18 Burst results for "Paul Bet"

"paul bet" Discussed on Keep It!

Keep It!

03:16 min | 3 weeks ago

"paul bet" Discussed on Keep It!

"Album. You popped up in that. First season opposed playing that role. I was like baby. It's time for you to go here. This question in the story line. And it's been a while since i've seen that. He's the one that india maury standing right. Yeah we're we're here. Kate mara would just hanging out in the first season right wholesale shift. Between how i know james vanderbeek either i was like why would they madman asks world in eighties black interesting going on mashing together here that we built them and also it was like he was there so that they could didn't live in like trump tower or something it was important for them to name drop trump at the time. Anyway we're out of that area. Luckily replace white people with ghosts on the second season. So i don't know and then and then just had paddle apology aids patients because give you is during the script and usually a witch out of a window on these shows. Yeah i was a little pressed about one of his in getting what it deserves. Okay guys to kathryn really deserve an emmy for that you love and obviously she's wonderful long. It was not agatha at any point. She did not do anything wrong. She slightly influenced a storyline. But the the person that ruined the town's life is the guy which he truly hate that part of the story line like it is not a twist that is not true at all. It's a linear story to get the fuck out here. I was actually rooting for paul. Bet day i thought he was great. Putney beautiful man. Yeah beautiful man and you know i once wrote something rude about him. Defending johnny depp. And i think that he. And i have come to a good place now yeah. I'm sorry. I've i've had a crush on him. Since fletcher weird film where he was a night knight's tale about solomon. I've actually never seen it. I loved it. Came out and feeders. Knight's tale was like my identity when it hit net flicks during the pandemic. I watched that movie again. And i turned it off thirty minutes into it. And it's like a really bad attempt of like version of medieval story but they still have sort of like the loose hair in modern music. Like you say rock you abides. It's is doing a lot. And i don't think that we would have allowed it to exist. If we know that we would have lost heath ledger a few years later. That's right do you think it led directly to that. Okay sort of disrespectful. Yeah but bending was actually doing. He's on movie. The police asked a knight's tale..

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"paul bet" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

03:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"paul bet" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Every single acting winner was white people. Well that's just how it is. I mean it was. Just you know the crown but that didn't you. You're not following some rubric. That like just like the numbers. Don't lie you know. Like it's all so i don't know why people i don't know it's this shouldn't happen. I think the thing that i will say defensive had limited series thing shook out is that category did a better job than any other of spreading the wealth. Like you got a bunch of acting wants from irvy's town. You've got to windsor queens gamut. You got the win for may destroy you and you know for the category with i think the strongest shows in it. That's what we wanna see like we don't really wanna clean sweep. I don't think and that's why the crown felt so boring katie we. We haven't even mentioned the most surprising limited series winner which is halston of halston. I didn't watch a minute of halston. And i like to watch poston. And so how. How'd you win. He was good. I mean the show was very ryan moore. It was it was. It was the kind of ryan murphy that i enjoy versus the kind of ryan murphy that is not for me so in in terms of his net flicks output. It's definitely at the top That might sound like damning with faint. Praise you mcgregor is very good in it but think katie. You've talked about this. About how paul bet knee Seems like divisions best shot So when a main emmy and Regarded winning over him. Does kind of feel also like Like a strange turn of events especially because one division then walked away with nothing. Yeah i mean. I think we all thought kathryn hahn was one division specially we stop and then julianne nicholson beating her but again like that like watching gillian. Nixon beat kathryn hahn. It was like well. There's so many good shows. I'm glad she went to like seeing the competition. Among these like real incredible works at television was tough. Yeah that was an exciting upset. That was upset me. i was. Yeah i was upset. I wished for that. Kathryn hahn had one trillion. Nicholson is so great to that. It's not you can't begrudge that win and they had the whole mayor vs on table seated like right behind the stage. You could watch them like be excited like while they're giving speeches which i loved it. It was a good setup for them. Yeah half of jean. Smart speech was directed towards hacks. But yeah i mean. That's the thing about like julian. Nicholson win it was. That was a big surprise. I thought like. I'm not good at predicting the emmys. But i was like surely kathryn hahn. There was a song like she get like. It was a big thing but kathryn. Hahn julianne nicholson have kind of. I mean they've done very different work but they similarly. They've been in the industry for couple of decades. Now they've consistently been good and finally had like breakthrough things you know this year. I mean i guess. Han has led an hbo show like she. She's been maybe a little bit higher in terms of profile than nicholson has been stepbrothers. Yeah but like both wins would have been nice and deserved. I mean they are both serve among the standouts of their respective shows. Life is full of things to manage your work your family your plans and.

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"paul bet" Discussed on Little Gold Men

