18 Burst results for "Peter Fox"

"peter fox" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:32 min | 10 months ago

"peter fox" Discussed on KTRH

"Guards. The and also some of the border patrol. Uh, police help the national guards police the border in addition to the border patrol, along with offense, Nicholas wasn't a hurricane for very long but still did a lot of damage to the coast and hurricane season. Not quite over yet. As tropical storm Odette forms on the East Coast and another form another storm could form into Tropical Storm Peter Fox Weather's Adam Clots reports. We are still kind of right in the heart of hurricane season, and there's other areas to pay attention to. We've got a system. Currently moving across the Atlantic That's going to be lifting up into the northern Caribbean over the next couple of days, this one likely to become our next named storm. Of course, we'll be watching it as it happens, and we have been cruising through the names that next storm will be named Peter and we're going to continue into this season. That has already yes, Bennett active one so far this year. We're at 15 storms and you see, basically right where we would be on an average year for the whole season. Now this was anticipated, and we were expecting for a busy season. I'll tell you we've got another couple of weeks, probably until the middle of October. Until this really starts to wind down Ktrh choose time 53. In the coming weeks, the Texas Department of Criminal Justice will begin distributing the tablets tablets along with Chargers and earbuds. Two inmates at 10 prisons over 110,000 inmates will get a tablet that will be preloaded with the books as well as some educational and religious material. They'll also have some radio apps. So they can listen to music..

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"peter fox" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

01:36 min | 10 months ago

"peter fox" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"Yeah that super interesting. It's it's kind of Not dissimilar from what's happened to coal communities you know you have a community that is based on you know in in the case of the coast it's based on tourism or it's based on fishing and a lot of that way of life is going to have to go away if we keep having these storm so thank you for talking about that and while we're at it let's sort of recognized that around the world there's more climate refugees than any other form of refugees and the number of refugees in the world. Now is the largest. it's been since world war two. I think sixty million folks. So we're witnessing it all over the world stephen and in most places worse than in the us as tragic as it is here well. We feel the urgency here. We appreciate you coming on the show. Peter to talk through what transition looks like from your vantage point and your book is called power after carbon building. Clean resilient rid highly recommended for our listeners. Thank you so much for coming on the show. Well thanks for having me. It's been a real pleasure. Dr peter fox is the founder of the boston university institute for sustainable energy and he's a partner and chief strategy officer at energy impact partners. Catherine hamilton is the chair of thirty eight north solutions. And she's my regular co hosts catherine always a pleasure. Absolutely this was wonderful. We'll catch you all soon. We are a production of postscript media. Wood mackenzie you can hit us up on social media if you wanna comment on the show and we will catch you next week. Thanks for being here. I'm stephen lacey..

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"peter fox" Discussed on The Energy Gang

The Energy Gang

08:44 min | 10 months ago

"peter fox" Discussed on The Energy Gang

"The electric grid is a central pillar of zero carbon economy but in an era of unrelenting extremes. It's also one of the most fragile this week. What is power after carbon. Look like plus how is the swell of extreme weather accelerating and complicating the ship. Catherine hamilton is here. She's my co-host she's the thirty eight nor solutions and it looks like she is back in. Virginia that's right. It's beautiful and i'm super excited about this episode. Why are you so excited. Because peter fox penner is our guest and peter and i have gone through some of the same things at the same time. And i'm so i'm really interested to hear his perspective. That is right. Dr peter fox. Penner is the founder of the boston university institute of sustainable energy. he's a partner and chief strategy officer at the vc firm energy impact partners and he is the author of multiple books on the future of the electric grid. One of which we're going to talking about today and Dr fox penner is one of the go-to experts on the future of the grid. So welcome hi. Peter hi stephen hi kathryn. Thanks for having me on the show. It's really an honor to be here. So we're talking about your newest book which is called power after carbon building. Clean resilient grid. And i wanna talk about that book through the lens of your previous book. I think it's helpful to bridge the different decades that we're talking about here because it's remarkable. How different this decade is from the last when you wrote your book called smart power so that book looked at the new pressures that utilities facing around climate policy and emerging distributed energy and digitisation and those were all important forces but they are all still relatively new and utilities were in kind of an experimental phase with deploying them So let's go back to the smart power era first before we talk about Power after carbon two thousand ten. When this book was published feels like a much different time for utilities. We hadn't experienced this wave of bankruptcies restructurings that we saw in europe Revenue erosion from distribute resources was largely theoretical here in the us. Renewables were still pretty expensive. Cole was king. We weren't constantly dealing with simultaneous extreme weather events caused by climate change. Like we are now. So what was your thesis back then. For how change would hit the electric sector well. I was worried about the narrative. That utilities were dinosaurs. That were That needed to go away. If you remember the twenty tense. Where i would say. The tail end of the era in which Deregulation in the introduction of markets was thought to be an end all solution to all our energy problems and at the same time. I saw that for me utilities. Were going to remain very very essential players at the core of the transformation to a clean energy and a smarter energy ecosystem So i was really out of sync with the the thinking at the time and it was also an era of stagnant to negative sales which actually we are still in but we are now seeing the end of their was. You're absolutely right stephen. Climate change wasn't nearly as dominant a consideration as it is now. Resilience was a little bit of an issue but not nearly as big as it is now. And the the smart grin distributed energy as you mentioned. Stephen were seen to be the real threats that were going to take out utilities and create kind of a deregulated decentralized distributed kind of energy system. Yeah i was thinking through. What did we actually fund in that stimulus bill for smart grid and some of the things that we funded were super important like sinker. Phasers on the grid that would enable outages on the transmission system to really be spotted much quicker I don't know if you all remember but there was a blackout in two thousand and three that it took an entire year to figure out that a branch in cleveland took down the entire northeast. So that wouldn't happen anymore. We know that because of what we were able to install then there were other things that were sort of installed to make it the system slightly more efficient like volt far optimization and then there were a lot of advanced meters that were installed and this is where. I was disappointed in that. There were lots and lots of advanced meters installed in customer residences and yet customers were still not able to take advantage of what that increased visibility increased data about what they were doing and how they were using energy could that they could really optimize it themselves and engage much more in the grid now. What that means is we do have some equipment out there. And some digitisation that could be used to enable our grid and customers to benefit more We do have a lot more to do. But i think we're in a very different place than we were now on needing resilience and other services that have even more value than they did. Then one of the things that astonishing to me is just how quickly and fiercely. The frequency of extreme weather events has changed and it's caught a lot of people flat-footed many utilities included. What what are the things that change that you didn't necessarily predict yes. I did not foresee the pace at which climate change would intensify serious storms. and all of of what. We might call resilience events. I there were a couple of other things i'll just mention. I really didn't look beyond a ten year window at sales growth and therefore didn't talk at all about electrification and the upturn in sales demand that we're now on the cusp of a need to really intensify as one of the most difficult and important parts of climate policy something. We should probably talk a little bit more about. I did not expect the regulatory community and utilities to understand. All of my business model changes. And i was surprised. Many of them did down. That was something that surprised me. In a good way that there was much more willingness to talk about business model changes than i expected. Now many of them haven't yet occurred. They're in the process of occurring. I think changes very slow in any kind of infrastructure industry and partly. There are good reasons for that but in this case we need to really accelerate it as fast as we can. Another thing i didn't predict is the progress that we made we would make on some electrification technologies electric vehicles. Now the ones i'm driving. They're sitting right here in my driveway. Next to me are so much better and cheaper than i foresaw in two thousand eight when i started writing. It's and that's fantastic. So there are some things that moved faster and better than i foresaw and a couple of things that are lagging including the thing one of the things that catherine mentioned with not the digitisation of the grid which i think is advancing but the application of smart grid and smart pricing to all of our end uses is really moving quite slowly compared to the potential. That's there so peter. I i wanna give you huge props for this book. Which is incredible. You have loads of statistics and charts and literature taxonomy of approaches and solutions. But you also asked really important questions lay out different visions. And i think that's great because it makes us have to think a little bit about this so there are sort of three ways that you thought we could think about the future of the grid. One is much more localized smaller distributed. The second was Really having stole the grid With much many more pro sooners and deregulation and the third is sorted this combination of having both a large grid and a smaller grid Working together and i..

