11 Burst results for "Posven"

"posven" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

07:45 min | 3 months ago

"posven" Discussed on MouseChat.net Disney, Universal, Orlando FL News

"That. I i am shocked. Yeah yeah. I get to watch david but my day watching the whole time. I was watching it. All i thought was sharply to lot of good. He's lucky i love him way. Too many funds in this movie are you referring to sharpie or the rock. Okay all right. That i myself lauren. You have been absent for quite a while. And you've been out and about doing everything and so we're not gonna get into anything while we're to get into a couple of things right now nothing with hawaii and nothing with california but you're going to keep the local orlando and give us a little bit of an update there. What have you been up to. So i did want to do the show tonight just because i got the chance to do are boo bash twice this week last week So i wanted to just touch on the event. I know a lot of people are kind of had made the high about doing The christmas party which is a are higher ticket price than what this was and i thought getting some feedback would help people to potentially decide on that party tickets. Houston's i mean i don't think you can you can buy a boob x. chicken i think they're all sold out but But it might help people decide for the christmas party so we figured it was more specific thing and we should do it tonight so anyway So boo bash. We you can enter the park at seven o'clock The party starts at the one. I did was at nine thirty so the party ran from nine. Thirty to twelve thirty. And if anybody knows me you know that. I'm never one to say something's worth the money ever. This was one hundred percents worth of money. Well in short time in a lot of money a lot of my and three hours and my ticket was when nineteen her the night. That's one that we did it and the other night was one forty eight so because it was friday night But it was a sold out party completely sold out. Everything was walker and they do such a great job ship because the park is open till nine and then the party starts at nine thirty and happily ever after goes off at eight forty five still and they do such a great job so starting at eight early. Stop letting people get on rides unless you have a band so by the time. The party starts at nine thirty. Officially the only people that are waiting in lines have bands So it was perfect literally walked on every single ride every ride and we waited ten minutes for seventy works. Anybody who's been to mickey's not so scary. Halloween party nurse. That never happens then so and we did wait and do that one later in the night. Which was the wisest move. That might have had a little bit of a week earlier. I wouldn't now we do that like midnight but Dance party was fine. We're to blast. Spent like an hour. Dance party So the characters there but they're on stage would be my guess. Now there are no characters okay But they had the music playing and then An aetna dj up doing the different dances and teaching people dances. It was fired. We had a great time. You know me. I love the as far as i can but i thought it was all about the characters it is but i like the dance party. He did alright i did. Yeah i hung in there with the characters Cavalcades they had the broken up. Pieces of bucci you. Oh it's nice. It was really cool and they also had a melissa sent Oh okay so what school. So and the comes through our the times they come through twice at night. The happy halloween cavalcade which is like mickey and friends. The billons one they have jack marin innocent and then they had the cadaver. Dan's barbershop quartet reforms four different times in frontier land. So it was It was that part was really cool. And then they do the free tree. So at the snack carts they have Popcorn and ice cream soda and water nozoe replaced trick or treating or are they still have check retreating. Oh that's cool. Yeah so. I mean it was fantastic and they have specialty treats in stuff like the melissa chiro and like that and all the rides pretty much that are always open for mickey's not so scary. Were the ones that were opened windsor. Normally hos were close not too many of them. People mover closes which i'll never understand And so does our carousel progress on those two but so but it was really good. I mean we did everything. We saw all the cavalcades It was a blast. We were there the whole time. We didn't leave until very the sow anybody who's thinking about it o- opinion is it's worth money now and if you've missed this the christmas party same deal yeah. So now. The christmas harding's more money But i do know. You're getting the full christmas parade. Which i feel like mike war that fireworks. Well what you're getting another one. Yeah no no holiday fireworks. I don't think that the thought they announced the fireworks. But i could be wrong. I thought it was both. they're called. Minis minis magical as magical wish. Yes with the word. Many in something. Christmas related in there is what it's called once they had before posven. Okay got live those But yeah i think anybody who's on defense about after hours For the christmas one it it was. It was great. I recommend it. Nice totally worth your time because if we were at sold out parties both nights and everything was locked on. So yeah so. That's good to know me now. Yeah that's perfect. Well i think. I think if you're a ride junkie too you know. It's it's a great way to do the rides that having weights. I have to tell you lauren. So we went on thursday. But we didn't go to the boo bash when we went to just magic kingdom and my this is my proud disney nerd dead moment. Barracuda's eleven goes daddy. I don't know if it's in this parker where this right is but is my favorite ride of all if zero. I want to write it and it was here assila progress. All you have done wrong. He's like she was so we were careful progress. Those our favorite ride as you're right. It was amazing. I was like really albert. She lost her magic ban there and then she loves her whenever foul it again but there you go.