Little Gold Men

08:01 min | Last month

"paul bet" Discussed on Little Gold Men

"Where are you on the on the hamilton question. Because i remember when the nominations first came out we were like wow so much. Hamilton is gone. Tommy your theory at least in the supporting actor limited series is that this the proliferation of hamilton. Nominations meant that like lovely. Evan peters is going to win the not the hamilton accident lovely but they also have a so full of awards. We're also a strong evan. Peters podcast at this point we are. We're pro pro. Peter spot cavs but but where what are you feeling on like. Where are you sitting on. Hamilton's chances in other categories. I mean i'm looking through it. I still like kind of believe in the vote splitting theory. Like you've got maranda and let leslie junior together and lead actor and like i feel like that could clear the way for paul bitney And then it's not nominated in the main limited series category because it's eligible is a god live right special something else I don't know like where the hamilton nothing husband went for. One division like it's not gonna be renamed goals berries. Great as she is. So is paul bet and you gonna win for one division. Wouldn't that be great division. That'd be great that'd be sad for a little olsen because like there's no way she's winning her category which is too bad but like her category is like the most famous bloodbath of. Yeah but she crushed like she did so much work. So i would be a little side of pollen. Catherine walked away with emmys and she didn't but hopefully that just feels like a win over all for one division and like as far as the marble dizzy plus shows go like one vision. You know these many months leaders is still far and away my favorite thing that they did And i i hope that if you know catherine and paul and maybe other people walk home with them. He's that that will encourage them to do more of that. Which i think would be a really good direction to take the whole endeavor. And i know that david canfield. Our colleague is convinced. The queen's gambit is going to walk away with the series award because it once so many below the line awards at the creative arts. Yeah i was gonna. I was gonna say the exact same thing that david saying. Which is that in terms of olson's category. I think we had a question of whether it was kate. Or whether anya and like kate winslet. Mary sound on utility for queen's gambit real neck and neck race but i think that queen's gambit technical sweep makes me feel like put your money on it would be smarter right. Yeah so. I mean i get so drama series. I guess is the thing we haven't discussed yet to me. Honestly think the story in drama series is okay william's going to win a posthumous emmy for cross country which he died after emmy voting had ended. And i don't really think we've got to talk about michael williams on the show When his death was announced last week which is a shame because he's done such an immense amount of work in television and so there's potential for this really cathartic moment for him to win an award enough country or not and it's kind of almost stressful to contemplate. I think maybe after we built ourselves up so much for traffic bozeman to win an oscar. That didn't happen are are am. I being overly anxious about this. Just you should be a little anxious about it. Just because people who misunderstand the london things will feel maybe like. It's disrespectful but the good news is he was already a front runner in that category. Yes i think so. So he was already sort of a projected winner for a lot of people. So i'm hoping that that happens in this moment. Courtney b vance one for lovecraft country in the guest category. Great that win hugely. Deserve courtney vance great and lovecraft country and and he took that moment to like honor. Michael k and stuff like that. So i think that I'm hopeful that it's a it's a. It's a nice moment from. Yeah it'll be memorial. But i wouldn't be surprised if there was a separate tribute for him during the show. Just for how. i love. Country ups and downs for me but like monkey. Williams's was really good and It's another one of his performances about that centers. Well i guess. Omar didn't really at all center on that character's homosexuality the way that this did center on this character being in the closet and struggling with his sexuality in finding liberation and finding love and all sorts of stuff like that. So i i think it was a really beautiful final role for this great actor who did a lot over his career to challenge our expectations of what a gay character looks and sounds like on television. So yeah i mean it feels like there are few big narratives. No small narratives only big narratives. Finally getting her emmy and the crown dominating to lhasa dominating net flicks finally getting a big emmy. Yeah disney plus you know entering the race substantially etc so snl. I mean as i say this. I got so burn out on us. L. for much of the trump administration post trump was sort of the most i enjoyed. Snl in a long time. and so. i'm i'm less fatigued than they usually am looking at a bunch of nominations and wins for us and them. Yeah i mean bone yang like what a bright star rising on us and l. gets nominated though he has been campaigning. For kenan thompson. Think plenty of people are looking. What does that would be delayed. That's the supporting actor. Comedy series underrated bloodbath. there too. Yeah but. I just don't think that it's going to be like i don't think there's going to be any well famous last words. Maybe maybe i'll maybe i'll say this and then cause excitement for you. I don't think are going to be any major surprises. And then i said that just so you'd have a major surprise katie. Play that audio. We'll keep playing you gone. Here's a wrongdoing eternally wrongdoing robinson. And i don't think they're gonna be any major surprises. But i mean we should remember this. Well i don't know how you feel. I feel like the emmys was like my favorite awards. Show that happened in the pandemic last year yeah And what is the final assessment of how they're going to run things live and not the ton of information. They're just going to be live. They've been doing events like outside I think there will not be everybody there. You know. I think the challenge right now and there's an article in hollywood report about this. It's like people don't wanna throw parties because people are in production and if you get sick you shut down the whole production at a ton of money so if you're currently on a set you've really strong incentive not to go to an event like this and i mean obviously a lot of people that galo that's not true for everybody but i think that will be an interesting thing to watch play out i was going to say just to put it out there. I'm wondering if the crown is gonna win. Best drama series. Unlike looking at that list and thinking like the handmaid's tale got a ton of acting. Nominations man laurean keeps overperforming. Pose like one. It's i you know other means besides billy porter at creative arts emmys like maybe not. Maybe i'm just looking for a fabricated narrative. But that would be what i would look toward i love fabricated narrative. So i love this for you. Where you're like. This is a real mike hogan move and then and then sometimes mike is and we're like mike. No it's going to be the thing and then sometimes he's right. Sometimes anthony hopkins wins for the father. So hannah we give richard all the credit for being right by anthony hopkins from the beginning and then as he always says he jumped on the bandwagon. Mike was when he was like guys. I think hopkins by win and we all know so in classic hogan and then we should've been an emmy predictions before Before we go. he's right. he's right. Mike has his finger on the pulse. So yeah it's Maybe maybe i mean I it just feels like a foregone conclusion. And i think a a deserved one because this season of the crown was like it felt like a reinvigoration of the of the franchise the season.

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"paul bet" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

