23 Burst results for "Qualley"

"qualley" Discussed on Ringer Dish

Ringer Dish

04:04 min | 5 months ago

"qualley" Discussed on Ringer Dish

"Who i mean. There can only be so much music in the world. You know like you know. I think it's fine to be inspired by other people in other songs and like sort of create your own tributes to those kinds of things that i've literally give them credit. I don't know. I mean. I guess it's good for artists to be crediting other artists when need be and it's something that obviously i don't know very much about but i don't know i. It seems like overkill to be honest with you. Yeah we'll call my mom after this. See what she thinks findings. Okay last question. Should we do it do this. Okay you guys. I don't know if you've thought about recently but do we need christy carlson romano to make a comeback. Maybe you might remember her as the older sister. Reading even steven. She's kim possible. She's also connect kelly perhaps for most role but yeah disney channel kind of older sister vibe for the heyday that we all watched it anyway. She's making the new she has. She has a youtube account has instagram. She's like trying to make it work. She's a business woman but she's making the rounds this week because she's talking about child buff and she uploaded a video titled why. I don't talk to shiloh. Above which is like click beatty but and like exciting is actual bonafide like maybe ayla star so of course you know things are going to outlets are going to be curious about what she's saying shortly she kinda just talks about their beef and how quote salty she was his success. She said we always had a little bit of animosity. I always wanted him to really appreciate what i gave to him. Which i'm like. What did you did you do to on what on saba cast get. Maybe the dynamic that she saw him out there like little sister older sister little brother dynamic not but he was clearly the star on that show. I'm sorry and she goes on to talk about that right like i guess he wants them award. He was on the podium and issue sitting there at the whole team and he thanked everybody at the table but not her some beef for her back. I don't really know yes. She says she feels jilted by the situation. He's making this big old splash. Hollywood and here. I am anyways talks about. She went to college. She chose this path. But yeah i mean i think she has been working this whole time. I checked her page. But do you guys think we need christy. Carlson romano to come back. Could she like the mom. Now of the even stevens remake. You know how they do that with that. So raven and stuff. Sure why not. I mean you know shala fucking socks in his career should be over so like that's fine. You can just be done. We can swap her in margaret. Qualley day her instead all will be well. I mean right okay. Sure you know we discover things. I don't know i have no real interest in her as an actress but like i have less interest in chhaya so we're going to pick what sure. Yeah amelia does. She elicit a strong reaction out of you or you like i always kind of thought she reminded me of like the tb version. This is i don't mean does sound rude. When i say this the tv version like a less polished version of anne hathaway kind of and i'm gonna anne hathaway's fulfilling 'cause she's like disney you know they're both beautiful brunettes and it was like you know and i think it's the better actress and i'm fine with her doing her thing and krissy carlson like i don't feel too bad because i'm sure you're getting residuals and you again. You chose have kids. Yeah exactly so happy for you but like don't complain right. Also gonna talk about china buff. Of course people are going to watch that and take that and thank you So the answer is perhaps not surrounded up there guys so much listening and getting through that cringe mode with us and kaya are pretty serious. I'm and meyer..

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"qualley" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

04:17 min | 5 months ago

"qualley" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"I could not tell any mcdowell and charlotte york apart like to me. They were the same person. Hey okay fine. Sandra bullock and julia roberts like to me they were the same woman for the entire time. I was like on this earth. I feel that But also she's probably less actress. I just want to say she is. I want to look up her she. She embraced gray on the ken. Red carpet i did see she trailblazer. I did see that. i just want to look up. What movie she's been an now michelle. Yeah because i feel like there are some really good ones for me. She's the most famous from beauty shop with queen latifah. The best movie of all time. She was in footloose the remake. Oh and then saw the related. Keller and julian hof not like he wasn't they weren't a couple but you know he was the friend of the lead. Who learns how to dance but the remake of footloose is so good and underrated. They just wanna say no. I actually think. I have a list of movies. I need to watch. Because i was actually asking them last night. He also has never seen field of dreams which is weird because ben like love sports right so that's listed movies to watch as are both annie's and now what movie three annie's know all too. There's three no victor garber and the one before an og. We quickly What was movie we were. Just talking about the mcdowell. Footloose that's also. That's going to be on my list. Okay cool we need to bring back to host movie of the week i know. Okay i will get off andy mcdowell standpoint. Yeah okay so anyways. Margaret qualley jack. Antonoff back to the two of them. I ship completely do you. Yes this to me is like another couple that just makes so much sense. I would have never. I don't like i would have never thought to put them together but there are just so they seem so i mean i hooked him patio. Radcow hope that she's a taylor. Swift family feels. It's a huge part of being jack. Antonoff girlfriend yeah honestly. Like i don't know if i like feel bad for jack antonoff. Hate him 'cause i remember. When he was dating lena dunham which was like so crazy that she wrote that article..

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King George Preview: Racing Tips

Racing Post

02:32 min | 6 months ago

King George Preview: Racing Tips

"Is three thirty five askar on saturday. It's the king george. The six and queen elizabeth stakes over a mile and a half only six runners. If i told you that the forty two one outside and one group one last time you will realize it is a good rice. And here's the betting. The brilliant love heads the betting at thirteen to unreasoning out. Best prices as per racing post dot com and a quick plug. If you click on the best book price button it immediately brings up the latest odds and each way terms from seven of the leading. Mike is a great way to get the best value. Nice and easily. Love is thirteen right. The darby -oday our is five to two lone eagle six to one eight to one wonderful tonight. Nine mishrif and forty. Two one broom silent water. Rice is a rice to watch an enjoy or is it a race to get stuck into from betting spectacle. Start with keith melrose. Yeah think he's more of a risk to enjoy Likud this reysen. You've alluded to let elba oven there. That broom as forty to one. He wanted to grown predeceased clue. Last night i was less than three weeks will not a level. We're looking at here and can you. Can you realistically back horses. Short love than an i. i'd really. I'm a big final of i. Think if you ever beats new foe. She'll be are unbear- handsomely. I think she is a really really good horse. And i assume brooms a pricey as he's sort of presumed on pacemaker. Jd potentially because i think he made all it saw include so we've got the tactical element the only thing. I'm certain industries that every time i look opinion changes slightly. The only one that stays the same. I think a diaz to short. I don't think he was white. The best source on the day darby by suspect key lane would be fifty matt. Husky lost two front shoes that day. Adam kirby saved every autograph on nubian individuals Italian i don't think anything really got the chance to show why it could do. Even though he doesn't he's five to two legal sex to one if they were both see for one it'd be taken roughly the same amount of the market and i think it'd be closer to fee are not regard the deserves to be shorter and on him by just i think five to two is too short and our resolve this qualley will go as far as liam adult. I might just ball it and by club instead because massive fun but it's a really competitive and tough race as going to be mostly by watching for me.

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"qualley" Discussed on Túnel de vento

Túnel de vento

04:12 min | 11 months ago

"qualley" Discussed on Túnel de vento

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World isn't meeting biodiversity goals, UN report finds

