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"paul matt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:36 min | 5 months ago

"paul matt" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"River turned tragic. Three people are dead and to remain missing after a group of people on inflatable tubes went over a dam on the Dan River, just below the Virginia border for others were rescued. Lieutenant Kevin centered is with the Rockingham Sheriff's Department. Tubing down the river as a regular activity here, But people are discouraged from going there the damn just because it is a dangerous area. Lieutenant Suddards says. All nine involved are from the same family. Israel launched air strikes on the Gaza Strip for a second time since the shaky ceasefire ended. Last month's 11 Day war strikes came after activists mobilized by Gaza's Hamas launched incendiary balloons into Israel for a third straight day live from the Bloomberg Interactive Brokers Studios. This is global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quick tank. Powered by more than 2700, journalist and analyst, more than 120 countries. Michael Bar, This is Bloomberg. Paul, Matt. Michael Barr, Thank you so much. We appreciate it, Boy. It seems like the hurricane season. Matt hearing that us is just almost a year round event here. You don't have those issues in Europe. Do you know Absolutely not. We don't have that. But we have our own. Issues to deal with here. One of those issues is the heat. Obviously, the U. S. Isn't you know the U. S has that problem as well, But it seems like now a yearly event that we have this incredible heat. That's It can be really dangerous. Consider a lot of Europeans. Most Europeans do not have air conditioning. That's what I was just about to ask. How is the air conditioning cause I remember when I worked over the U. K. It wasn't that prevalent, but I know it's getting Better and better looking at the tape here of the futures read.

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"paul matt" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

Bollywood is For Lovers

02:19 min | 6 months ago

"paul matt" Discussed on Bollywood is For Lovers

"Sounds good stuff. criterion particular ones. We liked both of these films would encourage people to to seek out if you have the criterion channel to watch some of these. If you haven't seen him already yeah or again like rewatch watch them. You know the these are beautiful restorations. This phone with great. Yeah did this one looks a lot better. Yeah all right so with that. We are done this episode. We did it. We will be back in a week. We should have a new episode and a week. hopefully what's it gonna be mad so we were actually contacted by the people who made the tv show. We liked so much okay computer so we're hopefully going to be able to do a deep dive with them onto sort of the influences and arguments that show is making and kind of its its place in the sci-fi landscape so i'm looking forward to that side should be out in a week in the meantime matt. How can people keep up with the show at bollywood pod Facebook dot com slash bollywood. His lovers. tumbler dot com slash politics. Forever's yeah i think some and look it up on tumbler. you find it Leave us a review star. Rating would be nice apple podcasts. Okay so right now apple podcasts kind of screwed up and might take a while for this episode to appear there. They did some upgrade of their system. And now it's like chaos in apple so if you want to relieve review somewhere else just let us know but yeah and you can't count on apple right now and you can't really count on them ever. It's bad company. While you're leaving that review you can subscribe to my other shows that it with paul matt with check called trash in the movies. We just put it on an episode on mystic pizza and mystic river of club. Don't they sell much in common. So some three childhood friends who killed my daughter that that written yup keep it for twenty..

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"paul matt" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"paul matt" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"With cold. Empty is that showed nothing but contempt for pitiful man before him. How could only stat blankly at his face saying nothing with the start. He briskly signal demand restraining may to bring me to another spot. It was that i saw what had become of mike. Comrie william the indian tracker them despite his best efforts to flee desperate predicament. He had not evaded capture. Having come as ours did perhaps he was faded to be among us to the end of the journey state was horrific beyond words. But i shall do my action crucifix elevated above the ground fully illuminated by the fight is had like the other was completely shaved of his long flowing. Black hair with numerous fresh lacerations made into the side of his skull. Some of which still trickle blood. His eyes were wide open with a haunted look at trembling. Jaw showed a man utterly across the front of his talso. Will even logic cuts lacerations some of which was stitched closed with two main slashes in the shape of an x running from shoulder to hip and his limbs good god his liam they'd been completely flayed. And in that place were a patchwork of animal skins sewn into his flash. They held up my face to regard these horrific side with several minutes talking on the skin of my forehead to keep my eyes open but then lowered the cross with a violent drop. William let out a brief blood. Curdling shriek was oddly ignored by captives. Still on cross. He was dragged away into the forest. Out of my sites to god knows where this point the bravado with which i pursued these men was completely gone as they drag william away i went into a pitiful wail my nerves. Obsolete clapsed still wale. The man once again dragged me off to another spots crude enclosure made of sticks where again came face to face with a man from before it was an altar in the centre and on it. I recognize my friend. Hannigan lay completely senseless in week. He was still alive. I saw and over him stood that painted matte. Glad me balefully. In the dim light cone was shop. In a state of shop not dissimilar to mind. Men were at work trimming the half his hat sharing it off with a knife then dry scraping the scout of any snapple. Not caring if the blades last skin. They forced my attention back. Hannigan lay completely incontinent. That this man's mercy raised head alter drawing out a long thin instruments began to vigorously thrust into having against bass cow devil began to come around. Is that horrible. Fool began to route under his skin was soon making gasping cries of agony through sluggish state. I know now. The reasons for the hideous markings about the scouts of the victims. That horrible blade was pushed ever deeper into hannigan said show that it must have punctured iskoe and all the while. His cries became screams but he could do nothing. This evil surgeon used as considerable strength to restrain the paul matt. An instant scream stop. Hannigan had lulled over for me to look into his face that look of abject horror remain but his eyes while now black dotting back and forth without comprehension. I could see that this horrible sessions blade gone completely. Threw his head just behind the temples than the blade.

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"paul matt" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

04:25 min | 8 months ago

"paul matt" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"With cold. Empty is that showed nothing but contempt for pitiful man before him. How could only stat blankly at his face saying nothing with the start. He briskly signal demand restraining may to bring me to another spot. It was that i saw what had become of mike. Comrie william the indian tracker them despite his best efforts to flee desperate predicament. He had not evaded capture. Having come as ours did perhaps he was faded to be among us to the end of the journey state was horrific beyond words. But i shall do my action crucifix elevated above the ground fully illuminated by the fight is had like the other was completely shaved of his long flowing. Black hair with numerous fresh lacerations made into the side of his skull. Some of which still trickle blood. His eyes were wide open with a haunted look at trembling. Jaw showed a man utterly across the front of his talso. Will even logic cuts lacerations some of which was stitched closed with two main slashes in the shape of an x running from shoulder to hip and his limbs good god his liam they'd been completely flayed. And in that place were a patchwork of animal skins sewn into his flash. They held up my face to regard these horrific side with several minutes talking on the skin of my forehead to keep my eyes open but then lowered the cross with a violent drop. William let out a brief blood. Curdling shriek was oddly ignored by captives. Still on cross. He was dragged away into the forest. Out of my sites to god knows where this point the bravado with which i pursued these men was completely gone as they drag william away i went into a pitiful wail my nerves. Obsolete clapsed still wale. The man once again dragged me off to another spots crude enclosure made of sticks where again came face to face with a man from before it was an altar in the centre and on it. I recognize my friend. Hannigan lay completely senseless in week. He was still alive. I saw and over him stood that painted matte. Glad me balefully. In the dim light cone was shop. In a state of shop not dissimilar to mind. Men were at work trimming the half his hat sharing it off with a knife then dry scraping the scout of any snapple. Not caring if the blades last skin. They forced my attention back. Hannigan lay completely incontinent. That this man's mercy raised head alter drawing out a long thin instruments began to vigorously thrust into having against bass cow devil began to come around. Is that horrible. Fool began to route under his skin was soon making gasping cries of agony through sluggish state. I know now. The reasons for the hideous markings about the scouts of the victims. That horrible blade was pushed ever deeper into hannigan said show that it must have punctured iskoe and all the while. His cries became screams but he could do nothing. This evil surgeon used as considerable strength to restrain the paul matt. An instant scream stop. Hannigan had lulled over for me to look into his face that look of abject horror remain but his eyes while now black dotting back and forth without comprehension. I could see that this horrible sessions blade gone completely. Threw his head just behind the temples than the blade.

