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"randy michaels" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:47 min | 2 months ago

"randy michaels" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"This film does it justice, pre ordered September 19th at Salem now dot com watched the movie on demand or by the DVD on Friday September 23rd at Salem now dot com that Salem now dot com Salem now dot com. Volks welcome back, did I mention dean Cain that he's going to be on the program? Did I mention that? Yeah. Well, here he is. Dean Cain, welcome back. Thank you, sir. Happy to be here. You're starring in a film right now called no vacancy, which is like it's a faith film, but it's not merely a faith film, it's not like officially a Christian film. It's a film. It's a real film, about a true story. In order to be officially a Christian film, Kevin sorbo has to be in it. I don't know if you know that. Yeah, so this is just like a regular film. It's called no vacancy. And we were just telling the audience that this is a true story. So what is the story, it's about a pastor, you play the pastor who wants to help homeless and addicted people and what does he do? He opens up like a motel, a hotel for homeless. You know, they already have a men center there doing a lot of things for the homeless, but they they're the problem is so pervasive, they need more space. And so he feels called to purchase this motel nearby owned by a family nearby and he just feels like that's the right thing to do to give these, you know, and you see examples of who the people are, whether it's Cecil Johnson, played by TC stallings, whether it's this young homeless family, this mother with two kids, who you see the people who are being helped. Do you see them in their situations? And then you see what happens when they get the help they need. And he is trying to raise money to purchase this to help the homeless and what happens. So there's three stories going on at the same time. There's the passer story. There's TC stalling story. At Cecil Johnson. And then it's told through the eyes of Randy Michaels, played by Sean young. Who is a jaded reporter who has to cover this beat and gets this story and is bored to death with it. And then starts to see what's happening though, starts to see at a city council meeting how the city planners and people around their turn against the pastor, they don't want the homeless there. They say it's like feeding cats. If your feet is straight cat, you're going to have more stray cats. We don't want that around here. And you profess to be, you know, to be Christian and want to help, yet you don't. You don't want anywhere near here. And that's what that's a big part of the problem he runs into. She's a newspaper writer. So she tells a story in the paper and that gets a lot of people paying attention. And then you get the most amazing cross section of people who step up to help. It's awesome. The moment that happens in the film is my favorite moment, of course. It's one of my favorite moments, but when everybody comes together to help, the community comes together and does what communities should. Help others. What year roughly did the true story happen? What decade are we talking about? I think this was the I want to be sure because I've done a lot of stuff since we shot this. 70s or 80s. I think it might have been the 80s. And the homelessness problem, the hub of the homelessness problem, was right there in Central Florida. Unbelievable. Now it's in California. So we should learn a thing or two from no vacancy. Yeah. Well, I'm sorry that in our previous segment talking about this, I neglected to mention Sean young. People know her from so many films. I can't even remember what I probably saw her first in the 80s and like what Blade Runner. So she's been in so many films, but it's just so cool that she is in this film, playing the reporter. And the reporter, as you say, starts out kind of cynical. Oh, completely. Completely cynical. You know, like most people, I think, unfortunately. I mean, there's there to have some cynicism walking into somebody, but then she really sees. She sees what's going on. She sees, you know, Cecil Johnson's transformation. And she sees how and he tells the story to her. And then she watches what we're trying to do with other people and she realizes that she has her own brother who is someone who's in a situation who needs to kind of help that we offer. And she actually eventually gets him that help. And it's just a wonderful, it's a wonderful story and the thing about it that still kills me is that it's all true. It really is true. And it's one of a million stories. It's kind of funny, though, that she plays this kind of cynical reporter. If I'm a casting director, I'm like cynical, Sean young. She can pull that off. I can see it. I can see her sneering. I can just see I've seen it before. I can see her do it. No, but it is true like a story like this. I know so many churches and so many pastors and so many Christians that have been involved in these kinds of things. And typically what they do is unheralded. And that's one of the reasons I'm excited about the film. By the way, folks, again, it's no vacancy as the title of the film, no vacancy. You can go to Salem now dot com, Salem now dot com. But the film is out. It's called no vacancy. And it really is important, I think, that we let people know, this is what Christians do. I mean, the blind side was a film just like that with Sandra Bullock. Christians do these things, but typically no one hears about it. And then you get these secular voices in the culture sneering that you don't do anything. You don't live out your faith. There's so many people that are living out their faith. And they're doing it right now while we're having this conversation. All across America and it's just a beautiful thing. I want to have a kind of thing that draws headlines though, you know? It's just not the kind of thing that you help people. Oh, gee. That's much more the hypocrisy of the church will always draw headlines. And that's been the narrative since we were kids. But when people are living out their faith rarely does Hollywood go in that direction, they're much more comfortable, really, with being cynical about it, and many times that's ignorance and other times it's a real animus against faith. They have bought this idea that it's phony and they're only going to portray that. We've just got seconds left, but I want to remind people folks the film is no vacancy, no vacancy movie. You can go to no vacancy movie or you can go to Salem now dot com, Salem now dot com and I want to say to dean Cain, thank you for being willing to play a positive role like this and for all that you do,.

