17 Burst results for "Paul Gauguin"

"paul gauguin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

07:47 min | 2 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Gig one at three one four five seven one six nine three seven. Hey pierre. I got a special treat. I got a special treat for the listeners. Every once in a while. I get somebody that says listened gig take me away. I want to be so isolated nobody even knows I and one of the islands in the society islands. The chain is called wa Heaney. It's spelled with an h and this is the most beautiful remote island. It has one little special hotel. And if you really want to get away from the world and still be in paradise. I I got the place for you. Because it's so isolated and so beautiful, but it still has good food and a lovely beach and great snorkeling. So that's the little tip for today. When we're talking about the crews and Tahiti well, people that go through that particular spot must be happy to be on a beach are there. Other activities also available. Well, the law. You know, what there's another island very close to the island of Tahiti called. And we went there, and they have two big bays open. No who bay and cook bay, and we took a little excursion not a boat and went swimming with the sting race in the sharks. Oh, wow. It sounds dangerous. But of course, the the the shark Scholley special tourists. They don't eat people like me. Anyway, you're really quite safe. They throw man and the sharks celebral out and scary. But of course, there that are very harmless now. Yes. We had a picnic on ice. Motoo or island which made for a just a absolutely gorgeous state. Go ahead. Here. I meant to say that the Paul Gauguin is not inexpensive. Now, we need to tell people what you know, what average cruises are seventy. It's it's four or five thousand dollars a person. But but that includes almost everything not all the sightseeing because people have different needs and wants as far sightseeing goes, but it's a beautiful mid size white ship. And you know, the waters are very gentle down in Tahiti. So the cruising was just wonderful. They had great night shows and. Wonderful. Dining fact, I always like tippers, which is an English type of a breakfast, and you could real hard. You can either mainland or you can get it on cruise ships. And they moved it up. Specially for me. So that shows the little extra effort that the Paul Gauguin crews people did for be at breakfast. And I really appreciate it. This shows similar to those on other luxury Kucher so that they're geared geared much more towards the culture of tacky. They have the date of dances, of course. But it's it's it's a much smaller atmosphere. And they have. You know, what night they had just ukulele playing and it was really beautiful. I'll many many years. Paul Gauguin Terry well about three hundred fifty I think. It's it's a very very intimate ship. And of course, most of the stops on the cruise, you you tender you drop anchor somewhere near because they don't have real good dock areas except for a puppy a take. So you take the little tender boats in it's a lot of fun. And of course, the weather's all nice. So you got warm weather. It's there's nothing wilder Woolley about it. It's it's just one of the more general trips, and you meet the nicest people by golly, we we met absolutely interesting people throughout the entire crews. Great now compare that to other cruise ships that I've sailed on and I've sailed on probably more than a dozen maybe fifteen different luxury. Cruise ships have you enjoy? The Windstar and the region. The silver seas. What about the Windstar you'll remember that name at all? Yeah. I did the Windstar about six months ago. Wasn't. It was not the sailing. Windstar it it. It was a cruise ship really similar to the size of the Paul go gaff, and they also have very very nice. Accommodations. It's it's just a a lovely way to see particularly the Mediterranean. How many how many different cruise line roughly have you sailed on? Well, I've sailed on over fifty cruises. So I. Pardon? You got maybe I did about thirty seven so far. Wow. Well, and and some of them I did up here for to get to every country in the world. I had to go on what's called a denture cruises two out of the way places arcane, sometimes just completely remote places that you can only really get to on a cruise ship. I gotta tell you that twenty three years ago today May Day. This person called Pierre. Roll talk show host of America dining and travel, guys nationally, syndicated March in Havana, Cuba. To the music of a military band. And we marched along being media. Perhaps the only live broadcast sweet years ago from Havana, Cuba, marched right by Mr. Cosco and saluted hip that you believe. That's what I. Yeah. Go ahead. Has you know from my last show I care about. Edits opening up the air, and they want you to come back. They said they said you were such good marcher Bill. Today. Today is May Day, which is the workers holiday, you know, and. Cuba, still adheres to that. I believe today. Well, thank you. Pleasure to have you the gig win, and you can find them on the web. How do they find you? Well, they find me at g my website gig, Gwen dot com. Or they called me.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on The Frame