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"paul matt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

07:01 min | 1 year ago

"paul matt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Monday night Chargers at Saints Game Too, By the way, good game. What's the spread on that one? Anybody know, Coach Do you know I have that right now? You gotta chargers safe by 7.5 Your given Justin Herbert 7.5 now, huh? Okay. You go by Sunday Night Football. Paul, you get your Seahawks. Mother, My barber. Did you say Harland hopes or? No. Sorry. So desperate here, Okay. Ah, my Barbara. I told you my tattooed Caribbean Barbara Ken, who shows me almost the latest Netflix stuff. Hey goes Hey, He's not a big sports guy at all. You know, he's kind of like a bee. What's because maybe would be is going on in sports man. Help me out. Hook me a on then he'll see. He's got really flatters Murph Silver fox and watch some John Mulaney. You know what? You talked about the flow of the blow. I absolutely if we It would just be condescending Yobi. Hey, Bebe. Tell us about the haircut AP who's a cooler content. You know what he said to me looking B? He was a baby. I was thinking about thinking about getting on board with the Seattle Seahawks. Oh, no, no, no, no. I can't get my head round here and you make seriously you guys if I were a rolling tape at the time I write what you know what, though It shows me how Innocenti is. He's a babe in the woods to myself, You know? I mean, I really came at him through the mask. By the way, we're all masked up when we're doing the thing, and I'm like, you know, there's a horrible, Cohen said. He's like, well, because I said First of all wrong with the 40 Niners are right here. You know what I mean? I said no. I know you live in Oakland to you get on the radio. And he started backing off. You know, he said, the customer is always right. You know, his whole deal. He's like. No, No, I was just on idea is just a thought. You know? And I said to him, I said, Listen, I can't tell you who to root for buddy. I said so. You if you do it Just let it be known. I will give you copious amounts of s every time I see. Alright, Alright. I said to go ahead and do it, but just know that I'm coming at you all right, So it was kind of funny to hear it really innocent non sports fans is thinking about getting on board with the Seahawks. What do you think? So far away who they are? The whole reason I bring it up. Is that the Sunday Night game hosting the Minnesota Vikings. That son seven point favorites Polly 7.5. I think I'm gonna go with Seattle Seahawks would too. I don't try to be. Listen, I don't trust her cousins. The biggest spread of the weak guys. There's 2 13 Point spreads out there. One is the Vegas Raiders. 13 Point dogs at Kansas City. Duress we are take. Take it 13 points. You're going to be a rich man. Great underdogs in life. Rocky Balboa, Rudy and me that you believe in miracles. Yes, by the Great line in Ted Lasso is when he he gives the great speeches before the final games it back back home. We got a phrase called Do you believe in Miracles. I sure do. And they run out of the locker room, and the little British manager says to coach Beard who's a very underrated character, his his second hand. Ah, guy, The Little English guy says to coach period that do believe miracles. Is it guesses that from is that from Rhea lifer from a film? Coach here says both in just clocks on is pretty good at line is that from a film or realize if both, Yeah, good answer. Ah, Chiefs or 13 Point favorites, and the other one is the Ravens, and I wanted to ask Adam about that. Darn it. Lamar Jackson sat out practice yesterday with a knee. Which is a little alarming to the reeds. But I got Justin Herbert in the bullpen. Don'tyou Know Ravens 13 Point favorites over Joe Burrow in the Bangles. Ah, maybe go. Ah! What's that? Last one? You gave me that one more time. What's the spread? Joe Burrows getting 13 at Lamar Jackson. And Lamar's a little gimpy. You're saying Allie and I said it was minor. He's gonna play. That's an interesting game. All those circumstances make a very interesting and a 13 point spread. I'm helping you out on the triple Left there, buddy. Yeah, No, we got to do some consideration. We've got to get ready, dude, and by the way to your games might be off the board, The Patriots Broncos and the Titans Steelers might be off the board right now, because I'm not playing. You know, It's amazing how, like heavy handed the NFL is a Sfar was like, No, we're playing these games were coming were playing like they just will not. But I get it. I mean, there's reasons you can't not a baseball so you don't have games to spare. But at the same time, I mean, man, it's going to be interesting. We will see you. I see Paul Matt go into a Carolina Atlanta game this weekend. Most likely not. Yeah, no, not although every now and again, Dude, I'll saddle up around Ryan, where we don't know. You like to go down to the star, buddy. You do You like your like your lander? You like your star back? Well, you know, I don't think you're going to see me doing that again. I made a terrible error, less grave error in judgment that involved the Dallas Cowboys, and I should know about it. There's preschool Dad, Peter's limp and flaccid New York Giants getting 9.5 at Dallas beyond Flash said, I'm gonna go ahead and say once again, another Seinfeld reference today. I'm going to say the Giants. It's more like shrinkage with them like a frightened turtle there, just as George said, like a frightened turtle. Here's well, Moriah. The Browns are getting 1.5 at home, and there's putting up points. Now they just beat Dallas his ass and it's fair play into Forest Buckner in the courts and wait a minute. What gives? Is there at home, Cleveland at home, getting 1.5. Over the Colts. You're getting points at home with O. B. J and bay where and God knows this job now. No, Nick's job. So the money you got cream that speaks to that cult defense, though it's becoming a story that called just trying to get Polly ready for the forecast. I appreciated. How about your Washington football team with Kyle Allen at quarterback? Not Dwayne Haskins. Getting 7.5 at home against the ram not going anywhere near it, and I don't want any part of that legacy. Alex Smith is the backup now. Alex Smith is Number two. It's about I didn't read enough upon this salt's task on the air here. Did anybody was there any mention that they considered Alex to start? I didn't see that very renaming Kyle Allen, and that he would be the back. He would serve as the backup this week. By the way, Coach I don't want to, like I would never show my hand the day before a fabulous, fearless, fantastic Friday football forecast, But I got to say that Chargers game that's the choice. I don't know that that that might be one year tomorrow on the forecast you like the baby blue like the powder blue. I like to look at what they're doing Weekend with first of all this kid. This kid rolls out here. He almost starting this Sunday. Do we know any better? Because Murph in the past, you know, Murph with the rules, sometimes no shirt shorts at work. And why you wearing a giant yet? You're not allowed to, like home runs. You don't like How wise How dare you Go ahead. Don't stop there. Start talking about licking up there. Murph. Hating the doesn't like, pick it up, right? And I know where you're going with this. I know where you're going with this and I stand. I don't go by when you should. But Holly and I get to riff a little bit Go whenever you are calling. This is happened when you were off, and it's happened when you were here where I've done it where Merced doesn't like When somebody picks a Monday through Friday is true. I don't care that doesn't matter to me. You know, I go with the winds are I don't care for winners on Tuesday Sunday, probably wins on any day,.

