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Thompson-Robinson rallies No. 17 UCLA past Cal, 35-28
"The UCLA bruins used the late second quarter touchdown to build momentum as they held off California, 35, 28. Ruins quarterback Dorian Thompson Robinson was 21 of 30 for a 189 yards and a touchdown. Dealing with these guys all year. And being able to be a real brotherhood and lean on each other at times when things get harder or adversity hits. So again, I'm just so thankful to be able to play with these guys again and enjoy this win for sure. Meanwhile, the golden bears lost 7 of their final 8 games. In the loss, Cal's Jack plummer was 24 of 34 passing for 294 yards and four touchdowns. Ryan leong, Berkeley
"plummer" Discussed on KGO 810
"Our left is where we're going at the moment. That passing concept was called why stick. You get a quick hitch route on the inside, the outside running a corner just trying to work one of the other by the quarterback stick route was not there plummer didn't have time to hit the corner route, but it did develop. It would have been open if he had a little more time. All right, sturtevant and Terry are both wide receivers out to the right. Two more receivers out to the left side. Shotgun formation. It's still a running back to the right side of the quarterback and a pass to the right side is throwing what appeared to be a broken pattern, Mike, the receiver turned in and the ball was thrown to the out, so somebody wasn't on their same page. Jermaine Terry was the outside receiver, so tight end playing that outside receiver spot. And plummer threw it early. He was expecting a 5 yard hits. Jermaine Terry went down and got the sticks. He was about 7 yards downfield when you're not on the same page when your timing is off. It's tough for quarterback and receiver to hook up on timing routes like that. Okay, so hunter goes out to the right side, so this may have been Anderson. Shotgun formation, but only the quarterback will not lined up as a receiver now he comes back into the backfield. So we go back to the shotgun. Third and ten. Plenty of time passed downfield and intercepted, I believe. And so there goes the street for the count quarterback Jack plummer who has on a run where he could go without much longer had the longest streak ever for a power quarterback, but it was just taken away. And frankly, right now, Mike, he doesn't look so good. He just looked off in the first maneuver, tyron Taylor intercepts. That throw was definitely off. He's trying to force the vertical pass downfield. Sturtevant had somebody running underneath the man his safety over the top. As a quarterback, you've got to know when to check the ball down. That time he should have checked it down to a back underneath. He would have gotten some yardage out of it. Instead, he tried to force it down field and ended up giving the ball away. So his streak stopped at a 135 without it interception. And so Colorado takes over and starts out at their own 34 yard line. Shotgun formation, left hand quarterback, throws it way down the left sideline. There's a receiver out there for the boy they had an opportunity
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Canha, Plummer help Mets to 5-4 comeback win over Brewers
"The Met scratched out a run in the bottom of the 8th and beat Milwaukee 5 to four to take two of the three game series The mets climbed back from a three run deficit tying it in the 5th on a market Canada to run Homer Edwin Diaz picked up his 13 save but not before Milwaukee's hunter renfrow tried to score the tying run from first base on a double but was thrown out at the plate on a nice relay throw from Pete Alonso Both starters Aaron ashby have Milwaukee and the Met's tile on McGill left the game with forearm and shoulder injuries Mike mancuso New
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Marte, Plummer power Mets to 13-5 rout of Nationals
"The first place New York Matt spent 16 hits including three homers as they hammered the national 13 to 5 The mets came from behind scoring two in the first four in the second and three talents in the third and fourth frames paced by another big knife for left Fielder Nick plummer who was three for four with four runs driven in and became the first player to met history to hit a home run each of their first two major league games That's great You know this is what this is what you know you envision coming over here and being a part of this club and ultimately coming out with a win The Nats were able to touch up New York sort of David Peterson for four run on 6 hits but the mets offense was relentless pushing Washington to its second loss in four games The mets are now 16 games over 500 and pick up their first four K winning streak of 2022 Mike Moriarty New
"plummer" Discussed on Knowing Faith
"For joining us. It's great to be here, Kyle. Thanks. So here's the big question for us. What are the top two to three interpretive icebergs when we are reading scripture? That's a great question. And it's a question I think a lot of Christians, whether they articulated or not, they have because they want to be faithful when they read the scriptures. Christians don't want to distort the scriptures. They don't want to add to them or take away from them. So let's think about that. The first thing that came to my mind was honestly just knowing the scriptures and being shaped by them rather than by say reruns of the office or professional sport watching professional sports. Christians, if they want to interpret the Bible rightly, to read the small pieces in light of the whole, they need to know the Bible. They need to read the Bible. And so that would be my first challenge to the listeners is to just assess really is your life being shaped by scripture. Are you reading the word of God? Are you thinking about it? How much is it shaping your thoughts as opposed to the other intakes you have in through your phones, through media, television, things like that. So that's my challenge. First, just read and know the word of God. Secondly, an interpreter of iceberg, I would call it the Luke 6 46 iceberg. And this is where Jesus said, why do you call me lord lord and do not do what I say? So searching question for us. And it's a reminder that interpreting the Bible is not just about knowing more stuff, but it's about knowing it and then living in light of it. It's about following Jesus as our lord, that we wouldn't just call him lord. It wouldn't just be something we say, but it would really shape who we are and what we do. We would submit to him as his followers and know him and love him. So that'd be my challenge to our readers too. Our listeners that they that they would be people who don't just learn about God, but they would come to know him and it would shape the decisions they make about their finances about their relationships and so on. A third interpretive iceberg, final one, I'll just bring up right now, would be, we could call it the reader response iceberg. And you know Kyle, I'm sure that the dominant approach really to interpreting literature that we find in many secular universities is something called reader response is a broad umbrella of interpretation. We're basically you have permission to take the text and do what you want with it. You can make it say what you want. You use it as a springboard or a fulcrum to address topics of interest to you. R two criticize others. And I think many people unknowingly can do that with the Bible. And we're sort of learned that, sadly, through poor devotional material that just sort of springboards off children's literature on the Bible, children's bibles that pay no attention to what the inspired author was intending to convey through the passage, but just use it to sort of keep people busy with facts or just what is the proverbial Sunday school class where everyone goes around and shares their ignorance. You know, what does this mean to you without really asking, what did the apostle John mean by conveying them? What did the apostle Paul? And so for example, second Peter three 16 Peter warns us that ignorant and unstable people are distorting Paul's writings, which he calls scripture as they do the other scriptures to their own destruction. And so when we read Paul's writings, we want to convey what the apostle Paul intended to convey. Obviously inspired by the Holy Spirit, but Paul didn't go into a trance and wake up and then say, I wonder what I wrote to the galatians, right? So we read it carefully and we don't want we want our teaching to be in line with the apostolic purpose of that. Second Timothy two 15, if I lean over here in my office, I can see the Greek writing of that on the front of the Norton administration building to rightly divide the word of truth. That's what we want to be as Christians, not just pastors, not just Sunday school teachers, but all Christians. When we come to the word of God, we don't want to twist it. We want to deliver it straightly. We want to deliver it in its full undiluted power as inspired by the Holy Spirit. So those will be the three icebergs that come to mind as just first things that come to my mind. All of us live with some sort of longing in our hearts, a gap between the life we want and the life we actually have. Our dear friend and incredible writer and teacher Elizabeth Woodson has lived this and really haven't we all. Elizabeth helps us explore the majesty of God's promises and his character through the book of Joshua and her new book embrace your life, embrace your life is a beautiful reminder of God's goodness, even when things don't seem to go how we expect. Don't we all need that reminder? Embrace your life by Elizabeth Woodson is available for pre order now. That's really helpful, doctor plummer. Maybe just let me ask a follow-up question. I find that that kind of reader response approach, like you mentioned, is