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"phil movie" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

07:25 min | 6 months ago

"phil movie" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I have, because I always like to see the goodness in people. But if you stay negative like that is in my opinion. If you stay negative, and you get angry and you are dark and dank like that you're a Democrat. Three evil that the negativity every time I talk. When you get done Junior later, he's going to be fired up and pumped and positive, you know. But when you talk to the Democrats, everything is so like it's like the end of time is like the apocalypse, you know, and I don't want to be negative like that. I don't think you can win the election like that. I think you take the high road and everybody in the campaign when I talk to the Don. Did Donald Trump administration down there? Come on. They're positive. They're pumped up. They're up. So the hate. I don't know that you need hate in your heart joint. I don't know it just to hate somebody. So I agree with anything that Governor Murphy's doing. Absolutely not. Absolutely not. But I think I see some media personalities. They will rail on that how bad it is and how they will they do spew ate any to show it's not me. You know what I say when I tell you Phil movies, and this guy's a nice guy. But I'm also going to tell you the socialist and he knows it through and through. He is a through and through Democrat that you you will never change his mind. He is doing exactly what he's supposed to be doing in regards to the Democratic Party Governor Cuomo as well. But I don't hate him. You know what I want to do? I want to beat him. You want to beat him You want You want to go ahead? You want to just replace them, And I think you could do it just with common sense. I think with common sense and with some ah, a decency, But I hear what you're saying. And I understand I am guilty as charged because I always do tend to see the good in people. Hey, it's 87797 29 99 with Jo on the radio. The president is off to Kenosha today. That's going to be very, very interesting to see what's going on with when he gets there because they're already criticizing him for going to Kenosha. But like our friend Hogan Gidley set on television yesterday, so I'm talking in an interview. I think with John Roberts and he said he goes Look, if the president does it goes get criticized. If he goes, he's going to get criticized. So the president's going to show up, so it's going to be very, very interesting to see exactly what happens over there. But we're excited that the gym's a rope works like the gyms are open in New Jersey, and this is huge, huge. It's huge, and we're very, very sorry. 25% capacity. But I don't know if the gym's ever but beyond that, you know, a big shadow to Matt Simbolon coming in so early setting up Mary is here. A superstar Mary Joseph, Billy a is here and to my business partner here at the retro fitness. Stacey's here, so we appreciate it. Al is holding down the fort in New York. Albert Good morning to morning, Joe. You sound loud and clear. I love it. I kept this not doing a good thing. And so you know, I haven't been out and about like, I should be out in about out of that for a little bit about a month or so ago. And then I haven't been home and actually decorated decorated. Did you know that, Joe civilians you too, Joe. Thanks for the hard work. You're doing that, so I decorated. We blew. I went to this really did For Michael's birthday. So I go and I get on Amazon and they get all the thie sacrament, the of of birthday party, the moon's great decorations and everything. And then you gotta do it yourself usually go to party City, but party cities they're closed. They're open. They're not open. I can't figure out what they going on. Let me go to Amazon. Let me order everything. So I get all the everything. I got the balloons a week and I got I got listen to me. Ah, Helium like tank Nebraska. You? Yeah. Hey, Liam. Thank you Blow it up, not to enhance it. And to do a funny voice. Yeah, exactly. I did it So meets Olivia helps me on cop. Lester and I were drawing up. The balloons were boat up the balloons and well, but with the healing, thank everything else and it was and it was great. And then Michael came over. Michael came over at Titus. He came over like late like I told you that. Yeah. Oh, my God. We had the best time because we jammed that everything the balloons, But But then we went to bed. We got up. The balloons was so deflated. Everything was like all over. Nothing is worse than the string is laying there. The balloon shrinks. They looked like how awful it was like. It was awful that they Where's the What the hell you Whatever this is because I did it myself. If you go If I went to shop, I went shop, right? I got a great cake. I got the cake. I got the ice cream cake. Got another cake? I did the whole thing. This is my life, By the way, you know, dork that so the helium you can't you got to get it professionally done by our clown. He looked up and said, er than another center that glass of wine alone. No, Senator. Here's a balloon is a lay there. That's the way that that wasn't those foil balloons that you get Those like ugly, crinkly foil. You know what Great point Because you know we had the 18. He's 18 Can't believe Michael. They don't value believe that already. Can't believe on my big boy. So So the animal put the one in the eighth and we blew that up. It was the crinkly aluminum thing using the technical technical terms crinkly. Yes. So I use that. And that was that held up. It was the racy. I needed the Mylar balloons. You're right. I need my used the regular balloons, and they just It was just a very fine sound. I know two things trip planning and blue planet. You know, I'm going to get your first date. I will reimburse you the everyone will do it across Joe like $275 to get what? Why did the Newberg I charge you $80 to go from? From where? Boone Fields of Brooklyn, Brooklyn. Yes, well, because he was going to be 85 anyway, actually took $5 off. But what happens is wearing it took $5. And I'm not getting cuffed more. Ah, More importantly, I can't handle the big house. So this's Yeah. You're having trouble with, like, way pretty much. I love you. So you went 80 that? Is that a lot, though. Is that love? Yeah, Yeah, It's a lot. It's a lot for anyone traveling the car SUV. Did you have the know It was a sedan? Look, I know I didn't study the car, Joe. I don't know what it was a Honda Fiat a Corvette. Whatever it was, it was a car. Expensive. Get exact ups are expressing 80 down. We're going to take care of it. We're going to get our personally reach into his pocket. Not Oh, yeah. Yet. Car. Absolutely 22 Toyota. We've got to do it that we're going to do it, eh Jo on the radio. Dr. Ian Kay Smith is in such incredible shape. He's going to join us, and we'll talk about working out. It's Jo on the radio. Look at this already. It's a happy September. By the way, Debbie do, Emma. Happy birthday to your son. Happy birthday to Michael. How? 18 years looking like he says. I can't believe I'm making is that I can't believe you're a day but but I still did the balloons. I still did the cakes. I did everything like he was 12. You know what I mean? I mean, I did everything I could do it. I know. You know you do. This is my 20. After.

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"phil movie" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

