40 Burst results for "Penn"
Scott Presler: Pennsylvania Is Winnable, Vote for Carolyn Carluccio
"To win the election and i'll tell you in the last week i've been to slippery rock university and penn state city we registered and over whelming number of republicans even to independence and here are the issues that jen the and young people care about they don't want censorship from their university or their government they don't want the lockdowns the mandate they're they're seeing that food is unaffordable gas prices they're being outpriced of buying a vehicle all kids these want to be parents one day want to be homeowners and the fact of the matter is that under under this administration under democrats we are losing sight of the american dream for young people this is our opportunity as the republican party to come in let's make life affordable let's make life better let's make sure that the uh the american dream is still there for everyone especially young folks and so yes you hear me loud and clear everybody listening to the bongino show pennsylvania is winnable and i would not be here in this state and i need every pennsylvania to make a plan to vote for judge carolyn carluccio to the pennsylvania supreme court if you don't want mask mandates if you don't want lockdowns if you want to check and balance against democratic governor shapiro i urge you i plead with you i beg you make a plan vote to for judge carolyn
Fresh "Penn" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Going into that same service road for route 50 Arlington Boulevard so again no access to the inner loop directly from Gallows Road. Rich Hunter, WTO traffic. Now to 7 News First Alert meteorologist Mark Pena. Temperatures died not too bad temperatures mostly around 60 degrees to start your Monday also seeing some patchy areas of fog out there so make sure to drive to conditions once you hit the road later on today that fog will mix out by the mid -morning hours temperatures not warming much because of the clouds in the forecast highs in the upper 60s with a few showers I'm 7 News meteorologist Mark Pena and the First Alert Weather Center. 63 degrees in Chantilly 64 in Penn Quarter 64 degrees in Columbia. It's 3 30. This is WTOP News. Everything you need every time you listen. The WTOP producers desk is wired by IBEW Local 26 where electrical contractors
A highlight from O. W. Root
"Ladies and gentlemen, looking for something new and original, something unique and without equal. Look no further. Here comes the one and only Eric Mataxas. Ladies and gentlemen, if you've listened to me over the years, or if you've followed me on any level over the years, you know that I believe that everything means something. Everything is connected. And that includes how we dress. If you dress like a slob, no offense to the slobs who are listening. But if you dress like a slob, it says something. It's not just that that's how you dress. Everything matters. And I came to understand this through my friend Tim Raglin. I've talked about him on this program before. He is one of my dearest, oldest friends. Well, he and I did many books together. He's an illustrator, genius illustrator. And Tim Raglin, if you're familiar with my Uncle Muggsy books, Muggsy and the Terrible Twins of Christmas, Uncle Muggsy, Yankee Doodle Muggsy, The Birthday ABC. These are three children's books that I have written, which you can find at where you can find them at my store dot com. If you go to my store dot com. But Tim Raglin's illustrations are brilliant and gorgeous and amazing. But it was Tim who really helped me. This is like probably in the late 80s, begin to understand why what you wear matters, why men's fashion matters, why getting dressed up in this way or that way matters. And it's something that I've been interested in over the years. And so I'm really thrilled today to have someone as my guest to discuss this. He goes by O .W. Those are two initials. O .W. Root. I follow him on Twitter at necktie salvage, necktie salvage. But I'm just excited to talk to him about things that matter to me and I hope will matter to you. O .W. Root, welcome to the program. Thanks for having me. You are wearing a seersucker jacket and a white shirt necktie looking snappy. I feel every time I'm talking to you or to Roger Stone on the program, I suddenly feel ashamed because I'm not wearing a tie. I think a tie can look a little ridiculous when I'm in this kind of informal setting behind me. But we'll put that to the side. You're looking great. So as far as my audience goes, who are you and how did you come to be interested in men's fashion as something more than simply what we wear? What I focus on is the idea of civilization and aesthetics. What do aesthetics mean? What do they reveal about our culture, our values? And we obviously think about aesthetics when it comes to architecture, decor, everything, but also our clothing, our clothing, our aesthetics as well. Our clothing reveals our values, what we believe, who we are, both personally and as a group as well. And when we look around, what does the clothing of man today reveal about the state of civilization and his civilization? What is it that he believes? It's nothing good. And what I focus on is an ascendant approach to aesthetics, trying to explore idea this of man, higher man, man in ascent rather than man degraded, and how clothes can build man up and reveal something deep and meaningful about his culture, his values, his beliefs, and who he is. And I do all of that within an Ivy style prep style, Ivy prep framework, classic American style. Well, it's interesting. I think about these issues all the time. The other day, I went for a run, so I'm dressed the way you would be dressed to go for a run. And I ended up in Central Park. I sat on a bench in Central Park and was making a phone call or something. And I saw two young women walk past me dressed beautifully, really beautifully. And this is in the middle of a summer day. And one of them was wearing like an empire dress, empire waist dress or something. But the point is that they were dressed like you just looked up and you thought, wow, how beautiful, how elegant. It wasn't overly elegant. And then it dawned on me that the way they were addressed was actually only appropriately. In other words, it's not like they had to be going to a wedding or something like that. They may have been going to a wedding. But the point is they looked like two young women dressed elegantly walking through the park. But it was startling to me because it everyone used to sort of dress up. You wouldn't go out in public. You wouldn't go into the park. You wouldn't go anywhere, really, unless you were sort of wearing the uniform of what young men and young women or men and women would wear. A man would wear a jacket. It had nothing to do with how much money you had. So I was really struck in a way by that, that I thought to myself. And yet they're only dressed appropriately, but appropriately means beautifully, elegantly. They didn't need to go to some dramatic effort, but they just looked like they had made some effort. They just looked decent. They looked appropriate. They looked like they had a sense of dignity about them, tremendous dignity. And it was it's just but it was so beautiful to see that and so startling. I'm sorry to say it was startling, but we do live in an era where this stuff has gone downhill. Somebody said, I think it was Alan Flusser wrote that in the 60s, this is where this all began. And we can talk about the larger issue. But in the 60s was the first time where kind of adolescent culture took over. And it used to be that boys would look to their dads in terms of how to dress or girls would look to their mothers, how to dress. Something happened in the 60s. It was all turned around where older people look to kids in terms of how do I want to dress. So something really fundamentally upside down was what came into the culture. And it's this false egalitarian view. But anyway, this is something that you're clearly up on. But what was it that brought you into this? What was it that got you interested in this? When did this happen for you, so to speak? You know, I was always more into style than lots of other American men, not necessarily this style. When I was really young, I got into neoprep, you know, really bold preppy style in the early 2000s. Then you weave here and there. But then it was when I got older and I started to, it wasn't until I had kids, actually, that my idea about this really clicked fully. And you spoke about kids. This is a perfect example. We teach our children, our sons in aesthetic language, what we wear, they learn, this is how a man looks. This is how my dad looks. I have a memory. I've talked about this multiple times. I remember seeing my dad. My dad would always wear Navy Blazer, Chinos, OCBD, Oxford cloth button down. He would always wear it. This is what he wore. I remember seeing my dad as a kid and thinking, oh, this is how a dad looks. This is how I look when I'm a dad. And that's a learning. That's a learning. This is how you learn. That's what you said. Boys learn from their fathers how to dress. Girls learn from their mothers how to dress. And that sixties was an inversion. And so I remember when I was as a child learning that, internalizing that. And I started to think more about this as I got older and older. As I said, I was always into style, but more just, this is enjoyable. I didn't start to get into the deeper ideas of what it means culturally, civilizationally for the form of man versus the form of woman until I was older. And I didn't start to really take that seriously until I had children. Well, it's interesting, you know, that what we're talking, I was saying before that one of my favorite books in the world is called Chancellor of the Dance by Thomas Toward. And he talks about how everything means everything, the secular view that there's no meaning in the universe, that nothing means anything. The opposite view is that everything means everything. Everything points to something else. Everything points to truth and points to other things. And so how we does something, say whether we want it to or don't, how a building looks, a building can make you feel small or it can make you it can ennoble you. It can make you feel wonderful. And there's the great line from the Yale architecture professor. Now, I can't remember his name. Now it'll come to me. But but talking about the old Penn Station, which was this glorious building, and he says one strode into the old Penn Station like a god, one scuttles into the new Penn Station like a rat. And you think, what is it about aesthetics, about a building that can make you feel beautiful and dignified and noble or can make you feel small and crushed? What is it about brutalist architecture? All of these things matter. We're talking to O .W. Root about these things as pertains to particularly what men wear. And we'll be right back.