The Frame

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on The Frame

"From the Mon broadcast center at KP. See this is the frame, I'm John horn. And thanks for joining us during our fall. Membership drive today on the show we have a conversation with actor will Afo. He's now starring in a new movie called at attorneys gape to folk plays Vincent Van Gogh toward the end of his life. The movie is directed and co written by the artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel, and it's not all that interested in Van Gogh's mental health instead at attorneys gate is focused on Van Gogh's painting. How the Dutch artists all light and color and texture. It's also about Van Gogh's friendship with a French painter Paul Gauguin who's played in the film by Oscar Isaac when Willem Dafoe join me in the studio at KPCC early this week, I asked as I always do at the start of an interview if his mobile phone was turned off. I don't carry him for you. Congratulations radical. That's good. You can spend more time talking reading scene. Seen as opposed to looking looking at people. Yeah. Sounds like good training for playing a painter. Yes. I wanna ask you about Willem. Welcome to the show. I should welcome. Thanks. Sure. I wanna ask you about the shooting of this film. Because in watching it, I imagined there are a lot of early mornings and late evenings. Because the way that this. Film captures light is extrordinary. And I wonder what that was like on a given day because the light in this film is without equal. Right. I think that's well observed and light is important one of the first things I had to learn how to paint for this just practically and also as a key to the character. And the first thing I learned was concept of painting, the light, and then from in terms of the DP, and and Julian composing things nature was, you know, a big character in this..

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"He's here. Guys. We got to see this concept. I mean from what I know about the movie just flipping it that way where Jamie Lee Curtis is hell bent on killing him. Yeah. That's kind of a cool way to do it. I know there this article that I was reading said that Nick hassle who played on Mike Michael Myers in the original nineteen Seventy-eight Halloween movies reprising the role. What's interesting about this one is Danny McBride is a eastbound and down guy, and you we know him as the funny guy, directing or is he scripting? I've written written or directed by Dan McBride. Yeah. It's fun. It'll put a new twist on it. It'll be I think it's so cool. That Jamie Lee Curtis is completely on board with this. Come on guys. Halloween is coming. It's coming. Are. We going. I can't because of but it's not like scary stuff. It's suspense. With you. Oh god. Right. I don't think I would see that. I just yeah. I I've probably seen less than certainly less than ten scary movies. My whole life. Wow. What I'm I'm with you on that. Because if you see a scary movie at the wrong point in life. It leaves a lasting impact on you. I can't go in the ocean. Thank you jaws. Yeah. I'm terrified of ghosts. Thank you, exorcist poltergeist, Amityville horror. But this is scary. This is going to be out on October nineteenth. Okay. So that is the New Orleans another movie, I can't believe there has not been a movie or I didn't realize there. If there was a movie about Vincent Van Gogh Willem Defoe is going to be in the upcoming film at eternity skate, and he's gonna play Van Gogh at the height of his artistic breakthrough. So it's basically follows his time at an asylum as well as his meeting another famous painter Paul Gauguin play by Oscar Isaac who encourages him to find new forms of painting. It looks really good. Here's a little bit.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on Bookworm

"I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it. And he took me to studio and ran it for me, and there's a scene in it where this kind of impossible woman at goes to the devil to try and explain why she should go to heaven. And he looks at her and takes a look at her legs, which are really ugly. And as she's talking a mile a minute, he opens the door and she goes down to heaven. Hell and all fire comes out. And I was just a little girl and I started to scream. Him and scream and cry, and they had to carry me out of the screening room and I never saw it again until I was grown up. Never. My grandfather was kind of a ladies man, and he didn't seem to do any kind of work that anybody really ever saw him..

