17 Burst results for "Ralph Kinda"
"ralph kinda" Discussed on Talking Sopranos
"Let's get back to the episode Murphy's office tony arrives. Gloria trillo played by the great at a belus your she first time glitchy bell and i go back. I met una bella over thirty years ago on the set of jungle fever. We played I played her. Brother was frank. Vincent was the father annabella. Who's the star. The movie wesley snipes at myself than dara played her brothers. David passed away a couple of years ago. Tragically so frank and we did a coupla things together. We not that night. We never met that warren late movie at a small part but she was one of the lead and we did The addiction able for our film. We were both the gnat but Known a long time. And i have always been impressed by her work and in this character. It's one of the best characters in the series. I think in one of her best roles and from the minute you see her onscreen in this role. You know who that character is. She's just you just see it in just got everything there. I mean she's talking on the phone she's doing business in the office he comes in. She doesn't apologize that she's talking doing business. She doesn't care. You could just see what she's about in two seconds and a great casting. I'll say yes nominated for an emmy As a guest star She was great. Just great and listen. She's done some rocks. Crazy will cradle All kinds of big movies. She did that big movie with tim. Robbins robin williams Comedy where they own the call lot Cadillac man cadillac band. Another one where robin williams where she dies. She plays his wife. I mean some great work commenced. She's been around forever brooklyn girl cassie. She's great gloria tony flirt. They were both double books by mistake. They run into each other by accident. he gives his appointment Says he's trying to quit smoking. She says she's a serial killer. I seven relationships which is not too far from the truth and he watches a walk into the office as melfi watches him. Watch her from behind. He says the whole time. Tony is interested. You could tell right off the bat. They're both kind of interested a lot of flirting tonia certainly interested Knows who he is. I thought that also i. i don't know how i don't know how popular tony soprano whereas you know. I don't know if he's a john gotti type that had so much publicity people would know who he is. There's mobsters that have been around for forty years. You don't know anything about them but they're big and you know and then there's guys for one reason or another always in the paper and you know that i don't know tony. Soprano has had some publicity. You know he's been arrested. It's been on the news. But i don't know if it's right. It's these are also small towns new jersey a lot of small towns. It's possible but i i'm thinking doesn't seem so now i'm thinking not Soprano kitchen camilla calls. Rosalie his story about cancer thanksgiving about her father. The white blood cells. I mean been. She really goes deep here. I mean you know her. Mother just wants a quiet thanksgiving. I mean it really is a tough spot. Who's gonna believe this man you know But she's able to still have thanksgiving because she does. She can't say we're not having it at all because someone might hear that so and so cost. So she's she's leading ourselves off. It's kind of a great lie actually. Well you can't you can't You really can't complain about. He can't be from now. What do you mean you can't you can't be for by now. She does really has the family right. The families christopher part of the family You know adriana when you've got janice and and Aaron aaron you know but otherwise it's it's just family Then she makes the sign across like she lied. And that's going to help her up. And ralph is listening to You know Compensation rosalie says l. The father's sick but he ralph kinda knows knows he knows it probably is somewhat relieved also right but he would like to have been the one to pull that trigger and be the one to cancel. He kind of feels one upped by tonio show. It's any as he was. He was one of Melfi office tony stalking to melfi. It's a management problem with an underlying. He's talking about ralph. He's trying to disguise hit. He fucked up talking about the the art of war which she gave him which art awards by sun tzu. Five hundred bc. sun wu. Actually zoo is added for the title great minds but he wrote up strategy of dealing with warfare dealing with enemies dealing with allies. All warfare is based on deception. If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the you know that kind of stuff and he says most the my guy people i know in my line of work read prince machabeli. He means they read the prince by niccolo machiavelli. Who is the father of modern political science political prince cologne or perfume. What is it was a perfume house. They made wind song. That was one of the most famous things. But the prince is more about politics and power machiavelli in lawrence in the fifteen hundreds. It's better to be feared than loved. That was his thing. Politics have no relation to morals. That was his thing but he likes the art of war which is more warfare strategy rather than political kind of intrigues And she gave him that book to read so and he's enjoying it. And this is coming in handy dealing with ralphie they say he says he calls On the link causey early retirement for someone. She says you jane- danger. I mean he's telling her basically he may have to kill and i did. She understands she seems a little uneasy listening to this You know. Do you remember what your rico had a cologne. Paolo had for a short time. cologne called paolo pauline. What did the bottle look like. Was it like his hand like was it a handling only was it was a hand with two wings. I don't know what's a bottle. Look like but i know he. He actually You know went to the factory and pick the smells out and the different chemicals and you know he kinda did he give you a bottle I don't know if i i've smelled didn't get one. I don't think. I got it but yeah he was involved with joe. Joe scoping our good friend. was called paulo That would be a collector's item. Though i bet it is we we gotta ask joe for a bottle. Tony asked about gloria woman. Who is she. what's her deal. Why does somebody like that. Need a shrink right. Could he tell what did they look. Somebody that goes sees a shrink looks like a lunatic. A straight jacket. you know soprano offers. He offers to walk her to the yards. Late it's dark which goes back to the episode employers. She likes that. She likes it You know. I almost thought she was going to say yeah he he offers would give her another opportunity there.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on Head Speaks
"Been doing this forever. Carrying the environment's. Carrying yell trying to make a woman character if that's A problem I think the problem with you but. It is what it is. ANYWAYS I. I enjoyed this episode. I personally would have enjoyed seeing the series I watched. If not all most of the original a real American hero. I never saw this I heard about this like say later on I'd heard that they did this and then like I've talked about before maybe not I mean the wife of recently cut the cord as they say and we're just doing streaming now far TV. So I found this and I mean only watch that. I enjoyed that. we out with. The original regressive American. Hero Ralph Hinkley. Actually, starts with bill mass while the FBI agent partner telling about what happened after the series ended. Ralph save some kid or some girl. And there are people around they saw him and she knew he was the teacher so she'll thank you and. The. President showed up right there. I think it was a little corny but. Is a public I didn't his identity out to the public again, which isn't too hard. Isn't mask he doesn't even know changes hair like superman does or anything so. So under his I didn't come out sooner, but it is what is. and. So becomes famous and as reading couple blogs, couple of websites, and that's what some people didn't care for was that. This this Ralph wasn't the same Hinckley from the series eight watched several years back because again here Ralph Kinda gave up the life and was becoming more. Egotistical. More more Obsessive stardom. In I can see where they're coming from not liking that because again Ralph. was always down earth kind of guy. But. I don't know sometimes being a celebrity be having you know your actual name and likeness thrust into the limelight that changes some people. So I, don't have the problem with the likeable do. Aliens. took him in his wife Pam up into the ship and he the basically they scolded him because. Yes they did. What pieces are mad I don't there was so much mad or disappointed. But they weren't happy with the fact that his identity was known because that was compromising his work in the fact that. Ralph started becoming more egotistical more. Not so much worried about crime but worried about you know what TV shows he was going to hear on what talk shows he would be on and so that's why they told me what you need to find somebody else and once you transfer the costume ever know forget who you are. And of course, when it was first suggestions was his partner Bill Maxwell but alien say, yeah, I need to be trustworthy it needs to be kind needs to be a bunch of things that while Bill Maxwell's are great character. Great Person. He's not the heroic type if you will the selfishness that's why one of the main things you want someone that would be you know very selfless. Any. And that's that's not bill selfless selfless as cracks me. It wasn't a selfless and Bill Maxwell is definitely not that so. just looking here real quick. But yes, we find us I bills doing it methodologically doing. Logically going through you know all the computers and looking up all the different people China. Mental honor winners and soldiers and this and that. Meanwhile. Ralph. Keeps looking at. Again I forgot her name now he. He keeps looking at hallway that's her name. He's looking Hawley. She's got this organization called. Something pause or something like that cooking. Helping out animals. she wanted to save the whales. She's a teacher she's. Very. Much like I said earlier. My people call an S J W character at this point but. Bill. Would you get out of this or you know? He's hungry. If he ever get married, you know your husband you know he you're going to go up all this other stuff to vote a husbands I will know if I find the right guy, he's to understand that. This is who I am. Rescuing, these dogs saving the planet doing this during the kids all this is who I am if he doesn't like that he's not the right man. Any. I do like the fact that holly is very. I WANNA say self-assured I mean again with the costume, she's a little nervous 'cause she's ever done before but as a woman, she's very self assured. I. Am I WANNA make a difference in the world. That's one reason why she took on the is because she wants to make that difference. And I really liked. Mariel Stewart's as holly against us. Very beautiful woman. She had blonde hair that was kinda curly her hair it kind of reminded me quite a bit of. Originally how. Ralph INCAS air looked. Very curly. but. I I watch I tell you I told my why she's very bubbly. She's very She's very energetic. She's very, she had a great personality. She enjoyed having the suit. She was very happy with us. She was she was just a wife says that Holly, Kinda reminds her of. again, my mind just blanked out Chrissy Chrissy cousin who was scenario Cindy Snow Cindy snow from three's company played by generally. Harrison. Again Job Chrissy. I'm sorry Chrissy Cindy was another blonde replacement for Chrissy and then when Cindy last replace her with another blonde. Terry. Both Chrissy and Cindy were little more ditzy. And then when they replace it with a third time with Terry Terry. Wasn't quite the ditz that the other two were but and I guess I kinda see that yeah. Yeah. Very bubbly and Sparkley inches very full of life and energetic and. Again. Personally I wouldn't mind seeing the American heroine move on as a series I would have liked to see more upset. I.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on The Headcast Network
