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"oscars emmys" Discussed on The Corner

The Corner

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on The Corner

"One second. I caught a break. Hold on. You just got to say now. He's a maniac and then keep going from there because I plugged my phone into charge. Wow. You all know that. All right. You're good. Apart from there. Now Kanye, now Kanye is a maniac. And I don't know whether his documentary is going to go. Part one was Kanye before college dropout. Part two was college dropout. Part three is like ten years ago to cover in part three. And I don't know how they're going to handle this. Because again, the college dropout episode was 90 minutes of him making one album. You made albums have come out since then? I don't know, I don't know what's going to happen with. How did cootie and chike handle this? Because I don't know if they know real deep in a kind of turning into a bad man, right? I don't know if they talk about my beautiful dark Tristan's fantasy. I don't know if they tell how deep they talk about 8 O 8s of heartbreak. This, to me, when I saw the pacing of this documentary, this screams multiple seasons. Yeah, I don't know about that either. When you do this, to me, the way I'm watching this through my lens, even above and beyond, this is a journey for college dropout and him just starting to become successful, right? This was the story between him and his mom. So you can take this just to the point of when his mom passes. And then it changes. And then that's where this should end. And then whatever footage you have, you got three more episodes and you do the Taylor Swift joint. You do 8 O 8s, him and amber. You do my third two state fantasy, leading into the Kardashian era, and then you stop. And then if you have anything else after that, if you guys are still around each other, then you roll that into a third season and you go to the Kanye and Kim days and you finish it up. Yeah, see, I don't think it's going to be multiple seasons. I think this is just a series that's going to be one and done. More importantly, why is because if you do another one, Kanye is going to get involved. And Netflix does not want to deal with Kanye. They didn't let him get involved with this one. It's not his footage. Give it more time. Let them announce the second season, watch out Kanye trust is disrupted. I don't think it was made for seasons. I think it was made for one particular series. So I'm just curious how they handle it. But all in all, I think it was very good. I've seen people say it's going to win an Oscar, Emmy. I don't think I don't know about all that. The Bill Cosby. That's better than I just watched. Yeah, the Cosby one's good. I mean, but it's good. It's definitely worth watching. It reminds you, damn, that was, that was the Kanye that I liked. And when people say I want the old Kanye back and people go, no, no, that's offensive. No it's not. I want that. The Kanye had his mom. I want that's the Kanye I liked. And the drink champs interview where he talks about I use baggers. You're a liar dog. You're a liar. You are one of them. You're not a street guy. You're a nerd. You're an educator who likes high fashion. There's a lot of nerves I know that are like that. I mean, there's a lot of, if I had to put you in a box, I'm kind of be your lane as well. But it's like, you know, I don't have aspirations to be like Louis and Gucci and Elon Musk and all that shit. But Doug, if it wasn't for the quote unquote, backpacker community, you wouldn't be here. Straight up. This is my there would be no Kanye without that. This is my problem also. Is that there's no, no nod to rhyme fest, Khan was shown once. Well, the first two episodes to those who are not familiar with his story are familiar with hip hop and dig through, if you just watch this for Kanye's backstory, say they just start following him when he became a Kardashian. You would think he wrote all of those lyrics. You would think that it's just him and his thoughts and his talent alone. That gives off that perception. You see him freestyle a lot, which are just previous ratings. But you see him in the studio freestyling for multiple people. Jay, rapping in the offices Pharrell, you're made to think. And I think it's a poignant decision that he is penning these rhymes and then showing people his talent. When a lot of what went into that album in the first three albums was a cohesive unit and project a cohesive writing room, which they haven't shown. Yeah, I mean, you know, I was really good friends with what Ron fist at one point. And yeah, man, like, I've heard the original. A lot of people have, but I heard the original version of Jesus walks. Like, Kanye is, I keep saying, Kanye's not a great rapper. You can tell the difference between when Kanye wrote a song versus when Ron fest a cons whatever it was was writing a song. Totally different styles, totally different cadence. It's like listening to Dr. Dre Robin was like, yeah, he didn't write that shit. So yeah, not enough credit is going to be given to those guys, but I'm not surprised. I didn't necessarily expect his documentary to be about how Ryan fest wrote Jesus walks or crack music. All the other songs that he wrote. But that's not the point of the documentary. They showed Kanye and whenever a song consequence ended up being on on college dropout. When they showed the creation of that and then they played it, like back to back. I went and played the full version of the song. And I was like, you can't differentiate Kanye's verse from consequences verse at all. No. Cons had the same exact flow. I was like, cons, you're the worst ghost writer in the world. Like you at least got to change airflow if you gave them the other flow. It's crazy. It's so apparent..

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Subscribers the grill manufacturer featured a recipe for grilled meatloaf Unfortunately the newsletter happened coincide with the passing of singer and actor at Marvin Lee a day The Texas native was best known by his stage name meatloaf Weber quickly issued an apology saying the company was not aware of a day's death when it sent the recipe The entertainment and political worlds are remembering Louis Anderson the rotund actor and comedian died Friday in Las Vegas of complications from cancer at the age of 68 Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning actress Viola Davis tweeted you were as gracious and kind as you were funny Rest well Keep them laughing in heaven Henry Winkler posted your generosity of spirit will cover the world from above We are so lucky you are on earth for a moment Minnesota governor Tim waltz wrote about the St. Paul native Louis Anderson was a pioneer in comedy who spent his life bringing humor and laughter into the world Pennsylvania state police say one monkey is still on the loose after a truck crash along route 54 in montour county a tweet today by PA state police asks people to call 9-1-1 immediately if anybody spots the animal it also warns them not to approach or attempt to catch the monkey since they can bite It's one of four primates that escaped after a truck caring about 100 research monkeys collided with a dump truck yesterday no injuries were reported I'm Chris garageio You wanted to see me Yes please Have a seat So here's the thing When this company brought you on we took a chance on you You didn't have that four year college degree We typically look for Right But we gave you a shot anyway And since then you've worked incredibly hard and given it your all Thanks You've been an important asset to the team But I don't think you can be an intern here anymore We.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Have three baby Weber is issuing an apology for an ill timed recipe of the week newsletter in the email sent to subscribers the grill manufacturer featured a recipe for grilled meatloaf Unfortunately the newsletter happened coincide with the passing of singer and actor at Marvin Lee a day The Texas native was best known by his stage name meatloaf Weber quickly issued an apology saying the company was not aware of a day's death when it sent the recipe The entertainment and political worlds are remembering Louis Anderson the rotund actor and comedian died Friday in Las Vegas of complications from cancer at the age of 68 Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning actress Viola Davis tweeted you were as gracious and kind as you were funny Rest well Keep them laughing in heaven Henry Winkler posted your generosity of spirit will cover the world from above We are so lucky you are on earth for a moment Minnesota governor Tim waltz wrote about the St. Paul native Louis Anderson was a pioneer in comedy who spent his life bringing humor and laughter into the world Pennsylvania state police say one monkey is still on the loose after a truck crash along route 54 in montour county a tweet today by PA state police asks people to call 9-1-1 immediately if anybody spots the animal it also warns them not to approach or attempt to catch the monkey since they can bite It's one of four primates that escaped after a truck carrying about 100 research monkeys collided with a dump truck yesterday No injuries were reported I'm Chris caraccio And I'm Susanna Palmer in the Bloomberg newsroom battered Bitcoin has lost 50% of its value since its peak setback in November That peak $67,734.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on AP News