Wealth Transformation Podcast

11:57 min | 10 months ago

"phil movie" Discussed on Wealth Transformation Podcast

"That I really have a hard time wearing those mouse. Because I feel claustrophobic I did when I go into stores or whatever been now it's like can't wait to get it off. I know it's necessary for the public. I I'm not in fear of getting the virus because I do have a strong system and I continue to nurture that Fart but you never know you know I mean so So what else are you up to? I mean I'm sure that this says this pandemic has impacted your practice sure. I'm an essential healthcare providers. So I have been seeing a few Asians Asians who choosing to come in but a number of patients. You're choosing not to come in. I'm in downtown San Rafael but I used to have an office in Albany and some of my patients following me over here but a few of them have patients in their partners. Their wife wives are in high risk categories. So they've chosen not to come and see me because they don't want to quit their partners at risk but I've been Pretending view meeting say his son party networking groups. And doing that. But also I've been on creating a newsletter. Been WRITING NEWSLETTERS. Giving information about added deal with the crisis. Stay healthy in sending those out and a woman named Phil Movie. Who's the host of the KPFA show? Women's magazine asked me to be on her show. So I talked about the mental health aspects of Kobe. Nineteen what people could do. They were callers called in. That's actually I have a Kogan page on my website. That people can go to. They'll be able to hear that interview from those resources. And maybe the things that I was able to tell the callers who called in would help you or your loved ones and then later today. I'm going beyond his zoom meeting called Perry's planet and I'm going to be talking about trauma healing how to transform trauma into fuel to power your life and maybe your dreams and then of course. I'm on this podcast with years. I'm very grateful that my years of due diligence and finding out how to heal myself as well of others is an off and being able to be shared of freely during this time of crisis. Young blessing for you know. I guess there's a lot of people that are really clueless except that you know you can't help but be influenced because it's it's such a huge social impact you know with what's going on you know how can you not know but still you know it. It's it's I guess some people don't want to believe it. You know a it some. Hopefully you know it'll be under control soon. As other people other people are really taking on the burden part of an integrated medical clinic in Sausalito. You know and one of the patients is terribly depressed. He said fifteen of his friends. You know he's in the. It WORLD IF TEEN HIS FRIENDS. Their businesses just folded because they couldn't work anymore and he was asking them medical doctor per an anti depressant. It's it's sad when you take it onto that Love was well you? It's always compassion but to take another people suffering to your detriment playing pat if following on that level. It's kind of in in my impression. A It's a it's a catch twenty two because there's GonNa be a lot of people that will be out of work a lot. I mean there is a lot of people. What thirty million have filed for unemployment? And that's that's also self employed people and it's also an opportunity in the time that you have that you would normally be working that you can create something new you know. I mean get get innovative. You know I mean that's the other side of it but this is impacted everybody on some level except for the rest of their making tons of money because of this well. It's impacting them at our expense Yeah well I won't touch that subject not going to take that away from your your time here because you know but you know so you know mentally. How'd you emotionally? How do you stay balanced that you're a carpenter bit mute? You deal with emotions like you said your client. Depression will exercise is one of the best things it's actually as good as the best Depressive medications maybe even better because when you exercise doesn't drive you. The suicide were killing people with automatic. Rifles like antidepressants and exercise is extremely important. I encourage people to exercise thirty minutes a day. At least and Getting out in nature is very important laughing having fun watching funny movies listening to funny podcasts. Listening to comedy shows I think is really important but there's also a on my website. There's there's a website that I create a called smile into distress dot com and people can go there to learn in exercise. It's a if you request the MP three audio all you'll be guided through a fifteen minute meditation. That helps you to look kate stress taken out of your body and feel your body was smiling loving healing energy wonderful. It's also teaches you to combine with the Earth's power in our nature. Power combining that with your smile with the love in your heart to nourish your body into bring you back to a state of stability and balance. Mile INTO DISTRESS DOT COM. Yeah I saw that on your paperwork and I I'm GONNA check it out because it sounds wonderful in one thousand more people accessible to it absolutely yet simple. It's it doesn't cost you anything. It's just you don't have to be created you just have to be receptive. You said the listen and if any of you have ever heard of The neurophysiologist Rick Hansen is famous in. He was a big endorser that a smile into distress. He actually sent out to his email list. In two hundred people signed up to receive e finally valuable as well as I do. Yeah let's who their other physical things you can do to support your immune system on your misc- land sits behind your breasts phone. And if you tap it in three four rhythm Michael Waltz rhythm while you're smiling into your fineness that can help to activate it as we get older. Our thymus gland tends to shrink so tapping on your side. Miss telling it to wake up and you're sending its energy and that helps to protect you against any kind of dog. The might be breathed in and also humming. I listened to a Web Webinar with Dr Dietrich Klinghoffer part of our famous functional medicine doctors up in the Seattle Washington area and he talked about research which I looked up in two thousand and eight. There was an article talked about the benefits of humming humming. You're actually going breathing. The sinuses and that vibration of sinuses actually helps to create a film. It prevents the virus from again absorbing into your body. It's thumping your thymus and humming. Can Be too simple physical. Things people can do if they don't like to take supplements to improve their health and wellbeing in humming also is good for your heart Hoon and in the Taoist system is actually six healing. Sounds system that I teach people to do. There's a different vibe ration- associated with your different Oregon's so I'm making though sounds is also a way to create more power and strength and resilience in your body your organs. Well this has been great information and you're also an author kit. Do want to tell us about your books. Sure my book internal cleansing. It's a classic it's been around for a long time but it's still liable information. Its current today in the book. The first part of it describes how he get in trouble. The man made chemicals that are produced in our environment thousand new ones every year. That are has no idea what to do. And then combining them together. You know. It's amazing we can get out of it. Plus all of the high power lines and cell towers and the microwave. Slow Taylor I now in the camp trail joke talks about that. How we get in trouble. And then there's self-testing questionnaires in books. You can answer these questionnaires and find out if you would be a candidate for cleansing if it would help you and then after that. There's three different cleansing programs that are recommended when we just foods the other with Herbs and fiber program and then the other one is with mad foods different nutritional supplements that help the detoxify the body and for those of you who liked to prepare food. There's even recipes in near her antioxidant soon. Immune Muffins things like that. And there's a resource section. Which tells you where to find all the things that I recommended the books over hundred ages. It's not like a novel where you start at one place and you can't put it down but you can use a reference guide. Keep going back to the book over and over again to find the information that you need. Oh well that sounds great. It's available as an e book and there's also some Hardcopy still random house's the major distributor of it you can find it on Amazon..

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"phil movie" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

10:55 min | 10 months ago

"phil movie" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"Wwl. Wbz Sports Talk. Arnelle carriers for Scott presented by Kelsey Chevrolet. I'm Lance McAlister tomorrow night. Is that premiere of the movie chance at Amelia. Starlight drive in. It's a locally produced and Phil Movie About Baseball and teenage relationships and the effects of teen suicide. It's based on the true story of chance Smith who played for Flash Baseball in Brown County The film was to open in thirty nine theaters in April. But the pandemic forced a change in plans showtime tomorrow night. Saturday and Sunday is eight. Forty five our next guest stars as the Youth Baseball Coach in the film. He's played roles in full metal jacket. Stranger things Weeds Birdie any given Sunday. I'm a huge fan of his nineteen eighty-five movie vision quest and his role as High School Wrestler. Louden swain. It is an honor to welcome in Matthew Modine Matthew Lance McAlister. Welcome to sportstalk. Thank you so much for having me on. Search pleasure to be here. How did you become involved in a project like this? Well my daily who runs that flash baseball is white is really good taste. And she suggested he hired me moving and I read the script and and it was just so terrific. I love baseball and and so really. That's all they had to say the first couple of pages was that it that it was about baseball and I was. I was pretty much in Could kick give me an opportunity to put put on Baseball uniform and go and spend some quality time with with young athletes Who who always teach me about life? It is a Boy It's a. It's a powerful story. Powerful message isn't it? It really is and just say it's based on a true story about a young chance. They grew up there and and and I I don't know how. How put it in words? You know that you and I did grow up in a time of texting. And it's one thing for you to say that somebody or you're an idiot and I'm gonNA I'm GonNa kick your butt after school or something but with texting when you when you put it in writing and send it to. Somebody'S PHONE. It has a different impact than than than if If you say you know what I mean you've actually put it in writing and you send it to your personal device your phone and and it it. It carries a greater weight than than the words used to when we were in school. So Teen teen suicide is is a real problem and and We all have to do what we can to try to provide opportunity and and resources for young people who find who don't have somebody that can speak to them and help them through a dark period. Matthew how much time did you spend here shooting the film. I feel like I was. I was there for a couple of months but I think it was. It was probably the only about six weeks of you. Know a little bit of pre-production you know getting there and getting to know the kid and and kind of you know what I call get in baseball shape Getting to know Mike Daily and and his family and his son wrote the screenplay and His wife is in. The film does a wonderful job in the film and You know I I like to get there early and kind of soak it up a little bit. You know to for those who haven't seen the trailer. You play the role of chances coach. You alluded to baseball. Are you a big baseball guy? I am I'm a New York Yankees Fan which will probably make a lot of your local. They're upset but Yeah Yankees Fan and and I. I GREW UP IN UTAH. We didn't have a professional baseball teams. So I had to pick a team and I think the Yankees when I lived in Utah and we moved to San Diego when I was in junior high school and I kind of became a padre fan they had some good ballplayers then and But Yeah I'm I'm a Yankees.

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"phil movie" Discussed on Lance McAlister

Lance McAlister

04:10 min | 10 months ago

"phil movie" Discussed on Lance McAlister

"At Amelia starlight drive in it's a locally produced and Phil Movie About Baseball and teenage relationships and the effects of teen suicide. It's based on the true story of Chance Smith. Who played for Flash Baseball in Brown County The film was to open in thirty nine theaters in April, but the pandemic forced a change in plans showtime tomorrow night. And Sunday is eight forty five. Our next guest stars as the Youth Baseball Coach in the film. He's played roles in full metal jacket. Stranger things weeds Birdie any given Sunday I'm a huge fan of his nineteen eighty-five Movie Vision Quest, and his role as high school wrestler Louden Swain. It is an honor to welcome in Matthew, Modine Matthew Lance McAlister welcome to sportstalk. Thank you so much for having me on search pleasure to be here. How did you become involved in a project like this? Well, my daily, who runs that flash baseball is white is really good taste and she suggested he hired me moving. And I read the script, and and it was just so terrific. I Love Baseball, and and so really that's all they had to say in the first couple of pages. was that it that it was about baseball and I was I was pretty much in could kick. Give me an opportunity to put put on baseball uniform and go spend some quality time with with young athletes who who always teach me about life. It is a boy. It's A. It's a powerful story powerful message, isn't it? Really is and just say it's based on a true story about the young chance. They grew up there and and and I, I don't know how how to put it in words. You know that you and I did grow up in in a time of texting, and it's one thing for you to say that somebody or you're an idiot and Gonna I'm GonNa Kick Your Butt after school or something, but with texting when you, when you put it in writing and send it to somebody's phone, it has a different impact than than. Than if if you say you know what I mean. You've actually put it in writing, and you send it to your personal device, your phone and and It it it. It carries a greater weight than than the words used to when we were in school so Teen teen suicide is is a real. Problem, and and we all have to do what we can to try to provide opportunity and and resources for young people who find who don't have somebody that can speak to them and help them through a dark period, Matthew. How much time did you spend here shooting the film?.