"Been doing this forever. Carrying the environment's. Carrying yell trying to make a woman character if that's A problem I think the problem with you but. It is what it is. anyways I I enjoyed this episode I personally would have enjoyed seeing the series I watched. If not all most of the original a real American hero. I never saw this I heard about this like say later on I'd heard that they did this and then like I've talked about before maybe not I mean the wife of recently cut the cord as they say and we're just doing streaming now far TV. So I found this and I mean only watch that. I enjoyed that. we started out with. The original. Regrets. American. Hero Ralph Hinkley Actually, starts with bill mass while the FBI agent partner telling about what happened after the series ended. Ralph save some kid or some girl. And there are people around they saw him and she knew he was the teacher so she thank you and. The president showed up right. There I think it was a little corny but. Is a public I didn't his identity out to the public again, which isn't too hard. Isn't mask he doesn't even know changes hair like superman does or anything so. So under he's I. Didn't come out sooner but it is what is. And so becomes famous and as reading couple blogs, couple of websites, and that's what some people didn't care for was that. This this Ralph wasn't the same Hinckley from the series eight watched several years back because again here Ralph Kinda gave up the life and was becoming more. Egotistical more more Obsessive? Stardom. In I can see where they're coming from not liking that because again, Ralph. was always down earth kind of guy. But I don't know sometimes being a celebrity be having you know your actual name and likeness thrust into the limelight that changes some people. So I don't have the problem with the likeable do. Aliens. took him in his wife Pam up into the ship and he the basically they scolded him because. Yes they did. What computers are mad I don't they were so much mad or disappointed. But they weren't happy with the fact that his identity was known because that was compromising his work in the fact that. Ralph started becoming more egotistical more. Not so much worried about crime but worried about you know what TV shows he was going to hear on what talk shows he would be on, and so that's why they told me what you need to find somebody else and once you transfer the costume ever know forget who you are. And of course, when it was first suggestions was his partner, Bill Maxwell but alien say, yeah, I need to be trustworthy. It needs to be kind needs to be a bunch of things that while Bill Maxwell's are great character. Great Person. He's not the heroic type if you will the selfishness that's why one of the main things they want some of that would be you know very selfless. Any, and that's that's not bill selfless selfless as cracks me. It wasn't a selfless and Bill Maxwell is definitely not that so. just looking here real quick. But yes we find us I bills doing it methodologically doing. Logically going through, you know all the computers and looking up all the different people, China Mental honor winners and soldiers, and this and that. Meanwhile. Ralph? Looking at. again, I forgot her name now he. He keeps looking at hallway. That's her name. He's looking Hawley. She's got this organization called. Something, pause or something like that cooking. Helping out animals. she wanted to save the whales. She's a teacher she's. Very much like I said earlier one, my people call an S J W character at this point but. Bill Would you get out of this or you know? He's hungry on he ever get married. You know your husband you know he you're going to go up all this other stuff to vote a husbands I. We'll know if I find the right guy, he's to understand that. This is who I am. Rescuing these dogs saving the planet doing this during the kids all this is who I am if he doesn't like that he's not the right man. Any I do like the fact that holly is very. I WANNA say self-assured. I mean again with the costume, she's a little nervous 'cause she's ever done before but as a woman, she's very self assured. I am I WANNA make a difference in the world. That's one reason why she took on the is because she wants to make that difference. And I really liked. Mariel Stewart's as holly against US very beautiful woman. She had blonde hair that was kinda curly her hair it kind of reminded me quite a bit of. Originally how. Ralph air looked is very curly. but. I I. WE Watch I tell you I told my why. She's very bubbly. She's very She's very energetic. She's very, she had a great personality. She enjoyed having the suit. She was very happy with us. She was she was just a wife says that Holly Kinda reminds her of. again, my mind just blanked out Chrissy Chrissy cousin who was scenario cindy snow, Cindy snow from three's company played by generally Harrison. Again Job Chrissy. I'm sorry Chrissy. Cindy was another blonde replacement for Chrissy, and then when Cindy last replace her with another Blonde Terry Ah both Chrissy and Cindy were little more ditzy. And then when they replace it with a third time with Terry Terry wasn't quite the ditz that the other two were but and I guess I, Kinda see that yeah. Yeah very bubbly and Sparkley inches very full of life and energetic and. Again person I wouldn't mind seeing the American heroine move on as a series I would have liked to see more upset I..
"ralph kinda" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"I right, Right, guys. Great show as usual. Thank you for the Mets Keep stockpile in that booth, and I like this charity used pick up. You know, he had an outstanding here two years ago. One thing about Brody. He's aggressive, You know, he he creates stepped in that I've got a ball club last year, and this year, you know, the bullpen looks like even if those pieces turn out if they have enough We have been very well. He's been very aggressive and some you almost forget ever happened. Some you remember of the Renault train. Certainly very aggressive. I don't know how well I'm not including that I'm talking about that was aggressive. Yeah, but that's a trade. That's given a prospect. That's money. I'm talking about kind of signing these veterans off the scrapheap like a mat camp, even though that one didn't pan out. We've seen it over the last couple of days with milky Cabrera now Jared Hughes, who he's referring to No pitched a couple of years with the Reds last years with the Phillies had one really good year with the Reds and then years before that had a really good year with the Pirates. Jared Hughes is one of those guys. He is a typical Open down reliever where some of the years he's had you look at and say, Whoa, Can you bottle that one for a year? And then there were years when he's got, you know, four years resisting, right? Yeah, so kind of one of those typical relievers, But he has been aggressive and forget the Kano thinking that's a completely different story, you know? Trading the prospects that they did in Cal neck and the money investment that they did. I'm talking more about kind of signing those cheaper veterans that are available who could come and help you. I could well, see what Melky Cabrera does. If your witness isn't that healthy, you know, milky may end up getting a lot of babies is the D A Could be top Smith. Yeah. Mark is in west Hartford, Connecticut. Hi, Mark. Mark our good and well, you know, this is the first time I've called you sellers and ah, soliciting forever. A 64 year old gentleman. I want to talk about Phil Rizzuto. And unfortunately ah ah, you know, you remember, but even you probably remember me. I don't even think you would remember this. But most people know Phil Rizzuto from the became more of a character sure of himself with a stick and saying how to use a win, Right? Right. Right. Let me let me say something about real silver zero that I grew up with. He was a tremendous broadcaster that got me to really love the Yankees and was filled with zero and the Yankee broadcast team of Frank Master Bill White and Silver judo. Well, even before that, I mean, if you're almost my age, you've got to remember. You know Phil Rizzuto, Red Barber and Mel Allen. I don't go back that far. Not quite. I didn't become a big fancy. I was maybe, like, 12 like, 11 or 12. Okay, but really quick. If you, Evan, you probably have heard that but if you go back on YouTube Men. Listen, Phil Rizzuto's call Roger Maris's 61st homerun. There is no better call in the history of baseball. And I Yeah, I'm biased because I'm a Yankee fan. I loved Roger Maris. But It is one of the most tremendous If you don't get goose bombs so many times, it's a great It's a great thing. It is a tremendous, tremendous call. And just and again. Don't forget the broadcast team for of Messer White Rizzuto. They actually the baseball they did the radio side and the TV side simultaneously. Now they didn't have TV every night. But when they did, they did both sides and that's how it That's how it always was. His barber, Alan and Phil Rizzuto, were the same. And so you know where. Lindsey Nelson, Bob Murphy, Ralph Kinda? Yeah, they radio and TV. Phil Rizzuto to growing up. Yeah, I do. Remember Phil Rizzuto At the talent of his broadcast current. It was comedy. It was happy birthdays and holy cow. But right now you go back for it on the can. Always and all that. But to his point, Yeah. I mean, there is some great calls that he had. I didn't realize this and I I don't know if you remember But this was pointed out to me last night by a friend of mine. Even Joey in Yonkers texted me this that whole Carlson did the Yankees for a few years. I remember that. There was a guy but I have a Bob A mere 20 Yankees, right? Just trying to cool side. I remember doing it. I mean, obviously, Messer has he mentioned Messer? Bill White. We Phil Rizzuto dinner for a long time. It's I don't have the whole house of York Yankees. Yes, I got to say that. What was that? I guess it was in the late eighties. So for me, it was probably right before I was really understanding baseball, and I don't know how many games he actually did add a lot of rotating late eighties. Obviously, as Abed fan, I was immersed in the Mets, right, so yeah, I got it. I got any Yankees were, you know they were good, but they were winning anything at that point time. Let me remember Hawk Harrelson, the one doing the deal with those games at all. So when I'm watching this game last night, hawks funny and, you know, say this about Hawk Harrelson. He's funny, So he ended up on YouTube listening to these other classic call Karasin calls and I I'd like to share one with you because I think you'd really appreciated. I think a lot of people listening would appreciate can't.