AP News

03:41 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on AP News

"At flight controller's command unfolding like origami Michelle thaller is with NASA's Goddard space flight center This is a historic event web is the largest and most complex space observatory ever launched Workers recovered the body of a man whose vehicle was swept into floodwaters west of Olympia Washington after record precipitation The grays harbor sheriff's office said the 72 year old man was found dead in his submerged vehicle near his home after leaving to move his car to higher ground Several roads leading to Seattle remain closed and the risk of flooding landslides and avalanches continues Meanwhile in California thousands of people in remote Sierra Nevada communities remain without power running water or heat nearly two weeks after a December snowstorm down trees and damaged electrical equipment Oscar winning lyricist Maryland Bergman has died at home in Los Angeles at age 93 a representative said she died of respiratory failure not related to COVID-19 She and her husband Alan Bergman had one of the most productive songwriting partnerships in history teaming up on hits for film TV on the stage including the way we were With an AP news minute I am Jennifer King The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Texas abortion law that is sure to continue to legal battle A near ban on abortions in Texas will remain in effect after the Supreme Court ruled Friday that abortion providers will be allowed to sue the state over a law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected That's around 6 weeks before many women know they're pregnant Researchers at the University of Texas have found that the number of abortion statewide fell by 50% compared with September of 2020 the AP has reported that Texas women seeking to end pregnancy have been seeking plan B medication in Mexico or turning to clinics in far flung states because those nearby can't keep up with the increase in demand The Texas law was designed to put obstacles in the way of legal challenges and so far that strategy has worked The case is almost certain to return to the Supreme Court after review by the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals which has twice voted to allow enforcement the court's conservative majority also seems likely to roll back abortion rights in a Mississippi case that was argued last week although that decision is not expected until the spring Jennifer King Washington You could find yourself stuck on a snowy highway this winter or have your travel plans delay because of a shortage of snow plow drivers And that could be a problem from the east coast to the west as winter storms start dumping snow today From Pennsylvania to Washington state they're having trouble finding snow plow drivers The jobs are comparatively low paying They often involve working odd hours and dangerous conditions and they require a commercial driver's license An industry official says states will be shifting resources where they can and trying to make sure that roads are clear during peak driving times While they try to convince potential drivers that as he puts it jumping in a plow in the middle of the night at Christmas time is a good career choice I'm Rita foley The new German Chancellor olef Schultz is holding talks with Europe leaders and senior officials on issues including Eastern Europe tensions Schulz has met with French president Emmanuel Macron as both nations are making efforts towards the deescalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the leaders spoke during Schultz's first visit abroad after his coalition government was sworn in earlier in the week the German Chancellor is next in Brussels to meet with European Union and NATO officials Schultz says we all view the situation on the Ukraine border with concern The talks come as president Joe Biden this week moved to take a more direct role in diplomacy between Ukraine and Russia I'm Charles De Ledesma Thank you Family It looks a little different for everyone For some it's mom and dad For others roommates who feel like family And for others.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on AP News

AP News

04:08 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on AP News

"Done like helping to pass the Affordable Care Act Being tough being a fighter was one of Harry's singular characteristics President Biden spoke of Reed's legacy Harry Reid will be considered one of the greatest Senate majority leaders in history He died in December at home in Nevada at 82 from pancreatic cancer NASA researchers are celebrating the deployment of a new space telescope that's been decades in the making The final piece of a 21 foot mirror made of gold plated beryllium hexagons backed by tiny motors swung into place on Saturday at flight controller's command unfolding like origami Michelle thaller is with NASA's Goddard space flight center This is a historic event web is the largest and most complex space observatory ever launched Workers recover the body of a man whose vehicle was swept into floodwaters west of Olympia Washington after record precipitation the grays harbor sheriff's office said the 72 year old man was found dead in his submerged vehicle near his home after leaving to move his car to higher ground Several roads leading to Seattle remain closed and the risk of flooding landslides and avalanches continues Meanwhile in California thousands of people in remote Sierra Nevada communities remain without power running water or heat nearly two weeks after a December snowstorm down trees and damaged electrical equipment Oscar winning lyricist Maryland Bergman has died at home in Los Angeles at age 93 a representative said she died of respiratory failure not related to COVID-19 She and her husband Alan Bergman had one of the most productive songwriting partnerships in history teaming up on hits for film TV on the stage including the way we were With an AP news minute I'm Jennifer King The Supreme Court has issued a ruling on a Texas abortion law that is sure to continue the legal battle A near ban on abortions in Texas will remain in effect after the Supreme Court ruled Friday that abortion providers will be allowed to sue the state over a law that makes abortion illegal after cardiac activity is detected That's around 6 weeks before many women know they're pregnant Researchers at the University of Texas have found that the number of abortion state wide fell by 50% compared with September of 2020 the AP has reported that Texas women seeking to end pregnancy have been seeking plan B medication in Mexico or turning to clinics in far flung states because those nearby can't keep up with the increase in demand The Texas law was designed to put obstacles in the way of legal challenges and so far that strategy has worked The case is almost certain to return to the Supreme Court after review by the 5th U.S. circuit Court of Appeals which has twice voted to allow enforcement the courts of conservative majority also seems likely to roll back abortion rights in a Mississippi case that was argued last week although that decision is not expected until the spring Jennifer King Washington You could find yourself stuck on a snowy highway this winter or have your travel plans delay because of a shortage of snow plow drivers And that could be a problem from the east coast to the west as winter storms start dumping snow today From Pennsylvania to Washington state they're having trouble finding snow plow drivers The jobs are comparatively low paying They often involve working odd hours and dangerous conditions and they require a commercial driver's license An industry official says states will be shifting resources where they can and trying to make sure that roads are clear during peak driving times While they try to convince potential drivers that as he puts it jumping in a plow in the middle of the night at Christmas time is a good career choice I'm Rita foley The new German Chancellor Olaf Schultz is holding talks with Europe leaders and senior officials on issues including Eastern Europe tensions Schulz has met with French president Emmanuel Macron as both nations are making efforts towards the deescalation of tensions between Russia and Ukraine the leaders spoke during Schultz's first visit abroad after his coalition government was sworn in earlier in the week the German Chancellor is next in Brussels to meet with European Union and NATO officials Schultz says we all view the situation on the Ukraine border with concern The talks come as president Joe Biden this week moved to take a more direct role in diplomacy between Ukraine and Russia I'm Charles De Ledesma Thank you for to show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico We hired a nature show host.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