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"posven" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

Mike Gallagher Podcast

05:00 min | 4 months ago

"posven" Discussed on Mike Gallagher Podcast

"I'm back with you and back with texas attorney general. Ken paxton john paxton. Let's talk about the border. Absolute disaster evening even the biden homeland security chief. The the cabinet secretary the secretary of permanent whole insecurity. My orcas has come out and said the two hundred wall thousand migrants were encountered in july texas. Obviously a huge border state. What are you doing to stem the crisis at the border. Though it's pretty frustrating we're in the six lawsuits over immigration with vita ministration the challenge for us those daytime. We were successful on one early. That was during a very short period of time so we've got lawsuits related to releasing prisoners in our state releasing people with posven indoor state the the stay in go so we've got numerous lawsuits going. It just takes time and the problem is the ministration is moving people in here. The carton in literally working with the cartels here because they know the cartels are behind the whole immigration issue and making money off this by the billions. And we're sitting here watching it happen and we have very little that we can do as you travel the state and you talk to your constituents those who you keep safe as the head law enforcement officer of the beautiful state of texas. What are you hearing people. Are they worried about the disaster at the border of they worried about the delta in the land of variance that are pouring through the border. What are you hearing from. Our citizens people on the border are afraid. They're afraid of people coming across their property damaging their property hurrying them the cartels or violent and so there's a lot of prime associated with what they're doing so people are afraid to that. And of course people are worried about the mortician of drugs because the border patrol are not able to focus as much on that as they used to the more drugs coming not just in texas really all over the country. There's more human trafficking or sex trafficking and of course spread it covert ism is immense as you know the numbers have been taking up biden has been you know. Lecturing us mask vaccine. It will sent time leading thousands of immigrants across the border every month with coda. And what is john. Paxton do democrats care about americans. Is that what it really comes. Down to two democrats just care by getting reelected and somehow getting woke mob to keep putting them empowers pandering by the democrats and look merrill lightfoot in chicago and the way that disrespected. The memory of office of french was brutally murdered in the city of chicago. Chicago police officer was murdered. For whom an honor guard was not allowed to be held by mayor lightfoot. even though she'll out hundreds of thousands allow palooza just a few weeks ago. Do the democrats question. Do the democrats not love. America look you look at what's going on at the border and it's not like this surprise. The same thing happened during obama. He went back to policies away from policies that were working to protect america's to policies that he knew would help the cartels and that would cause cry. That people would die that more people would die. Owed drugs from the cartels. And yes i'd have to say. He has the mother higher purpose than taking care of the american people but he doesn't care about their wealth and their and their safety. Joe biden is clearly not all right so he's not running the shop. They've got the artist. Formerly known as joe biden running around. Let's be honest dumb when he did have all his faculties. So now you've got you know either. It's ron clain or you've got a susan rice. Have you got any positive. Any interaction at all any assistance from the executive branch from this administration because of the disaster of the and my orcas talking about it being a disaster. Is he doing anything reaching out to you. Are you hearing from the administration at all now. This goes back to your last point. They cared they'd be down here talking to say. Hey what what can we do to help. We got a problem. What do we need to do to improve this. Absolutely none of that. We ended up purely in lawsuits with them. They sued as we've sued them. They as far as i can tell this this what they wanted. This is what they expected. So all the things that americans would say it's bad for us. They would say look. This is what we planned and wasn't kamala harris. The vice president is supposed to be the borders all. We've got about thirty seconds. What happened with that. She came and visited. Your state. haven't heard much from har- well anything. As far as i can tell she didn't go and meet with people. She didn't look in the eyes of of the victims of some of these time. She didn't talk to property. Under spurs. I know and we certainly haven't seen any good action from her. Joe you so much ten seconds work can people find. You recommend follow you. Come god bless you thank you so much. Keep fighting keep standing up. That's what we need. This is boris epstein. And we'll be right back. Be sure to get the mike gallagher. Show podcast at mike. Online dot com..

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"posven" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

