40 Burst results for "One Night"
Betts Homers, Urias Picks Up 9th Win as Dodgers Top Pirates
"Look at that summer just three pitches into the Dodgers six three victory at Pittsburgh it was his sixth home run of the season and twenty fifth leadoff blast of his career that's entered the game hitting forty eight points below his career average I feel like I'm I've been pretty close here lately and you know I've been in the ball harder more consistent and hard more consistently and so I mean I know about a home run but I didn't feel like I am speaking about with it better Zach McKinstry drove in two runs as Los Angeles won its thirteenth straight over the pirates Julio arenas delivered a two run single and became the first night game winner in the majors by working six innings Mitch Keller took the loss is the Dodgers completed their sixth series sweep this season I'm very very
Fresh update on "one night" discussed on Jimmy Barrett
"Are spending their money and outside the house, roughly as expected, the government's personal consumption expenditure index was a half percent higher in April in March. And 3.1% higher than April of last year, when no one was buying much of anything beyond takeout food and toilet paper. The monthly increase was slightly less than expected, while the annualized increase with slightly higher Americans don't have quite as much to spend as they did in March, the month when the $1400 stimulus checks arrived. Personal incomes dropped about 13% in April after March's 21% surge. The Commerce Department reports. Inflation rose an annualized 3.6% overall in April and 3.1% of the core level, which makes many worried about higher interest rates. But the Fed has repeatedly said It's going to wait until inflation is running above 2% for a sustained period and that it expects surges as the economy reopens to be temporary, ready to party Still can't do it at an Airbnb Bertha Coombs reports, Airbnb is extending a ban on parties and homes listed on its platform through at least the end of the summer. An effort to halt the spread of covid infections. This comes as an increase in vacation rates and easing travel restrictions is expected to boost travel demand. The global party ban has been in effect since last August. Separately, Airbnb says guests without a history of positive reviews will not be able to book a one night reservation during the Fourth of July weekend. I'm Bertha Coombs and California setting up the most for and so emotional for teenagers so you can see how they can get off kilter, But certainly this is what's interesting to me about this. CBC report. It said The suspected suicide attempts grew at a greater rate for girls and that age group than for boys. I wonder why that is made. Our next guest knows he's recovery. An addiction expert. His name is Adam Javelin. Adam. Welcome day in 9 50 kprc. You got any insight into this? Why? We're seeing a bigger problem now with girls than we are with boys. A tiny bit of inside first off. Thanks for having me and I also would never want to pretend that I know exactly what is going on Teenage girls heads, you know, And I think anybody that wants to pretend they do. Don't have them on your show there. Quack. Having said that? There are things that we just cannot understand. In today's day and age, a women are just wired to be more sensitive. They're dealing things that we've never dealt with before You mentioned the covid. But it was the effect of covid meaning being home locked home for a year. Not really getting to see there. Friends. There's now things like gender, gender identity. That you know, people are not even understanding What sex they really are. There's instagram. Facebook ticked up so much technology and information. These poor girls heads where it hasn't compete. It has and judge themselves and has them worried. And the list goes on and on. And here's the truth us. As adults. We never dealt with what these kids are going through. We have no idea what social Media is like. We have no idea. Growing up in a pandemic. So you know, I really tip my hat to these kids. They're dealing with a lot. Yeah, they are. I mean, there's no doubt about that. Um, and you're right. They're dealing it at an age where let's face it. The brains are still developing. They're not You know for not to sound flip about it, but they're not normal. I mean, know thine is normal if we if we all remember back to our teen years, we realize that we really didn't put a lot of great thought into the decisions we made. We made very rash decisions, and I'm guessing for a lot of these kids. Any suicide attempt as many in many cases, it's not something days sat around and thought out all the pros and the cons. It's just something they did. Yeah, well, I mean, think about it right? It's a way of saying in. I mean, fix the most extreme way of saying time out. I need a time out. I need a break. Now. They're also saying, I need a break forever. I need time out from this. Forever. It's sad, but a lot of this generation who by the way, I think will be better than us, I think will be smarter than us, I think will be faster in us, but I don't necessarily think they have the grit that we do. Um, And that's one of the things that I see affects the kids. It's a matter of Going through the pain leaning into the pain rather than leaning out of the pain. Once they do that, do I think they're going to be better than us 110%. No doubt about it. They're going to be savvy er more technology got sound, but they just Something got lost in translation. Over the last couple of decades of of what real life is really about. Yeah, well, I think you know we we can. We've complained about a helicopter parents for years now. There's been a lot of complaints. I'm sure you've heard them. Adam Javelin about. You know, parents not believe preparing their kids for the real world and kind of over protecting them and that when the real world eventually shows up, and when it does, sometimes you're not prepared. For what the real world has in store for you. I think you know I'm I'm an old guy. I'm a baby Boomer, right? They freely admitted. You know, I was brought up by greatest generation set of parents who you know who believed in. The independence and letting you fall down and not even bothering to dust job is telling you to get back up and get back at it. So we were raised a little bit tougher than the generations that followed us. And I'm not saying that, you know, raising your kids tougher is necessarily the way to go, but I think you're right. I think there's there's a lack. Of coping skills for lack of a better term that some of us had as younger adults that these kids don't seem to have. Exactly exactly And when you really get to diagnose it defective and take a look at it. This is one of the reasons that that suicide rates is spiking and and as silly as it sounds, I really think it's a matter of going back to the basics. You know, spending family time together without devices. Um, if you Have a religion that you enjoy or that you like, you know, possibly going back to church going back to synagogue, maybe saying a prayer together, if not religious, Just how about a hug and some spirituality? Bringing things back to just healthy communication. No. That sounds like good advice to me. Now you're also in the recovery. An addiction game. What do you What are you seeing here with young people and addictive substances is the problem as bad as it ever was. Is it getting worse? Is it getting better? What are you saying? It's getting way worse and the reason that is because the substances are more addictive and more available. So it's nobody's fault here, okay? They're more available and they're more addictive, which means the rate is higher. Where When you and I were going up with you had your first beer or you protect your first. Glass of wine you for Scott. To me. It's not even like to taste now. If the kid gets their hand on an admiral, or that an X or an oxytocin, and they like the effect produced Within minutes. Within seconds. You know it hits the bloodstream fast. It also leaves the bloodstream task, which means they want it more now..
What's Bicycle Touring Got to Do With Living Tiny?
"Sarah birch. Welcome to the show. Hi ethan thanks so much for having me. There are so many things in your bio that like demand. Follow up questions. i love it. I love your bio. Bios on the show but i wanted to start because like it's tucked down at the bottom of your bio is is bicycle touring which is something that is is near and dear to my heart as well. But it's now something that you've been doing for the last like ten years and i was curious if you could just explain to our listeners. What what. He's bicycle touring bicycle. Touring is traveling on a bicycle and that can mean many things that can be an overnight trip. It can be a trip of multiple length multiple years for me. I people always talked about. Follow your passion. And i felt very mc the longest time i didn't feel like i had a passion. There was nothing that made my heart skip a beat until i went on my first bike tour. A friend and i loaded pioneers on our bicycles. And we had a very short tour to the san juan islands. It was just a one night trip. And i absolutely fell in love with bike touring and it became very clear to me at that time. That was my passion. That's what it feels like to have a passion. And so i came back home and learned everything. I could about bike touring and eventually decided to to lead bike tours and now i lead and design trips for others as well so it is definitely become a big part of my life.
Fresh "One Night" from The Troubleshooter
"Music, radio and podcasts. All in one discover a new podcast from our library of hundreds of thousands of titles. Here's an I Heart radio podcast preview. I think the myth of the oil in serial killer is As big as it is, is because Chief of police of the 11th largest police department in the country. Is a suspect. I can't. I can't say it right now. Because if I say it, I'm the wind up dead. Do you want to start with How this entire things started. It was a sex party. If you're not knowledgeable that Suffolk County do you think it's the Hamptons? It's not. It's the Amityville Horror. One night Some woman came screaming out of there. And was running with no shoes on. It's been 10 years since 11 bodies were found on Long Island. The case is still unsolved. We want to know why. I'm Alexis Linkletter. I'm Billy Jensen from ID and Joke Productions, a new seven part podcast that tells the untold story of the Long Island serial killer investigation unraveled the Long Island serial killer. Thin and follow this podcast for free on the I Heart radio app number one for music, radio and podcasts. All in one app. The free I Heart Radio APP is number one for music, radio and podcasts, All in one discover a new podcast from our library of over 350,000 titles. Here's an I Heart Radio podcast preview. It's not what I thought the end would look like. There are no bodies in the streets now burning cars, no hordes of zombies picking off survivors. It's more like the world went to sleep and never woke up. Beware of the elephant. It's.