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"randy michaels" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:34 min | 4 months ago

"randy michaels" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"After this. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. And we are back here. What an afternoon it has been already Mel Tucker and some I was about to say crazy calls, but I don't want to say that. Let's check in with Elliott in Ohio. Elliot, how are you? Hey, Paul. You know, it's been sinking in. I think this is probably the saddest week in college football history. Game day no longer in the Big Ten. No Penn State whiteout on ESPN. Desmond and Kirby, gone from telecasting in the Big Ten. My question is, is this just like the song from the stylistics where we used to break up and make up and that song's over? And now it's a permanent breakup and the SEC is going to have its own championship and the Big Ten is going to have its own championship. I'm trying to figure this all out. It was a good song, by the way. I don't know. I think this waxing poetic is being taken to extreme, we live in an evolving world where suddenly players are now making money, coaching salaries are through the roof. We had to coach on today who's has a $100 million contract. So why is it such a big deal that for the first time in 40 years, a game won't be on ESPN? To me, fans just want to see the games. Are they really concerned about the network broadcasting the game or the Paul? I mean, half the time, do you even know who's doing the game? Paul, it's rivalry. Look at the last time that game day came to Columbus. You know what I did? I showed up with the sign that said, the SEC is overrated dot com. I got coverage all over the place. It's too big for me. 'cause I don't. But nobody's saying, I would imagine game day will be there this year for the Ohio State Notre-Dame game. Nobody's saying game day won't be going to the Big Ten. Game day has gone to places where the Fox show is broadcasting from and the Fox new game is. Game day tries to sell itself on a show that covers college football. Now, is it practical to think there'll be there less? Yeah, I think that's reasonable. But it's not like fox is not going to have an expanded show. They will. People, people know who's broadcasting musburger, broadcasting over the buckeyes come on. We know who's broadcasting out there. We have our favorite. I mean, you're talking about an era when there were just a handful of people doing the games. So many games on a day now, I mean, yeah, I think you know when the when the best crew is on there, but for your garden variety, middle of the day game, I don't think it matters a whole lot. But my question really is, is this is the is ESPN offended that they didn't get into this deal? Or did they walk out because they wanted out? Is this like a breakup between the two? In a perfect world, we would be able to interview all those network executives, but here's why we can't interview them right now because the deal has not been announced. So this is all reporting. This was not anything official. Maybe when it's all over, I'm sure ESPN will put out a statement. That praises the Big Ten for their long and it'll be a 30 for 30. It'll be a 30 for 30 partners in crime, how the SEC and the Big Ten changed college football. Yeah, I don't know about that. I mean, again, maybe I'm maybe I'm just not as nostalgic as I need to be, but I think there are far more important things in college football than the network that brings you the game. Saying, making that statement from a television network. Let's check out Randy next up in Georgia. Hey, Randy. Michael, how are you doing today? I'm good. How are you? Very well, Randy, thank you. I had three questions for you real quick. I wanted to see what games you thought was the type of Jordan. And I wanted to see if they were to go to a 9 game schedule. Would they play more games or less games if it goes to that? And I wanted to see what you hear from Georgia. Yeah, I hear good things, Randy, in terms of the toughest game. I think it could be at Kentucky because it's late in the year and it's just a it comes at the end of a really long run. You got Florida, Tennessee, one in Jacksonville, one at home. And then at Mississippi state, do not do not sleep on that game. That's a tough game to play. And then you play Kentucky at the end of that stretch. I think Georgia needs to be careful state game is a dangerous too, but I think those are tougher games than and I also think that Missouri game early on could sneak up on Georgia. I think Georgia will win these games, but I'm just giving you where I think could be a close call. Hey, thank you for the call very much. I appreciate it. Let's check out Jake in Washington. Hello, Jay. Good afternoon. Hi, Paul. How are you? Fine, thanks.