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National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

Podcast Gumbo

03:29 min | 1 year ago

National New Hampshire Day with Matt and Emilio Barnard

"So each week, one of my podcast friends challenged me to find an episode related to one of those days and I'll be releasing it on the actual date occurs. So let's get to it. What is today's National Day? Hey Paul Matt. NFL. Bernard here we just got back from an awesome week into Hampshire Estate Near and dear to our hearts I'll there and my grandparents still live there. But neither of US are New Hampshire natives we have questions where in the PODCAST universe can we turn to learn more about the Grad State? Well Matin Amelio you've come to the right place but before I give a recommendation I'm going to give a little back story to everyone. When I started this podcast I decide that my guess would be podcasters not just people in the podcast. Matinee have been running mates since very early on going to last two podcasts movements together. But. He didn't have a podcast. So I never asked him to be a guest. Did Matt Start as podcasts just to be a guest on my show, the answer would be revealed later but let's talk about living free or dying I or at least pumpkins. Today. September seventh is national. New Hampshire. Day. I think a great place to start finding podcasts about New Hampshire is the outside in podcast which is made by new. Hampshire public. Radio. Now. It's not exclusively about things from New Hampshire but there are obviously New Hampshire base stories like this one. This episode talks about the Guinness Book of Records Event Were Keen New Hampshire holds a US record for most Jack Lantern in one place at one time. The town held an annual festival and everyone loved it. But as it got bigger and bigger so did the problems I mean if you've got over four thousand pumpkins around that can't be safe right? quaint was no longer the operative word. To find out what happened give it a listen, and let me know what you think by using the National New Hampshire Day Hashtag. Today's guests floral are Matin Amelia Barnard. As I mentioned Matt never had a podcast but due to the pandemic he decide to have some fun with his son with their free extra time and the Barnard's on the NBA podcast was born. In each episode Matinee, choose to colleges with well-known basketball programs and compare their famous alumni to see which school would come out on top. Many years ago I was a big college basketball fan and I still go to the big east championship every year when a pandemic isn't raging I also went to two final four tournaments many years ago. One. was in Atlanta and the other was in New Orleans, of course. So listening to this podcast gives some great of those times. For the episode I'm recommending it's the mismatch between Ucla and Oregon State. Since nothing is free in this world, I'm going to request that Matt and Amelia do an episode pitting Villanova and ruckers against each other. Short seems a little one-sided, but don't sleep on Rucker's there who history has some highlights amidst a lot of lowlights. For. Last recommendation, Matin Amelia recommend the Hollinger and Dunkin NBA show is debating the NBA's best they say and I quote.

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"paul matt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Students and one person is in custody no word on the extent of any injuries we will keep you posted five Capitol Hill to top Senate Democrats are calling on president trump to immediately to classify the administration's reasoning for the deadly strike that killed rainy in general because some stolen money Iran has vowed to retaliate Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer and foreign relations committee chairman senator Robert Mendez say quote there's no legitimate justification on quote for keeping the information from the public they are the White House is classified notification sent to Congress Saturday under the war powers act was insufficient attack in Kenya on a key military base used by U. S. counter terror forces three American DOD personnel were killed when al Shabab extremists overran the installation CBS's Elaine Korry Honnold tells us the attack was on the mend a bear feel shared by U. S. and Kenyan forces smoke rose from an air strip and the fighting continued for hours officials say US and Kenyan troops repel the assault and killed the five attackers was the al Qaeda linked groups first Jack against US forces in that East African country well get ready for a wild offseason around Foxboro the future of Tom Brady has the attention of New England and the rest of the country for the that matter Willie stay or Willie go Carl Stevens addresses that's enough Paul Matt bottom did fire newscaster Adam Kaufman has sports in ten minutes some of the biggest names in TV and film gathered last night in Beverly hills for the golden globe awards correspondence D. foreman was that it was a big night for a pair of films the top golden globe best dramatic film one two a graphic World War one drama team nineteen seventeen won the award for Best Director as well it was also a big night for he won Best Musical or comedy film Quentin Tarantino one for his screenplay Brad Pitt's one for his performance other acting winners included Joaquin Phoenix Renee.

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"paul matt" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