GSMC Television Podcast

04:27 min | 2 months ago

"paul bet" Discussed on GSMC Television Podcast

"Wouldn't be canonical to the mc you but the very interesting thing is now with lewke ending the way loki. Did i think it's very i. I actually don't think that we need to even doubt that it's not canonical. I think at one hundred percent is canonical. There are hundreds maybe even thousands of branches spreading out and the multi-diverse is definitely alive. And well So i think that everything that we're seeing is canonical. But the real question is is that even this one off story about peggy carter being the new captain. America is canonical. How much is that really going to focus into the universe a that. We've been following for the past thirteen years. You know so. Cool that its canonical. But i don't really know how much it will factor into anything Now the one story that. I could probably say that. Might actually factor into the larger mc you would be i guess whatever they're doing with kill monger Because we do know that. Michael b jordan is lined up to be kiln longer but they refer to him in the casting as king kill monger. Now this could also just be my ignorance to the original comic character. But i believe the original comic character was just kill monger in the black panther movie it he was also kill monger and so i don't know where the king kill. Maga part comes from Which actually leads me into another thing. That numerous and i mean numerous characters or dot care. Yeah characters to but actors will be reprising their roles for the show We have jamie alexander who plays lady sieff. We saw her in loki shelby. Repot reprising her role as lady. Sieff haley atwells. I also mentioned she'll be returning as peggy carter. Angela bassett will be reprising her role as raimonda. I think it's fair name. That's crap. What's his said his name Black widows i believe she played black widows mother. Yeah i actually just kind of quickly looked at up. we also have Paul bet knee is going to return his vision Josh brolin his thanos clancy. Brown assert her He was the guy that calls writer off to happen at the end of fragment rock Don cheadle coming back is a rhodes Dominic cooper will be reprising his role as a howard stark which we've had at least two actors play howard stark now. Dominic cooper played the younger version of howard stark. The one who we had seen in the original captain. America movie as well as the agent. Carter show I can probably and we all could probably safely say that when he does reprise his role as howard stark but probably be in the Captain peggy carter story But given that any of these episodes could be anything were about any subject or characters or groupings of people. I think you know it's safe to say that. He could also be in something else you know. He could be an universe which him and his son got to spend more time together Benedict cumberbatch is returning. His doctor strange concealed del toro as the collector cat. Jennings's darcy michael douglas's hank pam john. Favalora is happy. Karen gillian nebula jeff. Goldblum is the grand master Who are some of the other big ones tom. Hill stint as loki sam jackson. Nick fury michael b jordan as i said as kill monger john cani as to chaka who is To child's father who dies in civil war..

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"paul bet" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

07:11 min | 3 months ago

"paul bet" Discussed on The Watch

"All right andy. This episode of loki very enjoyable just delightful to see richard grant and an alligator chewing scenery. Quite literally in some cases was to some degree. I thought did a little bit of like running in place to get to the whatever the valley is. Obviously we get the big big moment at the end of the episode where it's like the doors are opening and we have to wait for the next episode of find out what's going on. I gather from my work online. That i've been doing in terms of educating myself about this this whole situation with that look he's going through that this was maybe like frame for frame. The most marvel earliest marvel marvel our ever like. There is so much stuff in there that if you've are reading avengers number whatever or th- or this or whatever you were just like i'm an heaven yes and no and i say that as someone who is aware of some of the marble stuff but just generally a bigger fan of the show is doing and the reason i say yes and no. It's because there was a lot of. There were a lot of easter eggs. But they were very specifically chosen. I think to fit. Obviously the interest of the creative team of the show but also the vibe of this story. And what i mean is i think a lot of people online and we always say this with the caveat i think is. This is your how you get enjoyment from this then. Like that's awesome. That is that seems fun. Time consuming but core over every frame of a marvel entertainment in search of not just easter eggs but clues that will lead make up a crumb trail towards. What's coming next. This isn't that kind of easter eggs. This was brief a glimpse of frog. Thor which is a thing that happened in a funny comic book. There is a glimpse in the background of thanos helicopter. Which is Sort of wink towards a nineteen sixties comic when before thanos was like the true big evil of the universe who's in love with his true mistress death and he had a helicopter. You know what i mean like. So it's it's. It's the same sort of winking whimsey That is that. I love in the twisted and convoluted sixty year. History marvel comics. And i think this show loves as well and i just continued to be impressed by the fact that the show is telling emotional story that is doing massive ret conning of a major character but also while the stakes are going higher and higher has richard e grant in the local costume from the sixties in bright green spandex. It has You know important dialogue that it gives to an animated clock and and it has this actually emotional moment with that clock when it was like looking for the file. And i'm like oh shit yes. It was kind of wonderful and ultimately alligator loki. Which as you just got to respect the commitment the thing that made that good wasn't just that michael waldron or the writers room or whatever like also in alligator it was it every time someone said something important or pretentious. It went reaction shot. Bang bang bang. Richard e grant. Kid loki sometime. Sylvie alligator loki. It treated the alligator. Like a member of the ensemble and for that i salute this show. They they made their little baby. Owed aroma that. Gator man like everyone right. This is this. Gator is fucking entertaining. You know like i. I was really into it. I also thought they did a good. Chekhov's gator thing with like hill. Bite your hand. If you're if you're not careful and then he really goes after that loki. That was a great monty. Python moment of like the sort of gruff loki. Getting his hand bitten off spoiler. Even watch it. But you're listening to this. What did you think of the episode. Though i mean are you kind of at the point now especially with with this series but maybe the entire experiment where you're not necessarily like the stock price doesn't change that much on a week to week basis. This show is a success. I in my book and the show is a success because it was as as interested in earning the low-key moebius hug as it is potentially revealing the villain from ant man three Which which we should speak about the second. That is a sign for me of well-balanced piece of franchise ip entertainment. Because it has serviced the character stories and the characters. Along the way i mean the the sylvie loki stuff that the the progression of tom hilton's performance which is really very good and then nuanced and impressive. He's still playing the same character. He's been playing sometimes multiple versions of him. But it's distinct now from the ones that existed in the other movies in a way. That is very appealing and very charming and makes me excited about potential stories. That's that's been my viewing pleasure and this episode. There is there is yeah. There's a there's a viewing of this where you could be like it just kind of ran in place. This was the one bracketed for this world and they had fun with it and then they guild the world right and move on to something else but so be it it. It entertained in a way for me. The best marvel movies have done and also made me care on an episodic tv basis as to these characters that said and we should we know. We'll get into it like the thumb on the scale. The foggy thumb on the scale of what does it mean and what's happening begin began to feel unavoidable in this episode in ways. That may have disrupted some people's enjoyment. It's been really interesting to watch over. The course of these three shows each one of which have had their very obvious. And then maybe more subtle themes to varying i and i varying levels of affection for each one of them and and the tension between those teams and whatever they want to do with characters and i think in a lot of ways probably. That's the aside from the paycheck. And this celebrity the lure to get elizabeth olsen to continue to play wanda in this format or to get paul bet needed do vision again is to get give them something to do outside of just like run from one room to another and say look over there the tension between those like emotional moments and they emotional themes of these shows and this like looming at some point. There's going to be this delivery that we get that is going quote unquote make it worth it or explain everything or set something up because i think everybody is kind of like watching these things being like are we going. Is this eventually going to accumulate to the point where we now have an understanding of where the next five ten movies are gonna go. Because i think that everybody's sort of expecting marvel to repeat what they did from. Oa to eighteen. But i don't know if they're going to do that..

