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West Hollywood, Los Angeles, Closes 2 Parks Due To Noncompliance With Mask, Social Distancing Protocols
"Hollywood city manager has issued a temporary and emergency executive order closing West Hollywood Park and Plummer Park after numerous reports of people failing to comply with rules to curb the spread of covert 19. He says about half of park users in recent days have violated the city's face covering requirements and social distancing protocols and have altered and or destroyed protective barriers intended to keep playground's closed. The city officially closed its parks April 9th. But as the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health eased restrictions West Hollywood reopen them on June 15th. But as we say those two parts have been closed once again.
Napa Police Chief to sit down with protest organizers, explore use of force policies
"Tonight the napa city council will get a detail of the police department's use of force policies with napa police chief Robert Plummer giving leaders a detailed walkthrough during a public hearing G. Palmer took a knee in solidarity with protesters recently he says the A. tells the napa register I should say that most of the police report being called for is on image most of the police reform I should say being called for is already being done in napa activists disagree are calling for a series of reforms that they're referring to as eight can't wait which includes banning choke holds a shooting at moving vehicles and a limit on the types of weapons are allowed to be used in different situations among other
Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner tests negative for COVID-19
"Is to measure Mister Turner does not have corona virus the mayor announcing today he tested negative for the virus he city staff and city council members got tested on Tuesday after councilwoman Letitia Plummer announcer positive diagnosis Turner says he still plans to practice social distancing and wear a mask to help stop the spread
"plummer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Your house your homeowner now you've got to take care of it you're not call the landlord in this case you're going to the home depot your call your your lecture sure Plummer whoever it is to come fix that problem in most cases that's coming out of your pocket damn as I continue on here we look at area code two one seven and see where that's got us but I'm just curious as to whether so I the other factor in this Lisa mentions that they've got thirty five thousand dollars save for the home which is amazing and I'm excited about that but Dame what we know about the whole saving for a down payment for a home sometimes people confuse or intermingle their emergency fund in their regular savings with this down payment money which can be a giant mistake where is two one seven middle of Illinois okay so we're talking of forcible house and okay all right well this this makes a lot of sense to me now so let's say they put ten percent down and and let's assume that that thirty five thousand is part of their savings account too so let's say they want to keep twenty a savings and fifteen as a down payment they could buy a hundred fifty thousand dollar house and in in the mortgage payment would probably be what whatever ails eleven hundred twelve hundred Bucks a month probably it doesn't scare me no I you gotta figure there are no lease payments going to be well maybe seven hundred thousand so I don't know but I'll say this to if fifty eight years old we generally try to tell people at any age that we want you to stay in whatever home you're gonna be in for at least five years I think that's not to be a problem here yeah I think that's gonna be not a non issue for for these folks but and the one thing I do want to circle back to this we also encourage people to try and tie your mortgage to end this close to retirement as possible so I think the fifteen year option is really important here because you don't want to drag that mortgage too far into the future I agree with that and last then there's a one on one situation that the major unless here and if it's true then they are the rarest of rare creatures but that is two pensions if they both have an employer pension I'm not as concerned because their income will likely stay the same if not go up between social score in the pension from their working which is now well I'm gonna throw another cavea little boy we know there in Illinois so if they're getting to state funded pensions no not state funded but yes if they get state funded pensions I would also be nervous because Illinois is a dumpster fire from a financial standpoint yes I'm sorry Stephanie tonight that sorry but but you know if they lived in central noise on manufacturers you know things like that we think Elena been Afaria I think this is probably more agricultural than manufacturing would be my guess I do not think fifty eight years old is too old to buy your first home I think it's kinda awesome but I would say I bank is going to Lida E. yes they're gonna lead you down a weird path I think with this the bank only really cares we can make the first thirty six payments that that is that is fact so they only think these people are gonna be alive till sixty one and that's all the concerns so the beta sure you can borrow two hundred fifty thousand and thirty year mortgage don't go oh my gosh we are awesome the maybe you are awesome but I would not borrow that much money I would I would do anything we don't know their income we don't but I think your first house a hundred fifty thousand or something like that in central Illinois based on what they have saved I would think that is I mean if they're leasing right now I'm we think the lease of the house it would be the renting houses I would assume so yeah I would assume that would get them into something comparable to to what there are leasing right now okay so maybe that's the other question one the one of my house now you know if if the reason is because they want to be able to some point permanently eliminate housing costs the great you know it's because it's something they've always wanted to do you know like when Peter like we always want to go to Disney so we win ten thousand dollars in credit card debt and it's like well you know when the done that can't put a price on memories P. you can't put a price on a good time did you know I'm okay with this but I'm a little nervous that when you released a rented for so long when something breaks it's not your problem it's your landlord's problems so that even that culturally of like understanding that sun goes wrong and you got to maintain it that's expensive no yeah that's just something you never had to deal with a part of your budget that is completely unexplored so as a as a homeowner I will tell you to buckle up because things seem to happen in clumps or clusters I don't know about you but one one thing because from you're not usually talking about hundreds of dollars of repairs it's it's usually in the thousands the team here at your money line last year went through a nasty case of the money bleeding where they were passing it around it was contagious yeah you got it I got it everybody got it was funny it wasn't funny was awful one last thing there's another thing that makes me nervous about age fifty eight about making a major purchase is that right on the other side of fifty eight is fifty nine right after the fifty nine at fifty nine and a half when a person frees up a lot of qualified assets which can then make it seem like a good idea to just spend more money you've ever spent before because you have access to your IRA's and four oh one K.'s and we don't see that so in conclusion send us more details Lisa all right Dan coming off the break we're going to launch a money it will talk about it before we come back from the break because I didn't tell you about it it's really a religion money here and answer more questions on the peep the planner show on him the planner wake up and 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Squeezing a Bathroom Renovation Into 3 Flu Filled Days
"Also promised in that. podcast ask that we were going to give you an update on our bathroom renovation. I think we said it was lingering around the ninety two ninety one percent complete stage specific ninety to ninety. uh-huh think you were the specific one. I said ninety one update. It's still at that exact ninety to ninety one percent done stage because we've done nothing in the past week I feel like I've changed. Change the toilet paper roll. That's about it last week. Yes I think it got to the point where it was functional and everything else that's left on our to do list is kind of just like icing on the a cake like to get it to the place where we wanted to look the way we've always pictured but like it works like we have a shower we have tub. We have a toilet the TUB say. Oh guys the toilet do who is also life changing but let me just tell you this. Tub I'm obsessed with the TUB and the shower is it's like a whole full body experience to say that might sound grabbing. It's just my entire being likes being in the bathroom now and taking a shower and I'm just going to cut out for us to take back. I just have flaka. Happiness level cushion change. That is even surprising to me and I've been doing renovations for a long time but I just think like six years of Tub that I couldn't submerging shower. That was really dark. I think it's easy to tell yourself. It doesn't make a difference but it really when you take the time to update it is something that you soak up like. I'm not just over it. I'm not like okay. My eyes have adjusted bathroom. And now it's average like every time I walk in there I'm still like oh my goodness it's so amazing. Certainly still in the honeymoon phase. Nice but I think the other reason why like our pace has kind of like change in. There's like Ebony flow is because we went through a very fast paced couple of weeks right before the holidays and actually through the holidays because if you follow us on instagram you probably saw a little bit of this honor into stories. I think we reference in a blog post but we were kind of like chugging along like the shower took us longer than expected but that was fine because one of the parameters of this project was like we wanted to not have a deadline. Like we didn't want to stress over the timing. Yes yes remember that podcast. We were like. Here's how you do with the big renovation. Do not freak out a time line. Make it flexible. Oh did we make it flexible. He did just like so the tiles taking longer. It's going to be beautiful. Who Cares? There's no deadline. It's not like when my mom comes to visit at Christmas. We have to like have a perfectly titled Shower. No because it was our bathroom but if you saw the stories we suddenly only had deadline because we called our plummer to schedule him and he said Oh. I'm having knee surgery in four days and will be out of commission for five weeks so hello Sharon are like we have to have this bathroom ready for like the toilet and the Vanity Bathtub within four days actually three because he was coming on the fourth day. Yeah it went from like it's okay. If we don't do it now we can do it tomorrow to like but we don't want to wait five weeks in February suddenly when we were around Christmas and so we just we're like we're going to put our heads down. It's going to be one of those things where we're up so two in the morning we're really tired but in the end we're going to end up with a bathroom. That's fully installed within four days so like maybe it's it's worth it like. Sometimes you gotta be chill. Sometimes you gotta kick it into gear. Yeah I was the less confident in the completion and Sherry was because at the moment we found out our floor was was half tiled like we hadn't finished tiling the floor and that meant we had to finish the floor. We had to grout the floor and we also had this big wall molding treatment. We wanted wanted to do throughout the room. And I know that doesn't sound like a super long list. But if you've ever installed something like wainscoting or a board and batten or something there's there's a lot of different steps that take time beyond just the installation you also have to like caulk everything and let that dry and then paint everything and let that dry and same with the grouting. The floor like not only did we have to finish tiling the floor and let the mortar dry then we had to grout and let that dry and set before people can walk on it and so it was suddenly all these different different factors that we had to figure out how to squeeze in to that basically three day period. What's that give it hasn't Zach Galifianakis and it has all this math? Ask floating around. That was us where we were like. Okay maybe while the grounds drying we tiptoe on the big tiles because once the mortar sets you can walk on the tile. You just can't touch the grout out and wall that's trying will put in the trim on Tiptoe because if we just lined up all the waiting periods and didn't do anything between them we wouldn't make it in three and a half afd as well and then the universe throws a curve ball because the next morning so after we had figured out our timeline one of our kids came down with flu real bad you know which is not fun on its own owned by any means because there was lots of miss days of school like the entire week so one we also suddenly had to juggle caring for a sick child and then also the doctor it was like yeah. There's a good chance you guys are going to get it so now we have this thing in our heads. That's like well if Sherry or I get the flu in the middle of this tight deadline like we're not go to make it. I got coughed at in my face I got sneezed at into my mouth like I was. I actively have the flu. I'm just waiting for it to take my body like I felt like we were on the edge of a disaster so we work like furiously just feeling the flu chasing us down in the end. I did not get the flu well and I did not at the flu until after everything was done so we got the wall molding in we got the floor grounded. We actually hit the plumbers deadline. Perfectly away but then he called and pushed it back a day because they were cramming so much stuff any. We were last on the list that they didn't get to us so actually instead of the plumber coming he he sent his son and his partner who works with the group but like the plumber had wanted to come and finish the job himself since he had started it so it ended up being just fine. The only like hiccup was that the sun was not equipped to put the TUB in so before Christmas. We only got the toilet and the vanity. But you know what that was a win. I didn't care if the TUB needed to wait. I cared a little bit but it was okay because other thing to note is that we had not crowded the shower yet so we knew we weren't getting a shower because we switch gears completely from the shower because we're like we'll do the shower another time we gotta get the floor stuff done so at least the toilet vanity could come in well. We felt like a toilet and a sink was like the thing we used most like before bed and in the morning and so if we have to use the hall shower a little bit longer I was like no big deal. I was like no big deal. I'm going to take a nap. Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah and then come down with the flu a one day grace period because we were so excited to have have the bathroom suddenly come together so quickly like it had seemed to be going at this moderate pace and then suddenly we had a half functioning room so we were encouraged encouraged by that and tried to use that momentum and turn our attention to our closet because that was the next big piece to make this room functioning again. Well I think we were like it's been four days and neither has got the flu. We're safe and we started new project and John had the flu while we did that. One I think I was clear for the day that we constructed all the boxes. You know we use the PACS system and so we had to build all of the actual like frames for it but then the next day as we're starting to do the shelves and drawers and doors and all the other parts of it. I started to feel like my time had come and it was a weird flu. I don't know if anyone else had had it this season. I had it for I. I think seven days like basically entire week of Christmas and I didn't feel normal again until we left for Costa Rica like the morning we got on our flight was the first day I felt normal and that was new year's Eve Day. Yeah it was definitely a shadow over the holidays. It was like our child solid week and then Jonah sell but it was like I I would be fine at some points like I was fine for Christmas morning. Thank goodness he rallied. I was fine to do some work on the closet like we got all the drawers assembled. I was able to trim out the the Pax wardrobes to make them look built in. But then it'd be like an hour later. I was like in bed with the most intense shivers and fever. I've ever had my life like I couldn't get warm and I could not move move motivate myself to get out when I describe it as John took to the bed and there was like a Ken. Someone get me a cold wash cloth like it was. It was a reenactment from a period film where someone had the plague and I was like. I can't get the flu because if I get it a week after John I get it for all of Costa Rica. I've carrying for him but I'm also trying not to contract and then give it to our other child who didn't have it so it was like a state of somewhat quarantine earn teen but I'm also taking care of the kids and by the way we have a house guests because it's the holidays and it was just nuts because sometimes john would be fine like we'd work on the closet and then sometimes is it would be like he must be in bed for forty eight hours and it happened so suddenly one time we were out running an errand and I felt it coming on as we were driving home and I had to get myself laying down so fast. I forgot to close the car door. L. Picture someone running sprinting into the house and then like two hours or three hours later I went outside and I was like. Why is the driver's side door? It was the next morning but I was like did generally take to the bed so quickly that he didn't close the door and that is actually what happened. It was intense but I am grateful that we didn't all get it. I'm grateful we were all better by the time we went to Costa Rica. I mean my appetite wasn't fully back so don't feel like I got to enjoy the food as much. I enjoy the shrimp Sivy. Che Immensely for you. Yeah well if that's the worst thing about the trip that I'm all good and again. It had a happy ending because we made a lot of progress. Because of all these deadlines. We suddenly got for the bathroom and we did get our shower and tub in after the holidays days and again now we just have like that last nine to ten percent left to do. Yeah and everyone's like oh I can't wait to see it and I'm like me to like we do really want this. Do we finish. Maybe in a few weeks will actually have it finished because it involves like we said some biggish things like hanging door and building the frame ourselves frosting it and painting it. So don't freak out. It's going to be
What to watch for during Trump's 2020 State of the Union address
"To all state of the union night and I expect the state of the union to feature the president talking about space force so I have a tenant general Steve quashed former commander Air Force education training lieutenant general costs of course serve many many years in the airforce to join me to talk about that good morning general good to have you back well good morning good to hear your voice I wanna begin general with an off them off topic question I I usually spend election day because they're so doggone long I trying to movie so yesterday I went and saw a movie which surprised me a little bit call the last full measure it's about a pararescue jumper by the name of William Pynchon Berger who received the medal of honor in nineteen ninety nine after thirty years after it was in nineteen sixty six battle in which he lost his life jumping in the middle of a firefight involving big red one were you ever aware of this story were you aware of this movie it hadn't gotten any publicity at all yes I was aware of that but these are the kind of things that I pay attention to as a person who tries to protect this nation and so all of the human stories about heroes that are willing to give the last full measure are of great interest to me because the society that and genders of the kind of motivation for people to protect their values in this society that lasts it is and I am amazed that the cast in this movie Samuel L. Jackson Sebastian said Christopher Plummer and Heris I mean it the Peter Fonda just goes on and on and on and it hasn't gotten a lot of look back at the Vietnam generation you're too young for that but they deserve this kind of a movie and I hope people go and see it and I hope they learn the story of William Pitts and bart what surprised me general that I moved to space force of the nearly four thousand medal of honor that have been confirmed only three have been received by airforce enlisted man are you surprised by that well I'm not you know the the interesting thing about life and about that this habit you have going to the movies is something I'd like to propose all your listeners because for people to reflect on what's going on around them what what what this all means is really important in movies like that help tell the story about what this all means the fact that it's this many army or this many Air Force of this many navy is really immaterial what is important is that we have a cadre a group of people in the society who are willing to put on the clock defense to protect the values that has made this country great right now general want to switch to the state of the union it's going to be on in about wealth six o'clock tonight and you are eight o'clock nine o'clock tonight he's got six truck west coast presence gonna walk out there and for the first time ever I believe there will be a member of the joint chiefs of staff pouring a space force uniform am I correct in that I am assuming that that will be the case we'll see tonight when we actually a turn on our TV use that I I think that that will happen and what will you feel when you see that tonight well great pride great pride in our country at recognizing some of things that are changing around us just just as the changes that took place when we moved from the hunting gathering gardening age to the industrial age we are moving into a new network H. that is going to change life for all human beings on planet earth no matter where you live and the space forces are as at that person in that uniform is a recognition by this country that we as Americans need to lead ourselves into this new future or we will be led by somebody else now in the collection of categories of weaponry and mission but the space fourth collects will they have cyber general quash well again sometimes we get trapped into these silos of trying to assume for it predict the future of saying you are gonna do this you're going to do that the ways these take place successfully in history is when you start with new capability meaning you say what what is the problem what are we trying to do you build their capability and then you then you decide what mission that capability should should do OB otherwise what you do is you start making assumptions for the future that were true in the past and it doesn't fit and you can sometimes lose if you if you fall into that intellectual trap what I'm particularly speaking to is that each of the branches for example fly a sort of helicopter for a sort of mission that's not particular to any of the services Coast Guard S. helicopter therefore sent helicopters army as helicopters maybe as helicopters space for sits there and they have a unique mission and a new frontier do you expect them to fly helicopters or are they going to be much more focused on a particular set of instruments in a particular set of capabilities and when will we know what those are and and how they will develop right and that that's a great question and you know the reason everybody flies crafted because as we invented the airplanes the right brothers invented the airplane in nineteen oh three the world started figuring out how powerful it was to use the air to travel and to do all kinds of things communicate and and so everybody needed it and within what it was that they were trying to do the same is going to be true in space space is cell under utilized right now we we think we we work in space by having satellite fall around the earth but it is an entirely new geography so everybody will benefit from space everybody will use space out but the space force will in the future start defining what they can do that nobody else can do and that will start emerging as they build new capability so everybody will use space but only the space force will do those things that nobody else can do like for example if this involves the way I think it should be historically they should defend commerce and space so that anybody that is working as an American and space in any kind of business that is providing goodness and prosperity to our country have somebody that will protect their values protect their hard work and bring rule of law and expense of justice to that environment no I don't wanna go Star Wars honest but we don't have any capability right now to do that do we we don't have a shuttle that's flying we do have a lot of private sector initiatives in the area of space but do we have any vehicle the commander space in return well we do and that the and and they are growing and emerging more and more every day so what you're going to see is it Thomas is there we as a nation I never knew there was an ocean out there we were just on land and we were just doing our thing growing our food gathering and we discovered that there was this ocean and people started building canoes and boats and ships and the same happening here with space space is a geography of resources and potential prosperity and we are gonna explode into it as we go forward so there are something like the X. thirty seven is an example of a it's really a tiny little subtle but it can go up into space you can come back down and the lawn mosque is building the starship Jeff bass services building has aircraft that or space craft and we are literally emerging and to an age where it is going to be aviation like access to space where you can get into a space craft you can take off you can be anywhere in the world in less than an hour and back home for dinner and that will become pedestrian meaning everybody will do it just like you flying a plane get the LA to New York right now two very quick question general both about tonight's state of the union what is the relationship with NASA between the space force enough there and what do you expect the president to say about space force and or about NASA tonight or what would you like him to say well I I think I would like the president to remind the American people of this this this power of understanding what is going on around us and what is going around us on around this is technology is changing world power and we are moving into a new realm where space is going to change the way we deliver energy and information and and to remind the American people that going forward with the space force is a way for America to late because some civilization will lead into this new ocean of prosperity and historically whoever lead into that new area well defined the values and I want the values of free speech a quality human right and life and liberty I do not want to I do not want the values that we see being imposed on those in Hong Kong or the Uighurs I I want American values in this new prosperous economy because we value and respect human life general clients thank you for joining us lieutenant general Steve cross former commander Air Force air education and training command expert in space force thank you for bring in some perspective for the state of the union tonight of course I have most of the key state of the union tomorrow and maybe by tomorrow as well Wallace whatever's alter my what don't hold your breath let's talk a little bit about why Joe Biden collapsed first of all you gotta understand yesterday morning Joe picked a bad time to go on the today show and sort of melt down with Savannah Guthrie cut number two has it occurred to you that there's a certain irony here that has the president is accused seven is that knowledge wanting to get information about your son hunter in his dealings with Ukraine and this process of impeachment has ensured that everyone knows about hunters dealings with Ukraine no one's found anything wrong with his day was a crazy except they say such a bad image what do you agree that a sense about him and my son said that do you think it
Movie Review: The Last Full Measure
"After actually for dismissing the idea of your start just as the lady Mr system sure and they're in the middle for PS I'd be the only decent thing the story what's the last full measure about John yeah it's about this guy the true story of William pigeon burger and he was a Medicaid back in Vietnam who are you you're gonna watch singer if you believe the selfishness of what this guy did well we we get suggested he either to make it out of the war a lot of his buddy fishy shape who now for his buddies once you give him this he he deserves a medal or older for gesture but there's a story there's a backstory why didn't it happen right away the movie very Turner started with like the west wing Pentagon type film and I was like well this is the way we are not very interesting then after twenty minutes or so it really kind of switches gears really care and you're a Catholic and we'll know Jackson Christopher Plummer ed Harris Peter Fonda in his last performance at the lot like Henry Fonda William hurt I'm James Jagger Mick Jagger son I am glad it's a great cast the really interesting movie you got it hang in there for that first couple it really gets moving but Larry this is miss movies only opening in six hundred years but it's expected to grow so well for the last full measure John have a great weekend as always thank you thank