UN News

07:08 min | 1 year ago

World isn't meeting biodiversity goals, UN report finds

"The number of plants and animals on the planet that are at risk today would be far higher without globally agreed safeguards in action to protect him but it still far from good enough UN by diversity exports sat on Tuesday in call for far greater commitment from only Chicago to safeguard human wellbeing in the planet's the body that oversees these work. The Convention on biodiversity urged those gathering for UN summit at the end of the. Month to broaden their ambition from the convention. Here's Executive Secretary Elizabeth Marina Deputy Executive Secretary David Cooper talking to UN uses Daniel Johnson just if you wouldn't mind Elizabeth Merima give me the classification of diversity and in particular why is it important in simple words by devastate is everything around us and when I say everything around us, it means everything we do as human activities affected by busy. Each could be what we do on the land what we're doing. What we do in the forest, what we do on species, animals, plants, I mean, what we do is we produce our food as we consume all by diversities. So our human actions in the nature of virus around us and what we're finding is that if fact but diversity is in massive trouble and your report from the conventional biological diversity, the UN Conventional Biological Diversity tells us that only six out of the world's twenty goals on biodiversity have. been achieved only partially achieved by the deadline, which is actually this year. So to be honest I wasn't aware that the governments of the world had agreed in Japan twenty ten to a series of biodiversity targets and you're saying that only six of twenty goals of being partially achieved by the two thousand twenty deadline. So what is the concern? Which of these? Obviously a very bad report card where have we gone wrong and please don't say everywhere. No because they some progress. But indeed unfortunately by diversity's declining it unprecedented level rate and precious deriving they decline unfortunately. So increasing just as underlying. So indeed this scorecard, his only identify six of the twenties so not even half in the seats. In the areas of deforestation, where at least deforestation is gone down by Fed or two percent fisheries. Management fisheries catches also improved clearly indicating where appropriate policies on fisheries management have been put in place. Then the fishery cage hazing and abundance is increased and improved education of alien species. Particularly from the islands Z. Qualley improved protected areas has increased from ten percent to fifteen percent in terrestrial in three to seven percents on marine areas we also learned my says extinction fishes extension at really threatened in the history of mankind still where conservation measures they've been put in place every improved and reduce extinction of species without which. We and be waste than what we are talking today I think joining us now we are very fortunate have Mr David Cooper. Deputy Executive Secretary of the UN. Conventional. Biological, diversity. Welcome to you Mr Cooper. Thank you very much. Daniel. Thank you ever so much for joining us. We were just talking there with Elizabeth, my executive secretary on the really mixed report card. I. Think that's the charitable worth putting it off. The biodiversity targets that was back in two, thousand ten. So a decade on. We've got six of twenty goals partially achieved although Elizabeth was saying that the has been some good work on eliminating foreign species from islands and in the fisheries to and other national programs that perhaps you could tell me a bit more about to give us maybe a little bit of positive news. What is a pretty Hesse mystic outlook for humankind and also forbade diversity moving forward? Yes. Thank you very much indeed even in those targets that haven't been pasta passages talks that haven't been achieved. Is. Some signs the progress as as in his methods as as mentioned in which Houston deforestation rates in fooding fisheries management in dealing with invasive alien species and in reducing. Rate. So numbers of bird mammal extinctions that occurred over the past ten years or indeed over the life of the Convention would bean at least to perhaps up to four times higher without the actions of being taken. So one clear message despite the disappointing results one clear message is policies do work if they are put in place and implemented, and so we need to learn from that we. Need to be encouraged by that, we need to step up those policies more widely in order to reduce the greater biodiversity loss. The report also shows that if he wants to actually not only we do survey to biodiversity loss that Ben that curve and put me on a path to recovery than more fundamental actions also needed looking at the way we produce and consume food in particular that. Sustainable production and consumption captains more broadly as well. I'm just going to dive in that because the report is pretty alarming and I'm very glad to hear about some of these national projects that have been successful in. Boosting bio-diversity, but the report says that the rate of biodiversity loss is unprecedented in human history I guess we did know that really and precious intensifying and living as a whole being compromised, and of course, we can't have this discussion without talking about covert and how the degradation of our natural environment has I suppose, but closer into contact with viruses in the natural world, is that the kind of thing that's really going to galvanize support for greater support for native greater protection for nature if we don't do so we're going to be huge trouble ourselves forms. Suddenly I I. Hope. So there's Very clear evidence as you say that the degradation of of ecosystems encroachment into international areas, unregulated wildlife trade, these things. Increase the risk of emergence of future. Disease increase the risk of future pandemics, and conversely, if we can invest in conservation an investigation regulating control wildlife trade, we will reduce those risks. So these are suddenly Lead important reasons on top of wanting to prevent six-man south extinction. These really positive reasons also for investing in IDA versity.

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Mixed report card forprotecting natural biodiversity can be turned round, say experts

UN News

05:40 min | 1 year ago

Mixed report card forprotecting natural biodiversity can be turned round, say experts

"The number of plants and animals on the planet that are at risk today would be far higher without globally agreed safeguards in action to protect him but it still far from good enough UN by diversity exports sat on Tuesday in call for far greater commitment from only Chicago to safeguard human wellbeing in the planet's the body that oversees these work. The Convention on biodiversity urged those gathering for UN summit at the end of the. Month to broaden their ambition from the convention. Here's Executive Secretary Elizabeth Marina Deputy Executive Secretary David Cooper talking to UN uses Daniel Johnson just if you wouldn't mind Elizabeth Merima give me the classification of diversity and in particular why is it important in simple words by devastate is everything around us and when I say everything around us, it means everything we do as human activities affected by busy. Each could be what we do on the land what we're doing. What we do in the forest, what we do on species, animals, plants, I mean, what we do is we produce our food as we consume all by diversities. So our human actions in the nature of virus around us and what we're finding is that if fact but diversity is in massive trouble and your report from the conventional biological diversity, the UN Conventional Biological Diversity tells us that only six out of the world's twenty goals on biodiversity have. been achieved only partially achieved by the deadline, which is actually this year. So to be honest I wasn't aware that the governments of the world had agreed in Japan twenty ten to a series of biodiversity targets and you're saying that only six of twenty goals of being partially achieved by the two thousand twenty deadline. So what is the concern? Which of these? Obviously a very bad report card where have we gone wrong and please don't say everywhere. No because they some progress. But indeed unfortunately by diversity's declining it unprecedented level rate and precious deriving they decline unfortunately. So increasing just as underlying. So indeed this scorecard, his only identify six of the twenties so not even half in the seats. In the areas of deforestation, where at least deforestation is gone down by Fed or two percent fisheries. Management fisheries catches also improved clearly indicating where appropriate policies on fisheries management have been put in place. Then the fishery cage hazing and abundance is increased and improved education of alien species. Particularly from the islands Z. Qualley improved protected areas has increased from ten percent to fifteen percent in terrestrial in three to seven percents on marine areas we also learned my says extinction fishes extension at really threatened in the history of mankind still where conservation measures they've been put in place every improved and reduce extinction of species without which. We and be waste than what we are talking today I think joining us now we are very fortunate have Mr David Cooper. Deputy Executive Secretary of the UN. Conventional. Biological, diversity. Welcome to you Mr Cooper. Thank you very much. Daniel. Thank you ever so much for joining us. We were just talking there with Elizabeth, my executive secretary on the really mixed report card. I. Think that's the charitable worth putting it off. The biodiversity targets that was back in two, thousand ten. So a decade on. We've got six of twenty goals partially achieved although Elizabeth was saying that the has been some good work on eliminating foreign species from islands and in the fisheries to and other national programs that perhaps you could tell me a bit more about to give us maybe a little bit of positive news. What is a pretty Hesse mystic outlook for humankind and also forbade diversity moving forward? Yes. Thank you very much indeed even in those targets that haven't been pasta passages talks that haven't been achieved. Is. Some signs the progress as as in his methods as as mentioned in which Houston deforestation rates in fooding fisheries management in dealing with invasive alien species and in reducing. Rate. So numbers of bird mammal extinctions that occurred over the past ten years or indeed over the life of the Convention would bean at least to perhaps up to four times higher without the actions of being taken. So one clear message despite the disappointing results one clear message is policies do work if they are put in place and implemented, and so we need to learn from that we. Need to be encouraged by that, we need to step up those policies more widely in order to reduce the greater biodiversity loss. The report also shows that if he wants to actually not only we do survey to biodiversity loss that Ben that curve and put me on a path to recovery than more fundamental actions also needed looking at the way we produce and consume food in particular that. Sustainable production and consumption captains more broadly as well.

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"qualley" Discussed on The Tech Humanist Show

The Tech Humanist Show

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"qualley" Discussed on The Tech Humanist Show

"You know if you aren't careful and so by the time I was leaving the of course I was I had been on the Internet since probably I don't know eighty nine and I was seeing all the changes that were happening inside the industry and when I went back to school, which is where I really felt like I belonged in kind of the place I've always felt that home. I just saw what a disconnect there is between how people are making in corporate America and how products services come to market, and how academia is sometimes lacking woefully behind in in an assessment, and so that's kind of it was just like I dunno two worlds kind of colliding and I felt like an academia the have the space to interrogate and maybe make a difference about some of the things I was seeing in a way that I felt I, couldn't do when I was in my corporate job. Interesting. Because you are able to bring. Such a truth telling. Clarity to the work that you're doing where you can cut through and say, this is not just a search engine this is not disallow. It is an advertising platform and that's fundamentally what's what's happening on the underlying the complications of the matter and that seems like that's part of what makes your worse. So potent that you have that active. Yeah. Well, you know there were so many people who influenced me when I'm in graduate school that I was reading mean I read this book you know as the Google Association of everything really had a huge impact on me because I felt like he was writing what was happening what I was witnessing and of course his you know his new book, Antisocial Media You know I. Felt like there were people who were writing I mean frank, pesce qualley..