07:17 min | 5 months ago

"posven" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Heaven is the right person. I also just listened to that if you guys don't listen to you must remember this. It's a great history. Podcasts by karina longworth about hollywood history and there was just like a ten part series polly platt. If you don't know who polly klaas go listen to that raising and She tells a story about very unpleasant dinner with her hoven. So i'm not like super provine right now. I frankly don't get what people like about basic instinct. What kate i i mean as camp as like as kitsch like if you take it like it's it's yeah it's just lies as a female viewer just like such a troubling movie is just such a stereotypical like crazy girlfriend. Movie and and posven does not seem to me to be the type of director that should direct a lesbian movie. Having seen basic instinct is just very clear. Like i like what he's saying about like yes. Sex is a part of life. It's like the most natural thing that we do as animals but sex is different from the way sex is portrayed in movies which has a lot to do with like you know you can get into like the male gaze and like people's opinions about the other gender and those things filter in and create something. That's different from just sex as sex and to me basic instinct was like just a very problematic movie. That's not to say like look. I love the movie Carol which also lesbian movie directed by todd haynes such a great such a great movie about two lesbians. Todd haynes does a wonderful job directing that shell paul verhoeven. Just don't know. I like both both of your saying here and i and i agree on many levels. I think it's important to consider the context of who's making us telling a story and and what's motivating them from a perspective standpoint. I also personally think it's important that we not you know. How do i say this. I don't think we can decide who can and can't tell stories. I think we should be very openly. Like hey you know if so and so if if a white straight white man wants to try and tell a story that has absolutely nothing to do with his experience. Is there a better person to tell that story from that point of view. Absolutely but i don't necessarily feel like as a rule they shouldn't be allowed to in some sense. Just like i you know. I'm comfortable with somebody making a horrible mistake or intentional. Lee saying something truly offensive because then at least you know we can identify them as what they are. They're not hiding so then we know like. Hey that guy's a jerk. But i think with for hoven. He falls into this really weird category. Where his filmmaking. Is it pushes buttons intentionally. There's a satirical element and we're in a weird period of time where we are satires complicated right now by a lot of forces. Think about your starship troopers like getting away from the stuff. Th the recent movie starship troopers is a film that he's absolutely equipped to make in the sense that like it's not his perspective isn't isn't skewed from it right. It's it's it's about it's sifi it's catch it's campy but it's also about propaganda about nazi-ism it's about military it's about an and you can as you watch it there's confusion there's potential for almost dangerous confusion where people won't really get the satire. They won't really see the perspective. They won't see what he's doing and they would buy on different. Buy into it on different levels and i think that's kind of interesting invaluable even if it leads to misunderstanding because it can also lead to interesting debate. 'cause you can walk out of the movie and someone can be like i really loved from a straightforward like they blew stuff perspective and someone else be like dude. You missed the point or that's not what this is about. There's levels to which you can appreciate it now basic instinct. I agree like it's a different story. A different thing. He's portraying women in a certain way that becomes problematic as he is a white man. But if you can if you step set that aside and you see it as like he's he's doing something similar to the idea of the fem towel to the new are to the you know that that genre just like he would have been in starship troopers with war movies and propaganda and just like robocop and police law enforcement. He's always up to something you know so i like that. Even if i don't like what he saying does that make sense. Yeah i mean. I like that. He's a troublemaker. And i and i think why straight white men should be able to make movies about lesbians if they feel like if they do it with sensitivity and they deal with some attempt yes they do the work and the issue i think with her hoven. Is that like basic instinct. Didn't show much interest in doing the work of of moving that into an interesting place at all but then the other thing. That's just disappointing at this time. Is that like you know. I guarantee you like i don't know i. I keep talking about this in relation to zola. Where it's like you know. Clearly other people were ready to step in and tell the story of zola and do it in a better way where they were willing to do the work and like i don't know jim nez good bravo. I met her at a party. Wants but like. I don't know if she was ever a dancer but like she clearly was willing to do the work to understand the context of what that meant. And that is the kind of thing that i can't always you know after basic instinct not Don't always have the same faith. He also did a movie. Ten years ago about a woman who a dutch woman who ended up working as a prostitute for the nazis and then get shamed afterwards and it was like an attempt to be more nuanced complicated. But also i think it was kind of exploitative in places where i don't think it was necessarily appropriate to be i mean i think everybody should have the freedom if they do the work to make the movie i also just like coming off. I mean it just happened. Adjustment of the pipe podcast. Where like you know. They were talking about her directing movie. I'm like if you're a polly platt fan. Everybody wishes she directed a movie probably putnam mazing. I was lucky enough to read her adaptation of my favorite book. All my friends are gonna be strangers once and his great great writer great productions on our great producer. Like a major talent. And you know after dinner. We reached up her shirt and filter up and was like. You'll never direct this movie if you don't sleep with me now. That stories told in her unpublished autobiography. He denies it. I'm gonna choose to believe polly platt. 'cause i just wanna believe polly platt and just be disgusted. It paul verhoeven right now and that you know the those kinds of things are rampant should be exposed and absolutely.