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"phil movie" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

The Agostinho Zinga Show

11:17 min | 10 months ago

"phil movie" Discussed on The Agostinho Zinga Show

"You can't keep people cooped up. This is America. We need to be free. What is it to be afraid of? Fear the flow. I don't WanNa get it. I don't WanNa get this but no we've had it enough is enough is unclear and even his. You know it shouldn't be a petition. It has ten into across. Awo politicians is essentially fighting for the right to not be painted as some sort of you know current device serial killer known to have died. Kind of blip on TV and almost be remembered as a person. Essentially you know was essentially in charge. When he know people's grannies and Greenwich Dying onset but I find it interesting to from your side in America especially outside look in America that most of the people are For the opening up of the states and people going back to know I it seems like pressure from the media they predominantly Republicans and lean towards appoint trump. I will cost like he video and the amount of red hat's in this huge obscene right. Everyone's so of Maghera and trump in and they're also very much against way in the face masks which I don't really understand I think if you're going to be campaigning and champing full things to go back to normal rise. You could go back to drinking a busy. A friend shoe entice playing pool going to football. Whatever you do when you want to get it done as quick as possible that would mean by making sure no one gets sick or by at least trying to obey some sort of kind of general rule to make sure spread hasn't spread so quickly because you do the same if you go a cold right. I don't know if people the same but if you had a flu code you generally stay away from people. You wouldn't necessarily go to a crowded bar. 'cause you know you wanna get everyone sick and they wanna sit around you. You're coughing Eveland a table. So why is any to this? I guess because they some of them don't even believe is exists which is not as big majority of that whole conspiracy by snow real fingers fossil of like full by the Wayside. Juiston and the sheer numbers around the world is hard to really It's hard to kind of rationalize or even to yourself that day. Some malevolent force out there. You know telling people to pretend that is sick in his coordinate effort to bring down government into Sauve making a US living dictatorship or big brother state. That's going to happen by just interesting. No one in this case where mosque. No one is observing social distancing but they ardently against skipping looked into homes like wool clear. How or if law enforcement will react to the defiance of the governor's orders as for savage. He says he's prepared for fallout. We feel she's going to arrest me today for violating the order and and frankly we don't care in Bethel Hannah Dineen for prep later. Tim's psychopath but I like it. I like the approach. I'm interested what's going to happen next. It's disappointing it's not the politicians who are you know being flexible and trying to see how they can reopen is going to be up to the civilians or to Regular folk to decide what happens next police because if one thing we've realized governments is that you know they may be quick to enact something but it when it comes to reversing also chaining tact all kind of moving and be a little bit Nimble Day Move Fakih. They've gotta tennis of a fridge. I respect no one really knows how to tackle this. Outside of just being locked down is coming McCann. Think of some other ideas get crave. You essentially get paid to stand in front of a podium and do that. We'd finger thing like something more. What Yla what do I know? So let's move on here. Was We have on a list? Talk about did do yet lowest. Everybody's moving away from the Guardian is has matt. Damon is enjoying his island retreat. Look down which again architect previous benefit wolfing offense GonNa love entertainers especially nowadays with social. And we've just you know the prevalence of streaming platforms. You don't necessarily need to go to L. A. And make it in Hollywood. It's not really a thing anymore. It shouldn't be a in Beckenham days when there was a better gas. Institutional Casey Institution vibe where you send To kind of pay your dues and kiss the ring and K no go to Paul Eason. Fehmi people shake hands whatever but nowadays if you want to actually make it in the industry issue of Ischia benefit to fill out a pre under margin. So that people come to you. So when you get a development deal or given a writing credit some fingle opportunity direct something. You can come into a eyes and he goes. Oh come into your terms But I also think capable established like people are Macadamia is but you need to maybe reassess where you actually are industry 'cause dimension you know. There's only so much so many of those who have like you know Phil Movies. You can do all even some of the big pushes you can do until you get to a way like you know what a great body of work because an actor or or you know as entertainment may be a now. Want to concentrate the things. I actually enjoy this still going to get paid regardless can reach the point. Know where money's always going to be given to you just based on your legacy but then just must have must get to the point where you're like you know a nanny to decide things that. I wanted to actually gap to Gallup at full and if you're my Damon you got luxury to do desolate. Because he's been in a game for a while but like this comedy. He made to the Guardian regarding his current experience in Ireland and this might be a indication of what other people might do to raise billions. I mean you might decide to up sticks and go somewhere else to one savings over bay said by Damon says. He's I didn't lock down for like a fairytale. The actor has been staying with family. Lean dokie a seaside village on the south of Dublin. Since much of the filming the island after Filming Island for the Lost Jewelry Exit by release Scott shut down local radio station spin ten. Thirty eight skewed Irish media by nabbing an interview. That must have bruce. Most island toys mean agency. He says a fulling says it was a fairytale when I first came in people are saying well burner lives here and your lives here. It's been incredible. This is the this is one of the most beautiful places you we've been we've ever been to. Obviously what's going on in the world is horrible. But I've got my whole family with my kids. We have teachers of us. Because we're planning missing school for about we. Were Planning Mrs Gopher by eight weeks We've got nobody else has okay which is live. Which is life human being teaching our kids so we feel guilty. We've got this sets up into incredible place absolutely gorgeous. Even to is lockdown. We've got trees woods and ocean a conflict of any place. You drive a B two Kim Radius. Which is a great. What a great occurrence that. He's not I guess because he's filming movie decided to Get that you're in salt like help. These kids out with their work and not because of looked bounded. They have to stay there too. So he's got the ability to still able to have kids learn with an actual rotation so which may be written earlier. I wonder how kids are dealing. Parents do their schoolwork on the computer. Legitimately not just a couple of projects. Every Monday. I'm sure people up Internet's and programs and with sites that you can use short they probably sending Leading materials to certain to families and people. Maybe I wanted him for kids from low income neighborhoods super. We don't have the funds laptop type of censorship Precor to hit them at decided to a day or two as she stayed there while she was filming probably did have an option comeback but maybe this indication mice few detainers leave La Leave California. Leave the kind of coastal cities like New York and decide to assume sub shop somewhere in the middle of America. Maybe someone Texas. Maybe someone wins constantly mentioned earlier Because you know if this is the time to reflect and make some change. When will he ever be? When will ever be so move on? Here is listed was interesting. How does music change? This is from ransom. Note pre lymph vehicle but his one band. I want to read to you. So you gotta see is operatives popping up especially now that we know that we're probably GONNA head into about August. I say until most things are reopened right into the in phase one to going to be about. Ugo say so. People are now coming to the realization slowly. But surely that you can probably see in the festival in the conventional sense or nightclubs conventional sense to next year. This clubs will not be willing to take that risk of being liable for people falling ill and let's say you know was comes to was touch. Woodson dying one sound conscience at all as nothing so expect to see nightclubs in this stuff back again next year. So we've done it comes to you need to stop thinking about how you then to approach things while you're kind of go is when you're going out. What kind of ideas about how you put together label had to put it to give a pie series. Maybe how you police officer is regardless but just how everyone. The scene is going to be something that we're gonNA see changing mostly because it's been being forced to going to be. Novo ption done this early Finkel. Oh people are do out and kindness of their hearts right. I think someone mentioned it before in this optical. We're going to see some big. Dj's do toes in smaller markets and calling back. Marut Fink which is a bit cynical. But we're going to see that happening. It's going to be dunphy. Decline is going to be done because it doesn't have any gigs coming in. But I think that's a bad thing I think is going to be going to should point where we going to be working in unison. Be More realizing that we will kind of add different pieces to one big Pie world kind of the same thing together. We operate various different fan bases. But there's enough money enough to around. We just need to make the bell way of segmenting the audiences in the arenas that is no kind of unnecessary overlap and so that allows each team to build itself up in a really concrete Way I would say anyway. 'cause I don't believe they're like seeing this seeing the bad ones good. Everyone's got its benefits. Just depends on what you for? So this is from note is titled Influences Fees in the future. How DOES MUSIC CHANGES DEPENDING NICK? There's a question here at the end of four is really interesting though into speak appointments. Scroll down pitches so I think they interview about four or five people on here and then each question they solve answer it but again like I said the question hit. The end is what I went to talk about spit long. Just quickly go through bull says He. What POSITIVE CHANGES? Can you see them? Bring into nightclubs in DJ seen and this is from. Who wants his. Johnny will.