really widely available in most church small groups and Bible studies. Where you just kind of read a passage and then you're like, okay, well, how do we all feel about it? What do we all think about that? Let's imagine a listener finds themself. And a church, a church that believes the gospel, so we're assuming it's a healthy church. It's a church that you wouldn't mind. One of your children being a part of. And but the dominant kind of approach to the Bible in small group settings or viable studies is more of just a, okay, we read the passage. What do you think about that? How do you feel about that? What would you tell how could somebody be a very gracious and compassionate agent of maybe redirection to a more faithful approach? In the context of a group like that. How might you might advise someone if they're going, listen, doctor plummer, I just read your 40 questions to interpret in the Bible. I want my small group to be more faithful when we're dealing with the text. It feels like there's a lot of reader response kind of approaches to Bible study in my small group. What would you say, hey, consider taking this step? Yes, that's a great question. And I think it depends a lot upon your relationship with that small group. So at one point in the question, you were imagining visiting a church that you're not part of and then another one you said, what about if it's my small group? So those are kind of two different questions. I think that people rightly have hesitation in addressing this. If you're ready to charge in and beat people up with truth, then you should definitely not address this. So I'd say if you're say you're visiting a church, you're not a member. You may never go back to this church. Probably you should limit yourself to praying for the leader and for the church. And realize that something you say, just off handed comment or an attempt at correction, will likely not be received or even understood. So that's a matter for prayer. But secondly, if you're part of a group where you have investment, you have relationships, people know you care. You're going to be going back there. That's something I think you can. And then you have to assess where I am and this will in this group. If I'm the leader, was pretty easy to start shifting the group toward a more careful reading of the scripture, listing to the inspired authors intent and seeking to shape our application and understanding according to that. Now, if the church has a long tradition of just sort of everyone sharing what they think and they're being no attempt to sort of assess that, just sort of everyone, everyone being like, oh, that's good for you. And this is good for me. It may take some time to do that. But it can be done gently and lovingly. I think it can even be addressed like, hey, you know, this is what's traditionally been done here, but are really want us as a group to lovingly really seek to understand the scriptures as the apostle Paul would have wanted us to understand his letters. I wouldn't want him to come as a visitor to our group and be let and say, I have no idea what you're talking about. That's not what I intended at all. We want to I think intuitively people can get that. They're like, oh, I wouldn't want to read Romans and come up with some application or understanding that would be completely foreign to the apostle Paul. I mean, that would be bizarre, right? Most people intuitively can grasp that, though it may take some time. And I think just being gentle about it and kind of circling back, where you circle back to the issue and say, okay, now we've gotten to share some here, but let's ask the question, what really was Paul or John or Jeremiah, what were they seeking to convey to their original hairs and speakers? And then let's think about how is what we're talking about today and applying this really enmeshed with it. Like just a direct implication of their original message. I think this, again, it's possible that someone will still be upset or offended by by that, but if we do it lovingly and gently, then that's, you know, in the end, we can't control other people's emotional reactions. I'll tell you, I have a super, my doctoral supervisor Mark seyfried had such a wonderful way of dealing with things like this in the classroom. Every now and then a student would come up with some crazy idea and just say some bizarre interpretation. He would just gently listen and sort of nod his head and say, fair enough. And then he would move on. And I've always found the words fair enough just are always fitting because they convey some level of respect, but then they don't, they're not affirming the truth of what someone's saying. I like that, doctor Palmer, I'm going to start using fair enough more.
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No. 20 Illinois beats No. 24 Iowa for share of Big Ten title
"Illinois is grabbed a share of the big ten regular season title with Wisconsin the twentieth ranked a line I did it with the seventy four seventy two win over number twenty four Iowa coffee Cochran had twenty one points and fourteen rebounds to lead the Illini to their first conference championship since twenty oh five one of the more with the realest of Florida a Florida man again you know it will probably that's what a lot of people since this is in but for me it was like on a motivation factor you know I like taking on the challenge of changing something in you know on making the impact Illinois trailed by fifteen in the first half but Alfonso Plummer led the charge back in route to fifteen points illinois' hopes for a conference crown were kept alive with Nebraska upset number ten Wisconsin seventy four seventy three earlier Sunday I'm Dave Ferrie
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Cockburn, Plummer help No. 15 Illinois beat Michigan 93-85
"Coffee cart printer now finds a plumber combined for fifty three points is fifteenth ranked Illinois outscored Michigan ninety three eighty five copper delivered twenty seven points in helping the Illini get within one game of Wisconsin for the big ten lead social worker you know make some of our plan because I was going to fall just try to get a good grade started talking so much in a good position plumber provided twenty three of his twenty six points by halftime for the Illini who saw a fifteen point second half lead cut to two in the closing minutes Trent Frazier hit a three pointer with forty five point three seconds left putting Illinois up by seven devided Johns had a season high twenty five points and matched a career high with ten assists for the Wolverines I'm Dave Ferrie
"plummer" Discussed on WTOP
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"plummer" Discussed on NASACast Audio
"We're building and we're still doing it right now. we're building the time line. That's going to include Just just operating the systems to to understand how they're going to perform it in in this this lunar environment or during acid and entry for judge team You know they've done testing So we have a feel for how the system's going to operate testing it. Plummer work where they do. A thermal vacuum bringing down the vacuum. They heated they. Cool it Until we see how. The systems responded in the test. But it's a different environment when you get when you leave low-earth-orbit heading the moon so we're building a timeline mission. Plan white plan. That's going to get a test. All the various systems in each of the disciplines. That judge spoke of there are responsible for their their their Their systems and operating it. And doing these we call them detailed flight test objectives or flight test objectives operating system. To see how it's gonna operate function and and and and we're following the time line now a big piece about the mission control also is when things don't go as planned for whatever reason we run into something we didn't expect Then we have to re plan we retirement. We may move. That didn't turn out the way we planned it but we understand are we gotta look at the data we understand. So let's try it again and so the team has to rebuild the plan that we spent months building and now we got a replant it. So the there's there's execution ships there's replan shifts and so It just continuous. Twenty four seven were just working on exhibition. And then updating the flight plan to as necessary to get all those mr objectives accomplished. that's it so When it comes to judge like all those things that are coming in that are that are monitoring really. Let's just let's just say like the avionics position all the data's coming in and they say this is not what it's supposed to be. Because i know what it's supposed to be at this so this is where those re plans. This is where those those different operations come in. that says. You know this is how we're going to deal with this scenario. Yeah so so in in your example avionics person says hey. I've got a computer. That's thrown me a piece of information that it's not right or or you know forbid that that the computer one of the computers failed you know completely Yeah so they'll say. Hey these are the things that we can do with it. You know to try to trouble. Shoot you know these. These are the the capabilities that we have lost. Are the capabilities that we still have And and so then you put that together with well. What are the the forward objectives that we have for the vehicle. You know coming up you know. Are they still compatible. Are we going to have to move those down. You know down line a little bit further until we completely trouble shoot. What the problem is that. You had in this particular system so When it comes in the room that flight director it sounds like as the person that's really absorbing all the information from that avionics guy from you know wherever ground control make sure all the satellites are working to make sure you got.