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"peter fox" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

09:18 min | 1 year ago

"peter fox" Discussed on The Film Vault

"This is on your list but my number two. He didn't appear in the credits as himself because he wanted to. Make sure that people knew was playing a wildly exaggerated version self talking about neil patrick harris. Heralding kumar go to white castle. Two thousand four drugged by danny. Leaner lehner liner. Those are lighter. The code writer. Jon hurwitz told the new york times anderson that they included a role for neil. Patrick harris has himself in the script without asking him. I if if neil turned down the role their second choice rough maggio. So i heard you know a lot about this number two for jonathan loser. I'm madame harris descript. He agreed to appear in the film. Is a character called. Neil patrick harris and is billed as such rather than being built as himself. Everyone knows that it's a version of himself. Not actually himself he doesn't like ferber's destroys gay. Man probably wouldn't like that anyway. Number two for john of the music is weeks. Decider was another hipster. Pick lines up with my number two hips through peak which is having cigarettes. But it's a very worthy bacon. I know because i saw wings of desire. Just i don't know about six months or so Now off successive here. It's not sure. Brian goddamn shit number. Two four mercer is peter faulk ones of desire. You know here's what he writes. Here's jonathan now. I've heard anderson speak unfavourably of this film saying that it's pretentious and artsy and that he was forced to watching a film school which i don't remember being forced to watch and film school but i'm very well might be the case. I know that i watch it. When i was a teenager and i watched it again just six months ago for an assignment for another show that i do Do not like any of those times. You do other shows honestly. I can't This is john honestly. I can't entirely disagree. It is angels a remake of this movie. If ever felt like homework this is it. And since anderson had to watch it and school for him it actually was homework. Movies were actually actual homework from. But if there's a bright spot to wings desire. Peter fox compelling performance as himself his scenes go down much more smooth than the rest of the movie and i couldn't agree more in recent memory of watching this movie within the last calendar year at least the last few months. I remember pitiful. Peter falk scenes. We're the only ones that are really liked. He as a fallen angel and news one scene in particular food truck talking to a woman. She's getting erica. Pacino hat seen a beautiful was the only bright spot in this otherwise ultimately pretentious movie. The perhaps i'm just not smart enough to to get very very likely. Yes thank you for this. So that's number two for mr moser number one then for you. Oh that's right jeeze crash. Because i'm doing all sorts of the you talked about it and it's unfortunate that was on your list. It's kind of kind of the as far as i can tell. It's the role that began this whole trend of people plane exaggerated crazy versions of themselves. And the aforementioned. Neil patrick harris and harold and kumar go to white castle. I always urge his career. I enjoy this movie. But obviously the very first thing that i think about when i think about this move when i hear what his movies not herald nor kumar as much as we like john on this program i guess the show but it was neil patrick harris playing the coked out ex ex crazy horny version of himself burgers burgers co writer. John harassed. I told the new york. Times that neil patrick harris had turned down the role. Their second choice was rough. Macho which. Brian already Alluded to this relaunched. Neil patrick harris's career right after this very very effective in funny seeing cameo that he was in the back seat doing cocaine you have to imagine. He's an luther out though but this one scene where we i see it. It wears off a little bit. He either has been around a lot of people which i probably has a kid actor. He's been around for a long time. He knows cocaine like you can tell. When he's he's moving his jaw. And i don't know what the licking of the the. The headrest twitchy does before he steals a car but he he knows a cocaine face and his eyes are bloodshot. It was just. It was done very well and it relaunched his career he got. How your mother right after this this role so i don't know it's interesting i if he doesn't take this role if he's not in era. If it's ralph macho. Is he in how i met your mother. Is he redoing He was hedvig angry. Inch z announced. Name me up. Put him on a a. Never sitcom you know what he'd be like the guy Where people are saying. Where's house or now. I don't know maybe not. Maybe he would have broke through because he's incredibly talented. He's incredibly likable. I like him so much Who's in the room recently. Had to work experience. That i'll not describe right now. Was it good or bad ono. Who knows good. He was very Particular what you can't blame them for that that's go. That's fine now. He ultimately right like he. He was doing a promotional thing for a big company and it was basically like the fuck out of the way. Let me just do this. I promise it'll be better than anything you can do. And it was right. So what you're saying is most actors should be like agency actors. But they neil. Patrick harris probably elevates a little bit above. Most actors took a pretty together. I mean he got his eye doc. Doctorate degree. I got a very young age true. Yes he was actually forming surgeries on fully. Grown adults. child was his friend's name. Oh vinnie vinnie up every now again. What's the guy's name is great. Droff macchia no. No i can see him. He's face vinnie's fantastic number. One speller cop out. You know what i so love. This is the end with everyone. Everyone in this is the end directed by seth rogan. Evan goldberg an interview with the guardian goldberg commented on influences contributing to the film quote. If you drill down to the core of what i do. It's just ripping off little bits of charlie kaufman. Who came up earlier and being john malkovich Rogan in goldberg told the interviewer quote. We always wanted to do a movie. This started off as a quote whereas a movie where people played themselves and something extraordinary happened. The initial version of the film was seth rogan and busta rhymes filming a music video And on the sony. Lot ant man from the center of the earth thank god they. They changed that. I mean that order been fun. Little video store exploded for a couple of weeks. Yeah this this movie. What's weird is you. Don't hear about his movie. My love people don't cited people. Don't talk about it that i don't hear people. There's just so much out there but this is fucking really. I'm gonna give you some fun. Trivia about this goldberg and rogan reportedly approached cameron diaz edward norton mila kunis and elizabeth banks to make cameos as themselves at james. Franco's party They had to turn down the offers due to the scheduling complex. Other films. The rule that emma watson played was originally written four mila kunis. The film was going to be shot in los angeles but in order to make it easier for the celebrities who cameos when they ended up doing chance to new orleans to save money of course tax incentives. It was easier for the celebrities to be in new orleans going to la for the celebrities. They change new orleans. Because it's like oh it's mardi gras in tax incentives. The only celebrity actually doing it actually affected by. This is cameron diaz. She couldn't do it because of our location conflict. I wonder if that's just like the story. Or if she i it they wanted for people they knew donovan. Work like this movie more. And that's only because i'm not a fan on even more clear. Call reminding the movie i know. I think that was very funny for everyone got it. I did not if it was me. I would have liked more than a whole lot more to fun. Things we talked about. Michael sarah robinson said quote. This is the epitome of not michael. Sarah fun fact. Anderson a dvd copy of this film..

