23 Burst results for "Palley"

"palley" Discussed on Cineflek

Cineflek

04:20 min | 3 months ago

"palley" Discussed on Cineflek

"Shot sometimes like if the money's there and no one's gonna notice like you have to just take it achieve your dreams. You know i will turn it in you. Oh you might find money i. This is actually what i do. When i find money on the street i either turn it into the cops or give it to someone else you. You're so part of the reason. I love you but like if you find money it's your money no i. I can't find a wallet. Can't do wallet with idea now i will turn it on. I turned it in. I don't take money from a wall. That has idea in it because i can find the person that dropped that if there's loose cash on the ground it's my it's my cash if there's if there's a loose on business casual around i turn around and goes does anybody that anybody dropped twenty dollars. Okay okay if someone in front of me drops twenty dollars. I will return that twenty dollars. I remember this. One day. When i was at palley and i just found twenty dollars on the ground and it looked up. I saw someone like not near it necessarily but in my general vicinity is like hey any chances is twenty dollars and they said yes they took. It was that the really was. Was it a twenty dollars. No i don't know if it was their twenty dollars doesn't matter to me but then someone else's just taking advantage of you possibly. I know that is not as important to me as my own moral clarity. I don't really give a shit with someone else gonna do. I give a shit what i'm doing. Step up take the fucking money and live your life no regrets. We can start talking about this. It's an amazing movie. I hold it very closely to my heart. I hold you very close to my heart. I love you very much You're you're adorable..

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Socializing in a Covid World

This Is Why You're Single

05:05 min | 8 months ago

Socializing in a Covid World

"Welcome to the. This is why podcast journalist author in comedy writer, Laura Lane and author and editor Angeles Sparrow your the Cobras the book. This is why you're single every week give best friend advice on topics including pop culture news friendship dating workplace dynamics parenting, and whatever else is on your mind. This week's episode is called socializing and a covert world will be answering your listener questions including one listener who wants to know if she's being insensitive to her sister's corona virus fears and another listener whose figuring out if it's safe for her to attend a large wedding month what? No, it is not. There it's answered. Then we're talking about what's in the news including sandy new opening up about controlling Tom Cruise. I'm. Know, how how controlling Tom Cruise her? Okay. Sorry. I read. Wait you. Though if she could like mind control I was excited I was like, Dandy noon figured out how to control Tom Cruise. Someone did. And then we're also. And the rose about a John Legend's cheating pass don't worry. It's not as bad as you think, system fund pop culture stuff at the end of the episode but I Angela. What has been going on speak for you. Well on the topic of weddings during coronavirus heard the craziest story recently my friend was invited to zoom wedding which you now to each their own personally I was not interested in doing that for mind touchy. went on sound like literally zooms that have more than. Three people suck. Right, and I want to cry Happy Tears on my wedding day and I feel like a zoom. Made me cry sad tears. So depressing. So depressing. So to make it even worse. So most of those, those zoom weddings from what I have. experienced. Are just like you watch the ceremony the zoom and maybe afterwards there's like a small gathering of people to chat about the weddings. She went to this one where they literally did breakout rooms for how the tables have been set up. What am I gonNa, let so weird 'cause I actually like half the time actually talked to anybody that was able anyway and what's even weirder is it's Not like it was a wedding where she knew people. So it was her with a bunch of strangers that they like put her in private zoom with and I was like that's the worst part of a wedding. Why? Why did they recreate the worst part of a wedding worst part of a wedding I'm so glad that this was not your friend otherwise you would you would have to be very. Sensitive about how you talk about it but I'm really glad that this was like a friend of yours that went to the wedding. So you can talk about how fucking stupid this is it was like. I. Hope it's okay that I'm talking about it because they started problem that I make you self conscious now no, we'll answer probably it's such a specific thing I can't imagine. It's been done that much. I don't know maybe it has been. I'm sure there's some wedding blog out there and it's like this is a great idea to do. It'll recreate their feeling of being at a wedding and I'm here to tell you. I don't love that idea. Palley it's. Stupid. It's stupid. It's really Stephen. I've been very depressed about wedding stuff lately. I. CanNot Watch movies with weddings I cannot. Trust Angela like I'm yeah I'm not in a good wedding place right now. So maybe that's why I'm just being a little bitter bitch about it but I fell down a rabbit hole recently where I went on wedding read it to see like what other Kobe brides are doing and it made me so much more depressed. tobacco. They do Hannity I. Mean. So lots of people doing in weddings somehow someway, I don't get it but like giving out. Masks to their guests which like gray give me out. I. Read One girl was like I'm giving out bracelets that are color coded to indicate your comfort level with interacting with people and I cannot think of a more depressing just delay your wedding. Why are you doing a way of interacting hyperbolic everybody should just noted not interact right? Won't understand. Exactly. Like. Already wearing real wedding if I saw anybody wearing the red bracelet that's like I'm totally fine I'd be like Oh that person's like an asshole like doesn't mind potentially killing other people but also wants your all inside in this like big event where people are like breathing and moving around like your like your nose you're done. But the worst thing that I read was somebody wrote like so I've told all my bridesmaids. If you're feeling symptoms where a mask, if you have a fever stay at home and I was like if you're feeling symptoms wear masks, let that literally makes no sense praises how people die. This is how people die at large events lays your tell your bridesmaids they still have to come Brian Math, that's not how it works.