Stairstepping Your Way to SaaS with Christopher Gimmer
"I'm rob today with Chris Gamer. We're here to share our experiences to help you avoid with the mistakes we've made welcome back to the show. Thanks for joining me this week. Pretty interesting story this week. Christopher Dimmer did talk at microcosm starter back in April and and he and his co founder really stair stepped. They launched an APP that had one time sales. It was a marketplace. They grew that to where it plateaued. which wasn't isn't enough that they could live on and they saw an opportunity and started almost like a beat AC- type stock photo site not but kind of beat a small B.? And then use that to parlay into Sassa. So I don't want to Belabor it because we get into Chris's entire experience in the interview and one thing I really. We like about Christmas story. Is that he and his co founder. They learned small things. I and they didn't try to go play in the major leagues. When they didn't have the skills to do that they went and played little league and then they went and played high school ball and they played college ball and they played minor leagues and then they played major leagues? And that is that repeatable. Meticulous disciplined way that I've always believed in starting startups. It's not trying to raise hundreds of millions and take this big gluck shot that you may or may not have the skills or the confidence or the whatever to do but after listening to Christmas story you know that. Even if he were to his company today that he has a skill set that he can take with him to the next thing to the next thing and it becomes this these repeatable startups building real products selling them to real customers for real money so without further ado. Let's dive into our conversation. Christopher plummer thank you so much for joining me on the show today. Thanks for having me. We're here today. Data talk about snape your startup. That's at snape. Dot Com and your headline is Create Online graphics in a snap whip up graphics for social media ads blogs and more. Even if you're not aw graphic designer you did talk about nine months ago at Microcosm Star and it was a really interesting tale of your journey with your co founder across six or seven years multiple APPs to how you got to where you are today where snape you were just talking before the call that you expect to hit a million dollars dollars in a are in the next month or two. So congratulations on that base for much and snape you guys launched it in November of two thousand fifteen. You had four thousand dollars mirror. The end of the first month is that right. Yes so we had built up a bit of a a a list before we officially launch and we had you know kind of like Beta period so we had an audience launch to and then yeah within a month of launching we did hit about four thousand dollars. Mr which is off so good and we're going to dig in to that in this episode about how you got there and how you Kinda parlayed stair stepped your way up multiple APPs. It's a pretty pretty interesting story. And by April Twenty nineteen which again was about nine months ago. You guys were at Abou Sixty Two K.. Mara that's what you mentioned in the talk and then you're just about to hit the magic eighty three thousand three hundred thirty three dollars and thirty three cents and for those who aren't in. No that is one million air art which is a mark. It's it's a funny. It sounds odd when you say the Mirror but in eras is so cool to say. Yeah I run a seven-figure business you looking forward to that day. Yeah I mean it's it's something that I remember when Marcus is my co-founder and I remember when we first started snap. Were like man. If we can just get to ten Kate Mara like lifelessly magical goal and then you know obviously you end up hitting that and then you know everyone just talks about the Melania rare in the seven figures and so kind of once. We you vera kind of fulltime on snape and we're making a living off it that kind of next yardstick for I mean super arbitrary but it was always like. Yeah I'd love to get to about millionaire are so we'll we'll definitely celebrate what when we hit Most likely next month yeah. That's cool. Do you have plans of of what you'll do are you. When you're co-founder remote or able to get together and have a glass of champagne together? We both live in Ottawa. Were pretty much best friends so we hang out a quite a bit so oh yeah well we might do something special planned exactly. What yet? But we'll definitely do something good. Yeah if there's anything I've learned from my wife who is folks don't know Sherry walling. She's a psychologist and she works with. Founders is to celebrate those wins because they are unfortunately few and far between and there's a lot more struggle then there is the wins and I was never. I've never been good at celebrating the winds and she has has forced me to do it. And I think it's a good thing for everybody and frankly the wind is not it. Just you and your co founder. It's like take your wife out to dinner. Your your fiancee out to a great dinner or on a great trip or not. That's the thing it's like. The whole family had had to put up with me when I was growing my APP. I'm sure your girlfriend now. Fiancee S to had to put up with a lot of crap from you as well. So it's like I. I think we all deserve to kind of have have those winds when they come amen. Yeah definitely show. She'll be excited to hear that. Totally something about your story I it lines up with both stair stepping that I talk about a lot but also so this concept of this quote that I keep doing things in public creates opportunity. You went through multiple APPs to get to where you are now and you had one in two thousand twelve. That's kind of unrelated but in two thousand thirteen where you launched Bootstrap Bay two thousand fourteen twenty fourteen okay and that was a theme marketplace get place for bootstrap which is a framework. And tell me about how you guys thought like what the goal was there in launching. That was it. We WanNA launch launch a business very much. The the dream of all of us. It's to get to the point where it's supporting US fulltime. Yeah that was definitely the goal of stripe as so mark in La so we actually elite. Were both working in the in the government. That's that's how we met and it's funny because we were related to the youngest guys in the office and you know naturally we just started hanging hanging out and and became friends and then one day like mark had kind of pulled me into his office and he's like they wanna see something and it was. It was almost a zillow type of website like a real estate website. And I was like well. You can actually program like I. I had no idea because he was doing something unrelated at work. And so that kind of kicked off like the journey him just trying to figure stuff out and see if we can launch a business that could enable us to quit our jobs so so yeah the goal of bootstrap it was It was just a something that we could do while we're still working our jobs full-time and hopefully the the the idea was that that we can make enough money from it as that. We can quit angle fulltime on. It wasn't necessarily like a project like super passionate about and that we were planning on running for the next ten or twenty years. That's interesting so why started as a marketplace where you have essentially buyers and sellers rather than build out a bunch of your own themes themes and just sell it sell them like basically you're a digital product company instead of a marketplace. Yeah so essentially funny enough you would started breeding Keyword Research Seo and initially. We're actually looking for things that we can drop ship. Or whatever and then market con assembled across oss the bootstrap beans Putra templates as a keyword. which was getting a lot of search volume and at the time didn't have crazy competition like theme forest and even have its its own bootstrap category and there was kind of one major marketplace at the time which was which was called rat bootstrap? I think it's still really big today. And for variety reasons and and being super naive we thought like Oh. We can build something better uh-huh so in order to see the marketplace you know mark had kinda designed the first I like three or four themes but we thought it would be more salable if we were able to get other seem authors on board and kind of add more supply to the marketplace a good place than we can generate on her own. So that's kind of how it happened. WAS BOOTSTRAP Bay a successful business. Like can you give us an idea of how much revenue abroad and for you. So the the peak month was I think it was doing about like eight to ten K.. Or something so once we paid out like all the theme authors something I think we're profiting may be four K.. or or something so it was maybe a decent like side-hustle business but we essentially got to the point where we're having trouble growing strictly through Seo and because our margins and the lifetime value wasn't high enough we just couldn't put any money into a paid ads and we just started plateauing towing after a year and we knew it was gonna be an uphill battle in there which was kind of why we we started thinking about other stuff that we could orange. Yeah yeah no recurring revenue and the funnel is only so wide right. There is only so many people searching for for bootstrap themes and the other problem was like had mentioned the the tall marketplace could place. And as you know like first mover and this is something I learned out for. The fact is when you're kind of the dominant marketplace and you've got the first mover advantage is just so hard to due to unseat them so we we were ranking like number two or three and and the number one guy was just cleaning up so we we knew it was going to be a really really really tough battle and one that we didn't really want to keep fighting
Don Johnson on His New Film 'Knives Out'
"This is popcorn where we tell you what's happening at the movies and there's a movie now that is a WHO Dunnit of sorts but to me. It's the most fun that I've had at the movies movies this year. It's called knives out. And one of the stars is my guest today. Don- Johnson here especially little torture chamber. We Ah the black inside the black kind event also. Well people confess when they sit in this chair. I'll tell you anything anything. Anything he wanted to unburden yourself on. This is a you know I'm I'm ready. I'm ready to just leave. Just push the button. Okay Yeah who did it. No I is a movie that actually begins with the murder but it's not like we know anything well. The interesting thing is is that in the first ten ten minutes you see the actual death actual murder you see and so without knowing without knowing what you're meant to see or what what what you know there. And then you spend the next COUPLA hours having a blast watching these incredibly beautifully flog people entitled I really it just Hilarious it's Christopher amherst character that murdered right and he's having his eighty fifth birthday and yes this all star cast including you. I looked at that movie into any one of these bastards could adopt. Yeah that cast. Is You know the the interesting thing that happened. Is that when we got together to make this movie. It all came together pretty fast and we we arrived in. We shot out of south side of Boston towards Wellesley in this in that house in a big mansion. Yeah and and We all had these new enormous trailers not more than two hundred yards away from the house. we never used them. All we did was as we go downstairs in the basement of this house and we'd picked a room a lot like this a lot more friendly but I had a little more humor to it not much but we would sit around and tell stories about the movies. We'd done it asked you know I'd asked Daniel Daniel Daniel Craig about you know what. Tell me about that stunt and tell me what you know about about this and that and he had asked me about things that that We had done Christopher plummer summer and and I've known Christopher for a long time we we held down a couple of barstools and in San Francisco. I'm not shocked. And that and Jamie Lee Curtis who plays. You're pissed. Oh she he's still see. Well I worked out pretty well because she plays my wife and the thing and I showed up for work she started bossing me around and I said okay. Why not and captain? America's your son Chris Evans. Yeah this normal. Sure everybody's just hanging out there that hey birthplaces and there's a lot of movies that I see sometimes where I think the actors actors are having a great time. But I'm not in this case it's red from what you guys were doing to the audience when we see I know it's infectious. It really is. Yeah and that's harder actually think you know the the the the extraordinary extraordinary thing about this We didn't have a table read. We didn't rehearse we just showed up on the first day and you no. It's not an uncomplicated. No people have to and so we showed up on the first day. And we we start to go and I and and I hit a I hit the tone that I think is right. and Lo and behold Jamie Lee tosses the ball back to me and Scott the same tone and then we started to roll and everybody else sort of you know did their thing and we kind of brought that sense of joy in and in the moment to the to the to the to the To two knives out and I think that that's what you feel. I think that that joy in that fun kind of ride is what you feel like. You're lifted up. But it has a very contemporary temporary kind of spin on it. Yeah you should explain Richard who is a bit of a rat bastard. Yeah well they're they're all horrible people there are they are but he. He is kind of the personification of the Great. I loved him because he doesn't do. Anything doesn't have a job. AUB doesn't do anything he just you know. He's the personification of entitled because he lives off of His wife in the family and all that stuff I sort of played him like a like a one of those country club sizes. Just kind of walking around with half a buzz on over time. It is whatever you want but yeah people you need to see this. And when they do they can thank us for it. I can thank you. You're welcome. You're welcome bureaus. It's a good time and then I have to bring this up too because it's so great is watchman on HBO. You know I've seen you do a lot of great things things right from the beginning. You know even Miami Vice where when people think of it now and they think of how you're dressed and the style that you had and the suits the cheese and the t shirts and the whole deal no socks yeah started a complete fashion