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"paul bet" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

Geek Girls Universe Podcast

04:14 min | 7 months ago

"paul bet" Discussed on Geek Girls Universe Podcast

"You know her theatre school experience where they they teach you things like us on the war and over to acting things that like you know. Typically you you won't ever really have an opportunity to do and she was just like wow really excited about being able to kind of flex this muscle of something that like. She knows she learned all those years ago but never had an opportunity to use in clearly she should have been using them because she is fantastic gas with it and the super i loved it had visual effects. Guy he got his start doing Physical effects so doing all the things with like the wires and whatnot to make the food fly across the kitchen and the recipe cards hanging in the air and whatnot. I just i was like oh. That's so much fun. And i was like and it is very theatrical right. Yes and then. I always love watching anything with wires just from having been in the theater and whatnot. So i think i think harnesses are like the most fun thing ever super scary. The first time you use one but like super-duper fun at the same time technically challenging and so then like when she was taught you know she elisabetha talking about that this sort of challenges in difficulty behind not just navigating like one person flying but multiple people flying in the same scene and unlike Kathryn hahn's you know fantastic aga- the heart messes seventh hero costume ashes and just imagining us. So it was amazing. It's like you're gonna watch that and you're like wow. It was very informative. I would say it's definitely a must watch if you don't mind seeing a peek behind the magic it's like i said i'm a theater too. I enjoyed it. It may be missed being on stage to be honest also made me missed a set visit so i i just i miss it. I miss all of it. But i will say one of the things. I laughed at the most that was not. His face was the fact. That like the ladies in the fifties and sixties had to wear those very uncomfortable outfits. I know debra jo rob. She said she likes fifties close because it gives her a waste. She's like i don't have limbs. Because i'm really short but i have a ways to improve your posture. Because it makes you stand up straight. But paul bet new had to wear a fake bottom. Which is hysterical. Because i just like imagine like. Ken.

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"paul bet" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

They Called This a Movie

05:41 min | 9 months ago

"paul bet" Discussed on They Called This a Movie

"As always as dan mark myers. Say hello gentlemen. Hey guys how's it going now. This was an eighties moving that it was before we get into our eighties. Movie of the week gentlemen would have you been watching. I went on a little bit of a russell. Crowe kick. I saw someone. Posted that master and commander was a boring movie and then russell crowe kind of school. That person like how. It's actually beautifully shot. And all that my realized. I'd never seen it so i figured you know what i'll give it a watch. Why not and. I enjoyed it. I thought it was a pretty well. Shot movie cinematography was beautiful. And i don't know how it's boring because in the first ten minutes there's a naval battle and people just getting blown to shit and There's big naval battle at the end. But i really thought that was of well done movie and then watched nice guys also starring russell. Crowe and i forgot how good that movie was. I hope they do a sequel to that. But i'm not sure if that's in the cards. I watched king of staten island pete davidson and it was good movie. Nothing really much to say about that. But it was good as i thought it would be. I would say yes. So dan between the two naval battles a master and commander. Was it boring or fun. No i wouldn't say it was boring. But i would see where someone could say. Okay what's going on here because it's a cat-and-mouse game essentially during the napoleonic wars and there's a lot of this is kinda i guess what went down on a ship in the eighteen hundreds you know so. I guess it's boring. But i thought it was a lot of fun to seeing how they tried to outsmart the other ship who which was bigger and faster. And all the nautical terms that were used and again paul bet in it russell. Crowe is in it so there is some good actors and russell. Crowe was kinda come. He was coming of gladiator. At this point it was well done. I don't think it was super boring. I i could see where there are some lulls but for people who like cinema they would enjoy. That's not for marvel fan boys then no now. This is not a fluff piece roller coaster. Kind of thing as hashtag cinema. We'll let martin scorsese. Now get him on the horn margaret value..

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"paul bet" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

Pop Culture Leftovers

04:25 min | 10 months ago

"paul bet" Discussed on Pop Culture Leftovers

"I thought you were saying only seen stephen. But i already know that. What you're saying is true. Okay you've never. God dammit you like robbie is so good. I loved him in Did you ever. did you watch the movie. The duff does it made it ugly fat friend. Movie data yes. He was so good in that movie. He was also desperadoes. Year out desperadoes. This garbage book is absolutely terrible. At the sequel to the robert rodriguez plastic now. Now it's not. No they have a kid named logan ryan phillippe knowing that was the funniest part of that movie. Man okay. i'm gonna keep going here. I got jim. Parsons from hollywood J. k. simmons from palm springs. You really loved his arc in that movie. I thought jack. Weight and karl urban. We're just amazing. Not yes ethan. Hawke i know. Jake hit on it ethan. Hawke is doing some of his best stuff in the good lord bird. Paul bet ni for uncle. Frank you so good in that movie. I loved uncle frank. Dude yeah i gotta half. Murray abraham from mythic less just loved how he was. He was the guy at pro scripts from the game. That just didn't notify jake. Johnson from mythic quest and hoops. Andre brower from brooklyn. Nine nine nick robinson who's getting a lot of work but i loved him in teacher talking. He was good in love. Simon while he was i've been i've been a big fan of nick robinson. I'm waiting for this kid. To blow the fuck up. Like he started off and melissa and joey the fucking melissa joan hart joey lawrence fucking abc family show. And i could tell like this kid. There was something special with him. And then he gets that gig in fucking drastic world in like. He wasn't the best part of that movie. But i think nick robinson is a fucking phenomenal actor. Yeah he's he was fantastic and this is his best work to date night. Do love love simon but he just put on. He put on a clinic in here. I do got pete davidson for the king. Staten island ben wishaw playing rabbi in the fourth season of the fourth season of fargo which was absolutely phenomenal. Pedro pascall mandalorian is named jihai diallo in charm. City kings. I thought he was fantastic as mouse just put on a great show last honorable. Mention is jason dak- says ted lasso. Oh i'm sorry Anthony star to in the boys for the runners up. I got peter mc dc as wall lead in uncle frank. Paul brittany was great but his boyfriend played by peter. Mckenzie just loved him. He was so fucking fantastic in that movie. I loved him so much. If i seriously if i was gay. That's the guy i want to date. Exactly he was so he was so amazing..

