're talking about that as well. That kind of tocqueville. Yeah, no, a 100%. I mean, I do think I do think to the extent we're able to empower people, whether it be individual people, small groups of people, sometimes they're called intentional communities and there's a sort of whole literature based around that. It could be religious communities. It could just be communities based on interest, geography, political sort of political outlook. All of these sorts of all of these sorts of human groupings, I think, should be given more power than they are presently. Given this is actually there's actually a section on this. I mean, one of the things that I think would be would be tremendously beneficial to the country and to the people involved in these projects is that if we carved out a system, in which people could build new cities in this country, like actual de novo cities where they had a unique shall we say the legal mandate and it would allow them to experiment with different types of political arrangements within the context of their city. People have thought about this a lot. There's a group called or there's a group called the charter cities institute that has worked on things called charter cities. There's another group called praxis, which is working on something similar. But basically the idea is that if people are able to meaning legally able to do something different and experiment within the context of American constitutionalism, that benefits some foreseeable and some unforeseen, I think will accrue to that.
ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes
Caller: What Does a House Speaker Do?
"Taking my call. I'm hanging around here with a bunch of friends of mine. We work together every day. And I love America and I love American people and I think we're very smart, but I'm going to tell you the truth. I'm not sure. That everybody knows what a speaker's job is and why this is so important. And I wondered if you could take a couple of moments to explain just what a speaker does while all this hoopla. Happy to do it, John, and here's the and here's the challenge with answering your question. It has changed over the years. And it will change again depending on who the next Speaker of the House is. But it really was not meant to be an overtly are you there? Are you there, John? All right, let's put John. Yeah, let's put you on hold for a second. I'll answer his question. So back back when the speakership was first created, it was not meant to be a partisan position. But over the years, it became partisan, whoever had the most members in Congress, they're the ones that elected a member of their party to represent them as Speaker of the House. So let's just for the sake of argument, let's say McCarthy is your speaker. He's not just the speaker for the Republicans. He's the speaker. He's the Speaker of the House. That's everybody. Everybody. But it really wasn't until Newt Gingrich. Well, let me back up here. It was really tip O'Neill who turned it into a more partisan role at that time in Congress and tip O'Neill and Ronald Reagan had these fierce battles back and forth, tip O'Neill, the Democrat from Massachusetts. The subcommittees actually wielded more power than the Speaker of the House did, and it created a lot of problems, so there was a lot of debate. There was a lot of reform that went underway in the House of Representatives back in the 70s and 80s. And as a result, the speaker became a very powerful individual. Newt
The Eric Metaxas Show
Is Pastor Tim Keller an Outspoken Democrat?
"Air absolutely love your radio, show I listen every evening when I get home from work on a.m. 1270, the shepherd in Orlando. I appreciate your style, the quirky at times, but heart of God seriousness at other times, more slide whistle, please, Eric. Could you help me figure something out though? I recently read that pastor Tim Keller is an outspoken Democrat. I just can't wrap my head around this. Did I fall prey to false new fake news? Thank you for all the many wonderful things you do to serve the body of Christ and honor our lord from James. We have to be careful what we read and I've noticed on social media. People are very sloppy. And people say things that are either not true or half true. I know they say them about me and I read them, Tim Keller is not just a good man. He's a wonderful man. I loved him Keller. He wrote the forward to my bahnhof for book. I'm guessing that he is to the left of me politically as are most people in this day and age. But to say that he's an outspoken Democrat, I mean, he goes out of his way to not be political. Now I take issue with him on that to some extent because I think that things have gotten so crazy in America. I write about this in my book letter to the American church. If you want to know exactly what I think of this issue and if Tim Keller's response, politically, I write about it in letter to the American church, but to sum it up, I think he is, he has always assiduously taken a view that's apolitical and I argue that you really can't do that because the Democratic Party of today is not the party of tip O'Neill or even a Bill Clinton, but it's a party that's been captured by the Marxist left. And we have to deal with that reality of their really being openly at war with not just conservative values and American values, but with biblical values.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Strategist Kevin Walling on Building Relationships in Washington
"This, better than anyone, Doug, when you first got elected, what do you have to do the next week, start calling people for money? Start, you know, going to the incentive structure is such that you have to raise hundreds of thousands of dollars every other month or something like that. And you got to give it back to the party on the Republican side, the Republican committees, the democratic committees on my side. And you don't get into the weeds of actually governing. And building relationships. And I credit you for actually building not just relationships within the Republican caucus, but folks like cinema, and you do have relationships with a lot of folks go to Washington. They don't build relationships at all. They're not even with their neighbors in the canon, you know, Russell or whatever building you're in. And, you know, I was a big believer. I love folks like tip O'Neill on my side and stuff like that. Really relationship folks. And I think when the House and Senate calendar changed in the 90s where everybody, you know, the incentive structure was to get home as quickly as possible vote and get home. So you could go to your in person events and stuff like that. And that's important that relationship. But when all the kids of members of Congress left, the D.C. schools, Maryland schools, Virginia schools, and that they went home back to their home districts. You weren't seeing each other on the weekends. You weren't traveling together. I'm a huge proponent and believer in code L's, right? Bipartisan code deals across the world, right? Where we're united front where the water ends. And you can build those relationships. And some of it's perfunctory, but some of it is, you know, I think Hillary Clinton and John McCain actually developed a semblance of a relationship on a lot of those codes because they were both focused on the armed services committee on the Senate side.
AP News Radio
DeGrom fans 13 over 5 innings, Mets sweep Pirates
"The Met scored four runs in the bottom of the 8th inning to beat the pirate 7 to three to sweep the four game series and remain in first place in the national league east one game up on the braves Met pitches had 20 strikeouts which tied a major league record and impressed met skipper buck showalter I think the thing I was most proud of the fact we didn't walk anybody No it's Alps for Alps but when you think how hard how hard it is to do and how infrequent has been it gets your attention Jacob de Grom had 13 strikeouts but left in the 6th after surrendering a three run Homer to O'Neill Cruz Mike mancuso New York
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Odorizzi Ks 7, Harris homers; Braves top Pirates 2-1
"Michael Harris the second's two run home run in the 5th proved to be enough as the braves beat the pirates two to one Harris opposite field shot was his 13th long ball of the season Two three years in the minors I don't think I had ten added up so I have 13 now I'm really surprised I'm just trying to go out there and make hard contact J go to rezi toss 6 innings of one run ball striking out 7 as the braves won for a 12th time in 14 games O'Neill Cruz hit his tenth home run for the pirates ronzi Contreras allowed just the two runs over 7 innings but took the loss Josh Valtteri Pittsburgh
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Orioles run winning streak to 5 with 6-3 win over Pirates
"The Orioles picked up their 5th straight win by doubling up the pirates 6 to three Pinch hitter Ryan McKenna provided a two run double that put the birds ahead 5 two in the 5th inning Brett Phillips hit an RBI double that made it three zero but the bucks pulled within a run on a two run Homer by O'Neill Cruz Baltimore won for the 21st time in 28 games after entering the day one and a half games out of the final wild card birth Winning pitcher Austin both allowed three runs before the O's bullpen tossed four innings of shutout ball JT brubaker fell to two and ten reached for three runs and 8 hits in four innings I'm Dave ferry
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Reynolds' leadoff HR in 9th powers Pirates past Brewers 8-7
"Brian Reynolds launched his solo Homer 425 feet in the 9th inning as the pirates walked off the brewers 8 7 Reynolds had three hits including the long ball keeping Derek Shelton's team away from extra innings in a bullpen game Off the crack of the bat it was like we're gonna play in about 12 hours and we just we just saved a bullpen arm because we went through our entire bullpen today so that was my first thought O'Neill Cruz hit his 8th Homer of the year for the pirates Willie Adams drove in four runs for Milwaukee which leads the NL central by a game and a half Josh rowntree Pittsburgh
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Phillies extend win streak to 4 with 2-1 win over Pirates
"A fielding gamble allowed the Phillies to beat the pirates in ten innings two to one Rhys Hoskins led off the tenth with a sharp grounder to Michael chavis at first base rather than step on the bag javis tried to cut down ghost runner DD Gregorius as he ran from second to third the throw handcuffed third baseman could Brian Hayes and rolled away into foul territory allowing Gregorius to scamper home JT real Muto had two of Philadelphia's 6 hits including his tenth Homer of the season leading off the 6th Corey Ken Abel worked two scoreless settings to get the win picking off O'Neill Cruz at second base to start the tenth I'm Dave ferry
AP News Radio
Goldschmidt's 3 RBIs reaches 1,002, Cards beat Reds 6-3
"The cardinal 6th victory in 9 games is a 6 three decision over the reds Paul Goldschmidt drove in three runs to go over 1000 career RBIs Goldschmidt and Tyler O'Neill hit consecutive home runs in the fourth inning O'Neill's two run blast broke a two two tie and Goldschmidt followed with his 22nd Homer of the year Nolan Arenado collected three hits including two of the red bird 6 doubles Steven Matz picked up the wind but left in the 6th inning with a strained left knee I felt really good This is you know so it's so frustrating right now is that that's probably the best I thought all the year Mike minor dropped his 5th straight decision and fell to one in 7 I'm Dave