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"Had one week's installment called the cube which was a guy just stuck in a white room but other people could come in and out of the room but he could not right. Yes okay and he starts to go kind of crazy and it has the look and feel of a color. Tv Ad like all lots of over acting in like Carol Burnett s characters and stuff like that but yeah the the sentiment behind it and like the everything behind is really neat. It really gives you a good An eye opening example of like what Jim Henson was capable of but also like what he was into. Because you know when you think of him you think of muppets and Sesame Street in particular sure and these are weird. Abstract art films. Not Unlike. You know you've watched like a Jim Morrison art film from film school and it's kind of the same style you know that was what was going on back then and he actually got nominated for an academy award for timepiece. Jim Henson had Jim Morrison beat by a mile as far as experimental films went. Yeah I'll agree with you there so like I said. He wasn't quite convinced it puppetry was his future because he was a filmmaker in he was like puppets or still. Can Kid stuff right but Post College? He did the old tour of Europe and in Europe. Puppeteers a whole different business. It was a lot more serious in a lot more. I guess it was treated as art. Yeah exactly and he said you know what I am going to give this. A shot came back to the. Us married Jane and even though he and Jane separated they never divorced Oh really I thought they did now. They never fulfilled the divorce. They stayed separated. Okay and Then he started making TV commercials and formed his own company in nineteen sixty three with. I don't know if he formed it with. Frank is but he hired. Frank is Jerry Joel Who ended up being obviously legendary puppeteers and lifelong collaborators of his. Yeah Yeah but he started out making a basically a puppet based commercial AD agency in New York in one thousand nine hundred sixty three. Yeah and they weren't making funny commercials back then. So he was really pretty revolutionary right and they did pretty well for themselves in one of the smartest moves he made early on was all of his contract said that he retained the rights to any of the creations. He made for these companies. Yeah so he was creating. Ah some of the things that would later become famous. Muppet's like the cookie monster was originally made for a chip maker and it was this puppet that couldn't get enough of these chips. Yeah he was the wheel stealer and he's cheese wheels. Yeah okay that's what it was. And he ended up being the cookie monster and the reason he ended up being the cookie. Monster's because Jim Henson retain the right so that that was. He's very savvy business guy. Yeah and he was. He was using somebody else's dime these these advertisers like budgets to kind of hash out and form and make his muppets. Yeah Roth. The dog started out on Purina commercials and was later sidekick on the Jimmy Dean show in nineteen sixty three. I remember that from the muppets episode. Golf was the first big muppet is. He's such like a bit character now. Yeah that it's just mind boggling. To think he was the one that started it all in before kermit big bird it was. Ralph Kinda stole the show I think. Yeah we'll talk a little more about kermit and more. He came from right after this tax season can be a real pain in my right but it's all worth it when you open the mailbox and see that sweet sweet envelope. You've been waiting for unless it turns out that someone else already filed your return. 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I host the bobby bones show and I'm pretty much always sleepy because I wake up at three o'clock in the morning a couple of hours later I get all my friends together. We get into a room and we radio show. We share our allies. We tell our stories. We try to find as much good in the world if he possibly can and we looked through the news of the day that you care about also your favorite country. Artists are always stopping by to hang out and share their lives and music too so wake up with a bunch of my friends. I Ninety eight point seven. W M Z Q in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. All right so it's one sixty nine and a very very big thing happens to Jim Henson. He was invited to be on the pilot of a show created by the children's television workshop. Called Sesame Street and he did not create it. People think he did but he did make his mark by creating Most of the iconic characters. And if you're a fan of the old sesame street's back then all not all but many of those little short films the little claymation ones or the live actions. He directed those as well. Yeah which is pretty cool. I never knew that. I think I knew that did you. Yeah he's the are recipe. Yeah he was there. Russ Vic Vic is ours tried so chuck the whole thing. That changed everything for him with Sesame Street. Yeah he's not a. He's he wasn't creative. Sesame street is hired him on and actually won them over because remember one of the things that Jim Henson always struggled with his whole career was he wanted to explore places that puppets had never really gone to write in themes that they hadn't gone through at least not in the modern age but he was fighting against them. Not being taken seriously yes. It wasn't like he was anti puppet by any means he was or anti kids Because one of the big reasons he signed on with children's television workshop was their goal to educate kids. Right meant a lot to him. But like you said I think to merge those worlds successfully was a big part of his goal right and struggle for a little while Russ Vic by the way made the little interstitial things for the stuff you should know television. Yeah animation which is why referencing. Yeah so the Children's television workshop which is now called the sesame workshop from what I understand. They want him over big time he makes all of these characters from like big bird and Kermit came before sesame street and he started out. I think we talked about this in the episode to he started out looking really weird lizard not cool at all like really. Kinda freaky which is something that I now that I know a little more about Jim Henson. I think maybe he might have even been going for right. But one of the things that sesame street allowed him to do was to really kind of explore something that he'd long been obsessed with which was television and where it converged with puppets which was all new territory and Jim Henson. Was that the bleeding of it. Tell you because if you think about it when you go to a puppet show live you know you're you're looking at what's essentially a mechanism for hiding the human and there's just a little area that the public can move around in will tiny thick stage? Yeah so Jim. Henson's stepped back and said okay. The television is that little tiny area that the public can stay can move around in but it also opens up the whole world for puppet because you're using camera angles and there's editing and it's not in person. Yeah just frame out the people so and again. We talked about this in the muppet episode. He created something called platforming up. Yeah to where the puppeteers no longer had to crouch down in to to maneuver the puppets. Yeah because he's a tall guy. Yeah Tall and Lanky man. He was skinny. Oh those running shots and timepiece exactly he was in it they were hysteric and he weighs about seventy pounds stig lanky legs so yeah. The performance could stand up which was a huge weight off. Yeah but at the same time because you're working with cameras and stuff like that. And they have the whole universe of move around in and Jim. Henson wanted him to move around as much as possible. It also put them in some weird positions. Yes well some people might think it's like Kinda ruining the thing but I think it's really neat if you just look on Google images. Muppets muppet show behind the scenes pictures. And it'll show the the stage sets you know like six feet off the ground and all the people standing beneath. I think it's awesome to look at but some people don't like you know they want to keep that illusion alive right so depending on what kind of person you are either. Seek that out or don't and we gave that warning in the muppets episode. Did we. Yeah I think the really cool pictures. I agree because a lot of times they're looking at. They're looking at video monitors standing. There contorted using both hands. Right like the way puppeteers worked together to me is just a miracle. Because they're acting as the puppets but they're moving still moving among one another as humans right underneath which can be really complicated. We in fact we know some really really talented puppeteers here in Atlanta. Gather the Center for puppetry. Arts is yeah. I think the nation's largest puppet puppeteer organization and that is where we had our TV show debut party premier party like it was a really cool experience imitator and the Ganger right there on display. I think the Hinson and kermit cut the ribbon for the grand opening Back when it opened and Ended up donating like five hundred puppets and muppets right to the Center for puppetry arts. If you ever visit Atlanta people always email us and say what should we do highly recommend going and checking out the center.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"If I wanted. Filmmaker the short films really sort of queered abstract short films live action experimental, totally experimental. Did you see the time piece? Yeah, that was pretty cool. It was great. Way And did you see the cube I watched parts of the cube that was. Did you see the end now? Oh, you got to the end! I skip the middle because those like okay. I get where you're GONNA this. Yeah, well, we should just set it up real quick. The Cuba's a show on NBC. It was the one hour show. And nineteen sixty nine, the name of the show NBC did was called experiment in television. Really is a different thing each week and he had one week's installment called the Cube, which was a guy, just stuck in a white room, but other people could come in and out of the room, but he could not right. Yes, okay, and he starts to go kind of crazy, and it has the look and feel of a color TV ad. Like all lots of over acting in like Carol Burnett s characters and stuff like that, but yeah the the sentiment behind it and like the. Everything behind is really neat. It really gives you a good An eye opening example of like what Jim Henson was capable of, but also like what he was into. Because you know when you think of him, you think of muppets and Sesame Street in particular. Sure and these are weird abstract art films. Not Unlike you know, you've watched like a Jim. Morrison art film from Film, School. and. It's kind of the same style you know that was what was going on back then, and he actually got nominated for an academy award for timepiece. Jim Henson had Jim Morrison beat by a mile. As far as experimental films went. Yeah, I'll agree with you there. So like I said he wasn't quite convinced it puppetry was his future because he was a filmmaker in. He was like puppets or still. Can Kid stuff right, but Post College? He did the old tour of Europe and in Europe puppeteer, a whole different business. It was a lot more serious. In a lot more. I guess was treated as art. Yeah, exactly and he said you know what I am going to give this. A shot came back to the US. Married Jane and even though he and Jane separated, they never divorced oh. Really thought they did now, they never. fulfilled the divorce. They stayed separated, okay and Then, he started making TV commercials. And formed his own company in Nineteen, sixty three with I. Don't know if he formed it with frank is, but he hired. Frank is Jerry Joel who ended up being obviously legendary puppeteers and lifelong collaborators of his yeah, yeah, but he started out making a basically a puppet based commercial ad agency in New, York. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, sixty three. And? They weren't making funny commercials back then, so he was really pretty revolutionary right and they did pretty well for themselves. In one of the smartest moves he made early on was all of his contract, said that he retained the rights to any of the creations he made for these companies. Yeah, so he was creating. Ah, some of the things that would later become famous. Famous muppet's like the cookie monster was originally made for a chip maker and it was this puppet. That couldn't get enough of these chips. Yeah, he was the wheel stealer and he's cheese wheels. Yeah, okay, that's what it was. And he ended up being the cookie monster and the reason he ended up being the cookie. Monster's because Jim. Henson retain the right so that. That was. He's very savvy business guy. Yeah, and he was, he was using somebody else's dime. These these advertisers like budgets to kind of Hash out and form and make his muppets Yeah Roth the dog. Started out on Purina commercials and was later sidekick on the Jimmy Dean show in nineteen, sixty, three I remember that from the muppets episode Golf was the first big muppet is he's such like a bit character now? Yeah, that it's just mind boggling to think he was the one that started it all in before. Kermit big bird, it was Ralph Kinda stole the show I think yeah, we'll talk a little more about kermit and where he came from right after this. Tax Season can be a real pain in my right, but it's all worth it when you open the mailbox and see that sweet sweet envelope you've been waiting for unless it turns out that someone else already filed your return. 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"ralph kinda" Discussed on Chat Sematary