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"posven" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

The No Film School Podcast

07:23 min | 5 months ago

"posven" Discussed on The No Film School Podcast

"Spotify. Okay moving on next story this week. Pulver hoven beloved by abed for the making of robocop and beloved by many other people for many other movies including basic instinct is returning with a new film that deals with a lesbian none and puts sexuality at the forefront and giving interviews talking about the importance of sexuality in cinema. It's interesting to wonder. I mean the issue this brings up for me is yes sexist. Part of life for many of us are sexual people so not yet largely for them although they still have to deal with sexuality around them so like yes it should be part of the language of what we can talk about and communicate about movies without a doubt but then the real question becomes like who is the right person to show the nuance understanding of a story that tells the story accurately and with sensitivity and the and i think that's what verhoeven sort of mrs when he talks about it you know. We think about zola which came recently. Which like famously was originally. Going to be directed by james franco reasons. James franko left the project of the african american sex worker. Dancer going on twitter documented adventure. There's lots of reasons. James franco should be the one telling that story but then he got me to and step away and genetic bravo pitched and got it under pravo great and it was much different movie because of that and i don't think we can argue that it wouldn't have been a different movie which in his bravo telling that story. Then james franco. So i'm not saying you have to have lived the exact experience to make a move like. I don't think you have to have been a lesbian. Non in the middle ages to make a movie about a lesbian none in the middle ages. I think that we can have empathy for other people's experiences. But i also wonder if like for hoving his the right person. I also just listened to that if you don't listen to. You must remember this. It's a great history. Podcasts by karina longworth about history and there was just like a ten part series and polly platt. If you don't know who polly platt go listen to that. That's amazing and She tells a story about a very unpleasant dinner with her hoven. So i'm not like provo hoven right now. I frankly don't get what people like about basic instinct. What kate i mean as camp as like as kitsch like if you take it's like it's it's yeah it's just lies as a female viewer. It's just like such a troubling movie. it's just such a stereotypical lake crazy girlfriend movie And and posven does not seem to me to be the type of director that should direct a lesbian nun. Movie having seen basic instinct is just very clear. Like i like what he's saying about like yes. Sex is a part of life. It's like the most natural saying that we do as animals but sex is different from the waist xs portrayed in movies which has a lot to do with like you know you can get into like the male gaze and like people's opinions about the other gender and those things filter in and create something. That's different from just sex as sex and to me. Basic instinct was just a very problematic movie. That's not to say like look. I love the movie Carol which is also a lesbian movie directed by todd. Haynes such a great such a great movie about two lesbians taught hanes does a wonderful job directing that film. Paul hogan i don't know i just don't know i like both both of your saying here and i and i agree on many levels. I think it's important to consider the context of who's making a telling story and and what's motivating them from the perspective standpoint. I also personally think it's important that we not you know. How do i say this. I don't think we can decide who can and can't tell certain stories. I think we should be very openly. Like hey you know if so and so if a white straight white man wants to try and tell a story that has absolutely nothing to do with his experience. Is there a better person to tell that story from that point view absolutely but i don't necessarily feel like as a rule they shouldn't be allowed to in some sense just like i. You know i'm comfortable with somebody making a horrible mistake or intentional. Lee saying something truly offensive because then at least you know we can identify. Ms what they are. They're not hiding so then we know like. Hey that guy's a jerk. But i think with verhoeven. He falls into this really weird category. Where his filmmaking is it pushes buttons intentionally. there's a satirical element and we're in a weird period of time where we are satires complicated right now by a lot of forces think about your starship troopers like getting away from the stuff the recent movie starship troopers is a film that he's absolutely equipped to make in the sense. That like it's not you know. His perspective isn't isn't skewed from it right. It's it's it's about it's sci-fi it's catch can't be but it's also about propaganda about nazi-ism it's about terry about and and you can as you watch it. There's confusion there's potential for almost dangerous confusion where people won't really get the satire. They won't really see the perspective. They won't see what he's doing and they would buy it on different. Buy into it on different levels. And i think that's kind of interesting invaluable even if it leads to misunderstanding because it can also lead to interesting debate because you can walk out of the movie and someone can be like i really loved it from a straightforward like they blew stuff perspective. And someone else be like. Dude you missed the point or that's not what this is about. there's levels to it. You can appreciate it now basic instinct. I agree like it's a different story. It's a different thing. And he's portraying women in a certain way that becomes problematic as he is a white man but if you can if you step set that aside and you see it as like he's he's doing something similar to the idea of the empha- towel to the new are to the. You know that that john was just like you would have been in starship troopers with war movies and propaganda and just like robocop and police and law enforcement. He's always up to something you know so i like that. Even if i don't like what he's saying does that make sense. Yeah i liked. That he's a troublemaker. But like and i y straight white men should be able to make movies about lesbians if they feel like if they do it with sensitivity and they deal with some attempt yes they do the work and the issue i think we for hoven. Is that like basic instinct. Didn't show much interest in doing the work of of moving that into an interesting place at all but and then the other thing. That's just disappointing at this time. Is that like.