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The Boom And Bust Of Iceland's Tourism Bubble

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 1 year ago

The Boom And Bust Of Iceland's Tourism Bubble

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from cohnresnick whose business of baseball and original. MLB video series shares key insights on the business side of it America's pastime for game changing strategies to help your business visit cohnresnick dot com slash. MLB Iceland is hot. It's one of the hottest almost a decade in an effort to stimulate the economy but there is a silver lining the slowdown will give the government an opportunity to improve infrastructure and ultimately to help safeguard the country's economic future the trick to rebuilding sustainably maybe to escape the mentality that WOW executive Palley Borg says fueled the

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The financial disaster behind India's tallest tower

FT News

06:53 min | 1 year ago

The financial disaster behind India's tallest tower

"The past decade some of India's largest financial groups have made big investments in luxury the property but the economic boom they hoped would spur demand has failed to materialize outta border in Mumbai. Ben Park has been looking into this and I spoke to him about the consequences of some of the property pets that have done bad imagine better in a resort environment in natural environment in the city with birds chirping. I mean that's the picture of my man. This particular real estate development didn't quite turn out as the developers as hoped. Tell us what was the idea behind the PALLEY royal project in Mumbai and what went wrong well. The vision was pretty spectacular. It was supposed to be the tallest building in India but maybe the most glamorous high. high-end full of luxury apartments which left little to be desired home to Industrialists Bollywood actors bankers whoever else could afford it but very quickly ran into trouble that were legal challenges over allegedly unauthorized features and construction continued at a painfully slow pace for over a decade often halting altogether in two thousand sixteen and India both housing finance company that had taken on financing the project a few years earlier had to declare the nonperforming asset and now is auctioning off at a discount in order to try and recruit some of what it put in but all the while the building has become a feature of the Mumbai skylines sort of half built shallow the building give us a sense of what was fueling the growth of India's real estate sector while the economy was growing very a fast and a lot of people rightly identified that there would be enormous demand for housing the question was what kind of housing affordable housing middle-class housing all high end luxury housing Fossey many developers. Does Beth on the latter for vanity reasons or otherwise and so huge amount of money went into building these skyscrapers other high end building complexes that subsequently haven't sold old so in Mumbai for example India's financial capital half of the high end real estate in central neighborhoods is vacant on sold worth about eight billion dollars. When did it become apparent that the property market was badly overheated? It's been in the works for a while for example in two thousand and sixty NAS to the government's so called the demonization where they invalidated a lot of the country's currency in a bid to flush out so black money undeclared wealth the real estate sector took a big hit precisely because real estate was a great way to hide your undeclared wealth tax reform in two thousand seventeen to similar effect making it harder to use property as a way to avoid paying taxes and most of all in September two thousand eighteen a major crisis. This hit India's economy when a infrastructure financier called N._F._S.. Defaulted on some loans now this was one of the largest companies of its kind in India and sparked a liquidity crunch across the economy which affected all sorts of sectors but real estate perhaps more than than any other so these companies knows nonbank finance companies or the someone more catchy showed banks who grew very fast over the past decade and came to play an incredibly important role in India's economy because the banks that had traditionally been the backbone of lending ran into all sorts of trouble bad loans and as a result their ability to lend more was hampered so these shadow banks realized that there was an enormous opportunity you to feed whether it was real estate developers for small businesses or even consumers wanting you 'cause with capital in order to help the economy grow. The business model was somewhat risky. In that it involved borrowing often on a short term basis and lending on a long-term basis and therefore creating a mismatch as a result for example developers collectively oh about thirty seven billion dollars to these shadow banks and analysts economists many of them struggle to see how these funds are going to be repaid typically given the amount of unsold apartments and flats our so these shadow banks have ended the Dow with a huge amount of bad loans. What are the likely implications on India's overall financial system the troubles in the shadow banking sector of considered arguably? I believe the most serious threat to India's economy today because not only did they fund vanity real estate projects. They were incredibly important. Source of capital for consumers who wanted to buy washing being machine small businesses want to buy new machinery and of course government infrastructure projects so credit has dried up and countries experience to be a liquidity squeeze. We're already seeing the. Impact on everything from G._D._p.. Growth to ourselves which have fallen off a cliff in the past few months and almost half of Collins came from M._B._p._S.'s so the troubles really are rippling through the economy and what happens next is a big question and one which the government is putting a lot of time and effort into managing they effectively took the N._F._S.. <music> after it defaulted and have introduced a series of measures in the budget earlier this month designed to tighten regulation of the sector designed to encourage new lending to N._B._C.'s in order to get credit flowing through the economy again and maybe more to come.

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In Germany, Working Mothers Say They Face Job Discrimination

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:51 min | 1 year ago

In Germany, Working Mothers Say They Face Job Discrimination

"Support for this podcast and the following message come from Google from Connecticut California from Mississippi to Minnesota. Millions of businesses are using Google tools to grow online learn. How Google is supporting businesses in your state at Google dot com mm slash economic impact? Now we have an update on Women's equality women say they are still excluded from many positions of power even in a country that is governed by a woman. The country is Germany where the chancellor's uncle miracle and our. Our correspondent for this story is N._p._R.'s Deborah Amos. It is highly derogatory an insult that describes working mothers and a slur untrue it turns out for a certain bird ready here. It is raven mother. It sounds worse Ersan German of Robin Mutter a Raven mother is a mother who does not care about our children who to Elminger as the president of the Berlin Social Science Research Center. She says the term Raven mother has a long history. From when Germans connected women with hearth and home not the workplace a raven mother is a mother who is interest primarily leans chop and just an an attractive woman so it's still a cultural thing this radio weather yeah I mean very much so even a man you know would say of causes Germany lags behind Europe's other big economies when it comes to women in business leadership roles. She says so women in Shami started way later than other European countries to enter the labour market in big numbers and that has to do with the history of German laws. My name is Bob. Are you one. I'm the C._E._O.. Of A big burden welfare organization that escort Palley. Not she says it was only nineteen. Seventy seven that legislative change gave women gender equality in marriage and at last addressed a fundamental question that kept women from taking jobs outside of the home women are allowed to work with all of the skinned women on the streets of Berlin have their own stories and that Richter says when she grew up in East Germany women were expected to work the kids went to state run kindergartens. She only learned about Raven mothers. When East and West Germany became one? It's really unfair because it keeps the women far from the job market. Goudron Westerman says she couldn't worry about name. Calling after her son was born she went right back to work. I was never thinking thinking about someone calling me raving mother because my husband had no job that would have allowed me to stay at home and here's another thing about choice working. Women in Germany often chose not to have kids which contributed to. A shrinking population it took a supermom to turn it around enter Ursula von Der line a medical doctor with seven children. She became family minister in two thousand five her new policies including better childcare for younger children and and parental leave for dad's help to reverse the decline later funder line became Germany's first female defense minister now. She's the likely next president of the European Council the first woman to hold that job but public opinion opinion takes time to change says the sociologist Elman Dinger. Nobody called underline a raven mother but they found other ways to complain. How can you show off your kids you know how can you even dare to do?