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"qualley" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

Full Cast And Crew

36:49 min | 2 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on Full Cast And Crew

"Like that of all people Katrina among the actors we spy there Brad Pitt Yard caprio Margot Robbie email hirsch as JC bring hairdresser to the stars I Margaret Qualley I didn't know is Andy McDowell's daughter and is a very arresting screen presence when you see her and stands out amidst a sea of species I'd Hippie Hippie confuse you with Rick Dalton if you start refer news hippies Timothy Elephant Luke Perry Harry in his final film role ending Bruce Dern as the owner of the spahn movie ranch which is very famous location for western TV shows and films in Hollywood Mike Mo as Bruce Lee reversal turn which I was just laughing watching that scene it's filled with joy and appreciation for the caricature of Bruce Lee that we're getting I don't think is presented as if it's the reality it's a flashback and it's somebody's memory you so yes there's already this layer of subjectivity to brilliant scene Damian Lewis Doing brilliant Steve McQueen turn I thought that was a great and really funny and funnily pitched Cameo I was reading that part of the reason he was given it or people thought of as a Casper said when he was auditioning for band of brothers many years ago that he looked like a young Steve McQueen have to say I don't see it like I liked amy loses an actor and I thought he did great the whole but you don't see the resemblance that would say burt reynolds was just warmed over Marlon Brando that's why I grew the mustache that I could see Tarantino said something interesting about Margot Robbie performance as Sharon tate which was he didn't want Sharon tate to be a Quentin Tarantino female character that's why you see her throughout the film doing really normal things it's not the Sharon tate that we have an idea of you think of her as this astoundingly beautiful glamorous movie star Occupy saying rarified air but in fact if you read about her apparently by all accounts she's extremely down to Earth very bright very sensitive very warm and I think Affect Tarintino shows her doing a lot of normal stuff going to the store going to the movies and it humanizes her and you care about her a Margot Robie said in the roundtable I showed you amy weekly that he described her as sort of the heartbeat of the film whereas Damian Lewis is doing a comedic impersonation purposefully like I'm trying to be physically no it doesn't but that's that's what he's talking about that's a that's a Quentin Tarantino Steve McQueen appearance and what you're saying so you described Margot Robbie portrayal that's what makes this movie more than just the Cameos in the fun of the recognizable things is it is so much about where myth and reality meet yes place where that is in real life based on making myths yes that's what the real life is so that overlaps shown through her performance intergrate ways in the same way that it is with Rick Dalton that's why it's kind of funny to me watching the movie think we're all aware of the controversies that came out when the film was released the first one was some of Bruce Lee's living family members took issue with the portrayal of Bruce Lee who is presented as a strutting egotistical cock of the walk who needs to be taken down a few pegues they had issue with that and the other one was I think some journalists when the film premiered were taking Tarantino to task for the lack of Margot Robbie character development and why wasn't Sharon given more to do and why wasn't her role as important to the film as the two male leads and to your point I believe that just completely misses the point certainly on the Sharon tate issue I understand if you're a family member of Bruce Lee you're not going to be pleased for half which is understandable but you know you're making a fix for trail of something and nobody is perfect yeah and then like as we pointed out it's a subjective memory subject yes however I thought Margot Robbie was brilliant in this her scenes were shown unturned Tino ask in a great way that the movie benefited from and I really did I think that's a great term that he used of her being the heartbeat of the realm and checking back in with her it's funny before I saw the movie maybe some of you listening who haven't yet seen the movie will feel the same way when I watched the trailer I remember thinking like Oh it's almost like he flipped the casting I would expect we're like Brad Pitt is the movie star and Leonardo is the stuntman for some reason that felt like more of a fit to me but it's perfect the way it is not only does Leonardo embody Rick Dalton and his actally pesos so hilariously and compellingly there are great scenes where he's losing it on sat in what's presented as a kind of last chance opportunity to kill it in a pilot and continue working and thus be able to continue to employ cliff who's kind of the movie sort of exist it Kinda threw cliffs perspective really even though Rick is the famous one we're in good company with cliff who's got his head on his shoulders smilar that's like let's not it's like the moral conscience of the movie he's going to do the right thing I mean that's also thing that sort of up in the air there's some ambiguity about his his past yes and therefore that feeds into what he does in the president you're absolutely right that the actions that we do see he's definitely more laid-back he's easy going yes but there's this idea of him that we or find out one way or the other about the kind of person he is or was remembering that it it just makes me has been to say that he's sort of the moral center of it because to me it's less about one or the other in about this symbiotic relationship in the friendship it is but I think that in the context of their symbiotic relationship he's the one who views everything that's going on with what feels like an appropriate perspective sure Reykdal has no perspective because for him it's the end of his life he's just struggling to hold onto a career really cliff you can hear it on the trailer that Calming Reassuring Maybe let's keep the meal ticket in place because cliff booth is pretty much just hanging on one of the things turn Tino aiming born and raised in L. A. Lifelong obsessive about Hollywood history wanted to do a story about the different layers of Hollywood so he wanted to have someone in a Rick Dalton who formerly was up at the top of the pyramid someone who represented guys like cliff booth who are peripheral to the movie industry but essential to it but basically could work their whole life in the industry and have really nothing to show for cliff lives in a trailer behind a drive in movie theater and his closest companion the way off he's on the way up and she doesn't even understand yet herself what her place is about to be I've heard some complaints from some people who wanted more plot yeah I never did Tarantino said he thought about that because he started with the ending and then everything worked backwards to hit that ending what he wanted he thought about adding plot in different places but in the end he decided to trust the character study would be enough to get us where we were going and I think it does because the film had has several incredible set pieces specifically the spahn ranch piece I mean it's a movie on it's like it's a movie unto itself I mean it's just something I want to watch again this easy only in Tarantino film world mash up of sixties forties and fifties and a cowboy movie with an action movie and just it's stunning it's dramatic it's tense and it's also very well written it so well we talked about the changing of generations and I think there's also demystification of capacity and it's not just Quentin Tarantino's mind like this is pretty much true yes in the sense that replace Manson family really did settle there you have this scene where cliff is talking to George Spawn and the tension in there I thought was excellent but it was so well written because you're kind of on cliffs side because unless you're unless you're on the Manson family but you also see the kind of limits of him as a person of and as a representative of we know these people are something else but I think it's unsparing in those details and of showing the feet of clay of cliff and of Hollywood general you see the impulse to do the right thing but also its limits which are of course why he hasn't spoken to George New Year's the backstory on Brad Pitt's character is that he I did some shit in World War Two Green Beret type shit that he was a phenomenal soldier as Tarantino says in the J. podcast Ikea right five fucking movies about woodcliff booth did in the war like that's how far he went in creating this backstory for the character I think that's seen is also incredible for the way that the Manson family is presented in the movie and specifically in the Spun Ranson has just the right amount of creepy weirdness and dirty need freaky hippie girls with spacey is and also this militaristic organization that sort of just beneath the surface that's somehow more scary than acid it out kind of like hey man version we've seen in other lesser representation with Sharon's character in the reality of it that it becomes more effecting is it it's Dakota fanning who who's place squeaky who is taking care of taking prisoner of George spot after lover friends there ticker and she is great and she is the one who until if goes to the door of the small house where George Spun lives always see is her sitting in an armchair watching television surrounded by a bunch of the other Manson family male and female and she's barking orders tell me if he does this does that which part of the drive is in whereas you know and it's just a cool way to do something that both indicates the slightly quality and also the Margaret qualley character pussycat who lures Brad Pitt's character to the ranch she's incredibly attractive and calmly but she so exudes a certain dangerous unhinged quality that a lot of the peripheral Manson characters have part of that is attitude the contrast we see her in relation to Brad Pitt's character and even though he's not in a suit and tie he is still representative of this older different way and you see Eh both the appeal of the hippie style but also the kind of disdain for it there's a wonderful scene between the two of them in the car is he's driving with ranch both not the main characters it's not Rick Dalton talking to Charles Manson it's the people on the periphery but both representing these two sides of the generational divide so kind of showing how close maybe we were to just having a tip one way or the other that's kind of the thing here and I think that's the teetering bring that the country probably felt like it was on in nineteen sixty nine I will say also I think it's the most effective use of Lena Dunham in a film she is sort of the defacto female leader of the troop I think is used quite well it is a piece of stunt casting hopefully but it's done really effectively and not at her expense joke could have been on Lena Dunham by Quentin Tarantino a small role and she'd you don't focus on her you could if you didn't know her you could easily forget the role entirely one of the cool things about this movie about the cameos and the different and real people that are shown is you get a sense of the way I would put a shared universe like a comic bookstore all of these people were inhabiting the same place at the same time what Hollywood is all about.

