35 Burst results for "One Night"

Hits by Siri, Peralta lift Rays to 3-2 win over Blue Jays

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Hits by Siri, Peralta lift Rays to 3-2 win over Blue Jays

"Newly acquired Jose Siri and David Peralta helped the rays beat the Blue Jays three two Siri let off the 6th inning with a single stole second and scored the tie breaking run on Peralta single Peralta had two of Tampa Bay 6 hits all singles One night after the race collected just two hits in a three one loss Ryan Thompson got the win after pitching two hitless innings Jason Adam worked the 9th for his 5th save To ask her Hernandez drove in Toronto's runs with the first inning double and a fourth inning Homer You say kikuchi allowed two runs in three hits and four innings I'm Dave ferry

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How Stallone Created Rocky Balboa

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:39 min | 2 weeks ago

How Stallone Created Rocky Balboa

"Way back in the early 70s. Stallone was an unknown actor trying to make it in New York, he had some minor success, even though soft porn movie, but he answered minus his actions in a movie called the lords of flatbush, fun movie, right? He was still broke. It didn't make big money. He wasn't paid a lot of money for that. And after the launch of flatbush, he figured it was time to maybe give it a shot in California. So he moves out there, and things were not going well for him out there at all, either. I mean, things got so bleak that he actually had to go out and sell his dog because it was either that or the poor thing wasn't going to eat. So one night he goes to see Muhammad Ali fight chuck wet. Chuck Webb got big old white fighter who was known as the Bayonne bleeder. Bayonne is a city in New Jersey, tuft city, the Bayonne bleeder on account of how a lot of fighters opened his face up and he bleed through a lot of his flights. He was that kind of guy with there's some fun in boxing. You hit him and they bleed. You know, a lot of scar tissue, what have you, but so he's watching shop raptor Muhammad Ali go at it? And he really saw something very extraordinary. He sees the Bayonne bleeder. He sees chuck wepner fight the greatest fighter who ever lived. And for one brief moment, this supposed stiff turned out to be extraordinary. Not only did he last the 15 rounds with Ali, but he not the champ down. I was a kid, you didn't see Muhammad go down much. I mean, there was a couple of the bigger fights or Frasier and stuff like that. But he didn't go down mom, especially not to an old stumble bump like chuck Webber. Stallone sees this and he thinks, you know what? This is a metaphor for life. And you can see where this is going and where the character rocky came from as a matter of fact. Years later, Trump wepner who went on to be a liquor and beer salesman sued Sylvester Sloan because he said, look, he took my life and made it into the smash movie. I want to be compensated. And they fought their lawyers for it. And finally, they would finally there was a settlement.

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Marlins beat Mets 5-2 behind Cooper, De La Cruz

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | Last month

Marlins beat Mets 5-2 behind Cooper, De La Cruz

"The Marlins bounced back from a one sided lost one night earlier to beat the mets 5 to two Brian dilla Cruz led Miami's attack with three doubles scoring one run and driving in another to put the Marlins up two to one after 5 Garrett Cooper blasted a two run Homer in the 8th to give Miami a cushion at four to one Pablo Lopez got the win giving up just one run and four hits in 5 innings There's a lot of positives to take from these outing A little shorter than I personally would like but we did a good job at limiting what something that could have gone out of hands The Marlins have now won 7 of their last 9 games Tom New York

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Hillary Clinton's Own History of 'Resentment, Grievance, Anger'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | Last month

Hillary Clinton's Own History of 'Resentment, Grievance, Anger'

"Now, this is sort of rich, considering Hillary Clinton has a pretty long history of being resentful and angry and full of grievance. Number 5. I suppose I could have stayed home and baked cookies and had teas, but what I decided to do was to fulfill my profession, which I entered before my husband was in public life. You know, I'm not sitting here, some little woman standing by my man like Tammy Wynette. I'm sitting here because I love him and I respect him and I honor what he's been through and what we've been through together. And you know, if that's not enough for people, then heck. Don't vote for him. Wait, by the way, did you hear the accent? This woman is phony as a $3 Bill. Phony. Why? I just love bail and I just love cooking fried chicken and working in the kitchen. And now she's like, stand by my man. I'm not gonna do that. Really, come on, Hillary. All right, cut number 11. The great story here for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it. Is this vast right-wing conspiracy that has been conspiring against my husband since the day he announced for president. And we all remember what happened during the Benghazi hearings. With all due respect, the fact is we had four dead Americans. Was it because of a protest or was it because of guys out for a walk one night who decided they'd go kill some Americans? What difference at this point does it make? It is our job to figure out what happened and do everything we can to prevent it from ever happening again, senator. What happened to miss hill is accent.

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Why You Should Never Try to Scam a Mobster

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:20 min | Last month

Why You Should Never Try to Scam a Mobster

"One night a couple of guys came in and they ordered up a bunch of alcohol, Rebecca notices the car comes up stolen, their credit card comes up stolen or says fraud, something like that. She replied to ally. Alex, just how much they drink. And she says a lot. He's just good. Let them keep drinking. So she doesn't say a word. These guys keep drinking. Keep ordering drinks and popping them back. And finally, ally brings over a bottle of champagne. Hey, guys, I see you spend a lot of money. Yeah, yeah, it's great club. Thank you happy. Let's see, guys. Watch out some more drinks. Come to the back. Me and my partners will have a nice drink on your arm. Oh, that's really nice here. They're going it back. They meet the guys. Well, ally says, I want to show you my wine collection. Come down to the basement. They go to the basement. He and a couple of guys put this one guy in chair. And hit him with phonebooks across the face. You rob my fucking club? Well, you have no idea. This guy, he was ordered to go out and get the $5000. They tried to fleece from the club with fake credit card. And an extra thousand just for the bartender and ally to taste, right? He swore he'd do it before the morning. They said, if you don't do it, we have your license. We know who you are. We know you live. He did it. He came back and somehow got that money but the next day afternoon. That's the kind of shit I saw and was around, not the nightly basis, but I want to on a pretty regular

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AJ Benza Talks About His Time Hosting Mob Parties at 'Rouge'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:07 min | Last month

AJ Benza Talks About His Time Hosting Mob Parties at 'Rouge'

"Crew got a junior's crew was very different. Gambino died back in 1976, and John Gotti was behind bars thanks to testimony from Sammy the bull gravano, but while he was away, his son John Gotti junior started to run the show and intimidating people like stratus who owned restaurants and nightclubs. This is back in the 90s. So John Gotti and his crew stratus says, that's what they lived on. They would shake down every restaurant from the upper east side to midtown. And as a new kid on the block, it was stratos turned to pony up some dumb. Or at least that's what two have Gotti junior's top honcho thought one night. And stratus was not a big dude, not a musculo, but didn't take any shit. He said, what do you guys want? And they said, we want 5000 a month. We're going to break you in those every week. All right, so let me give you a quick answer stratus says, go fuck yourself. That's how he was. He had no fear at all back then. A couple of nights later, someone starts throwing black paint on the dining windows every night. And stratus would go out and scrub them down each morning to make sure to have a nice and clean again for that night's business. Ralphie Coppola noticed this is happening. And he said to stress, sit tight. Don't worry about nothing. I got this. Two days later, transitive phone call from the Ralphie's guys. Tell them to come, they will restaurant called ferrier, very popular vistro called ferry on the upper east side. So when he gets there, Ralph is there with Bucky and all the Gambino composer in the back sitting around. So he sits down with Ralph and Bobby and the 5 heads of the Gambino family. And Ralph basically says to the guys in the Gambino crew, listen, this kid is with us, and you tell John Gotti junior tobacco. What for if he doesn't back off, this thing's gonna escalate. And stratus has said his head just spun around, like, you know, the guys turned around and said, all right, we like this kid. He's a good kid. Don't worry. We'll talk to John junior. We'll squash this and lo and behold, it was squashed. That's the kind of power Ralphie Coppola had back then. And just like that, and I know how this goes because I was put on this protection as well. Stratus was under the protection of the Genovese

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If Others Want to Wear a Mask, Leave Them Be

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:14 min | 3 months ago

If Others Want to Wear a Mask, Leave Them Be

"And we all should acknowledge the mental health lesson because there are people who, you mean, I'm not kidding you. I've got friends who just don't sound rational about their fear of being in public or going somewhere. It's not a rational thing anymore. Now, having said that, maybe you've got a vulnerability, maybe your stage four cancer patient, maybe you have the listeners of vulnerabilities. Let me give you an example in the show. We're in rehearsals last night first night at the theater. There's one kid in the show. He's a wonderful kid. Very polite young man. One of the ensemble members. He wears a mask almost constantly on stage, and he takes it off when he performs, but during rehearsal during meetings during meals where we all have dinner breaks together, he's always got his mask on. And he's young and he's young and healthy. Well, as far as I know, but I don't know his story. I don't know if he's got an elderly grandmother that he takes care of. I don't know that he has somebody in his life. He might be worried about. And guess what? No one has said a word to him nor should they respect that. We got to stop this this virtue signal. I'm not going to wear no mad web knock it off. You know, you don't know that other person's story. Leave them alone. They want to wear masks, let them wear a