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"posven" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

Stuff Mom Never Told You

02:08 min | 6 months ago

"posven" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You

"Y'all run atlanta performing at the earl. I ran over. Because i was at shows like chanel. You're amazing can you come on our show as she was so kind and so amazing and she came and did our show again free. Kobe feels like ten thousand years ago. And i know it's not but it feels like it in my head. Chanel elite is so punish. She's one of the writers that abortion accent one of our performers. And in fact she was just. I just saw her. I don't know if you've been watching pause with sam j rather on. Hbo and she was just on that and that was really exciting show. It's applying for that show. I think it's great great and wasn't joel on that as well as i remember the first time yes yes so famous. I just can't handle it. I'm like how do i meet. And i will say my whole beginning of starting to podcasts or being on the pockets. It's like i'm trying to make all new friends. So i feel like it's working working. I think doing great you know way. I don't know if you guys read. There was a new york times article. Recently that talked about how to purge the people out of your life during cove it. It wasn't helpful. Like do a reassessment of people who bring value and like who was really helpful. What did you learn. It was like get rid of losers in like it literally said. Get rid of fat people. It was so this was so rose and so cruel scientology or something whereas like only like move up the ladder on their own. They're week get rid of them. The article was set a mess. Twitter dragged it which was great but it just fans like i understand like i think we've all kind of like been through this year of posven and realized like what am i now. What what am i. What am i gonna be. How am i going to be. I'm somebody who is a really realize. I'm an introvert extrovert. And that really came to be now. That i'm trying to tap my toe back out into the world you know it's like i want my dog outside and people are like. Oh that's a cute dog. I'm like i didn't sign up for this. Sign up to have a conversation with.

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"posven" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

PodcastDetroit.com

06:10 min | 9 months ago

"posven" Discussed on PodcastDetroit.com

"It's crazy. it's not really happening. You guys okay. i'll try on. I think i know what she's gonna ask. So when you make iraqis this question when you make an appointment and you make your initial contact. What would what should i expect. Let's say i'm coming. What apply expecting my first visit with you. Yeah you're what what we're gonna do is. We're going to sit down. And i'm going to go through a lot of the things we've already talked about. I'm going to address misconceptions. I want people to feel comfortable I'm going to ask them questions like. Have you ever done meditation before. Have you ever done yoga things that our mind body related because those are very helpful and i usually find that offensive eater meditated or done yoga or any type of martial arts is another great example where there's a mind body connection. People have done that before. I find that there are a lot a. They're they're much more open to the process. And then we will go through and just start doing relaxation techniques and just starting to get them into that relaxed state. The big thing is whenever somebody comes to talk to some whether it's therapy or hypnosis you know. They don't know me yet they're coming. See me for the first time in their probably already anxious about you know because it's a big step to call and actually make an appointment come see someone in who knows they might think. I'm an asshole knows the idol. I don't know that right off the bat. They might just be. They might think that so. We have to get that report built right up front to make sure they feel safe. Because that's really the big things if you don't feel safe it's it's you're not going to be able to relax so illness something where like we talked about smoking. It's one dollar or substance and then they find something like that. It's writing every week you get. Somebody wants to build confidence delivering up. Where every single weekday unsee whereas a basic like more like sections may receive four times. And then you're going to be that all depends on the person it and what. They need what they're looking for again. A lot of times sessions are one and done a lot of times. It's it's might be up for example. I have a client. That i've worked with gosh two years ago i saw the first time semaine zaidi dry especially on the freeway and we had one session and i didn't hear from him for almost a year. Any callback set. It's been fantastic rate but all of a sudden just last week i started feeling like things -iety yet so he came back in. I what we call a refresher or or or revisit. Just to kind of get back on traff. Yeah a lot of times. Things are permanent. Need they never apps combat. Sometimes it just depends on what's going on if they're in typically when their anxiety related things is probably something stressful has come up or they're dealing with something that's kind of thrown them off in their in their routine now. Is there a habit that more difficult to change to transform. The person is that a certain personal and i think really one of the hardest things. Because that's such an addictive thing in yours yours. The other thing that i always want to make sure people know when they come into you know after three or four days the physical addiction is dot your nicotine. Withdraw is. there's no more than a week in the physical addiction has gone anything after that. It's the mental addiction. Oh okay millions in the or to keep but david housing find you. They can find me on my website. Motorcity hypnotist dot com. They can also find me at motorcity hypnotist on facebook and Youtube motorcity hypno- on instagram and missing one somewhere. Oh twitter twitter and instagram as motor city. Now and the podcast motor city. This podcast. thank you so much as the oversaw in lightning in my happy. New york lead at le. Let me throw this out there. When we get back in person someday some fun and studio i would like that. It isn't just. Let's say they have a big performance because you're also an entertainer nearly yes when posven dependent if somebody's interested in a show now typically the best way to contact me through the website for shows and my phone numbers there can get through. Get through me that way again. It shows there might be a little bit different for the time being but hopefully once. We're past this. Kobe thing will be back to doing big shows. Great awesome thank. You thank you so much. Joining us led all right here. We go whatever makes you feel the sun from the inside out chase that i i ate there. We go there always good. Jana thank every joining us today. We think so much your podcast. Seeing you in person play show that would be when you get all of us. We could have some fun one. I am so ready and remember. Sometimes the only mode of transportation available is a leap of faith based or taken league ever rates weeks every. Stay fake see ladies..

