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"nick clark" Discussed on TT Filmpodcast
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"nick clark" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Time Capsule
"I play shape. Shifter oto on star trek deep space nine brown and i play hoyle and yesterday was a lie as well as taylor on star trek enterprise. Coupla my name is emma concept designer in film. I am emily hampshire and i play jennifer goings on twelve mortiz. Amer false five hundred well. The warm weather is slowly invading. These coasts i prepare for my coverage of the tribeca film festival right here in new york city. This week into the badlands was renewed for season two at nearer. Comecon i spoke to daniel wu. Who's to start the series kung fu a series with david carradine kind of creep in a little bit. When you're planning. Because god for me particularly because i grew up in hong kong i didn't really watch its abc's. I watch. i watch jackie chan. I mean there's stuff that we did want to avoid. Because i think kung-fu is very fortune. Cookie in some ways like take the pebble in my hand lessons. Did you learn like we wanted to have that. Because i think it's important that in the martial arts that we also show the spirituality side. That's very important. I love you and all that stuff but you don't see the art in the martial arts anymore that and so through this show we you know as violent. It's a lot of crazy but we also want to make sure that this spirituality side there but not in that fortune kind of way. So the way i teach you'll see the scenes way teacher. Ms kung fu teaching him how to fight and the lessons that i'm teaching him are there. But it's not done in that way and so Yeah i think we. We looked at more as a way to not do it. As opposed to the way to do it not to knock that show at all. It had its moment and it was brought like the whole idea of what is shall in to american audiences. And we didn't have that. That wouldn't be it was kind of like a steppingstone over at now grandfather. Yeah yeah right. Look for into the badlands. Season to in twenty seventeen coming much closer. In april on sci-fi return of twelve monkeys and at san diego comic kinda had a chance to speak to aaron stanford. Who plays cole. The episode the keys. That could have actually been the season finale. That was like a ballsy episode. And you just took it to a whole 'nother level about playing that version of hole in that episode Well in the episode of the keys. I think what you're referring to is at one of the first times you see a real sea change in the character aware. He takes in his environment and and Really experiences it on a deep level and sees beauty and Opens up and a lot of his icy exterior begins to thaw. And it's it's a big a big moment for the character in a very important point in the journey and one of the things i mean. He's had to do. Make the tough decisions. You had to kill this season. Two and that haunts similar it. Does you know he's from a time in a place where violence is an everyday reality so he is used to it Especially at the beginning. He's much more willing to kill to do harm. In his opinion at that point the the ends justify the means and the more time he spends in our time in the more time he spends with. Cassandra he starts to see the value of life and the value in his own life and it makes it more difficult to to take. Take the life mothers. That's a great relationship and the show i mean. What can we see between the two of you for season. Two well season two. It's it's gonna be interesting because they're both they're in a very different place A lot happened in the season. Finale of of The first season and Choices were made on both parts that have fundamentally changed their relationships starting so in season two. They start off very in very opposite places. And that's what's going to happen over the course of season two. They're going to have to find their way again now. Do you find that you guys have now created your own path away from the movie. I think absolutely and that was always the plan. The movie was always a jumping off. Point i know that they wanted to keep the initial. They wanted to keep the basic mythology. The legend of the story. That's the real powerful That's the meat of the story. So they kept all that but then you know with the medium of television. You're able to spin that story off into many new different directions and really tell much longer more epic tale all right. Great good to see again buddy. The walking dead's first season can now be seen after talking. dead on. sundays is kind of a recap. The new season starts to sleep. Frank dillane who is nick clark and show runner. Dave erickson discussed how frank had concerns about his character. How he would come off season. What why it was a big thing. I remember because do teach the ground running and this thing. And i'm very aware that like in order to get better visual like i needed to start off for bad. You know what i mean like. That certainly was that. I that i haven't seen it but that i i remember that pre intense their only screening night. Did you know that. Actually i did i avoided i did. I did not these star bottom really. That was the thing was i mean. That's what really kept saying. I kept him been is it sure. Is it like to star. Your concern was as we were going through. Their pilot. felt like every scene was just scraping the bottom of the barrel. You felt like it was in. Yeah no it was a legitimate concern. It's also when you shooting out of sequence. It sometimes gets you know tracking a little bit a little bit walkie but no you. It's we're just talking about it before. I mean the thing i love about. I'm dave by the thing that i love about. Franken leashes character specifically is they. Are you know they. Their father died six years ago and they both have reacted to that. Very you know different ways and alicia has become you know she's become the straight age students. She you know she. She excels and everything she does. She has a very very specific plan of what she's gonna do with their life. And frank has gone off. Nick nut franken. Nick has gone off the rails. And it's it's really. It's an interesting point. Because i do think they love each other very much. No one knows the you know. Even even with madison. I mean i think you you guys know each other better than madison. Those and also there's as a parent of an addict. There's sort of a willful. Denial at times and there is an enabling quality and even in an effort to save and help. You sometimes do more harm than good. In what i love about..