How much does sexual compatibility matter? - burst 05
"Core roddick feeling is the emotion you need to experience in order to get in the mood for sex and you're elevated erotic feelings are the emotions that take sex to the next level because every human interaction is an emotional experience regardless of whether it's a one night stand or something really really long term there's always emotion involved there's emotion involved in shopping. There's emotion involved in marketing so it doesn't mean that you have a long term emotional attachment to someone but the experiences emotional so when i think about core roddick and if you have matching core roddick feelings it actually can be more of a problem in some cases so for example a very common core roddick fuelling meaning the feeling i need to get in the mood for sex is i need to feel want it. I need to feel desired. So i hear that a lot. Just wanna feel wanted. I want to feel like you want sex. You don't just or sorry no let me take every. Yeah i wanna feel like you want me. Not just you want sex and so if both of us share that feeling and we've run into that in some in some cases where i i just want you to make me feel wanted but you also want me to make you feel wanted was funny that you mentioned that because that's exactly what i'm what you're saying is when i'm thinking
Fresh update on "one night" discussed on Louder With Crowder
"Magic. The same car i think. Are we going to go behind the pay wall for some of the stuff we got some more stuff goes on reminder. We are still taking chats. Oh have you chats at the end of this. We'll just say this on may twenty nine. Th strike was for video about the nevada voter rolls which we've discussed on the show. Content that advances false claims with widespread flawed blue and our second strike was on may tenth for violating youtube harassment inside really policies because we reveal the death of they alleged right. The alleged reveled in the death. Hey brian the third general girl who was trying to stab neural which we had no way revelled in that we I think it was quite sad that that that happened. Yeah so let's just go ahead and say we were not reveling in the death. We don't think that's funny We don't reverend the deaths especially if a young person so it's another strike that is in my opinion completely inappropriate. But i'm gonna tell you what we are going to do. We're going to go under the blaze. Think about that the cartoon. I really liked the cartoon and this weekend. You can see me. Why not plug myself this week and you can see me at one. Night stands in waterford michigan. The next weekend at helium and buffalo's will come out to the show. How many nights are you doing water for just two nights for one night. Stand okay all right. Yeah nights is nights at one nights one nine seconds. They're good shape a lot of times when they name comedy clubs. Just go. well. That's not gonna last and i'm kidding. Of course it's it's a lovely town. Just come out to the show. Each shows at seven pm each night tickets now because they tend to sell out. Dave is on kind of a hottest neum pretty well. What of the great american hockey players from waterford michigan. That'd be nobody cares. Bob detroiters stuck in here. I should know this is what i meant now probe pat lafontaine in. Just nanos from waterford. Look at that. Don't y'all oh. Sorry i'm sorry. Do you wanna talk about soccer talking about a completely useless that he plays soccer. I didn't tough. Sports played football. He kicks in here. Wouldn't what makes you are always grabbing your head and get how. How oh but guys go ahead go to crowder shop. We got it cool shirts. that's still upright and for now so sounds found some really cool shirts on. they're actually. I got myself a finnegan. Oh just a share on their finnegan. Sure we're gonna get into a shirt eventually or they're just paying me lip service. I hope they do and right now. We're going to go off. We're going to Read borderline content. Go off to piss blazed chats. And what can i say we should piss off you too..
Getting Ghosted and Rejected
"Talk about rejection because it's been my observation from a lot of different personal conversations. I've been privileged to have From my friends who trust me with their deepest darkest secrets to complete strangers. Who for some reason. Open up their deepest darkest secrets to me. Like in an uber driver or in a i know meeting just getting to know somebody. I've been really lucky And sometimes really overwhelmed and not knowing what to do with it but Been very at the end of day. I think really honored and and Fortunate for people to be so frank with me be very vulnerable with me and i know how much these encounters these everything from like your deepest truest love to like a one night stand to like just attempting to talk to somebody else and getting rejected like how much of a scar. That can leave or how much that can like. Change your entire outlook on life for yourself and it can be really tough to talk about publicly or even to just even like your friend or a person to say out loud. It's really personal. And so i thought that in light of it being asian pacific american heritage month and it also being mental health awareness month which i cared deeply passionately about that share some a in my opinion a pretty funny story at this point to reflect on all those elements combined so here we go garrity for one of my most embarassing moment. I still don't understand why. Keep this story. Keep kept creeping on me and i literally have had conversations like do i really need to share this on a podcast and it keeps coming up. So i'm aligning with my higher calling and gaden myself and here. We go so As i mentioned my first crush was bryant housing kindergarten. He was beautiful brown eyed sandy brown hair. He dressed up dracula in kindergarten for halloween. I was strawberry shortcake. It was adorable and he sat diagonal to me kindergarten glass and i remember he liked candy corn and i thought it was kinda gross and tasted like wax but i ate it because brian haas liked it so i wanted to have a connecting point of interest with him so i to eight candy corn.
Fresh update on "one night" discussed on The Spivey Special Podcast
"It. That'd be. I want to try. That one at least could not win amazing. I think me advanced could win. Amazing you could barely read. And he can't run. We don't like it of my other options. And i think anthony would be pretty good. That's what i mean. I think anthony and banned some very similar. That's why i already have my partner set for you guys. it's beaches am. I think you would be la- vesta that Legends of the hidden temple. Thought i wouldn't be going god guts. I thought i'd be probably the worst at actually. I think it would be decent american gladiator but not the ones where get the physically fight you once or do the or any of the events. Yeah you just want to tights. I could dodge the tennis balls yes shot. She did a canvas bag out. Just that once in my gym nyse not on You'll be alright. He's off always to play powerball right or vs on vacation that we have to slammed in trash candidate roy. Yeah that ball. And they're all when there's three gladiator trying to stop you. Speaking of the challenge. You think you could do the the real world road rules challenge. I don't think it'd be just because those guys are so big and all right no chance because physical met helen better brawl idea ran over and have a better chance at winning the challenges on survivor. But it'd be awful at survivor. because i'd be like three hours in. I'd be hungry and i just be at brescia voted on earth slash. One night sleeping on. Would i'd have thrown my back out so couldn't do survivor and i can't swim very well. And you're a terrible liar. I think the social aspect of the okay. I think people would be okay with you off. I know you would do i now. That's what i just said. I haven't mostly jeopardy around together. Either jeopardy no i turn off jeopardy as our jeopardy yes unfortunately pretty i could do already to spell very aerial. Fortunately will for very lucky spitting the wheel. I can solve the puzzle. But i'll never win enough money to win. That would about see prices right. I think too much of a crap shoot from zillow gaming to get yeah to watch every episode for two months blink. Oh it's like that. Guy was good at watched an episode of prices right where the guy was like. He just watched it everyday. Only super weird. Yeah he was like yeah. You had this show like three weeks ago. I know the exact price rather beat. Press pressure luck ellie. Memorize the pattern. I don't i don't either. I like you. i'd be lucky. I damn wyoming at the four hundred times a lot of good. I'm very good a bumper stickers. How are you guys think you could get in minute to win it now. The challenge again where you shake. You hit a practice shake in. Shoot the ball at the backside of your like like the kleenex box or something. And i'll be fine. I wanna go in that moment. Dwayne wade cube. I've watched yet previews how about the new. Long was a rev on nbc. The miniature one out. I saw that Going just came out on monday nights or something and it's like little little gains rate like flick little things in garbage. I watch on my no looks old role. It's harder than only do that..
Is Star Trek Everyday 6th Senses Humanity's Future?