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"palley" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

Point of Inquiry

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Point of Inquiry

"Then I did another movie called a better you which is, like, Brian huskey, in Nick, crawled as small part, Anna Palley, Andy daily. It's good little also another, but I like doing improvise movies where you have your outline, and you knew your story, but the actual dialogue is not written in so you get on the day in the actress it which can which works if you bring the right people in, you wouldn't do that, with, like, straight actor types, you use improv people for that. I picked people who improvise. Yeah. And of course, in a better, you one of the more famous shooting locations was a, my house and flaws. I think the script IQ a low level dilapidated structure, they walk up to note, did not say that, if that Horatio plays a character who befriends me any sort of teaches me, our teaches Brian sorry teaches the hero. Brian huskey out like fixes, life. And then at some point Brian shows up at his house who was your house in the guys. It was like that awkward moment of came in like. I'll come to your house, but don't come into my world. Line. Here is a line year. Yeah. I always loved that scene and all those leads to eventually veep. How did you get the veep jam veep came up through an audition? My agent sent me a script written by our man, renew g who did the thick of it. Any also did Alan Partridge is a very elevated in the loop celebrated British writer comedian, and I knew of him, and I'm like I gotta get it in on this though. I had like a series of audition. Went through the borough dishes. Get it, you know, just keep going and Julia Louis drivers was attached to it from the beginning was, so I got to meet her second audition, and then the third in the fourth hard, stern questioned two big as jerk on the veep set. Biggest jerk. I don't think we knew say that. I hop out answer. I know I was at an event or two with the veep. Kasa AL seem like, really nice people there. Gary calls done stuff theater. Julie done Julius grey. Tony sweep 'em great..

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Rocket League Developer Acquired By Epic Games

Kinda Funny Games Daily

02:33 min | 2 years ago

Rocket League Developer Acquired By Epic Games

"All right. Let's get into the first big story epic his bought the rocket league developer Siahaan IX this happened. Just after yesterday's show pulled some of the information from Michael mcwhirter over at Palley gone. So yeah, epic games. Y'all know the maker of a fortnight on real engine is acquiring Cyanika maker of rocket league. They've actually worked with on real and epic over the years. But of course, rocket league many of you know, is you're running around a stadium with RC car. So here's the news grandpa describing. Oh, little car. Is it you're right. I'm actually not like an avid rocket league player. I would be as offense Offense say. se as I also, by the way, Jeremy Donham full disclosure, good friend and beyond founder over at John, and friend of the show here. Jeremy Dunham as Parsi onyx got a chance to congratulate him. So if you're out there listening, Jeremy everybody over there congrats. But let's get into what the news is. So first of all, they're acquiring them deal is still kind of coming together. But then the big news. Of course that people are wondering what's this mean for a rocket league on steam, what's it mean for the EPA game store? I'm sure that's the strategy only a little bit. It's been said so far, but what has said or actually this came way of Papa gone, right? Yes. I was wondering quote, anyway, let's read the quote, the came will remain on sale on other platforms, including steam in the meantime, according to the press release itself. Epic insight onic say the game will continue to support on steam for all purchasers, but the language sounds like rocket league will become an EPA game store exclusive on P C. And they haven't said this specifically, that's why I was making sure we have more quotes coming. And and what the source of that was so pollyanna reached out for clarification on that other. And then I'm gonna ask you for your. So what they said sign. It says in short nothing will change at all. This is regarding existing customers that was part of the leading question. They said over at scientists were still committed to providing rocket league with frequent updates that have new features new content and new ways to play the game for as long as you'll have us in the long term. We expect to bring rocket league to the game store and to leverage our new relationship to grow the game in ways, we couldn't do on our own before we believe that bring rocket league to new audiences with more support is a win for

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"palley" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"And he's like she married digs. Axime joke. Honestly, flaming gone, whatever. Like this. Actually, it doesn't prove anything. But I appreciate getting more text messages because I really enjoy analyzing them. We'll see saying it's proof that she was close with John John blizzard beginning making that joke to John listen, I'm like, no it shows that they work at the same place saying she's not sitting around gossiping with some twenty two year old on the phone sending back messages on how to set people up is all she saying she's not saying she's never met the guy. I will say I mean, I really do think that they like they I I've been on Lisa side here. But they totally busted her totally attacks. See? And this is this is why I love it because we can all read the same tax everybody online is going crazy for different reasons. You know, everybody finds whatever they want to read because I totally found proof of what I've been saying this Olsen, I'm fucking liar. So I can't wait until we get to that part. Okay. We'll get there. Sorry. So the meantime, here's a sad thing. Kyle is one of my most hated of all time. Everybody knows that. But I've really liked panta pump together. I think they're very funny. Yeah. So that's what makes me sad because this is like one of the last episodes where ever gonna get to that. And I think together, I know this actually made me I know it made me this scene, especially ended made me so sad. Yeah. So they are going to lunch at the Houghton. They went which is in the Palley hotel like haven't you learned your lessons about the Palley brand? Don't remember what happened to Bali house? Why are you going to tell? And this time Vander pump was when he was late which is really funny because yeah, she got mad at them for being late. The last time they were to Palley place to Kyle has devastating news. American woman was not picked up for a second season. She's like, I'm obviously extremely disappointed that none of you Americans watched my show, but you still lineup Lisa's fucking terrible food at serve. Why? Why? Yeah. And she's they start talking about this party of Denise. 'cause Sinise is going to have some kind of is it a wet is that the wedding, she announcer the wedding party. I think it's the wedding is the wedding. It should they like decided to do it on Sunday happening on Saturday like really quick and gas. So she can't go because she's going to agency party the seventh anniversary of the agency fandom. No that importance to seven year anniversary Vander like, I don't know why she's why she's moving so fast. She must be pregnant. Maybe she has consumption people. So then two niece gets with Aaron and two nieces wasted. Like, she got waste are having the best time because coming all the way from Allah. Boo is not easy to meet pedia for an early dinner. You know, she's already wasted. They probably had sex three times in the on the way over let's be honest and they're drunk, so she's like Hello. So evren. When was Denise tell me when you met was it instant attraction and to me like well. Yeah. I mean, I just wanted to fuck him hat looking him. Yeah..