08:52 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"This is definitely a cut above the average celebrity memoir. It's very introspective. It tells you a lot of what you would want to know about the making of a movie like this but she writes really really well about what her problems as a human being in person were at the time of this movie unlike literally fell into a relationship with Burt Reynolds within seconds of meeting him and she had like a live in boyfriend or even husband and several children in Los Angeles and it was not a relationship of equals and he was extremely controlling and not very interested in her career and in her thoughts and ambitions ends but there was this chemistry that kind of brought them together which I think he can see in the movie sure and you know it's funny you should say that he wasn't interested in her career because this was something of a big break for her yeah and apart that her agents did not want her to take and actually in the studio did not want to cast her in. He lobbied her a lot of this movie. This movie would not exist without burt reynolds not only because he's The star how need him sold it on the strength of Burt Reynolds starring think he'd originally conceived like you said of Jerry Reed being burt. ps his roommate how need need them lived in Bill. yes burt. Reynolds Pool House into they were friends but he sold it on that and then Bert are Wente bad because he really wanted sally field for this role she's like why do you want me for this and he said something like you. Were great and gidget like is like birt's references still went back to the late fifties and sixties what the people are like you really think the flying nine can be sexy and he's like that none very sexy or something like that well. Here's a brief scene where they meet cute because the bandit on his beer run one of the obstacles he faces in the road is a just married car pulled over to the side of the road with runaway bride ride standing who he picks up. Where are we going now. I don't tell me let me guess we are bride. In search of a wedding. Now there is a winning in search of a bride. Let me just think of as a wedding posse in search of cry. You understand that what are you doing. These are my shoes and these are my legs. What are you GonNa do with them when they shoes last time. I saw legs like that that missy stockton he mean he's a great lakes the professional jason you shouldn't be dressed in what dancer Carl Moore's Moore's law. Do we really want to talk about legs. I started doing now. I getting my clothes you. They wanted to slip into something so you know meet cute and he starts right in on insulting looks. That's called nagging right yeah. He's a pickup artist. Sally actually writes pretty interestingly about birth psychology. He was such a iconic figure at the time of the making of this movie and he was the male sex symbol of his time his famous penthouse spread. I guess cosmopolitan right. The two are often confused and you know he's much. She's Mo- he was the male the mustache then all this stuff but she gets into his past and I think his father was Florida state trooper or a police captain and was extremely demanding and not forthcoming with praise or acceptance and while he was a jock and strived very hard to be the the image of the man that his father felt a man should be an excelled at sports play football. Let's not forget regardless of your persona onscreen. If you pursue a career earlier in the performing arts your artist here person and that's at odds with that since she said he became so famous and I thought it was really pointing how she phrased it. He became so famous so quick quick that he defaulted to oppose of not carrying a making it and not having emotions and not expressing real emotions because that was at odds with his image and she said that's like kind of fundamental thing that can happen to actors or people who become famous where you kind of stop being real jaen moments offscreen and forget how to do it or become so good at faking it that that's just how you live your whole life sounds reasonable because he's got charm to burn and yet at the same time I like. I have to admit I'm not a Burt Reynolds Guy. Maybe I'm reacting to the glibness feels like a distance that that I don't I don't respond to that was reading a bit of his. I knew he'd been this point. He's forty something. He had already been big star but he had a pretty long. You know it's one of those things twenty year overnight success he had had a lot of television pilots islets that didn't go or short lived series. He walked out on a big show that he was on for awhile because he thought he was going to be a big star you know and he went back and forth so they were always striving and as restoration. I think part of the reason he walked out on that show was they were treating him just like a big hunk of meat and he wanted a little bit more and then ironically of course once he finally was is taken seriously he had been burned so often distance. I know what you mean about him. He's fun to watch different movies but there is a detachment and then there's a cheesiness which came into later burt and the dinner theater and the to pay the it kind of ossified into cockiness and a presumption of something something that wasn't really there anymore and then he had he could have had a very late career turn towards beloved and embracing of Birkt but even in those moments most famously and Boogie nights he shot himself in the foot by not knowing what he had been in and famously firing his manager singer for putting him in his greatest role certainly his greatest mid to late career role was boogie nights and to not get how good that was at the time. Did you read read how much he disliked Paul. Thomas Anderson like that was the impression I got from reading about it. Was He felt. Here's this kid note. He's bird had directed some on his own so you know he he had his own opinions but it felt like an ego thing that's burt was saying that eating with God that even at that point for all his ups and downs enviable careers you being a victory victory life. Yeah allow that arrogance. Tom Sanders says no slouch like dude was going to deliver for you and make you look amazing in that movie which he did so that's the thing. I think you hit the nail on the head. It's always it's fragile ego. Which of course that's the gas. You put in the engine too often for an actor. I wouldn't say I'm a burt guy but he's got something that if one the older movies is on I'll tend to watch it because of the charm and the persona. I don't have much time for the ones where he's not even trying. You made a reference in last week's episode to watching match game in the latchkey. TV segment and I was like Burt Reynolds Dom deluise. I was like oh I just found it exhausting already just from the description in the TV guide yeah so yes the movie itself itself is just a very pleasing romp through this weird moment of CB culture and it was a big thing for making a little bit of a list of of the amount of stuff that was going on between the Year of nineteen seventy seven or take but between Dukes of hazzard there was the TV series BJ in the bear probably grew just out of this Clint Eastwood Eastwood did his every way but loose and any which way you can which again with starring a really wonderful breaker breaker there. Was this moment and you know it's funny. I don't even think it is southern so much. It's driving and people who like cars and motorcycles and trucks like he doesn't really have much of A. Twang in this he does wear a cowboy way out but he's Floridian by Nature Yeah Jonathan Demme directed a CB movie. Did you notice that no citizens band also from nine hundred seventy seven which stars Paul Matt and Bruce McGill movie releases the stories of several characters in a small town united by their use of CB Radio Paul Matt is the local CB coordinator who has time for little else in life his father Roberts blossom is a sour old man who has nice on the Radio Charles Napier's trucker hospitalized after an accident with hilarious consequences quences eleven already and then of course what encapsulated it all and maybe even kicked off. You have this pop confection. Cw McCall's convoy voy always definitely buddy sakes alive looks like we've got a second take a taller Paul Williams.

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"paul matt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

