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Hunter Biden Reportedly Earned $11M From Foreign Business Deals

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:10 min | Last month

Hunter Biden Reportedly Earned $11M From Foreign Business Deals

"NBC. Analysis of Hunter Biden's hard drive proves $11 million in payments from China. And what are those two stories have to do with one another? You're trying to tell me that NBC would send a bunch of reporters to look through Hunter Biden's laptop to create a negative headline. If Democrats were doing super well right now, remember the entire probe criminally into Hunter Biden is nakedly political for the sole and intended purpose and fact to try to make Joe Biden removable. Now Joe Biden does have an insurance policy. Joe Biden's handlers were very smart in one way. You might say Charlie, what is that insurance policy? The insurance policy is not like the Peter struck stroke smirk or the Lisa page lover from the FBI. None of the insurance policy is that they decided to pick an even more unpopular person to become vice president. Which is if the regime wants to remove Joe Biden assail boy, we got to deal with the that's not good. The Biden team realized that the only thing less popular than Joe Biden. So they got a decision to make, they say, well, at least we can control Biden because hunter did crimes all across the world. NBC News, Hunter Biden's hard drive shows he his firm earned $11 million from 2013 to 2018. This is a common technique that is executed by deep state Democrats against politicians they don't like. Andrew Cuomo fell victim to this, Jesse Jackson junior fell coma to this. Fell victim to this. Rod Blagojevich fell victim to this. It is a common technique, which is to use all of the previously rumored criminal activity of a Democrat, bring it to the surface to try to get that Democrat to heal or to foose. Dog term I used yesterday to obey, and if they become politically un useful, which we just are showing their Joe Biden is so unpopular, you have a means of removing him or a means of making sure that he does not run for office.

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80-1 shot Rich Strike races to huge upset in Kentucky Derby

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

80-1 shot Rich Strike races to huge upset in Kentucky Derby

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Tim Ryan Favors Late-Term Abortions

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 2 months ago

Tim Ryan Favors Late-Term Abortions

"And here's what Tim Ryan, who wants to be Ohio's next senator, said about favoring any restrictions whatsoever on any kind of abortion, including late term abortion. As senator would you have any limits on abortion? Look, I think what we had established in roe is something that we can continue to work with. And I think those can be the parameters, but then again, if you get rid of what was established law, which in many ways was conservative to keep that to appreciate stare decisis and make sure we appreciate the law, if we move away from that, you're going to get states like Ohio that have some of the most extreme laws in the whole country where if you're a young girl and you've been raped or there's been incest that you have to the state, the government is going to force you to bring that baby to China. I mean, I guess all that comes from it, but my question to you. My question was about any limits to abortion. At any point, late term, anything. Look, you got to leave it up to the woman because you and I see here a bunch of well, you and I sitting here can't account for all of the different scenarios. You hear Bret Barry say, well, that's obviously a no, I guess that's a no. You have to leave it up to the woman. She gets to choose, so she wants to go in and have a 6, 7, 8 month old baby. Ripped apart in her womb and destroyed, she gets to decide that. That senator Tim rod. That's the Democrats position. That's not just him Ryan. That's the Democrat party.

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Roe v Wade, Federalism, and the Absurdity of It All

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:23 min | 2 months ago

Roe v Wade, Federalism, and the Absurdity of It All

"You would think that the if indeed the leak, which is another breaking of one of the foundations of our society by the left, you would think that the Supreme Court ruled that abortion is illegal. If this is what the Supreme Court rules is nothing at all like that. All it said was the federal government should not have a say in this matter because there's no right to privacy in the constitution and because right to privacy is irrelevant to the issue. Every not every, but vast numbers of immoral activity is done privately, most people don't murder in public. They don't embezzle in public, it's an it was an absurdity when it was passed. It did horrible damage to this country, roe V wade. Completely gratuitous creator of a rift in this country. The reason we have federalism in other words power to states is so that that the founders brilliantly understood, we don't have a monopoly on rod is right. None of us does.

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Harry Truman Would Not Let US Return to Isolationism After WWII

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:57 min | 2 months ago

Harry Truman Would Not Let US Return to Isolationism After WWII

"Isolationist was rampant through the after the World War I up until we actually got into World War II. Roosevelt dealt with this in his entire first part of his terms several terms dealing with rod up until World War II. It is firmly believed and you read the writing, you can see his understanding that Roosevelt understood that by the time Hitler was moving, we saw the occupations that he was making and the emphatic discussions from Churchill is that America was going to be into this war at some point. The question was, is when we would get into it. And I think if politically speaking, he would have probably gotten into it earlier, had it not been for the isolationist sentiment here in America. Now let's think about what this isolationist sentiment in America then. It was led by folks like Charles Lindbergh, national heroes who said, look, we only need to be concentrating on here inside our border. We only need to be a part of what we need to say to deal with our country as it exists. And the rest of the world needs to take care of itself. That was the isolation viewpoint. Frankly, if you look at TV and you look at others right now, you will see that that is becoming the discussion that we have right now among isolationist viewpoints and the effect of that of America not being a active world later. Now, I am of the opinion we don't need to be the America's police force. America is not the world's police force. We don't go into every idea and every part and say we're going to fix the problems everywhere. We're going to be a part of making sure though that the world is kept in check because frankly you can not view America and isolation anymore. Truman understood this after World War I into World War II. You have to be sort of understanding that isolationist viewpoint had a great deal of effect on how he dealt with