"nick clark" Discussed on WGN Radio
"88 88 r o l l Y t that Dick Clark Saturday night Show what one on too long. But there are just some priceless clip someone run YouTube. And she say by the diamonds is one funny things you'll you'll see on there, and course, it was wildly successful show we all call it. The Beast Don't show because speech not was the primary sponsor. But the history of that show is that that gave ABC more headaches than anything else they probably ever did. Because Leonard Golden Cinemascope congratulating himself in the letter fifties that he wasn't embroiled in the quiz show scandals because they really didn't have any. And he's saying is just great. No. And then, of course, the payola hearings. You're gonna fall right on the heels of the quiz shows, And that was the whole interesting set up How that came to be investigated anyway, but I die aggress. When Golden Sanath found out that he was exposed. He was livid and the way was exposed. We're actually kind of two ways. One was. ABC also owned ABC, Paramount Records and their distributor, and Parr was known for helping destruct is decide to play records that probably don't need to say anything else about that. But the Saturday night beaten me should show inadvertently, and I do think part of it was inadvertently was a plug goal of scandal And what plug all Awas, as opposed to Paola was plug alone. Woz. Airing products commercials, things like that in recent return for money or items that aren't logged, in other words, just like playing records for money. This was playing commercial for money that they're so off the books and in this case, what itwas was there was a line at the end of the beach stuff show that said Something like Travel is provided by American Airlines, I think was American. I can't Guarantee that but I was on the major airlines. Well, the problem was the travel wasn't provided at all. They were just giving the money for the mentioning it wasn't logged is such now. The real problem was that prior to the Paola hearings, it was technically not illegal for a destructive to take money to play a record. It wasn't illegal for a manager to take money, too. Run on and off the books, commercial or something. It was patently illegal for the license seed to do show so Problem here, Woz that ABC the license. He had a piece of this Dick Clark show, so they were licensed. Seeing they technically owned the show and plug all that was going on. Gold sellers had a heart attack. I mean, Yeah, there was a meeting at his house. It was just a county, New York that I wish I could have been a fly on the wall for that one. But the bottom line was they crafted a statement that Nick Clark could sign T somehow make it seem like this was all okay. And ultimately it was. I mean, sadly, the pale of people. The hearings, the the Representatives who were on that panel actually apologized to Dick Clark was enough to make sick. But what was so sad is that ABC was more than willing to hang Alan freed if it came to that, and you know again, if you if you understand the backstory. Well, of course they were. They didn't have any skin in that game. But they did. But freed always looked at it like they'll protect Clark, but they won't protect me. And he literally died, died of bleeding ulcers about five years later to his death, thinking that he had he had been wronged, while others were being protected. But the truth was that Dick Clark would not being protected. ABC was protecting their licenses. So I think about this story every time I see things from the seven night beach not show, but it was only on a couple of years. But there were some terrific acts on this show. And like I said, if you Google YouTube and all that the diamond Who? Why, Yeah, I know. Well, darling, and all that, which is, of course, a white cover of Maurice Williams and attack that point. I don't think was the gladiolas most Maurice Williams did the original little darlin in any event there version on the seven backbeat. Nutso of, she say, probably will make you laugh out loud. All right, So 8888765593 were clearly talking about something close to nothing. I do have the tabloid slime from the checkout line. Maybe some of their stories that will make you think or not, And your calls are not only welcome on bended knee, saying 88 88 R o l l y e on WGN radio. If you've got an insurance question, you could talk to a park Ranger. But the only quotes they'd probably give you would be about the beauty of a fallen leaf or ripples in a pond. Not the kind that could save you money on your policies. Or.
"nick clark" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Welcome back to the program. A friend of mine on Facebook over the weekend asked. What's What do you think is the best love song ever written and you were just playing it right there. It's Romeo and Juliet by dire straits. Hands down. Don't even argue with me. The best love song ever written. If you haven't heard it, listen to the lyrics. It's beautiful. All right. This has nothing to do with Valentine's Day or love or anything except our guest. Our love of the Constitution. Our friend Nick Clark from Wisconsin. Kerry is on the phone. I'm looking at an article Nick in the hill. Uh, and it's talking about on the anniversary of the Parkland shooting, Joe Biden says, quote, everything is on the table. He is looking at a combination of executive orders and then looking at Legislation is I've warned before, if the rules on reconciliation pass, or if the Democrats blow up the filibuster, All of this could be a very, very scary reality pretty soon. S o. Everything from reclassifying guns reclassifying, you know, guns and parts of guns that are not under our under Section three. We're potentially looking at How many million people overnight becoming criminals. Then and first. I hope people recognize that this is very, very orchestrated. Democrats don't do anything by coincidence or accident. So this push. I saw it last late last week. What this prosecutors against gun buyers, which is just the latest alphabet soup group, Because every time they rehashing new group, they're gonna take a new angle to call for common sense, and it's always Bipartisan and common sense, which it's none of that. It's a very orchestrated campaign that the Democrats can wage with the help of the media that they always have toe push for this, and even now, I mean, used to be it would take a mass shooting toe. At least the dogs for calls for gun control. But now it's just the anniversary of a mass shooting. I mean, there's not the Harris Obama administration is not going to waste any time and pushing to get these guys to do everything they can to rain and governors because they've seen what's happened over the past. You know, 78 months since covert hit and people start buying more guns and gun purchases were always high for the past many years with people recognize After riots and you know all kinds of other things that they're the only person they can count on for their own defense. But so, so all this is orchestrated. It's going to come and it's the scary part is is. What can we do to stop it now? With The loss of any level of called by person, but any any any check and balances in D. C So they're gone. And you mentioned of fake group called, You Know prosecutors against Gun violence? Give me a break. I remember this was what now? Two years ago, Joe Sanfilippo talked about this. Fox, six did a report on it out of Milwaukee. 36 felons arrested for illegally possessing guns. Two thirds of them were not actually prosecuted for illegally possessing possessing guns, so prosecutors against gun violence. Welcome. Those prosecutors aren't putting felons and possession illegally of guns in in jail. The reasons for the gun for the gun violence epidemic in this country. The prosecutors are the primary people that have all the tools they already need to do those, but they're going to the Legislature to ask for things, and that's why again. This is an orchestrated thing. This isn't prosecutors that want, Morgan. Prosecutors have all the tools and this is the Democrat establishment that wants to be able to. They're scared of the law abiding citizen. And here's what I've, you know, people. There's a lot of new gun owners in the last eight months since so she had Wisconsin with Canosa. I mean, I know people who live in Kenosha. They've never owned a gun and the rights of Kenosha. That was it. That was when they find decided they're gonna get one. Of course you got gun stores Meryl out because But for these people that are new to the gun ownership. You're here. They share this stuff and they think Hey, I just had to pass a background check when I bought my car. What's the big deal and this is where I would speak to them, And I'd say it's not about the background check. It's about how you would enforce. Universal background checks, Because if you just bought a gun in the last year your first time, Donna, you're a woman. You're first and better. You are not in a in a database. You are not registered to that gun. The story of purchased that you purchased that gun from you pass the background check there and they maintain a record, but the government does not have a record of your gun purchase. What happens is, if they ever need to track the gun. They go to the manufacturer manufacturer says it went to this distributor. A distributor says it wants this retail in the retailer says Okay, I sold it to this person, but that work that black book is maintained at the dealer level at the at the store. And so this universal background checks would necessitate a national gun registry. So all the people who think Hey, I pass the background check. Why shouldn't everybody you didn't go through anything like this is the gun that you own is not. The government does not have that gun registered. They don't know you have it. They can't query that database and say all the people that own Air 15. We can't do that right now. But if there's a universal background check laws, they would they would, because how would you enforce that without saying that every gun exists. Here's the background Check shoes who would like from into and that's the court because if you're in possession of a gun, and that background check wasn't recorded. That's how they would enforce that universal background checks. You necessarily have to have universal gun registration. By the way, they're talking about overly talking about universal gun registration, searchable by the public in a master list database, including name and address information. The idea is to create a massive list. So then, when the next regulation falls, let's say, um, it is $200 taxes for every single magazine that's over 10 rounds. Um, now they consult the database. They consult the master list. Now, the government says all you know there's Vicky McCann. I know she's got an air 15. I wonder how many 30 round mag she has for air 15. I hope she paid that $200 tax and Ray or 15 when we better make sure she pays her $200 tax per magazine because that's actually what is being proposed. By Sheila Jackson Lee. So that's something that that you have to understand is that this will be used too broadly Disarm America because that's the purpose of having it in the first place. Another thing that proposing Nick is to have all of us sit down in front of a psychologist so that that psychologist can tell the government that we're safe to have a gun. No. One psychologists have decided that simply supporting Donald Trump means that you are an irredeemable white supremacist. What do you think The chances are that psychologists are going to say, I don't think that Clark out on that gun. Yeah, and prominent Democrats. We're not talking road Democrat bloggers, but prominent Democrats and leadership positions in Washington, D. C have already indicated that they think what they think the area is a terrorist organization. They think people that want to own a gun are unstable but by the nature of the fact that they feel like they need to own a gun..