Paul Gauguin America Rosen Ernst Lubitsch MGM Louis Dakota Saul Steinberg Menasheh Paris Leers Hollywood Lubich Billy woundr John Renoir wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"paul gauguin" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on Bookworm

"I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it. And he took me to studio and ran it for me, and there's a scene in it where this kind of impossible woman at goes to the devil to try and explain why she should go to heaven. And he looks at her and takes a look at her legs, which are really ugly. And as she's talking a mile a minute, he opens the door and she goes down to heaven. Hell and all fire comes out. And I was just a little girl and I started to scream. Him and scream and cry, and they had to carry me out of the screening room and I never saw it again until I was grown up. Never. My grandfather was kind of a ladies man, and he didn't seem to do any kind of work that anybody really ever saw him..

Paul Gauguin America Rosen Ernst Lubitsch MGM Louis Dakota Saul Steinberg Menasheh Paris Leers Hollywood Lubich Billy woundr John Renoir wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"paul gauguin" Discussed on Bookworm

Bookworm

05:09 min | 2 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on Bookworm

"I've just seen this guy's masterpiece, which is strange feeling because he made seventy two films and what did I know about the other ones. But now I've seen all except one was just rediscovered part of a film called the Rosen tough case. Nineteen minutes were just found, but I've seen. Everything else forty-nine films, which is a pretty good survival read, and it is still has best film. In my opinion, it's it's a, it's the Panama of romantic comedy. I think it's the best of the genre. It's crazy, you're in an invented world. It doesn't have a name like the made up names in his operettas instating place as he quoted in MGM Paris. But, but nevertheless, these are people infant at home cross with their eccentricities in their beauties in their humor's was Paul Gauguin was said about the people he painted that they were Jews wearing jewels and and in trouble in paradise. The characters are jewels wearing jewels and the film's jewel it's jewel I can his precision as jewel thieves and it's it's as somebody. One of Louis colleagues said there is none. Nothing realistic about his films, everything artificial -t's world he created and that's part of what is charming and delightful. It's his world. He invented the early filmmakers were inventing this new medium to and he was a silent film maker and he learned how to use montage on gestures and looks and to tell stories without words, and he voided titles as much as possible in his silent films. You understand very sophisticated films, but as he said, a child could understand them own VO. He made films before those sensors, the Hays office, the bream office came into being. It was the glue film that necessitated sense of he practically Creole designed for living. I believe it was the first film condemned by the legion of decency Menasheh trot. It's very outrageous film even today. It's a hundred films do see in America about of Menasheh trial that people three people love each other very much what knoll coward. Called the play and Lubich is film, I think, improves on the play and is very daring and very sophisticated and the audience loved it. And then very soon the code was imposed thirty four, the real draconian code and they started not releasing his films again. Yes. What MU bitch did even before the Dakota in codes game in was to find a way to sidestep them. So though someone is very decorous -ly closing the door of the bedroom behind which. Are actors, beautiful actors will Frong we know what's going on behind the bedroom door. Not only that in one of the silent films of father peers in through the keyhole to watch his daughter and his rather impressed on her wedding night on her turns to the camera Leers is now I'm impressed and the phase out it's really raunchy. His German films are pretty raunchy. He got more subtle when he came to America. The German films are delightful, but the he was so subtle in Hollywood who Trent as John Renoir said, he, he invented the modern Hollywood, it's how did which do it, which we're talking about. It's a title that comes from sunshine that Billy woundr who took bitch as a mentor and friend wilder headed sign on his wallet, Saul Steinberg did for him. How how would Lubitsch do it? And he said he put it on the wall so that I would never write a sons would embarrass my good friend, Ernst Lubitsch, who he had written description of blizzards eighth wife in the notch, go with an he was his mentor in God. I do each film I saw was heaven can wait is very much based on my father's life for a lot of things about it. And he took me to studio and ran it for me, and there's a scene in it where this kind of impossible woman at goes to the devil to try and explain why she should go to heaven. And he looks at her and takes a look at her legs, which are really ugly. And as she's talking a mile a minute, he opens the door and she goes down to heaven. Hell and all fire comes out. And I was just a little girl and I started to scream. Him and scream and cry, and they had to carry me out of the screening room and I never saw it again until I was grown up. Never. My grandfather was kind of a ladies man, and he didn't seem to do any kind of work that anybody really ever saw him..