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"paul bet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:48 min | 1 year ago

"paul bet" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"I was one of them. I know you need to watch out for these people because I was one of them. Paul's never shy about sharing his own story, his story about his conversion about his past. About his unexpected path to Christ. He tells that story a number of times in the book of acts. But here in this letter to the Philippians, Paul's words are not only a testimonial, they are a confession. Paul tells us and he tells his readers. This is who I wass. If you want to know about those people. Look at my past. Because for most of his life, Paul Bet everything he add on his record, and that record was built on four pillars. First Pillar was his pedigree, He says. If anyone else thinks he has reason for confidence in the flesh, I have Mohr circumcised on the eighth day of the people of Israel of the tribe of Benjamin, a Hebrew of he, Bruce. Paul is saying I was born in the right family. I am in the right tribe. I am one of God's chosen people. You can't touch me. I have been born in the right place. Don't ask Paul. If he was born again, he'd say I was born right the first time. And he was putting all of his eggs in that basket. I mean, the right family and the right try. Not only that. In addition to his ethnic identity and his family identity, he also had his position as to the law, a heresy. He was in the right party. The Pharisees were both well respected and influential and his identity as a Ferris. He gave him position and status in the community. The third pillar was his power. As to zeal, a persecutor of the church. Say Paul liked.

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"paul bet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

06:04 min | 1 year ago

"paul bet" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Donna and Steve. My top 1071 Everything entertainment. Steve is out. John McClane is in. I'm looking at a photo that is stressing me out. Adjusted. I look at yes, a Mark Walberg. He on his instagram, which is he is fortunate up just to have his name, which is official Mark Walberg on insta. He Probably wanted to just have a reason to show his body. Yeah, You're a lot of guys do this. They're like, Oh, my God. I have such a bad sunburn and you're like, or you want to show us your abs. You know what I mean about anywhere. That's beside the point. So he did an allergy tests on his back. He doesn't reveal what he's allergic to, and I'm wondering if there's anybody out there listening. Who knows? So they take they they do a map of your They basically do a B, C, D, E and F categories and it looks like they're four. Little lines on each one. It looks like he has 1234 12 places on his back where heated swelling, which means whatever that is, he's allergic to that part right now, And I wonder if that is, if they do if it's a universal thing. You know what I mean? Like if it's always in the same order, it's always in the same order so that we could try to decipher what he's allergic Tio. Yeah, he said, I'm allergic to almost everything. My Ah, poor guy. You know you suffer for a long time not knowing right? What's causing you pain or trouble or why you are minus problems or Yeah, watery eyes going to the bathroom right after you eat. It could be an allergy to cheese right? Or something like that. I'm allergic to red onions. And I always did a favour process of elimination with me because I have such bad migraines, and I read a great book called Hell, Your Headache. And I don't know who it's by, but it's a doctor at Johns Hopkins. He's a migraine specialists. Okay, and there are common foods that people eat that they don't know. Cause migraines. So he has you eliminate each food. For a certain amount of time, weeks. And then if you don't get any effects, you, Khun gradually put it back in or just not at all. And I learned that man. Red onions, Aaron so many things. I love red onions. Well, I can't have them or I start slurring my words. I start getting very drowsy. And then the migraine comes wow. But anyway, back to my Walberg, Does anybody know if that is a universal map that they use? Is there an allergist out there that listens to us? Yeah, that would be great. Tio. Find out. Yeah, because we want to know why his G and C category are all basically It looks like is that ragweed? Is it Is it Is it milk? Is it gluten like what is this? OK, I'm going, Tio. Who Yeah, I don't know. Can't help you in the show. And if you are a Web, MD doctor will take that as well. If you just search the I'ma Google Doctor, you're a Google, Doc. Yeah, totes. Okay, So that's Mark Walberg. We have other celebrity news. Oh, my gosh. Talked about this a little bit. If you were listening this morning on the morning show, Johnny Depp is in a world of pain right now. This is when you're cocky, and you don't want in here so far removed from reality that you can't accept that a tabloid newspaper is going to talk bad about you. So Johnny Depp started all this himself by trying to sue the Sun magazine in the UK, So there's a case going on right now because they claimed allegedly that he abused Amber heard his ex wife. Okay now, this was all because of a court case that she brought up against him. Involving their divorce. Right. So then he gets mad, sues this newspaper in the UK So in a UK court order, he failed to disclose damning text messages, messages that appeared to show him ordering drugs. So This is not good it like from a drug dealer. Yes. So he said to his this guy like he's being really Like crafty here like we don't know what he's talking about. Need more whitey stuff ASAP. Brother manned and the E business, please. I'm in a bad bad shape. Oh, no. And then, in another one, he said, We should have more happy pills, Can you And then say nothing to nobody. Oh, okay. Why would you even text that? See, this is what I'm talking about with people get ahold of like your private stuff. Yeah. Which is why I have to be careful What I Google, right. I mean, I'm this is a completely different and this is the analogy doesn't exactly fit doesn't fit. And then another problem he has, is that Ah, so that was one lawsuit and then He has this other case where They have brought up. He was texting Paul Bet Bettany know that actor is S o. He was texting him and disclosing all this stuff about how he was drinking and taking pills. Like talking and also talking about how he wanted to kill. Amber heard right in just awful stuff like we need to drown her and burn her. And then I'm going to blank her corpse to make sure she's dead. I remember hearing that, so she claims he was abusive and Obviously, that's very abusive Talk with someone. Then he he tells him that he has had a lot of whiskey, and he also claims that when they had arguments, he wasn't on drugs or drinking. But he in this tax admits to Paul Bettany that he I had this much whiskey..