"nick clark" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Um No best not quite getting out. There is fast is, you know all this credit sensation Life Senator we are hearing about people who are in that rope lines being identified, in fact, was a billboard in Madison, Wisconsin, asking people to call in tips on a Madison billboard. So that he said that the federal authorities can pursue Rico charges against people who entered the capital took cell fees but stayed in the rope lines. I mean, and yet we shouldn't hear about Hunter Biden selling out the United States using his old man's name so that he could make money off of China and Ukraine. I want the agitators prosecuted to the full extent the law, but I mean, I want the educators that Oh, I don't know We're responsible for Kenosha in Portland and Seattle and Minneapolis billions. Thousands of property damage. I don't know how many people have been killed in those rights in the press doesn't keep a very good track of The death toll from the BLM antifa rights do this, but they keep copious detail and talk about all the time in terms of, you know, the one One instance on January 6th in terms of where it what should have been a peaceful protest What President Trump called for a peaceful protest, but I'm part of his supporters turned into Something you should not have turned into. Let me ask one last question isn't looking my clock here. I know you have to go. I have to go. What was the story I saw over and it just popped up in a blogged you having words with Mitt Romney over the impeachment? Is that something you can explain or share? No, I will say is blown way out of proportion. You know, among other things. The main point I was making is a vote for witnesses going down That path that is excitement now is going through my brain. The entire The entire you know, mistrial was the fact that four years have been excitement. No. They're trying to accuse President Trump of incitement. Four years of Democrats saying, Take the fight to the street and all the other things that the Legal team talked about was incitement and certainly going down. The path of witnesses would have been excitement because they would not have voted for trump witnesses. Somebody giving a couple token, But if you went down that path, you would totally destroyed. Any level fairness of a trial. And, Yeah, I was upset about that. I made that point to a number of senators. Senator Ron Johnson. Thank you very much for being on the program today. Good to have you on the show going to take a break here? This is the Vicki McKenna. Shelby right back. Nick Clark joins me next to talk about Biden's plan for gun control. Every.
"nick clark" Discussed on Behind the Steel Curtain
"What do you think you've got a lot of players that are caught. The steelers restructured just about everybody that they could now. They did restructure everybody that they could in order to get as much money for this year as possible and unfortunately with with those players almost all of them next year's the year so they they so they're going so they pushed the money they didn't pay them anymore. They just pushed their cap number two next year. I mean like just just Some of the some of the dead money on some of these like ben rothlisberger twenty two and the at a quarter million dead money steph onto it is over nine million david decastro dead money. It's actually one of the lower ones at five and a half joe. haden stead. Dead money is is eight to half million cam cam. Heyward as that was different because his goes out over several years patsies. Dead money's over six million. I mean some of these. You can save some money with these guys but you're still going to be paying if you move on from him. You're still going to be having an awful lot of count towards the salary cap. You're you're going to have to make some moves with some of them. You really are but Tough decisions and i'm i'm sorry it just sucks. This is what we're talking about right now. I not what we were supposed to be talking about. We are supposed to be talking about the division around and instead of both we do for next season and sorry it's a little bit depressing to be talking almost one. Am eastern about folk. Who is going to be around next year. Now you're right you're absolutely right. The steel dog. Ada is two dollars. He says it's time prevents williams to retire. What's his cap hit. Their dave Vince williams his cap hit. The steelers would save four million on the cap. He has dead money just over. Three million adds an option. That's not a lot though. That's not a lot of savings Runner delgado to ninety nine hundred still think palsy losses the game looked noah's disagreeing that got him off to a horrible start but at the same time among those losses. The game a lot of people young. Jeremy smith is as four nine. Yes tomlin has his issues while catch dozen for those that want him gone. Who is legitimately better option. that's available. That's what i always come back to is. Gimme someone that's better and then we'll talk about it. I don't know if there's anyone out there right now that's available. That's better Nick clark is two dollars one. The north ohio team not to advance at sad. That is a bureau through teams. Play on cheese. Nick thanks a lot for putting it that way. Dave gives us five dollars. As i feel this was in all in season for the steelers next year will probably be rough with cap issues. Thanks for the season steeler nation. Appreciate you dave. Thank you very much Let me see here. We got a couple of others. I think.
"nick clark" Discussed on Into America
"This is universal. I think everybody's struggling at this moment. Cates no is a senior national correspondent for NBC. And the anchor of Sunday nightly news. She's been reporting on the connection between unemployment in mental health. So you've been covering mental health for a really long time. What connects you to this issue. You know actually. It's it's personal for me A while ago I lost my father in law to suicide. He was suffering from depression for years. I think that sort of ignited in me a passion to look at this issue more deeply and to really start reporting stories on mental health. And from there. I guess it's been about a decade that I've been doing stories for nightly news for the today show for all of NBC. And so you've been looking at this economic crisis through a lens of mental health talking about what you found we keep talking about the unemployment numbers and the millions and millions of Americans who are out of work right now and it struck me that all. Those people are struggling big time so we reached out to some people in the country. I WanNa talk to you a little bit about nick. I'm in Saint Paul Minnesota my entire extended families from Minnesota bridging. Alright come on with us. Nick Clark is such a Nice Guy. He's twenty six years old. Has a ton of friends loves working out loves. His community loves coffee. He managed a place called lucky thirteen pub and he loved his job. Our industry is go go go hustle hustle. People are coming in to coming out a staff to manage inventory of bender sudden working with working with our kitchen staff on front of House stab just anything that it takes to run a restaurant I did. And it's not just my job. These might family. I mean and he's been doing this for years eleven years now while. Ya Eleven years starting first restaurant in a retirement community when I was fourteen and industry has been my light up percents. He just loves his work and it completely stopped when the restaurant shut down and they had to let him go. Let's talk finances. How's he doing financially so not so good I mean on the plus side. He told me that in Minnesota he was able to get unemployment. Although it was really hard it was really. He had to wait hours on. Hold we re hours one day on the phone. Three hours to not get older anybody. That was probably the scariest times like not knowing and this is before we knew that stimulus money was coming through really a little for me. He's worried though because he doesn't know what happens when you know. Is that GONNA last forever. And what if the money runs out? He's trying to budget but he's not sure if it's going to run out and he's not gonna be able to pay.