"I had no idea about the ties to the dark tower. But I'm reading rose madder now and it's like that is also kind of tying into the dark tower so there are more dark tower books than King has labeled essentially. Because you have the stand. You have this then you have rose matter almost immediately after this or immediately after this actually I think and then who knows how many more of his books will have these little tidbits but I feel like with insomnia. You're getting even more important information than maybe what we get from the stand about the dark tower. Yes and I have been told that 'cause I again haven't read the last book this ties in incredibly heavily with the last book like it is. It is something that you should read if you're reading the dark tower series. That's kind of how it's important side material will say because it gives you more background. But the connections to the tower kind of very slowly creep in and I wonder what someone would think if this is like the first Steven King Book they picked up like I feel like I. I would feel bad if you've been reading king for a long time like even if you've never read any of the dark tower books like you're kind of aware of the tower as thing and you've seen scene Rowland mentioned because he's mentioned couple times in this one never in any real capacity but he's talked about and you've heard mentioned mentioned. You've you've seen other things in that kind of hint that there's some other bigger world going on in the background of all of kings books but if this this when you like. Why do I care about this kid? Who's what's what so but if you've read any of his other stuff like I feel like this is a really rewarding read in not because of how how it manages to take the dark tower mythos and bring it into his other books and help it? really flesh out wrote how diverse works like you said like the tower has the levels and this gives a different metaphorical reading on what at those levels are and how the tower exists in all dimensions. I guess that's the word we'll go dimension. I feel like that's the only word that might suffice. Because when it comes to the fantasy elements of kings storytelling. Fantasy isn't necessarily my in January. I mean the most I've dug into fantasy really is like Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings and some of Neil gaiman stuff so it's not like I'm An avid fantasy reader by any means I got into king because of his horror elements and I felt enough of that in this book for it to kind of keep me wanting wanting to figure out what happens at the end but I feel like because I've only started the dark tower and I don't really know how this ties in yet. It made it a little less enjoyable for me if that makes any sense because now I'm kind of like okay. Well did this story serve any purpose other than serving as a connection to the dark tower or is it just one of those things working was like. Oh Hey I have all these dark tower stories in mind so let me just give you a random piece and not label it as dark tower book. Yes I can totally see that 'cause I think how well the ending works for you and like the the under arching structure of why the story is happening because you're right. This is very much a on a certain level. This is very much a explanation of of character in the dark tower But it's also like a story about Ralph because the story is indirectly about the person. It feels like it's kind of trying to work at two purposes. You know trying to like tell two stories at the same time almost and it. It's really going to depend on how it works for you because I liked it but I do read a lot of fantasy novels. I went through a period of reading a lot of epic. Fantasy like big tomes So it wasn't that they do that a lot and fantasy books. That is not unusual usual to have kind of multiple purposes going in a story so for me it was like. Oh Okay I see. We're we're trying to world build and tell a whole complete story and it's a real tossup of how it's GonNa work for the individual. Yeah because the grounded rounded parts of the story certainly take place in dairy so then you're like okay. Maybe this has more than just the connection with Mike aac being part of the story and then it Kinda doesn't go that direction and once the Greek mythology came into and I was like I don't know any of these names so there's probably probably a lot that I'm missing here so I'm glad that you have clarified some of that for me and then the character in question for the Towers Patrick Danville and he appears in this book and then in the dark tower which is book seven of the series. which you said is the last book? It's not the last published book but the one after as like a space between books four and five so you know he just really stood out of order for whatever reason but as far as I know that is at the end of the dark tower series. So the fact that I'm going to now have to wait like I don't know twenty more books. Take before I get to that. I don't I think it's twenty but it's pretty close so I have quite some time before I'm going to get to it. And that's probably how people who read these books as they were being released felt because there's a huge gap between this and that dark tower book right and I mean this was ninety. This was published in nineteen ninety four and was was the dark tower. Like you said like twenty bucks and I mean I think this this would have been after the fourth one but before the big rush of the last three that it happened because he didn't publish any dark tower books for quite some time and then he had learned three back to back to back right and I think that was the from what I've read. I think I think it's an on writing. He talks about that he realized like Oh shit I better finish the series right right right and so there's at least ten years if not more space between this and the last star tower. So it's it's very very interesting to me that this character has been was set up so long in advance because it would have been weird if he didn't didn't use it but that's a lot of setup for something that doesn't come to fruition for an incredibly long period of time and from the From what the the apropos season. Not Atra Pos close and leases. Tell him like. It's kind of clear after that king knew what he was going to use this character for. It wasn't just like oh well we'll just tell this interesting story. It's like he had a plan of like okay. This character. Patrick has this purpose that he needs to get taken care of. So we'll tell the story of his life being saved so he can fulfill that purpose. Yeah and you were right. It was ten years so book six and seven both came out in two thousand four and five came out in two thousand three so he really just like cranked out the material. And from what I can tell from the gunslinger booking knew what story he was going to tell because in the early books he kept saying and you know the story will continue so obviously he had this idea in his head for years upon years because the gap between the gunslinger being released in eighty two all the way to the series quote unquote ending in two thousand and four. That's a big gap. That's a Lotta years twenty two years and then you have the wind through the keyhole which came out even later in twenty twelve so to really get get the entire story. People had to wait thirty year. So that's just crazy for a series to drag drag on that long and it's because king was putting out so many other things he didn't want the dark tower to be his only thing he was working on right that that man is ahead is obviously stuffed with ideas. They're constantly begging like commanding to be get to be released. And you know with that kind of book or that kind of series rather you have to be so careful with what you're doing because it's usually has to come at the right time it's hard to just I force that to come out and have it come out right especially for someone who's constantly coming up with new ideas and like. Oh well I really want to write this book now. Oh and I want to write this book now. And he just didn't get back to it and I think my guess would be by the time he hit the fourth book he was like. Oh God this is. This is really complicated. I'll just put it off and keep putting it off keep putting it off until like okay. I better finish this because I might die type of situation and I think that. But he's still kinda like gives us little tidbits from this and rose matter and a few other books Later on in the series are in his collection of writings were. Yeah I definitely found Ralph and Lois as a team very compelling and like I mentioned earlier that sort of what kept me going with the story because I was so invested in those two by the time you had the little Oh ball Dr doctors playing a bigger role and trump does so you have this buildup that makes you like these characters and I think that's something Matt King does so well because if I didn't like Ralf in lowest other than this podcast I would not have had a ton of incentive to want to finish that book especially with that being as long as it is. Yeah I think they're they're so compelling there so interesting and like they're so different like you just don't get to see these kind of people who and as always he writes people who are different than him because obviously he was not seventy when he wrote this book Quite a ways away from it at that point and but yet they feel so lived in as most of his characters do and I just wanted to know and I think it was a it was really good idea a start. START US getting to know Ralph with the death of his wife because when you see someone in a book who's going through that kind of trauma like you get to. I know them on this very deep vulnerable level pretty quickly. Because you're seeing how they're reacting to all of this pain and it makes us feel for Ralph and want him to feel better and then he gets the insomnia any just starts to go downhill from there and it's like I just want this guy to have win. He's got to have a win right. You know. And then his relationship at his Ann Lewis is relationship with bill McGovern who's Ralph's downstairs neighbor And I really love how the three of them have the relationship between the three of them and how they all interplay with each other because McGovern is such which so different from the two of them so it allows them to bounce off of him and creates little conflicts. Wants to keep us going as we're building to the bigger conflict exactly and a lot of what I enjoyed about this has to do with how king structured the the story as a whole but also just the various character arcs within the story. Like you said if we didn't start off with seeing the trauma that Ralph had gone through and how he was suffering with the insomnia and everything like that we wouldn't have cared as much about his story and how so it led him to lois how it led him to ultimately in the end his sacrifice which will talk about in a little bit but just the way king rights characters. I he really knows where to drop them in in the story. It's like okay. We're going to give you this character. Who has been through this horrible thanks and is struggling so much to get over it because of this other thing that came about because of it right right and that it gives us such a recent isn't root for him and I think in particular? I think one of the things I've really loved about Ralph's character is how he interacts with a deep know. WHO's the puppet bit of the puppet? Yeah he's Atra posts human puppet and how immediately Ralph is like. I've gotten no time. I'm for you once Ed. Because we see ed in the very beginning of the book where he's acting completely out of character and he's got some road rage going yeah and cursing cursing and hitting this guy who was much bigger than him in. Ralph Kinda helps defuse the situation. But then that all gets Kinda lost once You know his wife dies which is like the next scene and then we see where Ed has beaten Helen and sheet the scene where she is walking after after he's horrifically beaten her and she's walking with her baby and how Ralph becomes so enraged despite his age seventy year old man again. Dan Goes to confront this like early thirties. Dude who literally just beat the shit out of his wife and knows he.