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"rod" Discussed on Mega

Mega

07:45 min | 2 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Mega

"Just like Jesus welcomes every man into God's family, we have a real family man today. It is my pleasure to welcome to the program Luke blessing. How are you, my friend? It's good to see you, Ali, and good to see you, gray. I gotta say, my children really are enjoying your spirited conversations with them. They come, I think they might have a crush on you, but I got 17 kids. So you're gonna have to pick one, right? That is right. I would say you're a famous around the twin hills because you do have the largest family at a campus, which is saying something with all the members that we have. And I think, I mean, I don't even know how many of your kids are in climax, but it's maybe a bevy or a gaggle or maybe half a dozen. I would say about 12 of them out of the 17. I don't want to be a name dropper for drop some numbers on you, but yeah, I got 17 kids, and if lavinia didn't have a prolapsed uterus, we'd have a lot more, huh? So what leads someone to have 17 kids? I mean, that is just an impressive number. Yeah, I'm very virile. I'm going to say very honestly, I enjoy procreating. I got to say that, you know, we don't kiss before marriage. And so it's very exciting when you get a live woman in front of you for the rest of your life. It's pretty, it's pretty exciting. Got to say, I have a little bit of a competitive spirit in me. So I do enjoy having more children than someone else. I'm going to say it right now, you know? My quiver is full, you know what I'm saying? You know what I'm saying, right? You know what I'm saying? Yeah. The Bible talks about how we are to be fruitful and multiply, and the Bible also, you know, it doesn't have a bunch of parenting tips, but I always remind my kids that the Bible does say spare the rod spoil the child and that's why we're a spanking family. You know, we don't want to spoil a kid, right? You know, the rod, the child, or whatever, you know what I mean? I'll give them a hearty smack. You know, but they're girls. So, you know, a hearty smack and send them flying. So I just want to be a little more careful. You know what I'm saying? But they get the point. And that's the point, is that they get the point. With the top of my rod and my staff, they comfort me. You know what I'm saying? Especially when they get the point. What kids need to know who's in charge, it makes them feel safe, you know, to have specific boundaries and to know that, you know what? That's how life works. There's going to be repercussions for your actions. You got to understand consequences before you get released out into the world. Well, when you have 17 girls, you know, it's very important that you take care of them. I mean, the umbrella of God, you know, extends to first the father. You know, I mean, I'm in charge. I got to be in charge. So I got to make sure that, you know, the wet goes on somebody else, you know what I mean? Not me, because I got to keep my eyes clear so I can take care of my wife and my girls, you know? I love this all for the glory of God. All for the glory of God. Would you tell us their name? A shout out. Okay, we've got Lulu, Lacey, Lonnie, Lydia, Laurel, Laura, Lola, Loretta, lisbeth, Louisa, Lena with two E's, Leila, Lilly, Lucille, Lena with one E, Leia, and then lyric. Of course. So we would have had more ells, but unfortunately, my wife has a prolapsed uterus. And I'm a little upset that we didn't have some quiet time together and make some more children. But, you know, we'll do our best, right? I guess first I have one big question in one smaller question. The smaller question being, how do you differentiate between Lena with two E's in one E when you're just calling them safe or supper? I say Lena with two E's, Lena wood. The dewy comes and I said one E and she wasn't listening. There's gonna be consequences. Okay, okay. And then I guess my other question is, you know, you've got this awesome big family of ladies and you're there in the driver's seat and I love that metaphor of you the umbrella and I just wanted to know really why we had you on today is because you did email us and say that you currently you've got some big news and well you said big Hollywood news in the subject line. So what's the big news with the family right now? Well, you know, the duggars have 19 children, the Bates of 19 children, but you know, you gotta capitalize on God spoke to me, 'cause you got a capitalize on what's happening. Let's face it. Josh duggars going to prison, the duggars are done. So I went to Los Angeles with the children in lavinia last week. We had three motel rooms, which was pretty exciting. We stayed, we stayed at the motel 7. I don't know, you know, much about Hollywood, but I know there's a lot of highways. And we stayed off of one. I think it was on the 5 in the center of the state, which was nice. Oh, okay. And I did a few pitching sessions for a TV show featuring my family spreading the joy and love of God. And Jesus Christ. Fantastic. Yeah. Congratulations on pitching a TV show. That's incredible. Very exciting. Were you pitching to Christian networks or were you pitching to these more like wicked Hollywood producers? Well, you know, I wasn't exactly sure initially who I was pitching to. I was given a list of places and my first place that I landed was a place called BET. It was an error on my ways. You know, then you learn a little more. I enjoyed, I tried to pitch to up and to TLC, they're not buying, but you know, then again, there's YouTube channels and exciting things down the pike, you know, major networks like Netflix and another one called Amazon Prime. I've never heard of that before, but I thought that was fun. And again, I've sent to the major networks as well, ABC, NBC, CBS. You know, a lot of it is a tape submission. But when you bring the whole family and matching outfits in there to drop off your video tape, it's pretty exciting. So you go into these places and you drop off a tape. I certainly do a solid video tape. We even dropped it off at that Scientology place because they've got their own TV station as well. I figured, you know, might not be what we do. But certainly their spiritual and it is a religion. So it was very exciting to drop things off there as well. We couldn't stay for a test because we were double parked. You know, I did one to two in the email that you sent. It said all inquiries can be sent through Saul cleft bound of the little stomach as agency. I mean, that sounded like you had a Hollywood agent now, which is great. Well, he reached out to us. He saw us. I think it was two years ago. We took a trip to Dollywood, and we saw him. And he seemed like a very nice man, and he handed us his card, and since then, people call him the ambulance chaser of agents. And so I guess he finds people, he chases him down, and you're his. Yeah, because I was confused. I did hit reply on the email and then he billed me for $25 to reply to him, which I didn't really understand because I was trying to book you on this show. I understand. And you know, I will understand if you take umbrage to that and you would like me to, you know, give you some tokens for the Chuck E. Cheese or whatever you need. To be paid back. Certainly no, I didn't cash. But maybe in trade, my kids can clean your house in 15 minutes. Oh. Wow. They come in like a swarm of locusts and just in and out. We have a.

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Ryan Helfenbein: The Extremes of Sexuality Is Being Pushed Leftward

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:08 min | 2 months ago

Ryan Helfenbein: The Extremes of Sexuality Is Being Pushed Leftward

"About what's actually happening, you've probably talked about this on your program, the overton window, where sort of the extremes in our culture of sexuality is continuing to be pushed in a leftward direction. And I don't mean liberal. I mean left, right? Where it no longer even represents humanity. I mean, it goes way beyond the pale. The idea is deconstruction, really at the end of the day, if you have a society that is a sexless society. If you have a society that has taken puberty blockers, had breast removed, as actually surgically has harmed themselves, scarred themselves. This is a generation that becomes the shock troops of a cultural revolution that brings the country beyond the brink of recovery. We can not come back from that. Perceptive friend of mine who was noticing these things. His name is rod Martin. He said, look, you look at a generation and you say, this is back in the 1960s. Get them to hate mom and dad, right? Protest movement. Eventually, though, what happens? They get married. They have kids of their own. And then they realize, aha, mom and dad, we're not that dumb, right? If you get a generation, though, Eric, to hate themselves, they destroy their own bodies, there is no way to come back from that. They never experienced the joy of marriage, they never experienced the joy of children, right? Like irreparably harmed. I mean, but by the grace of God, the only way is Jesus saves, right? So culturally, people are so scarring maligning all of that to where there is no way to bring that back. That's what's happening though. It's sort of the fertile fallacy that's being planted in education at 5, 6, 7, 8. You go all the way back to Stalin, give me your children for four years, right? It's literally that thing. If they can start that early and create enough confusion in children, they'll never be a part of their parents forever. And that is when

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"rod" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

02:10 min | 3 months ago

"rod" Discussed on CarCast

"No room. Gotta carry two tires and a 120 liter fuel tank. Oh, so the pumper is sort of like. It's a machine. Yeah, it's like a cool suit thing. Just drag it behind you. Just tell me if the wheel. I just have it flop around. Can you tell us just a little bit more about before we wrap up about the film, what we can expect to see in the film. So when people want to go out and catch it. Yep, great. As I mentioned, it is about rod hall, who is a legendary figure known around the world and off road racing. He not only had been around for 50 years, but he has won probably over 200 races in his career and the 80s while he was racing for dodgy, had a 36 race win streak back to back. People know when people love him and I had originally planned on, as I mentioned doing a bit of a biography sort of wrapped into this racing that was, he was going to be doing leading up to the 50th Baja 1000 and shortly after we were filming where I got some health news that really changed those plans and it turned into a very different story at the end of the race. It was a man struggling to achieve one last thing racing against the course and the progression of a disease. And just getting him to Baja for the start line of that last race became probably the biggest challenge he'd ever faced. Well, it's compelling stuff and again, the website one more win film dot com is where you go. Let me take care of my life. Or Amazon or iTunes. Or Amazon or iTunes, sorry. Yep. No, it's okay. It's on my list. I should have said that. JB weld world's strongest bond, the brand DIYs and pros have trusted for over 50 years use their epoxies, super glues, putty sticks on projects, big and small, practically any surface metal wood, plastics, glass, ceramics, and keeping your kitchen drawer out in the toolbox or down in the garage. I have them everywhere. Also, they're the proud owner of hercule, the original DIY truck bed liner. If you're looking for the world's strongest truck bed liner, herculine.