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Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley Hold Hands During Romantic Venice Trip

Who? Weekly

02:28 min | 2 years ago

Pete Davidson and Margaret Qualley Hold Hands During Romantic Venice Trip

"Of t. Davidson was seen with his rumored girlfriend actress margaret quality of the film festival. It's like p davidson was seen with his rumored girlfriend. Andie macdowell daughter autre margaret qualley exactly at the venice film festival las. That's what's happening and then it's like. The first line is he. Is daddy margaret qualley steady that is we've talked about her before yes she's like up and coming congratulations on being quentin tarantino who we that's kind of fantast. Go go to young to really appreciate that now. You're not good not your feet or prominently featured in the movie. They're very a prominent. Unfortunately unfortunately i didn't like that well. I grew up dancing. I was really. I know it'd be very hard on your feet and toes are very mangled. She's beautiful. She's an it girl. She was in once upon a time. I'm in hollywood. She hitchhiked the entire visha. Just hitch hikes she dated wilford middle but not to be confused with the other wolf and which one is now off network was the guy bike like paper trees paper plane that wolf paper sitting at a terrier no. That's the other wolf damn it wasn't that the other wolf which wolf i i literally can't tell the wolves apart look the civil feathers are difficult day are one has a birthmark and then the other one doesn't have a birthmark that wolf was paper towns okay and wolf okay justin wolf. Jeremy's brother pat pat alex wolff. Alex wolff was dotted. Gotta gotta gotta gotta gotta that but they both were in the naked. Brothers bent brothers and they both look the same except alex wolff has the birthmark. That's what i said. Okay okay anyway. Margaret quality is now dating pete davidson and everyone's freaking out because because we have thought about pete davidson awhile but we've been thinking about a lot lately because he's been doing stand up. That's bad and he's like. I don't like anyone having phones ever since he was like in the news nonstop pete there's like a trickle off effect where people still report on him even though he doesn't deserve it and like he's not doing anything until right. Now i think they knew that it wasn't going to be long until he did something so they were always like keeping up with him and then he's dating mark wally or he's being seen with mark quality like whatever we did get an exclusive paparazzi shot from one of our friends meaning took a photo of them together so they not holding hands but walking down the street ciller but them being spotted together by our friend outside of this like event that

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Fed holds rates steady, but opens the door for a rate cut in the future

Bloomberg Best

05:14 min | 2 years ago

Fed holds rates steady, but opens the door for a rate cut in the future

"The Federal Reserve indicated a readiness to cut interest rates for the first time in more than a decade to sustain a near record US economic expansion, citing uncertainties in their outlook while chairman, Jerome Powell and fellow policymakers left their key rate in the range up two and a quarter percent to two and a half. They dropped a reference in their statement to being patient on barring costs and forecast. A larger miss of their two percent, inflation target this year, so June. For more insight, Bloomberg's Carol Massar and Jason Kelly spoke with Petri spa of Hamco, and IRA jersey. The chief interest rate strategist for Bloomberg intelligence. Let's get to you. Tell me what dump sad at you. What you think is really notable in this latest fed decision, and there was a like mixed thinking going into it in terms of investors the street and now we see in the feds got of mixed thinking, so I think firstly the fed did not disappoint. So the. The market was certainly pricing for the fed to be dovish, and they were I think, just appropriately dovish, I think there was the big risk and a lot of people were thinking that maybe they would take back some optionality and not be as dovish as the market thought, but I think between the dot plot and what they said in the statement, they kind of just met the market's expectations, not a whole lot more, and you do see a little bit of a market reaction because the thing is if the feds little dovish now they could get more. Dovish later so push pests qualley from pimco big takeaway for you. The fed is keeping its options open, if not, it's not going to cut until it sees something bad, because it's trying to save bullet. That's you know, for me if they go number one and number two, if that chairman Powell is very much aware that all I on him where every word every north one just going to dissect it and to extent that he is coming across more hawkish, and painted market sentiment could turn pretty quickly and put your one of the things I wonder is the sort of geopolitical backdrop here, you know, we're heading into a week. We ten days where present United States is going to be a soccer Japan meeting with his counterpart from China, president Xi. Those trade winds certainly are playing through this economy right now. How do you balance that out? If you're an investor what we heard from the fed today, and what we're hearing from a geo economic perspective, investors, look at potential trade war, and, you know, and on the other side of the fed standing by to support the economy. All the good news seems to have been priced in meaning that the market is under subpoena cups by your end that seems to be. Conclusion market is also anticipating that trade war with China is going to be averted same with Mexico yesterday. We saw that after the tweet from the president the market, but he strongly all of these good news have been priced in. But the question is, if the meeting for whatever reason does not go well, or we wake up to tweet that is hostile to China, that does issues are real and they haven't been priced in. So my sense stat investors are still very often, but it's best to consider caution going forward, especially where pricing in the market. I mean I do think about and, and, you know, I think about g twenty right? It's not this weekend next weekend. I do wonder if we get some resolution on some of these as folks around this table have have have termed policy gaps. Right. If we get some resolution between China and the United States. How that think how might that impact the fed? Thinking what it means for interest. I think that's one of the ironies here is that a lot of the angst and a lot of the certainly the market worry and market. Fear is really predicated on things that are, you know, quote unquote, manmade. Right. So these are actually policy decisions at someone can make. So if there is a kind of blanket resolution with all of the different trading that have been going on with the White House and other countries. All of a sudden, you can see not only risk assets do okay, but also quite frankly, the bond market selloff pretty significantly so compared to where the economy is already very rich to fair value. At least where we as the make fair value to be, so you can wind up seeing a pretty big pullback here. And actually, the fed may be take back a little bit of its dovish nece, as well, assuming that these trade problems go with you agree with that. Yes. Especially the last point, where between policy and removal of trade war with the moving in different direction. Meaning that should we receive bad news. News. You know, on trade fed will step in, but should we receive good news on trade? Meaning no-trade war, many people say, oh, that's going to be hugely positive, but consider that if we receive good news on the trade war front that the fed actually has room now to step back and said, we don't need to cut rates because, you know, the economy has been removed or reduced poetry Smalley of Pam, co an IRA jersey. The chief interest rates strategist for Bloomberg

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"qualley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