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Wesleyan WFAN FM see all two superstars in the city I am John welcome Joe wallet Louis a little bit judge was on that initial list that basically you put put ME like it Riley why and start a war about jobs I think the Ralph kinda had had a a good point and Breyer made it to and and I'm not the first person here but I do think that we're Lee special teams you know kinda is a little bit of an untapped place you know it's a it's a part of that the team where you get to know all the most guys on the roster right ambience it's like you touch so much of the organization being special teams so that part of it like the exes and ohs coaching part of it which really is what doomed Pat Shurmur I mean that part you know I think that this guy's going to be buttoned up you know I I know sure working from The Andy Reid coaching tree okay that didn't work now you're going to try the Bella check coaching tree I mean I I think that he's gonna be making the right decisions if you're coming from saving and Bella check you have to be so on your P. using cues this is Matthew Slater the all pro special teams player for the patriots on Joe judge quality is very intense Joe's really passion about what he does he has a hyper attention to detail there's no stone unturned by the time we get to the game we feel super prepared we know he's gonna put us in position to make plays they could say that's just like platitudes or whatever but what is a is terrible nobody can look Jack it's probably going to that was to ESPN in two thousand seventeen probably just go said nothing I mean it was on that these later I'm not share in I'm not sharing the credit for how good I am on special teams of the coaches goofball while but I still think but I don't think what I think's leaders are very good special teams I don't I don't think it necessarily has anything to do with what judge I I think it's about effort I think they're great players on special teams that take great pride in what they do and you see Matthew Slater make a career out of it up there New England what with the patriots the problem you have about being excited about Joe judge is there.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"<hes> Yeah No. That's that's really not much more <unk> sides that <hes> it's it's kind of a combination the nation stop motion puppet puppetry some puppets standard puppets there too but <hes> no it all really works. I mean for a movie about dollars's <hes> that comes to life and kill people it does the job I I would say it was better better than <hes> toy soldier if you ever saw toy soldier is that small soldiers or small small soldier. I'm sorry I think it was is done better than small soldiers Gotcha. I haven't seen that movie in twenty five years. Here's it's okay. I don't WanNa get too into that but they're stop motion. I I know a lot of it was computer animated as well and it's disliked better to me nice. I like ticket so rosemary. She gets cornered by the dolls. She tried to escape through the hallway there on one side of her. They are on the other side of her so she decides to jump through the window. She makes very we're choice. There I think yeah I feel like she could cover some ground to she could have easily jumped over the toys on the one side of the hallway downstairs that is true because she in order to jump out the window. She has to jump over dolls. AL's anyway right so she could've just went towards the stairs jumped over that set of dolls fairly easily too. It's not like there was a whole mass of dolls there. Was this Nebi over one line not even a couple of feedback. It's very simple you. Could you probably just step over them pretty much or you could just like push through them. Kick kick around. This is the one thing I'll never when I was a kid full disclosure I I was terrified. Child's play Chucky scare the hell out of me when I was a kid because I grew up with two sisters and they all had dolls like mark was saying he has to watch offers Dean D. Minis now <hes> now that I'm an even when I was a a little like in my teenage years and I got over that fear to if you ever are overpowered by dolls you deserve to die those things weigh about you know. They're less than a pound. I'd imagine you should be able to flip afflicted with no problem so if you were to die from that I have no pity for you yeah. It's kind of like the would you rather have one hundred duck sized horses or one duck size hours or one one horse yeah. Who would you rather like beat up or get attacked by you always pick the duck sized horses? What was the one <hes> would you rather be attacked by <hes> Ten 100-year-olds or one hundred ten year olds? It was something along those lines the one hundred year old Oh yeah one hundred percent because you know you go in low on them and because they have bad knees I'm assuming and you know some I'm sure some of their hearts will give out just from the sheer excitement yeah so you're probably cutting up ten to twenty that just from heart failure so you're looking good and the and the ten year olds are could've Akin Grossberg ego be you can be dealing with a plus six on your hands and endless energy at ten years old some out some of them. Are you know certain things are starting to drop on them so they're getting that strength going. They're getting you know ball dropping strength and I don't have the energy to deal with that just pure hormones. Yeah I mean I'm thirty two. I'm in decent shape. I think into the ten year olds we're taking me out pretty quickly now. Don't want to deal with an avalanche of ten year olds then well for free. Anthony would be fighting babies. Yeah of course babies have a a common was I. I want to explain to the listeners just real quick and we'll get back made an inside joke yes but unlike you mark move but unlike mark I'm going to explain it to the audience whereas when on March says it and then just hope for the best when when right when Anthony and I met each other we would kind of hang out <hes> around the local mall waiting for other friends to be done with work so that we go we all hang out and have a good time so at the Mall Anthony would always get the staredown from children usually ranging from you know one year old five years old and he would always make the remark lake. I think think wants to fight me. So so what I'm getting at is anthony would not have to worry about finding one hundred year old a ten year old he'd be fighting five year olds or two year olds yeah you could win at kick him kicking him across the room which brings me back to my original idea. You should never lose to dolls or two years. That's true yeah yeah exactly agreement now. Outlying outlined our plan mm for fighting two year olds continue to the rest of the movie yes so then Enid goes looking for Isabel. She's in the hallway and she has to hide from Hillary who is pushing a baby carriage down the hall. All that just has a single dollar in it and singing to it again we mentioned this is a little weird because there's no no context similar to this <hes> she winds up going up to the attic and this is where she finds Isabel Bell she finds Isabel with her is removed and her eyes have been replaced by Dalai's which is a pretty pretty decent seen <hes> it's well done. It's kind of creepy. It's it it hearkens back to the the poster Oester but this is pretty cool scene with with her is being replaced by dolls is is Kinda. It's super creepy but it's interesting and it would you say now. This just continues the theme of Inconsistency Yeah this is this is probably one of the more memorable one of the more graphic moments of the movie yeah. I figured they had done something to her face. I didn't realize that they were turning them into dolls so I I thought that was a nice little surprise. It is yeah <hes> I believe according to I._M._D._b.. The movie was sold based on the poster and just kind of a brief outline what the movie was about they in the a production company or the producer bought fun of the movie with the just the insistence that the poster art would correlate to the to a scene in the film in some way so that's why we got this <hes> and it's worth worth it. I think it's pretty cool seeing it's one of the most memorable scenes in the movie so I was GonNa say. You don't really get anything like that again. Unfortunately I was hoping you would see maybe how they would make them into a doll and the UN unfortunately you don't really get that yeah. It's also kind of inconsistent about the magic of the movie I guess in a way the amount of time the amount of time it takes and the process that goes into it. We don't need to get into it. Goes is turning people into spoiler. Turning people into dolls is not real so not yet. We'll just we'll just let this movie do its thing <hes> so <hes> but is a enid starts to get attacked by some of the dolls lls she manages the fight much off I by burning a few and then by whipping out her boy toy belt and start smacking few around <hes> it's super creepy because all the dolls have skeletons inside them. The Dow was kind of a disappointment I was some of them are skeletons and some of them are like gremlins. I think it could some of them are Green Zone alert arena. I was just assuming it was sort of decomposition Asian -ation okay yeah 'cause that's Kinda <unk>. I would rather just be dolls. Nothing in them just all's well they all these dolls are former people so it makes sense that they do have skeletons. It's weird it's inconsistent later because punch gets destroyed. He doesn't have a skeleton in them but that's that's how to me it should have been right in in my opinion is is because then you're adding an extra layer that I don't. I think really adds anything to the story the Griot well now. What the fuck are these things you know <hes> so then Enid runs downstairs to try and go get help she runs into toy soldier regimen regime him and gets blown away by then? It's probably my favorite death in a movie. We're still pretty pretty good yeah like Willem Defoe and platoon yeah if they even had the slow-motion right yeah and she goes to turn around and just get blasted and it was pretty satisfying. It's pretty dramatic. I had nothing here's the thing I didn't really have anything against any of these characters when some of them are shitty but it's it's the good kind of Shitty like it somewhere where you find yourself. It's like a biff Tannen. If you will yeah sure right. It's like an entertaining shitting not just like Oh my God this person Shitty <hes> if there's levels of Shitty that's one thing I would like to come up with our levels of shadiness in terms movie characters. It's like our it's so good. It's the Pootie Tang effect. We're so good. It's a so bad it's good but but seeing her die. That way was pretty entertaining like I enjoyed Saint Louis. That was fun. That was a good that was good. Kill and stuff. We totally different than the rest of them. Those are the only firearms every us so she he gets killed. <hes> David Dad goes back to the room is room where he thinks rosemary's asleep in bed <hes> so he is sick shower because he he thinks he smells but I guess Rosemary's decomposing great quickly doc <hes> back there the power of the dolls <hes> so Ralph and Judy in the meantime go to investigate the storage room and they find a whole room filled with dolls wasn't toys and Ralph Kinda gets Kinda a gleam in his eye like Oh my God look at all these toys these such such great like <hes> craftsmanship and stuff like that then <hes> unfortunately for him they eh start to corner him and refused to let them leave freaks fuck out he goes very over the top. Let's go and I said no Oh yeah and smash a whole bunch of them but then they retaliate by attacking Ralph <hes> some more stop motion animation which is very excellent <hes> but judy steps in and saves him because the she stops the dolls <hes> <hes> because I listen to Agassi's she's a kid <hes> and they don't let let them leave immediately. They are deciding what to do with them. So then we cut do David going back to bed and realizing realizing mayor Rosemary is dead and for some reason she clings to him while he freaks out on the bed and then he immediately blames Ralph and has a fantastic freak out that psychotic iconic well. What does he calls my psychotic piece of shade or something like that kill kill? He freaks out. It's too good freak outs in a row yeah as very excellent freak outs but this one this one's the best. It's free got his almost on par with the guy when sweet sleep away camp yeah. I had him hard yeah I. No I'm not GonNa let them get away with this MAG. I like the the dolls having the little <hes> convention near the conversation Powell out little huddle and and Yeah Judy somehow how realize it's all yeah. They're deciding if you're a child or not it to you know that you know that again. Stop Animation is pretty is pretty cool..