trend but that was a really good show. Yeah I was a little ignoring by in the beginning when there's Oh it's just fluff at style over substance and I was going well not so fast you know we we managed to get had some you know a golden globe. And you're gone. What does that mean? It's true But yeah no I've I've been fortunate in that I've had some Some meaty parts get to play over the years and I just think I mean you'll show Abo thing is is is ah trip. Sorry to interrupt with that Help the the the the writer creator of Damon Lindelof was I think I gave him his first job on Nash Bridges. You don't quite remember no way I mean I know that I I saw now I see. Yeah Yeah and then he went on of course to To do lost and forgiving him. No no no. He's true they should. I should be getting away. From all guys Sean Ryan and Carlton Carlton Cues and all the I mean. So many people came out of that That little incubator. I had gone up there. Those shows Nash Bridges and Miami. I swear long running shows which you're playing cops and I remember hearing you do an interview once and said I'm done with that you know and here you are as sheriff drugged God. You Judge Judge for judge hanging around the hanging around. But there's something in that role on. I know I get killed if I say anything too much about it but you know we probably both would. Well you'd be specially killed but I don't know how you get killed yeah to do this. But it's such a wonderfully complex charming character Thank you might have many many other level the NFL. What's happening? Yeah well when I see an emmy nomination for that too in your future Oh bless your heart. Don't vote for the Emmy Okay. So it's useless. I think you know every listen every reality start somewhere with a rumor. Okay talk to John. You heard it here therefore I give you know I'm not getting it's make it happen. Yeah that is a lot of fun to do too because it was. I didn't have a character who can be sitting at a family dinner and get up and do Rogers and Hammerstein and make everybody feel. I WANNA be around this guy. It was just very ballsy and Fabulous to what you know. That's the way I felt about it because Damon column. He wrote me this beautiful letter and of course if you want an actor's attention you just write him a letter and tell him how great he is and you've got his undivided attention. I guaranteeing I don't care who it is. It's like Kryptonite right. You know. Start Bragging on an actor and telling them how great they are. They'll do anything and I fell victim to that. He came in. Yeah Yeah you're the God. And so he Lewis. Is this Lewis right walk on. I love it but he asked me to come in and he told me he kinda told me that story. The sort of long grades plans for for watching it. I don't think he wanted to scare me off so he didn't. He didn't tell me the whole thing but he told me enough and I and I kind of felt like well. I'm in on the joke and I like that. You know and and I also think that it's an interesting thing to have My fans wouldn't expect it no one expects and it's kind of A. It's kind of like one of those things where I can get away with that these days where maybe couldn't before
Emmy Awards 2019: The hottest red carpet arrivals, winners and losers
"Dash special edition really right littman. I'm Hellawell jam session teatime crossover event in the spirit of great television. We Love Crossover Event Lover Knock Great Television. What's going for it yeah. It's really negative because it was a really bad show we'll bounce Dallas and positively the phoebe Waller Abridge high of one in this is not fair. Thanks Jeff. Why why am I not in high too. I UH-HUH OH yeah yeah. It was a great night for her. That's true but to me. It was a television show true. No not definitely not what I mean. I think you know you're right on that note kate. Why don't you kick things off on a high for us. We're GONNA talk with highs and lows. We'll go back and forth all right start positive. I was the red carpet action pretty good pretty fun lot of color you know from the men and the women we love a color jacket. I'm I'm trying to do my best like Juliana ransack because it working your calendar at all you know mercilessly Nicolas Coster Waldo. They just like did the goal they are in Green. Yeah he looked really good. He looks great seen him look bad but I drew this award show as he does in every single still of photography taking him ever Israel. Where's the talks really well of any family well. It's a gift Lotta Pink and red dresses which I liked all of them. I think we were talking about just looks like a huge. Valentine onstage dynasty chic which I was into like Mandy Moore could've just like stepped off like an eighty soap op right and that's what I want for my fashion. We also have to Raji. GP Henson Great Yeah. All three of them have either watch dialing Hollywood on Netflix but I've heard it's really good it is really good and like the the first three episodes center around Dang Raji Henson's emmys dress code and yes this last year okay because Jason Baldness her stylist stylist and they're really good friends to show and so I was just thinking styling Hollywood and season two can't wait to hear about distress. They held it shadow styling Hollywood. One of Netflix few wins tonight. flicks yeah slow for them kind of great. Let's commercials now. ozark night were their networks commercials which wines the breaking bad movie. Yes that's true the Camino last hour. There were a few three just kept seeing the new netflix seven million. Leeann streaming sites now and there were commercials for all of them and there's a lot of apple plus huge. I feel like it anyway back to fashion. I also might think probably my favorite was purchase. There's Clarkson. She did like blonde more tissue atoms which is real kate everything you want from purchase. Clarkson ever but yeah it was great never looked great. We all oh really Zendaya so late though like we didn't really see your until she walked out in glasses she present which was fabulous. She's got the marvel money and she's a cool kid. So Oh yes you need to get there early. That's true. Actually she doesn't have marvel money anymore. Right right YEP per spiderman series is dead. Maybe they only mice. I'd still like to you see how that's ultimately resolved but yeah we know about that stuff too. I WANNA share that Kid Harrington who I generally have no interest in as John Snow or in real life but I thought he looks phenomenal Q. Like the Best I've ever seen him. Maybe yes maybe the best never looked tie really channeling Richard Madden which was a great look for him also recommended not show which was Sassou. Ask You guys see what Richard Man did in debt yeah bill t rex out of Lego instagram could for him huge flex. You know I'd like to nominate Emilia Clarke while around the gas are- if Valentino I I'd love to know about. I assume it's tape. That's involved in this attraction but she's wearing confidence. She looks great. I was so ready to root against I'm sorry I did but she made it a little bit more difficult than I had plans. At least you followed through my Rudolph and Michelle Williams both in floral patterns both looking great really really enjoyed that more Michelle Williams in a few minutes. I liked Natasha. Leones look also should we talk about Natasha. Leone clapping. Yeah you're cool. Kidman Adman clapping apparently it is interesting way of clapping. It is like she just learnt how a small child when you teach them how to do applies their hands together but she was consistent in it. She applauded for a lot of people which we appreciate. I really liked it. She was wearing glasses during the show. I just love glasses formal. Look look at the Oscars Golden Globes and EMMYS. It's very common and I think it's a great I would do it. Billy Puerto Ricans and also the formal yes. It's a great addition. It's fake furnished. We're on the same the same people to do it because like young always does it. Oprah as a love the former bosses Amanda. I'm happy to tell you that the Tasha Leo Gift of her clapping readily available for whenever you need that's great people are ready. I think that makes sense. I'm just going to try to do it in my own life. One more nomination. Naomi watts she looks phenomenal and black just logged in just great the new game of thrones star new game. It's just getting ready. I I liked we'll talk a lot more reckoning with routes but I like to the end of the show how David any off who is my one true love can be like and now it's over we did it and now it is over totally disavowing try to shut out any notions of the prequels and spin offs that are that are coming alright great injection positively positively we'll ride this enthusiasm into talking about the most awkward moment of evening which was allow a complicated one which was when. Phoebe Waller Bridge won on Best Actress in a comedy beating out Julia Louis Dreyfuss in her final season as Lena Meyer from beep and bridges incredibly happy. Kate was incredibly happy. Many people on the Internet were incredibly happy. Let's get this out of the way. This is a pro fleabag podcast. You're lovely about free. It's one of the best things that that I've seen in any medium in two thousand and nineteen. Maybe in the decade yet great up there yeah fix perfect episodes a season two. Yes at flawless sure but Julia Louis Dreyfus purpose is probably the best television actress of in history. Yeah I think she's like Lucille Ball and Carol channing. Yes and she had one for veep. I believe every season she had been nominated and she was going to break the record for the most emmy wins by a woman of of all time and she she is there's also a breast cancer survivor yeah and that happened between these seasons so I think we all assumed that this would be her emmy and and it was not and that's the way the cookie crumbles moreover everyone in the room assuming yes so it was like the most tepid response. It's a win from a show that is universally praised yes. I'm sure that no one's like fleabag doesn't deserve it deserve. It really sucks sucks. That's how the point just was such an incredibly awkward moment. Totally I think okay like root for history. It's like when you walk or it's and you want to see a record broken or you. You want like someone's got hot. Hand you want to leave him in the game but as long as possible like it's okay to root for history it's okay to experience that moment and it was just really awkward. Yeah and it's also a fever waller. Bridge did not really read the room in that moment. I was wondering I guess veep is maybe not a big deal in the UK. They don't care about it. They're like we have in the loop. We don't actually need the American version of IANUCCI stuff but she was like thanking her agent and I just it wasn't the note that you wanted at that. Moment also weird for her to be profusely thanking or agent given the feud between writers and agents right now. Yes weird moment. It was not mentioned once during the entire telecast now's house per day and there was a lot of ignoring everything going on TV. No one was talking about streaming services. Everyone was just you know thinking whatever likes Amazon that that helped them. A lot of Amazon wants by the way but yeah it just it. It was uncomfortable. Even though it was happy yeah it's like not undeserved served right with the moment felt wrong and it. Kinda sucks then for our bread shoes. True talent is actually Frank Kayla. I will say like she seems super for actress to me in that moment in a way. I don't like to acknowledge and I just like Oh. This is a real actress but she also had just been up there like I think it would have been different if she hadn't won anything yet yet right right right so she had just been up there. She's up there again. It's like Oh you again like everyone loves her but like it is. It would have been different than if it had just been the first win for few celebrity yeah so it's tough. It's a no win a little bit she continued to she did continue to win now. She did and it was awesome. That fleabag won best comedy. US totally detailing curling. Everyone say their favorite episode man you go first the last one I mean come on the answer here. I soon as you said that to me. I I also kind of don't think of them as discreet right so it's entirely it was just one you could put those together and it would be like one very long movie and it would be kind of perfect shorter then some worth celebrating movies kate the first episode the pilot was the second season yeah great one of the Jumpsuit Yeah Mine's the number three's Kristin Scott Thomas See Russia Kristin Scott Thurow's Jonzon hot priest socially tough but you got yeah Kristin Scott Thomas. Oh yeah that's a trade. That's funeral so many other version of one yeah one we don't talk about the new one in the really funny thing about season into fleabag is just like everyone acknowledges now including TV while our bridge how essential Andrew Scott as you play the AK Moriarty too many of us who watched Sir Lock. Yeah weird very greatest in yeah. It was really cool and she when she turned to him accepting best comedy. It was like we did this because Andrew. You're Scott came in and that was cool. It was great and also you finally got to be on stage which was good so a motive. Actually I just want to say I love back. I don't need any more Brett Gelman twenty twenty between fleabag and stranger things. Yeah Ozone Lot shred amount of everything done. We're done offense. I guess it's it's really inherently offensive thing okay moving on so that was like a low and then and then I within a low below the recovered itself yeah. Just I mean it is remarkable. It's saying that is a special as fleabag actually won the emmys. We don't see actually the best. Things don't usually win awards. That's literally every awards show and fleabag winning and phoebe Waller winning for writing. It's just like wow we did it. That's great yeah so that was good good job on this one thing good Johnson. Okay Okay Hi Michelle Williams speech amazing stuff amazing stuff. This is also what happens when you practice and you prepare and she had clearly given some thought to what she wanted to say and not. Maybe she wrote it. I'm not really sure because it was definitely well-crafted and she hit her points but it was more that she had an idea and she wanted to turn this into It's a speech about equal pay which is like something. She's been crosshairs about a lot. If you remember when they did the re-shoots for I guess it was called all the money in the world it was the Getty Nassar Getty show out of it so Kevin Spacey's the Laura for Christopher plummer and they did the re shoots her fi versus Mark Wahlberg fee. Yes she took like a daily fee and Mark Wahlberg at one point five million dollars and then it became a thanks so she I used that in order to talk about a Fosse verdant. FX And the support and what happens when you actually do support of working specifically women have car work. She just like she had the stats. That's she nailed it.