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"plummer" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"The fact that juxtaposed well with the cliffhanger where they are clearly not together where she is clearly has been with someone else who also now clearly quite dead a is to obviously throws it. The fact that that's a nice juxtaposition probably led me to that cliffhanger but it probably came out of. I love you not out of some need to manipulate the audience and make them feel bad john screening at. You're speaking to my soul here. Damaged characters characters that are flawed. Like people that are actually human beings. This is wonderful. You know that a good chunk of hallmark viewers. They watch this to escape characters and i'm not one of those viewers. I'm with you. But for instance i have an actual comet. I'm going to read to you john. Sure sure And just like that. My favorite comfort watch is kerr splat one more one. More thing having zion. That is what is all so what what are you. What do you say to somebody. Who's just there. Turn their brain off for an hour and a half. Well i would. I first of all i would say to them. Beautiful use of the worker. Splat i mean. That is some phenomenal onomatopoeia. The i would also say that. I think the reason you feel so comforted by travis and amy. Graham is not because they don't truck with the horrors of life. I mean what is possibly more horrible than than homicide. Nothing i mean that is that is surely our greatest crime. So it's not. It's not that it's the reason you're so comfortable with them or they provide you. Such comfort is because they are complicated people and that And that's why you might be more comforted by them than you might To other characters and some other hallmark thing you might feel so hurt and wounded by what what you witnessed those closing. You know sixty seconds or our loggins. But i would say to comfort that person the love that feel for them which obviously feel for each other. Do you really think that a love. That strong is not going to somehow find a way to move forward in the future right then. Really think that. That's what i would ask that person like. Do you really really not believe i. You know i i. In fact i quoted matthew eight twenty six where christ says. Let's go little fate fate. You know he's really remonstrating against he's postles. Come on get with it. Believe more bats what you're being test you're being tested and believe you know so anyway. Reverend plummer bringing the good word. I wanna tell you john that were for the record. By the way the record. I'm a practicing. Who chance nami. Renegade geico.
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"plummer" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"But so right so so he needs to find al and out winslow and why not get some some help from the big city you know from big city on the way but but of course. He's quite confident that he'll get there. Outfox if you will we'll you did it. There's one other time. Where i believe travis partner that might be dead talk. You might be a different one. Transpose debt that is on your beloved and that one. That would make sense like that. When i'm on board with this one. I was like this guy. Just you wouldn't do it. I just can't imagine a world where i'm covering up this long standing thing and i'm like yeah dude. Come on and sniff around like it was just. It was hard for me to swallow. He's always but he's always with them. He's always on top of things again. It really is the principle of keep your enemies closer. I mean they've flown three thousand miles to to try to you know. Stick their beaks into this. And i think harry's sentiment is they're going to do this weather Whether i give them permission or not better to keep them you know velcro to me all right so what. I'm talking about So there's seven of these. Now i know sometimes they they shoot them back to back or they're working on a couple at a time or whatever. How far in advance do you kind of have not just the story for an individual movie but like the overall arc or to ask this question like how far in advance did you come up with like the ending of the latest mystery. One on one. Like how far are you planning this scope of these two characters within the larger story that is mystery one one. Well it's it. It's very much You know the only time we've ever really britain to really at the same time were Was with with words can kill and dead talk and witcher numbers three and four. And that's why my friend. Jim came into sort of helped me at least with the first draft of dead talk and took over.
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"plummer" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"And that's what became mystery. One on one ben because because amy was a literature. Professor nominally. At least in the original drafts. I i was brought i. I was brought on board and thought it was thought i would be good fit and i turned out to be decent. A great fits john. How dare you a great fit and is that why in imdb at says written your credits for mystery. Wanna i wanna written by four episodes. Tell a play to story one is that is that how that breaks yeah. I'm not sure. I i'm not quite sure how i have credits pigs in. I mean i wrote them all. I've i've got the tele- tele- plagues us me. Credit on all seven of them at this point Well i checks share the credit on dead. Talk with my friend. Jim bittermann but But yeah i have the credit on on all of them. I you know i have. I have shared story credit with the original writers of the first. The first one that makes sense. Have you had any desire to dabble with a hallmark channel. Proper script more romantic little less mystery. Have you thought about that since you're gonna do a little less. Nah yes that's right and any of that percolating in the brain. Yeah yeah no. Actually i mean i have been i. I'm writing one. The middle of writing one Yes i was brought on again to do a rewrite of one that it's a fall romantic comedy and it's really so you know i mean the middle of it and i'm i'm actually waiting for notes back from from our executives but it's actually really delightful delightful challenge for me and i really you know i'm a you know much ado shakespeare. I love romantic comedy. I love banter and you know. I also am accused nora. Ephron fan and So you know to me again. I'm always trying to raise the bar and bring things up and do the. That's what i'm working on with this one. Do they break up at the end of that. One or is exclusively for miss. It ends in a murder suicide. I'm joking again too. I i hope that you know if if this one goes the distance. We'll see you never know in hollywood. But if this goes the distance you guys can can judge and You know presents a more what's the way to put dimensional layer version of what human life is. So you know. i know. We'll see we have talk with mystery one but this guy is chooses his words so carefully that i really wanted to try to trip him up and make him say something. He's not supposed to say but that's part of me just wants to do that instead but we we need to talk about well. My my mom was an english teacher. And i was a history teacher which is great credentials but it's enough to recognize eloquence and you. You're doing a great job so the we had talked about mystery one right there. Seven of these bad boys. It's travis it's amy they somehow travis gets jurisdiction. No matter wary is no questions are asked and go ahead. Questions are defense. Let's start with this if you were covering up a twenty year old murder and we're a cop. Would you let travis have jurisdiction. Well keep your enemies closer right. I mean that's that's what that's the. That's the principle. That harry is working on like you know. Keep keep your enemies closer. He needs to find this guy right. I mean i obviously. This is a spoiler. Oh yeah we'll say that at the beginning i'm sure cocoa..