Paul Gauguin America Rosen Ernst Lubitsch MGM Louis Dakota Saul Steinberg Menasheh Paris Leers Hollywood Lubich Billy woundr John Renoir wilder Trent Nineteen minutes
"paul gauguin" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on KGO 810

"Dollars and then if you really wanna get crazy star legend may six of nineteen is doing a sixtynine repositioning cruise from tokyo to short at alaska from sixteen hundred and ninety nine dollars so it was may six of nineteen but it's always a good idea to you know kind of get an idea what's available and and make plans early so i was going to just mentioned so there you go again saying what should be said is make your plans as early as you can to get the best deals correct yeah absolutely all right one final one and you got one minute okay well if you really want to go off the deep end number winstar is offering an opportunity to do seven night cruise on wind spirit which is one of the sales ships and that is tahiti riot bora bora or a instead of paying ninety three ninety nine per person they've got pricing from four thousand ninety nine and you know every time i think of the heat drawl they wind up in hawaii i told told that these cruises on both windstar and paul gauguin yeah are among the most delightful experiences you'll have in your life told me that they go down every year they just love it down there all right now here's what you wanna do to find information go to it's not even on here we need.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Third second back back back back the paul just went and paul gauguin oh okay erg why this seems like it's fixed for me not to do well i think i took care of that for you pal don't worry about it i think you make loving and now mclovin goes mclovin go okay i don't think anyone's taking our favorite team yet how a little love for the small country of iceland iceland good odds on that very good odds like two hundred one fritzy your next costa rica costa now shocking the world's way we're doing vacation are they in group b as well usa all right i got the final pick here landon donovan i could either go columbia russia poland or may mexico mexico is in the same group as germany sweden and curb south korea yeah let me ask you guys a question i find myself i tweeted this the other day i find myself rooting for mexico and panama costa rica well it the us's not there so it's not sacrilegious i'm gonna people are like how can you root for them i don't know i'm gonna go russia i don't i mean it's just a homecourt advantage homecourt home home pitch advantage here they might get a friendly call i might tweets might get a tweet from the president all right landon donovan of course the greatest us soccer player of all time i got one single question for you and one single question alone that's it why is team usa not in the world cup aside from not qualifying why didn't they qualify.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on Filmspotting