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"phil movie" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

03:12 min | 11 months ago

"phil movie" Discussed on The Cave - A DC Universe Podcast

"But I guess in this era of the superheroes. I think the timing has a lot to do with it at that. Melissa show is to me well but you can imagine it's GonNa keep going. I think at some point will have. Its rest my version. Not The whole thing. I have like an interesting thing about. Will they change the Not always keep doing these. Traditional beautiful women injured That are that was bodies or traditional like I would really love to see someone take on in the Superhero Pantheon like the women that don't look like man's ideal version of warming orange and we haven't seen that yet it still even though a lot is changes a lot more. Gohmert slutty there. There really is now in the same way I think for gay movement coming out like the LGBTQ with just women's body types there are women that are coming out as bigger that are coming out as a new with that not having to feel just the culture knocking them over the head of how your visit these folks look and why not in a superior summary be really cold because there's a lot of there's a lot of I think you would go a long way. A lot of the women young girls that are growing up. Who are still coming isolated. Still feeling there's a comic book actually about a Superhero. Because I saw it so know this is something. That is a graphic novel. She lives on an island and she has to go get booed and she's a big woman and it's a graphic novel. Oh Man I'm gonNA find out no not that but that's cool all right then. I stand corrected faith. She have a power super super power. Oh well then I am completely Santa rected. We know what it is about superheroes. Oh they've really replaced. What used to be the Greek exactly. I'm sorry agreed and I you know I wrote a whole record about the mets. I'm a big Greek mythology person. Yes although we brought in other things I could superman I think people like probably a thousand years would look back in the same way we look back increase at homer in the odyssey deal. He had these. Yeah that'd be interesting. This is kind of making that Pantheon of the Earth's electric superior to hand on Christopher. Reeve cyber and yourself lovely and socio law very saris supergirl nineteen eighty-four is available on Blu Ray. If by chance you've never seen it rented or get an on demand the DVD is a collectible in. The sense was the first supergirl appearance on Phil. Movie does have its moments but check it out first. Nice to reminisce. This is Tony. Hi. I'm George. Decay and I listened to Sifi Talk..

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"phil movie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:08 min | 1 year ago

"phil movie" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"To roll out more passenger safeguards and tribe, or ID measures is expected to be signed by governor Phil movie that Bill was named after north jersey college student murdered after getting into a car. She thought with an Uber this second thing police disabilities. Demand or civil rights, taking part in disability pride in Philadelphia, many are asking for more accessibility to restaurants in housing and for many just being accepted. And this third thing he claimed he was just trying to protect a son. But now a forty nine year old Bristol township man will spend at least twelve and a half years behind bars for his part in a twenty eighteen prom night shooting w suburban bureau. Chief, Jim Melwert explains forty nine year old Gary Goddard claimed he was trying to keep his. Sunsafe safe when he opened fire on may fourth in Bristol township. The shooting happened got herds neighbors. Route side taking photos of children before they went to the prom a fight broke out between rival neighborhoods. That's when gunshots were fired. Prosecutors point out Goddard was standing over the victim. Nineteen year olds I Sean mcduffie when he fired a shot into his head initially got it was charged with murder that was changed to attempted murder when the medical examiner determined. It was another bullet from another gun that killed mcduffie. Tommy Ballard was also killed. Nineteen year old Joey Williams was convicted of both murders and deserving to life sentences at the suburban bureau, Jim Melwert, KYW, NewsRadio Italian market appears to be safe from her cuts city council committee, this week approved a Bill that would prohibit curb cuts driveways, along ninth street between Catherine in federal we get more on that these city hall bureau chief Pat Loeb, the planning commission hates it. When council members promulgate special zoning rules for a tiny area, they call it spot zoning us, the Commission's, mardi gras. Gorski, explained to councilman Bill Greenlee the hearings overlay. Suzanne tavon. The pass young square civic association, testified that with a ten blocks scope, the Bill is not spots. Owning but will be an important tool. Preserve the historic businesses in nature of one of the city's most treasured assets. Why do curb cuts threaten it to Vanni sees it as the first step toward gentrification stuck curb.

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"phil movie" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

02:06 min | 1 year ago

"phil movie" Discussed on A Bowl of Soul A Mixed Stew of Soul Music

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"phil movie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"What a way to kick off the week, man. Now. Listen, oh, fill the improv. That's right fills movie improv kicks off tomorrow. What did I say thanksgiving Christmas? Yeah. Kicks off tomorrow Christmas day. It is fills moving improv the attack of the killer. Shrews I think is the name of that. But right. Yeah. Starring James best actually just called the killer. Shrews? Yes. It's the killer shrews starring James, but Phil we'll be improvising. All of the dialogue in the film. So you won't want to miss that. And this will be Nellie. It's taking the place of me, which I'm happy. I'm happy not to have the job anymore. Yeah. We're gonna we're gonna replace Saturday cinema with Phil's movie improv on Saturdays. We hope it's a good improvement. If not general show has agreed to come back and bail it out gal pale it out yet fail. It out. You're Yeah. gonna be. You're gonna be better. Mr. Henry, I didn't say I was better than Mr. Henry. But Henry, I mean, Mr. Henry has asked me to just stand by I think it'll be a smash it, I guess that's tomorrow, it'll drop probably sometime tomorrow afternoon and hope you enjoyed the world famous. Fill Henry show have a merry Christmas from all of us here at the world famous Phil Emery show, Margaret you want to go out with the song. I would. Around the Christmas tree at the Christmas. Party hop. This to- how where you? Breaking up breaking up. Says that. We'll have some pumpkin pie. Famous pill insurance executive produced by Phil Henry, incorporated. All rights reserved on podcast, one mistletoe was hung. Frank hell now. And she laughed when you said on you know, that show laugh when you talk about being hung. Damn. All of you down to mini how. Vic one of the horn. That's pretty good.

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"phil movie" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