All Politics Is Local
"You know I have a theory that remember how tip O'Neill used to say all politics is local I think this year more than ever politics has become more local than ever before All right now I used to think the tip O'Neill this whole thing all politics is local It was really just his way of saying you got to take as much money and pork from federal government coffers and bring it back to your district and hand it out And that's how people are going to keep collecting it right But it isn't that What all politics is local It is true that all politics is local What it means is that if you're running for office you better talk about what people care about What people care about in their hearts in their souls Other than when Ronald Reagan was running for president in the 80s people cared about fighting communism They cared about the economy They cared about inflation They cared about the big government regulation These are all very big ideas but he was able to communicate in such a way that it mattered personally to each and every voter They felt like Ronald Reagan was making those big issues Personal issues There's an art to that There's an Arctic communicating ideas to make sure that everybody is on board with something So that's a great way to make a major macro issue like national security and defeating the Soviet Union making it a personal issue about your personal freedom is about your personal safety about your family's safety and security Get it you see But this year this year all politics is local is so so hyper localized And I'm wondering if this is happening wherever you are Wherever you are in this great country as you're focusing on these midterm elections
AP News Radio
Pirates hit 4 homers to beat Brewers 8-6, win series
"The pirates homeward four times and taking the rubber match of their three game series with the brewers 8 6 Rookie O'Neill Cruz hit a tie breaking Homer in the 6th inning and Daniel vogelbach added a three run blast in the 9th to make it 8 four Michael chavis and Kei Brian Hayes also went deep for the bucks with chavis tying it in the 6th Andrew mccutcheon belted a two run Homer in the night for the brewers whose lead in the NL central is now two and a half games over the Cardinals Louis Syria has had two RBIs from Milwaukee I'm Dave
AP News Radio
Gamel HR highlights Pirates' 4-3 comeback win over Brewers
"The pirates put together a four run 7th to pull out a four three win over the brewers Brandon Woodruff was leading three zero and working on a one hitter until Pittsburgh broke through Former brewer Ben gamble capped the rally with a two run Homer two batters after O'Neill Cruz sliced an RBI double that chased woodroof Milwaukee had a chance to tie it in the 7th but will he Adams was thrown out at the plate trying to score on a bouncer to first The outcome keeps the NL central leading brew crew three and a half games ahead of the Cardinals I'm Dave
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
The Criminalization of Policy Differences With Paul Kengor
"Paul, as somebody born here, did you ever expect to see a political adversary of an administration who hasn't killed anybody, is not a drug lord, be handcuffed at Reagan airport and put in leg irons to be physically transported by the federal agents to hinckley's cell in the bowels of the FBI. Did you did you think that was ever possible? Yeah, it's really shocking, isn't it? And Hank Lee sell right about the time that hinckley has been released recently released. It was unconditional release. Here we are 41 years after he shot Ronald Reagan. And what bothers me too is, in fact, taking this back to, well, again, the Reagan years, it was with the Iran contra hearings, trying to think who used this term at the time. It might have been Ed meese, who talked about the criminalization of policy differences. Yes. And this is something that the liberals have been doing. And in fact, here, it grows city college just this past week. We had one of our fellows in the institute for faith and freedom, Jay cost. And I know you've read Jake costs, he writes for RealClearPolitics, Washington examiner, national review. He's an expert on James Madison. And he was talking about Madison and the art of compromise. And how politics people make fun of politics being all about compromise, but really that's kind of a virtue of politics in a democracy is that you do have compromise. So parties learn how to compromise and their differences. In fact, Ronald Reagan in 1981, August 13th, 1981, got his enormous federal income tax passed with tip O'Neill and the Democrats overwhelmingly controlling the House of Representatives. The Washington Post called it the most remarkable example of bipartisan cooperation in politics in generations.
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Molina homers, Edman drives in three as Cards beat Giants
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Waino, O'Neill lift Cards over Pirates in Pujols' return
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Cardinals win 17th straight, clinch 2nd NL wild card spot
"The cardinals now the poor sixty two to win their seventeenth consecutive game and secure the National League second wild card spot Adam Wainwright approved his record to seventeen and seven after giving up two runs over six innings we're very focused right now and we're having fun exciting and we're still wearing my Champaign Sir having I'm freezing and I love every part of this week we got some games to win you know we we we planned on four more these Dylan Carlson Jose rundown and all that are not only solo home runs for the cars are not drives in a pair what Tyler o'neill in weight right at RBIs the Redbirds will meet the NL west division second place team in the wild card game on October sixth Mike Reeves St Louis
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Cardinals set team record with 15th straight win, beat Cubs
"The cardinals picked up their fifteenth consecutive win is Harrison bait or Tyler o'neill and Paul the young homered in an eight five win over the cubs in Chicago the young sac fly broke a four four tie in the seventh catcher Yadier Molina and center fielder bait or were part of a pair of run down to the game a double play preserving the Redbirds one run lead in the eighth it was the fourth double play of the afternoon for the cards who have homered eleven times in the first three games of the series St Louis topped the previous club record to fourteen wins set in July nineteen thirty five on the ferry
"neill" Discussed on KOMO
"Bill O Neill is at the editor's desk here. Some of the stories we are following a crisis over raising the federal debt ceiling is looming, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told reporters. Raising the debt limit has traditionally been a bipartisan action and warned that a failure to do so could jeopardize the nation's credit rating. However, some Republicans are threatening to oppose a hike in the debt ceiling without Spending cuts or in person oral arguments returning of the Supreme Court, the court announced that all order all arguments on October November December will be held in the courtroom. However, only certain individuals, including the justices, and lawyers involved in the cases will be allowed inside. In just days, America will mark the 20th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Many of us will somberly reflect on a day that changed our country forever. A New Washington Post ABC News Paul shows that More and more of us believe those events changed the nation in a negative way. The posts polling director Scott Clement, spoke with GMOs Tom Butler when it comes to 9 11. The polling 10 years ago, painted, uh, significantly different picture than this one. Apparently, that's right. We asked people if you think the events of September 11th changed the country in a lasting way. And what's been consistent is that more than eight in 10 Americans have said Yes. The way that it's changed has shifted over time, though 10 years ago mentioned Americans are basically split, 39% said. It changed the country for the better 42% for the worse in our poll conducted in the last couple weeks. 46%. They have changed for the worst 33% for the better. That positive figure has declined six points in the last decade and all the way down from 55% in 2000 and two Roughly a year after the attacks. Is there a way to know whether the recent withdrawal from Afghanistan had an impact on these numbers? Well, we don't have a real direct measure. But there are there are clear signs for one. Republicans are more likely to say that the country that withdrawal from Afghanistan has made the country less safe, and we also see Republicans Being more likely to say that the country is less safe than before 9 11, So I think the reasons on this are a bit more complex than that, particularly because it's liberals who are some of the most likely to say the country has changed for the worst since 9 11, then I reflect some greater concerns about surveillance as well as the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. With regard to the pandemic. We have a new measurement of another generation changing event there. The Covid 19 pandemic a look at the polling numbers for that. What seems to be driving the negative feelings we're seeing there, right? So in that number of very similar 82% Predict that the pandemic will change the country in a lasting way. These on that are quite negative. 50% say. They think it will be for the worst 21% for the better. And the views are really flipped on that liberals are more concerned about for more negative about 9 11 impact. It's conservatives and Republicans who are more likely to say the pandemic will change the country. For the worst. We dug a little deeper into the data. We found that Um, it's it's people those negative concerns about the pandemic or concentrated among people who are unvaccinated, as well as people who opposed mass requirements and vaccine requirements, suggesting that Debates over that those issues in the last year have have impacted how people see the future. Very interesting. Scott as always, we appreciate you and all the great polling work that you and the Washington Post do that is polling director Scott Clement. You can read more online Washington post dot com That's Cuomo's Tom Butler. The Biden administration expressing concern after the Taliban announced members of its new caretaker government. Maybe season is delicate. Terra has more from the Foreign desk, a State Department spokesperson telling ABC News. The U. S is concerned by the affiliations and track records of some of the individuals named by the Taliban to its new caretaker government, and that the administration has taken note that the list is exclusively Taliban members. Close associates and no women, the spokesperson reiterated. The US quote will judge the Taliban by its actions, not words. We have made clear our expectation that the Afghan people deserve an inclusive government and quote in ASDA Liquid Terra ABC News.