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"rod" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

08:19 min | 3 months ago

"rod" Discussed on CarCast

"This. Just doors. Doors alone. You live in a house, especially if it's a decent sized house. You've got a lot of doors. Yeah. And they're always something. It's not catching, it's dragging, it's wetter, just expertise on doors alone. Yeah. That should be enough to get me nice pot roast or something waiting for me. Something. Right back to zero. Yeah. But yeah, it's kind of nice. Kind of nice getting in and doing stuff. And getting back in that world and I had my fingernails had so much grease under them that I actually had to dirt and grease. I had to actually clip them last night. I was like, I don't know how to clean this stuff off. You didn't just wear them as a badge of honor for a couple of days? No. Just come in here to the studio and see what's going on everybody. What's the crap out of me? I get the little brush and I did it. I went the only brush I could find was in the kitchen sink. So I did it with that. But I didn't want to say anything because people are going to use it now for us. They should know. All right, so we got the Amy Lerner coming in. Tell us about Amy Lerner while I find my spot. Yeah, she's been on before. It's been a little while since she's coming in. She's been a big racer and off road. And put together a documentary called one more win about rob hall. We're going to learn all about that Doc, where we can see it and how she put it together and jumping into the entertainment industry. She does the first female Dakar challenge safari rally, I'm looking here, but it's the car to wear. The car challenge, what word is that? A stress Australians in. I think is that a real word? Yeah, I don't know where that is. Could have been Australia. Australasian, australasian, so australasian is Asian and us. Australia. How did all those connect? Natural Asia is a region which comprises Australia, New Zealand and some neighboring islands. Wow. Yeah. Okay. So it used to be Paris to Dakar. Yeah. Back in the day, then I heard there was some trouble and they couldn't go through that region of the world without some. Incidents with terrorists and things like that. So now maybe things have changed. We'll talk to her about that. First of all, screwing up our racing. First of all, you're talking about Newsom. McGuire's car waxes have come a long way over the last few years. Maguire's launched the next generation of protective products, specifically geared toward DIYs. Oh, that's me. Hybrid ceramic spray wax, McGuire's hybrid ceramic liquid wax, hybrid ceramic spray detailer. Hybrid ceramic wash and wax and hybrid wash. The wash mit too can get that. For 2022, Maguire is introduced hybrid ceramic pre wax prep. Revive paint easily remove swirls and other minor defects, hybrid ceramic trim, restore, restores the darkness and the shine to the exterior. So if you're driving a Chevy avalanche, that's the one that's got all that. That's like 40% plastic on the outside. Definitely want to get some McGuire. And now Maguire says hybrid ceramic solution for everyone. So you like your car and you work on your car like we do, you get McGuire's over there. Good to see you, Amy. Thanks for having me. Nice to see you guys. Yeah, so let's talk about the Doc. One more win. What got you going down the road part in the Panama making docs? It actually was a story and a friend of mine, a man named rod hall, who gave me my very first off road driving lesson beckon in 2010 maybe it was and I ran into him in 2015 at the off road motor sports Hall of Fame award dinner shortly after I saw you guys and watched your Paul Newman documentary winning and rod and I were just catching up about what he was up to and that in a couple of years he was going to be doing the 50th anniversary Baja 1000 race and that he was the only person who had raced every single iteration of that race since the very first year in 1967. Wow. Just kind of rolled everything around in my head called in the next day and I said, hey, I've got this crazy idea. How about I make a documentary going through your history back to the early 60s in off road racing? The racing that you're going to be doing leading up to the 50th race and your 50th race record setting attempt. And he said, you know Amy, people have come to me over the years, can I write a book? Can I do a movie? And I've always said no, but because you're the one who asked me, I'm going to say yes. What was he driving in the early days of the Baja 1000? At the very first race he drove in what he describes as a pink Jeep that he bought from a dealer somewhere in Southern California that supposedly was owned by an old lady who only drove it on Sundays and his wife packed him up a cooler and it took a couple of tools and off they went down the Peninsula, but later days and the race in 19 60 9 that he won overall was in a Ford Bronco. So we raced for Bronco number of years in the early days. It would have been about the time or a little later than the famous holy Bronco that sold. At auction, I think sold for like 4 million bucks or something. Remember that a couple of years ago, it's beautiful. I think there's a sweet spot in every car genre, race car genre. It's like F one cars now or technologically pretty cool, but when you look at them, they'll just kind of look the same and they're not that sweet and to me it's like F one has that kind of like 74 to 77 73 to 77. There's kind of a cool sweet spot aesthetically at least of the cars. And I feel that way with sports car racing and blah blah blah. Le Mans 70, 71, 72, some of the offerings from portion for our and that kind of stuff. But that late 60s mid late 60s Bronco in the off road trim. That's just, that just says to me, off road. Like if I was right and put a picture of an off road vehicle in the dictionary, that's the one I would put. Yeah, it's absolutely an iconic era in off road racing, those Broncos. And I had a chance to race that Bronco myself at the mid 400 with rod's granddaughter Shelby. Oh really? And I each took half the race driving and it was amazing and terrifying because I was driving in this automotive history. Yeah. I was going to ask about it. As iconic as it is, that's an off road racer. It also feels like it would be brutal. It was. The fun part of it was that a couple of years back when rod and Shelley decided to restore the Bronco and raise it again Ford gave him a crate engine that they dropped in. So we had a bunch of zip, but the suspension of a tractor. I should correct myself big holy sold it Mikhail at Indy for 1.9187 or something. Yes. And big Ole is actually going to be raced in the norm Mexican 1000 at the beginning of May. Really? Yes. Who is that human? I like people to do that. Yeah. 2 million and then racism. You know, that's something I should know and I apologize. The name is now coming to me right now. Yeah, that's pretty cool. Well, I think now it's part of the history of the car. The modern history, you know? I see it all the time where people go raced at the petite Le Mans. Recently. And it arguably adds value to the car. We've had this conversation about, of course, the street cars like taking the 9 35 and doing the Rolex historics or Goodwood.

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Is It Time for a Complete Overhaul of ATF? Erich Pratt Explains

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:09 min | 4 months ago

Is It Time for a Complete Overhaul of ATF? Erich Pratt Explains

"Is it time for a complete overhaul of ATF? You know, that's an interesting question that's been debated by a lot of Second Amendment activists, because you get rid of the agency, there's still the laws in place that require the job to be done that they're doing. So let me just argue. We don't do away with ATF, but there's another agency that I would like to see redone or reimagine. That's called the core of engineers, okay? The deals with our water and everything else. But is there a way to take the ATF, get it back to its core competencies and not have it be a lightning rod for the Second Amendment issues? Well, you know, I think one thing you were saying earlier, there are some good people at the ATF. I mean, there are whistleblowers that come out. There are some people that we work with. I mean, there are. But typically it's been corrupt from the top down. And that's one reason why we so strenuously, oh my goodness fought to keep David chipman who was just an anti gun zealot from being confirmed. And I'll tell you that. That right there shows that the American people voicing their concerns can make a difference because there's no reason why in a Democrat Senate. I mean, I know it's 50 50, but with Kamala, you get the tie breaker. There's no reason why he shouldn't have been confirmed. I mean, just look at every judge that Biden puts up. They all get confirmed 51 50, okay? This should have been no different except we raised such a stink. And it wasn't just us. Other gun groups too, but just rallying the grassroots made a huge difference. And so not only did we keep the squishy Republicans against camp, but we even pulled even people beyond Joe Manchin of West Virginia. There were some other senators who were also saying, I just can't go with

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Daily Mail: Nancy Pelosi's Son Is Embroiled in Sixth FBI Probe