"Welcome to makamba chagas. Thanks a lot. thanks for having me. Yeah i just had so much fun with this topic. And i couldn't wait to get you because i know you risen many many books In the paranormal and in sixes if expenses and You know this is going to be a common thing in our society in these higher dimensions. And so i i. I only thought of one reality where this was normal common day to do conscious next consciousness expiration how it comes into different forms As we explore space in consciousness and As we become intergalactic in the near future and come across a different beings within the within source they may have different six senses. So i just thought trek is trek. So yeah i couldn't think of any other reality where this is. It follows within that That paradigm so before we dig into your work and how we related to this very fun topic. Can you tell us your story for how i even got involved in writing about these tops. Well like most children. I when i was a kid. I was interested in fairy tales. You know and An important part of manifest attent- all over the world are magic in different forms and So in norwegian folk ten slip show magic and also read this arabian folktales. You know one thousand. And one nights. So i was very fascinated by the magical element and also When i was become a bit older. I became Member of a christian youth club and Some of those people you know They spent quite a lot of time in prayer and meditation and that and they told me about strange phenomena from time to time. And i trust those people so i had no reason not to believe them
Fresh update on "one night" discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"How did just celebrate with some nice steaks. What we wanted we wanted to and and champagne the time the show was over. Everything was close. You know we weren't new york city this year so where the show was held which was a fabulous venue. But there's no restaurants around this stay open late at night so we're gonna postpone celebrations to later in the week and now we're doing a media tour so we're actually sort of working. Hey if you can stretch One night of celebration into a week. I think that's always that's always a win the week. Yeah and david. What does it take to be. A champion. Like was sobbing. What are some of the things that as you're raising sabi and training that you know that the judges are going to look for you. Wanna get down pat as a youngster that he had you know. A certain equality had carranza has the puppy. That was always looking at you. He was a puppy. That was always willing to please. As soon as i put on lead on the walking he just walked right with me. There was really no training involved. And i kept thinking to myself. Well if your qualities keep developing you're gonna be one hell of a show dog one day and And you know it turned out. He was one hell of a show. No he is. He's just wonderful and to win. Westminster count club dog. Show you have to have an outstanding animal that fits the breed standard and they have to add that charisma to perform on the night. So that that's what he had and luckily we had a knowledgeable judge that rewarded him. Now you have experienced pretty on both sides of it as a competitor with your dog and as well as an analyst and judging things at when it comes to being a judge an analyst how do you approach those differences amongst different breeds. Because as you heard david say a lot of it is not breed. Specific charisma and it factor a little jenna sekwa. How do you factor those things against other different breeds when it comes to deciding best in show so given the breed judging level which is the beginning of the competition so what saudi for example had to go in against other pekinese. That's where he started his competition at westminster and he was judged against them and the judges were looking at all the pekinese and considering the written standard for that dog and for that breed and written standard is a very clear description of the elements of the breeds. Such as i shave eye color coke texture movement There every little aspect and so that is what the judges study and used to compare the dogs and then they select the dog at the pekinese in breed judging who most closely conforms to that written standard and they award the dog best of breed and then it advances to the next level. Which is the toy group for the peak and so in the toy group then the pekinese is going against the papillon and the miniature pincer the other toy breeds but the judges and comparing what soviet to papillon they are judging is Version of the written standard than the papillon is to it's written standard. So it's really. They're being judged against their breed specific written standards. But then when you get to the best in show level which this is what. I think david probably was probably honing in on. Is that once. You're the seven dogs in best in show at that level. All those dogs are exceptional or they wouldn't have gotten that far right then. The best in show judge has to look for that extra something. What is that other thing. That other that other something that just puts them over the edge and sometimes it's a visceral reaction to the dogs performance and that may have been what happened last night because he was on. And i think pat trotter. Who's expert Don judge really saw what she needed to see and found him. It wasn't hard to find him and seven dogs. They're all great but she wanted to reward him for his exceptional quality and one quick. Follow up to that. Gale is have the standards for each breed change because the westminster kennel club is is an iconic piece of american. If you will it's been going on for over one hundred years have the standards changed or is there kind of an over overview kind of this is what it is and we're going to keep it that way panders have changed over time and generally. It's just clarify to clarify statements that may be vague or need a little more Little clarity so that everyone understands them a little better now. Some standards have not changed at on. One of them i know is the bloodhound. Standard for example and that is claimed to be basically the exact same standard from the eighteen hundreds. So it does it. It can be changed but it doesn't always change. And of course the parent club. The national breed club. The pekinese club of america is the is the group that is responsible for that written standard and making sure that it's up to date and if changes need to be made. The club does that and of course then. The american kennel club has to approve any changes and then the judges used that of course is the template what they should be judging by. We're speaking with. Gail miller by shirt and david fitzpatrick gals fox sports. Doug show analysts for the westminster kennel club. Dog show telecast and host of the video series road westminster and david fitzpatrick is the owner of sabi. A pekinese best in show over the weekend at the kennel club dog show. And i'll ask this to both of you will start with you. Gail few things. I've mentioned as residents daljit as the westminster kennel club dog show. And this year it was the first time since eighteen. Seventy nine. That was held outside of manhattan. Talk to me. About what the event was like this year. I'll go to you first. Gale and then i'll ask the same question to you. David sheriff i show was eight hundred. Seventy seven actually so the one hundred forty five years Hundred and forty four. It's been manhattan. This year was actually outside but We were the lyndhurst estate and as a beautiful grounds only about thirty minutes north of the city. And so we're still new york because we are new york event and You know is a beautiful setting daytime. Judging was outside on grass And then the evening judging was inside a large tent. That was a replica of basically of madison square garden and fox. Sports design that. We're very proud of the way they set out that it was beautiful and so westminster was very happy with the way the show ran. We felt that we gave the exhibitors what they expect from westminster which is an exceptional experience but also a little more laid back because we weren't in the city and david. Was there anything that you had to adapt with sabi with it. Being outside for most of the competition as opposed to you in a large arena. Well a little bit. We had the practice getting on the grass. Because most of the shows i go to. I go to indoor shows because is loaded aground short legged heavy coated breed and.
The Power of Justice Centered Parenting With Rachel Alva
"I neo me. I'm andy how are you good. how are you doing. I'm good good good. Well we are very excited to have rachel here today. Hi how are you hi. i'm doing well. Thank you so much for having me. We're so where would you like your story to begin before. I jump into my story. I liked start by sharing. That i'm calling in from the stolen land of the coast salish peoples also known as the pacific northwest. And i say this to thank and honor those who have for thousands of years protected and cared for the land but now sustains me and also to draw attention to the reality that none of us were born into a culture of justice. Sometimes when i share my story there are parts. That might sound like sensational or shocking. But nothing in. My family's history is particularly surprising when you consider that i live in a country that was built on much worse stolen land and the stolen lives of enslaved people and for those most egregious things to have occurred. Violence in harm. Had to be normalized all kinds of ways throughout our culture so my story. I'm going to begin before i was born. There are a lot of people who came before me who shaped my life. But today i want to zoom in on my grandma audrey So audrey was sixteen in the early nineteen sixties. When she got pregnant she married my grandpa. Jimmy who was twenty six at the time. She gave birth to my uncle and then a year later when she was only seventeen. Gave birth to my dad. And i don't know what happened with audrey jimmy or where he was when one night. She went out partying with friends. She left her toddlers at home with her. Mom migrate grandma to babysit and she didn't come home right away when she was expected. how long her mom waited for her to come home but her mom called child protective services and they removed the boys and from what i can tell place them with a family for adoption right away
Niecy Nash and Jessica Betts on Their Great Love Story
"The two of you have been friends for about four years and when friends start dating. I always wonder after that much time. Like what changed. Nece- let's start with you. What made you realize something deeper was here. Well first of all. I was single. Let's start there. let's start at. I wasn't in a marriage or relationship that required monogamy and so i did not know that someone who was my dear friend. I consider a dear friend was going to be a place to because i've never dated anyone of any gender that was friends with the what happened was i was single. Finally and i was open to whatever gossip and some of my life next. And then for jessica macy's told the story where she reaches out touches your neck at the end of a movie one night. What is your reaction. What's going through your mind when she does that. I was like what the hell is going on. At an entire a complete monologue of i was nervous and i was like what the hell is going on but when her hands touched the back of my head. I don't butterflies and i was like. Wow if felt really cool you know and i guess just lead to merge at this point with a funny thing say that what you felt for yourself was the idea that you could love again after the butterfly effect you know it was definitely that feeling like wow i can love again you know and just it just put it put a lot of thought in my mind in terms of what could be you know moving forward and it was all scary so i have so many different emotions going through my head at that time john but definitely film like them like a love again. You know that was definitely part of it.
No-Hitter for 2nd Straight Day: Kluber Pitches Yanks' Gem
"Corey Kluber of the New York Yankees threw the sixth no hitter of the season Wednesday night in a two nothing win over the Texas Rangers in Arlington Texas the thirty five year old right hander almost had a perfect game the lone baserunner for the Rangers was Charlie Culberson who drew a four pitch walk in the third inning Kluber a two time American League Cy Young Award winner registered ten strikeouts it followed by one night a no hitter by Detroit Tigers right hander Spencer Turnbull against the Seattle Mariners marking the first no hitters on consecutive days in the majors since nineteen sixty nine hi Mike Rossio
2 Americans Sentenced to Life in Prison for Murder of Italian Police Officer
"Life in prison for two Americans who were on trial in Italy for the killing of a police officer in 2019. The jury deliberated for more than 12 hours before handing down the country's stiffest sentence to 21 Year Old physical Lee Elder and 20 Year old Gabriel Natali. Yours in the death of Mario Churchill. Oh, Rega! Elder stabbed the officer who was unarmed and in plain clothes multiple times. Both Americans claim they did not know Churchill a Reagan was police. It all happened after the two. Then teams on vacation in Italy tried to buy cocaine one night and got ripped off by the dealer
The Tweed Creeper: David Russell Williams
"One night in two thousand seven forty four year old david russell williams snuck out of his home and ontario canada leaving his sleeping wife in bed while she laid undisturbed he snuck down. There dimly lit street and headed toward the neighbor's house. These were close friends of russell and his wife or at least as close as they had those days they'd had dinner with them several times and even gone to the lake to fish together. But this wasn't a casual drop by between friends. Brussel had something else in mind entirely. He stopped outside the house and confirmed what he already knew that the family was gone for the weekend smiling. He entered their home through an unlocked door. It wasn't the first time he had done such a thing. This was his third time breaking into this home and this time he knew exactly what he wanted. He made his way up to their daughter's bedroom where he searched her drawers until he pulled out a pair of underwear strip down and put them on before laying down on the bed and pleasure himself as he did so he took pictures eager to document the entire experience and then when he was done russell quietly left. The bedroom crept downstairs and returned home then hours later he got up and went to work as the commanding officer of canada's largest air force base.
3 Dead, 1 in Critical Condition After Shooting at Oneida Casino
"Deaths in a shooting at a casino in suburban Green Bay, Wisconsin. We need you to have after one night, a casino mean night a casino way have an active shooter situation. Multiple patients at this time we have, at least for being reported police confirming. In overnight news conference, a gunman entered the Oneida Casino looking for a specific Big employee who wasn't there and opened fire anyway. Four people were shot two killed before the shooter was shot dead himself the surviving victim taken to a hospital in critical condition. The it's unclear if the gunman was also an employee of the casino
Maria Bamford on Living Next to a Frat House
"We live next to a frat house and just as funny as you think one night. They're playing sweet home alabama about three thirty a m. I wish. I did not realize was still speaking to people and my husband pulled up his pajama pants. All the way up to his little bird. I put on my t shirt. Nightgown with the long slid got nine thousand. Nine hundred ninety four from the minneapolis. Saint paul airport with them. Moose on over there you guys. We don't have jobs but come on so sorry so sorry about the noise you. Hey we're gonna he's so sorry about this you know. Normally you know we're we're just like you guys you know we're total nerds. Nobody said anything about nerds.