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Miss Kay Robertson Shares a Powerful Story About Her Husband Phil

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:26 min | 3 months ago

Miss Kay Robertson Shares a Powerful Story About Her Husband Phil

"Back. I'm talking to miss K Robertson and Lisa Roberts in the book his sister roar and miss K, you just said something. I know you told me this story before, but I can't believe it. You said that your husband Phil, the duck commander, he was so bad, this is it right at the beginning of your marriage, that he threw you and the kids out of the house. He needed some peace because you were nothing but trouble, obviously. Yes, because I was preaching at this at 27. I really, you know, my Jesus and lord of my life. Before I was a small kid, I didn't exactly know what it meant, but I became a Christian, and I just, you know, I tried to suddenly say thanks and not me, but that's what we got. I was being a holy role or something. He didn't like it. So that's when he put us out and I'll never forget it was a rainy night and I had a boat swag and man three little boys piled every time we could get in a Volkswagen and we went to his brother's house and I asked his brother we stay there because feel put us out and he said only one night, only one night you can stay and I was like, okay and then I said, mind if I only one night because I didn't think I'd ever done anything to offend you and he said, hey, it's not you at all. I'm scared to fail. That's what he said. I'm scared of him. So I said, okay, so I can to the present time we live in now and went to the church, the big church that we got to. And I just told him, I said, I need help, you know? And we got in a little apartment, it was paid by what you make. And I already made 250,000 a month. So that's all I had. And me and the boys, we just prayed for him every day, and they got on the bus, probably it's called the pink buses and if you invite the neighbors, like, come, so it really helped my kids with their loss of not having their daddy. But we prayed for him. We prayed for him and then quickly to end this. He came to my work at a lunchtime, and I was coming in from lunch and my girlfriend said, oh no, there's fail and he's lucky he's laying on his steering wheel. She said, what do you think? And I said, I don't know, but I've got to face it and she said, what if what if he's got a gun in his future? I said, well, you've been watching too much. But number two is, you just watch from here and make sure nothing happens to me. So I go out there and he had been crying, and I've never seen Phil cry. You know, big tough man. You know, cry. And so he said, I'm sorry. He said, I love my family. I can't live without my family. And I just can't eat, and I can't sleep, and he said, I want you. I want you back, and I'm sorry about what I did, all those ten years and I said, Bill, this was my heart was going about a hundred miles an hour. And I said, let me tell you something. You can't do it by yourself. You've said a hundred times you were going to quit. And you didn't. And he said, well, I need to talk to somebody, and I said, well, I've got somebody lined up. It was a preacher at the church where I went. And he had this one time in the beer joint. Phil's baby sits your body men there, and he talked to film 5th day. Have you ever been drunk? And I preacher said, yes, I have. He said, but not lightly, and he said, no Phil, not since I come to Jesus.

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A Teaser of the New Groundbreaking Film '2000 Mules'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:58 min | 3 months ago

A Teaser of the New Groundbreaking Film '2000 Mules'

"Check this out We have put together I think the most extensive and inclusive voter fraud organization in the history of American politics Let me say it again The 2020 election was the most secure Election in American history Let me begin by asking a very simple question Do we know the truth about what really happened in the 2020 election Fig millions of Americans know something went wrong and they have little pieces and no one's really put it together I'm agnostic on this question And I am awaiting more information If I believe the president were Nazi I might steal an election Bold accusations require bold evidence And they haven't seen it We had been working on something big Show me the money Can we meet I've been working with Greg Gillis He has a deep background in election intelligence True the vote has the largest store of election intelligence for the 2020 elections in the world No one has more data than we did We identified in Atlanta 242 mules that went to an average of 24 drop boxes that Philadelphia alone We've identified more than 1100 mules What is immune Person picking up ballots and running them to the drop boxes This is not grandma out walking her dog Bad backgrounds bad reputations They are interested in one thing That's money In a no shape in no way in no time is that legal This is organized crime Do you have video evidence 4 million minutes of surveillance video around the country What you're about to see is disturbing So this is 1 o'clock in the morning Don't we all vote at 1 o'clock in the morning One night this person this mule went across 6 counties to 27 different drop boxes

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Petry helps Canadiens beat Rangers 4-3 to end 9-game skid

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 3 months ago

Petry helps Canadiens beat Rangers 4-3 to end 9-game skid

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Bam Adebayo's late dunk lifts Heat over Hawks, 113-109

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 4 months ago

Bam Adebayo's late dunk lifts Heat over Hawks, 113-109

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Little Bit Of Light (MM #4030)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Little Bit Of Light (MM #4030)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. My wife is one of those people who loves to sleep in the pitch black, no light whatsoever. And I'm not just talking about the light from a TV. I'm not talking about the curtains not sitting right. I'm even talking about putting tape over some of the LED lights that are involved with electronic equipment, everything from the fan in our room to the light on the cable box. And interestingly enough, she's onto something, because research now shows that even sleeping with just a little bit of light, even for one night, is not good for your health. It throws off your metabolism. It throws off your entire body just one night, so sleeping in the pitch black is important. I can sleep in just about anything. I don't mind the pitch black. But the little lights as long as they're not staring me in the eye when I wake up, don't bother me so much. But for my wife, she can tell everybody she was right all along. It affects your psychology. It affects your metabolism, light can disrupt everything when you're sleeping, and can increase your risk of chronic illness. How about that? Who would have known? Now, like many, will become more fixated with trying to make everything dark. It's one thing to have a sleep mask, but it's not quite the same thing, is it?

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Little Bit Of Light (MM #4030)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Little Bit Of Light (MM #4030)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. My wife is one of those people who loves to sleep in the pitch black, no light whatsoever. And I'm not just talking about the light from a TV. I'm not talking about the curtains not sitting right. I'm even talking about putting tape over some of the LED lights that are involved with electronic equipment, everything from the fan in our room to the light on the cable box. And interestingly enough, she's onto something, because research now shows that even sleeping with just a little bit of light, even for one night, is not good for your health. It throws off your metabolism. It throws off your entire body just one night, so sleeping in the pitch black is important. I can sleep in just about anything. I don't mind the pitch black. But the little lights as long as they're not staring me in the eye when I wake up, don't bother me so much. But for my wife, she can tell everybody she was right all along. It affects your psychology. It affects your metabolism, light can disrupt everything when you're sleeping, and can increase your risk of chronic illness. How about that? Who would have known? Now, like many, will become more fixated with trying to make everything dark. It's one thing to have a sleep mask, but it's not quite the same thing, is it?

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Little Bit Of Light (MM #4030)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Little Bit Of Light (MM #4030)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. My wife is one of those people who loves to sleep in the pitch black, no light whatsoever. And I'm not just talking about the light from a TV. I'm not talking about the curtains not sitting right. I'm even talking about putting tape over some of the LED lights that are involved with electronic equipment, everything from the fan in our room to the light on the cable box. And interestingly enough, she's onto something, because research now shows that even sleeping with just a little bit of light, even for one night, is not good for your health. It throws off your metabolism. It throws off your entire body just one night, so sleeping in the pitch black is important. I can sleep in just about anything. I don't mind the pitch black. But the little lights as long as they're not staring me in the eye when I wake up, don't bother me so much. But for my wife, she can tell everybody she was right all along. It affects your psychology. It affects your metabolism, light can disrupt everything when you're sleeping, and can increase your risk of chronic illness. How about that? Who would have known? Now, like many, will become more fixated with trying to make everything dark. It's one thing to have a sleep mask, but it's not quite the same thing, is it?