Fresh update on "penn" discussed on Game of Crimes
"And I have the honor, Morgan and I have the honor of having my first ASAC and DEA on show with us today, Charles Lutz. Charles, welcome brothers. Good to see you here. Well, it's a pleasure to be on your podcast and I have to say, when I first learned of it, I must've been living under a rock because it was just maybe six months ago. But since then, I've listened to a lot of your podcasts and I have to say, I'm very impressed. He told us that, he told me that Michelle Linhart was one of his favorite interviews. He found out things about her he didn't know. She sandbagged us about where she grew up at, you know, and go bears, you know, and poofed her hair. If it had not been for poofing her hair, she never would have been on Baltimore PD and never would have been at DEA, you know. You know, too, it's, and I gotta say this right up front, it's very unusual for me to call this man Charles because it was always Mr. Lutz or hey boss. So, you know, here in our twilight years, I guess, or the beginning of our twilight years, we've now become good friends. Well, that's interesting. We've now become good friends. Maybe there's some adversarial stuff we can talk about, but as we do with everybody, Mr. Lutz, Charles, how did, you know, Cosa Nostra, think of ours, how did you get started in this thing of ours? And don't tell me, well, I'm gonna guess based on your age, it wasn't Miami Vice. Miami Vice didn't come on the air till years later. So how did you get started in this thing of ours called law enforcement? You know, what was your journey to getting into DEA? Well, actually it kind of goes back to my Vietnam service. I was a graduate at Penn State University and I was commissioned an intelligence officer, which I guess is kind of an oxymoron. Military intelligence, right? One of the great contradictions. And I was sent to Vietnam. I actually, it turned out to be a very good experience for me. People ask me, you know, where do I grow up? And oftentimes I'll say Vietnam. In college, I was only responsible for myself and hadn't done a particularly good job at that. And here in Vietnam, I had men asking me, what do I do now, Lieutenant? And I could tell you grew up real fast. But I also enjoy, you know, it's hard for some people to realize or understand, but I really enjoyed my tour of duty over there. And I was, for six months, I was an advisor to a Vietnamese infantry division intelligence unit. What year was that? That would have been 1968 to 69 I was there, more in the first six months of 1969. Were you there during Tet? I came in just after the Tet Offensive. And the month before had been the deadliest for Americans of the entire war. So I obviously was a little bit nervous landing there at Benoit Air Base. But in any event, I enjoyed the work that I did there. And when I started looking at, you know, kind of a childhood interest of mine was law enforcement. Although when I matriculated at Penn State, in those years, they didn't even have a law enforcement program. So I ended up a political science major thinking, well, maybe learning about government would help me someday.
Kash Patel: Notice Obama's Silence Over Biden's Scandal
"To focus on more of this and I'm glad we're talking about it yeah and Cash you know that the tragically hilarious part about all of this is Joe Biden actually bragged about this on tape he said if you don't fire the prosecutor you're not getting the billion dollars and then he implicates Obama Cash the part of that video there's two actually parts people leave out when he talks about Michael Carpenter who went on but that's for another day and that's where they found the documents Penn of Biden Center but the other part of this they leave out is he specifically says Joe Biden the Ukrainians didn't believe me they said you're not the president and Biden says oh I said call him in other words he implicates Obama like Obama knows what's going on and do you ever notice how no outside one of you me and like Levin and others ever mentions that but here's the other thing no one in the mainstream media has Obama denying it anywhere remember the media they bought Barack Obama could write an op said his people could go out there and say oh we didn't know anything this is all the Biden administration my VP was acting rogue now that he's president the he's making up stories they could get away from this they have not tried one instance to get distance and so from narrative this because they know if we actually ever get the receipt and I think we do that by impeaching Ryan Garland separate story country that it goes back to Obama and we
Fresh "Penn" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Traffic when you can ride transit? Yellow Line services back on track between Virginia and the district plan your trip at Novarides .org today Rick McClure WTOP traffic 27 News First Alert meteorologist Mark Pena still dealing with the effects of Ophelia now it's no longer a tropical system but it's basically being absorbed into a frontal boundary nearby and that frontal boundary is gonna take a while to exit region our so what that means for us is some spotty showers pretty much every single day for the week ahead so the gray skies you're seeing outside right now are basically gonna be in the forecast every single day now we're not expecting a complete washout but about half a -inch of rain possible between now and Friday before the Sun comes out by next weekend I'm 7News meteorologist Mark Pena and the First Alert Weather Center. 66 in Chantilly, 68 in Penn Quarter, 70 degrees in Columbia. This is WTOP News.
InBev, Bud Light's Parent Company, Should Have Listened to Roger Skaer
"Over but like I mean yeah but lights probably think about it in Bev right that owns Bob they owned by these in Bev right they own a billion -dollar liquid courage enterprise they've probably got HR people from Harvard and Wharton who are like quarter million dollar a year newly minted MBAs I did an MBA at Penn State a good but I'm serious like they should have walked in the boardroom and Bud Light was like I think we should do a campaign even though we're a working -class man's beer with a guy pretending to be a woman this will over go well and everybody in the boardroom was like yeah yeah that's cool sounds good to me let's roll with it now you Dave could have had me at 18 because I had a lot of common sense before I was even in college I could have walked in with the Roger scare video and said folks I'm interrupting this emergency board meeting with an emergency of my own to save in BAM let me play for you this short video by Roger scare come in with an iPad hit play you see if you have around at a level 9 you'll find out at a level if you don't have a round you won't find out and I love Roger Danny's egg thank you I hope this was helpful and then everybody in the Dodger board would be like I mean the Bud thing here around and someone else maybe get some courage goes you know what I think this guy's are we may be effing around I mean we're kind of a middle ass like dirt under the fingernails carpenters HVAC guys electricians you know the people build the country your steam fitters your tin knockers your truckers you know your sheetrock installers your roofers you know like the people who built the place your plumbers your electricians like they like the Bud Light you think they're gonna take well
Fresh update on "penn" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News
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A Growing List of Democrat Presidents Who Mishandle Classified Docs
"The Johnson library under the condition that they not open the envelope for half a century now doesn't it violate the espionage act Mr. producer? so why was it the espionage act applied against Lyndon Johnson and his aide Mr. Ross Ross Dow? Jimmy Carter in 1981 happened to find one or two classified documents among his papers now he did return them to the National Archives but the section of the this law that prosecutor is pointing to has nothing to do with when they were returned those are different issues it's the mishandling of classified information that's the issue Jimmy Carter who literally signed the new presidential records act was charged not under the Espionage Act Joe Biden literally stole information out of the Senate skiff and held on to it for many years for many many years also as you know as vice president he removed documents had them at the Penn Biden Center where foreign individuals would come and go routinely because blinking at his office there too and he moved his documents he moved them elsewhere and his multi -million dollar premises including his Wilmington estate and there are boxes and boxes and boxes of documents at the University of Delaware which are only now being searched but I'm sure they're being slow walk
Fresh "Penn" from WTOP 24 Hour News
"Getting to the Bay Bridge is running 2 east and 3 west. Brought to you by Wawa's Pizza freshly made tastes great and you can get it starting at 4pm. Gotta have a Wawa. I'm Joe Conway WTRP traffic. To 7 News First Alert Meteorologist Jordan Evans tracking your forecast heading into a new week looking more like late October with a lot of cloud cover temperatures staying in the 60s and couple a of days with more shower chances. I think we'll stay dry for the rest of today and tomorrow. Tuesday however expect more rain starting in the morning could be some drizzle and sprinkles during the afternoon highs only around 65 degrees. Wednesday we might get a few peaks of sunshine during the evening hours but then more rain moves in Thursday and Friday. I'm 7 News Meteorologist Jordan Evans in the First Alert Weather Center. It's 66 degrees in LA, 66 in Columbia, 68 in Penn Quarter at 140. Money News at 10 and 40 past the hour brought to you by PenFed. Great rates for everyone. Here's Ann Kates. This is a Bloomberg Money
James Trusty Confronts George Stephanopoulos About Biden Docs Scandal