Please Stop Me From Cheating
"Believe stopped me from cheating. This even surely i am a fifty three year old man and i have been married for going on twenty five years. My wife and i used to have an active sex life but for the past few years the magic has been happening less and less and now we do it once or twice a year. I've talked to her about it but she always seems to make up excuses. The one i hear the most is that she's not in the mood. Because i've made her mad about something or she'll say something like if you picked up your clothes off the floor sometimes then maybe i would give you some on those rare occasions. When we do have sex it has become so boring. She just lies there until it's over sometimes is so terrible. I just rushed to complete the job lately. I find myself on adult sites online looking for one night stands and hanging out at my favorite bar talking to women. I love my wife. And i think she loves me but i also like sex. I work overnight so me not coming. Home is an unusual. So far i've met up with one woman from my past and we just had an oral exchange but nothing else. I don't want to continue this behavior. But i don't think that my wife even cares anymore this lady from my past that i fooled around with wants to give me more but i'm not really into her like that. There's another lady that i work with and we've interacted a lot. I have told her about my situation and she's willing to help me out. She's single instead. There would be no expectations on her end. That's ideal for me right now. I'm praying for strength. Not to step out on my wife and i have needs and i think it's only a matter of time. Am i justified in my actions. I cheat on my wife. Please advise all right. I'm going to say this. No there is no just a chicken justification to cheat. I got it. Everybody has needs all of that. We all have needs. But i'm not going to give you an out here. I'm just
Biden to Address Joint Session of Congress on April 28
"Will address a joint session of Congress later this month. Mark Mayfield with them or the president accepted an invitation from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to give his first address to Congress on April the 28th that's just one night before his 1/100 day in office. Typically and new president makes his first address to Congress well before this, But Biden wanted to focus on passing on new coronavirus relief package. All right,
Biden to Address Joint Session of Congress on April 28
"President Mind and is set to address a joint session of Congress this month. The president accepted an invitation from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi to give his first address to Congress on April the 28th That's just one night before his 1/100 day in office, typically and new president makes his first address to Congress well before this, But Biden wanted to focus on passing a new coronavirus relief
A Sketch for the Street Cops
"I had a picture in my mind of the doodle. There was a flyer out with him. This is james andrei bowls officer blue suit driving a black and white with my partner. In november of nineteen. Seventy five bowls was just off a short stint in homicide but still on the force and still in touch. Well san francisco outside. You know we thought it was best homicide unit on earth. They were working on the dude alert at that time. And so i talked to everybody who is a very very Topic of discussion. Five people have been killed two more assaulted and now that there was a composite. Sketch felt like only a matter of time until someone found this guy. Like a lot of cops james bulls wanted that someone to be him. I knew what he looked like. And so i was working alone one night and show. I told my lieutenant. I said I'm gonna go look for this this homicide suspect and i don't remember call do. I'm going to go look for this homicide suspect. I'm gonna go down on foot. And see if i can spot them. So i went to eighteenth and castro and i spent the evening. Their bowls walked around in the castro. Trying to envision the dude a black man about six feet tall slight build route twenty years old and matching the composite. Police sketch well about nine thirty. I saw this guy walking down the street and he fit the description fairly well. He was bought the right height build and me looked really heiki. His right arm was straight. It didn't bend at the elbow. And he's wearing a long peacoat bowls jumped into action without another thought. This was his chance.
A highlight from S02E31 The Black Cat by Edgar Allen Poe
"One night as i sat half stupefied in the dan of more than infamy. My attention was suddenly drawn to some black object reposing upon the head of one of the immense hawks heads of gin or from which constituted the chief furniture of the apartment i had been looking steadily. The top of these hooks head for some minutes and what now caused me. Surprise was fact that i had not soon perceive the object of ripon. I approached it untouched. It with my hand. It was a black cat. a very large one. Fullest is largest pluto and closely resembling him in every aspect but one pluto had not a white hair upon any portion of his body. But this cat had a large although indefinite splotch of white covering neely the whole region of the breast upon my touching him he immediately rose byrd loudly rubbed against my hand and the pit delighted with my notice. This was the very creature which i was in search. I at once offered to purchase it of the landlord but this person made no claim to it. Knew nothing of it. Never seen it.
Chicago Police Claim Arson In Garbage Can Fires Terrorizing Hegewisch Neighborhood
"Story garage goes up in flames overnight and head wish. One night after a series of arsons in the same neighborhood, Glenn Marshall is live there with the latest Glenn Good morning. All police are adding this fire from last night to the list of other fires That happened over the weekend. And they're calling this arson And this all happened on the same South side block. Take a look at this video from last night. You're looking at cell phone video from the latest flames overtook property on South Buffalo, which is this on the South side's head, which neighborhood you could see how dangerous the fire was. With all the sparks shooting into the air, the police Are saying All of the latest fires in that area were started by the hands of an arsonist, the first of the ones being reported happening Saturday evening. They believe these were started in the garbage cans between the 133rd 135th streets. At least three garages were burned utility poles were damaged and the fence was destroyed. Some people told US power and Internet were knocked down due to the arson. One homeowner burned their hand while trying to move one of those garbage cans away from their property. Another neighbor told us he woke up to what sounded like fireworks were going off in his backyard. Like the Fourth of July. The flames were already about 10 20 ft. Above the buildings here. One thing it was a wildfire. That's natural, right? To do it on purpose. Again. One person suffered minor injuries to the hand while trying to move one of those garbage cans away from their property. As far as right now, police have not say that they made any arrest these arsons back to you guys in
"one night" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin
"Thankfully there's been a lot of discussion about media treatment and Did we fail. Britney spears and while i do think the media has changed a little bit. I don't know how much the general public has changed. I look back at kanye west last year and so not even so many. I would say the majority of people when talking about kanye west. We're not leading with empathy and compassion. Because he's struggling with mental health as well or right now. You know you're a singer as well as an actress. American idol currently is featuring the daughter of kellyanne conway. Claudia conway who's just sixteen years old and suffering severely with her mental health. She has told us and made these very serious allegations against her mother. Some including myself. Think american idol is exploiting claudia conway for ratings. So oh everybody's like poor britney but then like why not poor claudia to. It's like so many people media as well and people are disassociated from things and it's time also you know at the time and i think diane sawyer at the time. When she was interviewing britney she really was speaking for so many people was she wrong diane sawyer at the time. Yes we're all of these people wrong. Yes but diane sawyer is not a villain. She's not terrible awful. Human being she mishandled an interview and for all. we know. She's apologized privately. I don't know. I apologize privately to britney spears and i've apologized publicly as well and i did it sincerely because i'm not somebody who's going to apologize for something just like now. I rather sit on my sword and sambi kind. What i said if i truly believe that but if i genuinely am sorry that i will say. I have apologized to brittany apologized to so many people. I have so many regrets. If i could go back in time and do things differently i would. And that's not. Just be s. And i say that to everybody like really. Be careful of what you're saying on social media because that that's forever and especially if you're a young person and could come back to haunt you in five ten years or yeah and i think you know just kind of the moral of all of this is just. Nothing's perfect just do your best and you know be kind and Yeah and and have conversations. And i appreciate you coming on and having a conversation and you know i got to know you better. You got to know us better and you know now. I consider as friends so i just i appreciate you and you know. I'm glad we're able to.
"one night" Discussed on Whine Down with Jana Kramer and Michael Caussin
"Hello laura hello how are you. I'm very happy to good day today. 'cause it's my son's birthday he's eight and also yesterday was their first day back at school. Eleven months wow. That's a good day for you. Three kids at home for eleven months. And what are the ages for the kansas will. My son just turned eight today and my middle child. She's almost six. And my youngest is three and i just know that they miss their friends. They miss getting out of the house..
"one night" Discussed on Death, Sex and Money
"Of canoodling by the fires the show from wnyc about the things we don a lot. You know just kind of went for it and need to talk about more next day a sales. We just got through valentine's day our annual celebration of romance usually of the long-term sort or if not long at least the sort were youth committed to someone sweetheart this week. We wanna celebrate another really important kind of romance. The very short term the one night. Stand those moments in your life when someone appeared in a flash you connected you enjoy each other and then you went your separate ways for me. I think of the british guy that i met out in san francisco. One night when i was in college was a time when i was feeling out of sorts. Not sure where. I fit and we started talking. I can't remember about what but it was easy banter. And then he paused looked me straight in the eye and said well. You are charming aren't you. We never saw each after that. Next morning i lived off the fumes of that fun unexpected night for a long time. The possibility of a one night stand feels so remote for so many people right now. Maybe because of your life as were because chance meetings aren't really happening much but the memories their potent as you told us when we asked for your stories about one night stands. Well i actually have many when nightstand stories. This is trudy. She sent this in from new york city. I'm married now but in the eighties in my twenties i used to go to this bar on. The lower east side called the village idiot and it was where i would get drunk and act like a village idiot. Lemme tell ya But i met this guy He stood out to me because he was on top of the bar Stripping to bat stripped song down Donna donna. I was immediately excited by this. This was someone who was an adventurer who could stand on top of a bar strip. So i started to talk to him. I went home with him. Fortunately it was in stumbling distance. I mean i believe. His was two blocks away from the village idiot and in the morning i you know he was tall. He was handsome. But i discovered he was lacking any motivation or It was a point in my life. When i had very low self esteem so every week or so i would go to the military eight and he.