12:46 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Gallagher Paul Matt rep Gallagher on Twitter congressman do you speak any foreign languages. I speak Arabic speak Arabic now if you were on a board of a country a company that had a foreign language that was outside of Arabic do you think you'd be worth fifty thousand dollars a month if you didn't speak the language of the country in which the company operated. I do not have to worry fifty thousand dollars a month but is that what incidentally what Baker Mayfield getting paid intersection or. map on that your your actually be getting paid a lot more per interception a lot more and and wealth will switch that around we're not worried we help the rant the Superbowl ran the the ram during the Superbowl because the Packers Wharton last year the Packer they make it to the ramp principle on the brown tell them the twenty points and have the ball at the five with four down to go on Monday night I don't I know you don't know much about football but that's pretty good for a team that was in sixteen two years ago we'll be fine it's pretty pretty good to fail to capitalize on four opportunities or from inside and out. I woke up. I will be happy about thank you closely because she's distracting from how terrible the grounds are right I am I am very happy with the fact that the brewers I have got seventy losses in the nationals at sixty nine if the birth to continue to lose that means the nationals why have the home field advantage that when the Indians at they play the national for the final three games and that's will go in the tank so I need your brewer to keep up what they do best which is lose. did you go away here thought I lost you there for a second but I was stunned by that were yeah. well I don't know you that but I was down by you were stuck like a parent I said I hope I need the birth to continue to do what they do best which is lose so that the nationals won't do their starters against the Indians and the end of the season Hey let me get to the important stuff Nancy Pelosi announced nothing after that she had a press conference and she announced nothing as far as I can translate it nothing changed in my right Mike Gallagher. how to present the proper procedure would be to vote to authorize an official inquiry which Republicans did in nineteen ninety eight relative to Bill Clinton the clothes he had not done that and I hear she doesn't intend to so the inquiry start in the worst and least transparent way possible instead this afternoon we are going to be voting on a resolution to prematurely released August twelfth with the blower complaint even though we are already getting the report by the end of the week house Democrats in my opinion having already voted out of peach meant twice before the mall a report which even done are trying to force a vote on a resolution that if the purely on unverified planes of wrongdoing on part of the administration the resolution in quotes Washington post article we simply don't know anything about the rap the the with the bush clan the president has that he's going to release the transcripts of the call and the eyes your report on the with the blocks I finally do not understand what this vote this afternoon at the back out into your original point you wound that I have heard nothing yes they're going to do a formal vote on it impeachment inquiry and that's what you because I don't think she wants to put her vulnerable members make remarks from district in that position right now yeah and so at the end after you vote for this what changes that was different from what was going on yesterday. but nothing other than the speaker and has directed the committee chairs include Maxine waters and Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff. to compile all of their complaint against the trump administration into one big document that presumably would form articles of impeachment and then we sat for directly to that part of the process but let let's perhaps we'll talk about this and let's let's say you have a listener who is just doesn't know what's going on right doesn't know trump did something wrong or doesn't really know the problem is if you start off on this Sir process Salpointe. you're going to completely destroy what little credibility you have right now many peach meant to my knowledge is only been used three times in our country's history you're talking about overturning the results of an election we have a little over a year before another election so you're talking about overturning the will of the American people the Max that you have to be willing to do it in the most open honest and transparent way possible and I fear they are starting off from a completely non transparent and modeled process and that is not going to write down to put a few benefits no not if they wouldn't do the regular order of impeachment and we've done this two times in recent memory we did this with Bill Clinton did this was Richard Nixon what what regular order for impeachment imply. once we do it would start having never been through it myself I think it when having and not serving on a committee jurisdiction I think it starts with that vote to authorize an official inquiry and presumably the rules of the house if hello see the power to you know investigative subpoena the administration of perhaps the cobbled together in some sort of impeachment process that has to start with that that vote off road in Corey but you do have house rules in nineteen seventy five did a grand committees the power you know with the material and Mister Ellis and meet anytime within the United States in other words they can claim the investigation has already begun but then the second step would be the judiciary process doing robust investigation hearing and marking up the articles of impeachment after they conducted their hearing an investigation I think later said yesterday that you need are you ready to go you feel like they have enough where they can they can get quite that committee markup and then after the committee markup it passed out of committee we would then consider articles of impeachment on the house floor reported out of the Judiciary Committee and those would be privileged for immediate consideration on the house floor and passage would be by a simple majority vote so in other words a simple majority vote after being reported out of the Judiciary Committee would that be committed in the Senate and you're gonna have my my friend and colleague James Lankford ought to discuss what happened in the Senate but in order for a conviction you need a two thirds vote from the Senate to remove the president from office which is highly highly unlikely not now Mike if there is a select committee thanks of those a select committee to consider impeachment would you like to be a member of that. I'd love to be a member of it I'm not a lawyer but I think that day but the benefit and I try to approach you think from a common sense perspective and I think you have given my background in. quality perhaps that it had a unique perspective but that would be for the minority leader to decide on what a lot of Gary R. smart and capable colleague on the district committee in the oversight committee archer walked out well not now but it's up to the Majority Leader right that's what I want to get to it's completely his call correct yes and so how many members would be on it do you have any idea I haven't actually don't know the answer that question you know presumably the Majority Leader and the speaker would negotiate on the make up of the special committee that would roughly reflect the balance of the broader house so you know you can imagine you know a a yeah well it's a ten Democrats say Republicans is something like that I just don't know if there's anything specified in house rules right now that would dictate the make up the committee prior to that to get you know now my calendar at what you were you born. I was born in nineteen eighty four so you were born twenty years after the Cleveland Browns have the greatest running back in Cleveland Browns history the the the great Jimmy brown and you're probably too young to remember the Clinton impeachment right you would remember any of that stuff but you definitely don't remember Iran contra because in Iran contra the Democrats held the committee under Ronald Reagan you you were born you were alive born in nineteen eighty four twenty years after Jimmy brown when the survey that the NFL championship there was no Superbowl is back when is a real league with very few teams we beat the pack in a week we paid everyone Jimmy brown rants sixty four in the second term of Reagan there was an Iran contra select committee and Dick Cheney was the ranking minority member any had one lawyer Dick Leon who went on to become United States District Court for the district Columbia and he he actually ran the committee with Dick Cheney with an iron hand no showboating allowed members got Baskin occasional question but with Cheney and Leon ran that committee it's the way to do a committee do you think your colleagues would forego show boating on a select committee for the good of the country. well it is hard for me to to tell you that I I think members of Congress would forego showboating. you're on our side there has been more restraint I I think there has been a willingness to treat this appropriately and certainly I just try to approach this from a yeah let let's let the facts speak for themselves perspective it's very hard however he used to determine what's true and what isn't in the current media environment and particularly after three years and I think my friends on the left have to understand that for three years we were fed in particular persistent narrative about Russia collision that turned out not to be paid intact and there are lingering questions about the source of all those claims and the source of the five investigation I think that is diminished the media's credibility extensively and also raise serious questions about the intelligence community that still need to be answered and so I I I I do think everyone has a duty on the left and the right to approach this in a very sober fashion because we're talking about something incredibly incredibly extreme right now and something that quite frankly Hugh is very unpopular with the American people the other historical analog I would suggest you the way in which Congress handled the return of Douglas McArthur in the fifties after years five by Truman which was explosive incredibly explosive and really set the country on fire we had a lot of sober members of the Senate and the house that approach that integrate diligent business like fashion and make sure to descend into all out civil war in this country and so there are historical precedents we can drop on the conduct ourselves with integrity and with honesty and not allow this thing to get out of control now in terms of of predicates I've always said about this that the first thing you need to do is find out who under by near the money was doing on the Ukraine gas company board and what were they paying fifty thousand dollars a month over five years for that's like six million dollars Mike Gallagher number two what did Joe Biden known what to be. and when did he know what what did he do then what did president trump say to the Ukraine president the whistle blower didn't really catch here say so just nonsense but if they want to release that that's fine too do you have any idea how Joe Biden son hunter Biden could qualify for fifty thousand dollars a month. well it's an example foreign influence peddling that I think is out of control in this one many has absolutely no expertise in the energy sector so the only reason is that apple device president there's even more alarming questions about his work in China he reportedly went with his father an Air Force to for trip that resulted in a Beijing link companies making a one point five billion dollar deal with hunters investment. that is the swap at its worst that's political. that for me reportedly he went with his father an Air Force two for trip to China that resulted in Chinese companies making a one point five billion dollar deal with hunters investment firm yeah I I I to my knowledge of the nominee China expertise either more to come on that well let's let will keep talking about this and will keep talking about the birds going in the tank congressman Gallagher sorry about your birds lose them but they they continue to do so Hey America gonna remind you that relieve factor dot com it's that time of the.