16:41 min | 2 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on KGO 810

"George Noory Beckwith you with Phil hall the weirdest movie ever made. What do you think this movie did for the knowledge of Bigfoot fill while it's certainly brought it to wider attention prior to the Patterson, given film, not many people knew about the sasquatch of those who did were primarily students of native American folklore, or of course, the tribes themselves because stories of creatures that resemble the sasquatch were found through tribal folklore throughout North America. It's not just unique to the Pacific coast. And it also brought a wider consideration of the subject crypto zoology because as I mentioned earlier in the nineteen seventies. You couldn't turn on the TV open the magazine or go to the movies without seeing something about either Bigfoot or the or the Loch Ness monster on UN mos- or any paranormal. Phenomenon. May remember the whole thing about the Bermuda. Triangle? So it it widened the scope beyond mere folklore into very serious consideration and people paid attention to it. They didn't laugh at it. And even today most people are not laughing at the situations. Concerned crypto zoology in the paranormal did anything shock or surprise you? When you were putting the book together, what surprised me is how Roger Patterson was able to bring his film Bigfoot, America's abominable snowman out to the public. I wasn't aware of that. And I've written about film history. And I've written about film distribution, and I've actually worked in the film distribution industry. And this was something I had no knowledge of whatsoever. It's one of the reasons I didn't know about this is because Rogers film, I have not been seen in many many years. It was never released on home video. Because of the agreement with the BBC, and it's not playing in theaters anymore. They're Princeton movie do exist. I was under the impression the film might have been lost. Because this was something that had been in a brief release relatively brief, and then disappeared from view, but the principal some do survive. There's the crypto zoology museum Loren Coleman runs in Maine, and he has a print of that. He told me that people wanted to see it for research purposes, he could screen it. He can't show with commercially. Because of the copyright situation with the BBC fill one of your books is called the greatest bad movies of all time. Tell us about that title. Oh that was a couple of years ago that was about two books back. The book was about films that inspire wonder you're left wondering how seemingly intelligent people could come together and spend money to create such bizarre productions. The films that are just your you. Watch the films with your jaw on your chest. You can't believe he can't believe they're that bad. Yeah. But they're they're a lot of these films are so bad. They're good. Some of them are so bad. They're bad. But this just goes beyond one of the mill mediocrity full blown. What the hell is this type of stuff? If this is like Hollywood's version of maybe give one watching this is crazy films. And you can't imagine that somebody thought this was a good idea. The worst movie I've ever seen in. Thank god. I didn't go to the cinema to see it. But it was on cable was the adventures of baron Munchausen. Oh that was a Terry Gilliam, so horrible movie. I'm not I'm not a fan of Terry gilliam's movies outside of Monty python? So I thought about ten minutes of it on TV, and I turned it off. I mean, there was there was one scene where the baron in his his outfit, you're wearing his little pirates type, Pat and stuff like that smiled, and they had a gleam of light hit one of his teeth, and they had one of those pink facts and had this just bizarre smile on his face. But it was just a horrible movie. And I'll never forget it. Because I watched the entire thing was that bad. I had to watch the greatest bad films of all time is about you. Have you just can't turn this this stuff off it? It's just so well on that you have to sit through it just to remind yourself that this thing does exist. This is not a figment of your imagination. Let's go to some of the phones here as they line up for you. We'll start by going to Kenny west of the Rockies and San Francisco. Hi, kenny. Go ahead. I- georgia. Listen to show for a while. Now. Thanks, kenny. And. I look at this film airline looks good animal looks it looks muscular. But the weakness that I see the backside around the buttocks area an animal this define muscular define you would think that area there, you should see muscle movement. It looks as if you could picture. You can try to say if you get like pillow. He put it in behind you. And you look in the mirror and you start walking juggling moving the toodle Seaney movement in the back side were the botox are animal. This huge muscular. You would think there should be muscular movement faster. You think there's a guy in a costume there? Kenny round the buttocks. It's like padded cushion. And there's no muscle definition. Even if it was a lot of further should be moving it back there. Anybody else brought that up Phil? Not that I'm aware of most people don't go looking at big Foot's booty. So. There have happened complaints about the seats of the souls of the seat. There've been complaints that the hands look like loves, and then there are people who say that the this whole thing looks like a genuine animal that doesn't look like a piecemeal costume. So everybody in many ways, it's a row such everybody. Looks at it and see something different interesting observation Kenny thanks for the call next up. Let's go to British Columbia in the wildcard line Terry's with us. Hi, Terri hi guide. How's it going? All right. Listen to got very scary story about the hag. This is so real scares me right now as I'm speaking to you. Let's wait for the because we're going to restrict this to Phil's movie. Okay. And his stuff. So, but you're the heck story Alton lines. That's perfect Bobo take care of that for Terry. Call him back at the ultimate lifetime in. And we'll go straight for you. These calls folks restricted to movies or fill halls book, the weirdest movie ever made as we talk about the Pederson Gamblin Bigfoot fell. Well, let's go next to Randy Johnson city, Tennessee. Hey, Randy go forward. Hi. Whereas movie us two of them. I'll make it quick the first one that I was saying where's movie to me was salems what the in nineteen seventy nine. But that was a strange one. I remember that. Yeah. Second movie that was weird. Well, never they never show it on film. But this movie was made back in the late nineteen eighties early nineteen ninety someone was called three men in the baby. Which ended up being turned into a TV show, right herself. Mike that two men and a baby. Sure. Yeah. I I know what film. He's he's speaking is that that's the one with with Tom Selleck, Steve Goldenberg. That's it. That's a remember that. Was it was that bad? It was a sequel to the film. So the popular movie I have to admit I didn't see either film when it came out. We've got Mary in the state of Washington. Welcome to the program. I Mary go ahead. Hey, how are you? I seen the movie which one. The the Patterson Gimblett the Patterson within what did you think of it? Well, I grew up in Yakima. I never knew Roger. But I knew his wife. I went to school with his wife and her sister was one of my best friends, and I also knew. And went to school with him in church with his family. What did you think of the fill the film? I thought it looks like it walk like a human. Did you think there was somebody in a costume? I didn't at the time. I just when I thought I thought it looks like a human. Walks like, a human and the way the armed swung around. And and then it just turned back around and just kept on walking, it wasn't afraid or anything. And so I thought it looked like a human to me. And then I started hearing the story. So everybody was all excited about it. And. Started hearing the stories that Bob haradim masseuse telling so. I think much more about it after that. Do you get that kind of comments Phil about the film that it looks like a human or not only me I made a lot of people complained about it. Now, there was some problems with Roger Bob getting the film out in the first place because when they started screening it at the university of British Columbia and the American Museum of natural history in the Bronx zoo, the scientists bare said it's a man in a suit. So this has been a complaint that's been going on ever since the film was first grade. All right next up Joe in the Bronx. Welcome to the program. Hey joseph. Go ahead, George. How are you? Wonderful good. Yeah. I wanted to ask your guest now. It seems a little odd to me that this is wholly film it claimed to be actual footage of Bigfoot being that there are so many other sightings, you would think that there would be either photos. Now that we're in the age of camera phones or some other films that would have captured Bigfoot. I mean, what's your theory on this? Why is this the only one well acquainted Roger Patterson? He was under the belief that the sasquatch was in the film was either an elderly creature or was blind or near blind because the sasquatch is through the folklore from the native Americans were nocturnal. And this sasquatch was standing at a sand bar in the middle of the afternoon. So one reason why there had not been other films. Like, this is because that's mostly come out at night. Now, of course with today's technology. Everybody has a video camera on their phones. You would imagine that they'd be able to have many more videos of this. But. Isn't isn't the camera hog not to sell fees? They don't want to be to be seen, and they don't really interact with people which is. One reason why they have not been so many more films or videos up this. And I would assume as a creature living in the woods, if this creature does exist the probably hear a man coming from five hundred yards away and would be able to hide itself were to run away. So at this point now feel after doing the book looking at the film, what are your specific views about Bigfoot? The book does not have my opinion of the film because nobody's buying a book about what I think about Bigfoot. I that wasn't the purpose of the book. Anyway, it's about. Yeah. I leave the subject as the book is finished pretty much where I started is. I don't know what I'm looking at and the it's a very compelling film. I mean, it doesn't look like a man in a suit to me, which is why I'm not saying, this is just the sake. But there are just a lot of a lot of holes in the story about how the film was made. How it got processed? Roger Patterson's behavior really raised a lot of red flags prior to the shooting of the film and afterwards. That I can't help it be skeptical of it in many ways, I think I know what the cop out of an answer. But I don't know. And I sort of like it that way. Because if I would just go around saying, oh, yeah. Big foot exists or Bigfoot doesn't exist. Been the mystery has gone, I've already made my mind up, and the fact that I had not made my mind up enabled me to continue to enjoy the mystery. Would you call yourself a skeptic? That's probably a good enough word to describe it. I'm not a cynic about it. I mean, people claim that they've seen sasquatch isn't as I said earlier. I I certainly respect what they're saying. Because I wasn't with them at the time. I have no idea what they saw what they heard. But there's also very little evidence. Pointing to the fact that ourselves watches out there. There's no carcass has been found. No for no DNA has come forward and fill up in the Bronx just said, this seems to be the only film. I mean, there are a lot of fake films and videos out there that have been debunked immediately. The past and give them a film has never really been truly one hundred percent the bunk. There are still many many people who believe it's genuine, John and Virginia Beach Virginia is with us now, John thanks for calling, sir. Go ahead. Thank you for taking my call. Question for you. You may not be land certain which might, but you know, people that. Say that big foot doesn't exist for simple reason, they never know caucus found him bones down. And what do you think about that? All right. You can go I feel I've got my answer on that one. Well, one of the arguments in favor of big Foot's existence is the fact you don't really find a lot of carcasses skeletons of dead animals in the woods. I mean. No you don't find dead bears. You don't think dead because they've been taken away and Eaton that's right? There had been obviously, fossils that are found or excavated. If we're talking about extinct animals dinosaurs mammals around the ice age period that you found but you have to really dig deep into the ground. If the big foot is going to die under a tree out in the woods. There's a good chance within a few days. All the scavengers of the forest will have a meal of it. We've got Tom in the Bronx. Welcome to the program. Tom good to have you with us. Like to say that I'd seen them over years ago. About scientists. They believe that there was a particular type of dinosaur like creature going around and he to enforce his logic. He actually made head the costume maiden wards. And the next scene is before you realize that he was. He was driving in automobile. With. Notable automobile with a costume on. And you saw a dinosaur. Driving a convertible. And that was it a comedy. No it wasn't. It was supposed to be serious. He just believed that there was a creature of this variety. Do you remember? I I don't recall the. I don't know if you remember that one show that one doesn't ring a bell. And that it probably would remember something about a man in a dinosaur. Driving a convertible. I'm sorry. I can't help on that one of my favorites. Black and white movie the lost continent. Remember that one from longtime ago? Love fun. Yeah. Those were great. I mean, they were just captured your attention to be sure. And of course, as we get close to Christmas time, the wonderful life, would you be stored as a classic classic..