"nick clark" Discussed on The Readout Loud
"Administration to halt funding of the World Health Organization while a review is conducted to assess the World Health Organization's role in severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the corona virus. Everybody knows what's going on there. Now was president trump at a news conference this week. One in which he announced a freeze on. Us funding to the World Health Organization. It was the latest in a series of increasingly surreal headlines Images to come out of Washington D. C. This past month. We've seen a gas mask and Congress. Reporters conducting interviews from ten feet away and the politicization of a decades old malaria. Drug joining us to discuss. How the corona virus has changed the day to day business of the capital. Is Nick Clark one of stats DC? Correspondents Nick Welcome back to the PODCAST. Thanks for having me. So let's start with the W. H. O. Situation. Nick how did things escalate to this point? We'll apparently in vogue for conservatives in Washington to really beat on the. Who lately over its relationship with China? So Republicans are really upset by what they see as the WHO being too willing to take. China's claims about cove nineteen at face value. They've really latched on. For example to this tweet from January where the. Who tweeted that quote? Investigations conducted by the Chinese. Authorities have found no clear evidence of human to human transmission. And of course that's the current virus that's obviously been proven wrong sense but republicans are really really angry that the. Who tweeted out this information seemingly without verifying it and so we've seen Republican senators calling for investigations into the WHO. We've seen some calls for the director. General's resignation and trump was the latest and most high profile conservatives to join the chorus of complaints. He previewed last week that he was thinking of cutting funding and then this week during his nightly news conference he announced he was formerly cutting funding. And then he just railed on the. Who for about ten minutes? It was really a surreal sight so in the day since then. How has both the? Who and Canada. The rest of the international community responded to this will the? Who's response has been interesting? So before the formal announcement the director general had pleaded with the US not to politicize the virus but after the funding freeze was announced. His twitter's really provided some interesting glance into sort of what he's feeling. He's been re tweeting messages of support from people. Like Melinda Gates Jimmy Carter and so that goes to your question Damian about sort of how? The international community is responding. They're really not happy. But the director-general actually has been doing this weird thing where he's been tweeting out one or two words that seemed to respond to trump's actions so accounted for so far there's been stronger together love values and most recently confidence. So it's a really weird time for the. Who wasn't stronger together. Hillary Clinton's campaign slogan. It was and I really wish somebody at the press conferences would ask him. Does he know that. Because it was definitely interesting. So Nick Shifting Gears your job as a DC reporter usually involves piling into congressional hallways crowding around elected officials. How has the corona virus changed? All of that. It's really changed things a lot. So Congress is basically shuttered now but up into a few weeks ago. There was still a contingency of reporters who were trying to get answers from lawmakers and it was pretty surreal because normally what reporters do is what we call walk and talks. It's what it sounds like. I mean lawmakers are really busy people and they're seemingly always on the go so you walk with them to their next appointment with your recorder in hand and that's your interview now that becomes really hard when you're supposed to be six or ten feet away and there's some really great photos out there of reporters who are wearing masks standing in a circle all really craning their arms so the recorder can pick up what lawmakers are saying. Those photos are really going to go down in the history books. It's totally changed. The way that reporters in Washington Cover Congress so back before credit virus dominated every conversation you were closely tracking the issue of drug pricing and Congress. Has that debate been sidelined by the pandemic quite frankly? The topic seems dead right now in Washington and that's really not due to just some last minute goodwill towards Pharma though adventure guest here there probably is some given how central they are to the cove in nineteen response but the current. Ivars actually motivated Congress to pass a lot of its so-called must pass legislation before it shuttered in response to the pandemic and advocates. Were really hoping that their drug pricing legislation could be tucked into those packages. That's basically how Congress works now hardly any legislation pass on its own. It's touching to these so-called must pass legislations and so when there was no drug pricing legislation in the Krona virus package. It pretty much sealed. The deal that drug pricing wouldn't come up again until at least the lame duck session in November after the election. And that's really bad news quite frankly for advocates so on a similar note just a few months ago I think we were all preparing for a presidential campaign in which healthcare and the cost of medicine would be central issues to the debate. Now is the corona virus and the government's response to it. Is that probably going to drown all of that out as the campaign moves forward? I? It's been a weird campaign season for sure. I mean there's been some attempts by Democratic groups in particular to make the election really a referendum on trump's pandemic response. I mean there's a democratic group for example called protect our care that set up what they call a corona virus war room. And they're just churning out attack after attack after attack daily on trump. Just this week. They put out an ad criticizing travel ban for example that they ran on presence favorite station Fox News. But it's been interesting because the election also isn't this twenty four seven news cycle. That has been before I mean there's no big rallies conventions delayed Joe Biden has taken to do these odd scripted videos in his library. And so it's sort of hard to figure out exactly how krona viruses going to play in the campaign so far. I mean there's definitely groups that are trying to make it the issue but we still don't know and I'd say if you want to read some of the tea leaves. My colleague lab really does have a good story out on stat right now about this issue you. Democrats trying to figure out how to message around the kernel virus and the campaign. Nick era really tall guy so I hope that long reach house with those walk and talks. I taught us. Thanks a lot next. We're GONNA talk about technology and.
"nick clark" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Crews spent all of last evening searching for missing nineteen year old male along the Lake Michigan shore Inkatha Hey the kind of a fire department says three people went swimming in the lake near grant park just after six when one of them started having trouble and went under the two others called for help after they were unable to rescue him chief Dan Meyer says they got assistance from the Coast Guard and other county crews all of those involved in the search since that time was a very difficult area to access the search ended for the night just before ten due to incoming thunderstorms it is expected to resume this morning the Milwaukee county sheriff's office has identified the lone person killed in one vehicle accident on I ninety four Monday seventy one year old Gustaf Roy Sorenson of store event died at a hospital from injuries sustained when his vehicle struck the cement sign an autopsy will be conducted today as an investigation continues into what caused the crash after the tragedies in el Paso in Dayton Wisconsin's Attorney General is pushing for bipartisan answers to help prevent mass shootings another gun violence did you wanna see Stevie's rose Smith has more Attorney General Josh call is echoing calls he made on his inauguration day I'm hopeful that we will see a red flag walk past and universal background checks hearing sounds of call wants to see the legislature passed a red flag law allowing family or law enforcement to petition the court to take away someone's firearms if they're a danger to themselves or others but the head of the group Wisconsin Kerry Nick Clark says background checks in a red flag lot would not have prevented the tragedies in Dayton and I'll pass so because passing laws won't prevent one person from shooting another the Dodge county sheriff's office will soon feature those arrested for N. O. W. wine with a Facebook post sure still Schmidt tells W. B. E. V. radio it will feature the person's photo plus the date time and address of their arrest he wants to warn the public of those who are putting their lives in danger by driving under the influence the Packers take another step towards the exhibition season opener another joint practice with the Houston Texans this morning in day one of the joint work outs were any indication both teams are looking forward to live action tempers flared roughly forty five minutes into the work out when Texans rookie quarterback Lonnie Johnson blind sided Packers rookie tied into the stern Berger causing stern burgers helmet to fly off as he fell to the ground I thought there's no.