Mark Levin

01:43 min | 5 months ago

Daily Mail: Nancy Pelosi's Son Is Embroiled in Sixth FBI Probe

"Nancy Pelosi's son daily mail exclusive embroiled in his 6th FBI probe This time in San Francisco official who was allegedly bribed to remove permit violations against squalid flop house the pit owned by his ex-girlfriend Whoo A lot in that sense Paul Pelosi junior not to be confused with a stupid big dad Paul Pelosi junior is involved in an FBI investigation into San Francisco officials who are allegedly bribed to remove violations at his ex-girlfriend's property But you know what these hunter Pelosi know how to pick them don't they City permit expediter Rod what do you got santas A former president of the San Francisco building inspection commission was indicted for fraud in November Santos has accused of having his clients donate thousands of dollars to building inspector Bernie kerens rugby club in exchange for city permits Pelosi seems to match the description of client number 9 Who wrote the Golden Gate youth rugby association of $1500 check according to prosecutor's documents the money was meant to encourage current to remove violation notices against a squalid mission district hotel that had a history of permit violations a federal criminal complaint details alleged text messages from Santos telling client 9 to drop of a check to the sports club With pleasure client 9 replied and later sent Santa's a picture of a $1500 check with the message made the donation and it's being sent now Anyway earlier this month a daily mail dot com investigation revealed he was linked to 5 other federal probes in the pet

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Vaccine mandate to kick in for first wave of health workers

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Vaccine mandate to kick in for first wave of health workers

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Yvette Mimieux, '60s starlet of 'Time Machine,' dies at 80

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Yvette Mimieux, '60s starlet of 'Time Machine,' dies at 80

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"rod" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

The Twilight Zone Podcast

04:19 min | 8 months ago

"rod" Discussed on The Twilight Zone Podcast

"A few weeks ago now here on the podcast we spoke to nick. Parisi the president of the road sailing memorial foundation and one of the things we spoke about was that on the fifteenth of this month of october. They will be launching a kickstarter in an attempt to fund a statue of rod sailing in recreation park binghamton new york his hometown. An honor that i think is long overdue. And i'm sure that you agree with that. And in the first day or two it was looking pretty good if that momentum had to carried on the probably would have been no problem funding this now. The target was nine hundred thousand dollars. Which is a hefty price tag bbut for a big statue that's gonna live on for decades and decades in a public place that is to be expected but after that initial flurry of activity died down a little bit as usually happens with these kick. Starters we find ourselves in a bit of a lull a bit of a period where the pledges are still coming in. But they're not quite as fast as they used to be now at the moment it saying that there is nineteen thousand two hundred eight dollars pledged of the nine hundred thousand goal and there is eighteen days left to go. So there's still quite a mountain left to climb now tonight. i'm going to take a trip to the fished. I mentioned to begin the end of our season for coverage with the final episode of season. For and i was just going to mention it in nap where i think we need to jump on this. You know we as twilight zone fans fans of rudd sailing. I thought i would make a special effort to put the word out now over an after hours club. We manage to get together. You know a nice song to put to that. And it's already been put into the fund air but as you can see there's a lot more to go at the moments does roughly around seventy one thousand dollars left to go so so. If a thousand people gave seventy dollars that statue would be pretty much funded now. I know that much more than a thousand people. Listen to this podcast bought understandably not everyone is going to be able to contribute at that level. Some people can give more. Some people can give less but some people might not be able to afford to give anything but that's not the only way to contribute you know everyone has social media accounts people can tweet about. This people can put on their facebook and instagram and really helped to get the wear out. That is one. I'm here asking you to do to help us get this statue funded in recreation park binghamton so if you can give some money than go to rudd sailing monument dot com and that will take you directly to the kickstarter where you can pledge. And after you've done there does handy buttons there you can share on facebook. You can tweet about it you can email people about it and like i say if you can't afford to contribute your cells then please just help to publicize tell your friends about it. Tweeted out put on your facebook and let's really help get the word out there because there is not an that i would like more than to meet all of you and binghamton when the statue was erected and there is some great at bonuses on this kickstarter like i say you can get a brick with your wedding on it that is going to be put into the base of this statue or pavements around the statue and if you can't afford it yourself there may be clubbing with some friends to do it. You know how great would it be to get your name and your friends name at the base of the statue there for all time as a as a market that you've helped what they're so. I'm not gonna go on much longer but we have eighteen days to go to raise quite a lot of money here so if you can help please do because i want to see you in binghamton next year and we can all gather around that statue and pay our respects to the great man and give him the honor that he has more than.

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"rod" Discussed on Agent of Wealth

Agent of Wealth

03:13 min | 9 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Agent of Wealth

"That. That is that is the Holistic approach to what it is you do. I love it love hearing that in when i was eighteen as relates two goals i lived in denver and but i knew i wanted to live on the beach and of course be denver but and i would visualize the palm trees in the surf in the sand and all of that for twenty years. Twenty years later. I built this eight million dollar ten thousand square foot mansion on the beach at the beach on one side. It was called off debate. So i owned. I owned the bay of the bay side as well. So you know. I had my boat lifts on the back side and the beach on the other side and that was unthinkable when i was eighteen but again. There's howard visualization i. Would i would visualize it. And i made it happen. Three months after i moved in. I'm floating in the pool at night. I worked for this thing for twenty years. And i'm looking up this ten thousand square foot testament to my ego which is really what it was. It was proved the world. That was good enough. When i looked you know when i dissect it that was the truth of it. I look at this thing. And i got depressed. And i don't mean just a little bummed. I mean really bumped and i'm like what the hell i'd just achieve success. I had the mercedes in the garage. The maserati all this other stupid stuff. And i had by societal standards achieved incredible success and i was really bummed and so i went out and bought some books. You know because. I'm a goalie on a couch. Although i believe in therapy at that time i didn't but i do now but i went out and got you know napoleon hale and zig ziglar back then and and i got tony robbins book which i got halfway through mike. I really liked this guy. So i went and saw him. This is twenty plus years ago. Twenty one twenty two years ago and saw that he fed families for the holidays. And i'm like what a concept you know. do something for someone else. Because i've been totally focused on me. And so there were several things going on back then when i got was depressed. Let me talk about those real quick one of them was. You should never achieve a big goal without having other goals lined up behind it like the good book says without a vision that people perishing your vision for the future. And i didn't know what i was going to do next. So that's number one second thing we talked about earlier. It's never about the goals. Happiness comes from progress and growth and again. I didn't know what i was going to do. Next and got acknowledged that progress even a little bit just a little bit every week. You should look back at the previous week and say okay. Good job you did that. Even even it's a minor thing so it's about progress and growth but the big thing was i've been totally focused on myself. You know prove the world. I matter provable. I'm good enough. Rod rod rod rod rod. And like i said once twenty side. He fed families for the holidays. He's fed millions. I'm like you know what. I liked that so i flew to denver. It was for thanksgiving. And i told my brother. Let's go feed five families and so we went to his church found five families that really needed help. The third one changed my life We go to this row house. It was like a not even a one bedroom was crappy one bedroom..