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"peter fox" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:44 min | 1 year ago

"peter fox" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Also based on the life of any apple felled a little things. Very little things. All right, I'm leaving. I'll point something else. Hey, I know you have a lot of the secrets I'll pay you for. Uh yes. Photos. Well, here's a little I call this. The captain's movie critic. I averaged the movie's just average in my opinion. But it is very interesting because it's very intense. Is a very thinking type of movie after think through. And it could become very confusing. And, uh, I'll tell you one thing, every scene that is portrayed. You've got to listen to every word every character says because You can get lost very easily. But it is interesting. It is interesting in the aspect of detective story. And there is a very unusual ending. If you think you know the ending to investigations, this one will really knock you for a loop. But again, Denzel Washington is a character actor, and I thought he did a great acting trail. And here's my question to you guys. Now it's the truth. That Denzel Washington's detective character. Which is very similar to Peter Fox. Every Peter Falk in Colombo, very similar character. Was developed after Eddie Apple Phillips personnel. Yes,.

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"peter fox" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

Mt. Rushmore Podcast

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"peter fox" Discussed on Mt. Rushmore Podcast

"The matt worth more. This is jeff. Joined as usual by my good friends. Anderson and patty out and richard and michael richard and michael go head to head against each other in the mount. Rushmore vinnie given topic. But this time around patty anderson have boondoggle their way into the podcast to be guests. And michael is sitting here dumbfounded in richard just going with the flow so the topic that we are going to debate in discussing diller this episode. Is the mount rushmore fictional books in movies. Whose topic was this. you know. we've done the topics of movies and different topics regarding literature and books. So many times more podcasts. But i'm fascinated about how the power of literature often makes its way into cinema and it could Plot devices often Rotate around something important macguffin or a piece of knowledge or something that is found inside a book of some kind so i thought it'd be fun to discuss those things and not necessarily the real things like the holy bible or I don't know the nuclear launch codes necessarily but Fictional thanks so Michaels bret breath is coming up next week so it would have been the day before. This podcast airs. So michael you go first. Oh awesome okay. Well my first book. I think is maybe the most obvious choice. But when you're talking about rush more sometimes You do speak in An obvious language and that is the princess bride by s morgenstern from the film. The princess bride seven also analyst. Michael as should be guest judges or competitors patty and anderson. You guys can be like the ref in a ww matching. That's korea folding chairs in the closet. Will that help. What do you guys think of this choice. That richard michael of bulls selected. And i think that legs and i hope it's a leather bound. That sounds like a cabernet or this choice. The what is it about that book that made you choose that book in that film. Michael well for me. I think that there is like this. I think the film probably could have stood on. Its own without the kind of additional narrative of a kind of sick kid being visited by his grandfather reading this book. And you know there's just this really lovely kind of push and pull with You know fred. Savage in peter. Fox's kid that you know obviously in the mid eighties just wants to stay in bed and play video games while e sic not listen to his grandpa reading a story and I think the story itself works like if we just saw the princess bride a film it would probably be fun and funny because of all the Because the way it was written. But i think that there's just as added depth of It really personalizes the phil. And i just love the way that they keep kind of pulling out of the film to come back to The story being read and just little lines like You've already read that part and They kinda yada yada pass love scene and it just it really makes the film feel like it's being something that's red rather than something that's just being wash. It's it's a victory described film. And i think that You know william goldman it did such a amazing Like the screenplay for is just so perfect and i think that the addition of it being a within the film about the thing that they're talking about is just is just perfect and michael view. Read the book at longtime ago long long time ago probably like when i was twelve or thirteen sure so the book itself and i know this because we just read the book. Our kids in the last year is actually willing. Goldman presents it. As his abridged version of the story the princess bride by s morgenstern and throughout the throughout the story he kind of breaks up with like low sides about our of this is kind of s morgan 's satire on on the political scene in guilt earn in florida at the time. Making it seem like florence. Real place. It it gets very mad from book perspective and then you take that new filter in what's going on in the movie that somebody reading a book to a kid than there actually was a book called the princess bride and i just love that cat of all plays fun so it within the book is golden. Speaking as william goldman yes. He's s a version of oldman who has decided to abridge his favorite novel for kid. Which was the princess bride. Charlie kaufman kauffman esque before before cool. Okay that's great first choice for both of you guys You know anderson i. It occurs to me that. It's i don't know eleven twenty your time or something like that. You don't have to stay on. Don't feel what you have to. I have young children. This is the only time. I get your. You're welcome to our you guys. As in love pet anderson with this film as many people seem to put this shawshank redemption we also all like elvis costello on their my space profile. I would say yes Mostly because anderson. And i actually happened to be on a social zoom. Call once a week and One of the Things that we discussed this past go round was We get into a debate on the most quotable movies ever and the princess bride actually came up as one of the most quotable movies So i mean. I i have no issue speaking for anderson and myself when i say yeah of course we love the movie. I mean i. I'd be curious to meet the person who doesn't love the movie you know. There's there's definitely going to be some Political or perhaps psychological issues with a person who does not love this movie. One one might say it's inconceivable you okay cool. So that is richard michael's first choice. Richard what is your second choice all right so my second choice is from the movie. Misery that it's the book misery returns. Which is the book. That paul sheldon is forced to write Also on my list. There's also little balls. Oh boy i the book that he is forced to right. After he's been waylaid kidnapped hobbled all sorts of things by by any has captor. And i love the idea that it turns out to be his favorite book.