Champagne Sharks

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on Champagne Sharks

"Because i don't really corny animation in a way but they actually touch with some really good shit and one of the things they talk about is how people get oscars emmy's and stuff. Basically they have to literally have lunch with people and actually thought that was something on tv. Come to find out. That's the real thing they have to find out who the judges are sway. Them find out what they like. Spend time with them. Be likable for them. Used to do a lot of shit for them to even support you and most of the time if you're an city if you're a music artists especially a record label is usually helping to pay for that. Or if you're an actor is usually whatever studio was the wants to get the emmys the oscar. Whatever for the movie that you in so we have this blue -fession israel not ashes real reason. Why like especially in music. Everybody loves motown and everybody motown. But then you'll find these rare philly soul like ministers way better to motown way better. They didn't get no push and they just got left out in the cold and they will just you know a group and how. How did they disregard this sound. This sounds better better to marvin gaye and that was better than the temptations but the reality is there so filling the same for memphis because i ax facts was also pop into. That's right. yeah but the thing is. They made really good for music people. The town made pop music right. What's his name berry. Gordy was brilliant. He and his songwriters all sit in the room and always tell these stories. It was sydney's rooms and go over the song. Listen to them. Have artists go back and do it over if they had to. Because now this isn't gonna work..

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

Problematic Premium Feed

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on Problematic Premium Feed

"We get emotional. Be on it man. That's fucked up. How can you do that. Testy row was scripted entertainment. You know what i'm saying and you lose yourself. That's the illusion of entertainment. You will lose yourself in this. People malays domino of some movie that was recorded in taped and produce and directed. We do it in movies where we get emotional behind these things. So they're just tapping into the same thing in charleston. Why dozen in the most raggedy way but that's exactly what it is. It's all entertainment. I sit here. And i will watch basketball which i don't like but i'll watch it anyway. Knowing that i believe that the referees rigged the games you guys have hurt. Say that five thousand times. I believe the referees rig the game. I'm still watching this stupid shit. I don't know why you don't say but i do. I don't know why it's yes. It's like even watching an award. Show you know. that's just faking on his. They didn't pay somebody kiss. Somebody asks you know once you told me how they do the war so that never watched him kid. It's all fake. It's not real. Oh all who you know you know what actually it's funny because if you ever watched bocek horsemen which honestly is a great show. I didn't think i would like it. Because i don't really corny animation in a way but they actually touch with some really good shit and one of the things they talk about is how people get oscars emmys and stuff. Basically they have to literally have lunch with people and actually thought that was something on tv. Come to find out. That's the real thing they have to find out who the judges are sway. Them find out what they like. Spend time with them. Be likable for them. Used to do a lot of shit for them to even support you and most of the time if you're an city if you're a music artists especially a record label is usually helping to pay for that. Or if you're an actor is usually whatever studio was the wants to get the emmys the oscar. Whatever for the movie that you in so we have this blue -fession israel not ashes real reason..

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

03:22 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard

"You in your very well-known barnard speech. You talked a lot about something that is incredibly important which is pay gap. That women are earning eighty cents for every dollar one of the things you specified in it that i don't think people know is you're getting this fancy word with peyton manning and kobe bryant and you and you were talking about walking off stage. Can you explain what you said there. Yes oh. Espn called and they have a an award show. Every year called the espy's it's like oscars emmy's for sports and they decided they were going to give me in two other athletes what's called the icon espy award and so kobe. Bryant may he recipes and peyton manning and myself were getting. This award is in two thousand sixteen. So you know. I had lines and i'm not good at memorizing. I would love for you to teach me how to memorize lines better. She's just a savant at it. So where when she helps me with my audition. She'll read at once and then she can do. Everyone's lies say it's a muscle it's just like a bicep. You just gotta use it everyday. My gosh okay. Well that's good to know that. I might be able to get better at it but anyways we're onstage. I have some lines nervous as hell about saying the line. I have anxiety about memorizing. I have like a deep fear that i'm stupid. So i nail. The lines and the three of us turned to walk off stage..

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

06:43 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on Bill O’Reilly’s No Spin News and Analysis

"To do with china. That's basically bringing an oppression number one to traditional ways of speaking about people a number two to freedom of speech. So why would bob eiger a billionaire and his board of directors all of whom are fabulously wealthy. Want to impose this insanity on people who go to their theme parks. I think there's og- corporate peer pressure to be honest as well you know. We had decades of this critical race theory permeating our public institutions educational institutions and our colleges. And now they're kind of reaping the rewards of that social investment. Okay and now. You have a lot of major corporations such as nike dick's sporting goods Espn The oscars emmy's all these organizations. That are seeing a lot of pushback from middle america. But they're still plowing forward with what they believe is the future. The established ideology of social equity. Which is just a fancy way of saying you know communist type principles and and you know we saw. We see what happens when companies push back against the dominant national narrative. They get iced out. Look at parlor for example right. They decided to not go along with the apple. Google restrictions and then they got shut down by amazon servers these companies and especially a lot of the billionaires running things at the top. There's not too many of them when it comes down to it you know. All media corporations are by six companies. They almost group think about their group. Think we're they all think the same they're all on board with the progressive left same thing in hollywood same thing in new york city in the network divisions that run a television industry. They all think the same is it because they wanna get invited to parties. I mean this into any diversity of thought at all last word. I think a lot of it has to do with that if they want to. Keep rising in the ranks of their companies if they want their companies to be able to do further business deals with these other companies. I think there is this kind of consolidated effort where they say if we all stick together and we all do this. They can't boycott of song. Okay but i do believe that. This creates a multibillion dollar opportunity for parallel institutions that are friendly tolerance conservatives to thrive in this new environment. I think so too but i. It's going to be congress getting involved in the censorship issue. That's gotta happen counselor. Thanks very much taking the time. We really appreciate it. Let's go to the trust. Factors a new poll. Just out by gallup and it says you have confidence in the following institutions. Throw them on up. And i'll give you two thousand nineteen and then this year so public school system confidence twenty nine percent. Now it's gone up three points to thirty two medical system. You see the number thirty six to forty four. that's cove it. That's the facts that's why that jumps small business. Sixty eight seventy. That's got a lot of confidence of people. Church organized religion boy. Only thirty six thirty seven percent have confidence in the churches that has really hurt our culture. And it's the churches fault largely not just the catholic church all the not responsive to the people's knees banks don't nobody likes banks. Us bream court few like them. Criminal justice system twenty percent have confidence criminal justice system. There is a lot of corruption there no doubt about it military still high numbers tech companies only twenty nine percent twenty nine percent and that's a censorship deal right there. Newspapers are shot twenty one percent. That's it have Confidence in them. How about this number television news. Sixteen firts and who are you. People have confidence television news. I wanna know who are you Presidency thirty eight. That number stayed the same trump to biden. isn't that interesting slow number but stay big businesses. Fallen congress is nowhere and the police fallen a little off. The george floyd stuff. There is the trust poll from gallup. Okay now why. Don't people trust the media. Let me tell you an interesting story so it was a hippies by political political is a left-wing website. We knew this was going to happen once. We announce the trump o'reilly history tour. We knew someone was going to come. Try to hurt the tour hard analysis so political was the and i have tend to do nor this stuff but president trump asked me to talk to the political reporter which i did out of respect for the president so the guy gets on a line. He sounds like a middle. Schooler had his article already written or rewritten. The trouble riley. History tour is not selling tickets very well. That was his article and then he had a lot of smear stuff against me in the peace. So i told them basically a blank himself and i said to him. You know you write anything defamatory thing. We'll see in court. Because that's what i'm doing now you defame me. You hurt me. You hurt anybody around me. We'll see in court and won five in a row so anyway the political article goes out not a lot of pick up. It was just a bs article. I mean just crap. And i gave the guy to stats. Never found a way into the article so in fort. Lauderdale florida for this show. In december all of epa are gone. All of ep tickets are sold out and those tickets are really expensive. All right in houston all ep. Sold out in dallas. All of ep sold out and in orlando twenty-five left. That's it so those are the most those are the most expensive tickets and the ones that are integrated. There are seats to all shows because we didn't do any marketing yet. We have spent a nickel on marketing. Dot nickel why. Because you don't market six months out shows are in december you announce and this is what i told president trump. I said on the announcement the announcement. We have seven million dollars in the bank and ticket sales..