"They play stupid. You up for me? Cut three. Three. Here's a lawyer knows Donald Trump. Well, a guy by the name of Jim Trusty, you've probably seen him on Fox and other outlets. He's on ABC and Snuffleupagus is confronted with this fact by trusty. Hey, what about Biden? Who had these classified documents that you have? You know, what's your opinion on that? I mean, you seem to have very strong opinions towards Donald Trump. But it's strange when Biden violates, you know, allegedly the exact same law. You don't seem to have much to watch Snuffleupagus here. Just play stupid. Like, oh, I don't know what you're talking about. Never heard of that at all. Well, this is what we're dealing with. A serially dishonest media. Take a listen. You've got these investigations in Delaware Delaware that are 1000 times more serious by a sitting president who has authorized his DOJ to try to sink the candidacy of his prime opposition while that guy has unsecured documents that he stole out of a skiff dozens of years ago. So look, you know, we're not talking about you what are talking about? What are you talking about? That is a ridiculous statement. There's this issue. Nice try. There's an issue that anyone that reads any newspapers would agree is a parallel track, which is the Delaware document scandal of Joe Biden, where there's a special counsel, rob her that's investigating it. You know that there were documents that were sensitive, that were marked classified, found in a garage near a Corvette that made their way through Chinatown through the Penn Biden Center. There's 1850 boxes that have never been fully looked at at the University of Delaware. You have the ultimate clean hands of a current sitting president who had no declassification, had none of the protections of President Trump and who literally had to have stolen stuff from a skiff. Even Dick Durbin has commented about how this was an outrageous possession of classified material by Vice President, at that point, Biden. Joe So that's what we're talking about. You can scoff and act like there's nothing to it, but the whole country knows the basic notion of
Whistleblower: FBI, DOJ Have Document Revealing Biden Bribery Scheme
"Is a whistleblower on this bribery scandal the same one who gave up the government documents that by that Biden hadn't had Penn Biden center And is this connected to rumors of Hunter Biden being charged Now I want to be clear the direction I'm leaning here because I don't want to confuse anyone If you're thinking gosh they got the goods now And that's why The Washington Post and others are reporting that Hunter Biden is going to be charged No you're seeing this all wrong Matter of fact you're seeing it bass awkward The reason Hunter Biden is likely being charged now is probably because if Hunter Biden's charge you'll get from the FBI when they're asked questions about this bribery scandal we heard about yesterday in this whistleblower what's the answer you're going to get from the FBI folks We can't talk about it It's an ongoing investigation We don't want to interfere in ongoing investigation You see how it's the other way around It's the wrong way Hunter Biden's going to become the sacrificial lamb so that the FBI and others can say there's an ongoing investigation and we don't want to talk about this other stuff So here's what happened yesterday It's hard to believe story if it's true and I really hope they're not stringing us along here The House oversight committee just put out a tweet yesterday James comer and chuck grasley a two Republicans won in the house one in the Senate respect respectively Reveal that the existence of an FBI record In other words it's a piece of paper There is a document out there right Alleging that then VP Biden engaged in a bribery scheme with a foreign national According to a whistleblower this record details an alleged arrangement involving an exchange of money for policy decisions
Japan Flags 4 Crypto Exchanges for Operating Without Registration
"All right, we are going off to Japan where the financial services agency has flagged by bit Forex and Mexico global and big get via a warning letter. The notice says that the four exchanges are in violation of the country's fund settlement laws by conducting crypto asset exchange business without registration. Sounds familiar. Separately, the Japanese prime minister is hosting this year's G 7 summit, which will have a focus on tightening global crypto regulations Ben. I'm going to test this one off to you. Are you surprised to see this out of Japan this morning? Not at all, actually. And Penn is an interesting case of regulation. It's often held up as a country that's further ahead than other jurisdictions in regulating crypto and regulating particularly exchanges because obviously this goes right back to mount gox, which was the first big hack in crypto history at the time in 2014, roughly about 70% of Bitcoin was transacted over mount gox and then it was a massive failure of that exchange and that led to regulators in Japan, putting together a bunch of regulations that are seen as a template for other countries to adopt a worldwide, including the U.S., it's not a big hack in 2017, coincheck, which I think it was the biggest ever. So I'm not surprised to see this happening because regulators there are clearly on the case and there's clear regulatory guidelines as to what is and what isn't acceptable in the management of exchanges. So I'm not surprised at all.
Where's the Special Counsel Investigating Biden's Documents?
"Point is when it comes to Biden I mean his lawyer has documents and Boston they have 1170 documents at the Penn Biden center for you know laundering Chinese money Or whatever they do over there And no problem Does anybody even talk about the special counsel in the Biden case Is he awake There's no leaks No stories in the compost or the slimes Nothing Nothing It's pretty amazing don't you think
National Archives Admits Over 1,100 Biden Records Pages at Penn Office
"The national archives The national archives used to be kind of a boring place to where bureaucrats went to went to die you know Get their pensions Put in their 20 years get 80% of their salary retire at the age of 48 Head down to Florida or wherever they went But not anymore it's been politicized like everything else these bastards do quite frankly Ingest the news John Solomon's outfit Madeline Hubbard the national archives has admitted That approximately 1000 You haven't heard this today 1170 pages of records from Joe Biden's time as vice president Were found at the Penn Biden center November 2022 The agency said it does not have custody of any records discovered at Biden's home in Delaware Now let's get this straight It wasn't just a few far Remember they used to compare them Trump had hundreds of documents They only found like ten files about 1170 pages of records And the archives does not have custody of any records discovered at Joe Biden's homes In Delaware The American first legal foundation highlighted the revelation yesterday by publishing a letter that the national archives sent to the conservative legal group in response for freedom of information act request Folks these freedom of information act requests whether in the hands of outstanding conservative legal groups or in your own hands Are very powerful weapons
Dean Cain on His Journey From Trailer Park to Princeton to Hollywood
"So dean, your life has been so fascinating. So I wanted to ask you a little bit about just kind of your journey before we talk about more of the news stuff. I saw that you spent some of your childhood in Michigan and then in California. And in high school, when you were in Santa Monica, you were excelling in sports, and you even played some baseball with Charlie Sheen and Rob Lowe. Is that correct? And what was that like? It's mostly correct. I grew up, so I grew up in I was born in Michigan, but I moved to California when I was three. My mom up and took off with her two kids. Her first husband was my biological father. It was not an ideal husband, was philandering and so she left and came out to LA to be an actress with two kids to the Asian kids. And we looked more on my given name as Tanaka. So she came out here with us too, and met and fell in love with my dad. Who she married a year later. And then through a really terrible story actually, a woman was raped and I believe killed in an apartment next to us or right near us. And then the next day myself and a couple other guys, my brother and another couple kids were out playing cops and robbers as they used to back in the day. And I was the youngest and so I wasn't able to have I didn't get to a gun. So I went looking for something and I found the real gun and it was apparently the weapon that was used and that day my dad borrowed, I don't ten, $12,000 from his parents in South Dakota and moved us to a trailer park in Malibu. And I grew up in a trailer park in Malibu, which sounds, you know, like trailer park. Yeah, but it was in Malibu. So we'd spend our days outside all day long on the beach, running around, and I grew up with kids like Sean Penn, Chris Penn Rob Lowe, Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, all those kids were just, we were all just part of this one little Malibu group. I guess all our parents were involved in the business, not all of them, but in some way or another. And so through this weird happenstance, those kids all ended up being actors. Now I played baseball Charlie for a long time. Rob, rob was never the great athlete. Rob even back in the elementary school was just all the girls loved him and he's so pretty. And he loved the girls back. So that was the that was the skinny and rob, so to speak. Charlie very good baseball player. Played on teams with him forever. And then went to high school, Santa Monica high school. And I was a good athlete student. It worked out real well for me. A lot of the kids are madly when they got to Santa Monica worked able to compete at that level, unfortunately. So a lot of the kids stopped playing sports, Charlie continued to play for a while. I don't even know what he did to seeing it if he played a scene here or not. And then I was lucky enough to with my grades and thank you to get the president of the university, had a wonderful career at Princeton. Grew up a lot turned into him and went from a boy to a man there and played very well. I played football. I mean, football ran track and I played volleyball. And then I got a chance to play for the Buffalo Bills afterward, which was great. And got hurt right away. And then it's been acting and directing and filmmaking ever since.