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"peter fox" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

05:45 min | 1 year ago

"peter fox" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"M. J. History happening tonight in Cleveland, Ohio, President Donald Trump debating Democratic presidential nominee drove by in their first face to face in the campaign, joining us live on the first Midwest Bank hotline. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Peter Mayor Peter Thank you for joining us from what we understand Joe Biden's been holed up with his briefing books and doing Mark debates in such President Trump Not quite as intense in terms of preparation from what we understand it is that is that true? Has he been boning up? Yeah, That's what we're hearing from the correspondents who are covering both sides. You know, Jean, this is the 2020 World Series of politics, but you know there's a pool every day, but the one that caught my eye is a political morning council pool that says 86% of voters say their minds are made up on who they're going to vote for it and just 14% say their minds could be changed. But you know that could be very crucial number and you have to know that both of these candidates are going to have Wisconsin on their minds. On that debate stage over in Cleveland, Peter what is the best way for the candidates to go about it? The president will tell his achievements. Joe Biden will talk about what he would do going forward. Yeah, You know, I think, Jane, you nailed it. There are risks, though. For both of them. Biden's going to need some thick skin to stay focused in the expected face of harsh attacks by the president on Biden. Sons, hunters foreign dealings with Now you have these New New York Times revelations that cut into into that, you know, saying that Trump was heavily involved. At least his businesses were heavily involved in in links to Russia. Biden allies would tell you that he can't afford to let those kinds of attacks on his son set him off. They hope by will stay focused. Above all. They hope he won't lose his cool. If Trump goes for the kind of personal insults that he likes CBS NEWS, White House correspondent Peter Mayer joining us live on the first Midwest Bank Highland Peter, There has been this Back and forth about President Trump saying that Joe Biden is on performance enhancing drugs. He wants a drug test and that Joe was slow and other things and Joe Biden saying, Come on, let's just go. You know, I'm ready for him going to show you how slow I am point being that President Trump has set the bar very low for Joe Biden to the point where some experts were seeing if Biden It is just merely average. He's going to look great in the eyes of some voters who maybe haven't made up their minds because again, the expectation set by the president is so low. You know, I've been covering these debates Jean going back to the Reagan era. And I can't remember the expectations being set this way by one candidate against another in Trump may have set a trap for himself by constantly raising doubts. About Joe Biden's mental state and jabbing it. Biden with Sleepy Joe tag, So the question over the debate stage tonight will be did Donald Trump lower the expectations on his opponent's performance? In this crucial face off. After all, Biden served eight years of VP. You know, he's had 30 years of Senate debates more than 30 years and and then all the debates he had this year, so You know, Biden has to be on his game. That's for sure. Tonight. Too Blunt these attacks from Donald Trump's Peter Fox News. Chris Wallace is going to be the moderator for tonight's face to face. And he says he is not going to be active is a fact checker during the debates, But how important is it for him to keep both of these men on time and to cut them off if they're not answering the question? Oh, I wouldn't want to trade places with my friend Chris, would you, Jane, You know it. Answer your question. I think it's very important. And as we saw in the 2016 Trump Hillary Clinton debates You know he His tactic is to constantly interrupt and try to keep his opponent you know, off off their topics on DH. Speaking of topics, Chris Wallace chose the topics for tonight. The pandemic, the economy of the Supreme Court, integrity of the election, race and violence in cities that hits home for Wisconsin and so many other places and the Trump and Biden records. So the candidates, of course, they're going to try to choose their own topics, a cz they go at each other. CBS News, White House correspondent Peter Mayer. Joining us live on the first Midwest Bank hotline on W. T. M. J. Peter, thank you so much. Let's do this again soon. Hey, I'd like to, you know the pundits were going to say someone one tonight, but it's going to be the voters in Wisconsin and elsewhere. We're going to decide. And there are so many news cycles to go. Jean and Jane. Amen to that, Peter. Thank you so much. And don't forget our coverage of the debate starts tonight. With Scott Wars at six. Little pregame the debate itself 8 P.m.. And then afterwards, Scott will be sitting in taking your phone calls throughout the night here on W. T. M. J time. Now for news about your money. Here's the namesake, Tony Drake with the W. T. M. J. Drake and Associates. Get update markets rose yesterday as Wall Street built on strong gains from Friday amid hopes for a new deal on the U. S fiscal stimulus and several corporate deals. The Dow Jones industrial average closed 410 points higher while the S and P 500 game 1.6% and the NASDAQ climbed. 1.9% sentiment on Wall Street got a boost after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said on Sunday Ah last minute Corona virus, a deal remains on the table. As House Democrats trying to forge ahead on a smaller aid package costing about 2.4 trillion, But that price tag is still well above what Republican.

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What to watch for in the first Biden-Trump debate

Wisconsin's Morning News with Gene Mueller

04:20 min | 1 year ago

What to watch for in the first Biden-Trump debate

"Debating Democratic presidential nominee drove by in their first face to face in the campaign, joining us live on the first Midwest Bank hotline. CBS NEWS White House correspondent Peter Mayor Peter Thank you for joining us from what we understand Joe Biden's been holed up with his briefing books and doing Mark debates in such President Trump Not quite as intense in terms of preparation from what we understand it is that is that true? Has he been boning up? Yeah, That's what we're hearing from the correspondents who are covering both sides. You know, Jean, this is the 2020 World Series of politics, but you know there's a pool every day, but the one that caught my eye is a political morning council pool that says 86% of voters say their minds are made up on who they're going to vote for it and just 14% say their minds could be changed. But you know that could be very crucial number and you have to know that both of these candidates are going to have Wisconsin on their minds. On that debate stage over in Cleveland, Peter what is the best way for the candidates to go about it? The president will tell his achievements. Joe Biden will talk about what he would do going forward. Yeah, You know, I think, Jane, you nailed it. There are risks, though. For both of them. Biden's going to need some thick skin to stay focused in the expected face of harsh attacks by the president on Biden. Sons, hunters foreign dealings with Now you have these New New York Times revelations that cut into into that, you know, saying that Trump was heavily involved. At least his businesses were heavily involved in in links to Russia. Biden allies would tell you that he can't afford to let those kinds of attacks on his son set him off. They hope by will stay focused. Above all. They hope he won't lose his cool. If Trump goes for the kind of personal insults that he likes CBS NEWS, White House correspondent Peter Mayer joining us live on the first Midwest Bank Highland Peter, There has been this Back and forth about President Trump saying that Joe Biden is on performance enhancing drugs. He wants a drug test and that Joe was slow and other things and Joe Biden saying, Come on, let's just go. You know, I'm ready for him going to show you how slow I am point being that President Trump has set the bar very low for Joe Biden to the point where some experts were seeing if Biden It is just merely average. He's going to look great in the eyes of some voters who maybe haven't made up their minds because again, the expectation set by the president is so low. You know, I've been covering these debates Jean going back to the Reagan era. And I can't remember the expectations being set this way by one candidate against another in Trump may have set a trap for himself by constantly raising doubts. About Joe Biden's mental state and jabbing it. Biden with Sleepy Joe tag, So the question over the debate stage tonight will be did Donald Trump lower the expectations on his opponent's performance? In this crucial face off. After all, Biden served eight years of VP. You know, he's had 30 years of Senate debates more than 30 years and and then all the debates he had this year, so You know, Biden has to be on his game. That's for sure. Tonight. Too Blunt these attacks from Donald Trump's Peter Fox News. Chris Wallace is going to be the moderator for tonight's face to face. And he says he is not going to be active is a fact checker during the debates, But how important is it for him to keep both of these men on time and to cut them off if they're not answering the question? Oh, I wouldn't want to trade places with my friend Chris, would you, Jane, You know it. Answer your question. I think it's very important. And as we saw in the 2016 Trump Hillary Clinton debates You know he His tactic is to constantly interrupt and try to keep his opponent you know, off off their topics on DH. Speaking of topics, Chris Wallace chose the topics for tonight. The pandemic, the economy of the Supreme Court, integrity of the election, race and violence in cities that hits home for Wisconsin and so many other places and the Trump and Biden records. So the candidates, of course, they're going to try to choose their own topics, a cz they go at each other. CBS