"neill" Discussed on KOMO
"Are so crowded at peace held Southwest in Vancouver, Washington, Hospital spokesperson says they've set up a big tent outside the building been incredibly busy. For the last month. We've been seeing a steady surge. If the patient surge continues to grow, as we expected, we might have to expand this space. Even more were so full that we can't accept other patients that need care. And it's really alarming to think about if something did happen that are. I see you wouldn't be able to accept anyone else because we are so full of Covid. Kristen is a nurse just down the freeway at Oregon Health and Science University. I'm actually coming in for overtime today because they're really short staffed, so I'm actually just come. I just came in and I'm just picking up an extra couple hours to help the team out a lot of overtime in the medical issue. We've been all covid all the time for the past couple of weeks. It's taking a toll both physically and mentally. So As a colleague named Emily. I had to call over to the pediatric I C u one day and asked for a Beanie baby to give to a 12 year old while I turned off the support, and her dad died like I don't want to do that. What can you say? I know the depth of grief that I would feel if I couldn't be with my loved one as they died. So I take the responsibility very seriously, too. Love That person is if they were my own family member, um and provide them with a death. It's a dignified and honorable as much as possible in an I C U That is sterile and cold and unforgiving. I think it's you know, it's been a struggle to show up every day. But we've been here and You know, my team has been here and I'm really I love being a nurse like I love being a nurse. But this has been really hard. And I'm really proud that I've continued to show up. They wanted you to hear what they're going through. And they beg you to consider the vaccine if you haven't already and that people could see what a day In our life looks like and you know, I think it would be a way to wake up Call Brian Calvert. Common use common news time 7 40 from the beacon plumbing sports desks all over down. In Texas, The Astros beat the Mariners 11 to 2. The Yankees and Red Sox did their part to try to help the Mariners moved closer to a wild card spot. It was Bill O Neill has that The struggling Yankees were shut out by the Blue Jays eight to nothing to raise, defeated the Red Sox in Boston in 10 Innings 11 to 10. The Chiefs remain without all pro safety Tyrone Matthew after his positive test for Covid 19 as the two time defending NFC champions begin preparing for their season opener against Cleveland. Matthew was vaccinated, so that means he has yet to return to negative test taken 24 hours apart for Argentine soccer players being investigated by Brazil Federal police for allegedly providing false information upon arrival to South Pollo for World Cup qualifying match. The qualifier was interrupted and for seven minutes when agents of Brazil's health agency insisted they should take four England based players to the airport for breaching coronavirus protocols and a German modern pentathlon coach who struck a horse at the Olympics has been ordered to undergo training on animal welfare before she can work again at major competitions. TV footage showed Kim Risner leaning over a fence to strike the horse, which refused to jump fences in the show jumping around We checked sports attended 40 past the hour. I'm below Neil Co Mo News. Hey, Jen, we need to sell our home. Do you know what Great agent I do? We just sold with the local Redfin agent. It was awesome. And we paid a 1% listing fee because we.
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"neill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"I don't know who's go see this movie. Whatever be right dark in you know. And then i had to do. I did both the girls too. I did patricia. And i did Sarah so it was like then. I had to figure out lipstick. So i was gonna add that to the reds because the reds i couldn't get a read that was deep enough. It wasn't the right color of deep red in on. I wasn't gonna use a purple up six hundred avid little black to my really good reds in that really kind of gave him just that extra little for some reason it helped read like dark red as opposed to you know it really do or black or whatever so that it didn't look film. The warri looked like a regular like a beautiful regular person. And then i notice to. It didn't age them at all like they didn't older. There's there's kidnapping and their foundations. Were all very pale as well. A ha ha. They were pretty pale anyway. So right right right right. Right is my god isn't patricia are catches Incredible they were both fantastic. I had already done a movie with patricia anyway. I did stigmata with her. Right meet her. Make the did her. But i did oliver specialists stuff. So wow well out the oscar. Obviously and. i really wonder former windsor that we didn't even have anything like you said. Well we're not gonna win. So i'm not gonna i'm not gonna spend tons of money getting addresses chip this seafood. A looked okay. We were looking good. But and i didn't write anything by one point. I leaned over to rick. And i said hey rick if we win you're going to have to talk 'cause i didn't ride into anything i mean. I sent out to go goes. Yeah and i said well you talk is you're the only one that's good enough dovan pulling shit wreck talked so my spoke. What when i thought frankenstein was gonna win that year. Yeah yeah yeah. I mean why are you always up against like a full on monster. Like that's not fair. Well because back then. Most of the films that were winning the oscars were all special effects type makeup. They weren't period films. We haven't sort of the the the whole group of oscar. People hadn't sort of evolved that far yet into hockey about because as soon as we started including hairdressers. That's where we could. That's when we really started talking about period films because the period films are really hairdresser. Heavy because victorian fixture is not going to have a makeup in a. But it's certainly going to have a lot of hair for hunger games. That was of course so much hair did not be included in pirates as well Wow that's really interesting. I can't believe it was ever not a thing. Well we leave. It include a hairdresser if the hair was really really sure chal. This is where it was called the makeup and hair award You know if if there was here involved it was really fabulous. We would always include the hairdresser like we did on beetlejuice. Did on your hands. But and you know. And ed wood but eventually the actual the name of the award guy. Ange makeup artists and hairstyles. Wow that's really interesting. You got your oscar for ed wood and but that was after mrs doubtfire as is not timber and obviously but my god that might my dad really wanted to know about mrs doubtfire said dad. We're only talking about. Tim burton but he just wanted to say did you have fun. He just wanted to ask did you..
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"neill" Discussed on Look Behind The Look
"Oh no they were gloves he just put him on. Okay okay okay. Now i think well maybe not wardrobe but we have a person that's all they did was work on the hands because you know they will constantly breaking because they are mechanical united and they were used so we i think he probably had about two or three pairs. Andy andy sean. Felt was There from stan winston studio and that's all he did was where have hands do the hand. The hand wrangler zarandya thing. Andy the handyman well. Ed wood obviously. My husband was telling you earlier is like one of our all time babes around here and did he tell you there was a feature at after. I guess it was so excited about this. It was the the last thing and it must have been. It was rick talking about the prosthetics and then how he said. I'll show it to you. I'll send it to you somehow. Make a file okay. Cool he was talking about how you every day did bela lugosi makeup and how challenging it was that it was all black and white and i wondered if if you wanted to speak on that a little bit and the process of that. That was an interesting job because at the time. I don't think anybody had done a black and white film a really long time so there was nobody i could talk to. Oh on Rick did the initial tests makeup on martin and it was so beautiful but it was in color and it was very subtle so you re hinojosa simon black and white. He looked very healthy and very good. So oh of course. When i went to the makeup on him. I had to like intensify a lot of things because we had to see the variation you know the depths and the makeup and everything so i took him in and we were doing a test with them in timpson novi he. He looks to healthy. Said you gotta really dark up. His is a lot more. Make him really. Look ill sickly and i said okay so i took him back in the trailer and i was darkening up his eyes and rick walked in. He goes goddamn at me. He said i knew the minute i gave you that. Make you were gonna put black circles around is is. I started laughing. I said no no. I'm not black circles. i'm tim just said he looks to healthy. And martin cozy timpson. I looked too healthy. We're just darkening is little bit on my god. you're like i know black circles from beetlejuice. We the scene that they showed in the feature at was you that tim was like tim was saying he's going to be right next to you. And it was to martin when he was wrangling. Hit when he was wrestling with the octopus right. So you said she's going to be right there and you also had to do. I'm the wrestler as well. Was it tour tour and you were doing him and so did you. And and you have to do johnny. So we're judges johnny. Did you have eight hands. Did i mean how did you. Your days must have been in and it seems so simple. It really does. The effortless quality of ed wood required so much effort because every edward scissorhands. It looks like effort. You know what i mean. It's like hard too hard to do that..