"plummer" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I see is that the story is the christopher plummer is they rich patriarch coming typecasting there after various other rules in the same owner has been murdered and no number of families who's done there's like one of his family it seems so they're old suspects jamie lee curtis is lamey artists like graham about us so this is the latest movie from ron johnson and this feels like they although he would say the last jet i wonder for him as well but this feels like the one from me after the one for them other last jet i and a i tremendous from this is evans cards according to be called ransom robinson i dunno i dunno how true that is but a he appears to be some sort of deal it's on some sort of i dunno wasteful so i i gray dickhead yeah yeah he's got some md going on definitely so i think he's done obsessive md today i'm worried about that well frame introduced the concept i wanna easter bt it's even bigger yeah on the armistice ended his well michael shannon he certainly did it a two and a half you kinda michael that he has certainly been angel at v as you don't johnson by but then that would they be expecting us to think right yeah they'll double bluff side of this michael shannon along j martell is a really really great cast and it looks like a really fun twist is sadly the tagline is who done it as no one's ever done it so that's because it looks fairly straight down the middle right arch and comedic in the treasure but it doesn't look like there's anything in here that's gonna take you have portland's ron johnson doesn't do not surprising so nicely i like the best selling it is you ryan jumps on who done it except he's written on the right to this is his original projected on the poster it's very it's kinda framed nicely over liam magnifying glass maybe this is finally the who don't have been waiting my entire life to say which is the one where the great detective comes in seoul the case is actually the killer like we all know jessica fletcher done it i mean come on no happens a law that many murders seems like she's going to be a serial killer maybe that is diner craig's carter you think yeah i think i'll blow in this thing wide open okay maybe chris evans like maybe this is his absolute you know sort of anti captain america role i think i think chris evans i dunno i think chris evans is gonna die i think he's gonna die this do you think this is one of those things where it's a bit like something like a death in the nile or like a just a general episode of morse were the suspects start getting bumped off one by one yes so you think the people like chris evans might not make it to the end i think he might not make it to the end there is a huge circle of knives means permanently the trailers so those on ending up in people's boxall kind of almost certainly backs i think in the gym like lots of backstopping yeah i think i did it are you gonna say michael shannon temporary center it's ending you watch i mean anything else going to do you were excited about yes simon oh yeah there is extremely good news for sand man funds which is fun to say a this week which is that simon is finally coming screens but he's coming as it should a tv series on netflix rather than squished into a film format which would be disastrous for that story not people who haven't read said man it is almost impossible to sum up but it's neil gaiman comic from a starting the very end vip's i think but went into the nineties.
Kamala Harris to introduce plan to end gender pay gap
"Democratic presidential contender. Kamla Harris has announced a new plan aimed at closing the gender pay gap from member station. K P, C C. Mary Plummer reports. California's US Senator Kamala Harris, mentioned the plan during her first presidential campaign organizing events in Los Angeles. And our American nobody should have to work more than one job to put food on the table and Roop of their head. Campaign is touting the proposal as the first of its kind it would require large corporations to receive an equal pay certification from the Employment Opportunity Commission Harris wants to find companies that don't pay men and women equally. One percent of their profits for each one percent, wage gap violation. The California Senator is among twenty three Democrats currently seeking to win the democratic party's
Polar vortex, blamed for at least 6 deaths, sweeps Midwest
"Of flights delayed or canceled and parts of the midwest could be colder than the Arctic circle. A polar vortex is bringing some of the coldest weather in a generation with the Chicago field like temp around negative fifty tomorrow. This man lives in the windy city, which is definitely living up to its name. Co Hyundai Cirque. I got on jogging pants under. And it's not just the north. I'm Jim Krasula. The record cold has many southerners worried about frozen water pipes timely advice from Knoxville, Tennessee, Plummer, Kenny Brown, and can leave your faucet. Dripping open up. The cabinets to the exterior walls have plumbing. Let a little he'd get in there. Several municipal utilities Virginia and West Virginia are asking people to cut back on power usage of the cold. So that meeting electric demand won't become a problem, so far the weather's blamed for at least six deaths in Illinois, Iowa, Indiana, Wisconsin and Minnesota CBS news
Trump to hit China with new round of tariffs
"That shocked investors tesla CEO Elon Musk. Declaring that he could take the company private word for musk came yesterday afternoon in. The form. Of a tweet and a blog post the left many questions. Unanswered Dana hall reports from our Bloomberg nine sixty newsroom in San Francisco the fact that. He wants to take tesla private is not a surprise he's talked about this in previous interviews with us there's been no SEC filing we're not sure when, there is a board vote, presumably, the, board is, on, board with this but we haven't heard from any of, them we really don't have anything beyond Ilan's tweets and the Broncos most suggested a price of four. Hundred twenty dollars a share to take tesla private that would value the company at eighty two. Billion dollars and would amount to the largest leverage. Buyout in history Wall Street is skeptical of, mosques plans Dennis garment has editor and publisher. Of the garment letter this. Is not going to happen I think this. Was just a game to put the fear of God into the shorts once again which clearly he. Did but do I think that. This is going to come to fruition I, doubt, it, shares of, tesla searched eleven percent yesterday but closed around three hundred eighty, dollars far below the four hundred twenty dollar level cited by musk David Kudlow CEO at mainstay, capital, management is shorting tesla and says he will stay with that position. This doesn't change my perception or outlook and it hasn't changed my outlook. On my short position in fact we were in. Shorting more shares today on. The strength of the stock just a week ago. Tesla reported another quarterly laws where it burned, through hundreds of millions of dollars still there. Are those who think four hundred twenty dollars a share is too low for tesla Russ Gerber is president and CEO at Gerber Kawasaki and a, tesla shareholder value the company at five seventy one this is a rip off I'm not selling for four twenty You know how. Many companies I can find like. Tesla out there there's not the biggest question around Elon Musk land is funding has tweets nor his, belong post yesterday made, mention of how tesla would pay to go private now let's turn? To news on the global stage where, we have another, escalation in the trade war between the US and China Bloomberg's John Tucker joins us live with the, latest good morning John good. Morning to you Bob the Trump administration, says it will begin imposing twenty-five. Percent levies on an additional sixteen billion dollars of Chinese imports in two weeks it'll be the. Second time, the US laps tariffs on Chinese goods Hannah Anderson global strategist at j. p. Morgan asset management, believes it will only get more heated tariffs are a potent political issue in the. US and being able to position oneself as strong on China actually may give some politicians. In the midterm elections a bit of an advantage the US is, reviewing ten percent levies on a further two. Hundred billion dollars in Chinese. Imports at us even considering raise The rate to twenty five. Percent Meanwhile China's exports grew faster than expected in July and imports. Surged signaling the trade were has yet to take a toll China's trade surplus with the US remains near a record high John Tucker Bloomberg daybreak John thank. You, the British pound is weakened to the lowest level against the euro and almost nine months the move comes amid growing concern. That the UK could leave the EU with no deal in, place Plummer Sebastian sound like. Joins, us live from London with the details good morning Sebastian good morning Karen and Bob yes euro studying sat now at sports eight. Thousand nine hundred eighty six. Down a quarter percent today we're also, seeing a, slump in sterling dollar that's close to a one year low at one twenty nine. Zero six now this appears to be driven by anxiety over a lack of progress with talks rather than any particular political triggers the evidence building now that. Investors the stock price in. A messy Brexit it's also sparing activity in the options market spread between risk reversals expiring in thirty days and those expiring Nine months which captures the departure date from the EU is the. Whitest since January live in London I'm Sebastian solid Bloomberg daybreak.
Virginia city could be under 17 feet of water in 7 minutes if dam fails
"Trauma fifty, eight people were killed hundreds wounded by high caliber, automatic weapons fire. He was cornered by police cruisers today, Joseph Papas the suspect in the cold blooded killing of a prominent Houston. Cardiologists, CBS news correspondent Omar Villafranca describes the tense situation. One police officer arrived within moments and confronted Pappas and another officer as well. They noticed that he was wearing body armor. They told him to get his hands up, but it only apparently put one hand up both officers were there. When he did lift up his other hand, he had a gun in it. He put it to his head and pulled the trigger, the dam above the city of Lynchburg Virginia, a lot of watchful eyes on it right now including CBS's chip Reid, that damn is in danger of breaching authorities. Say in behind that damn is two hundred twenty five million gallons of water in a reservoir college lake. They call it if that dam does breach that water authorities say, could go surging downhill into the city of Lynchburg Virginia population. eighty thousand heavy rain today is not helping the search continues for a twelve year old chinese girl missing at reagan international airport she was on tour from china there's a woman seen with her who may have been connected with her in new york david kugler is the chief of metropolitan airports police department it appears there was some familiarity but i don't know if it was a cordial exchange and that is something we're trying to verify it this time it's a solid gain but not as nice as we've been used to seeing recently one hundred and fifty thousand jobs added last month unemployment bankrate.com senior economic analyst mark hamrick via skype plummer rate fell back down to three point nine percent mind you in june we had seen at tech up from three point eight to four percent so we're we're much in the rains that we've been in the past few months with the jobless rate china announcing a sixty billion dollar list of u._s. goods they'll be taxing part of tariff retaliation economists gusto shay says it's possible china actually is targeting trump supporters chemicals a lot of those businesses are located Along the Gulf Coast in areas of voted heavily for President Trump so. I think that that may be a signal that they're willing to hurt his voters DAL right now up. One hundred points this is CBS News to experience relief. From foot and leg cramps use, theraworx relief, get. Theraworx relief, today in. The pain relief file at your local. Pharmacy ask your pharmacist for.
"plummer" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"So that's that's you that's christopher plummer playing the piano embraceable you surgery a little bit little bit of both a little bit of embraceable you the concerto the second concerto by brockman so you had your eyes set i'm being a pianist for a while hey i thought it was not for very long when i discovered out how lonely it could be what do you mean my my cousin nina fear costco's everybody knows her canada's one of its best fairness took took over what i was wanting to do and made it her own so at least the family somebody became a concert pianist very very fine one but what made you change your mind because of her traveling all over the world all by herself when you're a soloist it's a very lonely life you just have the piano and that's exciting but you're not so much in contact with the audience as you are as an actor the audience than you are one and the same near partners so it's much more gregarious life and i chose the hell with this i'm not miserable minardi even big good but i still love my music so so is doing gigs like this performing alongside the orchestra this is a little bit of you getting back in touch with with with music with you're starting out as a musician yes yes both both my training as a classical actor and my my love of music at the same time so it's a wonderful marriage do you think that the rigor associated with becoming a concert pianist with practicing piano the what what you learn playing piano in any way informed you're acting you're to shake yes yes if you have an ear which i have thank god it helps you understand where the coda czar where the skirt shows are and and how to sort of orchestrate an entire performance rather symphony tell tell me more about that how did the code is in scherzer's these are musical terms that i know how do they fit into to perform in dramatic acting our coda knowing that your performance is going to you're going to take it down in in in force and you're going to sort of slowly disappear just as a as a violin concerto would slowly disappear at the end of the second movement that's a that's a that's a quick example i i'm curious as to how you think being a musician has just informed your your daily life has has made you a better performer better actor a better person oh god yes any understanding of another art whether it's musical or banjo or noise all you need to employ all these influences because the more the merrier and the more you improve the more your work workers has a profundity to it wouldn't have existed without that sort of collective interest i think i'm going to get a t shirt made that says heart or banjo or noise pick one or the other if you're just tuning in my name is tom perez listening to cbc radio i'm speaking with christopher plummer he'll.