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"paul bet" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

The Security Ledger Podcast

05:57 min | 1 year ago

"paul bet" Discussed on The Security Ledger Podcast

"What would a digital certificate look like deployed in? In the use case of a wine bottle, or a case of wine, or a case of Coca, Cola, for example, yeah, yeah it could actually be something as simple as part of the sticker or label. Ida could be stuck on. Some of them are actually injected into like the CAP and so it's basically you'd have to remove the cork or something else to be able to open it up since sometimes the label you could actually still pull it off and placed on. On something else, but it's being used in numerous different areas in bike bottles honor winer so like he had mentioned either through the labels or some type of part of the the actual packaging itself. The corker things like that, so I mean I know Jason like one of the challenges, historically with large PK deployments has just been the complexity of of rolling out that infrastructure and managing it and I mean as I understand it. That's one of the problems that you're. You're trying to address with desert one. You have that that's a great question Paul Bet. That is something that historically have seen this. Any peak I project is taking multiple months to be able to deploy a for digital. We been fearing out of do that much much quicker and so fast that we can. Actually we've deployed instances of our digit platform on premise in customer environments in under an hour, and so that's pretty crazy to be able to do that from A. Multi month process to within an hour. We've got y'all set up. We've got you ready to be able issue, digital certificates and being able to start solving that the specific problems that you have. We've seen such a You know with Cova We've seen such a huge shift in just the way that organizations are are functioning. You know obviously big shift to work from home, and so on I'm I'm interested as has digits cert- have you seen anything? You have an interesting view of things just through your infrastructure has the shift to work from home had an impact in in your work, and in how people are consuming your services. Yet as I think that it's definitely impacted everyone across the globe, and like you mentioned. Everyone sees it slightly differently for us. We're very well set up to be able to. We had a remote work. We had the remote capabilities in so it was just a quick shift of beyond to expand that scale. What we found is a lot of customers for not prepared that and laid had to do considerable amount of work to be able to get prepared to be able to. To allow employees working from home in that type of environment I think in the tech world..

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Ross and Carrie are Falsifiable

Oh No Ross and Carrie

05:30 min | 1 year ago

Ross and Carrie are Falsifiable

"Hello and welcome to Oh no Ross and Carrie the show where we don't just report on for in science rally and claims of the paranormal, but take part ourselves. Yup, and they make the claims we show on to carry poppy and I'm raw spot sure, and this is a little updates and corrections episode. We've been meaning to do that for a long time because it's been a while since we've Enron, we've updated ourselves in corrected ourselves. Well. We do that off and on anyway, so we've released lots of little mini corrections along the way, because whenever relevant and not to off-topic. We like to let you know when we messed up. Set things wrong or just update every body. Right? 'cause there's all. All these little things that continually happened after investigations they never fully leave us. We are left with newsletters. We are left with new bell respondents video obsessions right yet new subscriptions to youtube channels. That's kind of the danger of the show in our format is we cover so many topics and we try to stay kind of tapped into all of them. That's at ten on the danger rating is. Youtube Rabbit Hole! Danger Ratings from all the investigations. Just add them up. You'll probably notice when we get to corrections that a lot of these corrections are like. When did they ever even talk about that bright? I don't remember that it's not important to me well. It was important to someone who emailed us a lot of the Times. It'll be something that we sort of tangents. Head tangent all. The most dangerous territory when I remember hearing about this thing Blah Blah well anyway. Moving on that's when I get things wrong than when we hear about him, but this is good. We WanNA. Know when we're wrong. There's nothing wrong with being wrong. We're always going to be wrong. Everybody's wrong about things all the time and the way you find out to to get them right in change, you know sometimes people right and say well. You got this thing wrong here you. Are you getting mad? Mad, at other people for getting things wrong. Yeah, the this fine people get things wrong. There's a difference when you're making a claim. That's part of Your Business. Your Job Your profession, your promoting Brung ideas, and there's also another thing where you know you learn, and you stop saying things and say Oh. Sorry, oops! I was wrong about that. I won't get that wrong again. I think. How central is that thing to your point? The theme of whatever you're doing. Quite a bit his. Your whole thing is that you're the world's most supported medical medium. Most supported most backed by the scientific establishment I. Don't know. Maybe you should know what a double blind study is. It's that whole maximum of extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence. There's kind of a similar scale there. Where there's a level of importance to the thing you're saying. Yeah, and how much rides on you getting correct anyways. We want to clear the air when we get things wrong so mostly people write very nicely. Yes, that's when we really appreciate that all right anyway. I update and or correction So, we cured cove Ed. That's what my notes say. Okay, so this is in relation to our recent homeopathy for covid nineteen class that we took. Yeah, so we offhandedly asked what hydrotherapy is because she kind of went quickly passed that I guess in a slide and we were like what's bad. Things with water. Is that drinking water? What is that? We're going to be bothered? Yeah, there is I mean so much flies by in that class. It's wild, but a few people wrote in or tweeted. Let us know what it is, so we're right. It's using water for pretty much anything. It's a big catch all term for some things varying levels of repute. Yeah, so that's one of the problems is that it's so widely applied that. Up Studies about like a hundred therapies real. Does it work including like using an ice pack? You know like on a sprained ankle as an example of water therapy. Therapy. Okay that works saying well yeah yeah. Agree Fun of the thing that comes to my mind is Charles. Darwin had a water cure that he was really into and Thurston is run. A good cure for Thursday's to drink water. Yes, very good Charles Darwin I didn't find out about this until I saw the two thousand nine film creation with Paul Bet knee playing Charles. Darwin and there was this whole scene where he takes his daughter to this practitioner, and they dumped just tons of water on him, and I'm watching the movie thinking he didn't do that. That's crazy. Turns out he did. He had a series of terrible complaints of all kinds of things going wrong with his body. Body he was vomiting, he had nausea. He had I think headaches and eggs, Emma and just everything was wrong with Charles. Darwin Poor Guy People now think it was maybe some problem with his autonomic nervous system. That's like the system that runs all of your unconscious functioning of your body so newest poor guy. He was miserable all the time, and so he would have like water dumped on him and Yeah, he had a doctor trying out the on, and he didn't buy into that so much. Charles Darwin because it was pretty new at the time. anyways. That's what I think. When I think of water therapy, you were saying. Well we've also of course heard. It applied to colonic hydrotherapy, which is right, shooting water up here, but for various reasons, and that's definitely on the less supported by the evidence