The Fantasmagorium Show
"neill" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park. Laura dern as dr elliott sadler Sam neill alan grant and jeff. Goldblum is ian malcolm It was previously reported that the iconic trio would join Would join franchise stars. Chris pratt and bryce dallas howard in the third installment of call intra varos Run of the films While understanding well under. But i'm sorry undeniably tra- varas baby. The footage kicked off with an unseen. Home movie real starring. The world's the world's the world's creator and original. I'm sorry. I thought you said creature creator and original director steven spielberg. He is talent. I'm thinking to myself. Why is steven nobrega creature now. Technically the grainy clip should spielberg In safari gear on the set of the nineteen ninety-three film Explaining a film prop to a child actor. The problem of course was the cane. Used by a richard attenborough topped with a globe of amber housing a petrified mosquito inside and the cain was the first building block in engineering dinosaurs for the fictional park. That's cool so they said that was cool. They showed that kind of grainy. Home movie footage for that At an inner will interwoven with behind the scenes and a trailer. I think or or what they would probably not trailer behind the scenes
The Fantasmagorium Show
"neill" Discussed on The Fantasmagorium Show
"I don't wanna go that far. Because i know someone in chad is going to be like your idiot but like i was going to compare them to roger cormon but blunt minutes actually makes good movies. No roger corman made bad movies but you know working. He made a particular type of movie. Exactly those were the ones that you turned out but bloom houses. It's more about a cost effective. However you feel about the movies it is a money making venture in the same m night like yeah absolutely Yeah no i. I i is. Maybe that bloom house may be the master at that. i don't know of anybody else And and you know if my knowledge is has holes. Please correct me in the in the comments but i do think that they might be the master at taking a very low budget. Five six ten million dollars and turn it into you. Know ninety million hundred million seventy million. Whatever what have you i. Don't know of any other filmmaking Filmmakers or production house that this actually doing that or has done it as well dude. I know you've been doing shows all day. But can i talk about the state of cinema currently sure all right. So member went horror movies. Were really bad in the eighties and you went and saw them because they were punk rock but everybody like all. The biggest movies were comedy. Sure you'd have some tent poles but most of the music you remember from the eighties. The comedies romance. Ya romance things. Oh yeah there are action and comedy and whatnot. But those movies nowadays have become bland because of the nature of filmmaking. How they wanna message how they wanna market and what is going to appeal to the widest audience. The only place that you know shit is gonna get real is a horror movie nowadays bryant like sometimes when you see a horror movie and it is tamed or declawed. You're like now. This is not a horror movie. I want to see like whatever your horror movie. Kink may be right. But i think the the reason that horror movies and blunt houses sort of tapping into a cultural phenomenon. Is that these. These are the popular comedies. That the that were of the eighties kind of thing. If you want to see something edgy and dark. Got or even edgy and entertaining the you can find yourself chuckling at because it's terrible in the eyes of others. The only way that you can do that. Is it a horror movie. Yeah rance over awesome. It was good good one all right well. Jurassic world dominion reunites. Laura dern jeff goldblum and sam neill in the some new cinema con footage universal pictures unlocked cage. On the first new footage from jurassic world dominion on wednesday night in las vegas presenting it in mikan the annual convention and movie theater owners. The studio offered up it behind the scenes. Look at the Returning cast of the original jurassic park..
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"neill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"It's been an absolute incredible journey and You know whenever you're lucky enough to have a horse like hot rod. Charlie you know the the the journey is full of stress. So you know trying to keep injury free and moving forward It's also just you know jaw dropping exciting to watch them compete even just watching them. You know rod charlie. Gallup is you're just you know you feel like wow you know when you see inequality athlete like this They don't come around very often. But it's been a great journey and Patrick and and bill greg. You've got I think. Greg set at the best for you. Know you've got some guys that are On the rise and In patrick and his boys and you got guys who are out golfing and enjoying their life. like bill and greg. So it's it's it's a great Mixing they complement each other. They respect each other. And it's just a. It's a lot of to be part of your brother. Dentist told me the story a while back before the kentucky derby about the fact that nobody wanted hot rod charlie as a baby at the sales. And you have to look at what he's done. Now you see the the one point five. Nearly one point six million dollars in earnings and boy they. The folks that passed on the son of octo had to be kicking themselves a little bit. Yeah and credits. Bob and sean sell. They're very instrumental and into having the dentist look into them and and You know they they They had sean in bob sol to have a great i for free on horses and and When tip dennis to on him and to look at them and No great moment. I i remember. When dennis called me and said he had bought a yearling so really not his cup of tea and Man i actually questioned it at the time like. What are you doing biology but Yeah it You know the rest of the sisters suspend unbelievable excite men and and Just a blessing to be part of the trainer. Doug o'neill going down the road to the breeders cup here on the horse racing radio network doug. We talked about the fact that hot rod. Charlie was favored in each of his first three career races. The betting public certainly knew he was special. How long did it take you to figure out that he could be this type of race. Yeah no we. I thought You know being a half champion. sprinter and I really thought we're going to see some brilliant stuff from him early on one turning and though he's a leggy colt it's got a good stretch to him and in good stride You know those kind. You're always hoping that you're gonna get more out of them. Going to turns. But i wasn't really certain of that and then You know with the additional blinkers and turns. It definitely opened up a whole new Hot rod charlie that You know we didn't know was there before debut but Yeah he he's always acted special. And and i probably mismanage them early on not really thinking he was more of a a one. Turn horse actually greg home named them and he named them hot rod charlie because he thought he was going to be so fast so I thought he was going to be a dynamite sprinter. And here we are. You know coming off a second place in the belmont. It's pretty Pretty pretty amazing trainer. Doug o'neill here on h. r. n. Doug i'll let you go. I know it's a busy morning. One last question I mentioned the fact that You were nominated till the hall of fame this year. And i know that somewhere out there. There's a jacket waiting to be put on a hall of fame bust of yours and a plaque waiting sir. Togas springs two thousand five hundred seventy six career winters. How cool is it just to see your name on that list this year. It's it's Yeah i mean. It's one of those where i think they could probably list all the names of the people that It you know that have been a huge part of me. Even being talked about there because like we talked earlier in this conversation such a team effort from every owner that Been so blessed to train for all the groom's hot walkers and everything so if if that moment ever comes the better enlarge the stage because there can be a lot of us up there. Do you know. I mentioned the bust. Like they do with the nfl do they. Actually i know they do a plaque in saratoga. Do they do a bust out. I don't know if they're gonna have enough material for my big fat had. No but it just. I went through that and Through the Museum of their news. It's just awesome to To see all the men and women great horseman that of Come before us and to even think that That we're on a list is pretty cool so it'd be fun. Yeah doug always a delight to catch up always gracious when i text you and ask you to join me on the program. Thanks so much for the time as always and good luck in the haskell and beyond let's get lucky today thanks thanks for having me..