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What We Can Learn About Christian Citizenship With John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:10 min | 9 months ago

What We Can Learn About Christian Citizenship With John Zmirak

"There are many Americans that are looking to us. I talked to them on planes. I know that they are, they're worried about the times in which we live. And I know that God has allowed us the privilege of encouraging them and speaking the truth. You well, people listening to the program know that an hour or one I talked to Larry about the column, the article that he wrote in the spectator about this issue, he uses David French. It's not simply the single out David French, but it's an issue about how some Christians think and how it's not only faulty, but it's become very, very damaging. It's very harmful. And we need to correct it. And by God's grace, folks like David French and others will see this error by God's grace, I hope. But you yourself have written an article dealing with Larry's article and with this issue. So you write at stream stream dot org, the stream. Let's talk about that first and then we'll do something really fun, but we don't want to give it away. Go ahead. All right, I'm talking not just about David French, but some of the other writers who resemble whose arguments resemble his names like Russell Moore, rod prayer and stetzer Michael gerson people who were spectacularly and publicly anti Trump. At the time of a very close election. And when it was coming up to a very close election, where the balance was between electing this, the secret committee formally known as Joe Biden. This monstrosity that's happening around us that Joe Biden is the sock puppet for. Or voting for an imperfect candidate who made mean tweets, but tried to save babies. Donald Trump, I have my criticisms, Eric, you have yours, there are all things we wish he'd done differently. They were all things we would win sad or criticized. You know, because he's a human

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"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"I got access to see all the costumes from discovery season. One also card. Recently the klingon spaces were amazing to get the level of detail. They put off sets the costumes stuff that even the camera would never see being onset there and seeing the i mean again they had insignias on the bridge that were on the floor. That were this big. Which i don't care what four k. hd system you have you're never gonna see it not spared no expense in every detail had. It was incredible. What you know supposedly the plaque that appears on every starship they actually had Your father's name as the commissioning admiral for the for the one. Oh seven does a nice touch. Yes they do. We'd never saw it but it's there was nair. Well listen i. I had the privilege of when i was thirteen running around as a pa on the set of the next generation. And i remember an engineering. I think most fans know the story by now but there was that sort of a silhouetted breakout of the enterprise that showed everything and it was purple and orange. And all that and you could see that it had certain things that might be on a ship but then in the corner at had a race car and then over here there was a rubber duck and then over here that was a hamster wheel and so They eventually. I dunno fifth season or something had to take it out because they finally needed to do a close up. Shot of that But those sorts of things were always so cute and clever that the art team think they've may have gotten in trouble for it but you know what good for them. They should have some fun and do that. So that's that was great. No thing says we're understand but there was a certain panels and things or that were so small. You wouldn't see it on television but they actually had lines from the gilligan's island our theme on their fantastic fantastic..

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"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

04:45 min | 9 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"Yes i mean really sensational So i am very impressed with that. The the actors and the caliber and the abilities of been If there's ever a weak story the acting and casts keep me engaged and so that's a great testament to them absolutely. No i mean. I remember negro talking to her when she was on the walking dead when i heard she was going to go on discovery i was like are right at a great start right there and doug jones of course yes i mean right now. Only that that the entire cast of the sweetest people. I haven't had a tremendous amount of opportunity to get to know them very well. But i have been able to to speak to them and get to know them a little bit and they are the most humble loving cast of people who nothing more they want nothing more than just to be a part of star trek and make great and do right by the fans and do right by my father. They truly care about their jobs. They don't want just a paycheck. They wanna make a difference and they know that they can and so That that is the power of star trek right now in the industry people want to be a part of it because they wanna be a part of the special he. I mean the legacy of it. I don't think your father would have guessed. It became what it became. I mean he was just trying to keep it on. The air show was on a story that i tell that that i think is fun and and i think really charming of my father is that i heard at one of the conventions that he went to 'cause he didn't often go to conventions but when he did and this is Right around you know. The first couple of seasons of next generation he he would go out on stage and he folded his arms and he looked across the room with a bit of a smirk side to side. And kinda said.

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"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

03:20 min | 9 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"So or at least on board the enterprise coming anyhow yes and we might even see that character on an upcoming series coming out which i don't think is a secret but i'll just get sealed in case i'm not supposed to be saying something i mean when i went to that star char trek convention. I remember very well that it was a very dark time for star. Trek and dissenter was nothing on the air. Yeah it was just basically conventions like that. They would screen episodes and thank god for syndication. I just changed everything that did that changed everything. That was the gadget. Yeah that gave star trek the opportunity to get into more minds of the young people out. There who wanted that future mandate would. It's the young young kids of the seventies that that really gave star trek. It's leads yeah. I'll tell you. The new shows discovery it. I have a big screen. It looks terrific on the big screen high main folks running it or super talented picard. I'm still warming up to lower deck's i'll be honest with janda. No no it's okay. It's warming up but I saw an episode for the second season. I actually really liked. Oh good airs to tomorrow. The next day. I don't under twelfth. I believe is wanted because the twelfth. I'm yeah i mean we have. We have paramount plus. So we've been able to keep keep in touch with all the shows and destroy treks have been phenomenal. They were really really good. Yeah now they've done a great job with those. Yeah yeah it's great to see a roddenberry name on the credits at the end of every episode and appreciate that. I appreciate that we are. We are a very small piece of it. We have a beautiful seat. At the table we collaborate with the writing staff in the producing staff. We get to share our thoughts and ideas and and every now and then if we should think things could be a little bit more Dare i use the word roddenberry but more optimistic or perhaps more altruistic We do share those notes and we get great feedback. We work well together so I really i really couldn't be happier. I understand that the new shows are different from the old ones but the same thing happened when the original series went to the next generation and equal people were up in arms and it was very hard for a lot of people to adopt but.

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"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

Trek Capsule

04:03 min | 9 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Trek Capsule

"Rod. It's great to talk to you. I i actually had the pleasure of seeing your father at a star trek convention. The old commodore hotel here in new york city was there a long Original cast with zero except for mr shat and we had a great time. And it's a memory of never forget. You know i'm trying to hunt down recordings of all of those lectures my father. Did i have a few of them. Which are quite spectacular. Listen to because you know there was someone. They're recording it. Oh yeah i find them fascinating to listen to what roddenberry productions is doing Honoring him at the amazing age of one hundred 'cause i i consider him immortal because of what he's done really and getting the quotes from all these people that are working on all the different shows pretty fantastic. Talk about how that came about. I mean there's many aspects to it You know it comes. First of all it comes from me personally. I mean i love my father and to think that he would have been a hundred on august. Nineteenth is just. It's just incredible. Would i also wanted to do as i do with everything that is star trek related star trek as a platform to continue getting the message out there. The message of infinite diversity in infinite combinations which is the true appreciation for all things that are different regardless of form but more so in idea in star trek. They were always out there exploring the galaxy but they weren't looking for strange looking aliens. They were looking for intelligent beings that looked at the universe in a different way because we as a species had gotten to the point where we realized that it was our intellectual evolution that moved us forward. Our ability to digest and engage in new in different ideas is what made us smarter and able to survive using my father's centennial. We wanted to continue to get that message out there. Now because of real world circumstances in cove it in the pandemic you know we wanted to do more public things. Unfortunately we've just had to cancel another one but we're hoping to time shift it to twenty twenty two for now. We're focusing on the the online campaigns and the one that we really have the the umbrella is think track guess and that that is everything as simple as the fun part of his anyone out there. Who's got a phone and a camera these days. If you see anything that makes you think of star trek. It could be the shape of branches that looked like the star trek insignia. Perhaps the clouds in the sky look like the enterprise stain on your desk. Whatever the case may take a picture of it put it on whatever social media platform you want and hashtag think trek. I guarantee if you go there now and look up trek. You'll see some wonderful Photos very clever very inspiring and it's it's it is the fun part but as i say the ideas keep the subtext and message going through We have another one called make trek. Which we've we've employed a an incredibly talented blocked builder by the name of san meal hat maker. He was on the first season of lego masters and he He not on the show. But i've seen his office in. He has easing beautiful collages of famous actors and actresses and socially relevant a objects in that he's made just from memory and he's incredibly talented so we asked him to come aboard and make some item some some collages mosaics that are representative of star trek and its philosophy and my father. We've we've i believe we've got four of them out in terms of photographed..