11:38 min | 2 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"America sports, talk show, sports, byline USA. Here's Ron bar. Ned Colletti joins us on sports by line Ned is a baseball, man through, and through, and he got his start with the cubs then became the assistant GM with the giants and then went on to become the dodgers GM for nine years and either helped or assembled teams that have won ninety or more games twelve times and qualified for the postseason twelve times, and he was a big part in putting together the dodger team that went to the two thousand seventeen World Series against Houston. He's also a professor of sports management at Pepperdine, and he has written a very insightful book called the big chair in this book is a rare look inside the game of baseball and behind closed doors. And it's also a memoir of poor kid from Chicago who made it to the top of our national pastime net. When you reflected back on your life in your career, to write this book, did anything surprise you about that reflection? Not really. I think, you know, a always cognizant or grew up in how I grew up in the parents that had which were tremendous never leave me too much. I think about him all the time, I think about the humility of the place, I grew up in, and I think, as as time went on always kept me grounded, and always reminded me of, of where I'm from, and how it was put in places of opportunity. I think as I started to compile it, and I started to think about what I thought would be interesting. And this is no credit to me. It's just a credit. The people around me that there's, there's so many volumes of stuff that I'm sure people would be, you know, like enthralled with, if, if they like what they've read so far, it's, you know, there's, there's so much more than than that. And it's I guess what surprised me is, when you, you never really stopped to take a breath through thirty five thirty six years of baseball. And when. I finally did. And look behind me and saw the people who I had a chance to know, and call friends and watch play up close and personal. Many are now in Cooperstown New York that it was stunning to me. It was it was really stunning to me, the life that I've had in dad vein as I do look back on my life. I am so grateful for the mom and dad that I that I had. Yeah. I know you talk very fondly about your mom and dad, and you had a humble early year living in Chicago garage. But tell me a little bit more about your parents, and particularly your uncles, and how they helped develop your love for baseball. That's a great question. My, my mom and dad were married in nineteen fifty one, I came along a few years after that, and they lived in a garage in my dad turned into a little home for about the first nine years of their marriage, and my dad was fascia worker. He got paid by the hour. If you didn't go to work he didn't get paid. And so he went to work through thick and thin and good up Chicago. When ironically when they moved into the little. House in Franklin park, there was no garage. So he moved out of a garage into a house that didn't have aggress, so my get up in the middle of the night, and then a winter to start the car to make sure it was start up six in the morning to go to work, and, you know, he taught us work ethic. My mom people say, well, does your mom work, and I say, well, yes, he's my mom. You know what if you have job out side, the house, I said. No. And kind of you know, make fun of that a little bit. But my mom's job inside the house was incredibly important. She was a great wife, great mom. She was the, the organizer the, the chef and by all means the boss and kept my brother and I in a good place in of his -ly to care of my damn like after him and kept the house going, the right direction. But, you know, that's how that's that was my mom and dad, and I have a brother Doug, who's worked on the cigar, go bears broadcast about thirty five years and self. Why don't those on my dad's side were huge fins big time baseball fans. My uncle passed. Qualley who was the oldest of the group was in the scrap metal.

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"qualley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Health issue was actually responding to as it should be because it is a public, and we just had a King County judge decide that the voters get the vote on health related issues. So we can't vote. On gun issues since his health. I don't know there's a longer conversation. Wow. All right. There you go. You win this, what I have no idea what you're at least you gal van when she took away our rights to vote against a heroin. Dan said we don't get to vote on public health issues. No. She's talking about budget issues, Thai. They didn't say health issues. Okay, we'll just we'll have to read it live on air with Chuck Mangione playing. We'll do that. All right. My when we get back from a quick traffic break here. I've lost track. Oh, yeah. Robert Muller spoke everybody's excited. It's good. Some Bobby Mola around the corner right now get a traffic report from Tracy Taylor. K a couple of things. One of which is the Mariners game is over. So now we're going to see a big push getting outta Soto for staff. Fourth of airport way, south. Both directions of I five and trying to get onto I ninety and I five from the stadium. So again drivers encountering some delays. There already seeing a pretty solid lineup on eastbound ninety between I five and heading out about mid span of the bridge. That's an earlier wreck that was out near west Mercer way that has now cleared out of the way. Just let the mess right behind it. Now, they're still working the crash on northbound I five just north of mill road. We are watching that lineup on the south I five outside of two seventy second continues out towards the Tacoma dome. Not bad at a Lakewood things are starting to really pick up, though. If you're headed down around joint base Lewis mcchord and once again, out of business qualley river basin drivers are hitting the brakes just a bit from just after mounts road and heading out towards maingate. Kiro radio realtime traffic. I'm.

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"qualley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"I gotta get this and show my buddies. I got the towel from the White House. The soap for sure yeah. Yeah. I think you're allowed. I think they they expect you to take something, but I would hate to get caught taking silverware thunder. What at the White House came up with a bit like where they give you like a gift pack where he gets them towels them some soap coasters, all the things you're planning on stealing. They give it to you. When you come in, the here's your to go bag, please. Don't steal anything. We're giving you a little fr-. Refresher every I think it's a great idea. Let's just get it out of the way. We know what you might do. And here you go. Yes. Mclovin. Oh, no. I just read the White House dotcom. The overnight guests program it's been suspended. But you're welcome to make a reservation at a five star, Trump International. Now, there's something the same thing for real for some reason, they suspended they did have an overnight guest program for years. But there was some sort of legal background that they suspended it. So yeah, this was a thing. But I don't know if you can do it anymore. But did they suspended because you could buy your way into the Lincoln room and might be in my it might be some big ass. Charitable donation. Lists pretty dense it was too. There seems to be some real serious reasons why they spend it. But I don't know why I stayed overnight at Augusta and to me that was awesome. Because you're you're right there, I stayed in the Eisenhower of house, so they had these houses that are named after. I don't know if it's all presidents, but I stayed right off the tenth tea, and it was the Eisenhower house don't you wanna know who slept in that building before. Yes, I did. And then you just walk over the putting green is right outside your door. The par-three is in my backyard. You could go right over from where you eat in the clubhouse the range. You know, you're. Walking over a couple of hundred yards away. It was just it was incredible to be able to do that. And then at night, you're just in there, and you're sitting around with some guys, you're drinking wine, and you're in the Eisenhower cabin is what they call it. I got to go into the wine cellar at Augusta because I asked the question where is the wine cellar, and the member that I was with said come on. I'll take you. And we went down stairs. And you had all of these people who had their own spots there in the wine cellar, including Dwight D Eisenhower. So I saw all this wine there, and it was in Eisenhower's little space that he had there. Really? I would rather stay there than I would the White House. Because I feel like I can have a little bit more fun. And it lends itself to that. I mean, Augusta can be a little stuffy during the masters week. But you know, aside from that. Although if you're a member, you have to wear your jacket to dinner have to well, it certainly felt like that that there were some guys Pete cores from cores brewery, he had his masters jacket on and his jacket when he came in. So I'll jackets green, even if you didn't win the thing. Yeah. I think for members members wear green. Oh, did you go to dinner where green Jack? No, no, no. I didn't know I I'm not a member caddy white jumpsuit just to it in a little. No, no, I think it was just it was a country club. Casual I would think the colored shirt, no jeans, no sneakers. I would think they'd have one at the deaths like when the danettes come to fancy dinner with you. And we don't break our jackets and assign you a Jack old tweed jacket. That's left there from the seventies. I belong to this talion club in New York through my wife being. Italian. You see the the list of all the people there in everybody's name ends in avowal. And then all of a sudden, it's like, you know, qualley Dangelo, Patrick, you know. How did he get in? And I guess there was a little loophole and I by marriage. You know, I'm married into talion. So I get into this this club in bringing the dannettes, and you would have thought I brought our gang..