"plummer" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"It's so that's that's you that's christopher plummer playing the piano bristle you serger your money it's a little little bit of both a little bit of embraceable you little bit of the concerto the second concerto by brock modern so you had your eyes set on being a pianist for awhile hey i thought it was not for very long when i discovered how how lonely it could be what do you mean my my cousin nina fuel costs cars everybody knows her in comedy one of its best pureness took took over what i was wanting to do and made it her own so at least at the family somebody became a concert pianist very very fine one but what made you change your mind well because of her traveling all over the world all by herself yeah when you're a soloist it's very lonely life you just have the piano and that's exciting but you're not so much in contact with the audience as you are as an actor i mean they audience in you are one in the same partners so it's much more gregarious life and i chose it hell with i'm not miserable i may not even be good but i still love my music i love i love the hit to hear you say that 'cause i know so many musicians i'll speak only of musicians who will say things like i can't stand being in a band i just want to be on my own i wanna make decisions for myself i love hearing that it was that you wanna be part of something bigger you wanna be part of team oh yes parv team also are not always want their team around me but i'll take an office for any day so is is so is doing gigs like this performing alongside the orchestra this is a little bit of getting back in touch with with with music with you're starting out as a musician yes yes both both mark training as a classical actor and my love abuser sometimes a wonderful marriage did all the chosing of the verse myself under julian armagh who was who has the chamber orchestra in ottawa joe shows some of the music and then when i when we brought it or are bringing it to toronto it's peter engine who have oversized it up sized with great symphonic passages with the full orchestra so it's it's a different show in in many ways do you think that the rigor associated with becoming a concert pianist with practicing piano the what you learn playing piano in any way informed you're acting you're t if you have an ear try have thank god it helps you understand where the code are and where the scat so are and and how to sort of orchestrate an entire performance rather accu up the straits incidents tell me more about that how do the code is scarce these musical terms that i know how do they fit into to perform in dramatic acting kota is knowing that your performance is going to you're going to take it down in in fourth and you're going to sort of slowly disappear at just as a as a violin concerto would slowly disappeared the end of the second movement that's that's a that's a quick example that's that's a beautiful thing i as a musician myself this is something i think about all time you hardly classical pianist christopher i'm a banjo player which is hardly the same thing great though congrats i i'm curious as to how you think being a musician has just informed your daily life has has made you a better perform better actor better person oh god you have any understanding of another art whether it's musical or behind show or noise all it you need to employ all these influences because the more the merrier and the more you improve the more your work as has a profundity to it that wouldn't have existed without that sort of collective interest i think i'm going to get a t shirt made that says art or banjo or noise pick one or the other if you're just tuning in my name is tom powerlifting cbc radio speaking with christopher plummer who will be back in his hometown of toronto narrating the works of william shakespeare accompanied by music inspired by shakespeare and performed by the toronto symphony orchestra it's a one night only event you mentioned peter generally this is the toronto symphony orchestras last season with peter he's been fourteen years at the podium the second longest tesol history.
"plummer" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"It's so that's that's you that's christopher plummer playing the piano bristle you sir your money it's a little little bit of both hey a little bit of embraceable you little bit of the concerto the second concerto by rachmaninov so you had your eyes set on being a pianist for awhile hey i thought it was not for very long when i discovered how how lonely could be what do you mean my my cousin nina feel close guys everybody knows her in candidatures one of its best pianist took took over what i was wanting to do and made it her own so at least at the family somebody became a concert pianist very very fine one but what made you change your mind well because of her traveling all over the world all by yourself when you're a soloist it's a very lonely life you just have the piano and that's exciting but you're not so much in contact with the audience as you are as an actor i mean the audience and you are one and the same new partners so it's much more gregarious life and i chose it hell with miserable i may may not even be good but i still love my music i love i love the to hear you say that because i know so many musicians speak i'll speak only of musicians who will say things like i can't stand being in a band i just want to be on my own i wanna make decisions for myself i i love hearing that it was that you wanna be part of something bigger you wanna be part of a team oh yes parv team also are not always want the team around me but i'll take an orchestra any day so is is so is doing gigs like this performing alongside the orchestra this is a little bit of getting back in touch with with with music with you're starting out as a musician yes yes both both my training as a classical actor and my love abusive at the same time there's a wonderful marriage did all the choosing of the verse myself and julia nama who is who has the chamber orchestra in ottawa chose some of the music and then when i when we brought it or are bringing it to toronto it's peter engine who now have oversized it up sized great symphonic passages with the full orchestra so it's it's a different show in in many ways do you think that the rigor associated with becoming a concert pianist with practicing piano the what what you learn playing piano in any way informed you're acting you're into shakes yes t if you have an ear try have back god it helps you understand where the code is are where the scallops those are and and how to sort of orchestrate unin top performance rather you constraints incident tell tell me more about that how do the code is in scherzer's these musical terms that i know how do they fit into performing dramatic acting kotas knowing that your performance is going to you're going to take it down in in in fourth and you're going to sort of slowly disappear at just as as violin concerto would slow to disappear at the end of the second movement that's that's a that's a quick example that's that's a beautiful thing i as a musician myself this is something think about all time hardly a classical pianist christopher i'm a banjo player which is hardly the same thing great though congrats i i'm curious as to how you think being a musician has just informed your daily life has has made you a better performer better actor a better person god any understanding of another art whether it's musical or banjo or noise all you need to employ all these influences because the more the merrier and the more you improve the more your work as has profundity to it that wouldn't have existed without that sort of collective interest i think i'm going to get a t shirt made that says art or banjo or noise pick one or the other if you're just tuning in my name is tom power you're listening to cvc radio speaking with christopher plummer who will be back in his hometown of toronto narrating the works william shakespeare accompanied by music inspired by shakespeare and performed by the toronto symphony orchestra it's a one night only event you mentioned peter generally this is the toronto symphony orchestras last season with peter he's been fourteen years at the podium the second longest tso history.
"plummer" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Listen movie called boundaries with plummer except for christopher plummer and i guess verify make it it's a silly movie two forgettable movie but of course promise eighty nine that big movie i hope everybody gets to see this weekend drummer all please spy catcher was yeah now moberg one of the legendary baseball players i had no idea about the story legendary nakas baseball ability he in an age of barely literate tobaccochewing guys with their teeth missing the nineteen thirties along comes a jewish player from princeton five beta kappa summa cum laude fluent in six languages including sanskrit conversant in six other languages was able to play chess without a board and in nineteen thirty four when we already knew war was coming with japan he accompanied ruth gary gonna postseason barnstorming tours a coach and lectured at the university of tokyo one morning simplifying their alphabet in japanese lecturing right and then he he knows when the wife of one of the team owners went into labor that the hospital join tokyo bay a strategic target and he filled it an eight years later colonel soon to be general doolittle use those films in his raid on tokyo and then when we knew that war was that hitler was working on an atomic bomb yeah he was briefed on nuclear fission such as it was then dropped into switzerland's and to attend a meeting of dr a heisenberg kit lers atomic scientists who thank god was not a nazi and hated hitler and drag the research but he was given the license to kill the scientists if he announced the breakthrough this a fascinating guy my dad knew him he never picked my tough although he never picked up a check never married and when he was given the presidential medal of freedom he refused it very strange guy read seven newspapers a day and in one scene in the movie i'm not giving anything away they don't recognize him when a pick up game of baseball starts among the soldiers among the raw in the rubble along the front and he said can i catch you said you really want to catch you any catching some guy to is trying to steal second base and he's thrown out by about ten feet and they they turn around they will hey you're moberg wow you're a major league or so when he gets up to bat they go deep the outfield is he says i only hit two forty five don't go very self effacing he's played by paul rudd and paul giamati is in it and rudd sleighs moberg i love paul bit kansas city royals fan not tall on an ant man to but but i think this brings long overdue glory to a strange but brilliant guy how do you play first of all i play chess secondly play chess without he lives a double life as a spy this is a spectacular bird my mother would have loved to adopt him i love it i love jeffrey listen have a great weekend we always appreciate you joining us mr lyons all the very best that anything about jerry we always liked it i'll try to i'm going to now google who that other impersonator was who was that who i don't know jerry lewis a person you'll find out next week next week all right i love you jeffrey thank you bye god bless eight thirty four with piscopo the morning mike gallagher coming up mom mommy what is joe also sean spicer is with us this morning.
Larry Kudlow has heart attack, Trump tweets from Singapore
"Madigan has its hands full dealing with a number of issues including sexual harassment allegations and now conservative republicans are trying to take advice vantage of his full nor ability as they look ahead to november election with former candidate for governor genie is leading the charge republican lawmakers and legislative candidates called on democrats to demand that speaker madigan step down over his handling of sex harassment complaints in his inner circle she knows few will but suggest they should he's become an albatross around their necks for sure there's indications by pauling that he's the least popular politicians state of illinois so the conservative state rep says the time is right for conservative candidates we intend to fully hold our leadership accountable we intend to change the culture in springfield and this is the new crop of leaders they will be coming down there to make the changes necessary craig delamore newsradio one one zero five point nine fm i can't count information worker strike has ended the county and the workers union have agreed to a three year contract that provides raises of two percent two point two five percent then two and a half percent over the next three years according to a report by the daily herald teamster local three thirty includes counselors at the king county juvenile justice center the strike began april thirtieth over what the union called unfair labor practices roger plummer newsradio on one zero five point nine fm president trump's money chief suffered a heart attack in washington and it's recuperating this morning at walter reed medical center it happened just as the historic summit with getting underway in singapore the news came by twitter just moments before president trump shook hands with kim jong hoon he tweeted that larry cudlow the director of the national economic council has suffered a heart attack kudlow had gone with trump to quebec for the g seven summit this weekend and predicted before leaving that the tariff dispute would be resolved much like a family quarrel i'm always the optimist the president's tweet says our great larry cudlow has been working so hard on trade and the economy has just suffered a heart attack kudlow is being treated at walter reed medical center just outside the nation's capital jackie quinn washington and his first addresses missouri governor mike parsons said it's important to remember that they represent the citizens of the.