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Mcgee is playing this jam band. Never heard of jamba. Oh okay. That's probably how they get booked at red rocks. I go to the booker virgo. We'd like to play red rock to. I've never heard we're jam. Okay saturday. i hear somewhere. I found out there a jam band because one of the bartenders roommates says he's gonna get a handful of mushrooms ago out there for nine hours. I feel like the number one job for roommates bartender right. Not a lotta guys. Flying solo bartending. I sit in the bar actually at burbank today left out of burbank airport sitting at the bourbon bar and i send this text to jimmy kimmel. I said He got a ballgame named after him. They liberally named a ballgame after him. And you know as host the oscars emmy's and had fair to moderate success in hollywood having a bowl game it named after you is the greatest thing in the world and so i just texted him and said you beat co bear colbert. The in the ratings. Last week and i got a ballgame named after years. So you know you're on quite a roll button. And he texted back ten seconds later and he's like oh my god i'm in vegas right now telling the story of when you meant jerry. Lewis an aspect..

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on Planet Mikey

Planet Mikey

07:56 min | 2 years ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on Planet Mikey

"For being a jerk off yet. But there's there are those who wins an Emmy he writes a book his brother gloats all over him and everything, but it's crazy. It's it's the worst writer. It's really the worst and they're people that's right and people knew about it back then and but the media didn't talk about it nearly know now, they're talking about it because he sexually birth Somebody either that he's got a double barrel shotgun point they want to get rid of them because now they get somebody even more diabolical they want to put in there. Boom. I don't know. So I quit that you already knew who was going to be I quit that nursing home cuz I was getting depressed having to deal with the sadness of Michael mcinerney every night. It's a very terrible situation sure. It is in those homes. Yep. So covered Cuomo, right? Yep. Yep, the grandma coffee cake earlier. Yeah. Did we talk about? Dr. Seuss? Yes, Doctor Seuss. Are you are you aware of NPR's radio show called? Wait. Wait, don't tell me it's very good. Never never heard of it spitting I'm probably worked for that show is over for you have you know WGBH 2211 off call now when this $40 cup. Thank you, I thank you gift. They should have a cop. It was a $40 cobalt blue beautiful cup a cup heavy cupcake. Kind of cut that would keep your beverage warm for a long time. And for a $40 pledge. You know what Phil castinetti has Ed Romeros Cup on sale at his memorabilia store Chacha a drone narrow. It's not blue. It's not necessarily clean, but you it's a cup, right? Yes. We're familiar with the show the cup. Wait. Wait, don't tell. All right. So Billy the spaceman my best man in my wedding. My personal friend was on wait. Wait, don't tell me I just want to play this segment of because it's not easy to get all three questions, correct. So they would ask questions. That was the purpose of the show David asked three questions of each guest and you know, what I love is the announced your bill Kurtis with that amazing voice, right? And so listen to Billy answer these three questions and then we will play our own version of wait. Wait, don't smell me. And well Billy we are delighted to talk to you. But today we have asked you to play a game where calling you're not Spacey. Kevin is off. You are building know the space man's we thought we'd ask you today about Kevin Spacey the actor and such great films is The Usual Suspects in American Beauty and such terrible films as pass word and capex answer three questions about the award-winning actor and you win our prize for one of our listeners Carl castles voice on their voicemail Bill, who is Billy playing for Emily bring Boston, Massachusetts. All right, you played for the past week out before there's your first question Mister Spacey is of course an extremely successful actor having won Oscars Emmys down in an honorary Knighthood, but it wasn't always successful. In fact during his early struggling Years in New York. He managed to get by by doing what a growing his own vegetables in a secret garden in Central Park be pretending wage. Johnny Carson and getting free food and drinks in restaurants and clubs or C stripping I like Ogallala, Nebraska. Isn't you know, he's Carson from Nebraska and sipping from Ogallala, Nebraska? Oh, I'm sorry. The Nebraska red was of course Johnny Carson your way. Yes, that's the answer. Very good. I run like that. It's just basic really good Johnny Carson imitation. So we'd go up and say I'm Johnny Carson table for four and they let him in and feed him really. Well, right ma'am a brilliant man. A lot of people just said beast. And you said Ogallala Overland? All right. It turns out that office space is not the only performer in his family. Which of these people is his brother a Randy Boise Idaho's number one Rod Stewart impersonator be competitive eater. Joey Chestnut or see Dame Maggie Smith. Well process eliminations got to behave to be a you're right. It's Randy Fowler. Google Randy be Fowler because I didn't always from Idaho. Well, that was through that engine trip you up there for everybody in the O J Simpson Case way. That's true. They all ended up their birth. You have the most interesting mind I have ever heard. and And start smoking and 64. Yeah. Last question believe it or not and frankly. I did not what I find this out. But it is true Believe It or Not Mister Spacey starred in a major motion picture that was released just last month. What was it? And what was his role was it a nine lives image in which Mister Spacey plays a businessman trapped inside the body of his family's cat would be Arthur and which mr. 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My name is Bill Smith Bill Smith is from Massachusetts. And he's the owner operator of a fine fine production facility on the island of Pelham. That's right. You guys ready to play? Yeah. Yes, sir. Okay question. Number one who wants to go first? I'll go home. And I remember this is correct. And if you get a wrong answer, it's that's exactly right because it's wait. Wait, don't smell me. In nineteen sixty-seven Mikey Adams was removed from office as vice president of the billing Junior High School student council because he a got off dressing in the girls locker room. Be made fake fart noises in front of a teacher's wife or C gave the finger to an eighth grade teacher. I'll go with be he made part sounds any other guesses. Well, there are only two others.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