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"plummer" Discussed on Deck The Hallmark
"Do you think you are. That's so sweet. I mean gosh. i didn't. I didn't think about it in those terms but who do i am. I mean i'm you know. I'm i'm the one who's fortunate enough to write mystery. One one and you know is really extremely fortunate to have had their overton. Emily merlin my incredible producers supporting me in in this time. No no getting out now. I be word great where everybody's excited i mean there's no such thing as bad press right. I mean the fact. I was following on twitter. You know on on sunday night when the show premiered and you know people are tweeting. More trending at twenty seven. And then you know at an hour later we were trending at nineteen. Look one hour later. We'd actually the enthusiasm and increased for for the show and i'm gonna. I'm using the word enthusiasm intentionally but But yeah no what. I meant about about heather. Emily is their incredible support. In letting us do you know this kind of tell this kind of a story which isn't all neat and tidy like kinda like life get out of here now. John christopher plummer. We do have other questions do. We'll i say let's get to know him first. Let's do that. I don't want to be bombard him and you know run him off. Let's but here's the thing you gotta know this john yesterday on the show. I said it's the best ministry they've ever done the best one they've ever done. Not mr one hallmark. it's the best mystery hallmarks ever done that and another one depend. I believe it was dead. Talk i think those two. I think stand above by and large the rest of what i've watched movies and mysteries channel and so i'm having is wizard skills. Wizards kills what. What is that one hall. Gosh that line. Some kids says wizard skills and we why it's the best one man. He played that clip numerous. So you can go back and listen to that john on your spare time but before the enlist to get to know him really who do you think you are. But and like the real simpson's What's your story. How'd you get into writing and all that stuff. My goodness got into writing a theater company out of shakespeare company that i'd started right after college. And you know we had some ideas for shows that we wanted that didn't exist so i was like well. I guess i'll write that you. And i really didn't think of myself as a writer and all the debts really how that's really writing started and then i you know. Of course i had always always loved writing and literature and especially dramatic literature. I was an actor and the director and artistic director of this fledged shakespeare company. But i i never. I think never it took a long time for me to think of myself as a writer and eventually i i. What's what's the best. Shakespeare play john. Oh boy that's a great question. I will tell you my you know. They're also brilliant. Even king john but my my my most favorite. I directed twelfth night three times. It's very near and dear to me. I think it's a beautifully complex hilarious comedy about death and grief and But i for my money. I think the best one is winter's tale Or much about nothing. It's maybe it's maybe tied between much ado about nothing. And when in fact i was referencing. Much ado about nothing to some of our fans on you know that. I was communicating with on instagram. Because they were so distraught. That you know. Amy and travis..
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"plummer" Discussed on The Three Questions with Andy Richter
"I've been. I've i've had a busy morning. It's like after years of not years but you know like a year of like having one thing to do every three days like now. I'm having like three or four things to do a day and i'm like fuck bros. Oh my god i was. I'm going to be on the view. Monday morning so i had to do a pre interview on about the view. Which like not my scene. But we'll see you know. I think you the view is going to make the view saying that will serve the program overall. Yeah well i told him. How meghan has me blocked. And and i don't know if they want to talk about that i'm perfectly fine with it and she's like no. I think we'll skip over that and take the heat now. I know i know well. I mean let's just say we've already started. This is a podcast called the three questions. I mean you probably know that. 'cause you clicked on it. I mean unless like you're being held hostage and someone is forcing you to listen to this out of some kind of torture will let me tell you. They're they're wrong. This is this is going to be good. I i have a guest today that i am very excited to talk to. I don't know her i. I've never met her but she is on Just one of the best shows. I've seen in a long long time and i am not a big fan of comedy. No kidding i i kind of feel like it's like the way that my stepfather plummer wouldn't wanna watch. Hdtv just come home. And i wanna see murders. I wanna see you know mafia i wanted you know. Maybe i don't wanna see. Tv yes but anyway Is on a show called hacks on hbo. Which i started hearing about you know like i do from the people i trust mentioning it on twitter and holy shit is at a great show and holy shit..
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"plummer" Discussed on The Ten News
"Work on. Who knows what kinds of positive changes you can make. It just takes one person like a harvey milk or even a un barker plummer to make a difference last last for generations. And there's no time like the presence. I would say you know. Now is the time to take action for our future. Now's the time to get involved and now let's check in on some headlines in some exciting animal news from down under australia. Reports that baby tasmanian devils are being born on the australian mainland for the first time in three thousand years before now there were only on the island of tasmania which is off the coast of the mainland conservationists. Hope that the cute little devils will help re.
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What is Pride Month?
