7 Burst results for "Peter Douglas"
"peter douglas" Discussed on We Saw the Devil
"Over this last weekend they started camping on the beach now, the rental houses on the beach like thirty feet from the ocean, and so they would build bonfires underneath the House on the beach and let all that smoke go up through the house trying to smoke them out literally. Had No effect there are smoked out the. Church and yeah, it's they've been constantly constantly protesting the group has been fairly quiet except for any mother. God. Did come out and scream I'm palay bitch and fuck you horrors as all the protesters were surrounding. The beach you see not only is she mother God somehow during her time during Hawaii last month, she also became Palay and per grew mag a cult member Peter Douglas commented during one of the groups live streams this last week that the local Hawaiians protesting were quote possessed with witchcraft and Voodoo, and they were saying that they were to Nile that Palay had returned. As Amy Carlson Stroud another member said that the local Hawaiians did not take care of the island. So palay has to return to correct this. Can you tell me who Palay s? So if you want to know exactly how offensive this is mother, God claimed to now this literal drug addict alcoholic hold leader went to Hawaii and the very, very, very spiritual and cultural center and said that she was the creator of the Hawaiian islands that Palay is the goddess of fire and volcanoes, and because of that the creator of why she's not even the creator of Hawaiian Punch okay. She wishes, she could even do that. So yeah, the people who I have been very, very offended and upset and good for them. Good for them. So lots of widespread protests over the last week the newspaper, the Honolulu, simple beat called crestone Colorado headquarters and a man answered and they said like, what are you? They asked him what is love has one and he said quote we're a group based on the ascension of the planet we. Focus. On astrology on weather patterns and mainly medicine. Our main form of work is the guy is whole healing essentials. We offer other types of healing modalities. So again, a newspaper called and he's still trying to hook their their their magical xers. Exactly I mean, it's it's seriously just elixir that they make in their hotel room and crappy rental house Oh that's great. Totally clean to I'm sure but again, they dig it an FDA warning. So we. So we mentioned they fled crestone Colorado. Okay. About a couple a little over a month ago, and why could that be have any of you heard of Preston Colorado before. You may have because the podcast up and vanished focused its entire second season on the case of missing crestone mom crystal rising her, and she disappeared from a full moon drum circle two weeks after she claimed, she was raped by two men from coal. Oh No, and I have to state currently that there is zero connection between the love has one and mother God for the most part and crystal rising disappearance like there's been. No actual concrete evidence thus far, Amy Paulson wasn't even in Crestone at the time of crystal's disappearance. So I do have to state that she was in mount shot chest at the time..
"peter douglas" Discussed on Around the World in 80s Movies
"Of that for the past few years the episodes you can find all of that information on with my buddy movie. CIA comedy trio this week continuing Alevis in order to get information very much like outrageous fortune in skies in trying to get information and get access to various places out in one thousand nine hundred eighty five it is a PG rated film it does have violence and language probably thirty eight minutes the main star is Chevy Chase Tim Matheson Joe Don Baker Dana Wheeler based on a novel in fact it's a character that's been in many many novels that were written right he book based somewhat on his and his fellow reporters many Zany author the Edgar Allan Poe Award for best first novel from the mystery hits productions ended up opting it for Columbia pictures the author himself was really sticking and so it kind of languished had originally been slated to be released in who are really Gung Ho on moving forward with the project shopped it around a lot of places to production rose now interestingly enough during this period Chevy Chase who happened to be a former holding him they ended up moving on Richard Dreyfuss George Segal were pursued but the ended up declining made it look like they were completely different projects even though the script was basically the same but it was Kurds vow to put up three point five million dollars to make the film the charisma records wanted to decline casting choices for fledged ended up mixing it in the end he claimed that he would be declined for the very same reason that Mick Jagger was movie making ended up being up getting bought by virgin records in nineteen eighty three that's when producer Peter Douglas Michael Douglas into the lead role and treat Williams kind of a backup choice for him connected with William Morris Agent Stan came in who would end up putting together a package you're shopping the project around universal pictures that are buying this package in that put fletch his novel they were really not interested in proceeding with it as it was and it was specifically aided stories at the time they didn't WanNa seem like just another film that was doing a lot of the producer Allan Grossman who was brought in by Peter Douglas to help him get the film made the main just of that script was that there was this beautiful wife of this Latin American dictator that was they same execs that didn't like the original script so they said about looking to stay with the original concept experience he had co written blazing saddles the inlaws but he was also himself an author of the alrighty cast Chevy Chase in mind and made it a Chevy Chase vehicle at least his wanton womanizing and some of the bad behavior with his ex wives that got in the hired hit plot of the film shooting went end up beginning in nineteen the novels but after so many starts and stops this was probably the best that we're going to hope for fletch effectively even if he wasn't quite the ladies man that he envisioned the character to be from his he prefers to be called by his nickname of fletch. Don't call him Irwin Pretty much in I undercover as a junkie trying to uncover the secret of a major beachside offer of fifty thousand dollars to kill him. The story is that Stanwick has to be killed so sending another scoop. Fletch agrees but he investigates best showcase of his often squandered talents he has to undergo several different a variety of famous names for his characters including Ted Nugent Harry Truman Dan due to the irony that donning over a dozen disguises allowed him to be in this film even though it was scripted by Andrew Bergman Chevy Chase ended up improvising a lot you flex was going to be as a Chevy Chase starring vehicle first and foremost off they would do each scene according to script and then they would do additional takes leading somewhat loose with their dialogue as well but they didn't want their characters to deviate restuffed but most of the fun comes from actually seeing how fletch gets in and out of sticky without being outed as fraudulent the absurdity in witnessing all of the other characters for instance one scene has fletch breaking into a.