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AJ Reflects on His Friendship With Comedian Jay Mohr

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:21 min | 5 months ago

AJ Reflects on His Friendship With Comedian Jay Mohr

"I listen to an atom corolla shot and by the way, at this point in time, you know, I don't ever care about promoting someone else's podcast, especially someone I love, like H man. And he had Jay moron. And J Moore, the brilliant comedian was on and I didn't know this, but apparently he had an Adderall addiction and went to rehab and the last I saw Jay, he invited me to go see him perform and I did and it was great, he's got such a frenetic energy and a comics brain like few others. And Jay and I got close because he got very friendly with the great comedian Buddy Hackett. And he does a great Buddy Hackett. And at one point I had reached out to him and I said, you know, my father was a best friend with buddy happy in high school, but he hadn't used to come to my apartment in Brooklyn. You know, I'd love to share stories about. And he couldn't believe he got so emotionally almost cry. I went to his apartment, his condo and I think it was Westwood. And marine del Rey, something like that. And you know, we had a great night. This was way back in the early days of the podcast and Jay was, you know, very emotional about the fact that I had a connection to Buddy Hackett. And I saw him did a couple of pills that night. But he told me their heart pills because, you know, we're all getting up there in age. In fact, he said that night. I'm getting old. I fought when I pee and I ain't laughed 'cause I understand that. And then I saw him in concert not long after that. At the last factory, the comedy store or something like that, and then, you know, I hung out with him and Jeannie bus one night, his squeeze, and she's a great woman, and I learned from again. You know, we crossed paths. He called me. We chickened on each other, but then he kind of disappeared. And I learned from the Adam Carolla show that Jay was in rehab. And he's been a year sober

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Durant has 31 in return but Heat rally to beat Nets 113-107

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Durant has 31 in return but Heat rally to beat Nets 113-107

"Kevin Durant was back in action for Brooklyn but bam Adebayo had thirty points and eleven rebounds with six assists to lead the heat to a one thirteen one oh seven victory over the nets Tyler hero added twenty seven points for the heat who bounced back from a tough loss to Milwaukee one night earlier Duran had thirty one points in his first game since suffering a sprained left knee ligament on January fifteenth his return from a twenty one game absence inspired the next to a sixteen point lead but Brooklyn fell to five and seventeen since his injury I'm Dave Ferrie

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Dr. Eggerichs: Respect to Your Son Is a Positive Regard to His Spirit

Focus On the Family Daily Broadcast

01:32 min | 5 months ago

Dr. Eggerichs: Respect to Your Son Is a Positive Regard to His Spirit

"At the top level, when a mom is supplying that sun with that respect, what is being achieved? How is that response? What does it look like? Well, I define it as a positive regard toward the spirit of your boy. When you're spitting mad at him, and one of the things that I want mothers to know is not to move into shame as they're listening to this because mothers immediately begin to think of those moments where they've stepped over line. And I want them just to relax here. This is just an insight. In addition to your love, I want you to think about some vocabulary words that can soften him, especially when you're trying to get through to him. But in terms of the question you're asking, it's a positive regard toward his spirit. See, the gestures of contempt that the University of Washington study that females manifest, her eyes darken, face turned sour, hand on the hip, scolding thinker, the sigh, the role of the eyes, the head goes back, and when estrogen kicks in, the word choice of contempt is incredible. Women will fight with words. Okay, but I say to, you know, do you speak disrespectfully to your husband? Yes, but he should know I didn't mean it. I will stop mid sentence. He should know I didn't, and in unison, all the women say, mean it. I didn't mean it. And mothers don't mean it toward their boys. But the way in which that boy is filtering that is imam is using this topic to send me a message that she doesn't like who I am, she doesn't respect who I am, and she finds me unacceptable. And I can give an illustration between how a mother would confront her teen daughter one night and the next night confront her teen son in the very same way and show you why there is a huge difference

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Mark Levin Reflects on Latest Abraham Lincoln Documentary on HISTORY

Mark Levin

01:55 min | 6 months ago

Mark Levin Reflects on Latest Abraham Lincoln Documentary on HISTORY

"There's a documentary that's on about Lincoln And eventually this before on the history channel And what's remarkable is that documentary its first night was up against my show on Sunday And yet we had over 2 million viewers which is massive for a Sunday Night at 8 p.m. eastern And yet I DVR didn't watched it After my show and I watched it the next night When you watch a show like that you watch the show on Churchill or you watch a show on Washington and so forth You know why these are great men These are great men that make extraordinarily difficult decisions while all the men and women around them are running around like chickens without a hit While they're getting all kinds of static all kinds of input all kinds of competing ideas and contradictory ideas What the people will and won't support and on and on and on and you have to mentally push your way through all that to try and figure out what the right thing is to do and how to get in front of the situation Lincoln insisted on keeping the union together And he eventually came to the position always opposed to slavery always That slavery had to be a rallying cry as well And no better man than Frederick Douglass Embraced him Be signed the Emancipation proclamation Was extremely unpopular in some quarters including in the north among so called moderate Democrats who had sided with the union

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"one night" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

05:41 min | 10 months ago

"one night" Discussed on The big d zone

"Joined the first dinner of the first part of the ceiling carnival crews and all that good stuff. I don't know what i'm gonna do naphtha. Tomorrow forgot they are having the thought. Thought i forgot about that. I wanted to do that. Shoot i wanted to go there crap. Get it craps. Wow but nonetheless off. Because i'm now i mean there's just so much a lot to do the first day and This so much freedom. I missed all the feed him. I missed it. So like i said before mask is being occurred but the only places as being forced on the elevators and some venues that are that are required I haven't pocket. I take it off. Like when i'm eating. Oh daily routine and spaghetti threat sauce. You're on excellent. Thank you. And i have a podcast that failed to the citizen and that nice pretty nine thank you and how long have you been working in two thousand sixteen excellent. Thank you very much and And i'm definitely going to join my fellow fight now and i'm gonna call us an dinner and take pictures and all that i'm having a blast already kill thank you so as you heard dinner is yes so i'm gonna go ahead and and i'm gonna take pictures on the plate here so i will be back after dinner or probably when i get back.

"one night" Discussed on The big d zone

The big d zone

06:58 min | 10 months ago

"one night" Discussed on The big d zone

"Dj. And i am having my first dinner on a cruise right about that for ten on a cruise and one of the small hotel of charts restaurant. It's fifteen dollars if you want to do it any part of sailing that you want. Now i'm not gonna main dynamo tonight because anything if they decided to have elegant night on the first night of course What are they doing you know. Some people aren't going to have suitcase ready unless they have it there by now But they haven't elegant night the first night of the cruise. But i will go do the one of the specialty restaurant. What does the pasta. Now i had it before. But it's been two years of that pasta on a carnival cruise ship. And i know that kind of always deliver already had several already and so So it's very beautiful. I love the decor. Everything is cheerful. Everything very open. And i just love it. I just love. It had the window. The view of one of the the Not the temple. But one of the Longer decks here in this kind of ties sunrise him me with the mass But they are encouraging. But they're not unfortunate. I forgot before. I forget my man before i went to the elevator back room and got it. I haven't got my lane your dead for my car. And so after this i'm going to go to Probably the casino to get the land for the card and this is some breath for you. Okay thank and yeah. I was just doing my podcast by now that i'm in again and name. Yeah nice media and our time that you already know that you know how to deliver break service and everything like that. I don't you got a great serve and everything and everything is going gone. Go well thank you so thank you so with that. That was from my waiter and then we bread. But i'm probably not gonna eat all of these anyway. But i'm just waiting for my other course here so talking to you define citizens of big the country so I will let you know what that is. And then after that. I probably will talk to you because my phone battery is going by real fast. Don't know why does that But hopefully next time. I talked to you either in a casino or when i do the one i go back into the home for god before this show welcome afford show. I will talk to you after dinner. Okay does this prince d day again deleon. Jeff awesome lane. I mean. I made it but the appetizer before the main meatball very delicious very delicious. I tell the ticket commandant decided spaghetti and we have another now now. Halley have much of the announcement. I play but i am going to do the welcome aboard show Later on tonight though after dinner. I'm gonna get me my lanyard. And i'm gonna get me my tears deborah packets and all that good stuff and hopefully i can try to do dealer no deal. They have a deal or no deal on this cruise. But they're not gonna have until wednesday. We'll just a shame. They got all this and they're not going to have that day. But i will be taken and deal or no deal probably due to for the dollar car. Why why not you know. why not. So can't hardly here. And i tied to ask to see if i could hear the announcements when i'm in my room. Unfortunately the only announcement that i was able to hear the state of faith in when they did the announcements in alabama. But other than that not going to do too much on the first night. Because i'm here for almost I'm here for the duration of this trip and alto the duration of the Tip because of a bad the bed. I got plenty of time on this done by plenty of time to of last and do whatever i want and all that good stuff so yeah i might go to the casino tonight. I'm not sure. But i haven't a fabulous time already with the dinner and The rest of the staff here at cal l capitan. Oh very good very good. So i will be doing pictures on facebook pre bikes for those well. But i'll be definitely pizzas on facebook and the pay fifty country. Llc very chatty. I will be Picture of my meal on facebook and on the country llc and hopefully on twitter. as well. i don't know how much i will be able to get up this trip. But i did get the premium package or so far is working and i was able to watch youtube. Knew who knows like cumulus away. Probably my make sure. I'll get that on the next part of. I don't think i got. I think i did but i guess i'll find out one at one time but right now i'm just so glad to be home on this deal so and the bread is no way that i want to go on my dinner for the The main causes of the dinner and not be able to enjoy my bed. So i'll probably take that in the room with me. So maybe habit with lots of possibilities. Lots of possibility. I'm enjoying myself. i'm really am. I mean this was worth fighting for. This was worth the fight. Thank you thank you thank you. So this is kristie jay. I.