"This month you might see an extra abundance of rainbow flags and an explosion of color everywhere from commercials on tv to incredible parades in the street. Pride is here. so what is it. Pride began as a demonstration created to remember the events at the stonewall inn in nineteen sixty nine the somalian was a gay bar in new york city. And during this time gay people faced regular attacks and persecution. The police regularly raided the stonewall inn but this day. lgbtq people there had enough and fought back protests and violence continued for days afterwards capturing national attention. This event became a turning point and it's credited with launching the modern gay rights movement which still continues to this day as lgbtq fight for equality pride events like parades and street festivals are held all over the country and around the world. Many will return in person this year after being cancelled last year because of kovin and others will offer tons of virtually vents for celebration and learning
"plummer" Discussed on WTOP
"Amanda Plummer, two. Oh, eight. Hello, Daniel, Behind Hillary. It is Monday, and it's slow on 95 south bound for Prince William County. But the crash the Stafford County in Quantico, involving the truck beyond exit 1 48 is clear. If you are still considering bailing to 34 South, bound between 95 rude one, there's a crash on the left side and traffic on Route one. Residual. Lee slow the most obvious. Alternate route North bound on 95. Nothing in the way only brief volume delays. 3 95 North bound your boundary channel Dr. Fire rescue at the crash. The rights had blocked getting pie with a brief but sudden delay heading in to Washington on 3 95 north on D C to 95 South bound, had one broken down your Benning Road now D C fire M s going for a crash. Closer to East Capitol Street. They're also heading for a crash on Kenna Worth Avenue near Route 50. That's going to involve Maryland and D. C authorities. New York Avenue 50. At Bladensburg Road. The traffic signals have been dark for quite a while. Think they're back on color? We have not gotten the all clear on that one. It is clear sailing at least travel wise through Annapolis it across the Chesapeake Bay. No volume delays on the Beltway. No delays on to 70 north of it. 95 Baltimore Washington Parkway without incident. Don't wait about Wait ready for the great American Road trip fit. Small dot com. Has your next rider Fitzgerald Toyota like the fuel efficient RAV four Visit Fitzgerald Toyota Fit small dot com Today, Dave Golden Wtlv traffic. All right, let's head on over to storm team for right now, Lauren Records. Periods of showers will continue to push through the region here in there, but there's gonna be lots of drying times and in those dry times could have a few peeks.
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Fed's Powell: US nears full reopening to 'different economy'
"Federal reserve chairman. Jerome powell pointed to a strong march jobs report as a sign of continued economic recovery. But he says the fed is still waiting to see a significant improvement in the economy before easing supportive measures and we got a taste of what faster progress will look like with the march plummer report close to a million jobs particularly if you add in the revisions for january and february and we want to see a string of months like that so we can really begin to show progress toward our goals. Powell spoke today at a seminar on the global economy hosted by the international monetary fund. He also expressed the importance of vaccines for the us and global recovery.
Fallout of Texas winter blast
"Good evening. Thank you for joining us. The governor of sexist apologizing and promising answers after a deadly winter storm the deep freeze. Just the start of an ongoing nightmare for residents now. Struggling with shattered pipes in skyrocketing energy. Bill here's abc's tripled. I can't imagine what it's like for you to see it like this is terrible. I've never thinking house. This brianna bolden tells me she could smell the soap rotting wood from outside the front door of her grandmother's house before walking into this is pictures and the memories. They captured all underwater. And this is actually my big lama right here. This is all and that's the past those wife for half a century. Her grandparents filled this home with children and grandchildren home cooked meals. Tiny reminders of a family growing together is a lot of memories at this house. But now this house like so many in texas has been gutted. Helplessly flooded by first hypes last week's historic winter storm on your couch look. The damage is just a fraction of the devastation. in texas. that killed thirty. Two people will take months or years and billions of dollars to clean up. So how did it go so wrong so quickly. Texas has more than enough generating capacity to handle itself. It was just the state of affairs of that equipment and the state of affairs of the management of that equipment. The causes from texas is the only state in the continental us with an independent grid meaning. It does not connect to any other states power source. When that merciless winter weather hid in one of the warmest regions of the country. People crank up their heaters and the energy demand surged when that system shut down. There was nowhere to turn for power. There is no place for the texas grid to go there. Couple small lines extension cords to the east in the west. But that's not enough really to to pick up. A forty percent drop in texas generation and the result was more than three million texas residents in the dark and cold at one point leading many to take drastic measures for running dangerously low on one. So now what we've been doing. All day is actually coming outside getting snow putting it are pods and heaving on our propane grill. Then hypes began to freeze and burst shutting down water treatment plants across the state inning. Almost fifteen million texans would have to toil their water of four. It was safe to drink daily block water. We don't even have the electric reliability council of texas or bur. Kat had long been warned. Its infrastructure was vulnerable to freezing temperatures the state legislature held hearings on this exact issue in twenty eleven. The last time the state experienced major freeze there were numerous hearings hundreds of pages of recommendations but they were all made voluntarily. Nobody actually change the incentives so that the generators would have a financial reason food to weather. Is this week. Several urquhot born members resigned in the wake of this disaster today in virtual urquhot board of directors meeting. The chairwoman acknowledged the pain and suffering of texans her resignation effective after the meeting ended. All of our hearts go out to all of you with head to go without electricity. Heat water not attending and food during frigid temperatures and continue to face the tragic consequences in some cases. The loss of a loved one state leaders have promised an investigation into urquhot handling of the crisis and members of both parties and the governor of rowing to make sure texans are on the hook for those astronomical electric bills at a time when essential services were needed. The most the system broke. You deserve answers. You will get those answers but people brianna bolden are in need of far more immediate solutions. She's facing mounting hardships. Having recently lost her father and grandfather. It sounds like your grandmother doesn't have home insurance right now. She don't she couldn't afford it anymore. Every generation been through this. Is papa really worked hard for this. I'm sorry statewide. There is so much damage from burst. Pipes plumbers can't keep up see the water. We have another one right here. Everardo omega of a plumbing. In houston says he's crews have been working around the clock just as bad. I mean there's necas mad and they're receiving more calls than they can answer this heartbreaking the tell somebody. uk make we broke down