The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"neill" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"It's time to go down the road to the breeders cup. I officially welcome trainer. Doug o'neill doug happy haskell day. Thank you i was so excited about today and Very optimistic or we're going to see a good run from charley. Yeah looking forward to seeing him stride to stuff. Let's just start for a minute. We'll talk about hot rod charlie. But let's start with that. Look back that call that we just heard from stevie wonderboy and tom durkin having fun with that call. Go back to two thousand five. What was that moment like for doug. O'neill was incredible especially for the late. merv griffin who was such a successful entertainer and businessmen and be partners with him on on a on a great horse like that lives Incredible and Yeah stevie wonder boy was just exceptionally talented. And and unfortunately his career was cut short dude injury but that was Quite a great Look back and and I remember like yesterday was those times. You came back the following year with thors echo and then mary field in in two thousand seven Those horses you think about where your career is today and you think back on on where you were back then you had really good horses back then my friend. We're blessed you know. I think the thing. I'm most proud of most grateful for is that Most of the team is still intact. I mean Leandro and More savage rivera and johnny garcia. I mean we got some many been so blessed so many brave horsemen around me and and Man we continue to To move forward as we speak so just very grateful for that. You're always doug very quick to credit your team and it does take a village to get to this point. There's no doubt about it but look you're the man steering the ship. You're making the ultimate calls. You're the one who brought everybody together. And there has to be a sense of pride on your part when you step back and you look at all the things that you and the team have been able to accomplish it it has to be. I can imagine even somewhat overwhelming at times. It's really something that i i you know. I jumped about doing when when i first started off with jude feld. But the the shank in my hand. And i started walking for him and nineteen eighty six and something that i You know just. Trumped of of being able to manage You know a stable and never never really dreamt or thought it was possible to have a sable is that we were able to put together and that's just It's a wonderful blessing and You get days like today with the hassle. And of course i kinda rod charlie. It just The yourself that Year in these situations you're fortunate enough to be connected to a great horse. Like like hot rod. Charlie speaking of hot rod. Charlie riddle me this batman because then you know of course i am also a hall of fame nominated trainer right so i can ask you this question. His first three starts not good for third fifth. There were circumstances involved. There were turf and sprints and all that kind of stuff they all three came without blinkers on. You added blinkers. Last october at santa anita he breaks his maiden. He goes on to finish second in the breeders cup juvenile third in robert. Louis win the louisiana derby third in the kentucky derby second in the belmont all with blinkers. The blinkers come off today. How come yeah you know. It's it's kind of a chance to move because like you say he's really in top form. These numbers are all heading the right way and you know what are we thinking about here with taking the blinkers off but You know. I think when you go back to his first few races. We didn't have mind because he never really seem to need them early on. And then Harry was and he was like favourite and all three of those races without him and He was getting beat but not tired. And we're like what is going on and he just he kinda struggled Separate themselves from from you know from the pack if you will so We added the bunkers definitely helped and Now you know he's just a much more mature horse mentally and physically course and and Now we're seeing him with the blinkers off separating himself from from his work maiden from from Paxton horses so he's just really seems to be enjoying it. And we're hoping the more natural blinker lists Charlie you know we're we're gonna see His natural competitive spirits. You know reach Their heights without the bunkers. But down i it's gonna be interesting. He's been working great without him. So now we gotta see today if it works. It's interesting you bring up the fact that he was favored in each of those first three starts all three of them being losses and then since then he's gone on to win a grade two and be classic placed and doug in all the start since adding the blinkers. He hasn't been favored one time. That that's incredible to me. It really is and Now here we are four back baber today so it's you know. These waters continued to get deep You just gotta have some versatility and he does seem like Were you know flopping. Ob have more options if you will Without the blinkers so Yeah it's going to be. I'm going to be very confident if we run the race that i hope we run that It was a great decision then and but a a wait till See him compete before. I get too too strong on it at this point. Michael mccarthy was on the show with me. Last saturday morning we were talking about preakness winner. Ron bauer and he said that he decided not to go to the hassle in bide his time on the west coast because of the fact that he feels rahm. Bauer is a horse can use a little bit of encouragement from the writer in his racism because the jockeys can't use whips at monmouth. He didn't think it was the right spot. No concerns like that with hot rod. Charlie no not not this point but You know. I think that is another reason. I think not having the blinkers in this Setting i'm hoping we'll be bound benefit and Do even the smallest the blinkers. You kinda take the vision away From the horse of the rider so I think without that encouragement of the writing. Crop that charlie being able to see Slobby and pants and one slobby calls on them to to to make move I i think will be beneficial without the blinker. So yeah it's It's interesting i actually. I don't understand why they carry him if they can't use them but that's a whole nother talk about that another show. Yeah yeah have you already sat down and mapped out a second half of the year plan for hot rod. Charlie or do you just take it one race at a time. One time and the beauty of of greg home and bill strauss and my nephew patrick and They've been so patient. And you know it's it's one of those that We've kind of made a pact that Until we run in seattle he comes out of it. you know. it's usually within a week or two post race. He kind of have an idea of how they're doing. You know we won't get too far ahead of ourselves until Until we get to those those points of the journey so But yeah we're we're so excited about today and And optimistic we're going to see a big effort and and Hoping hopefully comes out of it in good shape and we've got tons options moving forward. I had a chance to visit with your nephew. Patrick on this show belmont morning and it was so much fun to hear his enthusiasm and let him tell the story about his classmates. And you know that story has been well told how much fun doug have. You had with hot rod charlie Going down this road not just the kentucky derby but even through last year. How much fun is.
News Radio 920 AM
"neill" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"O Neill, NBC News Radio National correspondent. Yeah, it's a real tough story going on down there in Surfside. Uh, Florida. It's actually kind of hard to watch. Uh, the family there For the most part. All there are in the area. I mean, think about it For a second, you would be to, um There's no closure. But as Roy was saying, and I've heard this, uh from some of the people that they've brought in from other countries to try to help in dealing with this Crisis down and in Surfside as the recovery search and rescue go on, people can survive. They could find a pocket pocket of air. Uh, maybe some food even and they can survive for long periods of time. But we still have well over 100 people that they don't know their whereabouts. Presumably they're in there, and it's just, um, a real tough, uh, a tough situation. I do think that President Biden did a good job. Going down yesterday. It actually you may not like Joe Biden, but it's actually The guys sweet spot. Of what can he do? That's good. What is he good at? He's good. He plays that role. And I'm not saying it's not sincere. I'm just saying he plays that role well of being the commander in chief Consoler. Has been a tragedy and it's what presidents do some better than others, but it's what they do, and they go down and they play Dad, Granddad, whatever it is, I thought President Bind it and his wife, the first lady did a good job with that, as best as anyone's going to be able to do. All right, we're gonna take a break. Get checked out for all the latest news and all that good stuff and the July. 4th weather forecast Pat in for Jim, You are listening to the gym for Lido Show. I'm Jim Gag Leonardi, NewsRadio 9 21. Oh, 47 FM. Here's what's happening. Out of rain tomorrow, forcing several planned fireworks displays to be postponed in Rhode Island after the heat wave earlier this week forecast calls for unseasonably cold weather. He's Providence, but Tuckett one socket have rescheduled for Monday night. Warwick now scheduled for Sunday night, Smithfield on Friday, July 9th. Bill to ban the intentional release of tandem or balloons in Rhode Island is headed to Governor McKee.
News Radio 920 AM
"neill" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Neill, NBC News Radio National correspondent. Yeah, it's a real tough story going on down there in Surfside. Uh, Florida. It's actually kind of hard to watch. Um, the family there For the most part. All there are in the area. I mean, think about it For a second, you would be to, um There is no closure. But as Roy was saying, and I had heard this, uh from some of the people that they've brought in from other countries to try to help in dealing with this Crisis down and Surfside as the recovery search and rescue. Go on, people can survive. They could find a pocket pocket of air. Uh, maybe some food even and they can survive for long periods of time. But we still have well over 100 people that they don't know their whereabouts. Presumably they're in there, and it's just, um, a real tough, uh, a tough situation. I do think that President Biden did a good job. Going down yesterday. It actually you may not like Joe Biden, but it's actually The guys sweet spot of of what can he do? That's good. What is he good at? He's good. He plays that role. And I'm not saying it's not sincere. I'm just saying he plays that role well of being the commander in chief Consoler. There's been a tragedy and it's what presidents do some better than others, but it's what they do, and they go down and they play Dad, Granddad, whatever it is, I thought President Biden did, and his wife, the first lady did a good job with that, as best as anyone's going to be able to do. All right, we're gonna take a break. Get checked out for all the latest news and all that good stuff in the July. 4th. Weather forecast Pat in for Jim, You are listening to the gym, Polledo show to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a nature show host in a native habitat of.
The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"neill" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA
"My buddy brady hall thirteen ten. Kfi in that that's like a cosmic collision or something there. You didn't know that was coming up. Colfax may be at. That's not the kind of changes the time space continuum when when my voice leads into my may wanna show. That shouldn't show nabet mark. Johnson filling in for brady hold today here the whole show by. Cdc it's knowing what his voice kpfk. Joining assistant neil. Well he is contributing editor for cu. Bus dot com. And truth be told. Neil that i share an office and have you ever seen the movie stepbrothers with will ferrell and john c reilly that's kind of the existence we have In that office so but you haven't cleaned anything at all by the way you need to take care of that. You're the one that leaves the crumbs every well. It's it's an interesting time of year for us is not a whole lot going up. But it's been awful. Wants you to buffalo or thirteen or fourteen. I think competing in the us olympic trials. Yes sir thirteen. Fourteen total competing Three of them earned olympic berths and then another guy morgan pearson won the us olympic triathlon trials. He's a former cross country and track runner and He's going to represent the us. And the in mea triathlon and then Cockburn former buff is going in the steeplechase as val and then go quicker and the ten k so yeah. It was a really nice nice week for the bus at the olympic trials. You know it's interesting. We we always for good reason. We get hyper focused on football and basketball many times but what goes on at the university of colorado from a track and field across country perspective really is really special. You know as long as you've been around that program and you much appreciate that. Yeah you know with with mark wet more just year. After year year produces you know great runners in and world class athletes. I mean mba's been emma's you know she she's been gone from. Cu for eight or ten years. But it's still you know one of the world's best in the steeplechase and then you've got young. Young people like val constantine. Who's just stepping up. And she's gonna she's gonna assume that role sage heard. It didn't make the olympic team. He's going to be part of that. Joe clicker it's it's just a. It's a consistent steady great program doubt about it done a phenomenal job. Hey before we get anything Kind of related to football basketball. Though i i stumbled upon it when we were kind of setting up the show here today and I promise that on the air..