"peter douglas" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast
"But if an essence of an in Queensland in you might have something that's closer to your home. But is there a favorite spot in Queensland that if there was a tourist coming from the United States or Europe that you would just recommend that's really special to you? In wise, it special. Hybrid scott. That's pretty actually my favorites. Was the jump up? I'm it's a bit of a disgra. We would west of. So Jim rough like you went through bit Moga country the top row and on a huge expansive on congratulated bull net and country. Law Mitchell grass grading it was absently make really had to just stop on top of the hill. And have a look at an camera. Just didn't give it Justice. They don't enough rhymes like the grass when they app for that thirty footy. I'd forty miles before hit one peci scrub and attend SAF. But Dan theory arrive the Cup of creeks in it and its in newest than win that would account at why. So as a huge expansive brass name, very few trees edits heavy has and I could wait had we had trace kitschy. And and you got in a very accessible spot is river the. It's just magic just it's patent Pasol of country. It's just beautiful in the territory, new of Victoria, and Queensland is is the is the nicest place of India. Okay. That was perfect perfect. Final question. And this is more for my own sake. Is why did you feel so comfortable calling me that bloody yank? I always had trouble with mines. I always connect someone to something. We've gotta go who is one of the senior public servants in. The secretary for like by some community budget committee, and he's a fairly fit. Looking Jackie does a bit of likely whatever liquid and the first meeting went to jail back, and you had gulled long be strucks insinuating that apply on allies funny penguins. What's the nine needle is macaroni penguin? And that's how I Christian that the macaroni penguin so new he was well, if you see the old gang say hi for me, and I will be in touch. But thank you so much, Peter like, I just good, Dave, yank blooded, bloody yank buddying. Take care. Okay. D- after's that is wrapped. I miss all this wonderful expressions. You almost need a translation book to understand. Some the words are saying I love listening to Peter Douglas, even when he's insulting me. It's such great stuff. Okay. So getting various sectors impacted by climate change to work together is not easy, and the interim model should serve as a case study on how to engage with rural audiences. He their experiences and learn from them just in detail note this episode has been many months in the making so in that time Andras dill. My first guest has moved on from interim Queensland, but his interview was obviously relevant to what's happening now, some final housekeeping don't forget.