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"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

The Bernard Bergan Podcast

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

"And i'm always challenged that more people come to sunday service than the prayer meeting. I don't understand your observation you said well. The worship is always awesome but by because preaching foolishness and the prayer powerful and some more people come to here foolishness and it will come to a place of power. I always remembered that stuck with so. I'm thankful that we can gather in the place of power because this is where real changes occur. We start with the clear in the word over our lives during my twenty nine eleven we start with aligning with heaven emitting that we have need of a god. We have need of a savior that we're only human that we can't do these things along remembering that we need direction remembering that who wait on the lord. So renew their strength. Or god being challenged by your word deuteronomy thirty one. That says. Be strong and courageous. Do not fear or got so many of us a running from the work that we heard in the end. The devotional dane psalms ninety sixteen or seventeen or got it times. You know we forget that she did not give us a spirit of fear that she only give us power love and stuff trump. No god sometimes. Things seem out of control blue. God if we're truly after your heart if we're truly submitted to your will three season what does that mean. God means that we have self control against the spirit. It's a little guy we ask that you in this season in this moment today. Just take our spiritual gifts notch. So we can be in are doing so we can be in are doing so we can be which he called us to be in what we get to do it whereas be still and know that i got a lot of us. Don't have a god because we're not still enough to know that you are a god out so we humbly knowledge that we need to save your. We humbly acknowledge that we need your forgiveness daily. We need your insight billion. We need.

"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

The Bernard Bergan Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

"Want to challenge you to do is stop doing it a long. Lean on those around. You have the boldness to show your wounds. Both visible and vulnerable guys. I believe a lot of the pressure that men are up under. I don't know about you all. But i know a lot of what i consider very young men between five and forty five leaving the planet many of those by their own hand suicide and i'm always challenged by. What pressures are they up on that they feel they can't share guys divorce. You know men who have been and serving god living a healthy life being there for their children co-parenting if that's a part of what they have to do find those men lean on them. Give them what they have to offer and allow them to give you. What's yours that they have to offer. Does one of the things we must practice. We must practice is the law of patience and perseverance. Patience and perseverance work the process that is necessary for the time that is required and solve the problems that show up along the way guys so many times we are thinking about publishing the book and we have even written but your process right the book. And then when that's done and you send it off to the editor. Now you can start thinking about how the book is going to be published. Perseverance is being relentless about doing what needs to be done for as long as it takes. Perseverance is essential because there will be plans and projects. That require a great deal of efforts and endurance. If you are relentless you don't give up you. Don't listen to the quitting voice. You trust the process. You do the work and you keep going basis that the strength of will patience is the strength of will to navigate obstacles and challenges. You will face as you work. The process patience is essential because there will.

"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

The Bernard Bergan Podcast

04:58 min | 1 year ago

"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

"I want you to consider why. God silence the men are gone because it would have been his words that took the amount of the purpose and position that got hit placed in is child was john the baptist person who baptized jesus and in his state is traditions. He would've spoke against he would a boarded with his words. What god place in his heart. Things got told him with. Do i wonder in this moment in this even and i keep telling you nothing will ever be the same. What are you a boarding your worth. Maybe your purchasing at home which are double minded. You're speaking against the process. Part of us like the price is too high. I was like by the house. Let me worry about the price. Maybe god wants you to shift to a new location from kelley. The miami moving to atlanta shifting your family to a different country. Your words are a boarding the process. Your words you heard god. Clearly you prayed you saw council and is green everywhere but butcher tradition. I won't be close to mom in them. No more mom in them could move. My momma did seattle area. Why because i'm here my brothers here would they babies and she moved to be closer to us with our words. We can aboard the truth that god placed in our heart. We can abort the work that god has versa mississippi. Then we can abort the progress we see in our children who were at for time prodigal way. We're just like we were in a season of our lives. What are you a boarding words tony. This was a man of god who worked in the temple. Who knew he was talking to andrew. He wasn't scared. You okay this age. I get it but when it came for the part. He had to do the way he had to carry the lions he had to face the fiery furnace. He had to stand in. You wanted to use his words to abort the process guys. I've been.

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"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

The Bernard Bergan Podcast

05:24 min | 1 year ago

"one night" Discussed on The Bernard Bergan Podcast

"Guys. I don't read minds. I suspect most of us. Don't guys we all have pains all have sars we all have tribulations all have things that were carrying this. This is called wisdom wednesdays it says but if we are why we know that there's always tomorrow we know that there is something to press awards. We know that there are some people that we are doing this four guys when my when my wife benign nine to of the purchase a home and and this is for any brother going through that process right now guys it was amazing challenging process Yes in my area of the world. There is racism and they wanna stare people from community. Look lightning talk like you think like beats a certain neighborhoods and you know we we. We just weren't having. It just happened that we wanted a place that could be safe enough so that any family member could come and just walk around the neighborhood and save gets the stores that they shop at frequent and we persisted in that when it came to the size of home we wanted. We watched people question. Like y'all don't have kids by all need all that type of home. Yeah go ahead and find me and you realtor what you mean. I thought i was here wheelchair now. You need to find another one. 'cause i refuse to help you make money when you talk to me like that i refuse win. We persisted the day. We got the keys for a house. I watched my wife crying. Praise god is she said bernard you know we've lived in some beautiful places but i never thought you would purchase a home for us because you've always said what are we going to buy a home for. It's just to us. But then when i watched all my family members able together not just on the holidays anytime they want to and get what they mean i talked to this is why we purchased the home so that people can be here they can find their place of peace place the space their place where they can just be cared for they can come get a meal they come just bring the kids and go find.

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"one night" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"one night" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"Ceo making a great prophet on them and bought me other goods in gas of the growth and fashion of the island city Were about to stop on their homeward voyage. I m boxing Ship all says and going into the king thanked him for others favoritism friendship and craved his leave to return to my own land and friends. He farewelled me and bestowed on me. Great store of the country stuff and produce and i took leave of him and embarked that we set sail on federal nights. Sundays by the permission of allow almighty and fortune served us and faked favored us so that we arrived in safety at bustle city where a landed. Rejoice that my safe return to my nato soil. After a short stay. I sat out for baghdad. The house of peace which door of commodity great price reaching the cetane. You time i went straight to my own quarter and entered my house. Where all my friends and kinsfolk came to greet me. That i bought me unix concubines. Servants a negro slaves still. I had allowed establishment. And i brought me houses and lands and gardens till i was richer and in better case than before return to enjoy the society of my friends familias more seriously than the forgetting all had suffered of fatigue in hardship in strange shoot every peril of travel and i applied myself to all manner of joyce and solace and delights eating thanks to lines and drinking delicious wines and my wife the loudest state of things to enjoy all. This is the story of my first voyage. And tomorrow in shallower. I will tell you. The tail of the second of my seven. Voyages safety metallised detail then. Symbol the seamen made symbol landsman suck with him and bank. Give him one hundred gold pieces saying that. Was chad us with i company these day the porta phantom and taking the gift went his way pondering that which he had had an mosley mightily at what thinks betide mankind pasta night in his own place and without morning repent abode of simba the seaman. Who received him with obama and seated him by side as soon as the rest of the company was assembled he certainly and drink before them when they had well eaten drunken and when mary and in chessel case he took his discourse and recounted to them in these woods the narrative of the second voyage. Of simba the semen..

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"one night" Discussed on Harvard Classics

Harvard Classics

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"one night" Discussed on Harvard Classics

"With exceeding marvel and hardly made sure that they had doomed. Before i came to tell the when i heard ginny my herdsmen's words i went out with him and i was drunken without wine from the excessive join gladness which came upon me until i reached his house their his daughter welcomed me and kissed my hand force with the cough came and formed upon me as before qualify to the hudson's daughter. Is this true that the house as of this cough cost she gay. Oh my monster. He is the son. The very core of their heart are rejoiced and said to her own. Maiden if thou would release him sign shelby would have katelyn. Property of mine are underway father's hand. She smiled answered. Oh my master. I have agreed for the goods nor will take them save on two conditions. The first that thou mary me today son and the second that i may be which her who bewitched him and imprison her otherwise. I cannot be safe from her malice malpractices now when i heard ginny these. The words of the herdsmen's daughter are replied beside. What's our ask. All the cattle in the household staff in my father's charge assign and as for the daughter of my uncle. How blood is lawful to see when i had spoken. She took a cup and filled with water. Then she recited to spell over it and sprinkled on the coff- saying if almighty allah created the cough remain so shaped and change not but if being shotted returned to their will form by command of allah most highest and low he trembled and became a man. Then i fell on his neck and said allah upon the. Tell me all that. The daughter of my uncle did by z and by mother and when he told me what had come to pass between them. I said oh my son. All our favorite theme was one to restore the and i write hus- returned to the then ginny. I married the huntsman's daughter to him. And she transformed my wife into this gazelle saying how shape is commonly by no means loathsome after this report with us night and day day and night till the almighty took her to himself when she deceased son fed forced to the cities of hind. Even to the city of this man who has done to the what has been done and i also took this gazelle my cousin and wondered with her from town. To town seeking tidings of my son 'til destiny drove me to this place whereas all the mutton sitting in tears such as my tail.