"nick clark" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Welcome back to the program. So think about the media coverage lately. Because we we're still getting people trying to shoot up places, but think of the difference that you've noticed maybe you haven't noticed anything I had to go looking for updates on the on the Colorado school shooting. It's the stem school in just outside of Denver. I know the name of the hero kinder- Custodio think about the UNC shooting. He know the name of the hero, Riley Howell. Or the power synagogue shooting. There were two Oscar Stewart and Lori Gilbert K, these are the heroes. Instead of the names of the shooters were actually paying attention the name to the people who stood up and fought back. Resulting in a much lower lower loss of life. And at the same time, you have instead of inanity at the state legislative level talking about finding new ways to impose additional reams of gun control on people to quote, Dana lash from the interim to make what is already illegal illegal or you have legislatures like you saw in the state of Florida proactively work to empower teachers and other responsible adults with training and access to lethal force. If necessary to protect the kids in their care, Nick Clark. I don't know if you've noticed it. I have noticed a little bit of a shift here, and it seems especially with the reaction to Cory booker's insane gun control rollout. I think I don't know. We've turned a corner. But I definitely think public opinion has shifted a little bit away from the history onyx of the left constantly demanding that we find ways to ban law-abiding citizens from exercising. Their rights. Media coverage is definitely changing. I'm always cautious because the media has misrepresented the actual sentiments on guns and and gun control for so long that I'm hesitant to say if the public sentiment shifted or the media coverage has turned started to be more appropriate more reflective of how people actually feel and so it's interesting. I mean, it was hard to find information on this this and I going to school shooting out in Colorado it which is different than what we've seen in the past. But there's definitely shift. And I even think that the shift has is we're seeing it in terms of the reaction. I mean in this case the student at rush the shooter. It reminds me of flight ninety three when the passengers said, hey, we now that we know what's going on. We're gonna do something differently. And we're not going to sit back. And and I think that's what we're seeing here. And hopefully, that's what we're seeing. What's we start to see that? I think the deterrent factor grows and the motivation security out these things lessons because they won't be successful. And that's what we need as we've been saying for years, if you stop these things for being so successful for these lunatics, these these now content young people who whether they're angry or mentally ill or whatever the motivation goes away. So I think there definitely has been shift own it. You're right. It's it could be when it's too early to pronounce this yet. But it could be the flight ninety three effect because you'll never see another instance where anybody hijacks airplane and the passengers just sit by silently passively that'll never happen again because of nine eleven and so I think that's an interesting comparison because maybe we are seeing. Heroism assert itself. And instead of trying to figure out ways to make everybody feel as if they're just sitting ducks would be victims. Maybe we worked to try to figure out ways to make it possible. So that heroes survive this as opposed to sometimes having to give their lives in service and sacrifice to others. Yeah. Without question when someone engages these shooters situations, the death toll is significantly decreased if not virtually eliminated and again, sometimes still injuries. And of course, even one is unfortunate, and we want to try to prevent even that. But sometimes we spend a little bit too much time thinking about prevention, and we spend virtually zero time thinking about preparedness. And if we started spending more time, look, there's things we can't prevent it. I mean, sometimes nature we call these guys. And I don't know if I like that term so much, but it's things that we can't provide that there's a level of evil that we have to recognize we can't prevent, but we can certainly prepare for we can certainly prepare for it. And so I think there's a whole bunch of things if we stop talking about all this prevention prevention living in this pollyanna world with no flakes could be protected from everything and say, no there's going to be bad things that happen. So let's prepare for the money to mitigate them. But we can't prevent hurricanes where we can prepare for them. We what if we knowledge that we won't prevent every school shooting, but we can prepare for them and minimize the effects of maybe by minimizing effects. We end up preventing. And again, we're never going to eliminate that. Because there's always going to be out there. There's always gonna be people with even their hearts are not going to stop that. But I think that we should spend more time talking about preparedness instead of prevention. And that's what Bradshaw we'll try to do a couple years ago here in Wisconsin as soon as parkland happened, he said, look, I'm willing to train teachers if legislature approves it and Scott Walker came out, and he you know, he dispense with that idea quicker than Kohl's casting a sweater sale. But I mean, hundreds of billions of dollars were spent on school security here in Wisconsin entrances and things and we look at what happened in in Colorado, unless you're gonna wind every person going into school that wouldn't have prevented what happened in Colorado. So we've thrown a whole bunch of money at the problem. Let's start looking at actual solutions. I mean, Democrats when these things happen, they they're they're running right to gun control. I mean, they want that political capital for gun control, some Republicans look to scapegoat. And I think that's a mistake. I think the mental health for life people, they should procon, folks. Mental health is another word for gun control. Because according to the left everybody's mentally ill. According left if you wanna own. A gun sign a mental. So we got to be careful because mental health is the Democrats next path to gun control. The more people they de mentally ill more excuses to keep guns out of the hands of those people, which is going to be millions. Then that's just again another path. I agree. I agree. And you're not gonna you're not going to solve school shootings through counseling. You're not gonna you're gonna. Here's what you're gonna do. You're going to empower people by preparing people in the better way to prepare people is to make sure that the adults are also prepared, but also armed, and I think that it's just because Tony Iverson is governor of Wisconsin doesn't mean the Wisconsin legislature should sit idly by and say, well, I guess we're not gonna get anything done with regard to to try to promote the idea that we can have safer schools through -ffective trained and armed adults in the room in inste-. But see what what typically happens in a political situation. Like, this is that everybody says, well, the Democrats for gun control in the Repub. Are sometimes not for gun control. Sometimes they are for gun control. And so we will just have. We'll just have sort of a truce here won't be talking. But in this Florida which had a very contentious election for its last governor has decided to move forward with a program. They've already have a program that has other adults trained and armed and schools in Florida if that school district chooses, but now they are in powering teachers to be part of this program in this process as well again, it's by choice, and this is something. I mean, you're talking about school districts by choice deciding whether or not they want to do this. I think it's a winning issue. Whether Tony either signs it or not, I think it makes sense to a lot of people, and I think it actually adds to this this idea that you're talking about which is to get us more oriented toward preparedness and less oriented toward victimhood. And the Republicans need to in Wisconsin need to learn how to play offense. And so put it on his desk. Put it on Tony abras basket when he vetos it. Then you say Tony ears doesn't care about school safety instead of playing defense. And then letting twenty say oh Republicans wanna put guns in schools, then play offense and say, no we wanted to protect students in twenty years doesn't want to. And so that's where Republicans I think for too long because the media is never on our side next. The reason the media is never on our side. So it becomes a defensive reaction from from politicians. But I hope the message for politicians as they see what's happening here is they see students walking out of these these vigils where they're