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"posven" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

04:38 min | 1 year ago

"posven" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"posven" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"posven" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

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"posven" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

RAGE Works Network-All Shows

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"posven" Discussed on RAGE Works Network-All Shows

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"posven" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"posven" Discussed on Miss Information: A Trivia Podcast

"A scooter playing with blocks and tagging along on pink Alicia in ventures. So it's a TV show like could be TV why? But it's rated TV. Jeez. So, you know, everybody anybody can watch it the other TV G show. I wanted to point out is on Disney. And this one comes up trivial lot actually too is finance and Fergal. Yeah. Days vacation. I guess. Taken back immediately two thousand four. The shows went on since two thousand seven. It's an animated musical comedy television series. That follows the knees Flynn and his stepbrother furled Fletcher on summer vacation so often these adventures involve elaborate life-size is sensibly dangerous construction objects which annoyed they're controlling sister. Candace who frequently tries to reveal their Shinhan against to their parents. I was serious fall a standard pot system. Running gags occur every episode and the b plot almost always features finished and firms pet platypus Perry the platypus working as a spy named agent p or the OWCP a the organization without a cool acronym. Like, I l I read this. I was like that's such a good joke. So he is always trying to defeat the latest scheme of Dr Heinz doofus Schmertz a mad. Scientist driven largely by need to his evilness though. He is not especially evil and has a good heart in some situations. So the two plots intersected the end to race all traces of the boys project just before Candace can show it to their mother. This usually makes Candice very mad Furby rarely speaks more than once in an episode. So if you're getting like dialogue is probably from finesse in that situation. Okay. The creators, Dan Posven Meyer. Jeff swampy Marsh had previously worked together on the Simpsons and Nickelodeon Rocco's modern life finished. And I was conceived after admire sketched triangular boy the prototype for finance in restaurant. Posven Meyer Marsh developed the series concept together and pitch it networks for sixteen years before securing my. Wow. But it's been on for like eleven years now, it's very popular. Vinny S and firm, I have heard of that people like it. All right, okay. Tumor things though and tell you please TV PG shows. Okay. He's need parents. But so they're not especially for kids their cartoons. They look like they might be for kids, but they are not children. Especially for children. So Steven universe Cartoon Network. So this aired from twenty thirteen in twenty nineteen is its final season. So it's the coming of age story of young boy named Steven universe. Who lives with the crystal gems, magical humanoid aliens named garnet amethyst and Pearl in the fictional town of beach city, Stephen is half gem his mother is rose quartz, but she gave up her physical form to allow even to be born. So he has adventures with his friends and helps the gems protect the world from their.

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"posven" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