The latest in sports
"AP sports. I'm Bruce Morton. Princeton rose into the sweet 16. The 15th seeded tigers were in control throughout in eliminating Missouri 78 63. Princeton is in the south region, as is number 5 San Diego state, which beat Furman's 75 52. The region's top seed, Alabama, moved on by besting Maryland 73 51. Defending champ Kansas was also a top seed. That meant nothing to Arkansas, which got past the jayhawks 72 71. Also in the west, second seed UCLA had to hang on to beat northwestern 68 63. In the east, fourth seed Tennessee dumped duke 65 52. The Midwest produced no surprises with top seed Houston handling auburn 81 64 and number two Texas defeating Penn State, 71 66, NBA winners included the sixers kings and grizzlies. Bruce Morton AP sports
"Number two seed Texas held off a second half charge and beat Penn State 71 66 under interim coach Rodney Terry, the longhorns are going to the sweet 16 for the first time since 2008. They did the third most wins in school history. We're back in the sweet 16. This is why these guys came back. 7 guys came back from last year's team and they came back because they wanted more of this madness here. Forward Dylan just Sue. Led the longhorns with 28 points. And the other game at Wells Fargo arena 8 seed Arkansas upset the defending champion, the Kansas Jayhawks, 72 71. Greg iklin Des Moines
No. 15 Princeton Shocks No. 2 Arizona in NCAA Tournament
"Good morning, glory, America, bonjour, hi, Ken. I'm Hugh Hewitt live. I woke up this morning. To the news that both Princeton and northwestern had won their first round NC two a tournament games, and I began scanning the night sky in California for a meteor. I mean, northwestern and Princeton both win their first round. I don't know that that's ever happened before. Duke one, that's the other smart kid school. So that's kind of we're used to duke winning because they have a subdivision. A basketball major that people take advantage of. But I'm just amazed. We had duke UCLA, Penn State won something. Now that's kind of remarkable. If you're in Ohio State fan, you realize Penn State doesn't win a lot. I told you that Arkansas won too, so senator cotton will be a little bit insufferable, but maybe by Saturday night they'll come down to earth. Auburn. Northwestern Tennessee and Houston, and if you don't know this, a lot of beltway journalism depends upon the output of school graduates, I think model is probably the best connected journalism school. More than Columbia, more than Missouri, more than the other fine programs like Syracuse and Ohio university, which is not an accredited college, but nevertheless had a good television program. Miami law. There are lots of great journalism programs in America. But the best is probably medal.
Hot-shooting Funk leads Penn St. to first NCAA win since '01
"Penn State built in 18 point lead late in the first half en route to a 76 59 victory. Senior Andrew funk led them with 27 points a season high and their first NCAA tournament win since 2001. Honestly, it means a lot, and it probably means more than people think because I've only been here for one year, but obviously I went to buck now and Penn State has had a big time Philly pipeline going for a long time. And other games top seeded Kansas speed Howard 96 68, but without coach Bill self for the fourth straight time, number two Texas held off Colgate 81 61, and Arkansas defeated Illinois 73 63. Greg eklund, Des Moines
A Lot of People Had High Hopes for Mike Pence... Not John Zmirak
"Lot of people had high hopes for Mike Pence and would disappoint it. I never had the slightest hopes for Mike Pence because back in 2015, at the stream, I wrote a column on how useless he was. Mike Pence had put through a religious freedom bill protecting the rights of Christians to associate and hire people, despite the attacks of the LGBTQ my name is legion movement. In other words, it was a religious freedom restoration act. And what it did was, it said, Christian employers could not be forced to hire people who were advancing openly gay, lifestyles. It said that no federal law mandating gay gay rights could Trump the First Amendment. The Chamber of Commerce in Indiana rebelled. Under the pressure of the gay lobby, the Chamber of Commerce said, oh no, they're going to be boycotts. They won't have college sports games. Indiana will suffer and Pence caved. Penn's caved in a red state of which he was already governor. So I said, okay, this is a weak sister. This is not somebody we need. And when Trump picked and for vice president, I said, oh boy, we are screwed. And then the deep state conducted its coup d'etat against our legitimately elected president. It started during the transition period. When Trump tried to hire Mike Flynn to supervise the deep state to sort of see what they were doing because George Bush trashed the constitution by passing the Patriot Act. It allowed federal intelligence agencies to collude to surveil Americans. It created the kind of joke kangaroo court, the fisa court that would rubber scam, surveillance, and every American on the slightest pretext, Obama, the Obama administration weaponized that and started going after conservatives and Christians using the deep state.
Edey's 30 helps No. 5 Purdue hold off Penn State in tourney
"Zachary, who was named the tournament's most outstanding player scored 30 points as Purdue won the Big Ten title 67 65 over Penn State. I'm just kind of out there trying to make plays for my teammates the same way I always have all season depends on how team of gardening obviously they lasted teams wanted to try to leave me one on one. And then my job is real simple when people do that. Give the nitty lions credit, they trail by 17 with 6 minutes to go, but battle back to within one and had a chance with a last second try, but it wasn't to be. Purdue will be the number one seed in the east in the upcoming NCAA tournament. David Schuster, Chicago
Pickett, Penn State beat Indiana 77-73 in Big Ten semis
"National player of the year candidate Zach Edie scored 32 points to go along with 14 rebounds is Purdue moved into the Big Ten title game with their 80 to 66 win over Ohio State. Edie was feeling it Saturday. I just kind of stuck with it. The game plan, I just tried my best to score the ball every time I touched it. Purdue, the number one seed in this tournament will play Penn State in Sunday's final, Penn State the number ten seed defeated number three Indiana 77 73 and has now beaten three teams in three days, all seated higher than them. David Schuster, Chicago
"penn" Discussed on Pushing the Odds with Matt Perrault
"Because of florida wins this game at home. Florida then has straight path to the sec championship game. And yeah i know. They've got georgia other team. But if you beat alabama you should be able to beat everybody else. And then you'll take on maybe bama again in a in probably both teams get into the conference into the college football playoffs. Any shot in your mind. That florida could shock the world here at home catching fifteen and a half points. Yeah i i doubt it i mean emory jones has not really looked all that strong this year. Florida starting quarterback anthony richardson. There is a little bit of excitement around him. He had excuse me He had a huge game last week. Against south florida couple. Long touchdown runs really mobile So that's pretty exciting but man. It's tough to play that two quarterback system and have one guy who you're really just not all that excited about right now and alabama's defense has been so good You know savings and they're pretty mad right now understandably. He feels that they didn't play a full game against miami and then they start slow against mercer. So you know. This is a pretty miserable week for those alabama players. So i i really. Don't see this game Being inside two touchdowns like you said the lines around fifteen. And i think that's very very fair. Trusting yeah bama. I was coming back on. Bama in the first half once again on the road. At florida throwback to steve spurrier days when florida and alabama or meeting for sec championships. The later game is the annual whiteout at penn. State penn state gets the big win early on the road to start the season over wisconsin auburn to know as well as their first time ever traveling to beaver stadium. It's going to be an insane atmosphere big ten. Sec football penn state's favored. Who do you like it this one because this is a tough one to call. Yeah then not. Only the first time they're going to That auburn's go up to penn. State this is the first regular season game between the teams ever. They've only played in two bowl games before. So it's a really cool story line Just kind of being a college football nerd. I love this so much that they were getting a a different kind of matchup but as far as the game itself. penn state's pass defense has been excellent Wisconsin could not do anything and ball state. Look it's ball state and you're not gonna get a whole lot of Praised for that but they did win the mac last year and they've got a a quarterback who's been there for several years as a starter and penn state has given up the state's given up Let me about five yards a pass this year so i really like what they're doing at this point and auburn i just don't trust bo knicks. That's that's the honest truth that situation. He's done really well to start the year but they've played akron alabama state low competition. Not his fault. That's that's what's on the schedule. But i really do not think that auburn can go into what's going to be a crazy environment in that white out it's going to be constantly loud And i really don't think auburn is gonna have enough on offense to get past fence. They defense now. i i do. Think penn state offense on the other hand is not going to really blow. Pass this auburn defense either. I think it's probably going to be a pretty low scoring game. But i do think. Penn state wins by touchdown in the end. Yeah man it's gonna be fun. You were these big ten schools. Get a chance to knock off ranked. Sec team and this is a huge pride thing into whiteout game. And i'm with you. I don't think got much of a shot here..