"neill" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"FBI warnings there could be violence on Capitol Hill, FBI Director Christopher Wray told the House Oversight Committee. Law enforcement fell short getting the warning to everyone. I agree that we need to do better and have moved faster and I've asked my staff to look for ways to expedite the process. Still, Capitol police and other authorities knew the potential for violence and we're still unprepared. Yeah, we've We've taking you from Geneva. The answer The show with John Decker live from inside of the summit and his descriptions of what took place there talked a little bit about the DOJ and what's happening involving for the leaks that maybe there were political targets inside of Congress of the previous DOJ? And now look at the lack of coordination. In intelligence on January 6th. Rory O Neill, NBC news radios and Wi eighties own Rory. So about this, What have we learned at this point? Well, Brian Good morning, you know, Starting off yesterday's hearing of the House Oversight Committee, the chairwoman read out some emails from parlor, the social media website that's favored by conservatives. There were so the people at parlor where actually reaching out to the FBI saying before January six, saying, Look, some of the posts we're seeing on our site. Suggests that January 6th could turn violent. You might want to pay attention to this. You know, you might want to respond accordingly. And apparently all that information just went to some just circular file and was never acted upon. They're or you bring up to really instructive points with what you just mentioned. The first is, you know, we walked back to the creation of the Department of Homeland Security Department of Homeland Security was created for precisely this type of reason. Different circumstances. But we learned, you know, in the wake of the 9 11 commission. Okay, Well, we had one intelligence agency that had this bit of information. Another that had this been and had they all just coordinated that information they would have been able to put together Osama bin Laden Al Qaeda. 9 11 holy crap, but instead they didn't coordinate that information. So the attacks were carried out. Doesn't it seem at this point based upon what we're hearing that it's just a different version of a similar thing with the Department of Homeland Security in place? It does seem that way. You know, I guess Now they're just putting it under the umbrella of domestic terrorism. I suppose if you're with parlor who would you call at Homeland Security, Whereas this is more of an FBI issue, But the FBI is under the Justice Department. So So who do you call who's in charge? That would be difficult to navigate? I guess if you're just Someone at parlor who was trying to do the right thing. Well into your point. Rory on parler. So that was the other that is brought up here. Of course, In the wake of January, 6th. You had parler de platform You had Amazon Web Hosting services decide that. Hey, 48 hours we're going to give you and then you're gone and they wipe them out for over a month and parlor right along, said Look, we do have moderation in place and we have been proactive where we needed to be. Well, now we found out just how so that you know the content that Ended up being around, you know, cited in and them being the platforms by Amazon and also by other app services that for a time by by Apple, we found out they were proactive and said they were telling the truth in this deal, so their whole other, you know, can it can it warms here. So where does this go from here? Well, we're going to have the inspector general at the Capitol police testifying in the Senate today. This was the House hearing yesterday. So this is continuing and to your point. There really are some issues that have to be handled here. Some actual policy issues. There's a plenty of political grandstanding, but we have to figure out a better way of handling these kind of tips, and we have to figure out a better way of protecting the capital. You can't wait five hours for the National Guard to show up. That system has to be streamlined. And that has to be set up. You know, with a clear chain of command as well. Already appreciate the report. We'll check back with you soon. Thanks, Brian. Rory O Neill, Embassy news ready and, of course w I O D's own. Yeah, that whole revelation about parlor in particular I thought was instructed, by the way as they talk about, you know, uh, Brian my radio on Twitter. Remember at Brian Mud radio on parlor as well. All right now. Dive into my top three takeaways for today. My first is it's worth it now. I'm totally switching gears here, okay? Had someone asked me yesterday. If getting the Covid 19 vaccine was really worth it. The side effects, the unknowns and the hope that the virus itself is mostly on the way out. Someone who doesn't get an annual flu shot but did off for the Moderna vaccine. My answer was and is an emphatic yes, and there's a reason that goes beyond any of this science and efficacy of the vaccines. It really gets Again. Yes, If you haven't been vaccinated and you don't want to wear a mask, you can ignore the CDCs guidance and stated policies the most businesses because they have no way of knowing. But if you're a decent and generally honest person, that guilt probably weighs on you. And then there's the peace of mind. And yes, Even with the most effective, effective vaccines, you're going to have approximately five out of every 100 people. That are vaccinated that will still contract the virus that they're exposed. No, that no longer though, has been a concern. Not for me and for a couple reasons. First I'm generally careful and exercise good hygiene anyway. Second, because who wants to live life that way? Before the vaccine, it was hard to feel comfortable living normally. Now normal is back to be normal again and not any stupid new normal's not those. I'm talking about just normal. And that alone makes it worth it. And by the way, my wife, Ashley agrees. She's in a similar camp. He had never done a flu vaccine before, but ended up doing the Moderna. Incidentally, in case you were ever skeptical of the new, normal people in the first place since that reference that your skepticism is valid, so the new normal Is literally cited by the great reset. Like on the great reset website. These are the globalists who have wanted to use the pandemic to eliminate our previous freedoms in the name of one world government anyway. It might not seem like.
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"Into it again. I have that letter somewhere. Blew my mind that they were so nice about court. But we're not married so it's always been that way so by with my relationship with them and stuff so that's nothing but good experiences with star trek no back and i want to mention that there to our listeners and people watching this today That steve has. He does have a youtube channel and he's chronicled the process of building. The enterprise work masks many other models. He's worked on and put lights on all sorts of things stuff that is beyond my pay grade understanding for models. Because i'm a terrible model maker of its dvd's amazing work and your youtube channel. It's very informative for folks who are interested in that i. I still have a contributed much anymore. I've since bought and paid for a video account. You can find video to smg studio doug drexler name the studio smg. 'cause used the caught steve meals garage and So we we shipped to that. Smg on they're all. There is a showcase that has all of the building of this model than i did a retain years ago. I think there's some on there. The chair to i have more supper put on it. I haven't done but them were recent working to do with this video. Which is a two thousand square foot. Two story studio At marian i do every day is all chronicle there The so you can see because every week we do a show from inside the studio kind of like tested. They adam does And very nice and shot Freshman camera equipment. Good sound we do it all the way and the older videos are more and how you know my own personal camera. Resell this that. But people seem almost like those data. Some all bessul within i much but i had i had stepping up so and for folks who today might be interested in checking out some of your work and possibly purchasing some of those masks themselves How can they reach out to you. Contact you to find out more about how do that well they can. They can go to Steve neal dot art dot blog and And that that's my Art steve neil website on that are you also if you don't remember that auditors artists need new. There's another speed. Neil your whole an artist and wyant as surfboards and stop so don't get these that the artist eve meal Chronicles art were passes wells. Present day Work i've done with the author willy screamer and in charlotte related paranormal stuff but also has a store hops. A collector's mass. That's in the main us on the Landside and scroll mousy quarter master in. I have a lot of stuff in there beside star trek film. Thanks from well. Like i have the baby from A this baby from two thousand one child but also have moon watcher. This is the adam. Savage has been that the lips replica will hang the lips actually move on mouth boobs. Everything is did in the original movie. In fact this particular one here actually had been warned by damn record and play moon watcher. He's also a friend. Asked me how i get people coming to my life and nowhere like gary lockwood so Dan gary both on our projects together. It was a really wonderful time. He asked the where this as. It's been over fifty years to to lunch. They put an pictures. I'll send you Putting this on my is property of the just. Like i did when i was on the savage star trek motion picture as it. I mean this stop never get sold for one of my friends who i've worked with all these years. Were in the same feel odd. They've grown tired of it doing it. The completely retired. And i don't know what they do now but they're not doing this stuff. I remember i remember. We all started stuff including rick baker. He's stayed to bow. We would never.