13:51 min | 3 years ago

"posven" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Was drummed out of the league. Not because he was a social Justice warrior defaming police officers. He was drummed out of. Because you couldn't play football. It was a third team quarterback. Third string quarterback on the forty Niners. Who were the worst team in football three years ago? They won two games lost fourteen. And the guy was terrible. Couldn't throw the ball. So because you couldn't play football anymore. He wanted to be something the forty Niners released them. How bad you have to be to be a progressive warrior and San Francisco and get released by the forty Niners. You gotta be real bad. So he didn't wanna play football. It doesn't work out and thrown the football in three years. So somehow, this is like a thing that if you're a progressive liberal, you must support Colin Kaepernick when the guy doesn't wanna play football hasn't played football. And when he played football he couldn't play football. But now, I guess Adam LeVine or big boy Travis Scott on the halftime show were supposed to kneel and show solidarity with the show social Justice warrior, calling Kabir Nick to make sure he comes back to the league because he's suing the league. Millions of dollars and probably the legal Pam probably pay them off at some point. Mark era goes will make another big big fee, which is fine with me. I love it when lawyers get paid. But at least big boy and Travis Scott and Adam LeVine. I did not make it political. I didn't see anything. I thought it was very bad songs. I think they look terrible the lyrics on cipher. But nonetheless, at least I didn't find myself in the middle of a black lives matter protests at the halftime of a football game. I don't wanna unwillingly be part of some political activity. I wanna watch football, man. Shut up. And sing is what Laura Ingraham says that I grew one hundred percent. I don't want to go to a concert and suddenly a political rally breaks out. You know? So I didn't wanna watch halftime. I'd like to have seen Garth Brooks or Tim McGraw or trace Adkins someone like that. I love those guys. I'd rather have had them play. But nonetheless, they wanted to be cool and calm so big boy Travis Scott who use foul language regularly Maroons five Adam LeVine turned sugar around act like goof balls for twelve or fourteen minutes and believes they weren't political. Let's continue now with thousands on owed millions and millions are listening. Let's go to Mary Lou in the great state of Florida, Mary Lou, welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Mary Lou, go ahead. Thank you for that. Fine. Welcome. I just wanted to say I've been a student of history for fifteen years. Good. And it seems to me that the Jewish people. Their motto is never forget what happened to them. And yet the black people seem to want to a race everything that happened to them. In fact, they're joining their joining us. Uninhabitable. I don't get it. Now, we're helping you could've light me. Well, it's almost like the Stockholm syndrome. That is you take on the attributes of your captor when the media goes crazy on Ralph Northam who in nineteen Eighty-four, wore Ku Klux Klan outfit one at the same time. The Democrats in the Senate elected a later, they're code Klux Klan to be their leader. And it's like now, wait a minute. There's a disconnect there, but the media immediately chosen sides, and they will not report accurately, why blacks continue to support the Democratic Party that enslave them Lynch them rape their women. Jim crow laws and all the rest ku-klux-klan. And now the last fifty years look with the policies have done in the major cities. And yet they continue support that party ninety percent. I have a conservative African Americans on regularly and they shake their heads in disbelief. They can't believe it. I'm with them. They're leading them a race all their history. Well, it's unbelievable. We'll Mary Lou in Florida who put up the confederate confederate monuments that would be Democrats. What are the monuments to that? That would be Democrats. They've been maintained for fifty to one hundred years by Democrats. And now all of a sudden, it's the Republicans fault, and I'm thinking, oh, wait a minute. You Democrats declared war against my country. You Democrats killed six to eight hundred thousand union confederate, soldiers and civilians, you Democrats enslaved African Americans brought him here on the belly of ships. You Democrats enacted Ku Klux Klan, you Democrats did Jim crow and suddenly if Ralph Northam where's a supposedly. Where's the Klan outfit that he denies? That's the worst thing in the world. But at the same time the Democrats in the Senate picked a member of the clan to be their leader. Now, isn't that a disconnect? Well, I it's still ironic and unfathomable to I don't get it. The party the blacks party African Americans should never be in is the Democratic Party. Now, be covering creepy. Republicans be nonpolitical whatever libertarians constitutional law, whatever you want to be. But the party that enslaved your ancestors should not be your political party. But it happens all the time. And I look at this. And I say how's this possible? How can people like Andrew Young and John Lewis what one the Democrats had the fire hoses and the Democrats had the dogs and John Lewis began a democrat. Why is that? Yeah. It's it's it's an incredible. And I will add one other thing the halftime show. I would just like to say that those performers were no Rolling Stones. Well, I'd like to have seen anybody. But what I saw. I don't know how a family can look at Adam LeVine or big boy Travis Scott and say boy, that's good. How's that entertaining? I may miss something. I'm not sure what it is. I may miss something. Let's go to Joe in Connecticut. Joe in Connecticut. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. Joe go ahead. Bill. You're absolutely right earlier tonight when you said the Posven ten of the Democrats right now is to make a point of that governor in Virginia. Because they're looking at twenty twenty and if this were twenty twenty one February two years from now, not one democrat would be calling for him to care because I want to know as we sit here Sunday night. He says that's not me it appears from things I've read that he's six foot three and those persons are six foot and five foot ten it wasn't him. But that doesn't make any difference. What did he do moonwalk? Tell me tell me assuming that's not Ralph Northam. Assuming that's not him. And I guess it's provable. True that it isn't him. Why should he resign it because it's about Trump shared Brown? Who's a cloud from Ohio said Trump has created the racially divisive atmosphere. No, Barack Hussein Obama is the one who was about to lose the election in two thousand twelve so added gin up his base by creating false, racial narratives by welcoming into the White House. Black lives matter protesters who chanted encourage the murder of police officers in Dallas and Baton Rouge. And so is the one who divided us by race to make sure he got fifty one percent of the vote and Trump Trump, you know, his comment in Charlottesville is explicable. I explained it earlier that he said there's good people on both sides referring to those who wanted them on you might those who didn't want the monuments. He did not say the white supremacist is good people on both sides. He never said that. But now it's going into the folklore that he said that. So the truth doesn't matter must like Ralph Northam said, wait a minute. That's not me. But the Democrats don't. Care. They wanna use Ralph Northam to attack Donald Trump. Well, the President Trump is only tweet or comment on the whole situation. I thought it was outstanding that you'll Espy's team before the direction should have come up with this picture and he would have beaten north room by twenty points. It's supposed to be helping them. But why would blacks in Virginia? That was the head of the confederacy Richmond. The capital and were without tons with thousands of slaves were imported by Democrats. Why would blacks in Virginia be loyal members of the democrat party, the party, the Klan lynching, and slavery and Jim crow? Why would they be why would they be Democrats? Well, the whole thing with the African American you have the leaders that are in the house of representatives and the Senate living upper upper middle class getting rich off of their positions in preaching to the people. They represent that. They gotta make trouble and complain and call racist. And all they're doing is getting rich and fat because they're a handful of African Americans that are in politics just preaching garbage to their constituents and keeping them in the ghettos now, it's over a hundred years they've been representing them. I mean, look at Maxine Waters go she's got a house seven million dollar house. And what did she make a year about one hundred ninety nine thousand a year? How do you do that makes hundred seventy two thousand and she has a house according to Jesse Lee Peterson that's four point two million dollars. She has all of her kids on her payroll. She fleeces American businesses to make us contribution stir campaign. She hires her family members to be consultants in the campaign and. She she's done nothing for south central LA zero. I'm reading the story L A times today, Los Angeles, it's dealing with the deadly flea borne typhus outbreak. The first line is the city of Los Angeles is suffering. From outbreak of of middle ages in pioneer days diseases like typhus, typically found in homeless populations that are more than fifty percent of illegal aliens. And so there's numerous. Every American should what you're saying about these diseases cause in Connecticut. The first few cases of measles outbreak last week, and a sanctuary city into haven and all across the country out in Oregon dozens and dozens of new measles cases. It's because all these people it's children coming across the border illegally. They're not vaccinated and all the American children that aren't vaccinated catching you can catch measles. If you're in a room two hours after someone's been in their coughing, and we're going to have a major epidemic in America of measles. It's all ready started. It's it's horrific. What is in the media cover this show? I don't know why the meeting. Well, it's because they just want to keep power. It's all about keeping power for thousands of Americans dies, a measles, that's collateral damage. And the thing about it. I wanted to talk about quickly President Trump's address Tuesday night, right? The caravan astuter arrived Tuesday the same day as address and INTERPOL. I don't know if you're aware of this this evening in coal. Intercepted with the Mexican government people within that tear vendor. One by INTERPOL. Heavy duty people heavy duty criminals, I came across the seasoning. By the way, that's not covered by the mainstream media because it doesn't fit. They don't cover that story. How many children in Central America are prepared to become grade school children in America, what the proper inoculations I would say none zero. The reason we go through all these inoculations and vaccinations with legal Everett emigrants is to make sure they don't bring into our country mumps and HIV and polio and hepatitis malaria, tuberculosis and typhus because they're communicable fatal contagious diseases. But none of these other millions of illegal immigrants ever checked that go into the major cities. That's why there's outbreaks. But that's not that this story. The LA times today Joe did not mention one time illegal aliens causing the typhus epidemic because it because they don't do that in Los Angeles. It's a sanctuary city and a sanctuary state. And so who who's checking these millions of illegals for these communicable diseases. The answer is nobody now. How's that possible? The whole the whole right there Bill, and you've harped on this over and over again, the democrat party is no longer for the American people. They're all about getting all these people in the country illegally because it will cement their power structure for decades to come and America, as we know it will be over President Trump. It was divine intervention. From the idea to run for president. And he's trying to stop it Bill. This is our last chance. This is our last chance President Trump can do to stop it. You know, when Texas and Florida are that close to flipping you flip one of those states or God forbid, both those states. There's no way a Republican will be elected the rest of the century, six of the last seven presidential elections popular votes, been run by one by the Democrats six of the last seven, Texas and Florida or close to flip one or both it's over and then they'll have a perpetual power base of illegal aliens through driver's licenses getting registered to vote and we're done. And and if he doesn't win this thing in the next ten days, which is unlikely because the Democrats will not give him a victory. There's no way you're going to have Pelosi and Schumer standing behind Donald J Trump and the rose garden signing a fix to the immigration pro-. It'll never ever ever happen. Let's continue. Align becomes available. Eight six six six four seven seven three three seven. Bill cunningham. The great American live with you every Sunday night. What happened you used to go hours without visiting the bathroom? Now, it seems like you're constantly getting up to pee and you're even getting up at night to go..

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