05:49 min | 2 years ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"It was an embarrassment to jurisprudence. Tioga Senate to the word Republican. It was. It was a missed opportunity with boy, was it not good. Now, you know the Democrats as we know they're in show business, and they put on a Put on a good show and then made a nice movie. And because they probably honestly had some Oscar Emmy Award winning most filmmakers make their film from but it was well done, and it was effective. And if you were new to this and didn't know anything, you'd say, Wow, that was really compelling as a word they like to use compelling and, um And they did a good job. Now and again. It's all show business has talking yesterday about how show business the Republicans and David shown at least made the argument. Tonto some degree. That this was appointments and futile effort because Donald John Trump is a private citizen, a former politician, and the Constitution does not provide for the impeachment of former politicians. Former president And you know, you think the Constitution should have something to do with the Democrats don't think that the Constitution should have anything to do with it. They're just a lynch mob as they have historically been going back to their you know their Healtheon days of post civil war. Just as when they when they really got into the spirit of things, you know the Democrats, their history is a terribly horribly criminal and dark history. It's not checkered. It's really just kind of dark and bleak all the way back. But there it is. They I did make the 13 minute video and they and they provided a summary and then made Jenny Raskin was there. The lost Marx brother, and he he cried because the Democrats always have to cry there emotionally unstable, most of them. As we know. And Jamie Raskin, a Democrat from Maryland, part of the lynch Trump mob, and the I think maybe the illegitimate son of Zeppo Marx or something like that. He he got up there and he was talking and talking and and he started crying. They always cry. These people there. It's an emotional instability is the hallmark of Democrat Party. Across America and certainly in Washington and its and everybody Then you have to the news media goes to talk about him crying, and they have to remind everybody that rightly so perhaps, but it's the sympathy thing. You know, he's crying and he's lost Marx brother. But and if you're Republican, he'd be mocked and mark, but Jamie Raskin son committed suicide just very recently and horribly tragic and sad situation. He had just buried his son, I think on January 4th And then the melee happened on January 6th. He had his other kids with him at the Capitol. That day s so naturally, the media plays that card for him. He doesn't have to do anything. You know it's up on Cripple Creek. They take care of it for him and as very sad, But nevertheless, he know, and they play that card. The Democrats. They use that they say, Wait a minute. Jamie Raskin has just gone through this tragedy. Let's put him up there and we'll get the sympathy thing from the media as though they need tol pimp for that they get it for free anyway, But they did make this will be somebody made this movie. I haven't seen anybody explain who made the movie. But it was it was very effectively done and for it for the you know, persecution and prosecution of the former president, now private citizen of the United States being impeached, put on trial by the Senate, which the Constitution really doesn't provide for. I think the Democrats made an argument. There was a judge and 17 92 or something who was impeached after he left office. And I Hey, Well, There you go. You got President Democrats also have Congressman Alcee Hastings from Florida who is a former federal judge that was impeached because he was taking piles of cash from the Mafia and letting them off because they were paying him off. He is a corrupt judge. And and after he was found guilty of that the end impeached by the congress as a federal judge, the Democrats said, Hey, I think we like the cut of his jib, and they decided to run him for Congress after he was impeached as a federal judge, That's just how corrupt they are. They're incredibly astonishingly corrupt. And fortunately for themselves. That is video, so not a thing on. I mean, I really I've just got to say the president's pick in and and lawyers, um, sub standard subpar, not good at all. Doug Schoen did make some, but I don't. I didn't watch any of the late night, did you? You guys watch any of the late light night last night, but because, um, David shown was, I thought making a pretty good and cogent and coherent case. And then every now and then he would grab a little bottle of water with his left hand from the podium and go to take a sip. And when he did, he would put his right hand on top of his head I'm doing I'm recreating it right now, like you can see me. On. They take the little bottle of water with his left hand and bring it up to his lips. And he'd tilt his head back to drink the water, and he would put his right hand on top of his head like he was holding on, You know, a hat or something, but he wasn't wearing a head and it was kind of weird, and I watched that and I I got to say, I thought that was pretty weird Behavior wasn't quite here, die running down the side of the face, but it was pretty weird, and I said to my best girl, I said, Well, you know, there goes Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Kimmel. They got everything they need right there. That's all you need. Is Doug Schoen grabbing the top of his head as he should rub a circle on his belly while he's doing that, too, with his third hand. And if you're an Indian god, he could do that. That was it was odd behavior, and I'm John watching this, You know, Rudy member when Rudy Giuliani went told the press conference and they told the press to meet him at the four seasons And I was supposed to be the four Seasons hotel, I think and Philadelphia, But instead everybody went to a shrubbery place. Remember this. They went toe.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on KQED Radio