here. Twenty five hours plummer andrew mitchell in his family driving all the way from new jersey with a car full of equipment in arts in short supply here for just going to see what we can do to help out texas residents and also converging in texas to help out the cajun navy civilian volunteers known for using their big trucks. Kamal boats for rescues during major storms like hurricane harvey in twenty seventeen. We talked with a lot of people around here who've been they were impacted by hurricane harvey. I dealing with this. A lot of people think that this is worse than a hurricane's coming in we have more. We know what's going to happen with this disaster. We did not know what was coming. Community was not prepared. No one knew what was coming riley at this is marin mckim. She spent the last decade doing aid work in africa. When disaster struck home she was one of the first on the front lines. The cajun navy has gotten quite good quickly setting up distribution sites like this one but with so many people impacted. What's perhaps most useful is their platform and their connections. Cajun navy crowd sources disasters and cajun navias known so once we find the need we start using the social media platform and we put the word out there and people want to help on this day. They're delivering to katy texas home to just over twenty thousand with some areas still under a boil. Water notice
Remembering 'Sound Of Music' Star Christopher Plummer
"Plummer and julie andrews scene from the sound of music people have such strong feelings about that movie the either love it or they hate it and they think it's really insipid. Where do you stand on this issue of our time I'm very fond of julie. That's the nicest thing that came out of that film for me. We we have a true in great friendship. She's an extraordinary woman professional. I'm grateful to the film in many ways because it was such a success. It is not my favorite film. Of course because i do think it's borders on mawkishness but we did our damned best not to make it too. Mawkish and robert wise kept a very tight control on it Much was difficult enough. The the sound of the music is quite wonderful. Christopher plummer speaking with terry gross recorded in two thousand seven plumber died last friday at the age of ninety
"plummer" Discussed on X96
"There was a TV interviewer who you know, after interviewing him. Said. I would just like to point out Mr Plummer that not once. Did we talk about the sound of music? Thank you. He said, Thank you very much. You will be rewarded in the afterlife. Something like that. He Russell Russell Crowe had a story about him on his Twitter and I can't remember what it is, but it involved. Being drunk in the back back in the taxicab. He was he was. He was a carouser and and had, you know he liked to go out drinking with the boys as the world. It's my favorite cling on and he's so good in that role because he's such a good actor. You could take this early. General Chang? Yeah, He's so good in that. And when we wise out he is good in that. That's right. Knives out. He was in that tomb U S. O s. Oh, there you go. Christopher Plummer. 91 Great. Great, great career really a great And he kind of eased up on the sound of music a little up later in life, You know, he He said. I've been awfully mean to it and I There's no point in that people love it and let them love it, But, um, so I was watching the Super Bowl. And I saw the halftime show or most of it, and I was so s o the weekend. Um He's uh I realized that, uh Either. His name is the weakened or somebody has misspelled his name. I think it was a typo. Is that so? It was a typo isn't supposed to be the weekend. Is that what they call it, but it keeps happening. That's the weird thing is that it's a typo, but it keeps happening, so I don't know what's what's wrong with his hands. Mm. He's always wearing gloves Got places. Leather gloves on. There must be something weird about his hands. That's all I can say. It's this thing. It's his business. I thought that the that the performance he's singing Was marginal at best. I mean, it was it was live, you could tell which which made it harder for him to do. Any and he's He wasn't very good, but I have to say, and I don't even care what it was about or what we all the guys with bandages on their faces. Dancing was pretty amazing. Because they managed to Be just I mean, they were all just great and you see a whole football field full of them dancing and the same steps and rhythms. And and being able to pull that off. I think it's just amazing. I should have looked at meant to look up who directed that whole thing because it was. I thought it was pretty cool, but he's performances like jeez. Don't know why I thought it was junk. I thought it was jockstraps on their heads. But that's You know it. Terry wasn't it Wasn't it has something to do with he? He's been appearing with blood on his face, and Bandy's Sue sent me a thing that explains his whole bandage. Situation why he's been doing it. I haven't had a chance to look if if you're like me, you don't care enough to read about it on by. I saw Miley Cyrus with Joan Jett. But I didn't see that. I don't know. Did she? Was she singing with Billy Idol before Joan Jett or after Cause I didn't see it, but I got a tweet that said that Joan was there, but I missed it. So, yeah. So I was all her with the Joan Joan Jett and it was sort of like, okay. And then I don't know that advantage thing. Yeah, Here it is. The the the significance of the head Bandages is reflected on the absurd culture of Hollywood celebrity and people manipulating themselves for superficial reasons to please and be validated. That's why he doesn't And S O Joan Jett was there and Miley Cyrus and But then Eric Church and somebody I never heard of singing the national anthem. Quick. Just You know? Can you just have someone stand? There is dead Bill. Nobody else you can do it like I did. When I first turned on the pregame show. That's what I saw. They were doing a little bit, and it was Whitney Houston..
"plummer" Discussed on WJR 760
"And then, um, uh, it was still running and there were little like little chunks of rock or cement or something like that. They were coming up into the inside of that valve. So I've cleaned those all out several times. Now There's no more settlement, but the tanks still are the valves. Still even those brand new, um, sexually the second brand new one. Is still has a tendency to sort of kick out and run a little bit every now and then. Yeah, not often. But, you know, maybe a couple times. I don't know. 34 times in an afternoon. I'll hear it just run for a little bit. Linda shuts off again It's is this the valve isn't ceiling. Did you buy a new flapper? Did. I bought the whole kit? Yeah, I replace the entire kit. Now, when you remove the old flapper, did you take maybe a little piece of fine sandpaper and sand off the hole in the bottom of the tank in the back there, did you, sir? Did you clean? Did you clean that? Yeah, That's such a good idea. Why didn't I think of that? Well, listen. First of all, I'm not a plumber. Okay? And every time I fooled around with Plummer, when I When I do things with plumbing, it leaks when I'm done, so I'm not a very good plumber. But I know what you're talking about. Because I've done that. I've been through your your rope there and All I had to do really was take a piece of sandpaper and just clean off that area because there's a little black gunk that forms on there, and he causes that that flapper to move a little bit. And causes a toilet to run when it shouldn't I think if you do that, just solve the whole problem, Cliff You're right. There's a little water bleeding through there. But you're right. We must have been separated at birth. Because, like you do everything right informing you there. Yeah. Okay. Thanks. Figure. You did something right? You called. Thanks so much. That's right. Ratio. You take care. All right. Now, let's go to Fred and Jackson, Michigan who's joining us here this morning?.