"You think you're doing you don't brush when you're slapped on plenty when you make your trees right like space and your son explode on over the galvez with all your talking motion what is you look at your work it's just a fatal too fast those two you know they really should have had a podcast i think kirk douglas as vincent van gogh anthony quinn as paul gauguin in nineteen fifty six's less for life it's the v movie in our ongoing vincent minnelli marathon reviews of these movies appear as bonus episodes in the film spotting feed so if you are already subscribe to the podcast you'll find those episodes appearing on wednesdays and that's where you can find our conversation about less for life along with earlier reviews of cabinet in the sky meet me in st louis the bad and the beautiful and the bandwagon tasha i don't wanna put you on the spot but any strong feelings about vincent minnelli or any of these films i have a strong feeling that i should watch more vincent minnelli i was we were at yes i was just watching because we were prepping are our top five which is top five movies that pay a mosh to other movies i've been reading and watching a lot of things online about movies that quote other movies and i came back to la la land and there was a terrific there's a terrific video out there that puts scenes from lowland side by side with the movies and then they're quoting it's so much deeper and more complicated than i would have imagined and it comes brings me back to a place of there are so many classic musicals that i haven't seen an offensive manelli yet so many of them looking down his his list of films i've seen maybe eight of these and there are forty of them so i've got a long way still that's not bad i think i was only two or three before this marathon began you can find the full lineup for manelli and our past marathons at film spotting dot net slash marathons you can subscribe to the podcast in apple podcasts or preferred podcast app you can also listen at our website film spotting dot net the middle marathon is presented by movie an algorithm has no business choosing your films movie is a curated online cinema stream.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"The mena house which is the beautiful battle axe very beautiful nightstand' thank you so much thank you checked turn onto stewart from manhattan stewart has an addendum to our french polynesia talk them earlier in the program i stewart your lies well listen there's something on my bucket list that i'm probably going to do soon uh the society islands which is the in french polynesia uh there's some two hundred eighty six two cruises is the pill go gunship some political gone cruise lines very nice you know i'm not cruisers to borgwarner on you no longer society islands and there's another more casual ship it's like uh a combination of either on passenger ship called the island new it's like this is like the sixth avenue noor here's something and its smaller um that's informal one that goes into you know spicer side larger cruise ships can co sign to advise thought so pauline by club before got might be an option for her to go around that might be yeah absolutely i don't know if that's cheaper than doing a land trip there those are both pricey vessels but they are beautiful very uh they have dick core which brings to mind tahiti it's it's very much of the place those two vessels which are the paul gauguin and the are a new e is that the other one guy i know the go gap better uh and the very well respected and have been in business forever i'm looking at the clock we have to take another break we will be right back after these calls message that you know that seventy percent of your scrimmage made out of college rim and cultural production structural the coin of h 25 and 5 i'll.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Fact that this guy was about to retire so he you know he's been around the block a few times would ensure instinct to kick in and you know what did she be able to know where those shots were being fired inside her out of the building would you not only shots to fired outside the there's so many different the acoustics other cheetah can be very difficult sometimes but the mere fact is that you should be trained in where you're seeing people running thumb and the actions of people out he outside and then the mere fact is knowing that you're out of school at a fair shot fired most likely third there from their go to be on the inside or continuing to go into the inside so you put that all together um and newdow you've got effect we know that something is happening on the inside not out by match shootings late don't happen take away las vegas that was different uh on the outside edge talent confined space the other thing is those if he didn't think that he did anything wrong uh and i know people in better met bispebjerg what do you have a lawyer yeah yeah now what is you know you've got nothing wrong why you having representation yeah that's that's fair that's a fair question so how much of this falls on the broward county sheriff's scotty israel la not only through the deputies actions but the signs that were missed the woman we heard from the in the beginning i said she had called police not necessarily the broward county sheriff's office but called police and said look you've got an active you've got a school shooter in the making that was a courtesy of an instagram posts she saw in which he said you know he he's going to be a school shooter how much of this falls on the broward county sheriff everything good paul gauguin one monthly shows that gives them a gun in a bad um and land it's up to them and he looser vows himself takes responsibility way the responsibilities with him a starts with him if peace he's the one saintly thieving these people a gun and.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

The Steve Deace Show

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on The Steve Deace Show

"Boy scouts i love that one july did you see that one yeah yeah i like that one i loved number two or my number one it was the rocket mortgage commercial i absolutely love that one the crocodile dung die down marshall was number two on my list um i love those are my top three and there are actually that is a movie that's actually coming out so the brilliance of that is they brought it out like it's a movie then made it out like it's not a movie but it really is a movie hit areas a move they are really doing it yes widowed groups that guy yes danny mcbride is crocodile dundee anna seeing the the rest of the caster australian hugh jackman plays the prime minister of australia in the film ono yell at this what this does all dart at uh out no no no see this now this new revelation this is just another tied commercial no this is a real movie this is a real movie his the original krakatau than i don't while he in the tree in the original trailers paul hogan has not been in it he was in this commercial though with as you say those are two the most underrated agree more time agreed lov paul gauguin again sunday those those were when we were in our nerd or early to mid teens those movies beaver of force eligibility that's not a knife this is an ally frights but the hook is dany mcbride is just an american tourist.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