"penn" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"A shot. Kogi the f. ing in our feeling good about nothing else about how you raise your kids do that. Cause your kids want you help me. Laid need the example. Hey any of you listening out there. Who has if you haven't gotten the shot yet and And you decide after this episode. Damn it i'm gonna get that shot you go get the first one then go get the second but just get that shot Snapper selfie of you doing it senate to me here. On the on the podcasts at mike michael moore dot com. And we'll have our little on a roll of photographs of I did this. I did this for sean. And and if you don't mind sean. But just hopefully if you got if you just convinced the dozen people to do it then Were that much better off. You and i have crossed paths so many times in the last twenty years really. It seems and i wanna share with my listeners. The It was it was the day i think the day before the oscars in two thousand and three and bowling combine was up for best documentary. I got a call. The call came from tim robbins and he said why don't you you're are you probably nervous about the oscars you know. They were going to not have them then have them because it was iraq. War started just a couple of days before that and there was a lot of feeling like. Maybe we shouldn't be doing this right now but nonetheless. They decided they have them then. They weren't going to have the documentary. Category televised suffice. It to say there was some concern of what might happen. So i get a call from tim robbins. And he says. I'm just having sean penn cup people over for lunch here in our hotel suite. If you wanna come over and just talk about anything or just. I said no. I'd love that. He says yeah. And if you if you have a speech ready well. I i've i've not got something but Well you know. Give us the speech. We'll give you some feedback. That sound great. So i go over to the hotel in west hollywood. I walk into the room. Not only is sean. There and tim robbins up. Susan serandon is there. Don cheadle is there eddie. Vedder is there. Gore vidal is there. There are other sean. I can't remember everybody around that big dining room table but it was such a kind and caring thing to do for someone who was going to be attending his first oscar ceremony and might be up for reaction in case i one and so i told you guys what i was going to say and then you each and then i said to you. Hey if you were my shoes. What's the speech you again. Do you remember this. And then you what you guys went around the table and and each had a very unique idea of what i could say. Should i win the state. Do you remember this this whole incident very well now. Do you remember what you suggested that i do. I do with the exception of the people in that room that day among our direct and indirect college of business there were very few were standing up to say anything about that war and.
"penn" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"I thank you for the suggestions and ideas and i know i don't wanna put you on the spot because you know you're the last person that were you want millions of people to come to altar of sean penn for to be our guru and give us advice or whatever your actions say at all you don't really have to say anything i get it. Millions of people get it. And and i think that that over the years now and i've known you now for you know probably close to twenty and and various times we've Been together and dump things. If i can find the photo from new year's eve beckon i've got on my wall. You gotta know what. I don't know where my copy i copy you know what i'm going to say. So new year's eve is twenty thirteen. Maybe twenty four fourteen. I don't know but but So we are all together. You and me eddie. Vetter il mar and we had. We did this. Photo of essentially replicating a famous photo of the four marx brothers I won't say anything more than that. I'll look for the photo oppose. Oppose it on my site. And i see you know what we're talking about. But but sean. This is the thing i mean. You know you're known as a bad ass Tough guy You know you don't take any shit you don't suffer fools these compliments by the way but But but i know you and a lot of people know you as a real sweetheart you are. That person debt I would want my kids to emulate the that you you act. You don't get caught up in all the chin music all the bullshit po- the political the back in the fourth. And what let what label you are and whatever you just go and fucking do it and let me just close by saying this film of yours that i watched this week flag day. And i note. Your daughter's getting rave reviews dylan pen and ear. Son has a role in it To hopper but sean in it in addition to the beautiful direction of this film. And i didn't catch who the cinematographer was but the beautiful agana motor animal. Yeah he's already well then. This is a work of art and your your.
"penn" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"There are more than two thousand hot zones of all kinds of the of risk right now and win. The temperament of biden came into the white house. I was as thrilled as one could be under. The circumstances also thought that he was acknowledging serious list of the climate issue more quickly than most had expected. He would more radically now. Before i go into my feeling about the last couple of weeks also say that his task force was a breath of fresh air on in in their initial outing on it. Clarifying things finally people getting some guidelines communicating. The the trip up is that. I don't know when it comes to a now. I'm just to bring into politics for a moment on what they we get to used to coin the left aspiration again. The aspirations of the far left if listens to them really listened to them with with without politics or labels being in the way. Those are aspirations. Everyone wants strategically a president today. Politically the media. I don't know if it's always value for the left to have those convert far left to have those conversations with us until they set along common language with resin We just ask you know a. I think we get so hung up on winning the wars today out in front of the this is gonna be you know. This is a long game. And what i think about president biden. Is that when. I agree with them when i don't it at his core is a long game. Big mistakes can be made within that especially in today's explosives world. I saw an extraordinary documentary on on how we got here. And how we got to kabul Called the turning point really clarifies a lot and the main thing clarifies that there was never any clarification and so for a president of the united states or you were i to get caught short hairs. I am not really that quick to judge this.
"penn" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"Together and came in and started doing coutts which it doesn't sound very sexy but if you're down there in your house is Each hour is another chance for terrible mold to grow and and and make your house uninhabitable after it's been flooded and get these young teams of kids down. They're going through those lookouts was extraordinary. And that's what core is. Core is go into these areas. Same thing happened with covered with the testing and later the vaccination limitations we we started with the los angeles fire department out here were able to relieve them burden they had and doing the testing sites by bringing young people from the community training them and and paying in know. We very quickly got out of the volunteer volunteer business at large in haiti because we had a lot of volunteers from the united states. And we had all these young people in haiti who who was better to pay them to do it then it was to just keep having volunteers coming put. Bandaids on thanks. So core is that core goes in and or get where organizers when it comes down to or we got logistics people. We've got great mentors The go in and then we you know they build themselves in before we them the t shirt and say thank you and keep resourcing and if people listened to this want to help you with This non-profit disaster relief organization. How can they. How can they do that. and i'll put it up. Put it on my podcast page here. So they can click on the link. later yacht. Our website is pretty good and give you a real. Give them a real picture of what we do. You know on this latest earthquake. In haiti we deployed out of port-au-prince. We had heavy equipment deployed on the on the day of the quake. We got it up into the southwest. We're real good at surging things like this operative They can go to a core response dot org so quarrel response. All one word c. o. r. e. response one word response dot org and And then they can contribute whatever amount they can listen five dollars..
"penn" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"What government can do and what. They can't do one of the things that so surprised me during katrina. I had put off going to a couple of days after the hurricane had hit. Because i'm watching the news. And i thought i'd get in the way of governmental organizations. And then you get there and you see. The governmental organizations are handing you a baton so that they can get back. They need all hands on deck that they can get not chaos but responsible hands who are thinking. How can i be actually productive in this situation that one. It was pretty easy. It was there. Were people out there on the water. Get abode allow people up. There's so many ways. I mean you know the government's never going to get all the water all the fuel all the all these things we got an and i wished that there'd be more admission of that i saw jen. Psaki who i think is very talented. Spokespersons the president the other day saying you know that they were sending Everything that california needed for to fight the wildfires. Not only are they not sending not they can't send it they don't it because we aren't. We haven't spent the time as a culture society in preparation for these things. If we don't do it now were really ripping off our kids in their kids. So with haiti when that happens and you had down there to help and of this i think is this where core began. Yeah explain explain to people. What core is and i looked at a number of things in the introduction of of what you've been doing in these eleven years but sir core core was what we morph into from we call. It was the jp haitian relief organization starting in two thousand eight hundred eighty way that is e 'cause i had seen this thing i just described katrina where you're not going to be in the way that in an and we'd had a little bit of disaster response experience a couple of us from katrina trip was let's go and we landed into a situation. I've never been to haiti before that was so on. And it again where we had twenty two thousand. Us troops there on a humanitarian mission. And they were any and you had at the time the un peacekeepers as well as the haitian national police and others all the ngos new n none of it was enough to get the job done that needed to be done to spare people further death in anguish and what happened is just by getting in the trenches with young haitians. They started coming to us. And saying you're you look like you're here to help our country. We want to.
"penn" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"You and i think you know who i'm talking about So i'll leave it at that We won't go there Sherri thank you for putting out the number and letting us know that I wanna get out here gene. Okay james i heard the main spirit and the harrisville farmhouse is. Scary is crazy. I've heard that too Yeah you know it's it's crooked necks. That's what they call it. They don't really have a name and he doesn't like women at all. She will pull my hair constantly and push people. She likes men. She doesn't like women. Every time i go there. My hair gets cold. Every bad where i freaked out one time when alive. I feel terrible after. I did it but i couldn't read. I couldn't move. Go behind me by through the bill and i walked over by the welk's i knew she doesn't like the well for some reason and it was completely declining after that you yes. She's like they think that he's an elemental. But i'm not sure but yeah. She's we've caught her on the wax and everything. Cook it neck and everything it over there with. Her skin has a lot of controversy. Uh lately i think about the ls you. I know my personal opinion. We're gonna ask you a lot more harder questions a little bit Okay okay so with the sa. I see people walk. It's a tool. I see a lot of people. Use it the wrong way and when you try to sit there and tell them the right way they come at you. So i don't say anything anymore by my personal beliefs. It's picking up thing. It's so that shit out so if you have any reflections whatsoever it's gonna pick it up if you walk around with. its pick. everything up you have to stabilize. It's not touch it for all. Like i say we fifteen minutes so when we only use the ls the conjuring house is usually in the basement. That's where a crook naked. I don't really anywhere else too much. Because if picks up every light in any kind of reflection could've just me a lot of people visiting they do it wrong or or one ever sending your front window talking things. Thanks wave was picking reflection. Open the mirror and the window. It was mapping him and the guy was hobbies can be like. Why don't be happy. You know he's pick up your. You can't listen to reflection from the tv or the window. You know so you not. Mary jo and bill think about this. Okay let's put. Let's put science back into it. Psychological and physical. I agree with you mary joe. You're right on target because there's a lot of people that don't understand what the equipment is or how to actually use it. And i'm saying that 'cause i've seen it over and over again they don't let the time adjustment. They don't let the equipment adjust to the atmosphere or the pressure or the temperature. And they're just going right the things they're getting hit when i'm like In fans interacts. I'm.