being used as I hope how realize what the media hasn't been accurately reflecting public sentiment. And maybe there's a segment of public sentiment that I can capture here and and make some some effective solution proposals. Instead of worried about what the media's going to say that they're going to say on the school grounds. Instead say no I wanted to keep people safe. Yeah. I agree with you. I think playing offense makes a lot of sense. Also, the media was against the idea that Florida just embracing governors desanctis just signed they were against that they came out against it. When the when the task force taking a look at the failures of the parkland situation came this was a bipartisan task force. It wasn't just a bunch of second amendment people. It was people who are in favor of gun control and people who weren't he was it was a fairly a fairly diverse group of people taking a look at this. They said what needed to happen was that there needed to be adults who were able to stop this emergent violence, immediately, and that included, and they even said it in the report arming teachers if necessary so this is not something that you just coming out of out of somebody's hat. You can say they looked at this. Parkland is Tony I think that parkland can't happen in Wisconsin. Does he think that that that some mega school in? Wisconsin might not all. Also, find it self prey to this kind of teenage nihilism. I think that's insane. And I think the Republicans can can probably make a pretty strong case that that is so naive as to be dangerous. And I I absolutely agree that it is now time for the Republicans to go on offense. Here's how you can start. You can start by making sure that sheriffs or police chiefs or other people go into those schools in begin by training with with the process that that companies use I think it's called Alistair some other names for it. And begin by getting those kids oriented to think about preparedness and think about how they're going to actually stop something like this if it happens, and I think that if you begin with that you may be over time may be able to change the minds on teachers. Teachers are truthfully v. Best people that the reason that self defense concealed carry your carry period worked so well because the best person to respond to the person under attack. They know exactly who the tread is coming from. They know exactly where it's coming from. They don't need to assess the situation they're in the situation. So and of course, we're still assessing. But I mean, they don't need to come into a situation and begin to us, and especially teachers teachers know their students teachers know, their students personalities teacher sees a particular student acting a certain way beginning to certain way, they're going to recognize that before anybody else, so teachers aren't a fantastic position. And this is not rocket science. And there's other states have done it. They've said the teachers teach schools are in funding situations. Look if you take a teacher and say, we're gonna give you the best training. They would teachers would get be best training available to man if they were willing to and and here's to start with teachers were willing to and say, look, you're gonna get the best training available. This is training at the spec. The best tactical such forces and military get. And you're going to have that. And then if you're not comfortable you still carry in your classroom or have a lock box biometric lock box in your classroom. But this is the direction that we'd like to see this thing. And then those are the people that are perfectly positioned to respond to these.
"nick clark" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Five, sixty K SF. Oh, yeah. I think it's the best story in the morning, and that is the snow in the bay area. We're seeing the showers you saw those yesterday -ticipant the showers random thunderstorm here. And there about the bay area hail here. And there as well. And now overnight with the drop in temperatures in the continued instability. We're seeing snow, and I'm asking you to call in with your reports for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred so Rice's checking in from Santa Cruz up seventeen right rice. That's correct. No, no, no. It looks like Christmas everybody, that's fantastic. Play, but it's dark dark, and you probably got to get to work to there is that right? Don't play on highway seventeen. No, hang up on. Royce really quickly. What so talked about driving conditions on seventeen. It must be a little intense. Well, I gotta tell you Cal. Trans are doing a great job. Lots of sand. That's been laid down people are being sensible. They're driving slow good. Good people better get up and leave early because they're going to be some some people that want to go fast with you bet. You bet buddy. All right. Thanks for the check. And really appreciate it. Hanging up by myself. Okay there. He goes. Wow. Yeah. I wonder if there have there ever been chained controls on highways. Really? Yes. I recall that happening once. That was quite some time ago. I think it was nineteen. It was in the nineties where we had a snowstorm was like nineteen ninety when we had snow at sea level of the barrier. Crazy. Yeah. Yep. Yep. It happens. It happens. Every once in a blue moon, four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred we'd love to hear from you. Okay. Let me see. So the other guests in great police blotter, and we found a new police blotter those if you listen to the show regularly. We like to go up to Nevada county. We don't need the music would like to go up because I'm not gonna do any police blotter stuff just yet. But I found a new police blotter that I love as well. It's up in Montana. And you know, Montana wide open spaces up there. And so. Lot that they've got a lot of strange crime. So we'll get to that coming up with the broadcast. There was what they consider crime. There was another story that really got my attention. Sadly, there's a lot of missing information here this has to do with as you know, in the bay area. We're seeing more and more mountain lions, we're seeing more and more outlines throughout California. And the reason being is they're protected species. And. You can't get rid of them. Yeah. Happening all over the western United States. So here's a guy in Fort Collins, Colorado area, he's one of those ultra marathoners and he said he was running in a park. Top place called horse tooth rock. Nick clark. And he says he's running this park. Probably a couple thousand times, it's probably log thousands of miles there as well. Anyway, this guy is running yester- yesterday afternoon. And he hears something behind him looks. It's a mountain lion. Coming after him. Oh, jeez. Somehow, I don't know how they say. It was a juvenile mountain lion about eighty pounds. He gets in a tussle with this thing. He was bitten on his face bitten on his rest bitten on his back. Scratched up quite a bit. He fought with this animal is somehow killed it. I the details are. There just aren't many details. Other than after he calls nine one one because he needs attention. They did find the animal and it was dead. And and they say it was because of the fight that he had with Nick Clark. Whoa. How again, how do you kill a mountain lion? How do you not get killed by a mountain lion? It's one of those stories you can't one up, you know, your dinner, and you're telling stories you Hawaii killed him outline that might beat the astronauts, the astronaut story, the astronaut story for those of you just tuning in is there are only twelve guys that could say I walked on the moon, if they ever pull that card at your dinner party. What what what are you got? You got nothing. Rescues in Burlingame riches, former highway patrol rich what's going on. Let's talk about. We're talking about the snow that's falling in the bay area. And I mentioned there was one time that I can recall where chain controls were required on highway seventeen. But what do you recall is the guy who's been driving those highways officially? Well, I worked up there for about seventeen years little seventeen and we know as low as the fire station on highway seventeen. Had people abandoned their vehicles because the snow was so sick. Changed? And on one particular occasion. I was out by I'd wild ride. And a guy comes down highway seventeen on skis. So he was skiing seventeen. Oh, that's great. That's great. Hey, listen, be careful seventeen especially you get you get some idiots on that road. You just got up to slow down p cool, sadly, the idiots. Don't listen to case if oh, I don't know what they're listening to. But. Yeah. Just be cool. It's it's nasty. You don't want to you're listening to BuzzFeed radio. Oh, gosh. Just be be careful so far looks. Okay. All right. Good. Good early. It's early. Katie will have another traffic report for just a moment. Dave is calling in Dave where are you checking in from thanks for being with us. Yeah. From cal. Pella. Your car. That's