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"paul matt" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:49 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"He would apply hi what we were trying to get across because he knew I was coming from a genuine place indefinitely had his back and it had been through the war so I think he respected where I was coming from <hes> so he he was more receptive to listening to me but like I said that's why I think it was great when he got to go to golden to stay because he was around a bunch of guys that did did things the right way in in he needed to learn from example how to do things the right way so you you've seen Alan Iverson in a locker room you seen demarcus cousins Kobe Bryant Chris Paul Matt Damon Right Draymond Green so some there is a fine line. I don't even know how to define it. Between Passion and you know kind of Bat bleep crazy <hes> would you would you put demarcus in the the crazy cat where <hes> oh boy. He's he's got a splash of it. Maybe a couple of splashes of it <hes> but I think that passionate fire has what has made him the type of player he is uh-huh who's the rain in demarcus cousins guy when he starts cursing out Frank Vogel and Lebron Anthony. Davis are looking wide eyed what is going on here. Is that GONNA be Jared Dudley Good Luck. I might give them a call. You're not just give them. A com- dumpling might just give them a call but I like I said I don't know I haven't got a chance to play with. You know he's older now what thirty one but people are missing out on this. He was in line for a big huge. We used deal generation multi generational wealth situation to do the minimum minimum. I I mean I'm sorry guys. I don't think demarcus cousins is going to be cool in a twenty minute role with the Lakers. No He's not an now you got jail. Anthony Davis and demarcus morrow thing is if the market has a full summer to get healthy. You know this is going to be your to post Achilles <hes>. He's really gonNA help that team but you could tell last year I think the the the fact that he was playing Golden State. He just wanted to get back so he can get back out there. <hes> was ready. Who knows you know he came in and he would? He tore his quad or had a small tear in his squad so it was just it was a tough season. I know how bad is a competitor. He just wanted to be out author but I think with a full season now to get excuse me a full summer to get healthy. He's in L._A.. <hes> like I said if he can get back to what he was or eighty five percent of what he was. He's going to be a huge pickup for that so he turns twenty nine in a month so he's still young. I love he's got time but the question is is he going and there's no way to answer. How's HE GONNA fit like okay down the stretch final five minutes? You want your crunch time lineup. I'm going Anthony Davis at the five Lebron at the four and three shooters right maybe coups Ma Danny Green Avery Bradley Casey P whatever you want to mix it up but see he can shoot too so we saw in the pick and roll the raptors because he's coming off doc enterprise. I know to me like you've got to be healthy. He's got to be healthy. You know in some for some of his side. That's why it's so key. He's a he's a big you know but he has guard skill so I like I said a summer of getting healthy <hes> he should be that their starting five <hes> in the starting five like I said he saw he's a heathen mismatch nightmare <hes> so you think the Lakers could play you know final five minutes of a game which value again let me let me get the N._B._A.. Player who's The I'm. I'm like you I to me who starts doesn't matter about who fail you if you're if you understand basketball. It's never about who starts it's about who finished his game as I always wanted to be on the court that's when I was on the court you know barring injury and Golden State my finally retire crunch time I'm down. The stretch is when you know you know that these are who are dogs.

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"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. We're back. Yeah. Let's continue. With more calls. Ray is in Fort Wayne. Indiana here Ray. Good afternoon. How you doing Paul? We are doing great. Thank you. What did you think of the way vandy come back and beat the bullies quite impressive? It really was. Did you do messiah ever take a bed up with, you know Harbaugh probably wisely? Duck the debt. Otherwise, we would be poking fun at him today. But quite frankly, my interest in talking about Harbaugh. Is small. Yeah. You know one Howard. He he was bragging about after the first game not hard. Ball had his son hit a PG ball off to his camera. All that hot dog and by Harbaugh. Oh, yeah. The same result. Listen doesn't matter may route all about Vanderbilt. It's not about the other guys. Right. You know what they haven't won a national championship with baseball for fifty seven years. It's been thirty years in basketball, twenty two years coal championship, but you gotta go back in nineteen forty eight what are those arrogant pipe people bragging about down there. I guess a curriculum. That's what I thought too. Good to hear from you. Thank you very, very much. Mad is up next mad. Good afternoon. Yes. Name the runner awfully talk to you guys about texting football upcoming see them, Paul. Okay. That's good to hear. Paul. I gotta find this, you run and go ten and two this year phone, okay? Have you can why say that? She says, you look at some that seems on a schedule the Mississippi Stacey omen stuff Carolina's York, and so we have a good shot at being them this year. You've probably right. Win lose the Clinton this year. We're gonna lose to Georgia. Right. That is so we're going to beat Alabama this year as well. Paul. Matt, matt. You said they're gonna go ten and two and they play Alabama Clemson and Georgia. So they've got to be one of the three..

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"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"That's a little older. So they didn't come to my mind, but that's a great one. I'd say now along with Steve Spurrier, I have to let's go to JJ in Indiana. Go ahead J. Hey, this one we probably wouldn't get 'cause the basketball was probably still lays twenty played John wooden. He was a three time consensus all American Purdue, and he was in a professional league where he led the league in nineteen thirty three and scoring the NBL before the NBA. And then, of course, is college career coaches. Well, so. I know this bias, but it's hard for me to count nineteen twenties basketball as. But, but you know that's I not a terrible way to look at it. Okay. There was no one around the teacher. What he was doing. Never there's no. Of course, not much film on it because it, it wasn't like it is today. But if you're looking at what he did in his time, then he's on par with a lot of guys. He's in the hall of fame for both player and coach. All right. Let's go to Steven Raleigh, Steve. Yeah. I think if you're if you're thinking of always great players, it's it is to come up with a great coast. But if you think of the great coaches that we have right now, and it was a great, but I just come back to and. What he didn't college. And he got hurt that I think getting out. Yeah. But I mean look, I'm not I'm not saying that Tony Bennett wasn't a very good to great college player. But it is interesting, though, that the best player we can think of is a guy of Tony bits, caliber, because, again, I go back to these other sports these other sport like the pro I don't understand why works in the pros and it doesn't work in college. And again, to Tony Bennett to our point earlier about, like, Tony Bennett might have been a great player, but he was at a small school. He scored a ton of point. He's still probably receipt. He probably wasn't naturally gifted if he wasn't recruited by big schools than probably was coached up, which is what we were talking about any Wisconsin Green Bay. Which there are no answers. We've had plenty of people chime in eight in Frankfurt. Hey, I don't think this one's probably going to be Spurrier out because of coaching. But he's certainly needs to be mentioned that Pat FitzGerald north. Western he was a fantastic called football player played middle linebacker for them. And if his own daughter, wasn't northwestern, and he was coaching that concert or mission, eight or something we, would you know what that for your? I think that's, that's honestly a good one for the exact reason you said, I think we don't give him the he does amazingly at, at northwestern considering what sort of the abilities are at that school. That is very very good point five to four to seven to eight five eight five five two four two. Paul, Matt Jones, drew Franklin. We got one more hour with you tomorrow. Brad Edwards will replace it. We'll be right back. It's five months..

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"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:07 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Paul, Matt Jones, drew Franklin, the fun day, here on beautiful day in Kentucky. You guys are out everywhere. We were talking about the best cities of the SEC for various things. One person writes, Matt, I have been start for many times and have gotten myself into a lot of trouble. I think you are wrong about a fun weekend getting into troubles. Now what I'm saying you get into trouble anywhere. I mean you get into trouble in any town in America. If you want question was, where would you have fun? Anybody can make it while we're talking about going somewhere to visit the wild county needs to come to you, and he's be office. I agree one person says Matt each conference power five conference. Give me the city you'd go to for a fun weekend. Let's go ACC which where you're going to take Miami out of it, because it's not a college town. It's got to be an college town in the. Nothing jumps out Chapel Hill. Songs to live down there. I don't I don't know if that will remember everyone wearing khakis. They. That doesn't mean fun. They do wear a lot of khaki and like the same pair of pleaded dockers to everyone got one when they're born, you know what? Maybe maybe you could maybe take it back because you're right. There are a lot of khakis in Chapel Hill. I'm still going to say Chapel Hill, but you've made me question it. I can't think of another one, though. The ACC might be collectively the least fund cities. It's go big ten where you going. We can eliminate Purdue nine going dead last definitely Indiana's arrival. But Bloomington, Bloomington is fun and Arbor. Oh, Ann Arbor's, great wondering, I would say, Ann Arbor's, a really good pick of heck east Lansing is, is fun, too. Yeah. I'm going in Arbor, because trolling me. Right. What where did you go? It's Happy Valley. It's called Happy Valley. We've been too Happy Valley. I wasn't impressed member you and I walked around for we couldn't find anybody. There was like one bar that was crowded with wrestling, or something. That, that was, I tell you Happy Valley was maybe the most disappointing trip..