"peter douglas" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast
"Now that you've heard from some of the professionals working in interim bodies I wanted to share with you some stories from people who have worked the land for decades. These are ranchers from Queensland who had to experience weather in climate firsthand. They had some wonderful stories in. Hopefully, it will give you a sense of the struggles people on the land have to deal with the field of adaptation is only starting to make its way into rural practices. It's been mainly in urban focus first office and balancer, and then Peter Douglas, I knew Peter for my days in Queensland, and it was a pleasure to reconnect both have just recently retired from ranching, but also have them on because they were members of the natural resource management body, representing landowners in their region. I hope this gives you a window into the challenges of living on the land. And what doubting the climate change will mean to these people working directly on that land. Their stories are awesome. Please stick around for all of it. All right. Let's head out to the Bush with Ambala jer and Peter Douglas hit actors I am back with. And balancer. Hey anne. How are you? Well, thanks, where are you at right now, where am I talking from actually living up just retard just being done yesterday at a nice bug room, which is on the Sunshine Coast, just briefly in Queensland. So you've just been retired for month. How do you feel if you've been adjusting to it nicely or do you feel like you need to get up and do what you used to do? I have this. I attack that when I first rive this couple of weeks. All I wanted to do and all it was Mr Bush was very much Cape associated with it, particularly the paint in the community. Amazing unique things out. They limp. You could describe a bit about that. So you owned was at Stockholm station was at the name of the property. Yes. That's correct. My husband, and I and three children in in nine hundred ninety and they we went through some pretty hard times in the crash of the wool industry in the light very light as early nineties and my husband had delayed craft heat needs to be Pollock for us to fly avenue channel for one of the companies is ago, though, he going to cross too because we have a lot of our country will Latrice them in five buffet press. And so he wanted to be able to see our country as well as nice tough times kind of long will eventually crashing. He took a pineap- two as well. So EAS guy to other properties and awful Sadie as well as. Ninety bites me night that has poisoned in to kill while though. Yeah. That's what happening is dies. And either the period at kids of pudding school initially. I toward the mice to the time doing school of business education as in school of the. Many years and then had a couple of outs of depression by that period. And in the two thousand he got very sick. And had another bout, and yes, he the actually died of a heart attack of boxing, diving two thousand. Now in that tone woods, which was aim as ago of actually live there a mind and and run the by so tragically the best coach Brady it was a great challenge as I two it's one vice to bring children as well. As really feel that you'll doing something or node eilly yourself and your fan might that. You'll you'll district end on have to sign at doing a real job full you'll country the virtual Matic thing losing your husband like that. I guess how long did it take you after losing your Huns? It's been did you make the decision that you're going to stick with it? It's hard enough. I guess with two people dedicated to it. Let alone doing by yourself. I didn't for me. It wasn't a happy decision. I knew that I really wanted to Stein era. It was the price. I wanted to be. I imagine that the be lots of ups and downs of challenges, which obviously that were, but I guess that happens areola some of the family name is film that it was guide to be not good idea for me to stay there..
"peter douglas" Discussed on America Adapts the Climate Change Podcast
"For instance. Wetlands wetlands are important from promo bodice point of view from an to manage point of view, but they're will to important from an agricultural point of view and also from a health point of view, because that's we tend to mosquitoes breeding, for instance, so the wine which people manage assets such as wet my end and to encourage consistency and synergy so that no matter who's seeking take action to provide better sort of response to climate risk that does actions consistent, and that I'd I'd actually diminish interest once hick in trying to improve the interest of of another second most of the people listening to this podcast will be Americans. And sometimes it's confusing to try to really explain what when you say like community engagement, and then even interim planning and how. I see it as all these different sectors. You said eight sectors. The interim bodies are probably one of the best platforms for these different sectors to actually come together in communicate with each other. I mean is that just an accurate way of looking at it. Good live looking at. Like, for instance, when we had the twenty seven floods in Queensland, he once once the land Skype stats, flooding and emergency services paper. They'll doing what I need to do when it comes to take to recovery. I looked at Reagan. Let results management bodies amongst others to be able to get out on the grand wick with the community and help the recovery prices. So what we find is that the natural resource management bodies, especially wife from the lodge population. Santa's a well-connected with community, but they're also I tomorrow laws resources on the ground. And we talked a little about this with Andrew Drysdale, but just a makeup of those interim boards. I mean, they truly are people on the ground that lit out in these rural areas, and that's that's correct. And the the regional bodies that we've got in Queensland they committee buys, but they're not all sign. They're not. They're not paddock up in the same sense of being out of statis- strata to what we say here is that there's always. Some tension. If you like some karate tension between having Representative members of the governing committees comment governing boards organizations and skills by s-. So what we're saying the number of the Raynal bodies having at blending representation and skills by sports side, for instance, that you have someone from the culture say someone from from the tours and take to someone from indigenous community that that's what made about representation that. There are sectors cycle. The groups that are represented on the management boards of as organizations, but I also for professional skills. I tended many of those regional groups collective board meetings. And they were quite a riot to go to I'm supposed to talk to Peter Douglas. You've probably crossed paths with Peter Douglas many times and for as an American. He's he's a classic Australian character, but represents the different voices out there that are working on these issues on that pay. Well, he's does channels cuisine based in Longreach. In the middle of the back you'd like the grass country in Queensland, lovely lovely man, Greige like Greige, but very very passionate about natural management the Canadian level. So he's he's one of many characters, and and we really fortunate in the community has been very heavily guide with the delivery of Rachel mattress management, and and paid, but many others that bring color and movement as well as as well as expertise, and and grounded voice because when when you start dealing with this you realize there's a number of voices that get Tyke into this Asian Magnette management. One of them's is Hans voice technical voice that the specialty information if and now there's a policy derail Mr. cagey information around outcomes, full weight and Fitch piss management water management and climate change. But as all sides lived experience. This. The the local the voice of lift experience, and what we look to do in the Rachel netra sore spots blend is three voices. So that the ad comes for the community. Federal the.