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"plummer" Discussed on 1170 The Answer
"Now What I've just given to you is a taste just a taste of the awards and nominations that Christopher Plummer has been given. But did you know there's a whole Wikipedia page and actual separate Wikipedia page dedicated to the awards that Christopher Plummer was nominated for, or one Now these accolades are justified. By the fact that if you ever seen Christopher Plummer in any movie, you will notice in addition to his charisma, the fact that he was very eclectic. She had the ability to play various types of roles and act and various types of movies from the family friendly sound of music to even more edger films like the Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Or recently the movie knives out. You could play the good guy, the protagonist in one film and then the villain, the antagonist in another. Example of this being a villain. Is his work in a movie that you may recommend called Nicholas Nickleby, which was the 2002 adaptation of Charles Dickens story the same name, And in this film, he plays a rather ruthless, unpleasant and even immoral businessman who just happens to be the main character, Nicholas Nickleby. Again, a period film that I recommend recently crisper plumber, Self wrote his best selling memoir entitled In Spite of Myself to say That's a catchy title. What is interesting about his background is that he was a descendant of a famous pastor. He is the great great great grandson of Reverend John Bethune, who was the founder of the First Presbyterian Church of Montreal. John. But there was also the patriarch of a family who became prominent not on Lee in the church, but also in politics, the fur, trade medicine and even long Is an example of this is seen in John Bethune's son. His name was Norman Bethune, Christopher Plummer's great great grandfather, and Norma Thune was a famous Canadian medical physician and medical innovator. Loop. It Who was Christopher Plummer's manager for 46 years. Had this to say about him yesterday, Quote Chris was an extraordinary man who deeply loved and respected his profession. With great old fashioned manners, self deprecating humor and the music of words. It was a national treasure who deeply relished his Canadian roots. Through his art and humanity. He touched all of our hearts and his legendary life will endure for all generations to come. He will forever be with us. Christopher Plummer died on Friday, February fit 20,021 at the age of 91. Now last week, I spent some time discussing the spiritually war that all Christians air and whether they know it or not. And like all war, there are theaters of war that exist. In other words, there are arenas. There's battlefields and many other environments in which this conflict this spiritually war is played out. As I said, the spirituals, not against people directly at all. It's against ideas, worldviews and the philosophies that rise in hatred that rise in rebellion against God against what God has said and against his revealed son Jesus Christ. Now the battlefields that exists in this spiritually war are varied and geography. They vary in size, and they vary in content. The battlefield can be your home. Give me the street that you live on your school, your community, your city and even beyond. But I would like to highlight is one particular battle that is happening right now is taking place in Northern California in a place called San Jose. I'm sure many of us know where that is. And the battles between the county of Santa Clara and a church And the church is Calvary Chapel of San Jose. The city has been fit to take. The resource is their money and their energy and to target with extreme prejudice this particular church because it has refused to comply. With the mandates of shutting down Now we have to ask ourselves. Why aren't cities concerned with places like casinos, liquor store strip clubs and other entities who are open and heaven? Shut down. Why has the church been the target from the very beginning of covert? And if you watch the news and last year you have noticed this, even the Supreme Court has had to deal with this problem, which I'll get to later. Well, if you're thinking about this question, the answer is very pragmatic, and it's very simple. The casinos, the liquor stores of the strip clubs bring in money, lots and lots of money to the state, and the state has no interest in losing that revenue. Not. Churches is a hole on the other hand, bringing very little if nothing to the state. A vast majority of churches in this country are small, the megachurch model that we constantly hear about Is very rare. But the fact alone doesn't explain why the state would then uses energy. It's resource is and it's money and its power to attack an entity, an institution that has the right to exist above all others. Yes, I said that right? It has the right to exist above all others. Let me explain. You see, the church is the first of only three institutions specifically mentioned in the First Amendment Now to help in light in this, let me read what the First Amendment States quote Congress. Shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof or abridging the freedom of speech or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and to petition the government for redress of grievances. Now they're three institutions mentioned here. If you didn't catch it, the church number one that is Congress shall make no law respecting the establishment of religion. But then we have the institution of publishing. It says off abridging the freedom of speech or of the press. That's not just a news agency. That's your ability to print anything. Anyone being able to actually publish something. And then we have the institution of the right of assembly. It says Here that Congress shall make no law abridging or getting rid of the right of the people peaceably to assemble. So we have the church. We have the right to publish and the right to assemble now wanna focus on the one aspect of the First Amendment in relation to the church? Here's what it says again. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. Let me just say that this opening phrase of the First Amendment simply means this that the government is prohibited from creating its own church. The United States government can't create a Church of America. Is there anyone listening in the audience who's ever seen or heard of church that's called the Church of America that was financing established by our government. And, uh oh, and you never will. You see, this opening statement was clearly written by the founding fathers to make a point. America, unlike England, was never to be in the church business. Or you could say ever in the in the business of church, I will say that way to you See way back in the early 16th century, the English monarchy did create a church, didn't they? It was called the Church of England. And it was provided to the English people by that lovely that friendly and affable Henry the eighth All sarcasm implied here, of course. And the Church of England dominated English culture. And guess what? It dominated the people with suppression. Our founding fathers understood this. They knew their history. And they recognize that the first order of business for this new republic for this new country called the United States of America was not to create a church as England did, which led Many to misery. Had to say that I believe that most Americans don't even know what I just told you. Many Americans probably do not know why the founding fathers were did this statement of the First Amendment the way that they did, and I have to say that's pretty tragic. Now let's take a look at the second part of the opening statement of the First Amendment. Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion. We just covered that and then it says, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof. What does that mean? It means this that the government shall make no law to create a church and the government will not and cannot interfere with the exercise of people or the church in its activities. In worship. That.
Oscar-Winning Actor Christopher Plummer Dies At 91 At His Connecticut Home
"Christopher Plummer is dead at the age of 91, according to reports Plumber die peacefully at his home in Connecticut. The actor is known for high profile roles in the sound of music. The man who would be King and beginners for which you want an Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role. Plumber was also nominated for Oscars for his role in all the money in the World and the last Station for an actor in a supporting role.