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"phil movie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

13:38 min | 2 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"And ninety four one FM. George Noory Beckwith you with Phil hall the weirdest movie ever made. What do you think this movie did for the knowledge of Bigfoot, Phil? Well, it certainly brought to wider attention prior to the Patterson given film, not many people knew about the sasquatch of those who did were primarily students of native American folklore, or of course, the tribes themselves because stories of creatures that resemble the sasquatch were found through tribal folklore throughout North America. It's not just unique to the Pacific coast. And it also brought a wider consideration of the subject of cryptos zoology because as I mentioned earlier in the nineteen seventies. You couldn't turn on the TV open the magazine or go to the movies without seeing something about either Bigfoot or the or the Loch Ness, monster mos- or any paranoid. Phenomenon. May remember the whole thing about the triangle? So it it widened the scope yawned mere folklore into very serious consideration and people paid attention to what they didn't laugh at it. And even today most people are not laughing at situations concerning crypto zoology and the paranormal did anything shock or surprise you. When you were putting the book together, what surprised me is how Roger Patterson was able to bring his film Bigfoot, America's abominable snowman out to the public. I wasn't aware of that. And I've written about film history. And I've written about film distribution, and I've actually worked in the film distribution industry. And this was something I had no knowledge of what's the weather? It's one of the reasons I didn't know about this is because Rogers film, I have not been seen in many many years. It was never released on home video because of the agreement with the BBC, and it's not playing in theaters anymore. Princeton movie do exist. I the impression the phone might have been lost. Because this was something that had been in a brief release relatively brief, and then disappeared from view, but the principal some do survive. There's the crypto zoology museum that learn Coleman runs in Maine, and he has a print of that. He told me that people wanted to see it for research purposes, he could screen he can't show it commercially because of the copyright situation with the BBC. Fill. One of your books is called the greatest bad movie of all time. Tell us about that title. Oh that was that book was some couple of years ago that was about two books back. The book was about films that inspire wonder you're left wondering how seemingly intelligent people could come together and spend money to create such bizarre production. The films that are just you you watch the films with your jaw on your chest. You can't believe you can't believe they're that bad. Yeah. But there they're a lot of these films are so bad. They're good. Some of them are so bad. They're bad. But this just goes beyond one of mediocrity. Just full blown. Well, what the hell is this type of stuff? This is like Hollywood's version of maybe give one you're watching this these crazy films, and you can't imagine that somebody thought this was a good idea. The worst movie I've ever seen in. Thank god. I didn't go to the cinema to see it. But it was on cable was the adventures of baron Munchausen. Oh that was a Terry Gilliam, so horrible movie. I'm not I'm not a fan of Terry gilliam's movies outside of Monty python? So I I saw about ten minutes of it on TV. And I turned it off. I mean, there was there was one scene where the Barron in his is out shirt worrying his little pirates type hat and stuff like that smiled. And they had a gleam of light hit one of his teeth, and they had one of those ping affects. Yeah. And head this just smile on his face. But it was just a horrible movie. And I'll never forget it. Because I watched the entire thing. It was that bad. I had to watch the greatest bad films of all time is about you. Have you just can't turn this this stuff? It's just so well on that you have to sit through it just to remind yourself that this thing does exist. This is not a figment of your imagination. Let's go to some of the phones share as they line up for you. We'll start by going to Kenny west of the Rockies and San Francisco. Hi, kenny. Go ahead, Georgia listen to show for a while. Now. Thanks, kenny. And how I looked at this film. Everything looks good animal looks it looks muscular. But the weakness that I see the backside around the buttocks area an animal this define mockery define you would think that area there, you should see muscle movement. It looks as if you could picture you can try to say if you get like a pillow, you put it in behind doing you look in the mirror and you start walking. Moving. But you don't see any movement in the backside where the botox are an animal this, huge muscular. You would think there should be muscular movement back there. You think there's a guy in a costume there? Kenny. Round the buttocks. It's like, it's padded cushion. And there's no muscle definition. Even if there was a lot further should be moving it back there. Brought that up Phil. Not that I'm aware of most people don't go looking at big Foot's booty. So. There have been complaints about the feet of the soles of the feet. There've been complaints that the hands look like loves, and then there are people who say that this whole thing looks like a genuine animal that doesn't look like a piecemeal costume. So everybody in many ways, it's a row such testing. Everybody looks at it and see something different interesting observation Kenny thanks for the call next up. Let's go to British Columbia and the wildcard line Terry's with us. Hi terri. Hi, guys. How's it going? All right. Listen, I got a very scary story about the hag. This is so real as scares me right now as I'm speaking to you island. So let's wait for the because we're going to restrict this to Phil's movie. Okay. And his stuff, so, but you're the heck story Alton lines. That's perfect Bobo take care of that for Terry. Call him back at the ultimate lifetime in ambles. Go straight for you, these calls folks restricted to movies or fill halls book the weirdest movie ever made as we talk about the Pederson gambling Bigfoot fell. Well, let's go next to Randy Johnson city, Tennessee. Hey, Randy, go forward high. Hi. Whereas movie us two of them. I'll make it quick. And the first one that I was saying was movie to me was salems light in nineteen seventy nine. That was a strange one. I remember that. Yeah. Second movie that was weird. Well, never they never show it on film. But this movie was made back in the late nineteen eighties early nineteen ninety somewhere in it was called three men and a baby. Which ended up being turned into a TV show, right or something like that two men and a baby. Wasn't sure I think he's speaking is that that's the one with with Tom Selleck. And Steve, Colloton Burke. That's it. That's it. I remember that. Was it a was that bad? There was a sequel to the film. So it was a popular movie. I have to admit I didn't see either film when it came out. We've got Mary in the state of Washington. Welcome to the program. I Mary go ahead. Hi, hey, how are you? I stayed in the movie which one. The Patterson given to the Patterson within what did you think of it? Well, I grew up in Yakima. I never knew Roger. But I knew his wife. I went to school with his wife and her sister was one of my best friends, and I also knew maharani Mus and went to school with him in church with his family. What did you think of the Phil? I thought it looked like it walked like a human. Did you think there was somebody in a costume? I didn't at the time. I just when I thought I thought it looks like a human. Walks like, a human and the way the armed swung around. And and then it just turned back around and just kept on walking, it wasn't afraid or anything. And so I just thought Tim human to me. And then I started hearing the story. So everybody was all excited about it. And. Started hearing the stories that by Harada was telling so. I I didn't think much more after that. Do you get that kind of comments Phil about the film that it looks like a human? Although only me I made a lot of people complained about it. Now, there was some problems with Roger Bob getting the film out in the first place because when they started screening it at the university of British Columbia and the American Museum of natural history in the Bronx zoo, the scientists fair said it's a man in a suit. So this has been a complaint that's been going on episode. Film was first grade. Our next step Joe in the Bronx, welcome to the program. Hey, Joseph go ahead. Good. How are you? Wonderful good. I wanted to ask your guest. Now, it seems a little odd to me that this is the holy film that claims to be actual footage of big foot being that there are so many other sightings, you would think that they would be either photos. Now that we're in the age of camera phones, and or some other films that would have captured Bigfoot. I mean, what's your theory on this? Why is this the only one well, according to Roger Patterson? He was under the belief that the sasquatch was in the film was either an elderly creature or was blind or near-blind because sasquatch is through the folklore from the native Americans were nocturnal. And this sasquatch was standing at sandbar in the middle of the afternoon. So one reason why there had not been other films. Like this is because fast watches, mostly come out at night. Now, of course with today's technology. Everybody has a video camera on their phones. You would imagine that they'd be able to have with many more videos, but. Isn't isn't the camera hog not into southeast? They don't want to be to be seen, and they don't really interact with people, which is one reason why they have not been so many more films or videos up this. And I would assume as a creature living in the woods, if this creature does exist the probably hear a man coming from five hundred yards away and would be able to hide the cell for to run away. So at this point now feel after doing the book looking at the film, what are your specific views about Bigfoot? The book does not have my opinion of the film because nobody's buying a book about what I think about Bigfoot. I that wasn't the purpose of the book. Anyway, it's about. Yeah. I leave the subject. Now's the book is finished pretty much where I started is. I don't know what I'm looking at and the it's very compelling film. I mean, it doesn't look like a man in a suit to me, which is why I'm not saying this is just a fake. But there are just a lot of lot of holes in the story about how the film was made. How it got processed? Roger Patterson's behavior really raised a lot of red flags prior to the shooting of the film and afterwards. That I can't help it be skeptical of it in many ways, I think I know what the cop out of an answer. But I honestly don't know. And I sort of like it that way. Because if I would just go around and saying, oh, yeah. Big foot exists or Bigfoot doesn't exist. Then the mystery has gone, I've already made my mind up, and the fact that I had not made my mind up enables me to continue to enjoy the mystery. Would you call yourself a skeptic? That's probably a good enough word to describe it. I'm not a cynic about it. I mean, people claim that they've seen sasquatch isn't. And as I said earlier, I certainly respect what they're saying. Because I wasn't with him at the time. I have no idea what they saw what they heard. But there's also very little evidence..