"peter douglas" Discussed on FanBros
"Marvelous. Half the cab. Every Kleiner hustle. Oh, head lied. I would be read they in a trailer like the trailer as an attorney, literally did not happen in the movie or like, oh, this is what we can say that some people don't notice it when they're certain scenes that that went out on the TV trailers that they literally digitally altered from the movie. The point one very great point when Kat was holding back toward the end cap is holding back thing. Those aren't pushing him back in the TV trailers. Only has two, maybe three gems at that point. He had almost all of them. He was just missing the mind stones. So there were lies. Don't tell me I don't care what Kevin them say y'all lying and that. You're, you're using the reality stone because you gonna make the story as you see fit going forward like that can do whatever they want. So I don't believe you. Weekend and the whole. They give away too much in the trailers. If you if you've been around for ten years in the MC you, they do this all the time. That classic scene in the trail aware. They're all running in the hulk is running with them even. It's, it's, it's brand are in the hope BUSTER like they do this all the time. And I'm actually glad because it doesn't give away the whole film for me. So you know whatever. And to that point, everyone saying, like you said that you know these deaths don't mean anything. Okay. They do all this. They keep saying this and then they do that. But, and that's another point. Everyone's like odor all come back into next movie, but I just said, you don't know what's going to happen. You don't know who's going to happen. This isn't over yet. Vano still has the Infinity gauntlet while at least he has the stones. Gone looks to be highly damaged gutless tests, but but it's still on his arm. People were wondering, you know, does he still have it all? It looks pretty fucked up. Why is the gems are indestructible, right? Because they are they most elements that make up the fabric of verse really. Does that mean they they can't be destroyed or sometimes in the books they have been. Sometimes they're indestructible. It depends who knows how to going with the movie, but there were intact at the end. It was the gauntlet that was messed up and I don't think the jets fine. Gems are good. They'll get gauntlet, definitely so, but they're not in destructible or not? They are. They are destructible scarlet which destroyed it? Yeah. Well, they aren't. They, they are capable of being destroyed. If if a greater Power equal Power in can, unless you have the time zone reverse. That's why door was able to throw storm breaker because I saw some critique about how you'll near was destroyed, but how could a hammer stop? They know it's because it storm breaker. This is something if you know. What storm breaker is for those who read hashtag, read the comics. This is alternate doors, hammer, which is a totally different Power level. Then from you'll near because some in the by Ross like that's not hurt of that's relevant to because you know, Heller destroyed meal nor because she's a God at cetera, et cetera, et war, caught Banos into chest. You know, maybe if he caught that sit right ever, but you know, he didn't. He got that droids. You shouldn't aim for the head. I agree. Should headshot double tap it. Even if the gauntlet was destroyed, they could make a new one because in that place where I think that they they had the mold for another. If each dwarf is name, Peter Douglas, terrier easy. But yeah. This. What else. With Bucky spending all that time. We'll Kanda. Why couldn't they much over what condom up in in like his leg ghost recon special that he was like fighting those demons with any whenever I thought his. Yeah. You use your dope Akande. Armagh is he spent things onto ball kinds of like I vibe Raynham arm. So I'm like, so what's not to turn into mega and you know. No. But I mean like it's true. I thought that was a missed opportunity like from the appear like comic type of you know, criticism. That's like I mean, like I have a few more. This is about movie other than the comic book reality of people coming back to, you know, to life death, but man, I thought, crap, all the. Did it at all for you. Like the whole, though the comic reality of death. All right. So I'll be I. Overly like then bringing batching gray was like mind, bottling, you know, like and then what they killed. Barry Allen, like at least I don't know. Like I thought it's up when they broke Barry. I to me and now it's become much more and more regular. Didn't that they Brooklyn Stacey back. I mean, it's like there's no one other than Ben. They brought uncle bent BAC not back. It's not that Gwen Stacy. Right, right. Okay. So technically she heard death is still there. I mean ban cheese. Shit, proud stars brother wore paths all the older probes here. Yeah. Well, there's been dead since I've been a king. He's been back bro. He came back in. I've seen him. So we've been talking about, here's my thing. If they all dot killed the same way, they're all gonna get reversed the same way. That's why I think Amora is different than