"ralph kinda" Discussed on They Called This a Movie
"Eighties with style because without looking at the time this movie came out and whether it's girls are just mock. Oh this must be a mid mid to early eighties movie. You know host Madonna Era Yeah Yeah Okay and then then you mentioned the take on me like Oh okay may maybe I'm just miss aligning my years of the eighties eighties. I thought this was early. Ninety nine hundred ninety one until the fashion worn by Enid and Isabel were inspired by Madonna who was often photographed sporting the same boy toy belt. Kassy's Stewart wears in the film. Yeah Yeah for some reason. I always thought she was earlier than but I guess eighty seven would have been heyday and Bundy Bailey was in take on me. Two years prior name Bundy Bailey Bundy Bailey got the Nice alliteration us. How do we get her on the podcast? I don't know I'll just have to ask she is she is a featured in the greatest music video of all time. That is a good one. I I'm not gonNA say greatest of all time is a good one be wrong inspiring. It wouldn't be the last time all right back to the movie Aso Everybody so Isabel in it and Ralph show up and everyone stays the night to weather the storm. David even rosemary have their own room. Judy's going to have her own Enid and Isabel get shown to their room and this is where is the we find out that the plan was to rob Ralph the whole time so so. Did you mentioned about the the doll that they gave her. Oh I did not just the reason why they probably named the character Judy Right. Yes Punchy yes so Gabriel <hes> when he realizes that Judy doesn't have a doll he gives her a punch doll punch and judy yet it <hes> whole other connotation to it 'cause isn't like forty two thing is that he hits judy find show yeah yeah. They beat each other up yeah. Basically it's those <hes> not billion right. It's <hes> like medieval kind of punch and Judy Dolly. I duNNo. I Dunno where they originate from but yeah it's it's got. It has a long history okay yeah. I thought that was something that you saw like medieval times on the streets and I could be wrong. I'm probably wrong medieval but navy like seventeenth century yeah so yeah maybe Victorian era <hes> so D- even rosemary go to their room. <unk> Isabel are dancing in their room too Chitty rock and roll music this pretty shitty. I agree other while they're on a tour of house. Gabriel shows Ralph and Judy has workshop <hes> Ralph hear some voices from the story room as they walked past and Ralph Kinda reminisces about his dad creating being the story for Toy Story. That's one hundred percent what it was right. The essentially he believed toys were alive when he wasn't around toys are loyal according to the older gentlemen. What was his name again? <hes> gave you a real beer yes so that is pretty much where that movie was inspired from. Yes exactly where came from this is. This movie inspired toy story probably once again. Rex are ripping off people's ideas when we learn and give them credit you cowards <hes> this is Kinda. Just showing Ralph is a kid at heart kinda still still has a special so place in his heart for toys and stuff like that which is important come the end <hes> now we cut to hillary going to the hitchhiker's to to give them some close to sleep in <hes> they have a conversation is Israel's like prying about you. Know are any of these things in this room antiques could she is planning to steal it and then the the old woman's plays it straight by doesn't know what <hes> is planning even though it's pretty obvious which he's doing yeah yeah she's. She's not making it. She's not being subtle about. Hey these these pretty valuable. It is kind of dumb dumb how she doesn't they don't even try to hut. That's the leg with Anthony said about this movie. It's not subtle at all and any the acting is not subtle and obviously here. It's like oh so. Would you say that these are worth something. Oh Yeah so you know the people who care about things handcrafted but money-wise. Is it worth anything you might as well just come out and said I'm planning on robbing you right now these antiques it'd be a shame if they were missing this thing. It's the that mean right. These are lovely antiques. You have here would be a shame if an zooms in on her face someone were to take them yeah I mean I think that's part of Isabelle's character of like. She's not being subtle because she doesn't care like what are you GonNa do. You're an old woman <hes> and also it's kind of part of Stuart Gordon. I mean reanimator is anything but subtle. No it's very on the nose with even even even from beyond even all all those things are just like from the performances just to the content is is overt and unsubtle. I mean that's really right up his alley. <hes> <hes> but then the judy goes to her room and <hes> we have a scene of David and Rosemary talking as we mentioned of playing a dump judy off on her mom so they can basically spend rosemary's money and at this point area loan kind of as retired to their rooms Isabelle sneaks out of her room to go around steal some stuff while judy reads Hansel and Gretel and she goes to get something to drink is bill finds herself within like a study and she starts putting it in her bag. Try and steal it and then she also on her feet get pulled out from under her and she starts getting dragged this moment we have the faintest nipple shot yeah I missed it is their team and slow back now. In all fairness Ariola shop full not a full nipple never minds not with my time I can probably just find screen CAP's. She gets dragged around on the floor and slammed headfirst into a wall and kind of she crawls out of the room. That's where Judy Caesar <hes> she reaches for Judy's help <hes> Judy extends her hand and before they could chicken grabber <hes> she gets dragged off down the hall behind a door so this was the stark contrast that we were talking about earlier. Where are you know Mr Teddy rips apart her parents Judy's parents and then <hes> we see this one? It's just kind of like a I don't even know how to how would you describe it. It's just very lackadaisical. Oh Yeah it's basically the cameras going forward and backwards forwards and backwards and then just putting a little blood on the on the actress. It's not a very this probably rank like a low on a scale of ten is probably like a a two whereas teddy was you know seven eight is pretty cool so it's very inconsistent this movie yeah this one's a this one's a little bit weaker of a kill seen <hes> I think just in general blunt force trauma is not is not an exciting exciting kill an arm movie <hes> but <hes> unless it's like the leather face just slamming with slamming women cleaver like a meat tenderizer horizon right and there's definitely wasted Duke Blunt Force Trauma in an interesting way ramming someone's head into a floorboard. It doesn't really Pique my my bloodlust. I guess yeah there's a a little slap stickiness to it yeah yeah. I think maybe that's what they were going for. In this yeah yeah <hes> so judy runs off to find her parents and her dad's real dictator was like sick and tired of your fucking stories. GET OUTTA my get Outta my room. I'm done go away. You're going your mom next chance I get the Pun you off on her. He's again he's drunk. He's a little drug at this point you could tell by his slight slurs of the words and so she she leaves Ralph Reed in bed and he gets creeped out by clown. All that's right there next to his bed so he tries to roller go to sleep. He gets woken up by Judy touches his foot so he freaks sadly thinks it's dull touching him and she tells them the full story that he saw Isabella get dragged <hes> and something attacked her. She's she's calling elves. The elves got her <hes> and he has his kind and he's kind of brushing her off like what it's fine here. You're imagining things. She'll be look a look for in the morning so she's about to leave when he notices that her slippers are covered in blood so he's like all right. I guess you're you're telling the truth to some degree so we might as well go investigate. They go off walking around the halls. At some point they get separated. They eventually meet back up in which they find blood bloodstream. That's leading up to the attic to go up to the attic. They don't really see anything although we do get glimpses of Isabel up in the attic but Ralph and Judy are unable able to notice her <hes> Ralph is headed back down the steps when he gets tripped and gets bit and fall down the steps by trip down the steps but the dolls <hes> and he gets like a wound on his foot bitten by Ararat so they go off. He goes off to warn the others about the fact that is bell has gone missing. Something's happened to her <hes> wakes up it wakes up enid and the parents and and then gets accused of rape murder and pedophilia span of ten seconds. It was not a good situation for it. It is a great <hes> series of events where nothing he said was making the situation any better yeah he I he gets accused of doing something to Isabel than he gets accused of doing something to judy and <hes> it's it's not a great situation for for Ralph I it's funny because Enid accuses Ralph of murdering Isabel after Isabel after he tried to come on Isabelle. Meanwhile is billing Edward Planning on robbing him blind right so it would essentially be their. I guess their comeuppance in a way and I mean date fairness. The level isn't isn't quite the same in terms of in terms of horror movies. I guess maybe even be more up their alley but an en- David doesn't even care about his daughter now all of a sudden he's all about it but and then again again a grown man touching child would warrant that even from I hope the coldest heart yeah so again. It's just a little just a little iffy. That's all everyone's coming down on. Everyone's coming coming down Ralph and he these people are the Shitty people not Ralph <hes> so David tries to pull judy back into their room. She gets upset she. She says Ralph didn't do anything. He's my friend. Leave him alone. G runs off off dad chases after him after <hes> she drops her punch doll and he retrieves it and he tries to get her to come out by trying to destroy threatening destroyed doll which he attempts to do the doll does bite ate him and runs off without you know disappears from from underneath them and <hes> Dad goes looking for Ralph than runs into Gabriel. WHO's woken up? Gabriel says the blood who is actually paying as short him that nothing is wrong disease imagining things he's listening Judy who's saying they're elves and obviously as an adult. He should know that that's ridiculous and then they'll say you know she's not if she's not backed by breakfast will go finder and he walks off from their Enid lock yourself in the room in her room. Afraid of Ralph <hes> than something breaks Stereo Rio jeez being basically stared at by a bunch of dolls so she freaks out so she goes to these a room going to look for Isabel. This point Ralph and judy meet up in the kitchen and I start talking and then punch talks to Ralph for the first time he begged kind of tipping off that he knows exactly what's going on. Yeah yeah it. It's one of those where <hes> and you know comes into play later to <hes> that right. The only two that sort of have a semblance of what's going on is the child and the child at heart <hes> yeah so from there we have seen with Rosemary's in bed Nelson. There are whole bunch of dolls storm. Former upon her and she's getting stabbed a bit by a bunch of dolls <hes> this is some eight-plus stop motion work. I was GONNA ask you guys if we could talk about. Stop motion work at one point because it's surprisingly good. It's really really well done <hes> so the amount of time it took it took like close to a year to do was definitely well. Well worth it because pretty flawless in terms of you know it's not it's not exactly like like <hes> film productions quality like the coup on the two strings and those movies but for the eighties it's pretty excellent yeah and there's only one moment where it looked a little off and that's pretty good for the amount of it. That's the movie I thought they they give the dolls facial expressions. They move pretty smoothly. I suppose I it's not you know obviously if we're the example. I'm GonNa News as King Kong where it's a little stiff but that's not off say nineteen thirty three here. Everything moves a little smoother and again it. I'M NOT GONNA say it's super believable threat going into this type of movie. You don't expect that kind of production value and it's a pleasant surprise yeah no. It's it's it's it's solid work..