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Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

Mark Levin

01:57 min | 9 months ago

Tracking Clinton Campaign Lawyer Michael Sussmann Since the Nunes Report

"So everything I did based on the house Intel drop was chrono chronological order as it was presented And it starts here From the Nunes memo both the DOJ and the FBI petitioned the fisa court to begin to surveil a Trump campaign adviser we later learned was Carter page On October 21st 2016 just two and a half weeks before the election The application had to be certified by the FBI's director or deputy director The attorney general Deputy Attorney General or assistant attorney general to the NSA The initial warrant on Carter page was issued and renewed three times Every 90 days which took you through the rest of the campaign Through the election the president elect period in the early months of the Trump presidency FBI director James Comey signed three of those fisa court warrants Comey sign three deputy FBI director Andrew mccabe signed one Deputy Attorney General's Sally Yates Dana bonetta and rod Rosenstein they signed one Christopher Steele was an FBI source He was initially paid first payment a $160,000 by the DNC and the Clinton campaign to create the dossier via Perkins coy and fusion GPS Okay so this is now the place where sussman fits in Everywhere we have the law firm Perkins coy We now know that was sussman

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Two Unseeded Teens Battle Their Way Into US Open Final

The World: Latest Edition

00:55 sec | 10 months ago

Two Unseeded Teens Battle Their Way Into US Open Final

"Head to the courts. Now center court at arthur ashe stadium. That is tomorrow is the. Us open's women's final though you'd be excused for thinking. It's a junior's match. Two teenagers murad o'connor from the uk and layla fernandez from canada. Are squaring off in flushing meadow in queens new york sports writer. A springer joins us now. She writes about the intersection of sports in society. So this match between two teenagers. A condo and fernandez are we witnessing history here shera in some respects were witnessing history is the first time. Two teenagers have met in the final of a major since the nineteen ninety nine. Us open. That was when serena williams who was then seventeen defeated martina hingis who was than eighteen however at that point in nineteen ninety nine williams and hinges. Were already well known tennis stars. That is not the case for rod kanu and fernandez.

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Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power

The Mini-Break

01:44 min | 10 months ago

Historic All-Teen Women's Final Caps an Open Defined by Young Star Power

"Amerada. Keanu is that good hits the backhand with ease when she has time to set on the forehand lookout can change directions off both wings is fluid out of her. Corners is a reluctant but competent. Volleyer more than fine. She just the way. She springs her legs into the serve. The way she keeps her back swings condensed on the return of serve. She can do it all and so again when we look at this matchup for rod kanye moving forward in the final against leyla fernandez. Two players playing with house money. And i posited this theory and this worming to end the show. Because i gotta go do some knoxville stuff. So i do apologize again for the lack of complete Analysis like we've had on some of her past recaps but it's interesting to note you know the players ages twenty two to twenty eight. They grew up watching caroline. Wozniacki reach world number one but just take lump after lump in the grand slams and just you know again have to deal with the pressure and the narrative of the pressure over and over again until she broke through. Same deal with simona hal. Made what three four grand slam finals before. She was able to capture her first title. And you just see you know. Repeatedly players like please give who in her prime and was at the top of the game win so many of these players were watching the sport closely sheesh struggled with the pressures and i think too you know. The players sap lincoln older the benches of the world that socrates of the world. They think they're supposed to struggle with the pressures and they put this additional pressure on themselves because they say well. That's what the orcs always been. That's always been the narrative and while. I'm less certain of that. Half of my theory theory when i am very certain of is. That's not the case with fernandez. That's not the case with rodney keanu. That's not the case with coco goff. They grew up in the wild west air

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‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

The Director's Cut

01:41 min | 10 months ago

‘Respect’ Brings Aretha Franklin's Story to the Big Screen

"Today's episode takes us behind. The scenes of director lethal tommy's new biographical drama respect. The film follows the remarkable life of the queen of soul aretha franklin from her early days singing in her father's church choir to her journey to find her voice in the midst of the turbulent social and political landscape of nine hundred sixty s america to becoming a legendary international musical superstar in addition to respect ms thomas other direct royal credits. Include episodes of dolly. Parton heartstrings mrs fletcher jessica jones. The walking dead insecure diet land and queens schober following recent screening of the film at the dj theater in new york. Ms thomas spoke of fellow. Director rod blank about filming respect. Listen on their spoiler Conversation liza congratulations. Thank you thank you. I'm saying that as your sister of cinema your former flatmate former golden girl So so thrilled for you and what's to come on this. What a way to begin a career as a film director. And so i guess my first question to you is like what does it feel like being on this side of things now that the film is done and out into the world how do you where are you inside. I feel more tired than i've ever felt in my life. I didn't know that doing the press would be more tiring than actually shooting the film. No one told me that

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California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

NPR News Now

00:45 sec | 11 months ago

California Wildfires Have Torched More Than 1.5m Acres This Year

"Fires continue to rage in california scott rod of member station capela radio reports more than one and a half million acres have burned so far this year fire crews are currently battling over a dozen large wildfires in california. The dixie fire has grown to the second largest fire in state history and continues to threaten communities in plumas and lassen counties. The kaldor fire has blanketed. the lake. tahoe region with hazardous levels of smoke leaving popular resort areas deserted. The federal government has closed nine national forests in the state through labor day. due to extreme fire risks. Last year california saw a record. Four point three million acres burned. The state is on pace to match that number this year

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Would Trump Help or Hurt Larry Elder in California’s Governor Race?

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:45 min | 11 months ago

Would Trump Help or Hurt Larry Elder in California’s Governor Race?

"What do you think would it would trump help or hurt. Larry elder rod. What do you think. Damn i you know. I think trump and a big conservative. But i think he would hurt because newsome is already trying to make a big issue just about trump and and not talk about the issue just kind of like you know. Look over here. Look over here. Guys is rather the issue using. I do think it would hurt. And you know i got it i. I'm sorry to interrupt you. I mean i tend to agree with you. although normally i'd want to see him out there but maybe it would. It would truly be one of those rare times when president trump would be more of a distraction more of a hindrance than a help. Well you know it's just like if you look at the ballot. What gavin put on the ballot. You know he's all trying to invoke trump right had to go to court on that a lot of people don't know that but you know even invoking trump's name but again to your point flip the table and let larry talk about what. Here's joe biden. Look at his failures coming to see another thing. That's what he's doing. He's doing a great job. In that larry has been real consistent and real steady. This this campaign is so smart. And i i have been following this pretty closely. The new york times latest headpiece is is like one of shock and awe. Like oh this could happen. Larry elder could absolutely and because of the way these recall things. Play out if you haven't followed this. All they have to do is get to a fifty percent margin of voters who want to recall gavin newsom and then the top republican challenger is the is the next governor and right. Now that's larry by a mile.

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What Is Link Rot?

Reset

01:27 min | 11 months ago

What Is Link Rot?