1070 The Fan

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on 1070 The Fan

"To lead the pelicans past the thunder one four fourteen to one hundred he needed thirty two points to break the franchise record for career points scored and shattered making seventeen of thirty four from the noor including ten board spoke post game on fox sports new orleans congratulations eyes you turn this one around in the second half after rather slow start in the begin the game retarded gutter correlate reform warner all her color in a quarterpoint in denver elder through full reward clearwater ricky rauner no coded risky rauner can more nebraska bulky carter everything harden paul gauguin event like i did have a readers walk at that only god can orders one and so all we needed com every growth could get back on a winner thought after we lost with the markets but now feel good at it therefore fresher than her thing like this so many people said one demarcus my down are the pelicans are john does this win send a message about the mentality ends up to this team wilbur ross it has brought the gaza locker room ground and all we got rid of some gaza tomorrow salvador brought his work since the nba and we just want to come out and just pray together plow multiple are mesic tonight with half points snow half aren't and then we were doing a slow launch off we go out there and to play the game of basketball have faunder with regard to do good things happen in cardiff will read it may be your answer this question let the pelicans finally wanna thirdquarter something you've been struggling with what was the difference tonight what enables you to do that is who will on a jumper and other star goalshooter romulo earlier seen a ball go to the rim dan uh we start moving out to jump southward down under the third quarter we ran oslo harder other igf two dawson just auditor gortat costs are now so but.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Goebel your wildfires continue jack callahan fox news seventeen separate fires burning in northern california and now seventeen people known dead scores of others still missing here's officials in cinema county say of two hundred and forty reported missing nearly sixty people were located as of tuesday afternoon communications been rough because of downed power lines and cell phone towers paul gauguin has three properties in cinema county all were evacuated he knows two of them are okay when we got the work evacuate like they were really really windy tree or blowing over gobert pre all over the power line and then you've got prior fish those are still investigating how these many fires got started that cal fire is chief says it does not appear there was lightning that night with jessica rosenthal high winds and low humidity or forecast for wednesday which could go as the fires to spread further president trump promising help to california we will be there for you in this time of terrible tragedy and need the president says he's already spoken with governor jerry brown about federal disaster assistance former president barack obama and his wife michelle say they are disgusted by revelations of sexual abuse being level of hollywood producer harvey weinstein even as the list of actresses claiming they were victims of harassment grows gwyneth paltrow and angelina jolie have joined a growing chorus of voices that have come out with allegations of sexual harassment by harvey weinstein many others including kate winslet lena dunham again glenn close acknowledging they heard the rumors danny deranged of dherinia pr says this is the tip of the iceberg i think you're going to see more women talk about and more women who but who advocated the captured by other p actresses asia are gento rosanna arquette and mira sorvino have also come forward with similar statements fox's michelle pollino there'll be no usa chance of next year's world cup soccer tournament nodded states eliminated for the first time since 1980 six fox news ferre delo.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:24 min | 4 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on KOMO