"We head to my Go for the latest on the protest there, and we remember Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning actor Christopher Plummer. Now news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack's fear. President Biden, Vice President Harris are ramping up their efforts to solve the administration's nearly $2 trillion stimulus package and are making it clear they have no problem with the fact that so far only Democratic lawmakers air supporting it. Here's NPR's Scott Tetro. It was just after 5 A.m. when Vice President Harris cast the tiebreaking vote on a key procedural step, allowing Congress to move forward with the Biden administration's top priority. Later, she and Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen held a virtual round table with hundreds of chapters of the Black Chamber of Commerce. Harris acknowledged the financial pressures facing many black Americans. This has been rough. We have all seen estimates that as many as 40 to 50% of black businesses have closed. Perhaps permanently. Some chamber members said that many black owned businesses were not able to access federal loans during last year's stimulus efforts. Harris promised that will not be the case now. Scott DENTRO. NPR NEWS The White House The Biden administration is unveiling a plan to boost the availability of at home coronavirus tests. NPR's Allison Aubrey reports the federal government will invest in six companies that can bring test market quickly as the grown a virus continues to circulate widely. The Biden administration has prioritized rapid testing. One test, A loom that can be done completely at home was the first to be authorized by the FDA. Now senior adviser Andy Slavitt says many more products will be brought to the market having 60 million more at home tests available over the course of the summer. Is exactly what the country needs. Officials say the administration is also invoking the Defense production act to boost supplies needed by Fizer to produce vaccines and to increase the supply of medical gauze and gloves. Allison Aubrey NPR News Secretary of state Tony Blinken has been consulting with European partners about Iran. NPR's Michele Kelemen reports on a virtual meeting that touched on other trouble spots as well. The UK, Germany and France were all part of the Iran nuclear deal. The one the Trump Administration pulled out of State Department spokesperson Ned Price says the new secretary of state held talks with his counterparts from those three European countries. As the Biden administration decides on a new policy toward Iran. We want to make sure that we're working in lockstep with our European partners and to ensure that they know exactly where we are. We know exactly where they are, and we will move forward together. The French foreign minister says. They held quote in depth and important conversations on Iran and touch base on other pressing issues. Russia, China and Myanmar were also on the agenda. Michele Kelemen NPR NEWS Washington They were all U. S trade deficit last year was up by 18% to $679 billion, the increase in the trade shortfall, the highest since 2008 as the Corona virus pandemic continued to weigh on the global economy. On Wall Street. Today the Dow was up 92 points that as that game 78 points, the S and P 500 rose 15 points. This is NPR live from KQED News. I'm terrorist. Siler. Oakland Mayor Libby Shaft has tapped Deputy chief Laurent Armstrong to be the city's new chief of police. Armstrong is a native of West Oakland who has served in the OPD for 20 years. In an announcement video this morning, Armstrong says he'll focus on the safety of Oakland's youngest residents. I'm one of those young people that didn't feel city And so is my job now to do everything I can to make sure that we as a police department do our job, Armstrong will take over a department that has faced years of turmoil and criticism of her police misconduct. The city has had 10 police chief since 2003 and remains under federal oversight to reform its practices. The largest vaccination site in California, is opening up early next week at Levi Stadium, home of the 40 Niners. The site will serve on Lee, Santa Clara County residents, and it's located by light rail, bus and freeway, making it easy to get to Santa Clara County supervisors, Cindy Chavez says there are about 330,000 elderly residents in the county alone, and they plan to start with 5000 doses a day by appointment. We have a lot of work to do, and as the vaccines come onboard locations like United Stadium are going to allow us literally to save large right now. Medical workers, residents have long term care facilities and people 65 older are eligible to get the vaccine..