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"palley" Discussed on This Week in Science

This Week in Science

05:01 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on This Week in Science

"Let's try and then we selected Simba cue that could degrade the oil and we first before going to the feud. So long story short. We thought that be needed different strategy because they may groups have the tides that could wash our show -biotics in this case are degrading bacteria. So we developed like bacterial pills that could slowly release this cheerful while and that could ashore in the in the statment of this mangled and tested in the in the in the plants in the small plants in the greenhouse. But then we realized that our our big rating bacteria were also a plant growth promoting, but she were that are very well now and explored for culture system, and they thought that we could use this in and take advantage of it because it could make plan depends healthier. And at the same time, we could treat the. Tamin? So we manage to ravage a take this mangrove this pilot era using our bacteria. It was awesome. Yeah. And at the same time, I start working with curls. And I thought a buyer mediation. And I thought they could try to move and use a similar approach. That's how I ended up working co provides. So we know that that the choral are these im- biotic organisms where those end Felli, the these little organism microorganisms within the corals are are working together. And it's it's it's an seems like an incredibly complex ecosystem like what how much do we know about like beyond those and Fellay organisms in this environment. Very good question. The first thing that I realize and I tried to find the probiotic. Is that in a very leery about it? We know more about and even though we don't know enough about the this Olsen Palley association with Koros. But the thing is that there are several other groups that are interacting not only with the clothes, but within each other and also with those tally, and I went that's how everything started because I rented the literature found some isolated papers showing some beneficial mechanisms that the bacteria other microorganisms could offer to coils, and then we put them out together. And because his name is at this term beneficial mechanisms Koros VMC's that would be the specific products for coz, and we know something about them, but he still trying to figure out I'll connections and how they respond to stress how they protect covers. And that's why it's so interesting also to work with products because when we manipulated when manipulated. Conditions in tested over time. We can see how this mechanisms are affected in how they affect corers when we have chorus protected or not. And then the the the whole idea behind the development of vettix. It's not only to protect coders. But also to understand more about all this complex interactions. I mean, several mechanisms that we know and beim more. We don't know if we get out. I yeah. I mean, we've got such. I mean thinking about the micro bio for humans and people are like I'm gonna eat yogurt. You know, but we don't know how much that helps doesn't help. Or, you know, it's like one kind of bacteria when we have hundreds to thousands in each of us, right? And ever they would have different. And no new knowledge about it. New papers new studies coming out showing that even our behavior can be affected or that different. Behaviors are highly connected. The correlated with shifts in this microbiome our good metre by. So we are still learning. We know that something's going on. I mean, they at least respond to those stress at some level. We know that naked mechanisms are actively promoted by this mic on so why not try to to use it and our favor and as for the guts, it's the same thing. I think that we are trying to do is try to give yogurts goes to protect make them healthier to this global change and other in the several different impacts. So so I was wondering about specifically what we are trying to help with. With the probiotics for the girl because I know it's kind of this mixed bag of stressors is what we're dealing with right now. Right. So we have ocean acidification we have a we have a city issues we have sea-level rise..

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"palley" Discussed on Sex With Emily

Sex With Emily

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Sex With Emily

"So we're where we oh dating. Right. It's hard with the podcast people say to me, like our guys intimidate your people intimidated because of what you're saying. Or you're the expert. It's like, you know, what I could think about all those things or maybe they're just dating me for another reason because they think I'll teach them something, you know, who knows? But I think I feel like I'm a pretty good character. And I would know once I met them what their intentions were. And then I realize I'm even taking more time than I would have in the past. Maybe like just jumping in bed with someone not that I wouldn't do that. But I feel like I'm a better I can kind of tell their intentions, but it's gonna happen because it's all out there. Like, I'm talking about being poly-amorous all over the place. Right. And like, I think I realized that the people coming into my life either see that in one way or another like, I don't know. I can't imagine somebody that's coming into my life like doesn't book at Google, Google you. Yeah. Okay. So here's all your right here. Right. Let me give you gotta Google right now. 'cause you gotta check. Them out. It's like younger star reveals he sexually fluid this. Okay. Here's the other title. This is what a queer family looks like that's that's a really important one that one because Bethany, and I are on the cover of the beautiful piece where the first ever male female couple to ever be on the cover of the advocates started. That's amazing. We got a lot of shift for that. But from games. White people who look and pass as a heterosexual couple who are talking about being queer. It's a problem. Right. It is. But I love but see I love that. You're breaking down. All these barriers. I really do. So mostly for you right now. It's not like you're so concerned your other you've to define maybe what you're into other. He'll but for you now with relationships, it's really more about being poly-amorous. And how would you define like your primary partner? I guess would be Bethany. Right. And so we we've had sex twice in the last two years. Okay. So we're like not really sleeping together all the time. Right. So you're more like what do they call now? Single Palley Palley single when you're when you're single, but you're getting a lot of people why not even dating a lot of people. I'm actually like our sex. What are you doing? Yeah. No, no Tomasz with you. I'm actually pretty monogamous in my idea of poly-amorous like I will lean that one monogamy Paul Emery. Okay. I will meet somebody new, and I will give like most or all of myself to that new person from. The get go to like really get to know that person. And I think especially on a physical level I can't have sex with more than one person at a time or I haven't I haven't been able to in the past. I like if I'm sharing with somebody. That is what I'm working on right on that. Like, I I'm giving so much myself to it. There's not actual space to like like sleep with him on Thursday nights for on Friday night. Like, I just I just can't do it. Because that's the thing is that there are allowed. I know in that world, they're like, oh, yeah. It literally is Monday nights with this person Thursday inch this beautiful. Yeah. I'm so for you. It's more like four to six months with this person four to six months the next person. What? Yeah. And like if you if you build the stable groundwork with a new person in your life, and then you decide to like open it up and start seeing other people. I think that can be beautiful. But I don't think you can like jump into a new relationship and be like, yeah, we're both gonna sleep with other people for the next couple of months and like good luck. See I have the same issue. So that's what I've always been kind of considering. I guess I have been I don't really label it poly-amorous my past. I guess maybe. Now, I'm dating and sleeping and people. So see there you go now and again, just leave? But I think that it is..