"You read you you do see retirement won't deferred com and then you and social security deadly crazy portrayed you well okay let's floyd have their for one moment deferred cop you don't have to do not touch that to your seventy and a half there's one part how old are you yeah i'm shift he three now to retire at sixty two okay well i mean that money can ride into your seventy and a half you don't wanna take out so there's one way to reduce your taxes paul gauguin a second question is what is europe you're at least your estimated a cost of living when you get to retirement only nothing rush who cannot have my house paid for while they builder paid for i mean i can enable then you need a new two hundred unloved yeah you need to do some modeling around wenda take social security and when to take the pension from the state of washington in other words you can way they have to take a pension at sixty care they want me to augur but social secure thirty could wait until seventy i'm sorry you can add on so union wait until seventy on social security and if you can live on the four thousand dollars a month you don't have to judge the tax deferred or the social security oh yeah so there's two parts of that that won't be taxed for some time into the future so that'd be one that that'd be the only way i would know to to reduce your taxes and simply be sorted game when you're going to start taking those various distributions if you will okay okay but if you start there you can also of course not put money into attacks deferred instrument and the protests point four ordered aside in a taxable accountant yeah but i would think from what you said you should get it in the taxi third and let it grow tax free or tax defer jake the pension at 62 weighed on social security an anything out of the deferred cop until much later was what i would do who read shooting retaking interferred combat later i a action to that older well no not less taxes but do you don't have to pay any tax on that until you actually withdrawal the money from the account so you.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:26 min | 4 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"That it brought in an new era of the republican politicians who were uh posed to taxes in all levels under all circumstances they just all but one of them voted against the gas tax increase recently and the and in contributed to the political polarization of of california now that said they were dealing with the real issue at the time property taxes had gotten out of hand in california and nobody seemed to be doing anything about it and it was the legislature's failure to do something about it and the governor at the time jerry brown to do something about that evident problem that gave rise to jarvis and putting proposition thirteen on about so not only do actions have consequences but in actions have consequences and of jerry brown wants to look for somebody to blame for proposition 13 he can the trapped in the mirror because he was part i love it at the time they didn't they failed and what could argue that many two propositions that follow the went on the valid had to do with the success successor 13 in the inaction of the legislator absolutely a it's spawned a explosion of ballot measures suddenly people became more willing to bypass the legislature and go to the ballot two per pursuetheir their causes the cars as the as the legislature became a more polarized and less effective in the 1980s and in the 1990s then you saw the reaction to that in action and that was the explosion of ballot measures so that ballot measures became the primary way we make public policy in california rather than the legislative process so yes i would agree entirely that you could easily say that of everyone all the names you mention and in some over the last half century or more howard jars and paul gauguin had more to do with changing california's politics than anybody else and he here's another caller jim joins us jim welcome you're on firm however on my comment about com if you don't care um i think that a lot with political will and of course the problem that your crappy political campaign appointed by special enter have allied money pretty corner but nor in europe here acoustical will hear every country there has national hunker cropper and what your novotna control how caught more efficiently.

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"paul gauguin" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:27 min | 4 years ago

"paul gauguin" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The bout so not only do actions have consequences but in actions have consequences and of jerry brown wants to look for somebody to blame for proposition thirteen he can attract in the mirror because he was part part i love it at the time they didn't they failed and what could argue that many two propositions it follow the went on the valid had to do with his success a thirteen in the inaction of the legislature i absolutely a it spawned a explosion of ballot measures suddenly people became more willing to bypass a legislature and go to the ballot to pursue sued their causes because as the as the legislature became a more polarized and less effective in the 1980s and in the nineteennineties then you saw the reaction to that in action and that was the explosion of ballot measures so that ballot measures became the primary way we make public policy in california rather than the legislative process so yes i would agree entirely that you could easily say that of every one all the names you mention and in some over the last half century or more howard jars and paul gauguin had more to do with changing california's politics than anybody else and here here's another caller jim joins us jim welcome you're on firm however on my comment about com if you don't care um i think there a lot with political will adequate the problem that your crappy political campaign appointed by special enter or have allied money tricky chronic britain more in europe here the or will hit every country their national how current cooperation with your noble traffic control how caught more efficiently and while the united kingdom enormous not they set gross national product on healthcare in europe the prerogative much lower and everyone cropper widen crooked selling possible in united i knew i could we can blame the supreme court for united backlog at river we revert back norway an app so i don't hear comment the real absolutely i'm not realistic i can only rarely call turn of it provide if you can get critical will give with i'll cake heart attack hunger thank you for the question dan walters warsaw a matter political wilson matter popular will him the.

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