"ralph kinda" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Sad story here. The Los Angeles Dodgers have tweeted, Don Newcombe. One of the greatest pitchers in dodger history, and one of the franchise's final links to Brooklyn and the days of ROY Campanella and Jackie Robinson has passed away after a lengthy illness. This morning. Nukem who was born in Madison. New Jersey was ninety two. I remember the mazing amazing player mazing pitcher one of the all time. Great great pitchers in dodger history. I went to high school with his kids at Calabasas high school in the valley. And I remember when I got my TV show, my TV break on ESPN two. I sat down with Don Newcombe, and he was such an amazing presence. And I remember how well he treated me. And I remember thinking, I don't know that somebody like this. I mean, a man of this kind of fiber and strength and intensity. Is gonna be able to understand like where I'm coming from. And we had such an amazing conversation. In fact, we had several great conversations. I love talking to Don Newcombe, he came on this show. Speaking of Jackie Robinson, ROY Campanella. We had a conversation on this show in two thousand two where he talked about both of them every once in a while, Don Jackie would come out to the hill. Try to set you straight try to settle you down. And he'd make you crazy. And you'd think Jackie I don't really want to hear this. I don't want any part of you. And even if you thought that things might get heat, and you might wanna throw a Jackie you'd have to check yourself because you don't want to mess with Jackie, right? I did not mess with Jackie Robinson, nor do. I miss. It ROY Campanella. They were man who knew how to take care of themselves, and I respected them, and I would not on any circumstance ever get one time. Jackie came to the mound. We were against Pittsburgh Pirates one day to one lead in the in the third inning. And I started playing around the throne. On inside and outside trying to his spots. And all that was going to be a smart pitchers and third inning. And Jackie call time and came over to the mound when the basis would load and Ralph kinda was at that. And Jackie says nukem, why don't you take a uniform off and go home because you don't want to pitch for the dodgers. You're gonna let somebody else get this win. And we may even lose it with a ten run lead. You're going to throw this game away. Just because you're trying to be smart on the mound Gwenda clubhouse and take the uniform off. And if you don't like what I'm saying to you. Let's go into the clubhouse or the dugout with it. Well, I got my together Mr. Allman, I took her business and the score around up eleven one and I didn't ever challenge. Jackie robinson. Again, nor did I get out on the mound. Fooling around and play around. Like, I was doing that day. Chills. This is why low conversations with Don Newcombe. Wouldn't amazing change that was Jackie Robinson came out to the hill. So why don't you go clubhouse and take off that jersey loses game because you're getting smart on the mound with a ten run lead. If you don't like what I'm saying beach you in the dugout, and we'll take care of it that way. He said, I did not mess with either. Jackie Robinson, or ROY Campanella because they were men who knew how to handle themselves. I'm talking about. And this was really intimidating guy. Don Newcombe, and he would sit he come on a TV show, and he will come on this show, and we would have amazing conversations like that. So I'm really sad to see that. I was very fond. Don new combined talked him in recent years. But I appreciate on the way up the he would find time, and we would have conversations like that. He always made time for this show. And he was an all time dodger great. I did go to high school with his kids. So he was ninety two when he was born in Madison, New Jersey. He was the Cy Young and NL MVP winner. He won the MVP as a starting pitcher twenty-seven seven three. Oh, six ERA in fifty six. Ten years in the major leagues eight with the dodgers. He had a two year stint in the military too. So I wanna knowledge his passing Don Newcombe? The sad story thinking about his family. All right. When we come back, Dan Waikiki joins us. He's a national NBA writer for the times longtime friend of the program. That's coming up next. I up yours as sports update for you. Jack remain anchors. Sports play just to recap former.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Eric here on the fan. Hey, Tony how you doing? Long to first time long time. Thank you for taking my call. I welcome aboard. What's going on? I was just thinking I've been I've been listening so much to this hot stove, and I've been listening to all of everybody's sort of couched GM comments when it comes to putting together Yankees roster. And my question is my concern is more related to how right handed. This lineup is. Machado. My opinion. Just further sorta complicate all of that. When you don't have a left-hander in out time. And then basically, you're relegated to Gardner when he plays. And you've got hit Susan not as good as a left handed hitter. And I just to me when I think about a well-balanced lineup. Lineup that produces runs. I think about that two thousand nine lineup rehab. Switch hitters like Masada Swisher and Martin Shera. Balance out the lineup, and it seems like a very right hand heavy lineup. So my thought is and I realize it making it easier for me to say that not. But a scooter Janette batch on the left side or even going ahead and signing someone like rice Harper, which I realize is like a dream at this point. It just seems like it makes that much more sense to balance out that lineup especially when you're not going to have. I know people say well, just get someone like. But. Defense as it is right now is so suspect I can't see them play in. Murphy at second base that just is gonna be a chiller. What are you? What are your thoughts? It's the whole Machado thing. Concerns me because it's just like. Domino's over the place. If you if you if you could get a short stuff, you get about Murphy from if you just got a shortstop would a glove. Torres gets to stay at second base and improve their. And do hard safer third and then DD comes back. Now. The problem is if DD has a setback you stuck with the glove and not not the back. But you're you're you're right. I always thought that Harper makes the better. Fit just because he's lefty. But the, but the overall thing is they don't need any more power. They need guys who can put the ball in play. That's why I like Murphy and look he'll play a little bit of a second. He can play a little bit. I e can play D H. You're not gonna make them to make them the permanent. Second basement. I I of would like to leave where where he is. But you know, you don't want is going back and forth, but they need somebody else. Put the ball in play. It's they they hit too many home runs. That's the problem too many homeless because you rely on it, then when you get into the postseason if you're not hitting home runs. What's plan b? We're talking about this yesterday morning. You know, you if. Stanton's in a slump and he's one for twenty. And it's a tie game is the bottom of the ninth. And there's no outs and a runner at third. You're not gonna he's not gonna to bunt. Somebody else might surprise we buy. But you'll say he's doing you. Let him swing. Guys with home runs into getting a slump. How do you get out of your slump other than trying to hit home runs? You got what are you going to shorten your stroke? Now, you're gonna go the opposite way. Would you haven't been doing it all year? And the other problem is if you bring in someone who's a contact hitter. Where exactly is he playing? Because what garden is gonna be in left Stanford being left sometimes hicksville being center. Whatever what other positions are open. Shortstop, but you're not going to get a permanent shorts that if you if you put Machado, they're then when DD comes back, then where's and do hard going. I've heard you could trade him and get a pitcher or you can send them to first base. Well, what if the combination of of of weights in and bird doing well? I got more problems. If you do all that. Let's go to Alex indicated Alex here on the fan. Tony how you doing? All right, man. How are you? Got good, man. Good. You know, I love listen to at night. A lot of times. I put you on relaxes me told the whole the whole show that you put on the reason I'm calling is really more because as a fan, I want to apologize to you from the fan because you are a gentleman and this guy sunny grade, you know. No one even let you speak. He should be complaining to his khakis photo office Cashman because the fact of the matter is that both the as and the Cincinnati wedge put cocky offers on the table for Cashman to get Sonny. Great and the Yankees. No, no, just as well. As you. Did it sunny? Great value. Yeah. The small market pitcher. Let's face it. If the Yankees took his attitude and said just cut him, you know, how many teams would scoop him up because the Yankees have to pay your salary. Yeah. Absolutely. And he's still a good pitcher. Yeah. Yeah. He he's he's probably number five in New York. And you don't wanna see him. But he's number two or three somewhere else in a small market. I agree. Exactly. Which is why? Kashmir. It's not giving them away. Yeah. He's holding. That he would he would love to get a ready made prospect. That's not gonna happen. So you know, you you he'll he'll he'll get something for him. I know that right. So anyway, I mean, I just had to call you save is because the guy wouldn't let me get a word in edgewise. Great job, man. I love you. I just love you. I appreciate I say, oh, look, I give people a chance to talk sometimes go well out, then, but but that's the whole point of this show. Right. Let's go to Jack in queens. Jack was happening. Hello, tony. Hey, what's up? So here's an interesting thing that I saw on TV the other night Mets classic from may eighty six Mets playing a night game at San Diego. Who's on the mouse, San Diego, Ed Whitson? I base number six Steve Garvey. Okay, shortstop Templeton. Oh, I think they got when they traded. I Smith the Saint Louis number nine at third base. Greg nettles third and then life feel Tony Gwynn so Hernandez up shot. Ground ball to went through Templeton Frontera next baddest. Strawberry hits a monster. Very high shot to right field homerun Mets leading five nothing. And. I just. A very interesting flashback because I said, you know, five months from now this team is gonna win the World Series, San Diego. No, no. May eighty I know that there are underway to the title. And I said now, let's see this is Whitson before he went to the Yankees, right? What did we come back to San Diego? I don't know. But it was just a very interesting. Fifteen minutes, snipping Garvey, which. Templeton, Greg meadows, and Tony Gwynn. And right. It was just very interesting to watch for fifteen minutes. I'm looking right now eighty six. Eighty six. Like game in San Diego. He was. It was a San Diego still and he went to the Yankees later that year. Oh and also talking about sunny gray, his his record in New York with seven oh, we go with five and two with a seven four ERA. Hi, this is they went back to San and see then he went back to San Diego. He's ten and thirteen thirteen and eleven sixteen and eleven fourteen and nine I say air in New York does something that some people take it starts to brain. It's funny. Here's Whitson thirty five years old. He was fourteen and nine two two six ERA with two hundred and twenty eight innings pitched, not bad at all. He's thirty for next year. He was four and six, and that's when his career was over. And also hearing the announcer was Ralph kinda. It was just a wonderful fifteen minutes, you know, watching this. And why and when they sell. The classics and you get to see the old wall players. We know it's all going to be the Mets. But she's I like to see who's on the other team. Also like, you said, you got see Tony Gwynn. Yeah. Nettles? Yeah. And I just enjoyed it. So those fifteen minutes. Oh, I like oh del Beckham. I think I better strange that they scored forty points without him. That's true. Yeah. I don't want Machado here. I don't want Bryce Hoppy here. I could see who's the second baseman that you're talking about. Mark Murphy Murphy Murphy for one year. I could see a second base. He makes contact and I do think wait what I was gonna ask. Why haven't the Yankees try to get to third base on from the Rockies or from the White Sox? Who's the first braille first baseman a white sock because I do not think that Greg bird, and what's the kid's name avoid ROY? I ROY overmatched in the playoffs. And I and I think he's going to be another Shane Spencer and the first Greg bird is another Nick Johnson, very fragile. Yeah. I think I think they need that guy Abreo. No, I talks. I don't think they're going to go that route. I don't think. I think one of them wanna keep the payroll down to. Maybe they think that. But by platooning, those two guys that I it it it does it put that much pressure on bird. I swear I could see bird hidden three seventy in the spring, and then spraying his ankle the first week, and then it'll be scrambling to I wonder. If they bring in Machado and something goes wrong with I eventually Machado goes the thirty two goes back to the second is at that point. Do they check trade do offer first basement 'cause I don't know if you just I don't see him playing. I, you know. A lot of guys like. Macneil? On the message on a blank the kid. He's playing a bunch of games at third so can play one hundred and thirty something games his career. So he knows what third is you. Don't wanna put somebody at first base with never played first base. And you don't want to break them in in the middle of the season. Now, he's playing first base in the spring. And you know, you got an idea what the the ideas, but we'll we'll see. Well, hopefully, the Mets Yankees makes them we'll move this week. Dave, thanks so much on the other side of the glass it again, thanks to Brian Costello. Jetson there..