"What exactly is link. Rot so link. Rod is an umbrella term. For what happens when you're surfing the web and you click on a link and the content that opens up on the other end either is completely gone or it has changed in a way that you weren't expecting a lot of users of the weber familiar with that dreaded four four page not found error and. That's the prime example of link up in a lot of ways it's part of the design of the internet. One of the most powerful things about the web is that it's a place where the most up-to-date information can exist and where content creators can be in control of what they're putting out into the world. It allows people to be constantly improving their websites and changing the way that they have users navigate their websites. There's also things like new internet protocols that happened that changed the way website works which can break links. Sometimes people sell the domains that they manage or they just stop paying them which causes them to go down. There's all sorts of reasons and again it's kind of just a inevitable part of the internet a lot of ways. Our team talks a lot about the dilemma of the internet. Being that like the thing that you want to disappear like that really embarrassing photos that you took in two thousand four is always gonna stick around and be somewhere on the web but the thing that you actually need is going to be lost forever

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"rod" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I used to be a wizard figuring everything out and while i am. I'm not. I'm not in my oldest years yet. I'm i'm forty seven. And i'm having trouble figuring out a number of things these days but luckily i've got an eight year old. Who's teaching me more and more. Oh that's great that's great. Yeah being adapted to risk. My child is older but She's she's a teacher and she's thirty six but She's doing well she's doing well. Congratulations thank you rod. It's a privilege to talk to you. And i do appreciate all the worker doing and keeping your father's legacy alive and You know it's important for people to realize who he was. He hit on an amazing idea and an inspired me to do what. I'm doing honestly this picture. This picture of the enterprise was that the intrepid here in new york they had an exhibit would the original enterprise air and it was like lit up. It's really cool. That's gonna say that's a beautiful shot. And then i got. They had a replica of the one. Oh seventy that. I got the chance to sit in the command share and the and took the kobayashi meru test Yeah my wife. And i went. We had a great time. And a lot of the props costumes were there. And i've also been lucky to at san diego comic con. When i worked there. I got access to see all the costumes from discovery season. One also card. Recently the klingons pacers were amazing into the level of detail..

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"rod" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

04:20 min | 11 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"I can tell you i think casting for discovery and picard Those have been sensational. Yes i mean really sensational So i am very impressed with that the actors and the caliber and the abilities of been If there's ever a weak story the acting and casts keep me.

"rod" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

Sci-Fi Talk

05:55 min | 11 months ago

"rod" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk

"Say. Why are we all bickering about this nonsense of skin. Color right now. I guarantee you in the future it will be a non issue so anyhow rambo ramble rambo ramble. A word. i okay jim. Great stuff and he he was he was quite a man. I've actually had the pleasure being around a while that i've actually covered i final conflict near viewing a few of the people on that show in new viewing the entire crew the android bitter when the show i went on the air. Yes so. I was lucky to do that. And i've been speaking to trevor on an off good and also that's amazing film. You did that. Three hundred sixty degrees. Film witch not revolutionary. Your dad would giving you an atta boy for that one for sure. I appreciate that and once again. You just mentioned a couple of names but we hired people who were incredibly talented. a greg. Arana wits is yeah. Whatever he puts his hands on literally becomes a masterpiece. It truly does that. Those of you out here. Look greg arana wits. He's on social media. He is whatever you can learn about him there. He had a career with some of the biggest people in hollywood and then just decided to go out and do things that he loves really interesting film. I remember talking to one of the actors and they said normally when you're not on camera directly you can just kinda go somewhere but you're on camera all the time because you're sitting there and you have to stay in character is really why amer shot three hundred sixty degrees. That mean. no one was safe. You had to include the set directors and producers and everyone else had to be behind the set. No-one could be an and you couldn't let your guard down for a second. No absolutely not. I get a very special pleasure watching the other star trek shows and hearing your mom's voice in the episode as the computer ship a brilliant move that was and she continued for many years into voyager..

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"rod" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

07:05 min | 1 year ago

"rod" Discussed on Best of The Steve Harvey Morning Show

"Dads deserve more than just one day. They deserve to be recognized every day. That's why they have tons of awesome gifts. Dads are gonna love year round from outdoor entertaining to team apparel in assessories to watch baseball. Hats and fur doors to active wear from top brands like nike adidas under armour. You'll find all his favorite things at kohl's so shop now at kohls dot com. It's the perfect way to thank. All the dads in your life get ready to rock with the new peacock original. We are lady parts. A meters world is filled with societal expectations. What to way who to date and how to act but in a spirit of punk he refuted stay in one box see learned that she doesn't have to choose to be just one thing especially when she meets the all female muslim punked man lady parts. The bold and unapologetic six part series has something for everyone. Humor heart and lots epic punk music. Every episode of we are lady parts is streaming now exclusively on peacock sign up at peacock tv dot com to get started. Well you guys know that it's summertime. People can't wait to travel and go on vacation. So steve i gotta ask you this. What are you like most about going on vacation Yesterday we saw you and marjorie fishing junior and your family tommy. Your mommy fish was happening. Steve just on the backyard. We just added in the back yard. Y'all see role vacation. We go vacation. It ain't vacation if i was on vacation wise. I'm on this radio vacation right. All right just went out back to see marjorie. She was. She won't have fish. I gotta go down there. Set all herod's and stuff up for and i wasn't even trying to fish. I had on slides and everything and then she down there. She wanted us another rod. So i had to go there to show how to use that type of rod. She won't use my rod which i use bait cast. She ready for that because now she goes burdens all day. Long she threw. I told her not use my rod. One time well. It just is three. Different rods is is is open. Face is a is a all bail house. And it's a bait casting bake cast. You'll know by show what you asked me. What see i. Don't shirley me deal with what you castres. Just throw the rod in the water and catch a fish. They wanted extra stuff okay so anyway in the backyard it fishing go ahead and tell us on. Say we're so we don't we. Don't be we crab people we go out. We got crab down. Yeah we do crave you know when we do get down time because it'd be a fight on the way down because somebody forgot the midst now we're going to stop and get this never gets baked. We it'd be all day by time. We get the day of that went back in war. We were waiting to get caught. They take too long to staff. I'm hungry man. You may. I fist in tampa. Today i called a unique willie was unique to me. I never call one. Call a papa note. I caught a pompadour goofy eating. Eat aid but that was the first time catching on food which was a good experience. I didn't obey tap fish. Be black official. Holo i ka fish in my backyard yesica counter. I ain't got thank you and he got the league at lake. I'm not on a lake. That's right. I'm really got big boy mate property at his estate at chateau a. I'm just a little reshare. Shared river property with other people go back toward lake. Lake is bigger than mine size matters. We're talking about right now vacation. Also vacation down to the chateau remember. You said that. I didn't go nowhere. I didn't go nowhere. Have you ever been titian garlic. Never been fishing. No i wanna learn. It saves a relaxing. Oh it is very. There is one of my absolute favorite things to do. Oh it's an it's your favorite thing to learn. you see what. Steve says one of his favorite things to do. Oh absolutely i like fishing more than i like playing golf or soccer. you know. Fisherman's dope all right. We're moving on okay Coming up next. The nephew is here and he'll have a prank phone. Call for you right after this. You're listening to morning. Show the ben thinking about mcdonald's old day can't get it off my mind. I can already toast it. Got my mind on my mouth in my mouth. Ready for some mickey days deal. There's a deal for every moment at mcdonald's right now get to of your favorites for just. Three fifty makes magic. Classic mcchicken a hot and spicy mcchicken or juicy mcdonnell price for dissipation may vary cannot be combined with combo meal single item at regular price. About prints biggie. Mick jagger miles davis. This isn't about them. This is about a girl a podcast about women whose stories have been clipped by the legends of their famous partners. Might take garcia marianne faithfull. Norma tanega all coming at you and season two about a girl. Listen to about a girl on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Wherever you get your podcasts..