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"one night" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

Pool Podcasts

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"one night" Discussed on Pool Podcasts

"Pearl had a lot of things going against him that day because corrie was using the soft break. And that really got under earl skin He was yelling at corey's and be a man hit him like a man I mean he got real insulting. and then Scott smith was the tournament director and he was having trouble racking the balls so he was having to go forward of the spot half a ball like we do. We have trouble for racking the balls and earl said no. That's no good. Because you're not doing that for corey and i wasn't close enough to the table to be able to make a determination whether that was true or not and real also accused scott of slanting the rack to that or the other so that he couldn't make a wing ball I never i mean url would say look at this look out crooked and i was standing on the other end of the table of course out beyond the the spectator ropes. And i couldn't see that there was any slant to the rack but it just got crazier and crazier and crazier and Corey was playing it. Cool you know he would. He would ignore at least this way. I remember it. we're going to be talking to cory. We'll get his version of it and He wouldn't say anything he'd just be real quiet and get up and soft break and I have to say earl got every bad role in the book on that stuff break. He'd come to the table so many times with not with no shot and He got upset real upset and finally Scott rack the balls and earl said they're loose. They're not touching and scott said yes they are and they argued back and forth and finally scott said break or unscrew. Your cue and quit nash. Earl did he left and you know we. We have tournament promoters or are not terminal promoters. we have tournament directors. Now who you know. They're they're well known. Names scott was a very well known tournament director. I mean he. He's been interacting with earl for how long prior to this.

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"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

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"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

08:12 min | 2 years ago

"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

"It's not. Saying that much, it's kind of like do I. Like these characters on my onboard with as I think it's sometimes hard to. Parse through the either like it or you don't, and I think that people feel times like more vindicated not to like a comedy because. It's hard. It'd be like that was a bad drama. I've always believed it's like it's easier to say I didn't find that funny, so it doesn't work. It's not a good movie and and I understand there's this is a gray area, but It's interesting though how you could. Comedies get dismissed. Allot. Mediocre comedies get dismissed very violently. whereas mediocre is really kind of get by unscathed. Fine Not Groundbreaking. You know like I. Think the Mumble. Corps movement is essentially built up with. Now you're part of what I've been doing in quarantine with my boyfriend is. A lot of the big studio comedies of the last. Ten years. He just figured he wasn't that interested in them. They only got average. Rotten tomatoes scores, SUV going back and I've been making him watch the Gruber's of the world and being like Lazar imported. Where have you been? Watching these, you haven't seen stepbrothers. We're taking care of that right now. Oh my God i. was this reaction to it? He really likes stepbrothers. Actually he's he. We watched He had never seen walk hard so. Walk hard last week and I appreciate that he loved it and I appreciate that he was like I. Don't understand. We ever made another biopic again after that movie. But it's interesting. It's again it's. Also watching. Not In a crowd, it's so interesting I've the stepbrothers. The hardest ever laughed. I saw the test screening with a slightly longer cut. I was like Oh. My God, the same way I felt about. Seem Borat not screening? One of these movies like you're just, there's something to be said for the audience getting in, and when you're in a credit screening I've been in critic screenings. Because like you go, because someone invites you. It's deadly quiet, because not necessarily always, nor people were talking about this movie working really well Em-. Like on the first one houses and it's like Oh. That does make a difference. The audience that you're surrounded by makes a big big difference. It's so does I mean when you cook and you go, and you review. Say a comedy at a screening is. It, usually as the comedies where the studios make a big deal about inviting lots of people you know radio giveaways and stuff to make sure that the theater is full so that people are laughing because it does make a difference because critics. I don't know what our problem is, but we really don't laugh with just around each other almost like we want to. There's a protectiveness like we want to keep all the jokes for ourselves. I noticed that was a joke I hope everybody else didn't notice. It was I'm going to talk my review and I'll point out the humor that they didn't even get. I don't know what it is, but it's true. It's true thing and honestly even copper was talking about this. When he made this movie like he said that part of the reason, he had a hard time casting it. Sure the script was bad. It sounds like I mean Merrill. Lawyers said that when she saw the movie. The script that was on the screen was totally different than what she read but Capela. Also said you know. Nobody wanted to be in this movie. Because actors don't like comedies, they don't think comedies are dynamic melodramas. Nobody gets hurt. Nobody killed nobody raped. That's one of the things he said in there. in that even finding the cast willing to be a good movie and make it good is harder when it's a comedy and this is back in the thirties. Well, it's interesting because I also think that you can make a beeline to a lot great. Comedians who then score huge? They're the funniest people ever, and then then they wanna make dramas you know, and then your audience gets upset because when I came to you because you make me laugh, not because of this and as someone who is. In this business I see both sides of that, but it is an interesting. This pushing pull by comedy being a lower class. Endeavor you know, but I I really do believe at the end of the day. Comedy is the thing that is so uniquely personal like I will never. I will never like make fun of someone thinking something is funny or I. Hope I don't do that because. It made you laugh. It worked. It works and if it doesn't make me laugh, that's okay. We're different people, but there's no one thing that makes everybody laugh. That's why there are. Such different performers in this world I mean there. Are you know it's and they're not packed with the same people, not everyone that goes to see you know Ronnie Chang is going Dave Chapelle show, it's not it's not the same ground. It's true, and that makes me respect even more. What chaplain does the chaplain? I may comedies? Comedies are art. He's saying there art for the beginning. Because I would say you know what happened tonight is not that great in terms of cinematography really. Doesn't even even something a little bit later like. Mr! Smith goes to Washington I. Think has more memorable images in my head besides the plot images like I remember the the wall of Jericho, but it's not visually striking. It's more negatively striking to me. More character driven. in so chaplain is always saying that there should be no difference between art and I respect that he kept trying to prove that point over and over again even if it doesn't seem like it caught on that deeply. Yeah, well. I mean we're talking about comedy and I. Think that there's one thing that everyone can agree on. The Simpsons are funny and the simpsons. Do of version of this in their show. Is There Simpson's amy? No, there's not what I. Don't really know so what I wound up pulling instead, and this is going to be a little bit confusing audio listen is I pulled in episode of the Simpsons called. Thursday's Abbey in this is win over quarter. A reporter starts interviewing. GRANDPA Simpson about all of his memories I. Actually talking about reporters, even as interesting I was thinking ran on is watching this film and Philadelphia Story? Story and even stuff like all the president's men. How reporters are these figures in these films? We've been watching. They get to break boundaries. You know reporters are kind of the consistent people who get to talk to high and low and mix everybody up, and like say rude things and burst into places where they're not wanted I mean reporters characters who get to do everything they're kind of. superheroes when it comes to negotiating classiest worlds, so I appreciate that about quarters, but the reporter in this episode. Abby is kind of bad, and he ends up going to kill GRANDPA Simpson. He can write his death story and get a Pulitzer for it. One of the stories that Grandpa Simpson keeps telling him as the time that he was shining shoes in a train came into town and Clark Gable was on the train and shined Clark Gable shoes. So this is from the end of that episode where Clark Gable's ghost returns to say hi to Grandpa Simpson. Don't have the right words to say how I really feel about you, but at least I. Know How to beat up a guy who does well. At least you never tried to kill me Janice within difference. This is. It's a good quarter, but you'll be able to spend it pretty. Soon I don't know if I would say. That's a good Clark Gable impression. I mean. I don't know, but I'm so surprised that the leg hasn't been used here. Really kind of blown away by well. Who is can you imagine flashing? Could march slash leg. I can't imagine Lisa flashing. Right well, we've done it for. It happened one night. We ask except. Except except I wanNA. Play you a little Song Paul. What you got I, will you know I got really interested in this bugs bunny. A car cable connections is Google around trying to learn more about it and I discovered This is not a song, but I could sing it to you that people who own rabbits say that rabbit should not be eating that many carrots in that because of bugs, bunny people keep feeding rabbits carrots, and that's not good for their health. It's too much sugar so in a way. Clark Gable is to be blamed for modern. Day Rabbit Obesity. Problem, but here's a song from bugs bunny singing. How much he loves care Oh, CAMEROTA defined. You get a dozen full. Resign.