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"phil movie" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

08:34 min | 2 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on WLAC

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For information text based at 37913. Learn for yourself. Why ASU is ranked number one for innovation by US news and World Report and learn to thrive with Arizona State University. For more information about ASU online text space to three seven nine one three. That's S P. A C E two three seven nine one three. Stream along with wwl C dot com or listen on your smartphone with the the iheartradio iheartradio app. app. George George Noory Noory Beckwith Beckwith you you with with Phil Phil hall hall the the weirdest weirdest movie movie ever ever made. made. What What do do you you think think this this movie movie did did for for the the knowledge knowledge of of Bigfoot, Bigfoot, Phil? Phil? Well, Well, it's it's certainly certainly brought brought it it to to wider wider attention attention prior prior to to the the Patterson Patterson Gimblett Gimblett film, film, not not many many people people knew knew about about the the sasquatch sasquatch of of those those who who did did were were primarily primarily students students of of native native American American folklore, folklore, or or of of course, course, the the tribes tribes themselves themselves because because stories stories of of creatures creatures that that resemble resemble the the sasquatch sasquatch her found found through through tribal tribal folklore folklore throughout throughout North North America. America. It's It's not not just just unique unique to to the the Pacific Pacific coast. coast. And And it it also also brought brought a a wider wider consideration consideration of of the the subject subject of crypto cryptos zoology zoology because because as as I I mentioned mentioned earlier earlier in in the the nineteen nineteen seventies. seventies. You You couldn't couldn't turn turn on on the the TV TV open open the the magazine magazine or or go go to to the the movies movies without without seeing seeing something something about about either either Bigfoot Bigfoot or or the the yeti yeti or or the they Loch lock Ness, Ness monster monster mos- mos- or or any any paranormal paranormal phenomenon phenomenon may may remember. remember. The The whole whole thing thing about about the the triangle. triangle. So So it it it widened widened the the scope scope beyond beyond mere mere folklore folklore into into very very serious serious consideration consideration and and people people paid paid attention attention to to what it. they They didn't didn't laugh laugh at at it. it. And And even even today today most most people people were were not not laughing laughing at at the the situations situations concerning concerning crypto crypto zoology zoology in and the the paranormal paranormal did did anything anything shock shock or or surprise surprise you. you. When When you you were were putting putting the the book book together, together, what what surprised surprised me me is is how how Roger Roger Patterson Patterson was was able able to to bring bring his his film film Bigfoot, Bigfoot, America's America's abominable abominable snowman snowman out out to to the the public. public. I I wasn't wasn't aware aware of of that. that. And And I've I've written written about about film film history. history. And And I've I've written written about about film film distribution, distribution, and and I've I've actually actually worked worked in in the the film film distribution distribution industry. industry. And And this this was was something something I I had had no no knowledge knowledge of of whatsoever. whatsoever. It's It's one one of of the the reasons reasons I I didn't didn't know know about about this this is is because because Rogers Rogers film film has has not not been been seen seen in in many many many many years. years. It It was was never never released released on on home home video video because because of of the the agreement agreement with with the the BBC BBC, and. and It's it's not not playing playing in in theaters theaters anymore. anymore. Princeton Princeton movie movie do do exist. exist. I I was was under under the the impression impression that's that's all all might might have have been been lost. lost. Because Because this this was was something something that that had had been been in in a a brief brief release release relatively relatively brief, brief, and and then then disappeared disappeared from from view, view, but but the the principal principal some some do do survive. survive. There's There's the the crypto crypto zoology zoology museum museum that that Loren Loren Coleman Coleman runs runs in in Maine, Maine, and and he he has has a a print print of of that. He that. told Oh, me me that. that People people wanted wanted to to see see it it for for research research purposes, purposes, he he could could screen screen it. it. He He can't can't show show it it commercially commercially because because of of the the copyright copyright situation situation with with the the BBC BBC fill fill one one of of your your books. books. It's It's called called the the greatest greatest bad bad movie movies of of all all time. time. Tell Tell us us about about that that title title that was that that book book was was some some a a couple couple of years years ago ago that that was was about about two two books books back. back. The The book book was was about about films films that that inspire inspire wonder wonder you're you're left left wondering wondering how how seemingly seemingly intelligent intelligent people people could could come come together together and and spend spend money money to to create create such such bizarre bizarre productions. productions. The Films. films That that are are just just your you you you. Watch watch the the films films with with your your jaw jaw on on your your chest. chest. You You can't can't believe believe can't can't believe believe they're they're that that bad. bad. Yeah. Yeah. But But there they're they're they're they're a a lot lot of of these these films films are are so so bad. bad. They're They're good. good. Some Some of of them them are are so so bad. bad. They're They're bad. bad. But But this this just just goes goes beyond beyond run run of of the the mill mill mediocrity mediocrity just just full full blown. blown. Well, Well, what what the the hell hell is is this this type type of of stuff? stuff? This This is is like like Hollywood's Hollywood's version version of of maybe maybe you're you're watching watching this this these crazy crazy films, films, and and you you can't can't imagine imagine that that somebody somebody thought thought this this was was a a good good idea. idea. The The worst worst movie movie I've I've ever ever seen seen in. in. Thank Thank god. god. I I didn't didn't go go to to the the cinema cinema to to see see it. it. But But it it was was on on cable cable was was the the adventures adventures of of baron baron Munchausen. Munchausen. Oh, Oh there that was was a a Terry Terry Gilliam Gilliam, soon so horrible horrible movie. movie four. Four. I'm I'm not not I'm I'm not not a a fan fan of of Terry Terry gilliam's gilliam's movies movies outside outside of of Monty Monty python? python? So So I I I sort sort about ten ten minutes minutes of of it it on on TV, TV. and And I I turned turned it it off. off. I I mean, mean, there there was was there there was was one one scene scene where where the the baron baron in in his his his his outfit outfit you're you're wearing wearing his his little little pirates pirates type type hat hat and and stuff stuff like like that that smiled. smiled. And And they they had had a a gleam gleam of of light light hit hit one one of of his his teeth, teeth, and and they they had had one one of of those those ping ping affects affects and and head. head. This This just just bizarre bizarre smile smile on on his his face. face. But But it it was was just just a a horrible horrible movie. movie. And And I'll I'll never never forget forget it. it. Because Because I I watched watched the the entire entire thing. thing. It It was was that that bad. bad. I I had had to to watch watch the the entire entire thing. thing. The The greatest greatest films films of of all all time time is is about about you. you. Have Have you you just just can't can't turn turn this this stuff stuff off? off? It's It's just just so so well well on on that that you you have have to to sit sit through through it it just just to to remind remind yourself yourself that that this this thing thing does does exist, exist, and and this this is is not not a a figment figment of of your your imagination. imagination. Let's Let's go go to to some some of of the the phones phones here here as as they they line line up up for for you. you. We'll We'll start start by by going going to to Kenny Kenny west west of of the the Rockies Rockies and and San San Francisco. Francisco. Hi, Hi, kenny. kenny. Go Go ahead. ahead. I- georgia. Georgia Listen listened to to show show for for a a while. while. Now. Now. Thanks, Thanks, kenny. kenny. And And how how I I looked look at at this this film. film. Everything Everything looks looks good good to the animal animal looks looks it it looks looks muscular. muscular. But But the the weakness weakness that that I I see see the the backside backside around around the the buttocks buttocks area area an an animal animal this vista define fine Moscow. muscular, You you define define you you would would think think that that area area there, there. you You should should see see muscle muscle movement. movement. It It looks looks as as if if you you could could picture picture you you can can try try this. this. If If you you get get like like a a pillow. pillow. You You put put it it in in behind behind you. you. And And you you look look in in the the mirror mirror and and you you start start walking. walking. But But you you don't don't see see any any movement movement in in the the backside backside where where the the botox buttocks are are an animal. animal. This This huge huge muscular. muscular. You You would would think think there there should should be be muscular muscular movement movement back back there. there. You You think think there's there's a a guy guy in in a costume costume there? there? Kenny. Kenny. Round Round the the buttocks buttocks. It's like padded padded cushion. cushion. And And there's there's no no muscle muscle definition. definition. Even Even if if it it was was a a lot lot of of there there should should be be moving moving it it back back there. there. Anybody Anybody else brought brought that that up up Phil? Phil? Not Not that that I'm I'm aware aware of of most most people people don't don't go go looking looking at at big big Foot's Foot's booty. booty. So. There There have happened been complaints complaints about about the the feet feet of of the the souls soles of of the the seat feet. there'd There've been been complaints complaints that that the the hands hands. look Look like like loves, loves, and and then then there there are are people people who who say say that that this this whole whole thing thing looks looks like like a a a genuine genuine animal animal that that doesn't doesn't look look like like a a piecemeal piecemeal costume. costume. So So everybody everybody in in many many ways, ways, it's it's a a row row such such testing. test. Everybody Everybody looks looks at at it it and and see see something something different different interesting interesting observation observation Kenny Kenny thanks thanks for for the the call call next next up. up. Let's Let's go go to to British British Columbia Columbia in in the the wildcard wildcard line line Terry's Terry's with with us. us. Hi Hi terri. terri. Hi, Hi, guys. guys. How's How's it it going? going? All All right, right. listen. Listen, I I got got a very very scary scary story story about about the the hag. hag. This This is is so so real real scares scares me me right right now now is is I'm I'm speaking speaking to to you. you. Let's Let's wait wait for for the the because because we're we're going going to to restrict restrict this this to to Phil's Phil's movie. movie. Okay. Okay. And And his his stuff. stuff. So, So, but but you're you're the the heck heck story story open open lines. lines. That's That's perfect perfect Bobo Bobo take take care care of of that. that. For For terry. terry. Call Call him him back back at at the the ultimate open line lifetime time in in ambles. ambles, Go go straight straight for for you. you, these These calls calls folks folks restricted restricted to to movies movies or or fill fill halls halls book, book, the the weirdest weirdest movie movie ever ever made made as as we we talk talk about about the the Pederson Pederson Gamblin Gamblin Bigfoot Bigfoot fell..