"one night" Discussed on Strawberry Letter
"Our on georgia this morning. Today is election day for the special senate runoff. Election vote for rafael warnock and john awesome. That's it vote for rafael warnock. And jon ossoff okay. That's what we're voting for. On the steve harvey morning show polls are open now until seven pm eastern time please go to vote dot org to get more information and georgia polling places Please do this. We gotta finish the job we started. Get these two senators and send them to dc. So then joe biden and kamala harris can do what they need to do to to change to stop the bleeding to change in a country. That's exactly right put deep than that. We need to send a message to ville about who we are. Yes i think this is now about proving and showing them who we are. You're right me election. You know what i mean. I mean for me. This election is more about black. Lives really do matter. This president has denounced black lives matter movement talking about this a marxist organization and he don't d- what are you talking about so sad stupid ass theory and got all these people now the head of the proud boys you know. They've arrested him for doing defacing. The black lives matter signs somewhere some proud boys ripple down from a church which he wouldn't he wouldn't denounce the proud boys when asked anyway. Just stand down and be watchful and all this back and stand by this election you all. If you have not voted please go to the polls because you want to send a message. You don't think we matter but we really do and we're going to prove it to you. We're going to show you that. Our vote can change elections. Do you notice because we voted that he is not the president today. Do you know if all of us were to vote in georgia. Do you know we would control. Who was in the senate. Do you know we have that power today that you still have time to go to the polls before it closes and cast a vote. That could be the deciding factor. You can be part of a movement. That's how we have to look at it. Look that's right. Dave politicians go get in. They're going to disappoint us from time to time. We got that But we ain't got to discipline ourselves though. Not we know that we've done our share. We can know that we showed up in made a difference that we can note. Yep so come on george. Let's vote today. Let's vote polls are open right now. all right it's time for trump. Go fifteen fifteen fifteen times two weeks two weeks out. All right steven. We're going to switch gears here..
"one night" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"On. You stole a lot of scenes in that in that, and so when people reference that episode. They're all referencing you. The? I had no clue what the hell was doing some too I. Mean I even an of never really told anybody this other than my wife I watched that episode sometimes when I see a rerun and I cringe. I'm like Oh my God. All bad so and people I'll meet people that are go. All the way created. The character I was just trying to remember lines. That was the first. That was the first Sitcom. I had ever done. I've done dramas before, but that was the first Sitcom and of course I'm working with. A cast of Seinfeld I was so nervous. It was just like so you know in the weird thing about that, too. Show for the longest time was one of their highest rated shows, and that I would always tell people because of me, but it was. Apparently, nothing was ever on after that. It wasn't until like. They're super bowl episode that for some reason that that sort of stayed up there, but. Yet you do an episode assigned for wouldn't let the show I did for MTV for six years. When our first two years, we were there number one show in the world at seventy two countries and people. Would you know they'd recognize me? The day after the seinfeld episode aired, I was in Hollywood for a cast physical for shows doing in Vancouver and I got recognized walking out of the doctor's office to my car. Some guy yelled called me a Mimbo. I said it's the difference between the power of Network television. The number one show on television basic cable. Percent and that's why I interrupted you before because if you were to say, step off to somebody right now. That is exactly where their mind will go a step off. I gotTa make some people are saying which is Tony. They'll soldiers rattling off. From that episode and those two words, which is why it's a perfect title, those two words bring people's straight to that. And the weird thing with two as they had, they had a line because I've been giving credit for writing that line step off I didn't write it. I didn't go to Larry David and say. I want to align change. It was the guy in the audience. They had a joke. It wasn't landing, and then they were trying to come up with some so then Larry. S migos. Twenty-three you got MTV. What are you? What would kids your age say? And I don't even it was like the second or third thing I said that I said was step off, and then Jason Alexander said it with George Costanza. Accent and the crew laughed so then Larry Just said. Step off that works. Wow, these these little stories are so cool. That's awesome. That's all I got. Those are the only two stories I got. It's only four. Dude one quick question because I've I've been asked about possibly doing a book. And had a conversation about it and. Felt Skate off. Do you think that's good? What did you learn about yourself in doing the book so? And I'm not just saying that you should do it. If you have the opportunity to do it, you should do it because i. you know you make your notes. Here's here's what I want the book to be here's what but it sort of takes a life of its own and. As I said it's. It's anecdotal stories about my life where I where it came. And who I've become, but it it almost at least for me, almost on a spiritual thing in the third portion of the book for me, and talking about parenthood and my life, and who I've become now, and I didn't really initially plan on that happening. when I first started out writing the book, but I sort of you got into this saw journey was taking me on. So you know if nothing else I mean even if you're not gonNA. Do it because you learn a lot of stuff about yourself if you're going to be completely honest with the readers and yourself to write it. And I think that's the only to do it, because then, if not, then you're just like okay well. What story should right now and you're trying to be? You know it's to me too I in reading the book that you would write. I WANNA. Hear all those stories that I don't WanNa. Hear about when you scored a game winning goal, and then we did you WanNa hear other nuances that people wouldn't know about and. So. With that. I've dug into it. It is and I've done I've done presentations for sports, dangers and stuff like that when I do the presentations of like my hockey journey. There are certain things that I learned that I never knew just in like you said taking little segments of your life. When you line up, you're like the first one I. Did I'm like? Holy I learned I was I was responsible for very little of my success now. I was like whole. My God, the people that have touched my life from the age of thirteen, fifteen, seventeen, nineteen, twenty, twenty, two, or four. All of these people down this list of all elevated me in I'm not anywhere without all of these people I'm ready for like ten percent of my success. Oh, in doing your journey if Somebody even just encourage me to do it. Friend encouraged me to do it. Sit Down and write your book to understand yourself. Yeah, and then if you want to publish it or you WanNa do something with it, do it, but just the the process of sitting down to write that you'll really find a lot and learn a lot about yourself. That's why asset questions in the insight should, and you touch upon people that are responsible for it. I even get to that in the book where. It's my brother, my oldest brother. He's ten years older than me went out one night. Likes to go out as much as any everybody doesn't. He's more like I'll stay. Home doesn't really drink. Out One night when I was still in high school to a bar, He'd never been in before in our hometown, and hasn't been intense and saw guy he went to high school with that guy said what's going on with the family. He said Oh. Danza quarterback for the high school. He goes. Oh, I'm a graduate assistant coach. University of Carolina having, said the tape there, the tape universe North Carolina. Carolina I get recruited university North Carolina my senior year at North Carolina. I meet a producer from MTV because Janet. Jackson was in concert. There I keep that guy's card. I moved to L. after graduation. Call that guy. He hooked me up with the personnel working for MTV. That intern is working as a MTV. I'd hand in treatment for MTV sports I'm the host of MTV sports the rates? And I always. My brother I'm like. If you never went to that bar that night and saw Phil like what journey? What would happen with me? You know that entire journey culminated with being on the helmet thing podcast egg. If, your brother doesn't go to the bar. We're not sitting here today..
"one night" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"You're waiting for your paycheck. PAYCHECK and the very first meal orders like a club sandwich like a a twelve dollars, a nice restaurant steakhouse some and he gets like a club sandwich or something whatever it was ham and cheese I know and guys have the stakes, mignons wine common, whatever an end the bill comes and everybody just divvy it up. That's what the guys do right. He says twelve guys are up for supper here. It's a hundred bucks each and he freaking loses his mind. He's like what like what? Potter Bucks. Club sandwiches twelve bucks. It was his baptism to pro. And he was asked his face was red. You probably had to take out a loan to pay for supper that night. We'll be great movie, but see in hockey. You know there's fighting in hockey. What would be great is if if he would have actually thrown hands at that point like just like a hockey match? He's like you know what I got a club sandwich and just starts hitting the Guy Mixed It's just the two of them. You GotTa let them go, and then whoever takes the ended? It's like okay. Separate bowls is button-down over his. Way On. The local news that Nice. A scuffle broke out at the master stakeouts. great clubs sandwich. All of us have that guy in our friend group that are like. That wants to divvy up split. A nine person. Meal is like I. Just Want my little segment and you can tell how they're ordering to. I had a buddy that used to carry quarters in his wallet, so if it came down to like fifty cents, he tossed in the fifty cents all man. It would make me so contractor like just every so what I would tend to do is be like everybody. Just put in what you think you will and then I'm GonNa? Pay The rest because it was so uncomfortable today. Would you, putting quarter sedan point. This is still going on with these guns. Now this. Is Going to be like twenty years ago. Hopefully we I mean. We also had one team who every meal he would put it on his credit card and just take cash from the other guys. Single time every single time he would put. He's got two boys put on his credit card. The other guys Pam Eighty Bucks cash whatever it was end of the year he had like just thousands and thousands of frequent flyers like. He gets all summer long. Just on a countrywide tour flying first class just courtesy of what he put on his credit card for the boys meals over the years. A gambling. This guy point plausibly. Isn't this nice to sit around and talk about long? We used to go to restaurants and large groups..