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"palley" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Also, there's a Michael lay cover that's just ridiculous. And where he refers to stand to Palley and buddy. I think someone on Twitter now forgetting who the person who don't pretend that you're not that you're too good to stand up like the rest of us thought. It was very correct. I wish I remember the handles like a give credit but credit to the person on Twitter who said that number fourteen you have as blue Christmas. But then you right. This is too high on the list, that's blasphemy right there in your lucky, they even publishes lists based on that comment. Tell me why you feel that way who hasn't done. The. Who hasn't done that? We've all done that. And when you can make an entire culture do that in unison you've done, something and Elvis did something there. That's true. I I can't disagree. He he certainly has a distinctive voice for performing but other Christmas songs, but none of them stuck quite the way blue Christmas does. And you're you're right. That also the voice in the background that the lady. Blazes that a sound effect? I don't even know what that is after time. But yeah, finally, my last one for you number eighty seven you've got frosty the snowman now my daughter, that's the cheese just all frosty all the time. And so we've been critiquing this since we first saw the list you object to it. Because you hate the thump thump thump. I don't think I'm trying to figure out how he's moving making this sound is it like the three pieces of his body are all distinctly hitting at different times. I really been considering what's it like a wanton disregard for the guidance of traffic cops which I find off putting the figures geared toward children..

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"palley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

08:21 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Live from run fish grill behind section one. Oh, six we will be joined momentarily by Brayden point much to the delight of the crowd here. Run fish grill tonight by before he shows up Brian we all into when you've got a game featuring four of the top five scores in the NHL. There will be scoring eight goals tonight. That's no surprise seven in the column for the Tampa Bay Lightning as they topped the avalanche seven to one. We will get into more details about tonight's game. But I just your overall impressions on the absolute clinic to use the words. We just heard at a Dave Michigan. The absolute clinic delighted. Put on one of the best teams in the Western Conference. It was one of their best most complete games of the season. And funny the other complete game that I would say they played was the last time they played Colorado, which was a one nothing win in Colorado. Obviously a very different kind of game and same result they win and you get both points. But I thought the tone was set in the first couple of seconds by Nikita kucherov. He went in and hammered Gerard right against the end wall. And I think that got everybody's attention. I think Colorado got overwhelmed in the first period by how physical the lightning were. We talk all about the plays and talk about the top scoring. We talk about their defense. We talk about all the Wednesday, Pat. But the thing that gets overlooked by a lot of visiting teams is how physically are and they hit and Colorado was stunned. I mean, that's what I love about being down at the ice level. Is you can physically see and feel and taste it that they're kind of like what's going on here. And they. Couldn't get themselves back into the gear that they expected they were expecting that high-velocity back and forth. And yeah, you had that. But they were getting hammered everywhere to and then it's almost like they got distracted, and the lighting just continued to roll they could feel the impact it was having. And I think coach set the tone in that first couple of seconds and at first shift so that was an important part of the game. That was maybe underestimated going in one of the best passing games of the year. I mean, they did put on a clinic. They really control the puck everybody even in crowd even at top spaces in their own end where they had players around him guys would stop hold on for a second. Make a good play to somebody and then on and on and on work their way up. So Colorado was was trying to respond and trying to catch you up and and just reacting to everything the lightning we're doing. And when you get a team that's his high powered as their top line is whether they're so busy reacting. To what the lightning or doing it made a huge influence on their game. And they just never able to get it going. They scored the one goal, but you know, that one shouldn't have gone Louis doubt that one back, but it doesn't matter in the scheme of things the way things went they really didn't have very many good looks the entire game after that credit rating points line for that again because you know, Brayton himself takes it on himself to make sure that he doesn't give up anything and an end. Stamkos was brilliant. You know, the captain was terrific. He was the best player on the ice again. Two goals and two assists made some beautiful place. And when he scores early every players liked that. But when you get a dynamic player that scores early in the game when coach scores early you can see it. He just feel and can't wait for the next ship. Stamkos is the same thing. Brayden points the same thing. So when he scored power-play goal on the past from kucherov you start to see him really raw. And Stephen created a lot of space for himself and Colorado to there. Mayes didn't do anything about him. They let him skate through the neutral zone. They really let them start feeling his oats as the game went on. And he just got better and better. And so you end up with four points from the big guy and the defense had how many points tonight four I think to so all things considered and look don't over overlook Louis to me either Louis to make some big saves at key times. And I really liked his game. The last two games for all of you were here the other night after Boston. I thought that. Yeah. Give him a hand. He deserves it. I thought Lewis game against Boston was best of the year. I thought it was as clean as game. I thought he made some spectacular saves. I thought he was really clean and good with his glove hand. I got to the other and again tonight. No bobbling, the caught of lot of pox early on. I didn't see that. And he created rebounds from south that they had to clean up and sometimes couldn't. So that shouldn't be overlooked. What what Louis did they just rolled and? One eight or viewed Steven stamkos after the game on television. He said, you know, we we start we got that swagger going about halfway through the game. And when we get that we can really feel it on the on the bench, and it starts to transfer itself onto the ice and they played with a lot of swagger in the second half. That's for sure. Yeah. And you saw if you were here at Emily arena. You saw on the scoreboard. Steven stamkos all-time lightning record thirteenth game of four points or more. He's had a career high five before and he was at four points before the midway point of the game. And I had to verify that. Yes. It is. Indeed, Doug Crossman who holds the team record with six. I'm like, okay. Get careful here because you know, they were just letting him go on touch for much of this game. It's like this record could fall at this keeps going this way. And and you know, who's made a big difference on that line. We've seen different line combinations. Went Palley Palley came back into the lineup. Andre polat. He played on a couple of different lines. And then how many games maybe three games now that he's been with stamkos in Gort? And that's been that's unblocked re. Unlocked that line again because I taught to stamp coastline was looking for things. Miller was there with for a while that wasn't working Miller moved off the line. And then with Palley came in polite and gourd work really well together in Yanni needs somebody who plays kind of tocado game and plays a four checking game and banging game. Stammer does that sometimes? But that's not really his game. So polite and Gordon play off each other really, well and stamkos benefits from the extra space that he gets and he's played a lot with pilot along the way too. So along the way I think to plot combination on that stamkos line has really made a big difference. And they were dynamic tonight and Palley after the first period when he scored he did an interview with PK, and he was describing the play as he's watching it. And he said that he goes and thank God. I scored dot gov. It was hilarious. I mean, the look of relief from this mile and his face was hilarious. Yeah. Well, and you could just see in the celebration. He was practically going to climb the glass. Excited. And of course, Palley good for him getting to on the night tuned. You hope that that unlocks him a little bit. You know, he he does more than just scoring for their line insurance that helps things out going back to a point that you just brought up and we'll bring this up with Brayden point when he joins us a couple of minutes, but the physical place at Colorado was stunned and I look back that game in Denver in October twenty sixth hits for the game nineteen thirteen in favor of the lightning. So yeah, there's some hitting but not a whole lot after the first period tonight. Fourteen seven hits the lightning thirty five twenty to your final tally for tonight. So nearly doubling as many hits for both sides there. But it's awful hard. When you have a talented deep team like Colorado. It's hard to score. When you've got somebody either in your face or pushing your face into the glass, like we saw from all lines tonight in I think Colorado picked up the hitting pace because they were just peo-. They were getting tired of getting slammed around. So you get angry and you start responding. So they started hitting more too. I thought maybe it was up on two wheels there for a minute. And I thought maybe we might end up with some scraps going on because you start getting frustrated players, and you got gotta six one seven one game. And that's when that stuff usually happens, but it didn't. But yeah, it was it was an interesting game all the way along from from that standpoint because of the tone that they sat and good to see Palley get a couple of goals for sure. All right. We're gonna take a quick time out. Brayden point will be joining us in just a moment when the last call presented by Jack Daniels.