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"qualley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Offs. And John Cooper knows headman. Does so many things for his team? I think what changes you can't take things for granted. He can make up for kind of mistakes that happen. No. He runs a unit. Is the driving force in our five on five play any place else. It's one of those things they can throw every cliche in the book of the next guy up or spread the minutes around. But it's a big loss for us. And as I said, it's all at this point. And making sure we stay healthy and Regan make sure he's at that point. We'll be okay. So not only is headman out tonight. Louis diving is day to day with lower body injury. Oedipus qualley has been recalled from Syracuse to backup Andrei vasilevskiy tonight. Anton Strommen most likely will be playing on this road trip. So that's a good thing. Also, Eric will be playing tonight. Remember he left the game in the third after a fight with Tom Wilson. He's been so solid all season and the lightning. No doubt will need him to be healthy come playoff time. If they want to make a deep run. So since lighting we'll be missing three defensemen. Tonight's cameron. God's will make his lightning debut tonight. He's played in thirty two career NHL games. Most recently with the Pittsburgh Penguins during the two thousand sixteen seventeen season. They'll also be part of our team time segment with Dave Michigan at about ten minutes. Or so I with all that being said in the injuries the team is dealing with right now. Tampa Bay doesn't want to start developing bad habits as the regular season comes to an end this week that means being better defensively and stamkos Secca those comments earlier today. We just want to get back to defending. I we've thought after the first third of the season we really focused on that. And and shot up the rankings in terms of goals against and that sort of thing, but we've kind of gotten away with that for the last couple of weeks. I thought we're getting towards the end of the season, we want to make sure we're defending I and and that's where we're not giving up as many quality chances as we are having our goaltenders Bill. So we'll look to just be a little more detail oriented on the defensive side. We know we have the offensive ability. We need to focus on that last forty. And John Cooper noses team has been good defensively this year, and he wants to see them continue to do that down the stretch at this point is not how many how many of you keep out. And it's something we of late here. We can be better at and I give our guys credit to to be in the position they've been in for three weeks now, or whatever it's been there intensity levels has been high as coaches, look always look for better. There's no question, but a little more attention to detail on the defensive end as we move down the stretch here. Now one of the bright spots in Saturday's loss to the capsule was the key to kucherov getting his thirty ninth goal of the season. He needs one more goal to join Steven stamkos. Some Brandon points as forty goal scorers for the lightning and the lady has never had three players score forty or more in the same year. Kucherov also registered as fifteen power play goal in NHL leading forty-eight power play points of the year in that game. Of course, he leads the league in points with one hundred and Twenty-two is hoping to get a few more tonight against the senators. They certainly had a try gear. There's no doubt about that. They had to trade away. Some really good players at the trade deadline. Also, they've been at the bottom of the standings for most of the year. However, they are playing better of late. They've won three of their past four Craig Anderson has been hot as well. He's gone three zero with the nine fifty four save percentage and one shutout in his past three starts. He was spectacular and stopping forty two shots against Toronto Saturday in the win. Also look out for Anthony declare he's been better of late as well as nine points and his past eight games. He scored two goals and had an assist against the Leafs as well. So Ottawa they have nothing to play for except for pride. And sometimes that can be very dangerous team. Tampa Bay will have to be aware of that. Especially early on. We're taking an inside look at tonight's game. Thanks the Tampa Bay times. Get more than the score from the Tampa Bay times in prince and online subscribed today at Tampa Bay dot com. Well, Anthony sorelle who's been so good all year is on a three game assist streak versus Ottawa Alex corners, tallied a couple of assists in each of his last two games versus the sense and braiding Coburn has recorded multiple point games in each of his last two outings. We mentioned kucherov and the unbelievable year. 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"qualley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is great Stephen Nessin, our transportation reporter with just going on about an interview on this show that he heard you gotta look cited high C you continue our we live. Yeah. Yes. Hello. Hi. Yes. Yes. I love the show. I was lost in rapture discussing the show with the host that I love so much. It's kind of a magical thing that you can do on public radio in the station where there's like you do the work. And then your colleagues are honored even call you a colleague. The amazing work that I enjoy consuming on my own time as well. Yeah. We're we're in the middle of our fundraiser and Stephen came in Steve the transportation Puerto so he is one of the busiest people in the WNYC news room, and you said that you would just gone back and listen to our interview with to leave qualley because you get black star. Yes. Yes. One of my all time favorite albums. And then I heard he's a guest on here. And it's not like he's here to promote anything. Exactly, it's just you get these amazing guests that come in to talk about their life's work and cultural relevance in New York in America. You know, it gets macro, and then also very micro, and like whatever seen there in as well, as you know, the larger relevance for the country and. And it's all here on public radio. Which is why I'm here. Talking to ask you to support this kind of programming which I love and what you love and we're doing our annual fundraiser. So if you'd like to make a donation to keep this sort of programming and going it's eight eight eight three seven six nine six nine two is the number to call or you can give online at WNYC dot org. Stephen just made the the greatest case for WNYC and why it has important meaning in your life. We do this really local, hyper local reporting, you do a lot of that a lot of that. And that's stuff that has real meaning of people's lives. How they get around the city how they move how they spent a good part of their day. And then we have this macro reporting. We have the BBC we get reports from Venezuela Nigeria China Turkey. So the idea that you can find out what's happening on your block. And then also find out what's happening around the world. And both with great indepth.

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"qualley" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

Motorsport Radio

04:46 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on Motorsport Radio

"Because he makes you everyone keeps fighting to the very end flight Roth than my rubbish in it of a single lapham on Craig's round at hopefully wreck arrivals left in the process. So I suppose. Yeah, that that is where the the the best bit of of a if you're a writer who didn't perform great in qualley in the Gali session all race one. And you know, you probably not going to do that well in in race to either, but you know, you can make at least a few or a couple of points in the Super Bowl race knowing that may be the championship contenders are gonna be a little bit cautious. But potentially. But yeah, I think is season progresses. The the championship contenders warrant. Be willing to rescue quite as much. So you will get the lakes of maybe a. Thome sakes are Eugene Laverty or someone feel based not go anything to lose bad point of the season really going for and the races. So as as defa one, I can't wait to see every progressions as your calls on. Okay. Yeah. The Expos as we said previously that's debate about will supervise and whether they've got the format, right? Whether Super Bowl race is race or not race. And whether you care or not will I suppose rumble on really, especially looking towards maybe twenty twenty when news and rumor starts to emerge about that. We're already looking forward to twenty twenty. It's not even March yet as a streaming show. But as we as we did mention earlier hair on the Super Bowl show or Liam diligently mentioned that that was a bit of breaking news regarding some road racing. All was Edmund in this as well at. Yeah. Tell us anyway. The big one actually was broken about half an hour or so before we came on. It's Alastair Seeley has signed for the pool. But most be was Decani same pulled this. He has no quest. Two hundred in a bid to regain his crown around the coastal race. Trum Glenn Owen who is moved from to get to the courtroom plant Kawasaki. So this season. Best beta bit of war woods this over the winter between the two of them bit. Clearly, they both want to be the king of the northwest. Now, Glenn you go to remember. He is out as the young still come over to the series is of anyone the superbike races oath rape, ac- buttresses us in health that should have been full, but the bad weather in twenty seventy but he's taking clean sweep of all the has been held Sailly. He happened on the Tucker. Bam. Really for the less fears the seat by plus a clearly did you catch the way to go? Will own was on the twin. Golly, we should say they get V forgiveness performances on the show. Circuits has led the fat have. Twisting Savy's arm into signing Fulham that they can be no doubt. It's going to be will pull budge Cassie Brin one of that speed riders to two of us will drunk Scott renting ago out there that would be something a moti p ride for the first time prop lease grand prix rider. Probably for the first time since may be we don't love less was racing on the northwest coast. AM major kick for the Takatshi say Scott reading walls to make his northwest two hundred that coke entice speculation as safety is the big draw for this year in up north west of under attentively, they could be racing the other big international events as well throughout the into pending on Dale that can be done so Muslim votes that has been a few more Ryder announced this week is complete James Hillier has confirmed. He was a song trip line cow Sacchi. He's in there. Without team for number fears is carrying on his. His not a ministry of this stat, which I've had. Yeah. Since twenty eleven is contested forty three TT races. His finished full t one of them and twelve times. He's going the podium, not bad not bad until petite Hogwarts coastal venture Ryssdal. 'cause it's rugs have most abrasive could never ride it's remounted in through woods villages..

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"qualley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The mass incarceration in the criminal Justice system that boggles my mind, nobody can see us. How much talent is being lost? I mean, just how many really talented gifted people who for whatever reason ended up in situation they shouldn't have been in. And that we've already them off. Right. I don't understand why we as a culture allow that. There's a Hollywood producer Scott Budnick, kudos anti recidivism work that weren't as always recidivism. I ever sit of his area. And I actually got the opportunity to go to a prison in the bay area with common and him this summer, and it was just it was just an amazing experience. My biggest record is give back does record is fed much. Children fed. My family is giving me international famous success, and I still perform close to shows a year doing that song. Kanye, west produced. It is tethered me to Kanye west for the rest of my life. And Kanye credit him and Kim Kardashian wet with Scott to to these prisons before I did this summer as well. So that's work that they do that. They don't really talk about. But and they should talk about that a lot more than talking about Donald Trump. But I digress. Get by has lines in it about mass incarceration. Get by lyrics about prison. I sorta perform that sometimes sometimes have fallen a trap performance song. Sort of by the numbers because it's so easy for me to do was just second nature, and it's just it's it's in my DNA. So I don't often listen to the words of and performing it in prison to prisoners it. Just hit me like a like a train leave qualley. It's a pleasure to meet you. Nice to meet you too. Thank you.