"one night" Discussed on How Men Think with Brooks Laich & Gavin DeGraw
"Not what I saw. I don't think that I was talking with my parents by from my parents like don't do something on a first date I think. I was thought to be gentleman. Maybe that factors into it somewhere, but. I! Can Copy your parents. Rick to like respect and like obviously you're i. what were you taught like? I night date ethics no definitely not taught first night. They ethics, but I think going into with by what I was taught was be respectful. Nice, you know. Treat the woman very. You know like a woman and then you know. Then figure out what's going on in terms of what's the next move right? I don't think I really. I think personally I would always try to depending on how the day goes. I agree with Dan. You know you just kinda start putting feelers out there, and that is going good, and you know what's the next step through cast you you? You go to the bar the next time or or whatever but and then see where that leads us, but. I think going in that was something the way that I was brought up, and those were the things that were was telling me inside Tanaka. have sex the first time. Deming sense, yeah, so Dr. Vienna you guys remember Dr V. Got is wonderful. She commented on this post because we had this. We share this on our. How think podcast community? And she said if the chase is after a lasting, loving intimate relationship been sleeping together soon after meeting doesn't make a big difference, but if the chase is after sex than yes, of course, it will make a difference because the goal has been met. So I agree with what Dmitri said is I. If I'm going on a date, I'm going after the chase of pursuing something longer term with this person. is how I look at it, so I actually liked to meet your, said I, actually I prefer to be like maybe more of a traditional guy in that. I don't think I would force it or or even try to steer it that way on night one. Just, because in my own mind set to be truthfully honest in my own mindset I'm like just what you guys said like how many other guys she slept with on day one or is this? Is this the type of woman that I want to end up with? I have a question. Let's say we're all because we're all kind of on the same page. What if you get to that point at the end of the night? And it's going well and she wants to take it. Would you as a guy go? No, no, no, no. I don't feel real comfortable with. -solutely. I. Would you. Would you tell the lottery that you have enough money? No, you. Are you guys being serious? Say you really like this girl, would you? Would you actually go for it, or would you? Would you out of respect into maybe like? With your values or like I don't WanNa. Go there yet. You know like. You Own your conversation whether during dinner or when you're meeting of how many times have you had? Sex is that? Is that a differentiator? Hey. I think if that's coming up. If you're having that conversation on the first date, I'm out I'm like okay got. I don't want to be essay question. into. Then? Okay, let's be honest. Say She's Gorgeous Kerr on your out and she says to you know every guy's GonNa. Go Really. It means double to yeah. GonNa. Let's add zero. Here's another loaded. On a show where I heard it is like if a girl tells you how many guys he's been with you, you. It by three and for a guy. If he tells you how many girls he's been with you, divide, it is three. Years ever heard that A. I I've done what Dan is saying. You know you could ask zero to mind, but you add it to the beginning. Not to be. Okay, so last touch point touch on this because we want to move on because we actually have another guest coming in. That's going to help rick with a pending issue. What what do you think my my lasting point on this is I don't believe I would pursue it truthfully on night one on a first date because my goal with the date. Is Not such to have sex with this person might go with. The day would be to discover the person. Be Curious about the person and about what the possibility. Of of a partnership with this person could be and so respectfully I would keep a physical distance and not try and lead it that way, and that's just my personal preference. Even, though the person might be insanely attractive, and of course I want to get there. I think I would probably pump the brakes on that for a couple of dates. You guys. It's like you're. You're no. Hey, look! If I was a woman I date. You That's that's Kinda guide one a date. I just know I. Agree with you to a certain extent, but I'm also one hundred years old so I look at this. I don't know if I got tomorrow come, but I got today right now. What he said I think this change with age, too. Yeah, yeah, definitely, but to that point, see I I wouldn't pursue it. If there was a connection and we felt that way, then I would probably do it i. mean look around like I said before they're. They're bigger things to to base life on the world around us his burning right now. I don't think having sex on. On, the first date is the worst thing that someone can do anymore. If you have that connection fine, and if you find out later that that was a mistake, and that's not something you wanna spend the rest of your life where then you adapt from that, but to go in there, saying this. This is a breaker I'm not doing it because it's only the first time..
"one night" Discussed on Unspooled
"one night" Discussed on Unspooled
"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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"Remember that, but we need forty five. So you just Mary. But pretty good, but If. I was young at the way. It's been my honeymoon. Again, yes, sir it hiking. On Oh. No doubt. Oh No. Way. Own? Afraid you're burnt out a tons of. Until the no. Me Burn the time. By Tokyo's. As! All. Turn. If I watched it happened one night I would have the impression that in America. Nineteen thirty four everybody was bursting into song all the time kind of like how I am. At home all day long. My cat I love you, I mean. What did we do before we had cell phones? We couldn't look on twitter yet to disburse insomnia visit you know, jump right in. Any. This is a huge hit. We talked about the Kademi awards love of this film We've talked about how it spawned so many things I did find it interesting that even when this movie is so big that like Claudette. Colbert doesn't even really care about it like she dislikes the film so much that she didn't even attend the Oscars. She found out that she won for best actress in. She's about to leave on a trip, so she just Kinda rush over to the ceremony. She was in like a traveling suit, got it and like got out of there, Clark! Gable who took his award, gave it to a child who admired it. and Italian that the winning of the statue mattered not the it, and then that can back gable. After Clark died and then Spielberg got it back. There's this movie kind of has is really. This has a lot of weird stuff behind it. You know you would think that everyone would be speed like bowing down I mean besides the fact that it's. The first romantic comedy to win best picture, and there's only like four or five in the history of the Academy Awards. It seems like no one was passionate about it like it wasn't like. It just seems like it happened just. Seem, like it's a very disposable movie. You get that at all. Yeah! I can imagine when you read the script. It does seem disposable right because nothing happens in this movie, I mean honestly the listeners like rich girl runs around drives, people crazy things happen she gets driven crazy and she learns a lesson that that's like that could describe Oga. ZILLION films from this era honestly. I can imagine if you're critical and you do this movie. You're not expecting it to be that great, and maybe you're not thinking with the distance where you're bringing to the movie, you know. Maybe you're not enough to be like I'm going to make this good. You know you feel like you're doing under duress, and it's hard for you to see the work that you're doing, and it is true I. Mean you're you're saying this at the beginning? You know this movie. Movie comes out during the Depression and it didn't do that well when it was in the first run houses, you know the rich people were not flocking to see this. It wound up not being a hit until it made it into the second round houses. Intel people the the quote, unquote normals I guess could go see this movie and they turned it into a hit over time. So I think the surprise. The the the financial success of it caught everybody surprise. That's so interesting, so imagine Ben. How is it reviewed? He this is one of those movies where there's a difference between myth and morality. Because if you ever talked to capture about it, he would say. The critics are snobs and they didn't get it. This only became a hit. Because of the masses, Blah Blah Blah Blah Blah. Blah Blah. You know the kind of story that I think happened to him a little bit more with with the one that I. Honestly Maybe Love You more than this. It's a wonderful life. But. Honestly, he was really only talking about one review. Only one major critic didn't like it. Everybody else loved it in the major critic who didn't like it. I think we've had him on here. Before is Josh. He was with the new. Yorker, and he apparently what I read his review I sense that he didn't even see this movie as a movie, he saw it as part of the bus film trend, and he was not interested in bus films, and he couldn't see the film for the Gimmick that he thought had, so, he said him. We come in. It happened to the mundane matter of travel by bus. Obviously, if one is going to the movies, it will soon be necessary to experience an overnight trip on a bus. So many pictures are concerned with the doings on these brisk conveyances. Then he's like Blah Blah Blah. Here's the plot for a of paragraphs, and it just says you know what the picture is pretty much nonsense and quite dreary, except for natural touches of the habits of the travelers, they're cameraderie. The songs the etiquette of the ten minutes for lunch periods the customs of the overnight cabins, all replete with hints s to this essential development of our civilization. He's only seeing the bus it's. ADDS such a bizarre. So Bizarre Yeah I can't even really. It's funny where people get hung up on I. Mean obviously this is Your Business Amy? Do. You ever find yourself getting like that myopic about a movie that you're like this is the one thing that I'm looking at nothing. Else matters me me. y'All. Get all wrapped up into a tiny detail and get very upset about it and then use. The back! Yes yes I! I have to fight against it. It's. I think about this other time you lately in the business over viewing, it has been sitting at my house and having screeners set to me the idea of seeing a movie like a the new Universal Pete Davidson King of Staten Island movie on my couch. Instead of having to go out to the theater for a public screening is strange but there has been times in all of my life. Where like you're aware that you're grumbling about the fact of having to drive across town to see an Adam Sandler movie. Grumbling all the way there and you're mad at the movie because you're already in traffic, and you feel like you know what it's going to be, and then you have to remind yourself as you sit down. You haven't seen this movie. You have to reboot. You have to be able to watch it for what it is. An Ed, but I think there is such a Would you think about the minutes of irritation involved in being a critic which is bad? You're in traffic. It's just it's La it's annoying. You have to go park. To go on the escalator like this, Adam Sandler movie better be worth it and you're aware that you're watching the movie from a from a setback. Yeah I often feel like comedies are the ones that are kind of slighted the most in this discussion because. Now with this, we're talking a lot about the historical context. We're talking a lot about. The behind the scenes, it's hard to dissect a comedy. I really dissect it.