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"palley" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

KIIS 102.7

03:54 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on KIIS 102.7

"Iheartradio top night at nine with Joe on the radio. A yo, hey, who is this? This is genetic Jo Jo how are you? Hey, how's it going? Awesome. Are you going to jingle Baltimore? Oh, man. Hey. Where were you seats at idea? I gotta go pick my tomorrow between I think twelve in their front row. You have you have what? Yeah. You have what row tickets for real? I get a meet and greet to shut. Yes. Do you know, do you know, who you're meeting greed is is with needing a lift leave your car, you're gonna love her? I just saw I saw last night. She's such a sweetheart. She's so good. You're gonna love her. I think you my little girl, but you gotta do me a favor. Say anything. Yeah. And I'm literally gonna tell like right now. But I want you to tell her what's her. What's her name? Palley Palley, right? Hey, Hailey it's Jo Jo how how're you doing? How old are you by the way? All right. Hailey I didn't know this. But your mom just told me that she has tickets for tomorrow the kiss FM jingle ball. She's taking you to jingle ball tomorrow. And say. Hope. Becky. You need a PD. I want to. Hey. I'm kind of scary. But I'm a boss. Your class. Oh. Be so big. Say say say. Can. Buddy. Every day..

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"palley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"Mike Nicholls in studio tabby Farrell on the, phones Have you got? Into the World Cup did, you, watch the World Cup, will you big soccer fan Where, are the soccer. Fans. Today I didn't even hear buzz about the World Cup it was like oh they played it okay do you? Think soccer will ever hit in this. Country, and. To make the? Argument for before we do that let's? Talk to Gino in cherry hill? Hey Gino how are you Are you all. Right, what. Do you think Oh about soccer you know. Just, the way it is in. This country we're. We're a bunch, of roughnecks, we like football. We'd like? Violence you. Know soccer's little too Handstand, that let me let me, put it to you, this way all right when you look at the amount of people, in this country who. Are, not from. This country, who came from other countries both legally and. Illegally, regardless just people were here. From other countries. Who brought with, them their, love of soccer Why would you must. Saying that. You has to be an either war just like are people that like you like basketball as well as football hockey is was football baseball or, there should be people that like soccer as well as football if whatever reason never took That was widespread Steve just not. Our. Thing you know just the way it is an American but I think it started catching on always liked to watch soccer I think it definitely caught? On with Palay came to, New York cosmos seventy five and that was so long ago and. Beckenbauer those guys right when Who's the guy in. England the guy in l. a. Kim remember his name, now right Back to that in a book the other day the guy from England David Beckham and when he, came right figured it would take off and you never. Know Right now you figure with with football kind of you know taking a little. Heat for they. Concussions and all that they want to come up with flag football safety rules and soccer was always every kid play soccer somewhere along the line they they are they are playing soccer. In school and, get one of these, immigrants here. Who came who loves soccer in the old country still hasn't taken off yet You're right about. The fact that you know the kids are very young mothers taken those SUV's or call soccer moms playing yeah it's a. Great thing for. The get them together do that got a very rough sport or get him in shape creating camaraderie spirit you know togetherness you build your personality people Only rock and roll music I heard you say. That, absolutely Palley Palley scissors kick out greedy wasn't that. It was amazing it was amazing we don't need national mental you, know Brazil, you, know that, right. No I didn't know that National mental Him in. Italian name he only needed. One name he was. So, good oh he needed. Was paling he didn't even need cement though Each scored over a thousand goals in her thousand Steve. You watch one soccer match you can't even imagine anybody's going a thousand goals and he wants three world customers you'll. To. About that and we have to go all the way back, to seventy five to find Palay notifying. Like a soccer star. Cosmos he he had some bad business deals. After came to the US. But you know whatever. Happened, with that there's a. Good book I read about him You go. To channel three tones. That your friend yet Gino I haven't been, the channel three in a while but when I. Do I'm definitely gonna let them know that the, radio I heard you the other night on KYW again But that's not that's not channel three I know I meant to. Say KYW NewsRadio but I thought you would know both of, them Caucasoid WBZ NewsRadio, I know I, know I know. Him both, but I mean I just can't you know thanks for the, call. To New Jersey one zero one..