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Actor Christopher Plummer, best known for "The Sound of Music," dies in Connecticut
"Christopher Plummer died yesterday at 91. According to reports he died in his Connecticut home. The actor is known for roles in the sound of music and the man who would be King. He wanted an Academy Award for best actor in a supporting role, and Plummer was also nominated for two Oscars
Actor Christopher Plummer, best known for "The Sound of Music," dies in Connecticut
"Christopher plummer has died. The legendary canadian actor graced the stage movie theaters and television screens for six decades plummer starred in a number of shakespeare productions and also played captain. George von trapp in the musical film the sound of music. Do you agree Warmer would go onto win academy award for one of his later films beginners and he won two tony awards and two primetime emmys. Christopher plummer died at his home in connecticut with his wife lane taylor by his side. He was ninety. One
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Christopher Plummer, iconic "Sound of Music" star, dies at age 91
"Christopher plummer passed away the sound of music one of his biggest films but he actually was the oldest actor to receive an academy award for his role in the movie beginners. He was ninety one and one is the answer. One person had him in the and the twenty twenty one school and one point is what you get for christopher plummer. Yes ninety one. That doesn't really amount to much
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Christopher Plummer, iconic "Sound of Music" star, dies at age 91
"Their apartment. Actor Christopher Plummer has died at the age of 91 plumber was best known for playing captain von Trapp in 1960 five's The Sound of Music. But Plummer considered it a mediocre performance and was not a fan of the sound of music. Even while filming it, he made history at 82 becoming the oldest Oscar winning actor. I'm a Donahue. This is AP
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"plummer" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"That silence, which is even more silent than normal Silence, which is that because no one's breathing anymore, And then Christopher Plummer looks, nods and then goes on and continues the next line. But I've never seen an actress, especially some of the Christian ponder break the fourth wall like that. Addressed the audience on Ben End up this stopping the entire show. The following week Like I had a vision board. Farah Fawcett is in a play called something Bed on fire or something like that. Yeah, sure. Remember this. I do Remember that? Yeah. Second Act. A crazy guy gets up onto the stage runs up onto the stage to save Farrah Fawcett. And then I was like, Well, I guess everybody's breaking the fourth wall after Christopher Plummer, you know, reprimands us Junior in high school. I guess this guy his way. There's no reason I can't run up on stage and save. Oh, the burning bed was everything that was the burning bed with fair for you. Yeah. So have you ever gotten a chance to see anybody amazing on stage and think I am seeing a true icon in the world of theater? Not not so much. No, I really I really don't have a story like that. I think that's kind of amazing, though. And you wonder. I mean, it's Christopher Plummer. Right, so no one is going to dress him down after the show. But if a community theater person did that, let's say just a regular old Whatever decided that they were doing, you know, Bell book and Candle and they look up and they say, I'll wait. You wonder what the director would have done to that person. You know if it were just a regular old actor? Well, if it was a horrible community theater show.
"plummer" Discussed on KCRW
"Research on how cancer cells get oxygen lead to development of kidney cancer drugs. And potential applications for heart disease and anemia. Dana Farber dot org's slash everywhere. SoCal, a Public square and the University of Toronto present the world We want an event serious that continues on Thursday, February 11th with what would a new Cold War mean for the world? A panel of scholars will explore the perils of the bitter US China competition and whether it's possible to embrace international collaboration. Instead, this event is free and will stream live online. For details, visit kcrw dot com slash events. It is 3 19 at KCRW on a Friday afternoon. Thanks so much for joining us, for all things considered my name's Larry Perella, be with you for the next few hours Coming up on the program, Tony Emmy and Oscar winning actor Christopher Plummer has died. The age of 91 appeared in many films, including Ron Howard's A Beautiful Mind, Terrence Malick's The New World, and David Fincher's The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, but he may be best known. His role is Captain von Trapp in the sound of music will have a remembrance coming up. Also ahead. A conversation with a Moscow based senior associate at the think tank called upon ours. Eurasia about how recent protests and Russia different are different from those in the past. And President Biden's early days in office have included a focus on racial equity are given. It's the responsibility of the federal government. But that focus is facing some backlash among conservatives. Why some say equity is good for the economy and why conservatives are well, maybe not so convinced. We'll talk about that, too. Right now. Let's check your roads on this Friday afternoon. Let's start with Willowbrook in one of five East van before Central Avenue. Crash there in the left lane That's got just flowing from Vermont Avenue Long Beach. 91 eastbound this one before Central Avenue stall hanging out in the middle lane. You're slow from Main.
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Christopher Plummer, iconic "Sound of Music" actor, has died at 91
"Winning actor Christopher Plummer, known for his iconic role is Captain von Trapp in the movie The Sound of music, has died. He was in the film industry for more than 50 years and at 82 became the oldest actor in history to win an Academy Award. Ever died this morning at his home in Connecticut with his wife and manager by side and he was 91.
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Christopher Plummer, Oscar Winner and 'Sound of Music' Star, Dies at 91
"Tributes and thank yous being posted for actor. Christopher plummer the oscar winner best known for the sound of music died today. He was ninety. One chris. Evans who co starred with plummer in the twenty nine thousand nine film knives out calls him a lovely man and legendary talent. Noting few careers have such longevity and impact. Plumbers career spanned more than fifty years. He became the oldest ever oscar winner and twenty twelve for the film
"plummer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Do I feel free Because you know what's happening on these committees. You see, we have a basically a tie, ironically controlled government right now Democrats. We got Joe Biden writing executive order after executive or a sign of Sinem Sinem doing whatever he wants up there in the White House 11 Republican Cross Party lines to vote congresswoman Green off her committee assignments. Bank of America is responding to an accusation by a fuck a fox is Tucker Carlson Tonight? This is Fox Business and Jackie DeAngelis. Fox News did obtain evidence that indicated the Bank of America provided federal law enforcement with customer data following the January 6th Ryan on Capitol Hill. Here's Tucker Bank of America is without the knowledge or the consent of its customers. Sharing private information with federal law enforcement agencies. Bank of America effectively is acting as an intelligence agency. But they're not telling you about the bank of this America's statement to Tucker quote. We don't comment on our communications with law enforcement. All banks have responsibilities under federal law to cooperate with law enforcement enquiries in full compliance with the law. I reached out to Bank of America today They had nothing to add to this. We also reached out to the Department of Justice on this and haven't heard back. On Wall Street. Ahead of the close, the Dow was up 92 points the S and P 500 up 15, the NASDAQ Up 79 Christopher Plummer, the award winning actor who played Captain von.
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Oscar winner, ‘Sound of Music’ star Christopher Plummer dies
"Academy award winning actor Christopher Plummer has died he was ninety one Plummer was best known for playing captain von Trapp in nineteen sixty five the sound of music but former considered it a mediocre performance and was not a fan of the sound of music even while filming it I kept reminding everybody all the time how coolly and sentimental and yeah it was in twenty twelve he made history at eighty two becoming the oldest Oscar winning actor at the eighty fourth Academy Awards two years older than me Darling lived in all my life farmer said after accepting the award I hope by I can do it for another ten years at least because I'm going to drop dead forever I am on stage or on the set we don't retire in our profession thank god his manager says Christopher Plummer died at his home in Connecticut I'm a Donahue
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Christopher Plummer, Oscar winner and 'Sound of Music' star, dies at 91
"Christopher plummer the canadian born actor who starred opposite julie andrews in the sound of music has died at the age of ninety one at his home in connecticut. Shakespearean actor was best known for playing captain von trapp in the oscar winning film and won an oscar for his role in the twenty twelve film beginners. His career began on the stage where he wants to tony. Awards but plummer shined on the big screen as well in the shoes of real life character and the people you work for are destroying the most respected the highest rate of the most profitable show on this network. The insider where he played newsman. Mike wallace and franklin delano roosevelt in the hbo. Telepathic