the others like because they could easily bring back Heim dollar low key by saying some. She essentially is the stone. So I don't. Since we were all talking about why aren't gonna do more, maybe cats. She'll should've did more someone in the chat mentioned, Eric are mentioned where where the rhinos and absolutely yes, because the rial worth against the floodway because the rhinos were part of Harlem. Dr. Cobb is tribes of Ryan was the Ross vote. It was just the, I just. Gauri there. I assault the mcabe, nothing copy tribes but his people's. They have the shield. Okay. So they're the ones with the. That's learning. Everybody was there like, regardless of what they drew, everybody came back together and said, we stand of, right, let's do this together. So everybody was to. You're right. Was there? Yeah. Yeah. So. They should have been rhinos you're a hundred percent? Right said I didn't even think only made that doper was like, nah, we good. We agrees right. Also paint seven, five, seven said that they didn't want to give a white man to which too much Khandan TEK. And so that got arm didn't do anything for so regular. That's right. Lowy flow E going, you know, that's all you get H A estimating point half never. All right. Is there anything else before we get out of here tonight are we do have we got to the end in the end, we gotta talk about the Android, it's and our predictions for which trying to happen in vigil. For obviously, I've been might be the only one who does, but I was good with hooking homegirl from how I met your mother dotted and the end credits while Maria. Yes, he's talking. All God to-. Blooded she has. She. She's never been episode agent of shield right now. I think she was in. She wasn't the first season. She was not why she she was maybe early on. She was yes or the or the the winter soldier season when it connected. She might too. I think so there was a lot of flashbacks stuff there in that season. That was dope, but I, I can't remember what she was. Yeah, yeah, I didn't care the Berea hill was the one that the least fury. I was like, whoa, yeah, knit fury going out. I mean, he did get to go out with his best line ever though. You know to advocate the, yeah, it's. And in for everyone who doesn't know by now, I'm sure someone has told you, but knits is paging. Captain marvel. Now, the big question about this is that captain marvel is one of Marvel's most powerful characters. They've said that when she comes into M C you she'll be even more powerful than door. She'll beat the most powerful of injure. So where the hell she been. On that, very, I've got a few, but I'll we all have Barry so it could go many different ways, right? Every glowing with Iraq trying to introduce the whole time travel aspect because eventually gonna come into play. When you look at that thing that Nick fair use at page of kind of like old tech. So I was wondering, what's he paid her and current times was he paid to her in the past because in a way can also, and this may be a reach in a way you can link that to the fact that kept the marvel movies happening within the nineties. And perhaps this is some time begin to her back then in in her end credits for that movie, you're going to see the link to Infinity war and maybe somehow she comes back again could be reached, but I just didn't understand why that device was so old looking in comparison, everything else. And then the the other part of it was she has always been around just undercover and he's just paid her. Maybe it is interactive type transmission. Who knows though my my theory is that she off world, so I think that she's either I don't even think she's on earth. I, she's. Either off world with sword. So a lot of adult for those.
"peter douglas" Discussed on Inside of You with Michael Rosenbaum
"How do you say penetrate the hyman of the mainstream we're the ones who got fucked i mean it was waste of time and then we produced the movie speaking of stan winston from the aliens we've been reduced a we were one of the producers on a movie called the final countdown it which stars or kirk douglas and it has quite a number of stars in it and the director was a drunk the crew was a drunk nobody cared about the movie except for kirk douglas and peter douglas and i and and the movies okay but it could have been brilliant could have been the best but dropped the ball they you can see the interviewed me for the blue rate and i spoke quite frankly on it and i i'm quite happy that my interview is there because it's too good cautionary tale for young people trying to break in i think you're probably one of the most approachable god's there are hate i to see hate to see hollywood f you just told us hap solutely if you're a young hairless asian boy you come right up fact rob here's looking kind of goods that true no i mean look is there looked you make movies that can query approachable my say so these movies a hilarious but there's nudity and there's this and there's that would you say somebody said hey lloyd kaufman's a bit of a perv would you say no i'm not revert couldn't be more blues joie and marriage were all perverted though what is i don't know what.