it. Okay. So what's going on? If that way we got windshield. Snow all over the vines on the yard. It looks nice. What do you think your elevation is at that location? Oh, I don't know. They just below sea level. I dunno. Okay. So you're. Okay. Cool, man. All right drive, carefully, buddy. Good day. All right there. He goes. It's all over the place. This is the winter wonderland where kids are going to wake up and have snowball fights gosh early get them up early or they'll call a snow day and those. Not closing schools is is great four one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred see this is what we've been looking forward to. We can talk about the state of the union. And we will we'll talk about all the other stuff in the news. And we will. But this is the story now. I mean, this is what's got everybody's attention. Yeah. Well, okay. So good. I want to hear more of your calls for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred it's snowing on Vasko fantastic. Snowing. Okay. Yeah. How many times right? How many times do we get to say that never Vasko? Some of the other headlines this call us look over at the drudge report calls for unity. Donald Trump is going to be speaking. You know, there are a lot of Democrats aren't even gonna show for the state of the union. Let me see the Twitter Rb defends so crazy or Cortes from criticism. Okay. Good. They do. Yeah. So far left to they can't see straight half of Americans are workaho, Alex. Well, a lot of people are are say, yes, I am. They're suffering from scream screen time. I- discomfort screen time. I got. Well, there was the other story. He's got one for us. This is from John Stolnis. He's saying that because of all the screen time you've got teenagers now who are getting enough sleep. And they're not getting enough exercise. What was that share him? Sorry. I thought you were gonna call for the piece. Oh, well, we can't go ahead. Here's stole this. This is cut. D researchers analyzed data from the CDC's youth risk behavior. Surveillance survey and found that of the almost sixty thousand teenagers who completed the survey from.
"nick clark" Discussed on KCRW
"When I say, we I mean, the valve, let's. Eighteen. Thank you. I was still in high school. So all I can do was released songs, and I could only do record hops on the weekend. Because my parents were promised by Mr. berry, Gordon that they would not interfere with me in my school day. So anyway. You're listening to the song. They put us on the map needle in a haystack. And. We weren't. We weren't on the list of entertainers because we were the last girl group to come in there, but we were compete competing with the marvelous the Supremes Emerson the Vandellas in the velvet were the last group girl group to come through there. Anyway, the success of needle and haystack prompted a call from dick Clark. Nick Clark wanted the velva. Let's because I record was a hit before the Supremes word. I love them. But he wanted the valve lights and the Supremes to join the dick Clark caravan of stars tour, which we did so right out of high school. I was two weeks out of high school, and I'm blind to Chicago to be in a dick Clark caravan of stars store. And my parents were asking me, what are you going to do about school? How long are you going to be you're supposed to go to college? You're supposed to do this as I don't know. But I'm going on the caravan of stars to I'm getting ready to make between five hundred thousand bucks a week at the age of sixteen or seventeen and you're gonna ask me something like that. So it was a very very fun to as matter of fact, Diana Ross's, mother was our chaperone and Diana. Ross was my roommate. For two years two summers. We did to dick Clark caravan stars stores in. She was my.
"nick clark" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Hi, sheila. How are you doing today? Fine, sir. How are you? Great. Thank you. You're looking for something to get your dad. Yes, sir. Well, I wanna thank you for what you do to help us consumers. And also, thank you for your service. Were you were so kind, and I'm happy to do what I do every day is we all learn together. This this is why question my dad's stays in a role part of a county North Carolina and the only TV service that we have is either all school antenna or satellite, direct, satellite or shed light through the internet. And I had heard that there were some options out there that possibly he could see regular TV program without having to do all of that. That is not really correct unless he has if he lives in a rural part of North Carolina where access to a strong internet connection is not available the internet is there. But it's not the best quality. Okay. And we didn't want to have to do whole satellite. Dish TV thing. We didn't have to sure and the reality is is that often in rural areas. The dish network direct TV thing is actually been your friend because it's given it's given the possibility of having. You know, a lot of programming at not a huge cost. If you do it to just like, a single TV, or whatever, I don't know. What do you consider to be a reasonable cost, sir? Out. I couldn't tell you because we haven't really looked into it. When I looked at the websites for the dish and direct, you know, they have to different packages. And there's only so many TV stations that he's gonna watch. Anyway. Right. The basic the basic with dish will get him quite a bit of programming potentially. And the price is what's different. Now is the price is guaranteed for two years, which it didn't used to be you'd have to sign a two year contract. But you don't really get the good price for the first year. Oh, okay. So if he's in a rural area, the internet is if not very fast, I think doing the dish network at fifty nine ninety nine a month is a deal if he lives in an area served by AT and T for internet. Do you know if he is now, it's centrally? Okay. So in that case, he would be best served by the dish network deal. And he stuck with it in a two year contract. But I think that it will be something that will be very happy with because the wide depth the programming that he'll get. Nick is with us on the Clark Howard show. Hello, Nick Clark. Are you? Great. Thank you. What's going on? You know, first of all I love your show. And it's the only thing that gets through my commute every day. So thank you for what you do for us. You were so kind do you have an ultra long commute? About forty minutes and tried to catch you in the morning on the podcast and definitely makes better. So we're you know, what I'm best at is. If people have trouble sleeping at night. They can listen to be they fall right to sleep. No, you're good. My kids listening to you sometimes too great. But I just wanted to ask I'm still interested every time someone calls in you seem to have the answer for them instantaneously. And and I would love to hear kind of what goes on behind the scenes, whether there's a lot of prep that you do ahead of time, or if you truly are just that Wilbur and every single subject, I mean, you know, the nuances of every single question and details, and I'm sure the listeners would appreciate to hear kind of the magic that goes on in the background. Well, first of all let me take away with you assume about me because I'm very knowledgeable. I very high depth in a very narrow part of life. I know nothing about real life. I can't tell you anything about any movie. That's on any TV show any actor. You know, what's going on in anything to do with the music scene. I know nothing. I mean, I am just one guy. But in this area that I cover I read all day long every day. I read endless newspapers magazines trade publications in a change in the last five years. I read a lot of industry blogs. Where you have to take what you read with a grain of salt with the bloggers because you don't know what's well researched, and what's more opinion based? But for me, the preparation is continuous and my wife says there's no point in me ever retiring because I won't stop reading all the stuff I read anyway, even if I'm not working, and that she'll have to listen to me say, hey, did, you know, so and so. So she wants me carted off to work every day. So incredible. So in terms of what you hear me talk about Jolan Kim who are the producers of the radio show. They are providing me specific information if they can see that I'm having trouble with a particular question. And we all have worked together. So long Kim, and I for twenty years, and I for ten thought it was twelve ten and so we without even speaking we know what each of the three of us need and then every day. I don't know this every day we meet as an overall staff the digital SAF. Tv producer are off air team. We all meet, we change ideas. We talk about trends, especially from our offaire team. We find out about scams that are going on before really anybody is aware of them otherwise. And so we all educate each other and all coordinate what we do. So that the videos we put out the TV stories. We.