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:46 min | 2 years ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Pissed on the protest there, and we remember Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning actor Christopher Plummer. Now news Live from NPR news. I'm Jack Spear. The house voted 219 to 209 today to approve a budget resolution allowing Democrats to begin crafting the details of President Biden's corner virus relief package. MPR's Kelsey's now reports committees are already working on elements of the proposal, hoping to get it ready shortly. The House moved quickly to approve the budget resolution that passed the Senate before dawn. Democrats are planning to use a process called budget reconciliation to pass an eventual coronavirus relief package with a simple majority in the Senate. But first they need to agree on the policy details. This resolution said spending targets but committee's still need to write actual legislation. Democrats hoped to pass the final package before March 14th with the current federal unemployment benefits run out. Any partisan covert relief bill would need support from all 50 Senate Democrats if they hope to pass it without Republican support. Kelsey Snell NPR NEWS Washington The Virginia Legislature has approved a measure to abolish the death penalty Governor Ralph Northam sang he plans to sign the bill into law once it reaches his desk. When the Evans of member station V. P. M in Richmond has more opponents of capital punishment site. The high cost the possibility of executing an innocent person in the disproportionate racial impact. Almost half of the people Virginia executes are black. Although black residents only make up 20% of the state's population. Democratic delegate J. Jones called the punishment a direct descendant of lynching. It is state sponsored racism and we have an opportunity here to end this today. Right now there are two people on death row in Virginia for capital murder. Both men are black. Once the bill is signed into law, their sentences would be reduced to life in prison. For NPR News. I'm Whitney Evans in Richmond, Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen and Vice President Kamila Harris held a virtual roundtable today with members of the group Black Chambers of Commerce. Much of the discussion focusing on the corona virus pandemic and the damage. It's caused the economy yelling, saying That's especially true for black communities and businesses, saying something needs to be addressed to make sure that this pandemic isn't another generational setback for racial equality. Better yet to finally start building an economy that works for everyone yelling, saying black workers were often the last rehired when the economy recovers, She said the $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief measure needs to be approved quickly. U. S economy remains mired in low gear as the Corona virus pandemic continues. That's based on the latest numbers from the Labor Department, which shows a scant 49,000 jobs were added. In January and December. Job losses were revised downward. Unemployment rate fell sharply last month, 6.3%, the Labor Department says around half the drop occurred because some of those who are out of work found jobs while others stopped looking for work altogether. On Wall Street. Today, the Dow was up 92 points. The NASDAQ rose 78 points. This is NPR. The International Criminal Court is cleared the way for a possible war crimes investigation in the Palestinian territories. Israel, however, is objecting MPR's Daniel Estrin reports from Jerusalem. The I C C rule that has jurisdiction to prosecute possible crimes in the Israeli occupied West Bank, east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip. The prosecutor says there's a basis to investigate Israeli settlement activity and violence in Gaza investigating Palestinian militants, too. Palestinian officials are welcoming the court's decision as a victory for justice. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu called it persecution. He said democracies have a right to fight terror and the ruling would hurt chances for peace. State Department spokesperson Ned Price said the U. S has concerns about the court exercising jurisdiction over Israeli personnel. Neither Israel nor the U. S are members of the court. Daniel Estrin. NPR News Jerusalem During that would ordinarily be their busiest time bars in New Orleans will be shuttered during Mardi Gras this year, said he's married LaToya Cantrell, announcing the plans to keep bars in the city closed throughout the Mardi Gras on weekend. City's famous parades have also been canceled. An effort to prevent the spread of the Corona virus can troll has announced plans restrictions on pedestrian and automobile traffic on Bourbon Street and other streets in the French Quarter. Shutdown begins next Friday runs to Mardi Gras, also known as Fat. Tuesday. On February the 16th critical futures prices extended their weekly gains will buoyed by expectations of major producers continuing to toe the line on production. Where was up 62 cents a barrel to close at 56 85 a barrel in New York. On Jack.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:13 min | 2 years ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"To fix the economy. NPR's Scott Horsley joins us now and Scott, these numbers sound. Very crim. How bad was this report today? Body. It was pretty bad. We saw another 19,000 jobs lost in bars and restaurants. That's on top of the 400,000 jobs lost in those industries in December. In person services have really been hammered by this winter wave of Corona virus infections. And even industries that had been pretty resilient up till now, like construction and manufacturing also solve some job declines in January. Even the tepid job gains we saw on the whole last month may have been artificially inflated by some seasonal adjustments. So the real picture maybe even weaker than these numbers would indicate. You, congressional forecasters said earlier this week. It could be 2024 before we see a full jobs recovery at the snail's pace of job growth we saw last month it would take a lot longer than that. We heard earlier, President Biden acknowledging that road ahead. How else is the White House responding? The president and his aides say This just underscores the urgency of passing the big aid package that Biden's been pushing. There is some skepticism from congressional Republicans and even some Democrats who think that another $1.9 trillion is overkill, especially on top of that $900 billion that was approved in December. And the three trillion or so that was approved last spring. But the president said again today he is determined to go big. A lot of folks are losing hope. I believe the American people looking right now to their government for help to do our job to not let them down. So I'm going to act. I'm gonna act fast by this, said he would prefer to act in a bipartisan manner. But he's prepared to push the package through Congress on a party line vote if necessary. And both the House and Senate have been laying the groundwork for that this week with budget resolutions that would allow Senate Democrats to sidestep the GOP filibuster and passed by this bill with a bare 51 vote majority in the Senate. Are there any areas of compromise? Well, yes, the president has said he's open to some modifications. One example is direct payments. Biden wants to send $1400 payments to most Americans. That's on top of the $600 payments that were approved by Congress in late December for a total of 2000, which is something Democrats campaigned on. There is a group of moderate Republicans in the Senate who would like to scale that back. They proposed $1000 payments to a smaller group of people. Biden has said he won't budge on the $1400 figure. But he is willing to adjust who qualifies for the money so it would be more targeted to low and middle income families. And not so many people earning six figures and up Speaking of which, what about the minimum wage of $15 minimum had been a big part of Biden's platform. There seems to be some resistance among some members of Congress. That's right. We have seen some opposition in the Senate in particular to raising the minimum wage, especially at a time when so many businesses are hanging by a thread during the pandemic. Biden and his team say they are still backing the $15 minimum. Although this is you know something they've been pushing for years. The White House's is marketing as pandemic related. They are highlighting the low wage grocery workers or home health aides who have kept punching the clock during the last 10 months or so at some personal risk, And they say those workers deserve more pay. It's still an open question, though, of this is what whether this is something the Senate could do on a 50 vote margin, increasing the looks as though Congress may take up the minimum wage as a separate standalone measure. That's NPR's Scott Horsley. Thanks for your reporting, you're welcome. The Oscar Emmy and Tony Award winning actor Christopher Plummer has died at age 91. He is best known for playing Captain von Trump in the sound of music, but our reporter Jeff Lunden, says he was much more than that. Let's get this out of the way. First man singing the famous Rodgers and Hammerstein tune it'll vice in the sound of music is not Christopher.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:59 min | 2 years ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"This is to arrest all those who stays the insurrection on Capitol Hill, the massive scale of the probe becoming clearer. Homeland security, issuing a rare urgent bulletin warning. Right wing militants and Lone Wolves may target elected effect and government facilities and were emboldened by the January 6 Capital Ryan. ABC is Pierre Thomas. President Biden's new covert 19 task force held its first meeting. The task force says it's confident it can turn the US around from its current path of high transmission and high death tolls. One way they say they plan to do that is to up daily vaccinations. But members of the task force do say that they expected to be months before everyone who wants a shot can get one. They also say it's essential for Congress to pass funding to complete Biden's plant. ABC is marked Rima Lard with Anthony Blinken on the job of Secretary of State's, The administration is placing at least temporary holds on multiple big ticket weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Blinken also says they've started a comprehensive review of U. S and Russia. Relations. Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users to update their operating systems to correct security flaws that may have been Apple says actively exploited by hackers. She was an extremely funny and talented woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's new station, use station K T a R on hair 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the KTs are new, zap your breaking news and traffic. No, it's 10 02. Good evening. I'm Deborah Dale. And here's our top story. Mohsen favorite, police say I buy that passes unanimously, Maricopa County supervisors agreed to an audit of the county's voting equipment with no evidence of election fraud in the county. The board believes this audit will help build confidence in the system. We know that there's a lot of misinformation about this election director of Election Day in emergency voting with the Maricopa County Elections Department. Scott Jared describes the audit as a multi layered, robust process from two independent firms review that it's not susceptible to hack and that it wasn't hat during the November 2020 general election. Also review that there's no malicious software or hardware that's installed Ventnor Katya Our news coronavirus in Arizona, Arizonans are struggling to schedule their second dose of the covert 19 vaccine. But health services director Hera Crystals are Mike Broom head. They can get the booster 42 days after the first shot. However, if you go past that there is no maximum interval. You will not have to restart this series over. She says. Those experiencing frustration should be getting emails and follow up calls to address technical issues and appointment availabilities. Coronavirus case and death rates are finally dropping in Arizona. But better health's chief clinical officer says our state's still leads the nation in transmission. Dr. Marjorie Vessel says the state's recovery from the holiday surge is taking a long time. Haitian, Karen or hospitals has not yet returned to a state that I would define as usual and customary, and I would caution you against celebrating too early as we slowly work our way out of this difficult, Serge Better hospitals have administered 100,000 Corona virus vaccines, but Dr Best, SEL says. They could use a lot more. I'm happy to say that we continue to see an improvement. More good news on covered 19 hospitalization. There are now 59 coronavirus patients hospitalized that Valley Wise Health Medical Center in Phoenix, down from an earlier peak of about 90 patients, however, believe that we still have risked Valley Wise helps Chief clinical officer Dr Michael White warns. If one of these more infectious or contagious variants of the virus worked to enter the State of Arizona are here within miracle, but county we may see a surge, he says. That surge of covert 19 patients could happen in March. Griselda City No que ta Arne on now for a check on traffic live from the Valley Chevy dealers. Traffic center. No crashes reported on Valley freeways or Main streets. Weather wise, we're heading to a low tonight a 44 up to near 70 Tomorrow, sky's turning cloudy right now. 54 degrees in Phoenix, whether brought to you by Howard Air whether replace a repair of call Howard Air. Deborah Dale on Arizona's news station. K T A R news. It's a new year. Phoenix and if you hate the paint, do what your.

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Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

Chad Benson Show

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Cloris Leachman dies at 94: 'The Mary Tyler Moore Show' actress won Oscar, Emmys

"Woman. Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Poorest Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for Her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to ABC News.