Top EPA aide Millan Hupp is leaving
"Live from NPR news in Washington. I'm Jim hawk to longtime aides to Environmental Protection Agency administrators, Scott Pruitt are reportedly leaving NPR's. Peter Overby says both became entangled and Pruitt's ethics problems. Millan hop was in the news earlier this week as the aide who at Pruitt to request tried to locate used mattresses at President Trump's DC hotel. So Pruitt could buy one up also apartment headed for the Pruitt's officially she's director of scheduling and advance. Pruitt office bent the rules to give her a thirty three percent raise along with a fifty three percent hike for his senior counsel. Sarah Greenwald Pruitt later told Fox News. He rescinded the raises both staffers came to DC as part of a team of young Pruitt loyalists most from his time as Oklahoma attorney general for other top aides to Pruitt have left in recent months. EPA didn't respond to NPR's request for comment. Peter Overby NPR news, Washington election. Officials in Los Angeles are facing tough questions after California's primary election for member station KPCC. Mary Plummer says a printing error caused over one hundred thousand names to be left off the voter, rolls county home to more than five million registered voters ran into significant problems during Tuesday's voting the top election official for LA faced a barrage of questions from the county board of supervisors who recounted numerous reports from voters, supervisor, Catherine Berger said her office was bombarded with complaints, and that voters became so angry when their names were missing from the roles that are riot almost broke out. We had calls of streets or the entire street was left off. The problem was due to a printing error that omitted thousands of registered voters from the voter, rolls officials instructed poll workers to issue provisional ballots after the problem was discovered for NPR news. I'm Mary Plummer in Los Angeles. The secretary of health and human services is warning parents. Thinking of entering the. US without documents that they could still be separated from their children at a hearing on Capitol Hill. Alex azar is defending the new strategy of separating unauthorized immigrants from their children. The best advice have is actually present yourself at a legal border crossing and make your case cross illegally and get arrested, and your children will be given to us. That's that's. That's the simple fact. I'm afraid democratic Senator, Jeff Merkley of Oregon was recently denied permission to visit a facility in Texas where migrant children were being held in a victory for sanctuary cities. A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Trump administration cannot cut off grants to Philadelphia. Over the way the city deals with immigrants in the country illegally, the judge ruled, the conditions, the federal government placed on the city in order to receive the funding are unconstitutional arbitrary and capricious. Philadelphia has said it will turn over emigrants to immigration and customs enforcement only if the agency has a warrant signed by judge. This is NPR news. The Trump administration's federal commission on school safety held its first listening session, Wednesday, NPR's Brockton Booker reports at came a day after the chair of the commission, education secretary, Betsy DeVos said it would not look into the role of guns in school violence Montgomery County, Maryland high school student Alexia majority says guns are the reason why schools are not safe. I would ask to, please consider the possibilities that guns are the most important aspect of the purview of this commission. She had a message for the commission heavily reconsider their current complicit stance on the role of guns in school safety cheer woman, Betsy DeVos has been criticized for telling a Senate subcommittee on Tuesday that considering guns was not part of the Commission's charge per se. Device was not ethelson accession, but an education department official at the event said, among other things, it would consider minimum age limits for certain kinds of weapons purchases Braxton Booker in. NPR news, Washington emergency crews are pulling more bodies from what remains villages devastated by the eruption of Guatemala's. Most active volcano. The official death toll which was increased. Ninety nine on Wednesday was expected to rise with at least one hundred ninety seven people listed as missing the first tropical storm of the eastern Pacific hurricane season formed well off the coast of Mexico on Wednesday. But forecasters said it's not a threat to land the National Hurricane Center named at tropical storm Aletta saying and had maximum sustained winds of fifty miles an hour and was moving west at seven miles an hour. I'm Jim hawk NPR news in Washington support for this NPR podcast, and the following message come from Comcast business from their fast, reliable internet on their advanced gig speed network to their twenty four, seven support. Comcast business is committed to helping power businesses every day, visit Comcast, business dot com to learn more.
NASA's Mars Insight rockets towards the Red Planet
"Hey news on the hour on the half and when it breaks i'm rosie a rivera live from the kfi twenty four hour newsroom styrofoam has been banned in long beach mayor robert garcia has signed a bill into law ending single use of the product he said all of the plastic and sarah foam floating down the river eventually ends up in long beach if we're not going to ban this incredibly harmful form of plastic and how can we expect the state and others to do the same thing the law mmediately ban styrofoam from city establishments large restaurants will have six months to comply everywhere in long beach will have to be styrofoam free within a year and a half some people who live in chatsworth say they're trying to stop street stunts that shutdown intersections this homeowners a group of car lovers takes over the roads lead at nights where original owners since these houses were bill so we've been here forever and we're never seen this craziness like that before the intersection of mason avenue on plummer street is covered in doughnut marks neighbors say drivers also she'd off fireworks and pee on people's lawns a woman in connecticut is expected to make a full recovery after having a one hundred thirty two pound ovarian tumor removed ospital officials explain this week that the thirty eight year old woman went to a doctor after she started gaining about ten pounds a week doctors say the woman was also malnourished because the giant tumor was sitting on her digestive tract the tumor was removed along with the woman's left ovary and six pounds of extra skin nasa has launched a rocket from vandenberg air force base carrying a lander aimed at mars the trip for the insight lander is expected to take just over six months the plan is to have satellites relay back data as the inside enters the martian atmosphere and lands nasa says there have been forty three missions to mars since nineteen sixty.
China plans Taiwan Strait live-fire exercises amid tensions
"Support for this npr podcast and the following message come from sony pictures with all the money in the world legendary director ridley scott brings this thrilling drama inspired by true events to life starring michelle williams christopher plummer and mark wahlberg now available on digital and blu ray live from npr news in washington i'm to wayne brown president trump's pick to become the next secretary of state is on capitol hill at this hour vowing to help the state department get it swagger back in perez michele keleman has this update cia director and former congressman mike pompeo says he's heard the concerns about how demoralizing it's been at the state department he's going to help fill vacancies and making clear the department has a key role to play now on north korea which he calls the highest diplomatic task he's also talking tough on russia's saying it has been acting aggressively enabled by years of eight soft policy that is now overpumping oh says according to prepared remarks released by the white house some lawmakers are promising to bring up their concerns about his skepticism of climate change and the iran nuclear deal as well as controversial past statements against muslims michelle kellerman npr news washington china says it will conduct live weapon fire exercises in the taiwan strait next week npr's anthony kuhn reports the drills come amid heightened tensions between the us and china over the selfgovern island maritime authorities in southeast china's fujian province which sits across the street from taiwan announced the exercises authorities offered no details or explanations but a number of recent moves by the trump administration of drawn criticism from china's government those include the passage of taiwan travel act which encourages high level government exchanges between washington in taipei the us recently authorized contractors to build new submarines for taiwan and appointed as national security adviser john bolton who has publicly.
"plummer" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"He did fine listen he only made fifteen thousand dollars for hosting anyway so what you think he's going to do a milliondollar hosting job carbon out fifteen brand no but now i thought he was finding opening monologue seemed a little napa yeah we're trying to pay attention and then we were that we got distracted started talking amongst ourselves we watched as much as we could before we we got bored and started chatting i did like when he said there was going to be a give away that's for sure on me last the magnificent christopher plummer going forward whose name in his not the place in some i wanna be asking how does lin manuel miranda's compared to the real alexander hamilton this is a really wanna show so here's what we're gonna do not same shouldn't give a long speech but whoever gives the shortest speech tonight we'll go home with johnny tell him what though win shots by jimmy thank you allen vega helen mirren not included so this is not a joke i will be timing you i have a stop watch the moment you are handed that oscar the clock will start taking so get up here grab it and go and in the likely event of a tie i need to say the jetski we'll be awarded to christopher plummer and they followed through with it it was won by a costume designer phantom thread who i think with he like in a group of other guys i think you might have been an hour only got to say thank you to my mom i thought those very funny that a a movie about costumes won the best costume award yes are you locating life lifeimitatingart chocolate yeah okay i i wanna see daniel day lewis his first creation is now going to be addressed maker right and wants to use first use everen no law first creation as iraq a method actor exactly all right so that was really funny and then it jimmy actually sweeten the pot on that trip with something a little on that side jetski news with something extra some of you are taking the jetski being as seriously as i had all the leader right now is mark bridges the costume designer from phantom threat he did is and thirty six seconds which is solid as good if be could be and i would like to know actors like motivation so worst sweeping the pot johnny exactly woo hoo ivory reverend burning for a threeday to night day adult beautiful jalazun a'sin you'll enjoy pershing's lady and don't forget don't bring.
"plummer" Discussed on We Paid To See This
"At the end when like they're counting there's money being counted by different party she's like it's disgusting this is just to justice in a medical question how the fuck to someone survive having their ear cut off they noted in hospital and someone to like seriously like plug the wound and stitch them up and shit as is probably burning of things probably cauterize things that it now and k there was that was a good scene though they are cutting was a good thing because then there is like a spurt of blood was kenneth starr hell all was the grandson like young early young either late teen or like twenty years yeah well here's the thing it by the way it starts michelle williams she plays the kids mother which is which is j paul getty is ex daughterinlaw and j paul getty played by christopher plummer there was plenty of against in of but no no no one ever have who does exist but he never existed that we have name again i i know it's sad his name's been erased from even now bringing back and he wanted to us i know i know it's not said it's not it's not sad kevin spacey comes basic the pierre mark wahlberg is in this hey guys doing that mark evans speights the tvs kevin spacey oh no he was tvs kevin spacey by the way when he was announced in this movie originally it surprised me because it named don't say fucking baby driver name the best last big movie that kevin spacey was in because swimming was shocks does twenty years ago.
"plummer" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"The nation at 81 mike mills beginners for which he won his first oscar at eighty two becoming the oldest person ever to win a competitive acting oscar and david finshers the girl with the dragon tattoo however he's best known to and loved by millions the world over for his work more than a halfcentury ago as captain von trap opposite julie andrews maria in robert wise as best picture oscar winning musical the sound of music just a couple of months ago he added another credit to his full magara fee this one unlike any other before it when he joined forces with ridley scott on all the money in the world filming in just nine days all of the scenes the kevin spacey had previously shot as j paul getty before stacy became engulfed in a sexual misconduct scandal and the movies future became jeopardized for his efforts he already has received a best supporting actor golden globe award nomination and he might well receive a best supporting actor oscar nomination just a few weeks from now i'm talking of course about the legendary christopher plummer but first i was joined at the los angeles offices of the hollywood reporter by rachel morrison a 39yearold cinematographer whose film credits include ryan kugler fruit fail station from two thousand thirteen and daniel barnes this cake from two thousand fourteen and who's receive primetime any nominations for her work on victor buehler's 2005 tv movie rikers i and liz garb assists tv doc what happened miss simone from two thousand fifteen for her work on de rhesus two thousand seventeen fell mud bound morrison recently became the first woman ever to win the best cinematography new york film critics circle award or to be nominated for the american society of cinematographers outstanding achievement award on january 23rd we will find out if the cinematographers branch of the academy of motion picture arts and sciences has made her the first female ever to be nominated for the best cinematography oscar as well rachel thank you so much for joining us and congratulations on.