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"paul matt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"And every little step. You take. Is that this happens in music history? Sometimes you got like a famous couple, and then like, the better and more talented one of the two survives. And then the guy or excuse me. The more talented one always gets killed or dies. Then the one you don't really want around just keeps living Bobby Brown Whitney a tragedy. You knew when bobby's web. We sang that Bobby was the bad influence on Whitney because I love the impression. It was totally the other way. Right. Tell me about we not watched Bobby Brown stone. What's the new edition? Pulled on talk about how Kevin Costner really got Whitney start on some bad habits on the set of the bodyguard. I don't know. I don't know anything about it. With serious and he's coming up with jokes. Do you talking about? You're talking about the late Whitney Houston rest in peace. So here's the deal. Now. Copes I call cope sometimes morning, I call him COPA dope. But he is leaving fort. Do you're going to Australia tomorrow. I'm leaving in. We're coming up on like just over thirty hours here. I'll be on a bird headed to the Gold Coast of Australia for a couple of days and then down to Sydney for two weeks Rican jealousy bogut comes here. You go deeper in Australia, really quick. So has anybody in this room ever been to Australia? No, neither of us some of my favorite people on the planet. I get to that. Because keilor's got some ideas about how we're going to explore the culture of Australia today. So stand by for that. But I want to say that a lot of the bands of musicians I like have consistently said like the most beautiful people in the world are in Australia, like the women the women are beautiful Lee. Newton John's chooser incredible Waterhen beaches in the world. Just depending on who's listening in today. The hunky men of Australia to shouldn't be forgotten. And I have heard copes no joke. I'm not kidding straight men over there like straight gay, but doesn't matter. What's so funny? Funny. Get prepared. I've heard good the men over. There are way into like daisy Duke shorts. Nice. I'm not even kidding. The style. Hey, so get ready to see a lot of dukes. Even dudes. In question for Paul, Matt. I'm right here. You mentioned hunky males. Yeah. Hockey, men's diversion. You've had an idea for years, and I want to see come to fruition in two thousand nineteen head dude. The kmby are host hot honky calendar offered a million offered, ladies and gentlemen, the honky medication VR, and I've also settled donate all the proceeds to charity. Very kind of you for homelessness the hungry. There's no shortage of causes that need a few bucks in town. Wants to make them happen. I'm in because your phantom of our fandom of the boat. And it says swansong with the as the skipper. Do. We ask him to maybe take part in the calendar. I don't wanna he's got a job to be the executive producer of maybe you're right. The forward or the calendar. Few years..

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"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"But you know, you do a UT grad. I've heard this a lot from you know, a few of the older fans there out Powell Stokely athletic center was just so electric and everybody keeps telling me that it's ten times better. It was ten times better at Stokely than it was and it is tops. Boehner wasn't I've been to both Stokely was was kind of like an old barn. The sound. Was kept in a little bit better than Thompson bowling because of the the converse is of it. And, but you know, I don't know I think sometimes people remember a building based on their level of enjoyment in that building. So I wouldn't I I mean it was a little bit different. I will tell you that. Hey, thanks so much for the call. Matt is up next in San Antonio? Hey, matt. How are you? My friend. Pretty good home. I was going to talk about check thing in football basketball today. The basketball team later Neg last night. Oh, yeah. It ain't donate. All it's not a good year for in basketball. I think last night pretty much did them in for the year. You can say that. And I'm looking forward to tak-taking football. I mean basketball team they can learn from MRs drains and hasn't had a pretty good year next year. Just wasn't there here? It really wasn't mad. You know, all you can do is fed two. Good years out of the last four just hasn't been consistent. No. But Paul, Matt. Thank you very much eight to run, but we are heading toward a break. We'll catch up with you later on. We ought to do on the program, and we are coming right back. You're listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. We welcome all of you who've been watching the Alabama women advance in the SEC women's tournament. We are here for the next couple of hours and certainly looking forward to having you. Join us both on the phone in watching and listening to a number of our guests. Speaking of the women the women one last night, the women one this afternoon in Greenville. But the man the Alabama men lost perhaps the toughest game of the season at home. Blowing a double digit lead finally losing to Auburn second time this year a sweep for Bruce Pearl's team and it puts Alabama in a perilous situation projected still amazingly to be in the field in the play in game in Dayton edit. According to Joel already but much left for Alabama..

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"paul matt" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

Pop Culture Affidavit

04:52 min | 3 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on Pop Culture Affidavit

"So it is a big sense his own waking up to the world just as that world seems to be completely turning itself inside out and upside down, but then you get to this ending. I met a girl. Sing the blues. Inda foes, happy news. She just smiled and turned. I went down to the sacred store where I'd heard the music before. But the men said the muse wouldn't play. In the streets. The children screen. The levers, cried and the poets dream. Not a word was spoken. The church bells over broken. And the three men. The father son in the hole. They caught the last train the coast the day then. Musicians. This has the same Eljay tone. Reverend get sad is the opening, and if this is a reference to Janice Joplin the girl who sang the blues, and she had died in nineteen seventy it's appropriate considering that the nineteen sixties were book ended by the deaths of very popular Rockstars while. I'm looking on McLeans lyrics with a sense of what the last nearly fifty years have brought I can see how this represents a cycle that is bound to continue rock and roll has had its share of tragedy. Amidst all of its triumphs. Just eight years after American pie chart the nineteen seventies. And with the tragic deaths of John Bonham, Keith moon, and John Lennon all within a few months of each other in nineteen eighty then in nineteen Eighty-four. You have the suicide of Kurt Cobain, which is one of the defining moments of my generation when it comes to rock and roll in between, and since there are many other people have passed away, tragically young, and I realized that simplifying here for brevity sake that I probably shouldn't. Too much stock in the work of lives of our lives of musicians or any other celebrity for that matter when you're a fan of music, and you wind up getting really into a particular band or artist. Those people do become part of you in someway, it sounds silly. But so many of us as teenagers are searching for some sort of identity. So we turn to them lyric speak to us their music fills with Phil's emotional whole, we have and sometimes we even emulate them through dressing like them or adopting their attitude or their look, but there comes a day when that ends, and if that ends comes tragically it can be jarring for most of the time. I was prepping this episode I kept coming back to a scene from American graffiti, it's an exchange between John Milner played by Paul Matt and Carol who's played by MacKenzie. Phillips. He's been driving her around for a while at one point of some by the beach, boys, playing and Milner shuts it off and Carroll says what did you do that Miller says I don't like that surface shit rock enrolls been going downhill ever since buddy Holly died. Carol don't you think the beach boys our boss, John Milner? You would you grungy little tour p-, Carol, grungy, you big weenie if I had a boyfriend he'd pound you. Miller. Yes. Sure. I wish I had that clip or have time to to rip that or something and not just by really bad imitation MacKenzie Phillips, and Paula, Matt. But I think it all really fits this episode. Not just because of the reference the buddy Holly. But knowing that that movie takes place in nineteen sixty to the very very end of the summer of nineteen sixty two in fact, and it's about a generation of teenagers who are just in the verge of tumbled of the rest of the decade makes really appropriate. Sixty two is a year before the Kennedy assassination. We even find out that at the end of the film, at least one of the characters winds up going M. I a in Vietnam this encapsulates in a sense the first uptempo verse of American pie. And while I think that Carol's hanging out with Milner is partially to show. How ridiculous he is it away. After a he's he's the Woodson of the crew. He's way too old to be cruising around the high school kids, and she's in junior high. It also shows how they stand on either side of generational divide. When that perhaps as delineated by the death of? Buddy. Holly granted that's conjecture on my part. I'm kind of projecting. My own joke about a generational divide where the death of Kirk Cobain is that dividing line between the very tail end of generation X..