"nick clark" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
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"nick clark" Discussed on Clark Howard Show
"For your family for monthly service and getting phones at half cost okay is there anyone i know all the big ones are pretty i know at and t doesn't rank well my family yeah i mean eighteen not bad but i know that both t mobile and sprint have been doing things oh here we go t i'm looking at t mobile right now the only thing better than i phone is a second iphone okay what does that mean eligible iphone and get an iphone eight on us free okay that's pretty good isn't it yeah that that would be good since i know we need for sure to phones and so you could use this as an opportunity though for all of you to jump into something new it they're offering it at a time of switching right right anybody in your family of five have current or prior military service my daughter has not service right and she's one of the five right okay yes listen what t mobile's offering right now to people who are military personnel are prior service there is a military plan where you pay after the first two people that pay i to pay a total of eighty a month okay total everybody after that pays ten a month for unlimited talk unlimited text and unlimited data wow so even if you could come up with one more person because you can have up to six people on it the third the fourth the fifth the six all pay a total of ten dollars a month and that's it i mean just the ten no nothing else extra in in the is unlimited wow so you can get the iphone for half price you got the cell phone service ultra cheap because what am i talking about i six people it's one hundred and twenty a month total for service and you don't wanna pay it you don't want to know what i actually now that you said that i got to know what you're paying for five people at and t oh i don't have it in front of me i'm actually the the daughter that's in the military she had an emergency appendectomy so i had to fly up to help her out here yes she is fine oh my brother works for delta so i could fly standby up d c n n she goes to school in charlottesville and is in the navy nursing and so i drove her back home and now i'm gonna hopefully fly fan by home so anyway we're while you're i don't have my bill in front of me but more than that right yes so you've been very helpful we'll tell her thank her for her service star country and i also appreciate that t mobile is is actually saying more than they appreciate their more such a deal to military personnel yeah i think that's great and i i'm gonna tell her boyfriend too because his family has their six in their family and she's she's smiling now like oh my word you're telling me and telling him everything but that would be very helpful for them as well told me any important things like our social security number well best to her robbery and and i hope that i've been able to help you with both the phones and the service nick is with us on the clark howard show hello nick clark have a question for you we getting e mails for our granddaughter for auto warranty insurance and also get phone calls in her name with our address i'm concerned maybe her identity has been stolen it is possible it is possible that there's an identity theft it also is possible these car warranty mailings and calls are going all over the place to everybody my twelve year old son got one of those is a phone call just just this past weekend he got a call pitching him for car warranty all right so it is it is possible and under a new federal law starting in white summer you're going.
"nick clark" Discussed on Filmspotting
"I am the writer of dc comics batman and marvel comics division but more importantly i'm a film spotting listeners since two thousand seven my first episode was the black dahlia and you all hated it you kindly asked me to come on the show and pick my best superhero movie qasim of all time than emphasis on movie anz a tough one for me lots of pick from but as cited the best way in films boundaries wants to give myself a rule and the ruling myself was when i closed my eyes and think of a superhero is there qasim where i think of the movies in front of the comics being the big nerd that i am were my brain automatically goes the panels and pages and when amount of the honest myself there's only one costing the does that and that is the superman costume christopher reeves war in superman the movie from 1978 with a coffin designer was even blake that cost him to me is the most iconic in movie history after superheroes and that a third embodies what that here is simply in perfectly and elegantly i mean it's grounded its real from how even notes fantastical notion worked at all it seems like something that could exist every day that you could reach out and touch it and because of that when he performed service superhero deeds you believe that those exist mistakes privy films budding word seem real and also like how reeves wears the him how he moves with it he was a pilot and he serves reinvented flying like a pilot flies sort of tilting as he went along and then it just sending perfectly timeless about that and you add to it to do little sheet nick clark ken kostunica's along with it actually make the transformation which is absurd and should never work work you believe that people would actually think hey that's clarke and that superman and this aren't the same people and that's a little miracle path in his own.
"nick clark" Discussed on Post Show Recaps
"And all of the characters of walking did proper i'm very excited as well this is going to be this is going to be a whole lot of fun and as you know rob i spent a little bit of time during season's six podcasting with josh wig glare about the walking dead we did a little walking dead book club i am a longtime fan of the series both the television series and the comic series so very excited and honoured to be continuing this zambia journey with you okay well just i'm very excited about that is so you like damn bit as the hashtag here on this fear the walking dead finale or do you like hashtag saint nick clark saint nick clark makes me laugh a little harder than damn it that's right that's my son jess well looking forward to reading the responses to this on poster recap stockholm of course you could also let us know what you think on twitter i that robson's tornado justice at haymaker hattie got a lot more coming up here on the polls show recap two minutes about star trek discovery episode number five gonna do that on monday morning and talk about tonight's new curb your enthusiasm with akiba winokur and on tuesday josh reload i will have the latest game of thrones rewa coming up for you on episode number six a golden crown and then we also have outstanding mr robot coverage from joshua gubernatorial massaro who already covered the mr robot season re premier yu you follow the mr robots us.