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"paul bet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"paul bet" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Joe and Mary sit tight we'll continue your at home with Gary Sullivan. For your home is just a click away at Gerry Sullivan, online dot com. This is at home with Gary Sullivan. This is Colorado's home improvement show. I'm Gary solve it on KOA NewsRadio eight fifty AM and ninety four one. I'm so excited about the brand new decorators voyage, decking that I'm going on a field trip to show it to you. Join me Monday at two o'clock pro Facebook live, I'll be visiting a decorators distribution center to show you the brand new colors. New looks new railings everything see for yourself. Why dickers- voyage decking is like no other decking? Facebook live on a Gary Sullivan public figure Facebook page Monday, March eighteenth to decorators experts will be online live to answer your questions. Join me Facebook live Monday to listen, if you've ever been away from home in a storm in worried about your sump pump. I've got good news. Zoeller pumps have created a battery backup system that you can check from your mobile device. The aqua not active five away DC battery backup system was Z control technology, it periodically checks to make sure your system is ready to go and you can run a test from your phone. I love it. Great peace of mind, built was solid quality Asher plumbing. Proto install the. Five. Oh, eight active. Paul bet. Your tires staining your deck every year or two found. The solution defy extreme would stay now. It's gonna last longer than other brands. It's a system you clean the wood with your high grade oxygen oxygenated cleaner, which opens the poorest of the would then the deck. Brainers applied do that. In the morning. Use the defy extreme early evening. You're done defy extreme is state of the art acrylic technology fortify with sunscreen technology, also mildew resistance. It's available. Do it. Best stores or find other dealers. Go to defy would stain dot com. Hey, take a look around your house and see what you can freshen up ugly countertops tile, linoleum floors. It's real easy with spread stunned by dash coatings. It's a role on coating. It will give you the beautiful look of stone in a weekend. I've been recommending it for years and try the new polish clear finish it's a beautiful glossy coating for new or existing dice countertops,.

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"paul bet" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

At The Movies with Arch and Ann

04:49 min | 3 years ago

"paul bet" Discussed on At The Movies with Arch and Ann

"Have death of stallion at five which you know here's what i appreciate about deaths dylan it's got that wacky are mondo you nucci what slipping he said calling back and seventeen minutes was seven to set it or the phone i don't know go was that thirty seconds a minute which wasn't it is that energy all right it's the veep humor it's the in the loop humor show so it's just nonstop but here's the trick unlike those movies this has a really deadly serious backdrop which is the purge the stallion his purges right like okay how are you going to make how are you going to thread that needle between being hysterically funny but but not you know abusing the memory of all of those victims and he doesn't like he walks away that he kinda dresses the purge on the margins of that movie it's just so ingenious and so meaningful and i that's tart do and it's like and not to mention all those great performances shammy and jeffey chambord god just laughing thank you just loved really and he's made me again look up the history very pretty true to life in terms of timing personnel and how khrushchev made his rise just love the infighting and just the eddie all of the larry is my favorite line is bush imi and forget this other russian official or soviet facial the running through the woods to try and hug stalin's daughter and bush emmy as khrushchev is like we're gonna come up with a plan here's what we do we do this how can you run and plot so good so good and and we say on this show that art reflects the times and although this set in nineteen fifty three there's a reflection of our time oh yes very much so so i threw in hearts beat lao at the avalon theater just because it's a sweet father daughter store nick offerman right offerman music is what binds them she's leaving and there's a creative manner in which they tell the back story and i think just a sweet father daughter tale is a good thing for this time now i'm done what have i left what have you okay well adema i thought we had ten i that we attend i think well there's been some low we overlapped i lost count well one movie the next movie it'd be six on my list of journey's end number six course i knew that and you're the one in turn me onto this is a based on world war one play paul bet knee is in it and he's just when i say hauntingly beautiful performance the only it is so subtle there's such quiet dignity in this performance it will be overlooked by so many people and i'm pleading with you go watch it and just what he's accomplishes without doing a whole lot just the it's just brilliant glad you saw glad you saw him you know there's there's a nineteen thirty one version of it they made it early in film yeah so well the other okay i can skip the rest of the ones at this point well i did wanna say seven on my list was going to be cario i like that a lot more than you has i like the relevance that played with what we're dealing with a lot right now in terms of immigration and border security and all that kind of stuff and then to finish it i tomb raider which i thought i liked the little bit more but this was getting down to the end of my list so i was like okay i gotta fill it it was kinda hard for you to even come up with ten yeah was many many guys and then the last one i did want to make sure i almost had tag on this because i really did like tag but you know what the ending to that kind of was just too weird for me so i put in solo back on there yeah i hated last jet i with a passion but i think so low i walked it was fun it was it was a very flawed movie and a lot of ways but there was a lot of that i did like and certainly at number ten it's worthy being number ten on my spot we'll see i will see that again when it comes out on cable that's a movie i'll watch again cool all right i've got to more laugh haven't been already mentioned one is board versus mac i hear you know every watch it can't wait to slide good you saw yes.