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"Had to be made of well with the audience will recognize as plaster. But there really isn't a very hard tools dome and this is one of the malls. One of the duplicate molds from the show and we had many moles us because they wear out so the you're casting In the back late fit down here jeans a round teams but in order to get year out of logan. We random out of rubber had to be apart like this so we have this part that fit behind the ear. in of. that's why when you look at the movies and especially tv show. You can see that. Save bring down year because that was in the seeing would be year before rubber and they would do the best back and to try to get rid of burn it and then stipple more rubber over. But we had to have with repeats mall. Now we just have to piece the whole thing just silicone and the polls out so you have not seen deniability. And here's the other half. He other mold here. He can see the day on the other. One's nineteen seventy eight as we actually been so then then make masters off for this. Made many made duplicate molds. We run a lot of former being by the ad. I mean fred is big bag years. Just use them to day. The capital sat in sold them not to our go have mazing that they were still in good condition which you can conceal so and then of course since i have the molds these are cassie on and that's i've been i've been offering these fans shadow box. It's bigger than this and has picture me more by these are my personal ones cast regional malls and then of course the chevron is an original one from one of the uniforms. I asked several that captain. They mysteriously disappeared by. Imagine that one. So these are all original. Have these day. So steve being the giant star trek fan. You mentioned just how crazy was being on set and seeing shattner seeing nimoy on the set together but again. This is the motion picture. Things are a little bit different from what we saw on the show was i out. They have different uniforms bridges. Different lot of things have changed so you as a hardcore fan. What did you think when you saw all this new all these new elements to this new version of trick. I i you know. Because it's it's supposedly we have. It's been some time since they original series original ship and everything. I read very wonderful. What's is the beautiful beautiful shop in andy over. Of course a good friend of mine and we talk all the time. I think he did an incredible john. i like the uniform. I liked the tech I didn't think it was too far stretched for original show a that it worked. Of course that was trumbull being chosen to do The effects region robert abel. Who i've also worked for. We don't have with robert able show. We know summit. We don't know what the real story is but When troubled took over you know those those effects still hold up just like all the next wilder So i was pleased with it. I really white everything except that halfway through show. They bryant another makeup artist. He decided he wanted to have his pay on years and he midways years. Because i was working on something else. And he was the year suddenly and all sudden we stubby fat years In fact the end of the film turns this way. And he's got one of my big years on as unusual selling turns way. He's got short on the side and it just you i've ever had. There was a conversation where the owner had Charlie your that. Iran's wrong now doing it. Ron's pointed ears does woke exactly like the ones that chambers all if we waited years appointed here. Nobody's going to notice the difference. I said you're in the big leagues. Here you're gonna you're gonna regret this because the fans have been no all it does. That was his attitude because he care about star trek of job people working. That's i loved it. i snow either. So outside of the motion picture you then went on to work on. Star trek six as well as the pilot for next generation encountered far point So what can you tell us about your contributions on star trek six and tng. So i started by working richard snell. You needed help on on star trek six and we knew each neekam already wanted me do some sculpting there. He wanted me to sculpt a klingon headpieces and i did quite a number of To work set. And also as i was castles acquaint ltdexpert playing on To be one of the people went in on the bridge and unfortunately right into mary and I got bumped out because one of the producers wanted which was always on top of that and didn't get screen credit but they did take out an ad in variety with already teams it saving them star trek motion picture. That has got screened grim. This sounds alive. You don't if you don't ask for put might giant ever since going to workshop So that was great and then on star trek the next generation I forget how. I was contacted. The one of the producers called me and invited me ended. I met with them. Went down shogo sats chobyo around. That was just a clear doing then. Why did he do tentacles. Which part of the creature when they're in inci side of that was caves. They came down wrapped around night. Designed this fall sequence where we would shoot reverse and it was working with john briggs surges and Varberg which you know at that time. Those people all a notice to me you know and i saw a data sitting over there. Full picked up brat was very quiet. and so. I was just that group of people we were in the set shooting seeds. It's a lot of fun. I mean Jonathan was really knew my favorite hyderabadi. I met there and of course gene was as usual friendly so i had to go several meetings there. The talk about the tentacles and all that stuff and He said here. I want you to have this path of pass it. This is car. Watch the guy who walk in. The statue can get past security. Because they're one of the family which is amazing he never taught me from from from those years prior All i was able to take my wife tour of the enterprise and all the sets and every walking on the bridge all lit up. They're getting closer to shooting something and there was this the sky her down his knees boy. Another other commission black. Getting rates amount was micra. Khuda later became france. Were but the commission black on. I've ever walkington the stats and saying user. Nothing like the sets of years ago. This look like real odd souls. There were no drips and glue. Everything's pristine beautiful. And there were series of corridors and secrets in the sets. You really felt like you're worthy enterprise. That was a truly magnificent bit time down at working on that unfortunately cut from shell because they felt the gateway to send that the creature was alive and i still rent paid very.
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"Away gerald away. 'cause there have been through this before saw but fine so we built big giant rubber creature. We have a lot of phone with it in It was called mutant. That's all basic edvin called mutant. It's actually a pretty popular cult film to this day so we did a lot of blood guts. John view or was was his heart as well he left has went west last year. The year before so So i very good experience working with italianate jalen heard and we're still in touch I met a lot of people that exposure basically gives you watch you kill yourself by knocking yourself out. We did. We worked at lost hours. We way beyond all young guys. Mrs our chance to prove yourself is really cool stuff and you give us the money needed to do it. If you're not so much the paycheck it was alright but why you got so. He was good very grateful to ride. We'll sure about disappointed. Was laser glass gas. Okay those measures. Well you know. I got a call one day From boston from from howard. Uneaten on stewart stewart. Zip Asked me if come down. Interviewing been highly recommended. Wanted you to work on the team with steve johnson rating. Cook people. i said okay. Fine so went down your new melissa. Some days went by the kind of forgot about it and get a phone call. Got her mission day. Play back messages and stewart. He said i got good news for you and got some bad news for you. Please give me a call on a gpo. He said the good news is You got the job back. Is you gotta start. That's a that's barely Had either seventy a marina del rey. Boss reported for duty. The first thing they gave me to do was Gel go see of the originally was going to jail else. Look inside the where they put the ghosts and you could see sort of various ghosts in there. And they're not gonna make these puppets sculpted one actually one picture of That recently shared the ghostbusters community. They had never seen it before and they're always looking for you. Stop so worked on ghostbusters. I did the The big chair seen with sigourney weaver and Grabbing the face prince of mine and hans built the hands at work with the builder on the chair with three different shares. One of them have actually arm of breakaway ours. Use legal over yet. Another one was open so that we could be on the outside and they pulled in tight sheet rolling on A chair that was a static chair that had the armed statement now if they were already order and or coming out. Those were dummy ones and you could see her wide sharp turnaround. I couldn't abate. It took four days issued bet sequence. A one of the things that happened during the sequence. Keep it sure. Is i get the seed and and I haven't kept saying you know It's just not working me What's going on and sigourney look down. At least through the orleans she state. I can't act being. Hitler faced by your hand and grab as well as if you really do it. Let you do it for real. You get everything you got. Cause that's what it is. I said well. These nails are critic. They're they're kind of acapulco outer scratch her face edged. I don't care seeing right around how to work right and Either looks at me. Go go ahead. She writes in making jokes. You know you beat up. So i said okay then so yeah i did hit her full when you see her head like that. I hit her form as strong as i could. And i did. Make your lack of blue We did a couple more times. They put makeup. So it's okay. It's okay so that was. That was pretty amazing. Of course i was in the terrier dog suit a few times when he turned odds breaking out. Statue is a hand movies in breaking way. That was my work there. Oh the did mechanic's a state bus marshmallow van. A bunch of other stuff we show in the background. Different stop dropping out different departments. But what i really wanted to work on was two thousand cadre. When let me go because it was being done. Same you know. Say building watching gobas. Gary i want you do that. Alpha needs try and sneak off to see going on until ten. Oh every second. Whoever tend to break its key. Walk over there going mall. Shop pop waste is visually because adam savage over here. I think you could see it went to that i can more or less for folks who are for folks who are listening to the audio version. He described what that is. It's the space asia for two thousand one space on the very large model i built of. It was done for ziam in san francisco for an exhibit. Now go back right. And then they returned it after exhibit. So i still own it. That was the with them. Salvage though it's I don't have discovery. i wish i did. I get a small enough here. But i went over there all the time hung out. I learned a lot about molly. There which led to my mom editions where on check untold will return momentarily truck untold is brought to you by triple fiction productions if you're a star trek because player looking for props or Looking spice up. Your shelves triple fiction. 