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"palley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"palley" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Guy froze gary and shannon president met with the queen today in england continuing his tour through great retinues in scotland now and he's going to spend the weekend they're the big deal though is the twelve russian military intelligence officers that have been indicted by a federal grand jury for hacking into the democratic national committee emails and then leaking them some questions about whether or not this changes the tenor and the scope of the meeting that president trump has planned with latimer putin coming up on monday well on sunday croatia takes on france in what will be this year's world cup final i think tomorrow england plays belgium where the third place i don't even know what they call it the it's the third place match yeah that's that's it it's not like says on the thing okay at a press conference today the police chief in palley michelle said that twelve thousand officers and three thousand were rescue workers are going to be mobilized in and around paris in the suburbs for the national day which is steel day tomorrow and on sunday for the world cup finale croatias first time in the world cup finale but i've heard this french team described as the golden state warriors in terms of talent so we turn to our world cup desk to our world cup correspondent blake yeah what's your prediction who's gonna win france when you're correspondent yeah they need to elaborate wanna flesh out a little bit i didn't know how much you want it in always they have more talent their goalie is better than defenders are better there midfielders are the only thing that probably aren't better because croatia they have yvonne rocketeer luca moderate and they're they're better they're more season than paul papa leconte is pretty solid for france but he's not enough to carry the whole way and offensively when it comes to the strikers antoine kilian mbappe way more talented than pederson men's uk's for croatia knowledge of of names is fake impress fake now one hundred percent real impressive blake it's tough to do they have the pace they have the talent they they don't have as much experience probably as croatia does in some ways but that's simply the but it just that that's probably won't be enough to overcome the telling in this cup couple of question number one what do you eat at a ball game do they have brought worse there in russia do they have brought worse i don't know i i don't know go to stubhub they'll have pretty much everything you would expect what about europe you know what i is it european food or they have brought worst there too we'll brought we're sorry european no i know customary food for a match or is that just an american thing i'm not totally sure i've never been to one in europe but i would imagine that they probably have some of the similar nature because you kind of have to be hand held i write in my casual viewing of world cup this year i've noticed that they have zero shortages of beer because now that have every time they shoot a country specific area like when sweden was playing they would they zoom in on an area that that had everybody's wearing the yellow sweden jerseys right everybody's blondhaired blueeyed and they're all holding a stack of like eight sixteen ounce beer cup backed into each other and they're drinking out of the video i saw was willing when england scored and they showed like a fan watching zone in london and like a storm of beer right everyone's throwing their beers in the air another question what is with the diving it's like everyone is the ginobili out there nc and that's kind of what i've.

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"palley" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

The Bobby Bones Show

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"palley" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show

"Never mind different health show that's up for today what's happening on palley sitting in my house waiting for air conditioner person the come you know that window between oh yeah our conditioner will you know out so stealing that about you bobby tonight with jesse frasure big rider much songs recorded baba cast lots and i would lindsey el sol that it won't go this week but we'll see it probably go up next week how does that go good say much else about it next week yeah ninety how is it that he says it's revenue studio in the house but she hasn't record next week oh well that makes sense the continuum project tight so the john mayer yeah so that's going to be up so yeah that happened last night we have a client event raptor this with the master people where they're gonna bring food which is always so we're going to do that and eat who's playing creek campbell guests creek campbell plan cool yeah eddie doing today craig campbell smoked meat yeah junior junior has a baseball game before playoffs this is the last regular season game your four year old four year old man and their team is so tball no it's coach pitch so the coach you know pretty much is lobs at and easy to them and they mend our team is really really good is your son good though yeah he's probably he's the youngest out of the team so he's probably the worst person but he's actually pretty good he got two hits last game do they get to keep score oh yeah and i'm the keeper oh boy i go i go in the press box and they say they're gonna try to get a microphone from so i can announce for the radio guys yeah that's just what i do.

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"palley" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"palley" Discussed on FrazlCast - A World of Warcraft Podcast

"I know palley jill has got to be so upset other gone gone yet but the they'll be gone she's got the trans log for corrupted aspirin here though she still has the original corrupted ashburn here speaking of memories and things that are gone nickelodeon it's been holding casting calls into geeky stuff so back in march april nickelodeon held open casting calls for the new host of blue's clues man like that show's been going on since before i would like i remember that was one of my favorite shows when i was three and i was like twenty years ago that show was going on before then sometimes you just need to let it die like spongebob is still on like really i watched lose a little probably older than i watching it i'll claim the the the young hurt defense but that was a fun show and like the way they bridged people in the things and there was a really cool loselose video game it was like an interactive movie i know that they weren't new but to me they renew and episode of blue's clues like three different ones on the thing but what you did changed how it happened in each time it was different it was a humongous entertainment game in those games were always fun because it was always different than basilica will be like the steve on my computer screen talking to me and i could like click on things and he would he would respond so easily impressed probably like soda rate i forget what it was i find that.

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"palley" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

Watch What Crappens

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Watch What Crappens

"Well it's not necessarily getting up but it could turn into ganging up it could lead to gang up being allies with someone does not automatically mean gang up but if you're insecure than yes it does mean that my head like you call me for every teeny weeny little thing and i hadn't even heard to reach name until she came on this show not once and all these years i've never heard her name in it said she's your best friend she's like well look obviously we know that to reach was little economical with the truth in the bach and teddy a conversation i can understand economics you know it rains today it's sunny tomorrow safer today and then there's hurricane everybody get it the dead so yeah it's now is giving further examples of how she feels like she's out a different standard than to read to read is new and and because she's new lisa likes her more and she's like yeah like after that palley house meal like when you stormed off i was like don't call these she's not answer the phone because that's what she does she doesn't answer the phone right away and then to recall answer the phone i was like oh my god and it must be because this relationship with pk and if lisa's upset with you she won't pick up the phone and trump goes well sometimes i take data to goes or a month but also this is exactly what you've done to everybody else season you get mad then you don't answer your phone and then they show later clip of her doing that to africa but it's like okay and also you harping on the phone call is exactly when you say lisa you hard like you you call me out on every single little stupid thing what do you think you're doing when you're talking about this phone.