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"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

07:40 min | 2 years ago

"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

"By the way, did you catch the film that pokes fun at this Dun Dun da well. The walking down the aisle seen. No, what is that? I'm going to take a gamble I don't know we've talked about this that you love space balls. Oh, yes I can get a reference faecal earlier in the I was literally GonNa like. What I said it was like the first time you ever saw some. Walk out of you know. Walk off the altar. The mantle is taken by space balls. That's funny. I do yeah, it has face most evident CNN minute it opens up with a bride running out of a wedding, and it ends with a bride walking down the aisle to maybe married this dude again and her dad is there, and this is what he's telling her. We ought jazzercise here together. Then why answer tell me he didn't take the money I didn't think it was important. May I continue pleased. Side she asked me not to you. Thank you. To John. Princess Best. and Princess Bathroom. I'm sorry it's the hair. Prints Value In the bonds of Holy Matrimony Cedo now. Don't you see he loves me? Excuse me I'm trying to conduct a wedding here. which has nothing to do with loud? Please be quiet. Sorry I'm sorry. Don't be sorry quiet. Amy So fun by the way. Did you know that There's a certain moment when I was going to work on space balls to with Mel Brooks. What's yeah crazy? Yeah, had a crazy meeting with mel and it was awesome. It was really great just to hear him speak about the movie that he wanted to make and Obviously, we didn't wind up doing it, but I if he ever gets to make it and I hope he does He's still got all that energy. He's one of the most amazing people I've ever kind of interacted with. Amazing I would love to have a Mel Brooks movie on the list. Oh me too I mean. You know again. This is a romantic comedy on this list, and not to say that you know. We talked about blazing saddles, and we talked about chain. You know there are these movies that are so big that I think belong on this list there. They're part of the the fabric of our American cinema. We don't acknowledge all the time. Move talked about this a ton. It's true. I mean you can't say that you know Mary Pickford was making romantic comedies, but they weren't exactly like this. You know this really is our template for how comedies go, you could. Maybe that's not even incredibly emotionally healthy. Did, it does like if. You, he loves you. this is what love looks like even never totally fully see them in love. Love Love Love, Love Love Love Love Love But it is the mold you know it. Really. It is the the giant Jello nineteen thirty four art deco mold with all of the whip, cream, and fruit inside of it that. Continue to feast on. I love that I love that analogy, and also it gave us bugs bunny. Yes I read about this. It's actually really fascinating I. Please I. WanNa hear you explain it. Yeah, L. Actually throw the mic over to one of the animators of bugs. This a documentary called bugs bunny superstar, explaining that they had been on the lot trying to come up with a cartoon character. They weren't sure what bugs, but he was going to be like. And then they saw this movie where there's the seed were Clark Gable is leaning against the fence eating carrots. Some people thought it might have been Groucho Marxist. Cigar that inspired bugs carrot. But the idea really came from Clark Gable in CAPRA's. It happened one night. As Gable and Claudette Colbert were hitch hiking by the side of the road. Gable started shopping on a carrot hours I looked at him. I didn't see Gable. All I saw was a big rabbit chewing on McCarron. That's. Bright Cheerful quick statement about it, but yeah that kind of cocky attitude of bugs bunny, and there are few movie stars. We can credit for combining to create the character of bugs bunny. Bogart in him to shore. The this idea of I'm smarter than everybody. I'm a little bit checked out I. Get to call the shots and eat a lot of carrots and I'm like a duck. Nicknames by the way there's a great movie with Clive Owen. Where eats carrots? On my shoot up I love that movie and it's a great kind of. It's basically like a cartoon violent film, but I wanted to go a little bit. Even further on this. You know There was a character in this film that we never meet called Bugs Dooley so that's where they got the name bugs bunny from and And apparently furthermore you. Simply Sam was inspired by Alexander Andrews and pepper. PUGH is based on King Wesley. No yeah, so it really it goes deep into a looney tunes, which I really really love. I mean to me King Westley. Doesn't have. Lost, he's such a cold dead fish, but it is funny that she swaps out one king for another you know, she's engaged to a guy named king, and the first time we gable all of these men around calling him king, treating him link king gave a was actually a one point crowned king, Hollywood by Ed. Sullivan is a tiny ceremony. The put a crown. Crown on his head. If you go of it, they are on Youtube. The sound quality was a little bad so I didn't pull it. It's like staticky and one of the clips mislabels the girl that he's with his Colbert and says at the Oscars. This is not it's a totally different time, but it's a Gable Myrna Loy being crowned King and Queen of Hollywood. Awhile you know speaking of things. We can't really show because it's so visual. We haven't talked about the most meetable part of this movie, which is of course you talk about a little bit about her legs. Being so great in this film, but this is the moment that really inspires so many so many. Duplicates I mean from Laurel and hardy to sex in the city to We have seen this like show off your games moment and I was trying to figure out how could play moments from a but it it really. Everyone is tipping their hats. This movie every like you know because it's such an identifiable moment. It is and I think it works so well because you see his frustration it. I think we overuse the word man's planning I think sometimes people are just explaining things, and they happen to the men So you're saying here, is that we kind of overused that term a little bit. As I don't WanNa say that Gable. His man's planning hitchhiking because she doesn't know how to Hitchhike I. Don't think it's a man's Blaine if he was explaining something, she already knows. It's a man's where you go. She's know about the bus. Just know about this. She's learning how to be on the road. But is bragging about how he could write a book about hitchhiking at his complete frustration when he tries all of his moves, they fail. It sets up so great. Her kind of confidence slightly condescending way of walking out there the way she plants her leg. She like plants. It adjusted a little bit. It's not just like a sexy shot. It's like it's a determined movement which I brush it. Yeah, she fishing. She's Fitch fishing for ride. Like I feel like he's really displaying that.

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05:11 min | 2 years ago

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"Career, you see movies of him without the mustache from a year or two before this which are terrifying to look at like. They had a display like they hadn't play a heavy because he actually wasn't. Any did have to worry a little bit about h-how cameras filmed him to look. You should've had empathy because everybody hated his. His ears and he was always getting made fun of his ears, but gable without the mustache a year before this before. He's even this good at hiding his ears. You're like WHO's that guy? He does not look like the Gable. He's going to become and yet it's so interesting that he it plays here in and gone with the wind. This character of like a macho manly man who likes to who when? When he sees a powerful woman who wants to drag her down just a little bit, take her down a notch like make her respect him as much as she loves and respects herself. We if you'RE GONNA, look at the biography of it I mean we talked about this before, but gable is a guy who, when he was a young struggling actor, he married a wealthier theater woman who was seventeen years older. Older than him who pygmalion Tim. She was basically like we could be an actor, but your teeth. They're bad you. Your ears are bad. You need a makeover. And she made him handsome like he had an older richer wife made him handsome gave him his career. He used a bit of a gold digger. In that situation is that he spends his whole movie being like Oh you women gold digging you're. Always like okay, do wah okay I, think capitalism is the like this movie. Four Gable he felt like was the real gable. You know that this was the kind of character that he should have been playing in film over and over again he felt like a lot of the Times. You didn't get to play. It is well as this you know. They had that that what he feels like this part had that even something like on the win Mrs is that this gable is a man of the people you know who he is a person who like. Not even not even rough and tumble knows the streets, but just knows the average person you know he's he's A. He's an ordinary person he didn't. End CAPRA's on was that gable didn't like playing the larger than life version of this that he sometimes did have to do in Garner through and that he preferred playing the ordinary guy picking up a woman and not the great lover. That's interesting like. Yeah I. Guess I mean the I mean this. He Great Lover and Gone With the wind feels I don't see the difference I mean that's sort of like I. Wonder if that's an actor thing like that. He's like Oh, I'm different here, but like I feel like it's this really just feels the same to me. Yeah. It's interesting I. Mean 'cause right so much of this doesn't have to do with what he's doing on in the movie, it has to do with how people react to him, which is a little out of his control I, mean imagine being Clark Gable it cured his era in the nineteen forties Edgar Clark. Gable, and you are. Everybody knows that you are Adolf Hitler's favourite actor. A? That's fun. Yeah, yeah, everybody knows that Adolf Hitler loves you so much that even though you're fighting in World War Two four the Americans Adolf Hitler has told his men that. If you capture gable, you have to bring him back to him alive. I mean how is that? That is crazy. I didn't know that. Yeah I mean I've tried to be like to walk along and that human carapace in no, no this about yourself, Adolf, Hitler. The Camin at least he knows that if he's captured, he was going to be treated really well. So amy I mean talking about this movie, it also breaks a couple of rules that we know here, too. Which is also movie where the first? Time! We ever see a bride. Leave someone at the alter. Well. The I I i. Yes, apparently, I mean I'm basing it on Internet research so the Internet always right, but is what happened here, and it's also the first time where the two tagging never kiss, or I guess I should say that the first time it's quite unusual and I didn't realize that until after I read it because we're talking about the sexual tension they have. And I didn't miss. They didn't care because I felt like they're. They're like. I feel like their connection was so. Intense but I didn't did you miss the kiss. You know honestly I. Do miss a little bit of the seeing them together at the ending. Because we see them hate each other in yell. We'd never see the makeup. We just hear it off hand. We, hear it. We hear it in this Turco seen. Couple of yeah. If you asked me I don't believe the married. I seen the license. They made me get him a rope and a blanket on a night like this. What are your Meadville? Final I just bring them a trumpet trumpet. Yeah, one toy things sent me to the store to get it from what? DO THEY WANNA trumpet. No?.