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"qualley" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on KOMO

"Problems around Seattle as we hear from komo's Jeff Pohjola. New highway ninety nine tunnel has been opened to this past week, you'd think it'd make traffic a little bit easier. However, the intersection at Harrison street, just above the north portal has become an area of complete gridlock. Everyone is trying to get out of town before the worst of the snow hits. So far, the roadways are only bear that is expected to change as the snow continues to come down and the temperatures continue to drop in Seattle. Jeff Pohjola, KOMO news. Coming up the winter storm, bears down city and county leaders are speaking from the emergency operation center. I'm Charlie Harger with that part of this story. But first AAA traffic, which we check every ten minutes on the fours with marina Rockinger. What's happening? So Jeff Pohjola was just talking about downtown streets in. It's a no kidding. I mean every street now is jammed up if you're trying to get over to your main arterials, so not only the side streets. But the main arterials like Mercer and Danny. And then once you get to I five you're looking at significant slow downs. Both directions of I five through the city of Seattle even highway ninety nine now northbound you really starting to find some troubles here and there right around green lake area and then again up to north Seattle. And it's really starting to struggle as well between one forty fifth and the shoreline area, solid traffic on the. East side on four or five through Bellevue. Both directions of four or five in the Renton south center area. Solid traffic now JBL AM southbound I five begins right around five twelve in. Lakewood all the way down to DuPont. Northbound is struggling out of qualley area up through the area. And we are starting to really see some significant slowdown southbound one six seven it's almost becoming a solid slowdown out of Renton decant into Auburn off and on down into Sumner in winding your way. Through Puyallup is it becomes highway twelve I also have a couple of blocking problems to tell you about in totem lake northbound four or five approaching one twenty twenty-fourth center lane is blocked in Renton southbound one six seven at forty. I looks like the ramp from one eightieth to one six seven. This look at traffic is brought to you by Phillips law firm, if you are a loved one have been injured in a car accident. Call Phillips law firm today for a free case evaluation. Call one eight hundred Justice or visit Justice for you dot com next. Komo traffic at two fourteen meteorologist Abby Coney with the KOMO forecast to be prepared for the active weather throughout the rest of the day to day and throughout much of the day on Saturday to snow. The big PR. Problem that will be paralyzing traffic and.

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"qualley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

12:00 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Email address elrushbo at eibnet dot US. Okay. Before we get to the Andrew Cuomo stuff on taxes. Just a couple of soundbites number four and number six. This is last night CNN tonight with Don lemon, by the way. Let me check something here. Real quick. I don't. Don lemon. I just found this out yesterday. Don lemon interviewed. Gladys watched. Gladys Knight's rendition of the national anthem for survival one of the best ever. I mean, no matter how you slice it. Don lemon on Friday night. Asked her if she was sure that she wanted to potentially end her career by doing a respectful performance of the national anthem. I kid you not unseen n. And she was in a controlled way indignant about this question. This woman has three to four times the careers and success. The Don lemon will ever even be able to dream of. And there is no way that however, she performed the national anthem could do any damage to the achievements and the success that she has had over the course of her career. But just that question. Any then proceeded to argue with her when when when she tried to tell him that in her own way, he was full of it. Imagine asking Gladys. Knight of Gladys Knight, the pips if she was worried about damaging or ruining her career with a respectful performance other national because don't you don't Colin Kaepernick might be offended anybody during the national anthem had better. Not do it. Respectfully in this day and age. And this is supposedly a primetime anchor doing the news on. A full-fledged idiot to boot to go along with whatever bias or. Prejudiced. The guy has I tell you the agree. Of of of ignorance, lack of knowledge education that you find pockmark throughout our media is is stunning. It's okay. We do have it here. It's it's let me FIS number twenty eight let me say that. You know, I can't find twenty eight. The last one I've got twenty seven. Well, I'll tell you my view have you ever twenty. Okay. Let's hear it. I hope this is what I just told you about. I'm sure it is. But this one I when I read about this. I was mind boggling how about what they're thinking. Yeah. People are gonna have their opinions about whatever. And all I can deal with right now is what my heart says. Okay. I grew up with the national anthem. We used to sing it in school before school started. We used to say prayers in school before school started. And we just don't have that anymore. And I'm just hoping that it will be about our country and how we treat each other. And being the great country that we are. Well. That was her answer. But it was his question that is that is mind boggling, and it it's she's bouncing off Cape Rennick has this lawyer. Mark Garrett goes who says that performers who sing the national anthem or crossing an intellectual picket line and lemon wanted to know how she reacted. He went on to challenge her for even doing this and potentially damaging her career. For this. And she didn't back down to it at all. And she got pretty peaked at. At one point during all this just. It's its illustrious even where we are in our in our society. The NFL got cleaned up. And I'm I'm. The NFL owes Donald Trump. I mean that it may offend a lot of you. But if Trump had not spoken up about the damage being done to that game to that business by virtue of these pre-game, taking Neil protests. The flag stuff you wanna do that fine. But don't do. It is not you're busy. You don't own this business? The players do not own it. They may think they are the business, but they don't own it and people are not tuning in. We can fit through all this to watch that they want to escape all that Trump qualley Trump hadn't called them out. Nobody else was going to the NFL what a coward just the Republican party does and that would have grown and grown, and it would have become the focal point of every season every game. Who's taken a Neil networks would have continued to televise the anthem. They would have continued to promote the discord that it would have caused. And we would have had an entirely different NFL season in two thousand eighteen but Trump speaking up actually shuts it down. So these guys like, Don lemon and the rest of these left wing activists are ticked off that the kneeling and the protests are going to flag was brought to a screeching halt. So now, they ask an African American singer to sing the anthem is the hope is that. This woman will go defy Trump. Gladys knight. We're going there defy Trump and defy the NFL and continue the protests for them. Don, lemon wants to see people taking Neil Don lemon wants to see people disrespect the flag while the players stopped doing it this past season the network stopped covering it. So everybody's hoping that it'll kick up against okay. The Super Bowl. Yeah. Man. Yeah. The Super Bowl there were rumors get this this this the the musical quartet that performed at halftime. They maroon five. There were rumors all weekend put out by a hopeful media. Maroon five or are one or two of the rappers? They had to recruit some rappers to join maroon five because maroon five can't carry fifteen minutes on the role of the Super Bowl. So they were hoping they were hoping that one of these people would take a need during the performance and so- rumors were leaked that that was going to happen. There were rumors that Gladys Knight was gonna do something send some kind of signal during the anthem that she was in solidarity with caper Nick and didn't do anything and nobody took a knee during the halftime looking back on it. Maybe you wish somebody had. So it wouldn't have been so boring. I'm kidding dawn. I'm just whiten up in there. She'd been on edge ever since I started talking about Ralph Nov them and post birth abortions. Anyway. I was just. I still I maybe it's a good thing. I can still be surprised by the left. There are still lines that they crowd. They're still stupidity that they have not explored asking Gladys Knight. If she's willing to risk her career. Can you? Way to ask that question. You have to honestly believe that a majority of the American people want to see the flag tarnished, and they want to see the national anthem disrespected to ask her that question, you have to believe that that would have to that would be a boon to her career if she dissed the flag of the anthem now, what must you think of the American people? If that's the case if that's what you think Gladys Knight has to do. In order to get a gold star performance here. She got trashed the flag trash the anthem. What you must sit there and believing that most Americans don't like the flag. Most Americans are fed up with America. Most Americans this racist pig country. And you'd be right. That's how they think of the country, and they do believe. That they are in the majority. It's it's full flat out perverted. Anyway, the two soundbites before we get to Cuomo up. Jack Quinn this on CNN with Don lemon. This is what distracted me was seeing this clown's name last night. Jack Quinn was the White House counsel for Bill Clinton. And so Don, lemon zest Trump is Trump is going into a speech saying the speaker of the house is bad for the country. We have to get the wall and I'm going to declare an emergency. If I don't at this point in Bill Clinton's presidency. I was there his real like number right now going into the second term was thirty nine percent. So he was well underwater as well. And he made a decision to reset. And he reset essentially by moving toward the opposition, the Gingrich crowd working with them, essentially, stealing victories that mimic some of the policies that they were espousing. The question here is will Donald Trump see the need to to do reset? Now. Back to me is the question. He has an opportunity now to reset. I suspect that he'll follow an culture and Rush Limbaugh and not to what Bill Clinton would do. All right. Let's review this. We got what Clinton did in the next bite. We're gonna play at number five. Now, there's a big difference here though, Donald Trump's not at thirty nine percent. He's at forty eight percent. Barack Obama when he was delivering his state of the union at this point in his presidency. Was it forty six percent? Trump has a higher job approval than either Bill Clinton or Barack Obama Clinton. Thirty nine percent the bottom and fallen out for Clinton. He had the Republicans won the house for the first time in forty years. This is before the Lewinsky stuff, this is still the Paula Jones and Jennifer flowers stuff and the whitewater stuff, Hillary tragic over healthcare stuff. So Clinton had had to make some kind of a thirty nine percent. He was being rejected by the American people. Trump isn't I hate to tell you but a forty eight percent approval number given the negative coverage. Trump is have he's not being rejected by the American people, and the deep state knows it and they're fit to be tied. That's at the top of the program. The exasperation the people from the Muller team to the DOJ the FBI. The everybody involved Clapper Brennan Komi all these people have been trying to destroy Trump. And he's at forty eight percent approval today. That's exactly what he had been all this started. They haven't done one bit of damage in the poll that counts and the poll they were hoping to whittle down to the twenties and thirties to be able to get rid of him. But Bill Clinton was thirty nine percents of what Clinton do some of you were going to remember this Bill Clinton did not mean this Bill Clinton did not act on this. But this is what Bill Clinton said big government does not have all the answers. We know there's not a program for every problem. We know and we have worked together the American people a smaller less bureaucratic government in Washington. And we have to give the American people one that lives within its means..