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"palley" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Heartland Radio: Presented by The Pat McAfee Show

"Booze tick jordan mary handmaid's tale on hulu season to kick off next week so watch season one this week weekend get caught up or just fucking women again it's all genders but it does start elizabeth moss aka peggy from madman and it's more so a female leads but still very very good reviews right yeah that anybody ever wanna fuck her boss from peggy no either i didn't know if she was one of those weird ones maybe like someone in the room wanted her oh i never watch madman yes oh the thick asks of secretary no started yes all the way now hey radio she's food with like short hair yeah yeah yeah no i'd i'd get get into into really lost good jobs cooling fit three three in the morning she's on the inside circle of hollywood from a goal four or five shots a chrome koga my big gotta show edmondson yeah i got to i've been going hamry watching sopranos love it just just jump right back season one episode warren let yourself go just love your life and city hall without pacino old movie all it was palley palley palace again both get recommendations i got to as well i'm gonna say l all bikers which is a documentary series on netflix right now the story of the hells angels halley started in canada fucking really good and then season to a fargo probably my favorite season of any television show ever find it in its it doesn't matter that season two because it's not dependent on one.

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"palley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Scrubbing In with Becca Tilley

"Yeah and you get it four times a year season so it's not like christmas yeah really does actually the springboks has products like rachel palley clutch free people i mask anderson lily candle candle here at moisturizer and that's just the beginning of it there's so many more things than their checkup that that fund dot com and use the code becca so you can save ten dollars off your first box making it only thirty nine ninety nine wow y'all for over two hundred dollars worth of product that's again that's about that fun dot com and use the code beck way nice you deserve to treat yourself with some fun okay emails so excited males all right let's dive right in this is from lindsey oh i like this i have a i have a personal connection to this one so i'm very interested in in what you guys have to say hi there first off love y'all and listen to every single podcast i've been with my fiance for seven years we just got engaged in january of this year finally long story short i'm the only granddaughter and when my grandmother passed years ago she left me her beautiful engagement ring which is the exact setting of always wanted with one exception being the diamond size he proposed with hurrying and of course i said yes followed by finally ever since the proposal i found myself wishing the diamond were bigger i know this sounds very materialistic the deep down i want to replace the diamond with something larger and have my grandmother's sitting necklace that i'll wear every single day i have dreamt of my dream ring for so long now and stuck around for seven years waiting for this guy to propose might i add but i don't wanna hurt his feelings is something.

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Sharon Stone Defends James Franco Against Sexual Misconduct Claims: ‘I’m Appalled With What’s Happening to Him’

Donna and Marley

02:24 min | 3 years ago

Sharon Stone Defends James Franco Against Sexual Misconduct Claims: ‘I’m Appalled With What’s Happening to Him’

"Coon rapids saint paul minneapolis give me the update this is a mytalk dirt alert update a quick look at what's happening in entertainment dirt dirt on mytalk did you this dirt alert update is brought to you by walgreens little sharon stone supports the metoo movement but she is defending james franco stone who played a small role in franco's the disaster artist doesn't believe the four female film students who have accused him of inappropriate behavior she says i'm paul with what's happening with franco stones set on mark marins podcast decrying the lack of due process and she says as for the fifth woman violet palley claim franko forced her to perform oral sex don't call her the girlfriend and that's how she could be offended when a guy she's dating as for sex franko is the loveliest kindest sweetest most elegant nicest she went on to say everybody's experience is different tricky i mean they're little that you can say because it's like we don't know we just don't know but you've got to you know if somebody's accusing somebody of something you kind of want to lay out the accuser and you also want to you know sort of protect due process the irishman starring robert deniro and alpa chino is way over budget and set to become director martin scorsese's most expensive film ever this sounds like a cool movie you guys netflix spot film for a hundred and five million dollars and agreed to one hundred twenty five million dollar budget but costs have soared to one hundred and seventy five million said one insider and they haven't done the music yet shoot with locations all over the tri state area started august and wrapped earlier this month scripts says he has shot for more than one hundred six days the most he has ever spent shooting a movie scorsese's hugo is said to have taken a monster and five days i was his second longest movie so this movie sounds pretty good yeah robert deniro alpa chino you know it's going to be set in the boston area it's going to be pretty cool a lot of money but it'll be interesting to say.

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"palley" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"But also tweeting about him was violet palley who tweeted twotimes up in james franco remember the time you push my head down in a car towards your exposed unit and that other time you told my friend to come to your hotel room when she was seventeen after you had already been cut doing that to a different seventeen year old okay pushing her head down that's bad i would call that abuse but he didn't force or did actually do it apparently and askes 17yearold to come to your hotel room apparently that is legal in this state where he did it i mean first of all you can't assume that he was going to do anything i guess you can't assume it but you would necessarily be right that he had sex on his mind so he invited a 17yearold to his hotel room and he pushed a woman's head down toward his men unit and he signed up a a girl to do a nude scenes in one of his movies and she agreed to it i really is that a sexual abuser you tell me i triple eight nine hundred thirty three 93 some of this is really getting ridiculous barely franco hasn't responded yet thirty nine years old and he was all smiles while he headed to the airport of course it had people photograph again because first of all these famous and he's an actor secondly i wouldn't be surprised if there are a lot of people thought okay he's going to be accused really soon now because highprofile guys in hollywood all seemed to have this problem.

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"palley" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

Off Camera with Sam Jones

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"palley" Discussed on Off Camera with Sam Jones

"Heizo hi sam thanks for doing this yeah my phone here i'm very excited heavier because you know i've seen you on life in pieces and that i think i was never a law and order guys i didn't know the you've done the cuadra mw or whatever it is when you do all four law and order there must be some sort of award you guy there's no award note or no i'm still waiting for my award in many respects of my life but it is like i have the got i'm i think of that i i hold the god of law and order yeah yeah well banded is a film that you just made its it's really amazing and i think that you know when you read a log line on a film i sometimes is exactly with the log blind says as you go on the phone you're like oh yeah of sugar log line for wonderwoman is pretty much right what was your film you would say the log line is a couple who is fighting all the time decides to foreign van and right songs about their rights yes but the film is about so much more than that and it's and it really is one of those films that takes you on a journey that you have no idea is coming and you think maybe you're watching a comedy in all of a sudden you find yourself like deepen some philosophical meanderings about what it means to be a woman what it means to be in a relationship and it's it's an incredible achievement and really is so much yeah so i want to start with one of the fights in the film it sort of senator out a big emotional sadness for your character and within that sort of the examination of of your lives together with adam palley who pleasure husband and you're sort of examining your lives and and.

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