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07:24 min | 2 years ago

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"I know I. Know Trust me I live with me every day. Exactly kind of makes sense by Julia Roberts as Mary her EP right if. It ended also make sense because it is true I. Think like when you're a woman in. Hollywood, you have to be especially careful how your photograph? Because if you're not considered hot, your work dries up faster than if you were a man. In Hollywood is not considered hot. You know it just it sucks, but anyways so critical. There was considered a difficult woman which means when she reluctantly did this movie because nobody wanted to this movie. Everybody thought this movie sucked. Sucked. Everybody thought the script was bad. Myrna Loy a who you adore said it was like the worst script she had ever read in Catholic anybody to do this movie. Clinical bear only did it under duress when she said like double my salary and shooting four weeks, and then fine I'll do it. I don't WanNa work with Capri, but we'll do it in. They gave in because they're so desperate to get somebody to make this movie for them. Everybody said No. You're the one person who said yes was constant Bennett. Do you know her at all I? Do yes, she was part of a really posh family out here. Yes. She wanted she wanted to do the film, but her only caveat was that she was able to produce it. and Columbia was like Oh. Yeah, no, no, no, you can't do that. Which I thought was so interesting like. Movie. They're having a hard time. Casting this one person comes, and again it's. Keeping her out of power to a certain degree, so that was really interesting. That I also love that. She wanted to get in that game that producing game in nineteen, thirty four. OUT OF TIME YEAH! It's amazing, but yet so basically. What happened on this is that CAPRA in Gable. Teamed up made a lot of fun of cobre like Kabir would pounce on her when she had to be in the bedroom scenes i. don't think she really liked that very much. Her physically pounds physically A joke like you're in bed. Ha, ha, Orleans barely like during the final Jericho seen or the second to last Eric was there in the hotel, and she comes and tells him that she loves him. gable, pulled her down to him when she came up from behind the sheets and he he had a hammer under the blanket where his crotch was. Hand on the Hammer, and she screamed and freaked out and everybody made fun of her. Well I was see. That seems like a fun frank, but I didn't want people to take that seriously. Yeah. Apparently Gable wasn't very nice onset either you know that he was resentful, because as she had negotiated her salary to be six times what he made. His he was under contract not with Columbia. This is a Columbia film, but he was under contract with MGM IN MGM was mad at him. Actually clip that I wanNA. Play about this, but I'm Jan was mad at him, and so they basically like gave him to Capra, and said make this shitty movie as Punishment Veer Matt at him though because he has this affair with Joan Crawford Right. I think that could be part of it I mean I think he does also just. Louis B Mayer's like I'm the boss. Man I mean it's so interesting, though because it's sort of like this. You know it's like it this whole idea of loaning actors out right so it's like MGM and Warner Brothers with loan out their temperamental actors to Columbia as a punishment for real or imagined wrongdoings, because Harry, Cohn, who is the public you know? Who's the boss over Columbia just like loathe paying his own contract. Stars so he? So he basically, it was like. He was basically just kind of. It was a real shitty assignment to get like a frank capra movie, but also to work at Columbia I. Love this idea that like you go there to. You know just to kind of. As a punishment, it's sort of like a now. You realize how good you have now. Come back here and be behaved. Yeah, and you don't make any money in the deal. You have no say in the deal. Your Clark Gable here I think he was under contract for two thousand dollars a week in so louis mayors like charging Harry Cohn twenty five hundred dollars a week to have gable so Harry Cohen just like paying money to mayor that Gable is not getting gables, not getting that difference in salary like Louis. Mayors making money off of it. I mean here's Capela explaining some of the tensions. Only the picture off. We couldn't cash his. No girl wanted to live. The Noman water plan. I don't know we could. We couldn't cast it when we suddenly got this call from St Louis. Air WHO said I I've got just the man for you file for that Harry conscious. No, we're GONNA pictures. Harry. I've I'm asking you to make the picture I wanNA, I WANNA punish a boy have out here. An actor I wanNA punish you. Take it. So we had to make the picture. In order that Louis married could punish Clark Gable some punishment. It's funny, though because the punishment kind of works in reverse, our cable gets nominated wins an Oscar. This movie wins Five Oscars which is. Oscar grand, slam, you know the ones that have chief that air one flew over the CUCKOO's nest in silence of the lambs. So it's sort of like a pulls, Columbia out of this like poverty row of studios. Really it oddly backfired. I, guess at one point you play Russian Roulette. You'RE GONNA YOU'RE GONNA get a book, but this is successful. It's true. That CAPELA and gable wound up getting along. Because apparently, when gable was I sent over to meet Kappa, he was so urinated by this whole thing that he started yelling been sent to Siberia. It was Yelich on a lot of love like I've been sent to Siberia, and he would look at the people on the studio. Just randoms to do people walking by, and he would yell. Why aren't you wearing Parkas? Wow I won't. But they made up they made they made up the There's there are a lot of stories from the set about how Kappa was like I'm gaming. Claudette Colbert to do you know what I wanted to do like? She doesn't want to get naked final finally the wall of Jericho but if she doesn't WanNa, show her leg for the famous hitchhiking scene I'll just bring a showgirl, and I'll have the showgirl her leg and it'll make Claudette Colbert so mad that clinical there'll be like it has to be my leg. That girl's leg is not as good as mine. Mine do yeah. He could actually get away with that psychology, because Claudette Colbert had famously really good legs. She said she was a kid. She lived on the fourth floor of this apartment walkup in New York and so walking up and down or Fischler walking down five flights of stairs every day. She had some of the best legs in the business I'll tell you when I lived in new. York and had to do a walk up I. Mean My, but was tighter than it ever will be I mean you can't. You can't beat that that that exercise. But it is funny to me that you know you have these movies with Clark. Gable, you. This character is not incredibly different from Rhett Butler. He's on the same. You Right? Yeah, but it's not true for every kind of big, star, they're always playing a slight very. It's like I love Denzel Washington, but every now and then you see a very transformative Denzel Washington performance, but nine times out of ten it's. A character that is relatable to you as Denzel Washington, or or Tom, cruise, or even Julia Roberts to a certain extent. Yeah I mean. It's totally fair like if you go really early and Gable's.

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"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