"ralph kinda" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Quick question is this a bookie road or is it was in sports broadcasting website he's got a he's got a website and it's it should be somewhere online okay so anyway i'm very interested find it on demand it's at our website so one thing he said though i'd beach to get your opinion on this he kinda pointed out in his opinion this could be true could be not true that in doing it so many people reached out and said oh don't forget about these guys don't forget about these guys and he said kinda tool point it doesn't even really matter if you're good it's if you're with a team long enough they're gonna love you i think there's an element to that sure yeah i do too i don't think it's necessarily one hundred percent just that part of the reason you would stay with the team for so long would be because you're you're good enough but you know i wonder about that if if announcers kind of feel that way like yeah sure i mean i do a decent job but the reason that i'm loved is beaker beloved is because i've been here for forty years will then you grew up with me because i think there's a general you know it's a it's a natural thing to love the thing you grew up with and always have a soft spot for yeah look i don't know okay yankee fan again you got to be my age i guess to relate to the conversation but yankee fans that are listening i couldn't tell you that phil rizzuto and bill white and frank messer with a greatest announcers in the world but well resute oh for sure was beloved he wasn't a great announcer but he'd get all those guys were together forever look if you're my age and you're a mets fan it was lindsey nelson bob murphy ralph kinda rough kinder is beloved by mets fans he wasn't the greatest announcer in the world but they'll those guys they did for multiple generations of fans now i think having heard a lot of rick jenrette i loved van miller i think van miller was fantastic i didn't hear as much but i know object of ted darling as well i think those guys were all are or were very good at what they did but sure i think you hit the twenty twenty five years with the same team doesn't mean you're the greatest announcer but generations have grown up with you father to son to maybe even grandson you know vince gully is not a discussion here he's great he's a great announcer but there are guys that have probably done it for thirty forty years i'm trying to think now think of the college teams i don't think there's an answer with syracuse i'm not sure that you know one guy is legendary because he was there forever but you know the guy the guy did north carolina basketball forever the k would lead for to kentucky was woody durham i think in north carolina tennessee had a guy did the volunteer games for forty fifty years he's a legend that gives recently passed away yeah i think some of it is actually if you're around for a long time you're identified with the team you're the voice that people when they think of tennessee football it's this guy tennessee basketball it's this guy because you're there year after year after year after year and that's just how you're connected get some of these guys are great but some of them just you're the voice of the team for twenty plus years and that's how you're going to be remembered i gotta look into often listen to that interview because i think it's really kind of a cold discussion to think about tandems not just like ernie harwell great couldn't even tell you where the michigan football guy was but ernie harwell was a legendary announcer fantastic to listen to to call a baseball game yeah i think it's.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"All right let's play the numbers game number three number three fifteen that's how many teams speaking of the doctors have won the world series this season after losing it most recently the 2015 brial no national league team has done that since the 1944 cardinals the dodgers are gonna look to be only the best nationally team to accomplish that number two number two is nine noah cinder guard said yesterday that pitching coach dave island wants him to own the inside part of the plate in islands time as worlds pitching coached the world's ranked ninth in percentage of pitches inside in the majors the mets were twenty east in that span sooner guides own percentage of pictures inside has gone up each year who's been in the majors with last year of course being a small sample he hit a minor leaguer in the arm during life bp yesterday number one is for aaron judging engine carlos stanton let their respective leagues in home runs last season of course and there are now going to be on the scene team we've already seems an impressive batting practice shows from the two of them they're the four set of reigning allen and i'll homerun champs to plan the same team in the following the season and the first since nineteen 75 when dick allen and mike schmidt did so in the phillies allen led the ailing home runs and 74 with the white sox the news trade after the season to the braves and then to the phillies early in the season the others to do that were joe dimaggio and johnny myse in 1949 and he greenberg and ralph kinda and nineteen forty seven.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on FP's The Editor's Roundtable (The E.R.)
"At flynn is cooperating of what's underneath the but as best we understand it right now the significance of the play right so i let let's just say there's two basic versions of this story right one is the one that you would have uh from listening to those of us who were on the law fair podcast emergency addition which is that this is a very big deal at reflects a show of strength on mahler's part he must have had something quite substantial on flynn and we can expect that flynn is giving something and substantial substantial in return i very very bad news for the trump administration are for the trump white house the other version which is uh it being advanced by veterans of the southern district of new york uh prosecutor's office on the right andy mccarthy writing a national review who is a i in an earlier life a very distinguished southern district harassment prosecutor and preap arare on the left the former us attorney fired by trump both of whom say actually this may reflect weakness on muller's part that he hasn't really have that much more uh and the reason they believe that or that they are hypothesizing that is that it is at least normal southern district practice to make your uh your plead defendant's plea to the worst conduct that they engaged in and you deal with uh you deal with leniency in the context of sentencing but you don't uh in at least in the southern district practice you don't uh not charge the most serious stuff and eyes so i think there is a genuine debate here nobody really knows the answer ralph kinda stabbing in the dark.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"You don't know you don't know what you're going to have other him they don't know i mean they've tried everything that's in the organization on you know what's being discussed now is do you trade amending machado defined a couple of starting pitchers do you take one of your your may be your best player and put him out on the market to see what you can get foreign i don't know the doors are going to do that but it certainly is something that's that's being bandied about because if you can't win with him here because you don't have pitching than djs sondom somewhere else and get the pitching in hope you can win was somebody else while that's that the old branch rickey to ralph kinda i can be in last place with you and i can certainly be in last place without you but if he if you do that wouldn't you'd like wait till next year melania when somebody would walk aren't him because he's afraid at the end of next year right it probably get more it may be rebuild like that might the way the yankees did with an andrew miller enchantment yup yup you can do that uh but as you know the problem is how long do hey if you want to do that how long do hang onto the player because the closer you get to the free agency year players know is going to go out analysts lucky you're going to get some foreign whereas if you're going this offseason and offering and a team would really like to have him for next year maybe they're willing to give a little more bag i don't know wind that's always the game the front office us deploy and do they want to do it i mean here's the i mean adam jones has been the face of the franchise for his career now manny machado really is taken that spot with the fans these the face of the orioles and and considered to be the foundation of their future so can you do that without having a fan reaction the truly negative gary wonderful senior general start again in sarasota next year given oral always a pleasure thank you the lead off spot was brought to you.
"ralph kinda" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Walters in texas hate on wall i'm doing is fun bulk first time caller good deal i amador i would texas aggie france will this kind of hits a little bit of home and i'm wondering what his quarterbacks will do the first game years ago come out the other stood or come out with all this you know pressure on him but the question i got is if he had mentioned alabama and if he just said oh you texas baylor clemson anybody knock that would it be the biggest story because everything what what did he say that's not true well i think i think it's not so much what he said he's in true at me there's there's obviously morsels of truth just gives the impression that alabama is a football factory well they are now made the how many natural typically your action at the only thing people care about at alabama's football when we all know that's not true well yeah they're basketball school for sure is coming up yet another sign of four appearance but you know that's just all ahead to say i mean he didn't really say anything crew than in ralph kinda took everything i wanted to say he said it until maybe i better go get a job with ralph look they did i mean it's all about you know alabama is obviously the best team in the country for how long the last ten fifteen twenty years so out of his mouth spouse alabama you know i agree why didn't you say well the pissed in a west coast uk say us air uk say washing because they float around the everton every year but you're right we all snapshot world and uh.