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"oscars emmys" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"oscars emmys" Discussed on WTVN

"I'm Richard can sue for the first time in about a year, the Homeland Security Department issued a public alert this time over white nationalist terrorism. Law enforcement on edge is the FBI races to arrest all those who stays the insurrection on Capitol Hill. The massive scale of the probe becoming clearer homeland security, issuing a rare urgent bulletin warning right wing militants and Lone wolves. Made target elected government facilities and were emboldened by the January 6 Capital Ryan. ABC is Pierre Thomas. President Biden's new covert 19 Task Force held its first meeting. The task force says it's confident it can turn the US around from its current path of high transmission and high death tolls. One way they say they plan to do that is to up daily vaccinations. Members of the task force do say that they expected to be months before everyone who wants a shot can get one. They also say it's essential for Congress to pass funding to complete Biden's plant. ABC is marked Rima Lard with Anthony Blinken on the job as secretary of state's, The administration is placing at least temporary, holds on multiple big ticket weapons sales to Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates Blink and also says they've started a comprehensive review of U. S and Russia relations. Apple is urging iPhone and iPad users. To update their operating systems to correct security flaws that may have been Apple says actively exploited by hackers. She wasn't extremely funny and talented woman Oscar and Emmy winning character actress Cloris Leachman died. She want a best supporting actress Oscar for her role in The Last Picture show also appeared in three Mel Brooks movies, including an unforgettable Turn and Young Frankenstein. I am Paul Brujo. Cloris Leachman want an Emmy for portraying Phyllis Lindstrom on the first five seasons of the Mary Tyler Moore Show? Her longtime manager say she died in her sleep. Cloris Leachman was 94 You're listening to A B When he holds his cover. 19 briefing Thursday, Governor Mike DeWine will announce that the start time for Ohio's curfew, which was put in place back in November to slow the spread of the Corona virus, from cases and hospitalizations were rising will be pushed back from 10 to 11 P.m. for at least two weeks. The decision to modify the curfew time is being dictated by how many Ohioans are currently being hospitalized with Cove in today, that number stayed under 3500 for 1/7 straight day. If hospitalization stay under 3000 for a whole week, then the curfew starts at midnight for two weeks. Should hospitalizations fall below 2500 over 70 period. The curfew would then be lifted. Remains 10 p.m. to 5 A.m. Tonight the Ohio Department of Health Announcing over 5300 coronavirus cases today, still below the current three week trend. There were 254 new hospitalizations, 21, new ICU admissions. And 75 new deaths. The governor's office releasing a list of schools whose teachers and staff will be the first to get vaccinated for the coronavirus next week. Counties on the list include Alan Athens, Butler, Columbia, Delaware, Franklin, Hamilton, Mahoney, Madonna, Montgomery and Summit. K through 12 employees or deem necessary to the operation of in person. Instruction for students will be eligible for vaccination. First. Those included are teachers, bus drivers, cafeteria workers and environmental services. What county commissioners are proving an $18 million project to expand the county jail with plans to break ground next year. The plans would allow for more female beds in the facility and the expansion of the jail's medical area. Ohio Lieutenant Governor John Hughes said said today he will not run for Rob Portman's U. S. Senate seat in 2022. You said says he is focused on his current job and work at the state level, and the Republican is looking to run for governor in the future. Portman announced Monday morning he would not seek a third term in the U. S. Senate, Ohio Democratic Congressman Tim Ryan said he's seriously considering a run one named currently in the rumor mill, former director of the State Health Department, Dr Amy acting, I'm.

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04:56 min | 3 years ago

Emmy nominations are out and HBO is back on top for now.

"I'm Kim Masters and this is the Hollywood breakdown joining me as Matt Bellamy of the Hollywood reporter and Bat obviously the Emmy nominations came out this past week and my first reaction was really to admire the wealth of material that is so oh good and you know the academy. The television academy has been paddled in the past for the sort of reflexive conservative re-nominating modern family teen times not that there's anything a great series it but got to the point where it seemed crazy just keep nominating and over and over again this time there is some really fresh interesting shows and actually some formidable matchups yeah I mean I think a lot of the headlines that came out of the Emmy nominations were based on game of thrones getting a record thirty two nominations but if you look deeper there are a lot of nuance shows like fleabag getting into the comedy race killing Eve in the drama race bowl shows from phoebe waller bridge if you look. Ed Shits Creek which is a word. I don't know if we can say on the radio <hes> but it is spell with a C. H.. In two TS <hes> that's a show that has been on for a number of years and not gotten much attention but the ground swell of love for the stars Eugene Levy and Catherine O'Hara got popped T._v.. Its first emmy nominations and there's a lot of Nice little narratives like that yeah I I was late to the Shits Creek Party. Yes it is going to say that word and <hes> benched it on Netflix like so many people I was like Oh look what I found on Netflix when really pop would probably like to assassinate me for even saying that except be really can binged on Netflix and it's pretty great. I'm also really impressed by the very high impact series that ran. They're not in the same category we have the R Kelly series from lifetime in the in one category up against <hes> Leah Remedies Scientology series and weirdly comedians in cars. I mean very very very different kind of material. Anthony Bourdain also is going to be I think for a lot of people an emotional choice but that r Kelly dock as we know he's imprisoned or Kelly right now and I think a lot of credit goes not only to Jim de regardless the journalists who pursued. Him For so long but Dream Hampton and lifetime for doing that series and if you look at the authorities who arrested r Kelly they specifically cited that Docu series as being the thing that opened there is to what was going on and if I'm lifetime I'm looking at that and saying wow that should be our emmy materials because this is the best advertisement you could get for winning. An award is that there's real world impact. You might think that the H._B._O.. Series leaving nevertheless would be in the same category with the R Kelly but it's not <hes> and it is up against you know things that are so diverse in and you know again. This is golden age in many ways some of the stuff I mean minding the gap and this points to the confusion. What's a T._v.? Show what's a movie mining. The gap was an Oscar contender this now also an emmy contender. That's happened before in the last few years and it's it's confusing and in the same category you have you know Jane Fonda Series and <hes> thing about Gilda radner and the it's it's a very <hes> odd set of. Things to be competing with each other but talking about cultural impact. I think you know I don't even know if we can measure what the impact of that series was but I think it was huge yeah. The breath of the nominees is one of the reasons that H._B._O.. Oh really clobbered Netflix this year. If you remember from last year the big narrative was at after seventeen years netflix finally overtook H._B._O.. As the top nominee at the emmys this year no such luck now obviously game of thrones was a big reason and for that but even if you take out the number one nominee on both of them game of Thrones H._B._O.. And when they see us the central park five miniseries on Netflix H._B._O.. Would still be the winner this year and that might be the Swan Song. I think in the future is going to be really difficult for H._B._O.. To compete with what Netflix is doing now. We're seeing the output of H._B._O.. Increase via this new streaming service called H._B._O.. Max that was announced last week but in the short term Netflix Netflix is really focused on winning awards and they are green-lighting things with an eye on whether they can win Oscars Emmy's so for the foreseeable future. I predict the emmy champion is going to be Netflix but it's going to be a nice party this year.

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