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06:36 min | 2 years ago

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"I mean, aren't there. Articles like millennials killed Chili's. I think maybe I. Someone who's traveled around this country, so much I can unequivocally tell you they chain. Restaurants aren't going anywhere. Maybe fast casual verses like the Guy, in the Bennigans, but I feel like everywhere I go I remember a good hotels and asked me by. Hey. You know I'm in Tennessee like what's a great place to eat around here like? Oh, you gotta go to that. Chile's my. Oh okay, like every time I go to a place and find the cool local food. I would say. Five out seven times I'm referred to like Olive Garden. So. There you go by the way just see. No car cable wasn't not wearing an undershirt. just to sexy. He was not wearing an undershirt because he was trying to keep up with the dialogue, and it was hard for him to keep up the dialogue and take off an undershirt, so they just decided like lose the undershirt. You can get undressed quicker and keep up with the dialogue. Well, let's listen it scene because I. Think it's a really good example of something we have to talk about in this episode, which is this seems like one of these sexiest movies ever made with really no nudity. No kissing every the nudity is just seeing without a shirt on, and his pants pulled all the way up to his ribcage, and that is about it and yet there is. Such a thick almost like humid atmosphere in this scene, it's raining outside. He's saying that they're going to be spending the room in this tiny cabin. And here he is undressing. Just to make are actually go to the other side of the room to to leave him alone. What I like privacy when I retire. I'm very delicate in that respect. Prying Eyes Annoy me. The hold of Jerry Gold. Maybe, not as thick as the ones that Josh went down with trump, but a lot safer. I had no trump. Just to show you my heart right place. I'll give you my best pair pajamas. You might joining the Israelites. You don't want to join. Perhaps. You're interested in how a man addresses. That quite a study in psychology. No two men do. To a man can hat on until he was completely undressed. Now he made it picture. Years later is, secret game out. You are to. No I have a method all my own. If you notice that cocaine i. Tie and the shirt. Now according to go after that the pain should be next. is where I differ. I go for the shoes Nex. I the right. And the left. After that. It's every man for himself. I love the scene. It vertically sets up attention in this movie that is so beautifully paid off at the end of the film. Claudette Colbert wouldn't get naked. Right in this film undressed in front of the camera, so they were forced to create this this scene. This walls of Jericho where you know. I think it. It actually creates something so special like it's one of those happy accidents and a lot of the Times. I think some of our favorite movies have that like without that moment you don't get the brilliant payoff at the end. You know the end is. Is, I just think magnificent. When you hear the Horn and see the dropping of the sheet, it's like Oh. What a great! How could you have had the ending of the movie? If you didn't have that and it's all because Clinico just was. Not Down not down to undress. Yeah it'd be when you think about the struggles that this couple goes on the road, and this is considered by the way one of the last films to sneak in right before the production code to get in around a time when suddenly you weren't gonna be able to have this much sexual tension in a film. Really when this couple goes on the road. Yes, she's hungry a little bit, and yes, they fight over had make donut, but really the main bulk of their struggles is in what configuration are we an unmarried man and woman going to sleep? ARE WE GONNA? Sleep next to each other on a bus. Are we going to sleep in this Hayloft? Are we going to sleep in the same room? Are we going to lie? Lie and say that we're married. The thrust is just putting them in bed over and over and over again and having them talk each other two sheets and put coats of each other. It's all about sex without being about sex. I love it. That's what makes it so fun I mean that's what romantic comedies are I mean? You don't have the sex in the first act. You GotTa wait. You GotTa wait for it. And again just to kind of call out how Clark Gable a guy, he pulls her. Hey out before his hey, gets her a nice little thing. I will say as someone has gone on many a haunted hayride. What a terrible place and the Awful Place Asleep on on! Hey, like that. It would just be up in in you in every part of you I. Imagine the next age is pulling hay out from every part a I've gone on a Hayride for an hour and I feel like I'm still finding. Hey around the house days later. No Wonder Preston Service did not WanNa make Hay Hay in the Hayloft. You know you're right about how? Even though the production code isn't here, very sexual I think it would have passed muster in the hays code because they don't do anything incredibly graphic. It's still alluded to I mean what do you think I mean? It doesn't feel like Whoa. I can't believe it. Doesn't it feels it still feels chased. I guess to me. I think to me? It feels like they would have figured out how to nickel and dime it as much as they could like I don't know about this one shot I. Don't know, but this one shot because it's almost unmistakable what they're talking about. You know it's it's hard to imagine. It's hard to imagine them not just panicking and trying to figure out what they could do to make. This movie less sexy. Even when they? Even when they're saying the flying trapeze, it's about like. And people staring at each other. Every inch of this movie is about is about boning. I I wonder if they could even have something like it basically where we see that Ellen Andrews. This heiress has three different choices of men. She's presented within this movie your. She's presented with her fiance who is kind feckless and into money and nobody trusts of reasons. We never figure out. Then, she's presented with Clark. Gable and the third of Jews presented with is a guy who's asking her onscreen to have an affair.

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"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

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06:56 min | 2 years ago

"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

"I really think I could be doing better. Here's what you're. GonNa. Do you'RE GONNA go to? Apartments? Dot Com to find a new space without leaving your place of visit. APARTMENTS DOT COM. Find a new space without leaving your place. Sometimes I struggle with Clark. Gable in this movie. I struggle with how much I still door him because he's doing that. Clark Gable thing of. Being an Asshole, you know I it to me. I have to make sure that when I watched this film. I- recalibrate in Clark. Gable isn't just this voice of the proletariate reason because he's really mean ed condescending to her a lot of the way, he's I guess that pride you see from him early phone call where he will never admit that he's wrong to his boss, and that he has to always be a person who gets the last word that has to continue through in the way that he treats her because I mean he's even arguing about. Hagenbach riding and in the way she dunks mean. He's picks on every little thing. She does it here. Let's. Give her some grief about piggyback riding. I wish you'd stop being playful. Oh sorry, sorry. This is the first time in years I've piggyback. This isn't piggyback. Because it is. You're crazy. I remember distinctly my father, taking me for piggyback route. Carry like this as opposed. You know being without piggy-bank. Mothers Prada has four children and I've seen then right piggyback. Piggyback on your whole. Rich man yet him to piggyback right. You. Show me a good piggyback. Show you real humid. Then you think Abraham Lincoln Princes I'm natural born piggyback. Off of that stuff shirts family you're. My father was a great piggyback your. Listen Minute! That made me I mean that. I. Don't maybe you're right that he's picking on her. I just feel like He. Like, he's so unwilling to see things in a different way. I think he's more. He's got more of the the attributes of someone who is wealthy like what you're doing that like we're. She's willing to try things like he's stuck. In his ways, I thought that was kind of fun and the Dunkin donuts seen. I watched the to the. They're doing it the exact same way, and that's kind of makes it funny to like. His dunking is is pretty similar to her dunking thought like she's doing anything raw. She is. I don't know there's something interesting about that I. Actually Kinda found him to be. Very George Clooney like and maybe a away. George Clooney's more charming. He could give that kind of UH lift people. Yeah read to me. I almost love Clark Gable best when he's not doing any talking at all in this movie your the way that he looks at her when she is trying not to sit next to him on the bus and he gives her that look of just. Amusement and sarcasm and there she goes, Watch her, but also appreciative of her stubbornness he he has a way of silently looking at a woman that is just like Whoa. It's it's almost too intense. I'll take it. I mean I i. You know I I I love that. He's also a good guy. We're talking about. Yes, he is very sarcastic and. I am having trouble saying that he's cruel, but I think that he every time that we see him. His actions are speaking louder than words like he's helping. Get her bag. He doesn't get it. He's you know helping scare that guy off. Who wants to collect the money he? He does a lot for her, but yet he would never admit it right. That's kind of his Mo like you're never gonNA see me. Be Nice, but I'm going to be Nice Ono. Is He teases you. It means he likes you. I mean look, amy. There's I think there's some truth to that. I mean he, but he's also. On top of that literally trying to help our, too so like it's I think it's the banter of the time. It reminds me of like you know his girl. Friday. It's so rapid fire. It's so. Ito playful and cutting and. is also kind of this. CHAPA mentality of these characters they're not. They're not wholly good. They're not wholly bad. They're they're real. They're a little bit more real and and. And have flaws they that there's something about it that I don't know really I thought they both. Popped for me as far as their energies and attitudes I, didn't think was meaner, but at this interesting was mean to her. I gotTa look at it again I did. I thought he I thought he had a real nagging point of view I mean he spanks her on the s which you know. If your boyfriend maybe if you're some. Dude I don't know about that, but. Digging Immune is this is a Neil Strauss kind of characters. The game is this you know, is he? Is he kind of trying to get in there by you know making her? You know being aloof, so she'll come towards. Oh Neil Strauss who I sometimes wonder if he started the first domino that helped ruined the planet, yes. I think if Neil Strauss could be Clark Gable's body. He could actually be a nicer person, and this would work out better for everybody on the planet. Let's talk. About Success Clark Gable a little bit more because you said that he can. You know really dress down a woman? I guess with his eyes. And I think that in this movie people were really surprised because he did something that hadn't really been done before. which is when he's getting undressed in the movie, He's not wearing an undershirt, and it was a real shock to the undershirt wearing male community so much so that like the under the under garment industry wanted to like sue this film because they felt like they were losing sales. Because real men don't wear undershirts, I think that that may just be. Hearsay, I don't know, but it's totally true. Tried to see them, but I I love that idea that like that. He had so much power that men are like I. Don't wear an undershirt either. In one scene. That's pretty amazing. Yeah I WANNA play that see and I also want to say I. Tried to verify this story, too. Because one of the rooms like just printed in books like its effect is that sales of undershirts dropped seventy five percent after Clark. Gable took his shirt off in public and part of the argument is like maybe they dropped, but also it was the worst year of the depression, and so you will just weren't buying undershirts. anyways is sort of like how millennials killed chain restaurants, because also who cares about chain restaurants, and also they happen to die right when they're all purchased by bankers. We're killing everything anyways. Restaurants I feel like chain restaurants, the.

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03:22 min | 2 years ago

"one night" Discussed on Unspooled

"Right now an ear Wolf Nicole buyer.