"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 leg like. And you could argue that since the guy who pulls him over his point of pulling over just to steal their luggage, he would have pulled over anyways but I actually pulled the audio clip of them when they do get into the car because I like how she's trying to get credit just for an. Art To. Go to give me a little credit. For. Prove Bryce enthrall at the limit. On the thumb. Can Take off all your clothes. You're GonNa Stop Twenty Code. I.
"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.
"one night" Discussed on Unspooled
"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.
"one night" Discussed on Unspooled
"Full of personality and squabbling meets man whose full of personality and squabbling they squabble, and they fall in low. The woman here is actually our Cleopatra. It is Claudette. Colbert, the one the only the great beauty, and our man is the again the one the only there is no other. Other form like him on the planet. Clark Gable he's a Newspaperman. She's an heiress escaping her overprotective father to try to get with her Laima Zoya. Wannabe pilot Blah Blah Blah Blah husband in this their whole hijinks Ara directed by Frank Capra. This is one of his early hits that really put capra on the alias and made him the director that we have seen several times through this list. You Amy? I gotTa admit when I first started this film. I was excited because it was a CAPRA film visit. You know started to pool itself. as Clark Gable Claudette Colbert I, it's not going to have the energy that I want. It's GonNa. Be Fine like we should respect it, but I'm not going to like it. And I really went in with that attitude and I cannot tell you. How much this film surprise me maybe laugh and brought me in every single time that I wanted to check out. It is really a film that captures the DNA of the modern romantic comedy everything. That we know of this. You know love hate relationship. Every mcconaughey movie every Kate Hudson movie. Put together. I mean this. The DNA is in this film and more to I really just kind of fell in love with this and and a loved. Clark Gable I felt like I saw him away that I had not seen him in before and I've yet. This movie really worked for me. I love it also because this is a movie that's made in nineteen thirty four. You get a little bit of that layering of the Depression in here. You know this is A. A movie that I felt like watching. It is in conversation with Sullivan's travels, which is gonNA come later. You know what happens when somebody who has money in privilege goes on the road and sees what the country is really like has to learn. What poverty is like firsthand. Actually the way I almost feel like there's a conversation happening between. It happened one night. Sullivan's travels at Inbetween Modern Times Ito. What is it like when you're poor in love and the world is conspiring against you and making your life difficult, you know. How do you overcome the the world itself? Yeah I think when I was looking at the year, came out and everything that went on during this year I'm also thinking that film like this probably is really well received or. Wanting to be embraced, because there is so much darkness going on in the world I mean everything that I read that opening monolog about nineteen thirty four is pretty dark and I think what this movie manages to do. Is Ground something in reality like you're talking about? You're seeing the seams of America, but it also is giving you laughs. It's it it is. I think highlighting. The imperfection of the world that we live in it's kind of making a glossy, and it's also not making it like Grapes of Wrath it's. It's finding this fund. Middle Ground that I feel like is relatable, and you know all the bus scenes in particular. A Greyhound took off after this movie because people thought Oh, I can explore the country by bus. It really happened to me this movie. Introduced these ideas, but also unsavory elements on those buses, and there's unsavory elements on these trains and there was something. I. Don't know it felt like walk this really interesting line. I love that you went straight to the bus of at all because I I guess I'd never really thought of this as a US movie before even though I wonder if it's subliminally got into my mind because I know around the time I saw it happened one night for the first time I took a greyhound bus from Oklahoma to new. York for spring break, and I was like Oh. That's what life is. Is Like right in this movie comes out. In nineteen, thirty four bus movies were trendy bus movies where like rollerblading movies of the nineties. Everyone's like. Oh, we gotta get a bus movie. There's so many movies that it was just like it felt like two people that they're that. This movie could be a cash. In the original title of it happened. One night was night bus and they're like way too trendy. Thing weird fun fact if you go sounds like a really bad jason safe move. Boss, giving you the good. If you go to the Greyhound website, they're on their corporate website. They have a corporate time line of all the important moments in Greyhound history in nineteen, thirty four. They say the Academy Award winning movie it Happened One Night, starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert prominently features a Greyhound bus in the story spurring interest in bus travel nationwide I mean. You don't have to tell me that because I'm on that Greyhound bus corporate site every day, just the news. What are they saying? What are they doing now? You? You had some bus experiences. What is it like what's happening in the movie or are people getting up there? Singing the daring man on the flying trapeze you hearing that? I have a few bus memories that stand in particular one. I was a gigantic idiot, and kind of poor, because I was in college and I thought. You know what I'll do to save money for my food. I'm just gonNA bring a bunch of cut vegetables and score Dahlia. Do you know what scored Elliott is no okay. It's a garlic based bread dip from Greece you bread and garlic. Did Not occur to me. That I will be the worst person on the world. You were down there, but I hate on an airplane. You don't bring the stinky food on their own man. It didn't occur to me. It didn't occur to me and then the other things I think about is that we went through Pennsylvania on our way to New, York, and there are a lot of amish people who got on the bus, and I remember being like Oh. That's cool I didn't realize amish people are allowed to ride. Buses in an amish person sat next to me. Me and I was really worried whether or not it could turn on and off the light I'd never met an amish person I feel like they're all these rules. I didn't know anyone. We stopped at a bus stop. I washed an amish man. Try to buy a GRANOLA bar from a vending machine, but he didn't know where the Granola bar came out of, and I wasn't sure if it was okay, if I told him it. Wow so interesting I love that. You respected the Amish so much that you didn't want to help them. Shine light on them. That was. Really respected. I didn't even know that there were rules. And maybe that's my own day. The Guy I didn't realize that yeah. I mean you could have I mean this could have been his Rome springer I mean you could have really opened them up in a big way. I know the Amish. I'm realizing. Especially the last couple of weeks are pretty cool. I need to learn more about the amish that by the way it's alien counter. Did you notice? In this film that Capra, does his little cameo little hitchcock and cameo here he is. One of the passengers on the bus singing, the daring young man in the fight trapeze, actually the one who. Sings, the third couplet in the film and he's actually pretty good. I love that this isn't him, but let's play some singing. Let's because it's a great moment of Camaraderie on this bus bus. Dad! I miss like a cat. Every girl the how? You met her. It's. That allow. People Paying Johnson. How file from the MAR on the! Whole one. Spying on my long. Overdue. hollered. Include.
"one night" Discussed on Unspooled
"Seven. Let's take a listen to some of the amazing banter in this film. Don't use dot. Telling me I shouldn't dunk. Of course you don't know how to do it. Don't let it soak so long Kevin. Frock coat. Hanger longest off and follow up. Write a book about. Thanks professor. I change places with a promise daughter. anyday, amy. It happened one night. WHO's in it? What's it about? It happened one night. It is possibly the urge texts vinnie modern romantic comedy as we know it. Woman, who's full of personality and squabbling meets man whose full of personality and squabbling they squabble, and they fall in low. The woman here is actually our Cleopatra. It is Claudette. Colbert, the one the only the great beauty, and our man is the again the one the only there is no other. Other form like him on the planet. Clark Gable he's a Newspaperman. She's an heiress escaping her overprotective father to try to get with her Laima Zoya. Wannabe pilot Blah Blah Blah Blah husband in this their whole hijinks Ara directed by Frank Capra. This is one of his early hits that really put capra on the alias and made him the director that we have seen several times through this list. You Amy? I gotTa admit when I first started this film. I was excited because it was a CAPRA film visit. You know started to pool itself. as Clark Gable Claudette Colbert I, it's not going to have the energy that I want. It's GonNa. Be Fine like we should respect it, but I'm not going to like it. And I really went in with that attitude and I cannot tell you. How much this film surprise me maybe laugh and brought me in every single time that I wanted to check out. It is really a film that captures the DNA of the modern romantic comedy everything. That we know of this. You know love hate relationship. Every mcconaughey movie every Kate Hudson movie. Put together. I mean this. The DNA is in this film and more to I really just kind of fell in love with this and and a loved. Clark Gable I felt like I saw him away that I had not seen him in before and I've yet. This movie really worked for me. I love it also because this is a movie that's made in nineteen thirty four. You get a little bit of that layering of the Depression in here. You know this is A. A movie that I felt like watching. It is in conversation with Sullivan's travels, which is gonNA come later. You know what happens when somebody who has money in privilege goes on the road and sees what the country is really like has to learn. What poverty is like firsthand. Actually the way I almost feel like there's a conversation happening between. It happened one night. Sullivan's travels at Inbetween Modern Times Ito. What is it like when you're poor in love and the world is conspiring against you and making your life difficult, you know. How do you overcome the the world itself? Yeah I think when I was looking at the year, came out and everything that went on during this year I'm also thinking that film like this probably is really well received or. Wanting to be embraced, because there is so much darkness going on in the world I mean everything that I read that opening monolog about nineteen thirty four is pretty dark and I think what this movie manages to do. Is Ground something in reality like you're talking about? You're seeing the seams of America, but it also is giving you laughs. It's it it is. I think highlighting. The imperfection of the world that we live in it's kind of making a glossy, and it's also not making it like Grapes of Wrath it's. It's finding this fund. Middle Ground that I feel like is relatable, and you know all the bus scenes in particular. A Greyhound took off after this movie because people thought Oh, I can explore the country by bus. It really happened to me this movie. Introduced these ideas, but also unsavory elements on those buses, and there's unsavory elements on these trains and there was something. I. Don't know it felt like walk this really interesting line. I love that you went straight to the bus of at all because I I guess I'd never really thought of this as a US movie before even though I wonder if it's subliminally got into my mind because I know around the time I saw it happened one night for the first time I took a greyhound bus from Oklahoma to new. York for spring break, and I was like Oh. That's what life is. Is Like right in this movie comes out. In nineteen, thirty four bus movies were trendy bus movies where like rollerblading movies of the nineties. Everyone's like. Oh, we gotta get a bus movie. There's so many movies that it was just like it felt like two people that they're that. This movie could be a cash. In the original title of it happened. One night was night bus and they're like way too trendy. Thing weird fun fact if you go sounds like a really bad jason safe move. Boss, giving you the good. If you go to the Greyhound website, they're on their corporate website. They have a corporate time line of all the important moments in Greyhound history in nineteen, thirty four. They say the Academy Award winning movie it Happened One Night, starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert prominently features a Greyhound bus in the story spurring interest in bus travel nationwide I mean. You don't have to tell me that because I'm on that Greyhound bus corporate site every day, just the news. What are they saying? What are they doing now? You? You had some bus experiences. What is it like what's happening in the movie or are people getting up there? Singing the daring man on the flying trapeze you hearing that? I have a few bus memories that stand in particular one. I was a gigantic idiot, and kind of poor, because I was in college and I thought. You know what I'll do to save money for my food. I'm just gonNA bring a bunch of cut vegetables and score Dahlia. Do you know what scored Elliott is no okay. It's a garlic based bread dip from Greece you bread and garlic. Did Not occur to me. That I will be the worst person on the world. You were down there, but I hate on an airplane. You don't bring the stinky food on their own man. It didn't occur to me. It didn't occur to me and then the other things I think about is that we went through Pennsylvania on our way to New, York, and there are a lot of amish people who got on the bus, and I remember being like Oh. That's cool I didn't realize amish people are allowed to ride. Buses in an amish person sat next to me. Me and I was really worried whether or not it could turn on and off the light I'd never met an amish person I feel like they're all these rules. I didn't know anyone. We stopped at a bus stop. I washed an amish man. Try to buy a GRANOLA bar from a vending machine, but he didn't know where the Granola bar came out of, and I wasn't sure if it was okay, if I told him it. Wow so interesting I love that. You respected the Amish so much that you didn't want to help them. Shine light on them. That was. Really respected. I didn't even know that there were rules. And maybe that's my own day. The Guy I didn't realize that yeah. I mean you could have I mean this could have been his Rome springer I mean you could have really opened them up in a big way. I know the Amish. I'm realizing..