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"rod" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

03:10 min | 1 year ago

"rod" Discussed on The Crossover NBA Show with Chris Mannix

"Let's start here. John like for people that have been following the timber sale. The name alex rodriguez kinda came out of nowhere to take us through kind of where this offer came from. And what you know about a rod getting involved. Yeah i'll tell you chris. I've been following this timber. Wolves sale for years. Glenn taylor's been looking for a successor for a long long time and even for me. It came out of nowhere. So really you know. He has had several occasions over the last five six years where he sort of flirted with other possible groups to come in and take things over eventually from him could never get a deal done or agreement or an agreement in place and then this just this last week all of a sudden sort of nowhere. Come alex rodriguez and marc lory. They get interested. They tried to buy the mets. Last year didn't quite work out for them. And they got connected to glenn taylor as his search for a successor was dragged on. They got with him and met with him last week. And it with one meeting on on monday and then another meeting on saturday the ball just really got rolling. Very quickly If you guys know glenn taylor all he is a billionaire but he really wants more than anything to have personal connections with the people. He does business with and go up. Alex rodriguez and marc lory. Really kind of did a good job of showing that this was more than just a business transaction to them and i think that he really appreciated that very intimate gatherings this last week to hash things out there. Still some is to be dotted. T's to be crossed there in this negotiating period right now but all of the big things have been agreed upon the price. Keeping the thing in minnesota. All these other things that have happened. So now they're progressing toward really finalizing this thing and everyone's operating under the assumption that it's going to happen so john let's assume that it actually does happen and as i understand it from reading your stuff. It's going to be a couple of years before a rod and his partner are in control. Glenn taylor will slowly hand this off over a couple of years so we may not see the impact immediately. Whatever that impact might be someone. I ask you the impossible question because of course this is just now happening and to my knowledge. No one's even really been able to speak with iran and partner about what they might do. Do we have any sense. Of what a shift in ownership might mean after obviously a very long run by glenn taylor because the franchise has had more bad than good if not for the existence of kevin garnett. It's pretty pretty desolate. And so if there's going to be a new direction charted. Do we have any sense of what that might be. Or what new ownership new energy might do for this franchise. Yeah i think that's that's what it is. It's kind of new. Energy is what has to happen. Here.

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"rod" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

03:12 min | 1 year ago

"rod" Discussed on Strength To Be Human --Literary Podcast, Hosted by Mark Antony Rossi

"And I never wanted to be cavalier about it but I was wondering you're talking about when she actually consider it all that I look at everything before I call this guy a name or make fun of this guy or be judgmental of this fellow and I'm not. Not, that I have a true understanding of why somebody steps out like that because I really don't and I've never on a personal basis done that even appreciated that kind of behavior I just don't. He may be approved. I don't care, but just never never appreciate that. Me I always felt that if we can go in it openly and you can leave it open, you don't need to screw up the thousand in the meantime. People do all the time you leave. have their rune, which should be an open until you're done with it. But. Nevertheless that's what that that fellow got involved in I'm sure without trying to make an excuses from anyone. That some of that had to do with him dealing with depression impression and all the things that he was dealing in many instances you know when when you're a writer. Especially in in his particular field. I mean you're dealing with corporate sponsors. Giving them all kinds of hassles about the racial overtones of of his work, but the social implications of his work. I mean one time he he mentioned something into his script about a match and the the the the commercial sponsor of twilight zone. Let's listen you need to take that crap out. Now I'm Ronson I'm a lighter produce. So I, can't be talking about matches on this show I'm trying to sell some damn ladders here. That's literally what he had to do. A guy got kicked out I mean so they were not playing around sponsorship. In. The world of Rod serling the nineteen fifties would not the same as they are. Now now a- show gets controversial they risk that they can lose to sponsor. The other way it was that's that's different back. Then there was an entirely different way the sponsor paid for the show if you did something dumb did literally having somebody out there to to the studio hey, this by the way. How about you stop this crap. We're gonNA just walk away. That's how it used to be back in. So they had a real say in how things went how things were said. And that's why he had to do a lot of couching and science fiction and horror and fantasy and all kinds of different things. I think one time he had a episode where he had the Jewish Person Lens instead of a black person because he couldn't do that. Even, though the actually was happening during the time, he's doing the show in the south. So. There was so much stuff. He added simply allude to allegory all of that just because those who thinks he was up to so imagine you dealing with all that. You dealing with your own demons from war to you don't want all kinds of depression you're dealing with exhaustion. He still got a family to got to contend with and the wife. So and and of course, drinking do whatever you can do to kill whatever pain is. I guess you know. Slipping over the to a another woman now, and then probably seemed like practically standard fare for him..

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"rod" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"rod" Discussed on KCRW

"The interviewer asked rod what's the point of that why are you doing that when the people here I mean voices they will ask what's going on with their new finish and the answer will be the estimate of the grooves and the music from a difference because that's how long I want them to just to think do you mind hello you can remove the mines you can move the idea Mr does other big demand was for radio fresh to take women off the air completely read how to create a fix for this one too again here's how about the airline though yeah they face the math as far as I would have been that and also we were having a meeting and he came and he told us that they wanted to transform our voices you know now we were gonna use something to change our voices from female voices to mail and that you wouldn't be able to tell that it was a female in the first place no more mobile is on the the call so when we first heard what our voices sounded like we were laughing and it was so strange because we were like really this is like what people are going to listen to but after awhile it just became normal and it literally got to the point where I could tell you which girl was which voice but Hey you know what you mean but these days have a just feels annoyed at the voice and because the voice is so hard to listen to radio fresh reduce how long women speak on the air to a fraction of what it was.

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"rod" Discussed on JROD POD

JROD POD

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"rod" Discussed on JROD POD

"What I'm doing. Now by reading this Ad. By law by The Love Anchor, and the you. What's going on? Guys welcome back to the Jonah Rod, show number six I think for listening. This is a very special episode considering number six has been a number domino percents I was For. ironically, not six. So yeah. But it's been my soccer number. Traveled a long way. So here we are. The John Rod show number six. All right. So You know what I was looking at I. saw this earlier. It was just really weird 'cause. It was talking about multimillionaires, billionaires just brush LAN and. Think like. Okay. Warren. Buffett. Bill Gates they you know they're obviously very wealthy. Very, very wealthy man. down. is also very wealthy wealthy man. So. You know obviously there's A. Does a huge divide in what these two millionaires slash billionaires are doing. A two of them are billionaires, devils multimillionaire, but still he's on his way. And You know it's just kind of like, okay. We're Bill Gates and Warren Buffett they give a lot of their money to charity and they do good things for people. and. What was inept I what I was? Okay. So Damn Bosnians kind of douchebag. But then again I don't know if he gives money to charity I have no idea and if he doesn't You know maybe he realizes that this has life and he can do what he wants with it. So. If he makes. that. Money. no-one should scrutinize in Fort. To wants to be a Douche bag. I don't know if he is again I have no idea. But if he does he can be because he has the money. No but I do think. He has made a difference I, feel like he kind of brought venture capitalism to. You know that. That Solo Entrepreneur. Venture. Capitalist way if that makes any sense. I started listening to him when he was when I was like fucking fifteen twenty one now so. Yeah, it's it's been. You know he's I dunno I feel like he definitely has made the. The prospect of. An entrepreneurial. Endeavour much more. Much more. Howdy. Howdy. How do you say that? It's like you know idealized I guess. But Yes oh, that's weird. But I mean, honestly, who wouldn't who wouldn't love to do what he does? Just hangs out with sexy sexy girls all day and. In parties I mean you know I wonder I wonder and you know I'm pretty sure. He's pretty he's Pretty Jack Dude. I know he was going to the Navy Seals. And he did training twice like this guy's a warrior. So. Perhaps. The DAMN BUBBLES AARON PROPS BILL GATES WARREN BUFFETT FOR A. You know also publicizing the difference they're making..

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