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"Mass and showed me how to make a life. Manson even skull like plans on it and they got a laser. It's not phone number but that was the gateway so between all those things. I sort of back engineer was they. Did i think about. Nineteen seventy. One i did. I plan the snare oursel- news a huge here. Next thing. i knew people all around town from san francisco. Why didn't you to make up for halloween. And this bank I started doing other mass in just kind of went from there. And that's how i learned. I learned the hard way. of course. today you can go on the internet There's another source at schools. You can go to things on video that will show you the basic processing get you started. I wish we would have that then but in a way he was much more of an adventure true and i also had read that you had some some time be mentored by the legendary rick baker. He tell us how you to cross paths Yeah well when. I first came to la. I had this little tiny your studio apartment on him and and echo heating in santa monica. Which was you know. I got to see things. Like when i walk up to the store i'd seen moe howard walkington store and i mean There have been gathering all kinds of people. Because when i moved there the rent was fairly reasonable. And at at this one place. I found realize where i was like a hotbed. All these people at work within the industry that was that was pretty amazing. So i mean that apart and citing you about schlock and selena things done and i thought is working really cool because massey's and Monsters so i went through the phone book and he went. The north hollywood's looked at the the rick. Baker's that were there there were a few so i just called each one of the same thing that everybody did riggan though days district mayor rick baker desma facts and they say naria wrong number. Hang up. finally. I did get wreck and You know you could tell i ask. The questions was yes. It is okay so you get this a lot. Why me on down. From sam's kobe area and i do make perfect and stuff i to same by right over so i went over to show the my work. We just became friends after that. Then later on What he's getting bigger jobs Striving for me some of his be director classic where he call him over to to to work for them that he could do anymore and that was really a big gateway to my career backed. I stayed very caller that athletes. Now's the way we were working on a project again. So you're lost touch. That was larry cohen. One of the first people you worked for professionally or or who was your first special gig actually with well First professional gay was planning team serves for a few days. I had made contact with the union. They put me on a list for joining the list that when they ran out of a certain amount of car maker people they call and every day that you worked went towards your day hundred twenty days ready get on show or several show contestant and become group why So i got to go there and that was you know i remember like yesterday. I mean not. Remember the question you just asked me. I will never forget walking into its call along trailing hired long trailer now. I don't think i've heard of dontrelle before it long trailers on trailer a bill. Pretty self explanatory. I guess yeah. It had like twenty or so barbara. They built that for planning because whether they did the first movie and the other films they had so many makeup artists and so many actors. Actually going in the mak- not disappointed the background grouse that they needed very large straight. So we can make these actors who took four hours in swarms by we know by now takes quite a while. i walk in. Because that's where i both reports most prosthetic awesome. My dad's there were all these people. I recognize any separate. John jakes wine. Television from what he was on. What's my line and And cabbie word in what carry worth you. The guy you'd created it's made up then. Writing mcdowell came to the bathroom saying load everybody. That was the first time i ever yet worked with roddy. We got to know each other. Pretty well over. The years could be kept working altogether. But that was my first prime seat It was just an amazing moment. Because i was twenty five. Or they're about a young guy and and these people were gods to me and and people were. Amazed me was decimated. He'd go to work. I still feel hatfield back. There was incredible. It was really crowd. That was my first professional job. And now i read. You also did a lot of work. On some roger corman films and i always like hearing stories about roger cormon Do you remember anything about working with him. Yeah i like. Roger was very calm. Smart was cautious. Nobody and he expects you you if you miss green with his artistic to agree with them. Here's respond bill. So i learned early on not to be an eccentric artist and oh god she do that to my designer just live and he took the money. They asked him happy. Guess what. I got to do a whole bunch more movies for For roger but roger was was very kind. And i really enjoy working with him. Because i i knew right where i because he shot And i do remember Is is that were a little disconcerting. Like there. Is this film done. We had to build a series of alien creatures is actually one that evolved into a big giant creature. The end and I can't believe the film right now at the second hour film because i did several freedom battle the star was the first one. That was a big deal. This particular movie he was it was called. Can't remember it's escaping. He was about this big alien and it was kind of based on your ayla have better with much much. Larger ogden's kodak also jerram was working on that and I got to know him really. Well it. He wants to build big full-size size practical puppet and they said well roger. We can bill parts of that and do the rest of the stop motion animation. Never forget it. he's over. he said. Now steve we all know that. Stop motion animation. Doesn't look real so we won't be doing stop motion either because recommend crooked game do it because i was them at the time so And you know. Bob scott.
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"You never pass up a chance to speak with a special effects person. They always have the best stories and they know all the behind the scenes gossip that you're not gonna hear from anybody else and more so they are really the people who know how things got done onset especially because usually they're part of the reason this episode of truck untold is exactly the kind of conversation i would have had with today's guest. If osama convention the only difference here is that. I got speed tim for over an hour as posted a few minutes. I would have spent with him while at his table. And on the plus. I two year here to eavesdrop on the conversation today. We're speaking with steve. Neil who's known for his work on star trek the motion picture and some other star trek films along with the pilot episode for star trek. The next generation encountered far point beyond star trek. Steve dunn laser blast ghostbusters. Fright night. the stuff return of slumping puppetmaster. Battle beyond the stars and many many other projects including one rather surprising one. That has a pretty good star trek connection. But you're gonna wanna stick around to discover without that one is these days. Steve is still involved in the biz and has grown and adapted as the time changed but at the end of the day his love for physical effects remains. He's constantly building painting. Something and his creativity remains just strong strongest. Did i set foot into the effects industry but before we jump into today's interview. I want to ask you if you're following us yet on social media. If you're not you can check out truck untold on instagram twitter and facebook and we update they're constantly. It's the best way to find out who this week's guest is going to be an advance and also potentially estimated questions when we offer that option so that's trek untold. One word no spaces on twitter. Instagram and facebook. 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Who makes some amazing three d. printed star trek inspired dioramas and props for bolt star trek action figures and star trek fans in person. Whether you're a cost play or toy collector there's plenty of stuff to check out from tricks productions but you're going to hear a little bit more about them later on now without further ado let's up today's guest computer access interview file hello and welcome back to trek untold. The now joining us on the other side of the screen here. We've got a man who's done things from prospects to stop motions to props and everything in between we're joined today by mr steve neal steve. How's it going today. Great thanks for having me on the show for a lot about the steelers. Jump right in. And i want to give you the first question that i ask all of our guests. And that's what's your earliest memory of star trek z. Was ninety sixty eight or was it. No it was sixty six grade. That's when i grabbed and Over fifty years ago. Anyway i digress. I i was in high school. And i heard about star trek and i watched it because I'm a space geek. Night watched Everything from alan shepherd Giving his classic Prayer ray beginning of the space program all the way up to yesterday's charging so star trek spatial ask starship crew on board. I saw the trailer sport like they can and I talked about it And i watched it. So i watched it. I loved it in the first episode. Iran was One was gary lockwood. It has since become a friend who i talked to all the time. Been to the studio mazing events But that's how. I started to where i couldn't miss it. If i was at my girlfriend's house who was about three four. Maybe five miles away. Well they had colon. Tb said i did. They like it. They thought it was how geared just been interested them. So i would run five miles non-stop to get home. Watch a untolerable. So that's kind of how it started now. I know we're getting little bit ahead of ourselves. Because you like to structure the show pretty much very much logically. But i don't ask your you're Actually at one of the star trek mentions the trimble's put on right. Yeah i was. I don't think it was a very first one. But it was about nineteen seventy three Maybe it was. I don't know that's how i met Great jean michel john hall. Benjamin we'd be will could gene roddenberry nasal barrett very approachable able us. Don't walk were dr rubin got to know each other over the years and wolves like at one of those early star trek inventions. When now we're in the cova pandemic saw not going to as many collins. Obviously nobody is but you know for back. Then nineteen seventy. What does a star trek convention looking. Sound like totally. It was completely different. It would really was. I mean first of all they were held replace the marriott and so use their convention center there waves back in those days. They were entirely fair. the main object was not snake. Mahina name object was to get together with a bunch of like minded people ashes for star trek in science fiction general and get together and have a great. We get it fun. It was very family like the crowds are smaller. May be only two thousand people. I might be off on that sometimes. They were large but they weren't real big. They had dealer roads. That were you could get phasers indicators. That people were making major. Ran around to make sure that they knew that they couldn't do it. But they could do it because they Everyone was very forgiving back and we had All these individual rooms where he would run star trek episodes. We would run Science fiction movies were films and stuff is so way into the night up to about twelve midnight or so you could go after the convention closing. Go to these rooms where they would be reading a film projector and running a star trek episodes. There's a lot of fun because we we'd all been to the bar and and has burger stuff ain't week after a long day the convention go in the watch the show we all live and cheer favorite moments. It was a very real celia can action. You made france a lot of people those people or famous people who were very approachable in very friendly because they realize the value of their fans so then they have the costume contests great in you. Pick a cost him to deal the not themselves out trying out the person and then at night l. at night.