"penn" Discussed on The RIFT Radio Podcast Network
"You've got to go there. I wanna find the nick. In the would i would find the bed-and-breakfast i wanna find those old cottages. I wanna find the older places that have not been used. The tapped no pun intended has nothing to do with The over anything of anything. Visit new jersey or new york Any any any place. I i like fresh new locations because my research has always been so good with fresh locations. So how do you guys feel about that. Do you think there's a positive to researching a location that had many people there. Or would you rather get into the the fresher locations. See for me kind. Of oh i use the bigger patients people. That can't see them like people. They're from different states. That can't go to eastern state penn. Her whole them. So i go alive so they can see and experience. We do but that being said when going to a couple of quick. I can't say names but That not many people go to 'cause they're abandoned or whatever the case may be we would get the most crazy i like. I will have sore plan. It's where i wanna be in that room. At all. I i like. I'm out of here. Because i human growth. I didn't know what it was. It kind of scares me put. It was insanely like it was just insane energy. Chiller that it's a little bit of. I'd rather have nukes suck. That people like we boo hotels and stuff like that. See or reading. Breakfast is and stuff like that again. They don't want him come in there doing paranormal stuff. That's the problem. that's she's right. Yeah you better know what you're saying how to say it to even be able to think about getting into that location. I but when you do if you can that could be potential right. I.
"penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"Back to this show. Sean where do you stand on that. Going back to the to you having a conversation creative negotiation with the with the director. Where do you stand on that especially now having having directed since you went through that situation with Slesinger where do you stand on. Whose character is it. Is it the actress character. Or is it the directors character and How have you found your your flexibility Adjustment or you wanna start a fight what are you. What are you trying to get him. But i just. I mean i you know i i well i'll let you answer. I won't answer my own question. Goes i think it cuts both ways. Because you know my sense of working in the theater is that the directors principal job is to win the actor out of pendants on the director. you know you've got some point. Let those horses run together. Once they've got their coordinated interests In line to tell the story In film it's different. But i think that if you're not able to Let the actor own that character. Then you probably cast the wrong actor variances on that where there are times where you know. A director may understand in a and be able to push you to another level of the same Gap or not. Make you re- you know revisit. Some of the choices that you made but You do you certainly want that. The guiding energy on a set is that that actor speaks for that character. You i think as as an actor were tied. The designated bodyguard character were playing. Yeah and i I i mean you know. It's the the challenge comes with You know people who are given a part as opposed to audition for a part and so you don't really know what that actor is going to do. What the version of that character. They're going to be performing until it's about twenty minutes from shooting. You're saying it sucks to work with stars. A lot of directors have to kinda take what they get. And if you're like me that's a good thing. Because i got a real light touch with actors i love. I just assume they're going to give me the best that they can give. And then your job is to see okay. What version do they wanna play of this character. And i gotta help them kind of keep it on the on the road whereas you know i'll work with some directors where those you get the sense all their notes coming from a place of boy gonna get this actor to play the part the way that i've seen it all the way through pre-production Even when i read the script or developing it with the writer. And that's just to me. That's a just a false negative that a director will put on an actor because the audience hasn't read the script they've got they don't have the preconceived notion that director has and and now you're asking the the actor to go into areas that they're not instinctually driven towards and it's Yield a real lanky thing so it's great to hear you say there's a kind of you know approach. That is a win in doubt. Do nothing approach that sometimes frames this conversation for me. I i once had a conversation with marlon brando. Where he said this great thing. Because there'd been plenty of times where just notwithstanding being an actor or a director as a film audience. There are plenty of times where i was so moved by something. An actor did and then going back. I i'm watching it again. I still so moved. I couldn't find what the actor did. And in sometimes as marlins said when you have good writing good directing sometimes the job is not getting in the audiences way that they will do. A lot of the work of how that story is telling itself and so all of these approaches. I do think that you know directors who deny themselves the ability to be surprised by what they're actors bring are doing themselves in the project a disservice but there are times that You know that it goes back and forth. that is just a you can. You can get a lot of guidance from a good directors will. Do you ever want to go back and do a big fat comedy. Just do one big stupid hasty bad comedy you know. I had not been offered a lot of those really and I think as i got older my face became more disturbing. Unless it's comedy. But i just i have gotten to do a comedy. I've really enjoyed it but But and certainly. I would be interested in the comedy is. I wouldn't in anything sean. Hayes do you. Do you think you'll ever do a comedy. I knew we're gonna ask that so thank you It just depends. It just depends on what it's about. How deep i can find that guy. You know what. I was just thinking sean must be just basking in 'cause we're asking all these really important questions than we keep saying. And then asking sean hayes for a moment. Has these nanoseconds where he's like. They're asking me and do they know me. And we've been friends for twenty years wise. Yes i never could ask those deep questions but you know. So so sean penn. You're now you've got like you say your sixty one and you got a lot on your plate for for a guy who claims that he's in the the sort of the second half or whatever you don't see there's no kind of i kind of call bs. You're you're kind of right in your zone right now doing it all more than ever listener. You've got to know we're we're looking at this guy right now. This sean penn this this. This guy is pretty smokin guys. with sean. What's going on. Our team wasn't what's the secret. Oh are you talking about how i look. Yeah yeah well. The secret is framing light. No there's no there's no ring light there. There's nothing i mean. Look crazy healthy. Are you hanging out with layered a bunch. I mean what's going on. I wish i was getting myself back into a post. Cove and fitness Has commenced I've i've begun that work but only begun it. What is that. what is that work for you. Well most starts with running either on the road or on a treadmill and then once i've got myself you know run out and i'll jump off that treadmill off the road into a weight workout and Try not to smoke as many cigarettes on the In the listener just so you know. He hasn't never had not had a cigarette. And i won't admit to to smoking's Would admit to it. But i'm with you. I call it job security for colleges. Oh my god. Don't say that way sean. What are you watching right now. Do you do you enjoy a streaming thing. What do you do. you don't want anything to do with it so you listen to music instead. Yeah i just Summer of soul which is incredible if anybody had seen it really incredible Does that loves movie right. Yeah that's amazing. I've thrilling On a filmmaking level and on and the story it really was something I'm anxious for succession to start back up..
"penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"Living to one hundred. I'm shooting for it Do you start thinking about well. We all four of us have been very fortunate that we've gotten a lot of things done that we probably wanted to get done. Certainly sean you seem to have done so many great things. Do you think it about the second half. It does something jumped to the front of. Your mind is something you really want to get done before. It's all over you know it's My wife is a significantly younger than i am. A man and she doesn't have much tolerance for me considering on the second half So publicly. I don't know what i'll say about that. But yes just looked over his shoulder certainly one wants to. You know. I guess i measure it trying to be a better dad every day And and make sure that. I'm that i on the last day. I have as little shame as possible. I get that. Yeah i get that too. I remember i remember. When was the last time you talked about falcon and the snowman. Been a minute and a minute yet. Yeah i remember that movie. I loved that movie man. I was like. I'm telling you. I'd like jason. I'm about ten years younger than you. And i remember. That movie came. I was about fourteen focke. That's so fucking cool. Talk to me a little bit about that. Because i remember that was right around like that was who who who directed. That film is john slesinger. Yeah which was such a such a sophisticated movie in a way like it was. It was a really. That's a true film as opposed to movie. That's one of those movies. That i think i reserve the word but that was a great mood. Can you talk a good experience for you that john was an extraordinary film director. You know he made midnight cowboy yards thon man. The day of the locust. Far from the madding crowd i mean he he he was and he was very diverse. He also directed opera And so i walked into that movie as a gigantic fan and in the period after making the movie. John and i got along great We didn't have a good relationship during the making of the film. Because there was a sort of i i had a real devotion to bringing the character out very much in line which is not always be the case but in that case very much as as close as i get to who the real guy was and by that i mean you know physically vocally all of it and john was interested in and more impressionistic view of it So we kind of like butted heads a little bit. Yeah but it has a little bit on that but that said you know to be whatever i was about twenty two twenty three years old and you have the opportunity to work with john slesinger and alan daviel and and and then my my great friend timothy hutton. On the second thing that we did together E- you know it's a very memorable one. And also steve's alien who wrote the script was down there and we shot most of the film in mexico city and so even that part of it being able to spend time in in mexico. Which i'd only ever gotten down to rosarito before with a surfboard. Never never uh being down in mexico city before that it was quite a great experience and timothy hutton. Had done taps together and then this was you guys together. I remember it's always. I've always remembered that you know because there was a lot of press about back even way back. Then you are great friends and then you guys went. Did this film. i don't know it just almost. I always love that movie. No real question there other than just looking move. Also what i do. Have this daljit. When i hear the david bowie patna martini track from the so good. We'll be right back. Smart list is brought to you by solo stove. Similar lives best moments. They happen around a roaring fire. That's been my experience Maybe it's because i'm canadian. Or maybe just because i enjoy the outdoors but you don't have to be either of those two things to build. 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"penn" Discussed on SmartLess
"Spirit and so they'd have to right. Otherwise you because the alternative is just collapse. I mean fuck man. I i'm going to take shawn's what do you do for fun sean. I was just going to a a glib but what do you do for fun. What do you do in a world. That i get it. It's there's so much of what are the things that do bring you. I know you get a lot of joy in a lot of ended to to help out and be active. But what are the things when you just wanna fucking shut it down Well i guess on the on the static side. I liked to write on the active side. i love. I've always been a surfer and loved surfing. I have done less of it in the last couple of years. with all that's been going on than than at any other time of my life and i even know each morning as i wake up these days. It's like is this the damage get back in the water. And i am an turning sixty one. Next week i'd better get back in the water. So you're going to listen we're gonna come over. We're gonna celebrate. We're gonna bring some we're to go back to two thousand all four residue. We're just gonna fuck it. Let it all hang out. Take let her shoulders trump. Those things Writing and surfing sound sounds some pretty pretty pretty sane and responsible are. What's this stupidest shit that you're doing. I mean like is it like a bad reality. Tv show is like driving fast. Is it Eating inc a cookies and cake. You like when what. What's the idiot part of you doing. Well i think that you know you see you. Can you can watch too much cable news. There's no question about that. Because i think that there's a there's a thing we have called the nervous system that we wanna protect. Yeah yeah yeah. I literally so sean you need to know so last week we were out east and we just got back last week. Route easton and jason and and his wife and the kids came and stayed with us and me and my boys and So jason i are both early risers and he would come. He'd come in. And like i i'd be making a coffee and taking the dog out and stuff and jason like six thirty seven in the first before you even turns on the coffee machine. He turns on the fucking cable news. Which i never do. I stopped a long time ago. He's it makes me feel bad. Yeah right and i was like oh. I got to protect the way i feel. And it's on all day and we're on the east coast and it's a beautiful day and i was going to be. And he wants to do all stuff but he needs the soundtrack that that is eating away at his. It's where it makes you feel bad. It makes me feel good that these incredible journalists from my my preferences. Msnbc where these guys are shaping these opinions and articulating them in such a way where it helps dumdum like me kind of get it out and i like the way they take down some of these nincompoops that they're having to work you know next to and alongside and it relieves out the nincompoop. We're going to keep it way sean. Back to back to Wills suggestion of us. Taking ian going surfing okay. Well let's make it mushrooms. Let's make mushrooms sixty. I mean having played one of the most famous donors ever in the history of the world. What is like the worst drug trip you've ever been on. What is that well. It's funny when i played that part i had never done any drug at all and until after that But i i was. I was i had taken a twenty one hour drive. Direct from new york to new orleans checked into a hotel and thought. Okay it's a good idea to get something to eat before we go to bed about eleven o'clock at night make a long story short a walked into a bar where i got dosed. Seven hits liquid acid and went on thirty five our relentless trip to hell. That's not experience. I'd like to repeat worst place to do it to john man. Yeah that's a that's a place you just can't get out of you feel like you. You feel like you're broken that you're never gonna come back right. Yeah yeah of. Have you ever shown up a place like like in in in that sort of in that emergency time like every your boots on the ground you get there and everything's the world's falling apart and then like some local. There's a police here. we're okay like you know what i mean like. Is that ever happened. Had a weird moment like in a desperate time hasn't told the only the only place for example in haiti there's wind prior to two thousand ten if they saw movies at all. This movie theaters came collapsed. In two thousand and ten there were much more interested in the rambos and action movies. And so you had. You never got any distribution of the films that kind of films that i'd done. You didn't have a lot of people with laptop computers watching things. It was nothing like that. So i don't have a high visibility at all in haiti even today as an actor Interesting i'm going to say exotic place. Where i i was taken off. Guard by that kind of recognition was Forgive me not being able to come up with a year but it was in the week preceding the election. Call the appointment of medina jihad in iran. And i'd gone again for the san francisco chronicle to write a piece On that election. And typically. When i go to a place that's really a new to me. I like to Depending upon what time an airplane lands. I'd like to get up very early in the morning. And just take a long walk to kind of absorb the place. And i had had and i wrote about this kind of sense of iran as this sort of doom and gloom and chant Place which you know we'd heard all we'd heard about here in the states and in fact it. Was you know the people were so hip. They were so aware of american movies. I think the first thing that they talked to me about was twenty one grams which had the most sex and drugs of any movie. I probably ever did and they were. You know we love that movie. So that was. That was the most surprising The people there are extraordinary. Clearly they have a horror show leadership but But there are you know really extraordinary people in iran. So sean you turning sixty one Us kind of right on your heels if you're like us or at least You know we're we're we're halfway. Okay let's say i mean do. Are you living to one hundred. Sorry i we've never talked about this. You're.
"penn" Discussed on Think 100%: The Coolest Show
"I had the amazing opportunity to meet and to learn from just giants in the civil rights movement. Like you know Congressman john lewis Represented represented john lewis and also bernice a king. Use the doctor. The daughter of dr martin luther king junior. And you know. Even evelyn lowery. Joseph lowry and you mentioned earlier. Receiving the coretta scott king angel award from bernice king. You know just getting the inside that and by from people who have paved the way for me and has paved the way for voice be heard as activists and you know who i really like. I said have opened so many doors in rhode for so many activists of my generation. And the i stand on their shoulders and so that is something that absolutely has influenced me growing up from a very young age and that has continued to inspire the work that i do because people don't really know. Many of the activists within civil rights also acted this within environmentalism. If you look at joseph lowry. He was leading environmental justice and environmental racism Protest you know. And and i mean people don't look at that history. People don't look at the involvement of black dizziness people for decades and centuries even within sustainable living within environmental activism. but it's also interconnected. That's something that we've always known that connected with racial justice. Among so many other topics will. Thanks for bringing i mean. Obviously i admire of everyone you name and actually closed some of them Sister bernice Is definitely someone who i admire and and just check. If if you don't know bernie's king no not only is the daughter of got a great twitter feed folks who everyone check out of social media. Tv put the down. She knows you know. Hold nothing back. And but she's amazing. Obviously you mentioned Reverend larry and his wife but you also mentioned the importance often. John lewis as well may he rest in power one of our great beacons in the movement and you mentioned how all of them i mean. All of them are concerned with the environment and they. This is not new. They're not descending distant. Come up You know the past four or five or twenty years since from the beginnings of literally the ej movement and in many cases of modern day. environmental movement. folks like reverend lowery sister lowery Walter front roy. I go on this john lewis. I can go on and on and on and i guess my question to you is..