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"paul matt" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:01 min | 3 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on KQED Radio

"From NPR news in Washington, I'm korva Coleman. President Trump says he will delay his state of the union address until the partial federal government shutdown is over NPR's John in reports from made the concession after reaching impasse with democratic house speaker Nancy Pelosi overnight Trump tweeted, he wouldn't look for some other site for the speech because quote, there is no venue that can compete with the history tradition and importance of the house chamber. The president added he'll give a quote, great speech in the near future. Pelosi immediately replied to the president just minutes later tweeting that she hoped the near future met Trump would sign off on the latest house Bill to end the partial shutdown passed yesterday the Senate votes on one of two competing bills today. One from the Democrats and one from the Republicans. Neither is expected to pass John Johnston. NPR news, Washington. This is day thirty four of the government shutdown now TSA officials are growing worry that more airport security officers won't. Be able to come to work because of financial difficulties. NPR's David Schaper reports the TSA is looking to move officers around airports that have the longest security checkpoint mines after ten percent of airport security officers nationwide called out is unable to report to work Sunday. The TSA put out a call for volunteers to leave their home airports in order to fill in other airports that are short staffed the absentee rate has fallen a bit the last few days, but TSA officials worry it could climb. Again. If employee's miss a second paycheck at the end of this week NPR's, David Schaper business leaders, Nicaragua have been denied a permit to protest peacefully by Nicaraguan. Police Maria Martin reports the national police are part of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega's government nica was national police have denied the private enterprise association. Recep a permit for a peaceful March and rally planned for today. In a written statement to the police set they're trying to maintain peace and order for Nick at one family's virtually all gatherings without official permits. Have been illegal since last July in other developments, the independent radio station that I do that y'all got our second city Leon has been destroyed for the second time this year while a diplomatic mission. From the European Union has arrived, and we'll be meeting with both government and opposition groups for NPR news. I'm Marie Martin. The embattled president of Venezuela nNcholas Maduro says he's given US diplomats twenty four hours to get out of his country. This comes after the Trump administration recognized opposition leader, Juan Koito as Venezuela's. Interim president the US State Department says it doesn't recognize Medeiros authority many more President Trump says he will use the full weight of US economic and diplomatic power to push for the return of democracy. In venezuela. Meanwhile, why don't has taken the oath of office and says he will soon call general elections. This is NPR. Police in south central Florida have arrested a suspect in connection with yesterday's shooting deaths of five people at a Bank officials in c-. Bring Florida's say the twenty one year old suspect is a former prison guard trainee he was captured yesterday after a swat team stormed the Bank and found the victims two men accused of tossing a pipe bomb into a Minnesota. Mosque are doing a federal courtroom today in Saint Paul Matt Sepik of Minnesota public radio reports they're expected to change their not guilty pleas. Authorities say twenty three year old Joe Morris broke a window on the Darrell rookie Islamic center in Bloomington. Minnesota before twenty nine year old Michael MC water through an improvised explosive device inside the early morning blast in August of two thousand seventeen caused extensive damage. But no one was heard Morrison mcwhirter who are both from Clarence Illinois, each pleaded not guilty to hate crime and explosives charges, but they're expected to change those please also indicted is forty seven year old, Michael Harry. The alleged leader of an anti-government militia hairy remains jailed in Illinois, and is scheduled to be tried unrelated charges there in July for NPR news. I'm Matt Sepik in Minneapolis officials in the town of Islam Berg, New York or calling for the prosecutions of three men and a teenager accused of planning to attack the upstate town. The plot was foiled by town residents have been harassed by allegations on white supremacist sites that it is a terrorist training camp. Another man was convicted for plotting to attack. Islam Berg in two thousand fifteen I'm korva Coleman. NPR news. Support for NPR comes from visiting angels, professional caregivers assisting adults at home in bathing, dressing, meals, and light housework nationwide. Visiting angels, America's choice in senior home care. Learn more at one eight hundred three six five four one eight nine. On the NPR.

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"paul matt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"paul matt" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"James? Seven hundred seventy well w Gary Jeff Walker with beta Paul Matt Ernst J Armstrong coach Lou. Jay, I know that you have some some stand up comedy gigs coming. We want to let everybody know about that before you got to scoot out of here. And who are you meeting your meeting my buddy, Dave at the gym? Okay. Doc. You are funny. I did laugh at all. Robotics months ago. I was frigging two hundred and sixty pounds now twenty one I feel like I'm doing pretty good, man. You're doing great. Thirty my friend day. Yeah. It's twenty four hour gym nobody else's their crunch. Dave. It's it's called Dixie fitness club. It's in Highland heights Kentucky, it is old school toxically masculine game. You could imagine. I don't think they're gonna let you in after your performance earlier. Jank. It's a lot like nineteen seventy style Nautilus machines with like the. The one set one once. Where do you knew where your temple Mormon close? Tossed a medicine ball wrestling, you know, what they do have medicine balls there. But it's such an old school place. It's it's the exact opposite of planet, fitness or planet. Right. Exactly. Shame free zone could be judged there. Oh, yeah. For sure. And there's a bunch of like bigger meathead type dues that go their certain times a day with the exact kind of people that planet fitness doesn't want. Sure. But it's all like Olympic steel, free, weights and old probably not woman friendly. It is not really. Only one locker room they're under a bowling alley. Okay. So you. It's it's like a dungeon. It really is. It's so old school. They don't even take credit cards you pay with cash or check period. Oh, no. You can't sign up online. None of that hoping iron playing on the TV. But people can see you all people can see you at comedy clubs, and they. The play at they do take credit cards. Correct. Do guess. Nice. Segue. This coming Thursday the middle act for Mark reedy at the liberty. Funny, burn and then doing the show for a buddy of mine at a little pub called mix swells north side. Which to be a lot of fun to. Okay, we're we're. North side Hamilton avenue. I believe isn't it. Let's find out to your that. Or chase. The only two.

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