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"paul bet" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"paul bet" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"Yeah why even do it if you're not gonna but i saw a lot of the the double blade in the red blade i was like wow here's the interesting thing about eighty what did you think did you see that to even care star wars okay here's the other interesting thing about that part in the movie originally michael k white omar from the wire was originally cast is dried involves he couldn't make the reshoots wants the ron howard came on they replaced him reshot everything with paul bet knee which is why every scene paul bed is in the same fucking room in every scene he does he probably knock that out in like a weekend for them oh oh the one the one that's what happened that's yeah and you'll let michael kay white has that interesting scar running down his face naturally i wonder if michael yeah yeah i wonder if that's why they put the michael j j wow went from black guy english guy eichel k white who is that's quite a change he's amazing so that may be why the movie doesn't you know some parts doesn't hold up so well it's a lot of last shit i finally email from our buddy jimmy craven he says hey imran anthony and rugs thanks for the stickers funny thing i was actually listening to the podcast when i opened my mailbox and got the stickers to definition of jockeying and earning really enjoyed your review of solo rugs said something interesting and one of the recent episodes you can really enjoy a movie even though it has flaws all movies have laws so keep up the critiques i appreciate your analysis that being said i grew up a huge star wars fan my favorite part about the stores universe has always been the criminal underworld i used to read several extended universities books about hans solos pre star wars escapades and some of my favorite books are tales of the bounty hunters and on the maasai sleek and tina.

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"paul bet" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"paul bet" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Shots fired air it eckhard shares have to face i have a condo on the gulf coast that built on erin eckhard stock ocha said comedy with disrespect of people who are associated with the role they were either expressing interest or auditioned for the role of harvey josh lucas while one of your guys who we have not heard a lot from since glory ruehe how's your josh lucas stock doing in these days so that that gulf coast condo is seen better days yeah argued for years now lee schreiber i think that would be okay i think he feels that to darken stormy mcgarvy debt harvey that has to start out as a golden boy he asked our our i like him as to though he could have been a good this yes mark ruffalo no no no more colourful we to cerebral we tuna roddick rate harvey dense just like i'm just going to sam the batman sorry to mention this beforehand bruce they know rude drew brees matt damon matt dillon now in the mix uh i don't i don't quite as matt damon just wanted to be at a christopher nolan movin just whatever he needs an can i be at a bag on on the moon do you need me in in the near seller you know i i think that young demon would have been a great robin yes interesting like a courage under fire era yeah yeah interesting chris renaud and says the he never really considered anyone but he th ledger for the role of the joker ice what they say in the as he liked they they wanted to work together and that as soon as that they started to tease out this character that it was just obvious that it was going to be leisure that being said other actors rubber to be up for the role paul bet knee fine steve carell now robin williams maybe if this is a timber movie that works a little too yeah ghoulish there adrien brody i can see it and then this is just i mentioned this because when you do research on like who else was up for this role this guy has more hits that anyone.

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"paul bet" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

02:13 min | 4 years ago

"paul bet" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Let's discuss this title sir with you what do you think well the conversation the conversation would be different at times the press would jump on the things that uh cruising company who would who would want to do as the press already does already does but but we would have capable advocates laying out the argument but you you still behind then have the at the we're presuming that they could get their which they can't because they don't have the votes but that so let's say they magically debt there because everybody got him easier for a day he still they don't have the votes they don't have the support they will be mocked by their own party so if the converse the i mean yet y'all occasionally have some very interesting conversations but they will stop their it it won't lead to policy well i think it's a enter saying um interesting question so map for me if it were cruise lien gummer and of course i would have said paul bet on that means that they were voted by conservative members that would mean that you had have a majority of people that were conservative and then if that were the case and you had these get spokesman and you knew that you could get the media to actually you know the conservative media to actually push forward those principles that would mean all the difference but then you're looking at who voted for those conservative members who would vote for their paul i'm going to put paul on their at and paul crews lien gummer sam erin i think that the advocacy that that the word the todd just used a little bit that would be about the only thing that would be different because we talk about the presidential bully pulpit while there is a bit of a a bully pulpit that's involved with having leadership at the very top in both chambers of congress.

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"paul bet" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

Post Show Recaps

02:03 min | 4 years ago

"paul bet" Discussed on Post Show Recaps

"He's basically got an iron mans to you know it's a stark constructed 'spiderman's it that he's using complete with essentially his own jarvis aka suit lady aka karen aka jennifer connelly who is voicing this character who is married in real life to paul bet knee aka a the vision aka the original jarvis so that's a really fun connection between karen and jarvis celts vitamins qasim once it gets off of training wills mode i thought that that was pretty spectacular but the thing that i really liked antonio is once again kind of taking a superhero trope and flipping it on its head the thing that you've seen in spiderman movies in fact but you often we'll see in a lot of a superhero origin stories or first instalments of a superhero franchise is like you've got that lake diy costume in your wearing that for like the first quarter or third of the movie and then you get the super awesome cost him in that your cost him for the rest of moving then it's going to get battle damaged at some point there's your third actionfigure in in this you know he started off with a with a diy spiderman cautioned that you see at a trace amount of in civil war and you see him wearing very quickly in the peter parker zone movies cut but really the movie is pretty much right out the gate it spiderman in goals biter man regalia and the thing that changes is once tony brings up the whole idea of if you're not you know if you're you're not worthy of the sued if you can't be important outside of suit or whatever it is that he says his basically his version of great our engrave responsibility and that launches into the final action know packed act of the movie wear peter isn't wearing the classic spiderman costume he is wearing his diy costume i think that the the flip of that that arc of like going to just like being a more natural as despite or manage as being peter parker more than being spiderman was really really awesome and a and a really cool subversion of that severe drought.

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