"penn" Discussed on Harvard Classics
"Introductory note william penn. The founder of pennsylvania was the son of sir. William penn a distinguished english admiral. He was born in sixteen forty four. His boyhood was marked by combination of pitas them with a strong interest in athletics and he was expelled from oxford for nonconformity. After leaving the university he travelled on the continent served in the navy and studied law in sixteen sixty seven. He became a quaker and in the next year he was committed to the tower for an attack on the orthodoxy of the day during his imprisonment he his well known treatise on self sacrifice no cross no crown and after his release he suffered from time to time renewed imprisonments till he finally turned his attention to america as a possible refuge for the persecuted friends in sixteen eighty two. He obtained a charter creating him. Proprietor and governor of east new jersey and pennsylvania and after drawing up a constitution for the colony on the basis of religious toleration sailed for his new province after two years during which the population of the colony grew rapidly through immigration from germany holland and scandinavia as well as great britain. He returned to england where his consultations with james the second whom he believed to be sincere in his professions of toleration led to much misunderstanding of his motives and character at the revolution of sixteen eighty. Eight he was treated as a jacobite but finally obtained the goodwill of william the third and resumed his preaching and writing in sixteen ninety nine. He again came to america this time with the intention of remaining but two years later he went home to oppose the proposal to convert his province into a crown colony queen and received him favorably and he remained in england until his death. In seventeen. eighteen pens voluminous writings are largely controversial and often concerned with issues. No longer vital. But his interpretation defensive quaker doctrine remained important and of fruits of solitude here. Printed is a mind of pithy comment upon human life which combines with the acute common sense of franklin spiritual elevation of wallman..
"penn" Discussed on WJR 760
"Two trips, now two turnovers for the Sparks. Minus a soco is check in for the first time here this evening, so Ochoa 69 to 35 freshman from West Africa. If I was a guard offensive, I would not drive on him around and recovered by Penn State goes down with John Harris. The big guy Working spends shots away. Good. Nice work that time by the senior from Ben Stain that seven and he schooled the freshman Sissoko. You're right. Nice shot there by her misused a 22. Penn State's got 15 with the ball. Josh Langford now goes over to Henry on the far side shot clock and 15 got 4 20 left in this first half the Howser now to lawyer lawyer back to house in the wing Wang for for 1000. He got it. Wow. How about that, Josh link for three. From the side for Josh Walk into the club 50 seconds. Pardon to do it really nice ex Penn State's got 15. Now driving right down the lane is Jones shot is no good. But Hera got the offensive board, put it back up and then well, Madison's ago went for the block shot. If he does, that, he's got to get it. He's got nine points, and he's getting ready to get a seat. A little Give and go. Soco gets a bounce pass from Lankford. He shot his gift and they say travel, so I think he's gonna take a seat. Thomas Kip here is coming back, and so is gay pride. He'll gather playing for that. I believe got a time out. Don't forget. At the end of today's game, we will pick our wall side windows. I off the last play of the game and also TCF is a proud partner of amateur athletics. TCF build strong communities by building strong individuals and businesses. FBI. See 3 38 left first half of play from East Lansing on its Michigan State. 25. Penn State 17. Good morning moment. Right here on the TCF Bank. Spartan Media Network Three. Finance your auto.
"penn" Discussed on The Patriot 1280 AM
"Penn Fed and sure, Brian Seaway. Hey, folks, I'm talking to someone. I hope you've heard of him. His name is Tim. I believe it's pronounced Tebow. I love Tim Tebow. How are you? Actually, when I was young, when I would like in T ball, step out, step up to the batter's box. Most of the time, it would be like On DNO. Now up to the plate is Tim Tebow. And so it took a while to actually get the Tebow part right? Isn't it terrible that you have to become famous before people pronounce your name correctly. I I have to tell you, you can imagine. Metaxas has not exactly easy for most people on dispelling it. Forget that, But you you've gotten a tremendous measure of fame in your life. People often use the term notoriety. That's incorrect. Okay, as yell English Major in a writer, notoriety is a negative thing. Fame, celebrity. Whatever people want to call it, you've used it for God's purposes in your life were just talking about a night to shine. When I first became acquainted with this summer, I just got tears in my eyes. It is so Beautiful. It is so beautiful. I hope you do these in Greece at some point, because I have family there. And this is showing the love of Jesus in a way that a lot of people even extensively Christian countries like Greece. They don't know this kind of a god. They haven't encountered this sort of thing. So I want to talk to you about What you're going to do this year, because obviously with covert it, you're not doing the standard events that you Ah, year ago. You did a regular event this year. You can't do it. Yeah, He looks a little bit different. And you know all the things that we're getting canceled this year, Eric. I just I just couldn't cancel night to shine. It was just too important in the lives or just too important. And so our team rainstorm and prayed works so hard and thought, OK, how can we find a way to still bring that meaning in that work? And what night is shine brings, Um, um to so many people that needed so desperately and We gotta be able to find a way and so we wait kind of went down to pass. And so we have two different ways that we can celebrate. People in one of them is gonna shine through and it's nice to shine. But it's really nice to shine Drive through, and it's a college shine through and it's really a parade version where we keep people say in their cars. But instead of walking down red carpets, they're driving down red carpets where they Stiller in a parade where they're getting celebrated. They get to experience it and There's even a stations where they stop it, Rossi and there's Carrie, okey and music and live channels and they can tune into from their car and get feedback and back and forth. It's awesome. And then there's also they get to go home and have virtual night to shine virtual experience that has special guests and three D animation and Chores around the world, and it's super awesome, and it's incredible or so grateful for everybody that's invested to help make that possible. And so we're just so excited about both those avenues and Him and being able to still bring that that meeting in that purpose. And that worked that every life that so desperately has been. Forgot needs it and s. So we're so excited and we're pumped about doing it and we're still you know, it's been cool. This is l C all the countries around the world and the doors that have been opened better. Getting involved in this and wanting us and and so grateful, And so you know, we're trying to get in as many countries as possible. Have. Do you know if you're in Greece, I'm not aware of what countries you're in. Yeah, We're right now We're in 35. Greece is not one of them, but we want to have in Greece. Well, I know you do. If you end up being able to pull that off, I would literally fly to Greece to be a part of that, because the message that you bring I mean, it's kind of funny thing, Tim a lot of people in America. They get this intuitively because our culture in many ways is culturally Christian, right, Like the idea of caring about your neighbor or caring about the bum on the street. Where's we should love him. What in most countries in the world that is the most foreign Idea. They don't have a culture that is foundational E Christian. And so even in America, every agnostic and every atheist knows we're supposed to care for the poor. We're supposed to care for the outcast. Everybody has embraced that idea. But I know that a lot of countries that you go into they have a very pagan world view. Or maybe a karmic Eastern world view that some people are blast. Some people are cursed. That's the way it is. And so by introducing this concept Uh, you're introducing. As I said earlier, the God What's right. It's changing the narrative. It's great. It's changing the narrative. It's asking the question. Why? It's also a lot of cultures that believe in honor and shame. Um, way more so than we do, um, here in the states, you know, to give you an example we've had, um, we've had, um some of our special guests be having been locked up for over a decade not allowed out of their apartment complexes because their families were so dishonor. By the special needs in which they have. But when they found out that there was an event ah, huge party that was for their loved one for their child with special needs that we were going to be honoring them that for the first time in over a decade, they would let them out of their apartment. And bring them because it brought honor to the family, and that is changing the narrative in places. It's also on in countries where they believe that you're born into a certain system into a cast. And so they will look like that. You stay where you were born in that What if I help you that I'm really disobey? You know the guys that put you there, And so we're trying to change the imperative of you know, that s so when we rally and shoot in Haiti when we're agreed re bring carrying kids in from all over the country. Then you would have some people, you know, Think we'll both have the same kids that Um, you know that we were sacrificing. You know that in voodoo that we were that they're not worthy. So you love them. We're just hanging. I wanna I wanna pick up right there. This is so valuable. We'll be right.
"penn" Discussed on KOMO
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"penn" Discussed on Wealth Academy Podcast - Wealth Is More Than Just Moneyhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/paullawrencevann
"We don't have turn those credit cards back in because it's actually would be damaging to our credit so we just take him. Put them in envelope. Put them in a safe deposit box and just put them away only in the case of an emergency and so until we get all those bills paid off and then at that point we can start getting a savings account going maybe put in twenty to thirty percent in our per per month and then we can look at getting an emergency fund. Maybe six to nine months down the road and then we start generating wealth at that point. At that point we start investing in different instruments. And then going back to your question. How do we get to a cash only basis where we can get there by penn off those credit cards and not relying on them unless a made more major purchase and pig cast for everything and that would put us in good stead and also for the family. The family is going to have to have money talk. We're going to sit down and talk about things and represents change. No one likes change. Not even me so we sit down and we have this talk and we talk it out and said well. This is our goal. I may not become a millionaire until much. I may not become a millionaire but you have a good chance to become one. If you seventeen years old over twenty a period of time they can become a millionaire right so that that's a really the way to go about it. Become debt free and then get in a cash only basis and then of course a heaven those talks with with those family members. Okay great entertainment question you have. What about Dealing with impulse buying and living above our means. I mean the we don't understand particularly i believe people the importance of that. I definitely you know have not been able to wrap my mind around. How do i control.