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"phil movie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:33 min | 2 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Everything from gaming headphones in wireless, routers, virtual credit service for gamers, and now the San Francisco in Singapore dole headquartered company is set to release its second mobile device razor CEO mainly on Tang joins us now from L A to tell us more so men, obviously, the device spaces is dominated by apple and Samsung and a host of Chinese hardware makers what will set yours apart. We'll ensure to all focuses just on the game is out there. And they're two point three five billion game is out there. So right from the outset ourselves, we started with this kind of LIZA focus on the games out there with it would be peripherals hardware software services. And that's really our focus. The differentiation is really this focus on the game is so you're expected to it out to do mobile device in a matter of days. What can you tell us about it? We'll talk too much about it. But it's going to be a mobile focused event on the tenth of October. We'll be streaming it live. Whether it's on our social media channels on twitch so on and so forth. Well, just about the last year when we announced our first mobile device, we call a huge amount of attention. It was a critical and commercial success. So hopefully, we're going to be able to replicate it again this year. So how big do you see the east force space growing, and how big a part of that growth will be coming from China? Well, you know, we are one of the pioneers of sports back in the early days. It's been now DNA are used to be a semi competitive game back then. And we've seen the whole growth, I think in terms of sports throughout the world in the US. I think rightly the get go it was like places like Korea, which was the maker of east sports for very long time. Now, China has seen explosive growth the streaming services. Like who you are. A variety of different ways in which is being done in terms of e sports. We just see this growing all the time. We are seeing the numbers go through the roof, and we expect exponential growth to come everywhere. Beat in the US Europe China. The Chinese government has been cracking down on the gaming industry over concerns about gaming addiction. What impact do you expect that will have on your company on the growth of the market in general? So I can't talk too much about the acts of the Chinese government in terms in the space. But what I can say is that we actually run one of the biggest monetization platform. So emerging markets. It's a virtual credit that we provide that connects to multiple games, and we've been seeing a lot of Chinese companies. I think come down to the emerging markets of southeast Asia Latin America so on and so forth. So for example, we just announced a partnership with mobile, and we're helping them monetize in southeast Asia. So what we do is provide them that virtual credit that is used by game is all around the world. And we're seeing a lot of growth of Chinese companies coming outside of China as a former competitive gamer yourself are you concerned about gaming addiction, and what is razor planning to do about it? Well, I think we've seen negatively on all forms of entertainment. I think back in the early days, whether it's TV Phil movies and so forth. So I think it's all about motivation. And that's something we encourage all game is to do. Now. I think the the thing about gaming is one of the most interactive forms of entertainment. So it always gets to be a little bit more engaging immersive along the way. But moderation. That's the key. All right razor, CEO mainly on ten. Thank you so much for stopping by that does it for this edition of Bloomberg technology, be sure to tune in tomorrow..

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"phil movie" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"This this is just they're doing it again but this what i laughed i laughed out loud and no numerous type so the chiefs on the comedic beats for me anyways yeah yeah i mean even the comedy though they're they're they're going back to the old like there's nothing new in terms of the comedy yeah you're you know you're still leaning on lewis being saying con company that will be fun to even like the excon stuff this time around it was like ti in the russian guy show up and it's like oh wait they're still there is these guys do in the movie come into taste i need to come to where you are so you can help me with these care how how poorly written that it cerebral i'll tell you a lot of stuff seemed kind of tacked on like after thought like oh just make belva buster thing here with those over there yeah yeah it seemed like they wrote it that's why it seemed like they had this insomnia casts and they were like we we did really we we have we struggle in this first phone with us in psalm we'll yeah but we don't we don't have enough for this in samba to do in the second film but we still got incorporate them somehow yes phil movie it was fun but there are obvious things that if you look at it with for more than a second and think about it you're like oh weird decisions yeah weird ways to go any questions i got a couple of questions question that does this time line matchup when exactly does this take place they said it's been two years since he got busted out of the raft so that's real time spent two years since civil war right does this happen i feel like this happens of right before the events a fierce infinity war that movie happened in like a day or two it was two days this movie also took maybe like two or three days so i mean it a year i mean anytime that year it could it could happen i i think for for you and for anyone that's like fretting about this it don't think it's that big of a deal i think the epilogue i think it's clearly before infinity war before any invasion yes yes before anything anything happens with then else's men coming down and fucking shit up in new york whatever this happens way before that the epilogue definitely after is is moments before infinity could've been days later from the end of the with him i a kind of semi like paraphrase movie bob but he's like he was basically like this it's got to be a month later because they built a whole new training did build the whole fucking tunnel in the movie bob was like basically this movie's just entertainment it is like it's not meant to be homework stopped thinking about well because if you do like for example if you think about it doesn't make sense for example at the end of the movie hake and janet are in by the water and he makes a house for them right right they're all still fugitives why in the post credits would they fucking come back to san francisco where everybody's looking for them all right i question for yeah now they bring up this house there the inflatable bill what philly this is suitcase having all self contained in there i think water yes that.

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"phil movie" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

See You Next Wednesday

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday

"Yeah maybe we'll get that guy we're gonna go the other way and the only way he tries to the circus yeah all in on that gawking glove yeah i worry that he's going to start bruce willis thing though i was just stands around grimacing about to say with him aging i feel like he could take the mantle of a bruce willis who tries like it'd be starts because he kind of has that look and if he starts giving it in some fun be movie roles maybe he could do that judging by his career he does need the story absolute at some point because there's no like other than snatching locks doctor those are like phil movies quality and then the next best thing is cranston or two yeah it's not a good yeah we're looking at here let's let's not discount the crank bubis all fair oh yeah you know what that serve legitimate yeah yeah they are called the good yeah okay so he's got those ford four to be a good sure he needs a good movie yeah like bad i don't think this'll be it maybe it might be the right bang money awards the way yeah sure like if he's does well though like if there's bang then he could then it's really like he has optimal like okay yeah i got a nail it with something now blitz two or some shit movies what splits netflix yeah and other trailer came out that i mentioned earlier.

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"phil movie" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

ID10T with Chris Hardwick

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick

"Global reach we have a streaming business model that's off the charts and just now just now after forty years of doing this people will okay con works but that that acceptance is only come with the realization that like a digital presence like youtubers can be successful i guarantee youtubers face even the same stick your only popular on youtube kid when they don't realize that like that's actually being genuinely robin yeah so it just that just hit me the wrong way early on in my career and it became my goal to be like i would like to leave this place better than i found it which is why i did the marine early on i didn't wanna do movies didn't i loved living the life i loved going town town feeling the heartbeat of excitement that tangible animal you guys know if you're out there and you tell a joke or if they're buying the bit you get immediate satisfaction or if you're bombing it's also immediate notice i'm going to change this next and you always give another town you always get another chance so like it's the it's the passion of of the live animal that is unlike anything in the world and then when i was told to go to movies i was very skeptical but the business model made sense if i take a ww performer and make a movie star more is we'll watch wwe got it that works with my mission statement i'm going to do this get to austria started phil movie i don't like this i'd rather be home.

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"phil movie" Discussed on Windows Weekly

Windows Weekly

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"phil movie" Discussed on Windows Weekly

"The back to school is ready to edge phil movie oh that was a good one i like that one that was funds would old school old school thank you chat room always knows he always so the fcc you is finally do it is a vote group it's say this every week for sokaiya now on the air we have has a dis the car weighed in yet now that brandel a blank weighed in us week uh as as close as were going to get i know rate so um it's funny somebody asked on the blank on twitter brandon is build sixteen to nine nine one five rtm as then released two m j f i am he's bed in one word yes i love it released two jamf now before he hit on the ramp i just want to point out that mary jo has foolishly forgotten to bring her gong to this so i dip oh you can't you can rant you can ran although there is a commonality to the two major stories we've discussed so far today and what is that commonality uh microsoft announcing something important to an individual on twitter got into the world via a press release the blood posts some other public events of some kind to the literally in response to one human being one human being on uh from microsoft has revealed the thing we wanna know that's the way the world is now man at listened utah old school you said uh i'm sorry england uh this is not.

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