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"peter fox" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

03:13 min | 2 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"The. Nineties I believe somebody else took up the the property as far as the books and road all of. These. Stories which Colombo gets involved as at doing his detective work. With real life. crime is an so Colombo. Ripped from the headlines. So Colombo Solve, the Kennedy assassination Colombo Colombo, and the Charles Manson murders just no lines says finds out where Jimmy Hoffa is buried on the I don I don't support approve of that. You can't have Colombo without Peter Falk Full Stop period I'm I'm saying somebody out there in your in your. listenership. Is Missing Columbus off a like mystery novels. Maybe they get their jollies off of these these books which you can still find on Ebay very cheap. Okay maybe however also, Mrs Colombo shouldn't be because again part of the ethos of the series in part of the genius of the series is the character you never see anew new you're not even really sure exists that that is that is part of the DNA. You can't break that by then having Mrs Colombo Have Series I don't that doesn't work that. That is outside the universe for me of what makes this series special and it should eat her breaks. The Spanish. Should be said that this missed the Mrs Colombo I think maybe nine, hundred, ninety, one or nineteen, eighty, two on NBC. The producers of Colombo were completely against the idea Peer Fox is not on any of the episodes I mean it's it's a it's no longer this outside the universe and it's not very good either. Rick do I have to ask you if you're a Kate mulgrew I? Don't I know you are. But I'm. This Ryan's hope thing caught me off guard everybody else knows that Kate mulgrew captain Jane on Star Trek Voyager right kind of I'm kind of shocked at Cindy in would well, they say if so was her defining role. Maybe their soap opera viewers or maybe Cindy's a soap opera viewer. But of course, it's Janeway I mean that's the defining role period. So. Peer Fox real life wife was in at least one episode. Did she appear in more? Did they meet on the Colombo set I have no knowledge of any of this. I've done all the work on this. Okay. Who was she? Okay. Sarah Denise. Oh. Okay. Sure Boys. So she was she was she was in a lot of TV shows for many many years right when she was a character actress before. before to Peter Full. Peter Fox second wife she was in six episodes between. Between, the. The NBC. ABC in she only played the killer once in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, one ABC episode called Murder Of a rock star..

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"peter fox" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on 710 WOR

"One the okay but I didn't pick Samantha she well here's the woman that I could never obvious that's what exactly because it's boring if it's obvious why mine are better than yours how you want to place it listen to the voice and you will know who it is can hi moms to enjoy our new found friendship well Kerr to make me a sandwich Andorra I asked you to make me a sandwich make it yourself Deborah during you're a self and then choke on it yeah hi Samantha's mother played brilliantly and memorably by the great Agnes Moorehead who had the best number the red hair Natalie and she would just come in and she hated would all Derren Litten got about that character that is degrading she was a great care too big a lesbian Agnes Moorehead was and that was real life or on the show I don't know in real life now she's a famous Hollywood lesbian or get that out thanks for caring well it's always good pour in in this part is that right it was a big a lesbian she lived on Roxbury drive and for some reason you know Peter Falk my pick yesterday's Colombo he lived in Roxbury drive to and I have a friend who lives on north canon drive in Beverly hills and I often stay with her when I'm out in LA and I go for a jog I love jogging along Roxbury drive because you can run by Lucille ball's old house Jack Benny's house Peter fox house and hurry up I want to do my good the winds exist more right so we can we move on I find it okay so my character manages all right out of the winter how Joe well that's a good one all right all right fine the jobs of mine comes in a show that you like the show we.

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"peter fox" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on Mike Church Presents-The Red Pill Diaries Podcast

"But that is not the end of the story more than anything to story of Our Lady of grown grow of the ground retour should give us boundless hope for the future Professor Perennial co-head Jonah. Vada learn about the growing return during his trip to Europe in nineteen sixty to nineteen fifty two as a slave of our lady according to the method of Saint Louis De Montfort. He was keenly interested in the story of Our Lady of the Golden Restore. It was obvious that the world did not convert even after the horrors of the second world. War Is the Devil Day of Our Lady. He was convinced that another even more terrible chastisement with therefore come drawing on the words of Our Lady of Fatima in the Writers Saint. Louis Dumont four professor plane. Yo- if Partha is that this chastisement would be characterized by confusion into Catholic church and a terrible persecution of Catholics. After suffering terrible chastisement in an era of peace would begin as our lady of Fatima predicted. This ran American not come without many many many conversions. Total conversions in the same line as Saint Paul conversions not just individuals but of whole nations. We need a very special grace. Our Lady one that would be analogous to that of pentecost for the apostles just as it was impossible for the apostles to go out and convert convert all nations without the coming of the Holy Ghost at Pentecost. We will not have the strength to build the reign of Mary without a very special grace and it will be completely unmerited just as pentecost was unmerited by the apostles who had fled are lower during his passion. Saint Louis for alludes to this grace of conversion his writing and professor Plano developed a whole theory about it and named his future. Grace the wrong retour. The cran return more than anything. The ground rid door is our great hope for the future. We have hope that our lady will pardon US curious. Convert the world and inaugurate the reign of her immaculate heart. Most important of all we must all stay at our post fighting with all that we have until that day of Our lady comes written by James Bascom of the tradition family and property. That includes your chivalry Friday. And I'll just offer that what a story What a bedtime imagine Peter Fox telling that story to the kid in the bed and the princess bride. Well let me tell you a story about our Lady of Grand Return. I love telling these stories and I love them more because they need to be formally told to your kids. Gentlemen you need the play. These two other men. It's not sissy time. It's night time K night time. This is what we do folks by Honoring Our Lady. We practiced chivalrous art of honoring Our Lady's our wives mothers our daughters. Our neighbors are aunts. And anyone else that we know you see the connection Bats Chivalrous Knight. Does bats why. We've established Friday. Chivalry here so I have another challenge for you. Go Out and commit an act of chivalry. Today Sparrow woman from having F. Bombs dropped in her presence for example Even if she's going along with it there's a soul there at all respond to enact shivering on Chevrolet Friday right me. Tell me what it was. I'd love to hear the story. King DUDE AT MY CHURCH DOT COM to build the reign of Mary without a very special grace and it will be completely unmerited just as pentecost was unmerited by the apostles who had fled our Lord during his passion. Saint Louis Dumont for alludes to this grace of conversion in his writing and professor. Plano developed a whole theory about it and named his future. Grace the chrome retour the CRAN return more than anything. The door is our great hope for the future. We have hope that our lady will pardon US curious. Convert THE WORLD AND INAUGURATE. The Rain Avert Immaculate Heart. Most important of all we must all stay at our post fighting with all that we have until that D- Day of Our lady comes written by James Bascom of the tradition family and property. That concludes your chivalry. Friday I'll just offer that. What a story What a bedtime imagine Peter Fox telling that story to the kid in the bed and princess bride. Well let me tell you a story about all eighty of grand return. I love telling these stories and I love them more because they need to be formally told.