"one night" Discussed on Unspooled
"Show for our hundred films on the AFI list, I love this poster designed by Scott See and we're kind of coming to the end here. So this is your last chance to to get this up on your collection and watch along with us. So you know last time to plug this amazing poster? I cannot believe that it is the end of the road. We have made it to the year two thousand twenty, so as happened, and actually while we're plugging thanks. I have a new episode of Zoom coming out. That is very about twenty twenty. It is about Hollywood and politics specifically about how Hollywood has been influencing elections since the nineteen twenties this back, and forth from the classics Studio Moguls Getting invested in politics, and then this idea of politicians, s, celebrities, and how Hollywood has evolved how he think political candidates. It's really really really really really interesting stuff that I love diving into. So if you're curious about it, check out my new episode of Zoom. It will be out this week. I also want to plug something that I have nothing to do with. It's an amazing documentary that just popped up on Netflix. It's called disclosure a great documentary about the history of Trans People in. Film. Really blew my mind and film and TV I should say it's. It's really really well. I. It's on Netflix right now and I think. If you like film history you'll love it and I think it's super important documentary, really really good and there's one thing that I am involved with that. I will also plug which is the last episode of my show. They did for Marvel, which is called the world's greatest. Book Club with Paul Scheer. He can go find it. on the Marvel page on Youtube where I interview people about their favorite comic books. If you're comic reader great if you're not. Not Fine, but we also are supporting local small shops. In this week. We did something really special. We actually talked to a comic book owner in Minneapolis about his store posts covert and just Kinda got an inside. Look of what's going on there and trying to help his go fund me so definitely. Check that out. You can type in Paul, Scheer Jason Zukas Marvel into Google now probably pop up 'cause. Jason's Lucas is guest this week, so that's that an emmy. My question to you right now simply is. Modern Times. Do people want it on the list or not? They ever I will start by reading a comment from our buddy. Shake AC. He says you know the thing that blew me away about this movie was how well modern it seemed? It's a silent film. Chaplin uses so many invented techniques to trick you into thinking. It's not in of all of his leading ladies. Paulette got her plays a character in such a way that you could easily drop her into a more recent film and not bad. And I she's so far ahead of her time in this in his school magnetic almost steals the move away from chaplain. Easy. Yes, vote. Vote and that is not easy to do. Steal a film away from chaplain, which makes me also want to give a shout out to my buddy. Jason, cinnamon, who has been using part of quarantine to introduce his daughter to silent films as been giving her a silent film, learning segments of showing her a bunch of films, listening to our podcast, for example about it, and she loved modern times and chaplain to so that makes me so happy. We're all. GonNa live silent films. Men I've actually been doing something similar I've been giving my kids the silent treatment the entire. And it's really been working well Ed Day Kuzin really enjoyed our down of Mickey. Mouse he goes when I was a kid in the eighties, the culture at large really pushed hard the idea that Mickey. Mouse universally beloved friend to all children, but I almost never saw any of these cartoons, so they'll zero connection to him. He was like a rich divorced dad who swooped into your life once a year expected you to follow him. Meanwhile, bugs bunny was on TV constantly, and he was hilarious. He was like the scraggly Stepdad with permanent stubble and closet of Hawaiian shirts. Who with you all the time in the backyard? While this is really I. Mean Post Father's Day what a great. Analysis of. Mickey Bugs but Really. Really Fun stuff there and finally from modern times. There's a great. Little comment from Louis Camera. They wanted to shout out Roland Tila Roth chaplains, longtime cinematographer, who never gets enough credit, the knock against Chaplin as a director that he wasn't particularly inventive with the camera because he's more on telling the story through performance, but he and Taylor oath created some indelible images like the final shot of modern times, which is one of my favorite final shots ever and the in it is really nice. So that's actually nice, we don't. We don't really talk about cinematographer. I think when you talk about Chaplin. You is kind of view him. As a a model he did it all talked everybody. We even talked about that in the show that he was so involved in every detail, but great people work with people. It's you know undoubtedly. That's the way it goes even if they don't want to admit. So amy last week. We asked a question about what romantic comedy belongs on the top one hundred list, because there's not that many and we got some great responses. Take a listen to these answers. I'm going to say that attornal sunshine of the spotless in mind so good and so challenging I'd love to see it on the list. My thing that Rahm column of all time and I think maybe the best couple in any ROM column he in Herald and MoD. I'M GONNA. Say Stanley Dylan's two for the road for no reason than that our Finney and Audrey Hepburn referred to each other affectionately as bitch and bastard. You've got mail. Or the shop around the corner, but I would argue for. You've got mail. Because it is really representative of a moment in time, and also is fighting or avalon. So what could be better? I'd like to cast my vote for Scott Pilgrim vs the world. And what Moody's trip on the Afi? Paul you know that my heart went pitter-patter at eternal sunshine of the spotless mind Michelle boundary is. Just stunning, I absolutely adore everything about that film that I mean to me. That is one of the greatest films we've made in the last two decades. You know I have to say one of the movies that wasn't mentioned although I really did enjoy that, Scott. Pilgrim's on this was one of the film's wasn't mentioned that really made a big connection to me was saying anything I love that movie. I don't know if it holds up. It was just hit me at the right time, but I only sky John cusack. I mean you can't get. Than that, where's my cameron? Crowe Romantic comedies on this list of need one. Now you're telling me you have on the boombox thing you did, didn't you? When did you go? To sounded one. No one I would never do that. I mean look. There's some problem. Is problematic things there i. don't know he's kind of like a soccer right? Yeah, I! Guess that's the whole thing all right. He's canceled anyway. Are you ready to get into this great romantic comedy or I should say. Are you ready to? The. Year is nineteen thirty four. The infant son of famous aviator Charles Lindbergh is kidnapped for fifty thousand dollar ransom. Unfortunately, the baby was killed the first photograph sightings of the Sea Monster, and Scotland's Loch ness are entered into the cryptic cannon in Louisiana the FBI. Track down and kill bank robbers, Bonnie and Clyde Oh, so sad, and after becoming the Chancellor Adolf Hitler declares himself the fewer. Fewer of Germany Donald. Duck makes his big screen debut in a short film called the Wise Little Hen. The popular films are the thin man one of my favorites. That Count of Monte Cristo Cleopatra Today's film. It happened one night. It ranked number forty six on the AFI top one hundred list, having dropped eleven points from physician at thirty, five in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety seven. Let's take a listen to some of the amazing banter in this film. Don't use dot. Telling me I shouldn't dunk. Of course you don't know how to do it. Don't let it soak so long Kevin. Frock coat. Hanger longest off and follow up. Write a book about. Thanks professor. I change places with a promise daughter. anyday, amy. It happened one night. WHO's in it? What's it about? It happened one night. It is possibly the urge texts vinnie modern romantic comedy as we know it. Woman, who's.