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"qualley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:30 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"You are watching TV. Balance of nature. Well, all right. We don't have any theme music. We're not streaming on the internet tonight. I don't know what's going on. But we're glad to have you with us. It's radio Night Live. Just imagine the late night music in the background, Mike Lindell. Lisa Davis qualley and Brit mckenry all going to be with us tonight before we're done. Welcome aboard. It is hard for me to reinvent the power of the music underneath myself without having the music there. But I'm doing the best I can scale McCullough. How are you? It's been a busy kind of crazy day to day. Did you notice that that crazy that crazy? And I mean, Cray Cray, governor Virginia just has not been able to help himself under any circumstances. He actually went and said last night just just to wind the clock back a little bit. He comes out and basically says that post. This sounds weird. I know post birth abortions should be allowed in his state. Meaning that the child didn't die while in the womb of the mother that survived the birth process. And so he thinks that that should be something that they take up and then when he got all kinds of push back on that. Suddenly people started going through old yearbooks in things. And they found they founded a not-so-flattering shot of him. Either wearing black face or wearing the Ku Klux Klan garb. I candidly, don't know. Which is worse. I think it's kind of split. You've got your just in traveling way go there. So then after that gets posted around the internet because you know, something like that. Is going to stay secret. No one in this day and age is going to be like, hey, did you see what the governor did? So long story short. They had this. They had this weird. Kind of. Moment last night where he actually came out. There we go governor northern and he's either the guy in the black face or the guy in the sheets in the shot next to if you're watching on television. If you're not watching on television, we understand that as well because well, it's just it's just hard to imagine that they could do what they did. But all that to say, they went about this in a very kind of ham fisted kind of way because he comes out last night and gives an apology. Now, do we have do we have the video of the apology? I'm going to give up. Anything kills me. Do we did someone the control room tell me? Yes. Or no, do we have the video. So he says last night he does like a minute worth of an announcement. And if we have that I'd love to be given some sort of confirmation one way or the other if it's gonna play. Okay. Here we go. Here we go. Thank you offer for being here. Now that's this afternoon. That's the wrong one. There's there's one from last night it's shorter than that one. When he says this afternoon because that's that was the new chapter. There was a new chapter of crazy today from the crazy governor that's doing the crazy stuff. So. Anyway, he comes out last night. And he basically says. I'm sorry for appearing in that very insensitive and offensive award robe, meaning the black race or the Klan garb. And again, I don't know. Which is worse. I think they're both equally patently offensive and very very very. Insensitive to anybody that is obviously not him. So there's this. There's this kind of overwhelming thing. Do we have do we have it now? So okay, we're gonna go. Okay. So this is the apology last night. Take a look at this and offensive attitudes at represent does not reflect that person. I am today are the way that I have conducted myself as a soldier a doctor and a public servant. I am deeply sorry. I cannot change the decision. I made can I undo the harm my behavior calls then and today, but I accept responsibility for my past actions. And I'm ready to do the hard work of regaining your trust. By state, right? So that was that was from last night from the governor's. So he's taking responsibility for his actions. He sorry for the offense that he caused it cetera et cetera. Then today he comes out and says more or less something completely different. Take a look at this. This was from earlier today. Thank you for being here. I'm pleased to be joined by my wife. Pam, pam? Thank you for being here as well. There has been much public discussion about racist and offensive materials that appear on my page of the nineteen Eighty-four eastern Virginia medical school yearbook. And I believe it is important for Virginians to hear directly from me. And to and for me to ask as many questions as unnecessary about these circumstances. With that in mind. I would like to read a statement about these events. Okay. Be glad to take your questions. Let's read the statement here today. Took responsibility for content that appeared on my page in the eastern Virginia medical school yearbook that was clearly racist and offensive. You think I am not and will not excuse the content of.

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"qualley" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Also had a chance to see native son, which is an adaptation of Richard Wright's nineteen. Forty novel tribe, not read, but as a single film, even you know, divorced from the context in the comparisons to the novel. This movie is very very good. It stars action. Sanders who played the teenage version of Shiran in the light. And man, this guy is legit. He is definitely a young up and coming actor to watch. I mean, if new moonlight didn't tell us that he is really. I mean, he is like the focus of this movie. He carries the entire thing on his shoulders. He's terrific. Margaret qualley from the leftovers is in this Bill camp who appeared in like molly's game. And he was in the night of on HBO. He is in this there. It's got a really solid cast KiKi lane who recently starred in if feels street could talk plays the main character's girlfriend, and she is terrific as well. She I mean, she is here to stay. I think if Bill straight talk was her first movie performance and seen what she can do here in how she's really able to sort of let her. Her hair down at a totally different type of role is very encouraging because I'm I'm excited to see what she does in in years to come as a bright young actress. So the premise of native son is ashen Sanders plays a guy named big Thomas who is a he lives in Chicago. He's got green hair. He's really into punk music. He's sort of defies all of the stereotypes about black people. And he does so in the movie people make steer, you know, make assumptions about him in his character all the time, and he just sort of like rolls his eyes in and lets it roll off his back. But the premise of the movie is that he ends up getting a job as a driver like a chauffeur for a really really rich white family in the north side of Chicago. And they have a progressive teenage daughter who is very like at certain points. She asks him like what do black people think about what's going on in the world..

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"qualley" Discussed on Movin 92.5

Movin 92.5

02:47 min | 3 years ago

"qualley" Discussed on Movin 92.5

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Lobbyist helped arrange Scott Pruitt Morocco trip, now earns $40,000 from Moroccan government: Report

All In with Chris Hayes

01:52 min | 4 years ago

Lobbyist helped arrange Scott Pruitt Morocco trip, now earns $40,000 from Moroccan government: Report

"Scandal ridden epa chief scott pruitt who somehow still has his job is not as far as we can tell a big one for personal responsibility appearing before congress last week prut blamed his staff his political enemies pretty much everyone but himself or conduct in office that is now led to an i'm not making this up eleven federal investigations now just today washington post reporting that a lobbyist helped arrange pruitt's controversial one hundred thousand dollars trip to morocco with the lobbyists later winning a forty thousand dollar month retroactive contract with the moroccan government wow look at that on capitol hill last week pruitt insisted he has no knowledge of epa officials being sidelined for questioning his apparent habit for lavish public spending but according to pruitt's own former deputy chief of staff that was a flat out lie he said he was not aware of any employees being pushed out for raising red flags was he just straight out being built first line boldface line to congress that guy you saw there was it both as line kevin schimmel leschi he's a trump loyalist of former trump campaign staffer who appeared onstage with the president he was appointed to the apa by trump and he says he was pushed out for questioning pruitt spending he describes how a manager told him bluntly administrator pruitt either wants me to fire you or put you in an office that he doesn't have to see you again at one point szymanski says he was personally threatened by pruitt's head of security that would be pus qualley nino perrota there on the left who reportedly played a central role in authorizing and also enabling pruitt's lavish spending habits including his legendarily massive security detail peralta is set to be interviewed wednesday by the house oversight committee and today resigned from the.

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