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"peter fox" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"But that is not the end of the story more than anything to story of Our Lady of grown grow of the ground retour should give us boundless hope for the future Professor Perennial co-head Jonah. Vada learn about the growing return during his trip to Europe in nineteen sixty to nineteen fifty two as a slave of our lady according to the method of Saint Louis De Montfort. He was keenly interested in the story of Our Lady of the Golden Restore. It was obvious that the world did not convert even after the horrors of the second world. War Is the Devil Day of Our Lady. He was convinced that another even more terrible chastisement with therefore come drawing on the words of Our Lady of Fatima in the Writers Saint. Louis Dumont four professor plane. Yo- if Partha is that this chastisement would be characterized by confusion into Catholic church and a terrible persecution of Catholics. After suffering terrible chastisement in an era of peace would begin as our lady of Fatima predicted. This ran American not come without many many many conversions. Total conversions in the same line as Saint Paul conversions not just individuals but of whole nations. We need a very special grace. Our Lady one that would be analogous to that of pentecost for the apostles just as it was impossible for the apostles to go out and convert convert all nations without the coming of the Holy Ghost at Pentecost. We will not have the strength to build the reign of Mary without a very special grace and it will be completely unmerited just as pentecost was unmerited by the apostles who had fled are lower during his passion. Saint Louis for alludes to this grace of conversion his writing and professor Plano developed a whole theory about it and named his future. Grace the wrong retour. The cran return more than anything. The ground rid door is our great hope for the future. We have hope that our lady will pardon US curious. Convert the world and inaugurate the reign of her immaculate heart. Most important of all we must all stay at our post fighting with all that we have until that day of Our lady comes written by James Bascom of the tradition family and property. That concludes your chivalry Friday. And I'll just offer that what a story What a bedtime imagine Peter Fox telling that story to the kid in the bed and the princess bride. Well let me tell you a story about our Lady of Grand Return. I love telling these stories and I love them more because they need to be formally told to your kids. Gentlemen you need the play. These two other men. It's not sissy time. It's night time K night time. This is what we do folks by Honoring Our Lady. We practiced chivalrous art of honoring our lady's our wives or mothers our daughters. Our neighbors are aunts. And anyone else that we know you see the connection Bats Chivalrous Knight. Does bats why. We've established Friday. Chivalry here so I have another challenge for you. Go Out and commit an act of chivalry. Today Sparrow woman from having F. Bombs dropped in her presence for example Even if she's going along with it there's a soul there at all respond to enact shivering on Chevrolet Friday right me. Tell me what it was. I'd love to hear the story. King DUDE AT MY CHURCH DOT COM to build the reign of Mary without a very special grace and it will be completely unmerited just as pentecost was unmerited by the apostles who had fled our Lord during his passion. Saint Louis Dumont for alludes to this grace of conversion in his writing and professor. Plano developed a whole theory about it and named his future. Grace the chrome retour the CRAN return more than anything. The door is our great hope for the future. We have hope that our lady will pardon US curious. Convert THE WORLD AND INAUGURATE. The Rain Avert Immaculate Heart. Most important of all we must all stay at our post fighting with all that we have until that D- Day of Our lady comes written by James Bascom of the tradition family and property. That concludes your chivalry. Friday I'll just offer that. What a story What a bedtime imagine Peter Fox telling that story to the kid in the bed and princess bride. Well let me tell you a story about all eighty of grand return. I love telling these stories and I love them more because they need to be formally told.

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"peter fox" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Only a few feet that she was going to go through that hatch to my partner, who is waiting for her. And he also had air sources for, if, if need be. But it was a very. Quick through the hatch and you're on the surface within two second all the victims have taken to the hospital, one listed in critical condition punishments being handed down. Now after that student with autism in Indiana received a trophy for being the most annoying at a school awards. Luncheon, the Gary school district's schools, principals been placed on administrative leave and three teachers have been served a preliminary notice that their contract will be revoked Alan Arkan now. Alan Arkin now has a star on the Hollywood walk of fame. Eighty five has been an actor for more than fifty years. He's great. He ever seen the in laws with great love that movie, Simon scraping that. Yeah. Go Argo here. He was over the weekend. Accepting the Hollywood walk of fame. I don't really feel like I deserve this. But by the same token, I singled, two years ago, and I didn't feel like I deserve that. I love that inlaws when Peter FOX. Zigzag zigzag. And Steven Spielberg writing up. So it's for a new horror series with an interesting twist. You only be able to watch it at night. The series is known as Bill Berg's after dark, and you'll only be able to see it after midnight, the show will be linked to your phone. So it always know what time it is where you are. If the sun's out instead of being able to watch the show you'll see a countdown clock until midnight project is gaining buzz not just because of the idea. But because it's the first time Spielberg's written anything himself in more than fifteen years, and on Wall Street, the markets have just opened..