"plummer" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Well i think it's time to address the elephant not in the room harvey weinstein isn't here tonight because well i've heard rumors that he's crazy and difficult to work with but don't worry he'll be back in twenty years when he becomes the first person ever booed during the in memorium it also like that crude joke well despite everything that happened this year the show goes on for example i was happy to hear they're gonna do another season of house of cards is christopher plummer available for that too that's can do as southern accent kevin spacey cody oh is that to me to kevin spacey the other clip in a everybody's talking about is we talked about a little bit oprah winfrey his acceptance speech for the cease will be damileau award for lifetime achievement she kinda stole the show with a rousing speech about sexual harassment and assault and have a clip from that by the way some big rumors swirling around about oprah winfrey right now for her future but first will will play the clip e r a district quicker oprah sean i wish that the sprouts and lakhan yadav i was checking out schol the magazine wreck guess who made the cover for the seven hundred thousand time of her own they omega oh oprah mazang the cover i hold me over the rather limited may the cover once again she look slim first this'll be davila one another session sure done that much film work for assess will be more but i mean i know she's a huge star in an eleven her bowl as i mean how many known the now for yet.
"plummer" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"The money in the world which i recommend terrific that's about j paul getty near enjoyed it i that was very very well done and this is the one that kevin spacey was starring in and then when kevin spacey life fell apart they pulled him out of the movie that cut every cd with an out and they had their christopher plummer they had him reshoot in nine days he reshot every seen that incredible spacey where it was in and then they just reedited the whole thing and now they're talking about kristof plup christopher plummer could be for academy award he's performing smith's performance was so convincing it was terrific movie if you you want to see a movie i reckon highly recommend seeing all the money in the world it's about the kidnapping of john paul getty to third who was one of the grand that was the grandson of j j p getty the richest men in the world at one point and uh he was kidnapped by italian activists in the '70s and uh a getty wouldn't pay would pay the ransom imagine this then you 'keiretsu you have for your grandfather's the richest better the world won't pay iran's your big held in some like cave and collaborator and and john paul getty won't pay the ransom because he was like a cheap skinflint and the he eventually got around the paying some of it but only after he like you know negotiated and chiseled them down and i thought he finally wrote a check for the grandson now this is after they cut the grandsons ear off you remember that members pointed story will you are in around that misery for my time will they meant business they knew they had approved this in a that approved the getty and others that they really had the grandson it wasn't a hoax so they slice of the kids beat the kids era off and nailed it to a newspaper and they.
"plummer" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Sean for example i was happy to hear they're going gonna do another season of house of cards is christopher plummer available for that too i hope we can do a southern accent kevin spacey cody oh is that to mean to kevin spacey that seth meyer's part of his opening monologue last night's golden globes tina so i mean he's sort of made it clear throughout had added you feel about that was a little too slick it you know i don't i would not i do not envy being in that position whatsoever i think he's getting old white dude to host the show was maybe a mistake and i think that the tone that he picked was one of almost desperation of like you know what's the best that i can do in this situation what kind of jokes can i i mean i don't even know how many he wrote but like it almost begs the question like do even need a host you know really host they just kind of open at all he just open it up and end halfway through when he reappeared i was like oh yeah him i forgot about hitting showed up at the end of our a good night yet or we never heard from him again but i agree that has this like annoying leg teenage leg the movie dead pool aected pool in the pool where he'll leg say so miller did i say that or maya boy come on to your you've written about comedy an awful lot john lee package how did you feel about the monologue in general will i prefer a comedy that's written an scripted lake this monologue would i think it's uh it was not all that funny uh i think like you know the kevin spacey joklik making fun of his southern accent of all things i mean he's going along with like a peach basket picking the lowest hanging fruit possible that christopher plummer joke is like something my dad would have said in the car and passing i don't know uh seth meyer not a funny but.
"plummer" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum
"First choice for release scott for the role but foods view said the needed a star yes better that's true that's like asca scott was very happy when spacing it was happy but also he's much better suited for the role kim species only what like fifty eight sixty he's not like that yet yeah it's doesn't meet yeah if they so chris uefa christopher plummer and his seems like a great guy i i say chris for plumber to uh it will be fun to see how many of these we get wrong best supporting actress at drama musical or comedy mary j blige mud bound wh i didn't even know that got a theatrical release peng child downsizing really downsizing right allison janney i tania who owe laurie metcalf lady bird octavia spencer the shape of water you're coming dental laurie metcalf an allison janney and metcalfe i say i haven't seen i tiny some surprise consumer gallison johnny from the previous was just over the top good but she really laurie metcalf so slurring amac has died i've agreed stuck choose between those two and i haven't octavia spencer was very good too but i think that had that first of all it's tough with the competition but second chances genre movie like we've said many times nepal's although in the golden globes it gets more respect than the oscars definitely yeah a little less um and i haven't seen mud down it's supposed to be fantastic um so yeah marriage it but i i think it's laurie metcalf she has a bigger po a bigger role in lady bird then els janney did i tanya but there are not their bold excellent obvious i think laurie metcalf who is what they're both always great in everything so how do you see i'm looking forward to seeing downsizing this because al alexander pain is usually a sign of quality you out from what i hear nod in this case but it's too bad yeah it's it's got really really savaged by reviewers but how well i'm i mean i always like alexander payne to but i'm not going to rush out to see this one all right so wait what are we say do we both say laurie metcalf for that one.
"plummer" Discussed on Kermode and Mayo's Film Review
"Getting a a much sharper appreciation for will actually release scott and particularly christopher plummer chiefs the fill was basically finished back in september of last year and kevin spacey had shot the role of of j paul getty under heavy pressure that icts on die oldage makupula it into taken him to to his 80s and then of course the allegations of sexual harassment and sexual assault came out against kevin spacey and ridley scott's under his instigation said oki rather than have this film shelved on have the hard work all of hundreds of collaborators cast members craftspeople effectively go to waste because i think in fact he said in an interview this morning he basically realize the film had become on releasable he was going to in the six weeks before the film's release he was going to recast the rule of gatt eat he was going to re shoot all of getty scenes with the original cast in place of the the other original cast members rather he was dangling to re added those scenes back into the finished film and then this was all went before find for elite december release in the states that obviously early january release in in the uk night i don't think there's any precedent for this in the history of filmmaking have turned around and alter our complete the alternative cuts of the film in such a short time on i should say the rule of gatt eke is not a small one christopher plummer is in this film a lot and it is his uh his is carter's journey orpo arguably lack of journey underpins the entire things with this is not a decision has been taken lightly it's not just dropping in a funny little commie will for an actor friend who and if at release go wanted christopher plummer to play the role in the first place before i think the street who convinced until you go with a bigger name and this will help people in to see the film so it's not just a favour this is a complete you know basically grind level reworking of the film now it's pointless to go into all the money in the world and look for the joins because there aren't any i mean the way this has been achieved that the seamlessness with which has been put reassembled is is incredible to me but it's almost.
"plummer" Discussed on Double Toasted
"I started to assess his the oil well you know since we've established that were in a winning is where does it bill being a procedural was it fail because you have what is against or dozen failed mean awaiting nowhere does it aware it not what you said you're disappointed would it would be in there where does the bail being a procedural that doesn't fail okay 'cause you saying that you seemed like you were disappointed by that so you liked it being a procedure no i did i appreciate that it's a it's a more mature movie than what this shows you right here okay because there there is talk of michelle williams getting possibly aired on a nomination for best actress okay uh but who really steals this is christopher plummer yeah i mean from the moment he comes on every time you you wanna see him all the time and he just has some lines he says and he that people now on its going asean out loudly tandem of focus cold the end of the first act his his main goal is to establish what a getty is kind of what the lineage means when what being a getty means to us what it means back then he was the richest man in the world the time respect ever up into that one at that moment in time and so he goes on these long diatribe about what it is to be getting what it is to have this well and while he's doing that you see a funny side of 'em you see a ruthless item and you see a part of on that like martin said earlier where he loves his grandson and there there is an actual human part of this he's not just played as like a a money mongering super villain you actually feel a lot of ways towards him but at the same time he still doing dickey's thing complexity yes yeah that's what christopher plummer brings to the role where he he he stopped short of be mr birds because there are moments when you see him as a human being even him saying if i pay this off the my other fourteen grandkids will get kidnapped it's like cut him there is a logic behind that knee and but you know more quieter moments he's plan.
"plummer" Discussed on KOMO
"Brought in christopher plummer reshot the scenes it's an absolute filmmaking feet and i talked with christopher plummer here's a man who's seen just about everything hollywood he hasn't seen this i've never heard of a larger truth about mary before of you are low for him as a news are sort of unique and kind of exciting because of this unique marquee mark also in this one mark wahlberg mark is the adviser who tries to help the negotiation of this and he was one of the guys who got called in he he was doing a junket which was hotel room release scott was waiting for his room to tell him that hey we gotta do some reshoot so it took a total team effort to be able to gotta go back and shoot at all at least a quarter of the fell in that amount of time is to be able to make the release date and everything else pretty remarkable from that to what's happening today what's in the theaters all right lotta movies and we've got father figures at the comedy with a win will elson an ed helms they're trying to find who their data is among the likes of terry bradshaw jk simmons it's funny it's just over the top laughs downsizing for matt damon in this is where people shrink themselves to five inches tall so that they can reduce their impact on the world but the real thing to look after their is the supporting actress hong chao who has nominations golden globes critics choice and sag awards and then another one is darkest hour this is where you're here all the talk about best actor for gary oldman playing winston churchill then pitch perfect three i know you brought your daughter allied down to do the interviews in los angeles and you brought l along with you so you're thirteen years old what did you think about this one compared to pitch perfect one.
"plummer" Discussed on Double Toasted
"That's great oil well you know since we've established that were in a wooded is where does it bill being a procedural was it fail because you're what is against or southern failed train await nowhere does it aware is not what you said you're disappointed would it would be in there where does the bail being a procedural who doesn't fail okay 'cause he was saying that you seemed like you were disappointed by this will you liked it being a procedure no i did i appreciate that it's a it's a more mature movie than what this shows you right here okay because there there's talk of michelle williams getting possibly aired on a nomination for best actress okay uh but who really steals this is christopher plummer here yeah i mean from the moment he comes on every time you you want to see him all the time and he does have some lines he says and he that people not on its going i just ten out loudly tandem of focus cold the first act these his main goal is to establish what a getty is kind of what the lineage means when what being a getty means to us what it means back then he was the richest man in the world the time respect ever up into that one at that moment in time and so he goes on these lee a long diatribe about what it is to be getting what is to have this well and while he's doing that you see a funny side of of you see your ruthless item and you see it a part of on that like martin said earlier where he loves his grandson and there there is an actual human part of this he's not just played as like a a money mongering yo super villain you actually feel a lot of ways towards him but at the same time he still doing dickey's thing complexity yes yeah that's what christopher plummer brings to the role where he he he stopped short of be mr burns because there are moments when you see him as a human being even him saying if i pay this off the my other fourteen grandkids will get kidnapped it's like timid there is a logic behind me and but it you know imo quieter moments he's playing.