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"peter fox" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:24 min | 3 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Bill and it's Wendy Snyder, welcome to the show. When do you've known Steve Cochran about, as long as I have? Yeah. I think he genuinely feels bad for what he's done today. Well, I do too. Here's why because you keep bringing it up like let me like an to if I buy a new pair of shoes, and I love them. And that's all good. I don't ask anyone's opinion if I'm if on it. That's when I say Jim do you like these shoes? Because if you second guess, yourself someone else's opinion on what you've done or purchase, right? Ten year. Not sure of it. True is bringing it up those shoes look great anew, by the way, thank you. I didn't need invoice on these. But he for those of you who don't know it. I'm not going to give away too many details. He he shared something with the listening audience that many people in the listening audience did not want to hear. Is that fair to say, but who who leaked that? That's just sucking. That's all I can say read. I mean agreed the shows on at three thirty today. If you don't give away too much. Hugest, totally did know the show's on thirty you can watch. That's what I'm going to be doing. What else is on reading rainbow. I'd want that to judge Judy maybe don't ruin judge Judy for us, please. How does this stuff? Get leaked. I know social media. But sometimes you can avoid things don't they signed something, everybody involved. Everybody involved in well, they have studio audiences, and all of that, to give it didn't things happened a while ago. Why didn't we know then I don't want to say anything because I think we I think just in reiterating it, we've we may have already crossed the line already out there potato. Like to be the first person to know something relative would always call everyone family. They play a game where whenever somebody in the family dies my mom's side of the family love this. Did you hear they would call up, you know, Martha's dead? I don't like to be that pro. I don't want to be that person, either. But, you know, how people like you, you've done this, when you get alerts it's like, oh, no. Hey, I, I'm I may be the first person in the room to know something, you know, that everybody likes to have the ability. Sometimes I didn't get any alerts on this one. Well, because this one really doesn't fall under the earth shattering. I mean for, for, for the world of pop culture, it's a big deal. But in the in the general scheme of things pretty big news story. It is totally perpetuating the error here. Well, that's why I want to say we should all just stop listening to Steve Cochran in the morning because this has got to stop. I heard literally things wait a minute. Dean barely tuned in for Mary's traffic. Very what time exactly are the traffic reports because that's that's warranted. Well, that's a good question. All right. So that's a little behind schedule. Do you remember years ago? I don't know if you'll remember this at all the movie, the six cents came out. And for those of you don't know it has kind of a surprise of spoiler alert. And there was a columnist here in town, who ruined it in his column to remember this. I did we talk to the spirit serve cups in it. Yes. So we you and I were doing mornings, Acuna one and income column. Which I read every day to find out if it was Peter FOX birth, birth gain, Peter Faulk eighty JD tearful, Peter fuck Adelson priceless. So I said boy, if you didn't see six cents because at that point, it was out three weeks. Right. And he said audiences still shocked at the end of six cents to find out that and he said exactly what happens at the end of success. And I said, well, you can't. How can you be a responsible journalist and put the end of a movie like that? So you said, well, we should call him. And I. We'll Irv cups and it doesn't just pick up when you call her cups in it. You get as his assistant stellar. You get his answering machine, you don't get Irv cups in it. So we call them on the air. Hello. You picked right up. So then you take it take it, and I go Mr. cups in it with all due respect in today's column. You put the end of a movie, and he got very surly. And he said, well, that's up to me, isn't it? Well, it is. But there's a lot of people who are anxious to see the movie and you put the end of the movie, and I said, well, he goes, that's the point of the story is to say that audiences were shocked go. Well, now they won't be thanks to you there. No one's going to be shocked. You just printed, the end of the movie. Well, you sure there wasn't crying game 'cause I know somebody did it within it was six that God. I don't remember us doing that. We used to be really good. Remember that ended for he was a woman. It was a shocking ending. Absolutely right. I just I know as talking to Vivian off the air and, you know, thing producer things get spoiled much quicker. These days, thanks to the internet. I gotta tell you. I didn't know. Right. Right. I didn't know things. But if you were the internet with any regularity as the day, went on would probably be privy to the information, but I would have kept it to myself. But no on Steve side. It seems almost irresponsible, if there's a major story because this in the winter, it wasn't enough to get an alert show business. It's a big deal. Right. So then the next day people would go, hey, you knew this. And you didn't talk about it at all. How did that play out? Well, that's when you say, we are polite. Yes. And we waited till everyone had. I'm done talking because we are ruining and even. All right. But although it's ruined for us. So let's root for everybody. That's how I feel. No. That's horrible. That's horrible. That's just what happens these days. But no. When you read a story, aren't you don't you want to wait a minute or two first to see if it's accurate because this could there's a chance. This is an inaccurate story. There is. Yeah. Isn't it doesn't it? I don't I told you I honest to God, I tuned. They didn't want to hear anything. Nobody could have leaked this incorrectly possibly. I'm hoping that nappy fine. And that. Yeah, it would be that would be awesome sauce, Friday prefers right? Right. I like a man named Ken Jennings. Could have just as as he show. Come on. I thought we weren't going to all right. We shouldn't right? But I'll say this, though. Well, I think this is going to be a real boost for ratings. Right. For B regard. We, we should have just left it on the Cochran show where it belonged. Yeah. We've now we can ruin our own things. We've already ruined things. We've been bad. We have to go sit, and he'd go stand in the corner for the rest of the show. All right. Darnall us. All right. We'll take a break and finish. No more show. All right. 'cause I just I'm sick and this is terrible. Let's talk. Instead, let's talk about five star hotel quality sheets, and how it shouldn't be so difficult to get that.

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"peter fox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:04 min | 3 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Well, I sort of saw acting as my parents dream, which is how ended up going to study film, not to study drama. You know, I think I thought of that is something that was their fantasy not my own. I think I always, you know, and again at this point in my life. I'm so grateful for the experience because I love having a life in the arts, and it's my whole trip. So how lucky is that you know? But and even as a kid, I mean, I was equally fascinated when I would watch you know, taxi driver or something, which is we only had a handful of movies in Israel that we lived with. And they were pretty much just Scorsese's who've run maybe rocky Scarface tough-guy movies, it's alive. And so I. Think that I was always kind of obsessed with how did how did they make this, of course, as you can get these shots and also how to deniro do this performance. But in general, I think that it was there sort of coked up eighties fantasy to kind of get fame in the picture. And that's what I ended up. Rebelling against so hard in an attempt to kind of extricate myself from the fame game of show business, wait, so you're eight when you were watching taxi driver thinking how to deniro do this. How did skirts as you do this? Yes. This is why I talk this way. I think that all like those those guys that kind of Pacino deniro Chris walking like those Silvester Stallone. I mean, those guys were really my guys as a kid, and sort of always what I was aping in every way, you know, in later, those lines would get sort of colored in Casavant, Peter. Peter FOX and Bengals ours, and Harry dean Stanton's Dennis Hopper's, like they were kind of become sort of new guys to mimic, but as a kid, it was sort of like the big those with big guns. I want to talk a little bit about orange is the new black because we talked before about, you know, having an addiction problem earlier in your life. And in orange is the new black which for anyone who isn't aware as is set in a women's prison, and the main character in it is in the prison for having been involved with selling heroin and your character in it is someone who's been addicted and even in prison she's involved in a scheme to sell heroin. In fact, why don't we hear clip from that? So in this scene you've found a way to sell drugs. Even though you're in prison with the help of one of the prison guards and. And you've told him that the stash of drugs was stolen. But in this scene, you confessing that that's not actually what happened. All right. Listen. Okay. Almost all right now. The now having we need to get it back. I'm sorry. All right. I couldn't say goodbye. Convenient. Well, it's not actually from your anyone around me. Isn't that like you'll you like your heart? Stop. It's not rational thing, you know. But I wanted out of here. I really do. I can't trust you. Up for both of us. I've made my mind. I don't want to die again. All right. There is no white late for me. If we don't get this stuff out of here. It's going to find its way back to me meteoric. Mike. A bloodhound for oblivion. Oblivion a great business partner. It'll be different this time. All right. I swear he's gotta trust me. Okay. That's an attache Leone in orange is the new black, and we chose that scene in part because it has so many echoes of a Russian doll of you know, like. Nearly dying of being a bloodhound for oblivion..

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"peter fox" Discussed on Filmspotting

Filmspotting

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on Filmspotting

"There's something a little bit uncomfortable about it's certainly, and it's the moment in a woman under the influence when Mabel has come back from being away where she's being treated, and Peter FOX Nick has kicked everyone out and just has it down to the immediate family and a little bit of extended family, and they're sitting at the table and Mabel in Nick are right by each other. And she's making conversation. She's making small talk. She's asking the men at the table how they're doing. She says to her kids. Hello bananas. And then just as this very quick aside. She turns to Nick and says how am I doing? Okay. That's it for me. Because that's where the truth comes out because the performance is acknowledged she is trying to do everything the right way. And in that moment, we might actually believe that she really means it, and that she's asking those questions because she's changed and she understands how to make the small talk or she is genuinely. Interested and how the people at the table are doing. But when she turns it says, how am I doing? Okay. Any sense of her now being okay or being better that allusion is completely shattered because she has revealed that it's all an act. Yeah. It isn't that moment all enact acting in a way, it's the single most devastating line in the movie because you know, that while she is not better. She's trying so hard. And that that effort by Mabel is what makes her such a heartbreaking character. This was hard for me. Because we're talking about the best cavities moment in a lot of ways. You could argue that whatever defines your favorite Kesse that he's moment maybe should define your overall favourite cavities marathon seen so we're going to see how you approach to Josh. But first let's hear from the Faneuil for my choices seen. I'm going with the spaghetti breakfast. And Mabel serves nNcholas co workers in a woman under the influence. It's the scene that for me is most crushing in a film full of crushing moments where I see Mabel working at our absolute hardest perform a role that she just can't. Seem to fully inhabit where she can't quite figure out..

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"peter fox" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Lieutenant Dan Crenshaw. I love this guy because he wears an eye patch. I said that earlier, and I mean, it anybody who's just like, you know, what I got wounded in Afghanistan, I'm gonna wear an eye patch. Yeah. I'd wear it. I patched to if something happened to one of my is what would you do? Dave. Would you go the glass I route? Or would you do the patch? Route depends how the glass I looked. I think you'd look like natural Peter Faulk had a glass eye, but Peter FOX didn't look natural. He didn't. You could totally tell I mean, I can only tell because I knew but. I don't think I would've otherwise at. Anyway, I go I patch straight up. First of all, I would not have to you my makeup on one of my eyes. That'd be pretty cool. The consideration for me. You know? But Lieutenant Dan Crenshaw is a rising star. You may remember his dust up with SNL comedian Pete Davidson where he ended up going on Saturday Night Live and showing how to handle that situation with grace and humor. Well, this is not graceful or humorous, it's the immigration and border security committee meeting and Dan Crenshaw wanted to make a point. And I just want you to hear his comments four minutes. Long chairman. Thank you Madam secretary for being here and helping us answer the fundamental question of whether we care about our sovereignty and the rule of law and our country. And unfortunately, I dissent now cynical view that I'm not so sure we all agree on that. We value the rule of law in value. The ability to manage our border, effectively.

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"peter fox" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:02 min | 3 years ago

"peter fox" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Remember going to take a bold step into twenty nineteen once in a while. Oh, yeah. That's that bad. Yeah. Happy new year. We I do remember seeing the movie that you will be screening today in the theater in the theater the theater, I do too. Yep. I remember seeing it in the theater too. And it was quite the event because everybody was in it. Well, everybody's in this movie. But they first of all they presented it as if it were a play it truly is one of the. Yeah. That's right. Most colossal epic motion pictures of all time it starts off with an overture. What movie starts off with an overture? That's what they do for place for for musicals and so forth. Right. And it has an intermission. When's the last time you saw? Well, I'm quitting Tarantino. Did it not too long ago? But it is rare. When you see a movie that has an intermission any Wella was rather long for its time three and a half hours three and a half hours. Yeah. And were by the way, we're running the whole thing today. We're not giving editing. It we we made one small edit in which the word retard. The Peter FOX characters memories like that crabby taxi driver in the US and a lot a lot of things that were said in movies back then. Are no longer. Yeah. I we we all happen to feel. That's a particularly offensive words. So we slipped out one word out of the three and a half hours. But you're going to see the movie as it was intended to be seen. And it's gonna start at one o'clock today. We're talking about it's a mad. Mad mad mad world with Spencer, Tracy, Milton Berle, Mickey Rooney Ethel Merman EDS atoms who else everybody everybody. Jonathan winters is in his whole areas in it. Trying to think who am I it's it's it's a long list and during the movie, you know, during some of the commercial breaks, I talk about who wanted to be in the movie and who didn't and people who. Either couldn't be or wouldn't be. We've got a lot of interesting behind the scenes story during the commercial breaks as well. But it's a classic movie. It's a mad mad mad mad world another WGN family classics. Today at one o'clock standing in Frazier spot in Frazier spot, but what's left of the family classics? Original set looks pretty intact to me. It's pretty intact. We've got the books. We've got the bookcases. We've got the ship the ship the freezers ship that's up on the bookshelf. Share the original chair that if I sat in and I'm pretty sure it would fall to pieces. But but it looks good. And that's all that matters. So we're we're happy to bring that to. And by the way, thank you so much. We've had such a nice response to all of the family classics that we've presented we're so happy that you're enjoying it brings back a lot of memories for people. But people are just enjoying, you know, we're we're being very selective in the movies that were choosing to put on family classics. Just like ROY did right Leonard. And just like Frazier. Thomas did went on a put just anything on there. So we're happy that it's being received. Well, and the people are enjoying it. So enjoy today. One of the great movies of all time. I have a request for a future airing. I don't remember saying any do you? Remember, four lines are not open days. Hearing that we're taking requests for family class. No, I don't remember just said we'll play it back. Saying what's that? The time machine. Oh, yeah. That would be great. Yup. Okay. I'm done. I liked the time machine. I've been pushing for boys town voice town. It was a favourite on family classics. Andy thrown into the mix the apple dumpling gang. Don't make it porkies. Please. That one a lot more than you ended to this day, a Manson family classic would be it would be you mentioned overture. The movie twenty liked that one am I the only one that whenever ever hear that word thanks of the Bugs Bunny overture curtain lights. This is the night. Think about that. All the time. I heard you mentioned it was Steve Cochran overture Kurt, and let's I won't say. You want me to now it's going to be in my mind all day. They're going to become today's I've been working on the road. Song? Oh my goodness. Later on. So here's the problem with a time machine. Boy's town a lot of the classics. We'd love to present them all the way the way the TV stations. Get rights to play movies are very very very different these days. Then they were back in the day. Frazier ROY ackward playing movies, you know? Turner, family Turner movie classics, and you know, there's so many movie channels now the swallow up the rights to. A lot of the movies. So back back in the Frazier. Stay there was you know, it was just local TV that would compete for the movie. So it was easier for us to get them. So some of these movies are are just tough to get the rights to. But we're trying we're we're gonna try. And I'll work on porky's for. Thank you. Porkies wanting we should do like a whole afternoon all three of them. That would be something. We want to lose the license that would be a perfect way to do it. Followed up with slapshot. Let us take a break. We have got. We're gonna be talking auto show today. The auto show just kicked off this weekend. We're gonna be talking Grammy's. Of course, the big Grammy awards are tonight. My suggestion to you is that you watch. It's a mad mad mad mad world. And then switch right over to the Grammy awards because it's about that's about how it's gonna work out tonight. So you can go from van by from Spencer, Tracy to Kendrick Lamar all in one channel sweep with Alicia, Keys keys. I think she's going to do a great job. Yeah. I'm excited. I'm a big Alicia Keys fan. I'm a big fan of her music. But I think she's going to be good as a host if she doesn't try to be held like a super funny. I think if she keeps her own vibe, which I think she will. I think she's going to be spectacular with that. So anyway, we'll talk more about the Grammy's and go over the nominees and pass nominee Swannee. I know you're to want to dwell on the past. So we're gonna go for I won't break the forty year rule for the some of the past winners will get into that coming up later. We've got a lot going on this morning. It's Dean Richards Sunday morning on WGN. A.

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