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"randy michaels" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:18 min | 1 year ago

"randy michaels" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Rush Limbaugh the greatest radio talk shows of all time tried a little bit in television didn't work out so well but Russia is still the greatest there ever was when it comes to talk radio Bill O'Reilly who was great in cable TV Did not really succeed in radio There's only one person in America that dominates nachos radio but also television and also authors of books That is my friend Sean Hannity and Sean Hannity Welcome again to the Bill Cunningham show and Sean how are you Bill Cunningham great American God bless you I need a full report because the country that I used to know as the United States of America the greatest country God gave man is in deep trouble today sir Well let's go back in time because I like to This is we're celebrating the 25 years of Fox and you were there from day one and I've seen some of the old videos of you 25 years ago And by the way I heard that I heard that chuckle Billy Cunningham believe me I've been getting I've been getting this chuckle all week All right let's talk about why did Sean Hannity happen Because I know a little better about your journey in the south through talk radio And we were together briefly in GST in Atlanta But talk about how you made your way what did roger ALC that many others didn't see Right place right time right talent How did that happen You know I don't know It's very outliers to be honest I mean it was a blessing the timing was great I used to ask roger because when you look at those old tapes I mean I look like 20 years old My hair was a lot blacker Billy Cunningham than it is today as you can see And I was a radio guy like you and my passion was radio That's all I really cared about And lo and behold I start doing all these TV shows out of Atlanta CNN was calling me like every other day to do their live audience show talk back live And then I kept getting called up to New York to do Geraldo and Sally Jesse and Phil Donahue and all these other shows And anyway one of those times roger ailes saw me and gave me an opportunity he was running on CNBC at the time And he gave me an opportunity on Saturday night to host a show talk live I hosted it then new Cambridge becomes speaker I'm still a local radio host in Atlanta And then newt stopped doing interviews and like February of 95 and I have been the emcee of the night when he became speaker And I call roger I said if you want I can get him for the full hour and I got another hour on that on CNBC on Saturday night It was a call in show And then he said after that appearance don't sign in another contract until you talk to me And that's how you and of course you're in New York City guy anyway but then did you begin with Alan combs into that come later No no we started with those Hannity and combs It was October 7th 1996 Alan such a great guy and by the I think some of the best exchanges ever in the history of television or Alan combs and Billy Cunningham Boy one time in particular you know the moment I'm talking about Yes You got him so riled up and so angry and poor Allen You guys were able to work it out I served as the chief justice Negotiated a peaceful settlement and you guys were back to being friends again A little story I don't know if I related this to you but I'm in line about a week later I have my two little grandkids are with me And they were like three and 5 and I'm in line to go in some little ride of kids land and my phone rings and it's an area of New York City and I normally wouldn't pick it up but honestly I thought it was you So I picked it up And he said Bill this is Alan combs and I said oh Allen How are you doing man He said not good He said I think you embarrassed me on my show and I feel like I'm out and apology You weren't respectful to me And I said look Alan it's your show and Sean show if I did anything to offend you I'm sorry And do you remember what exactly it was man out of context It was something that would communism something new in Marxism He was my correct identified as a communist in the beginning of his life When he and Marxist Yeah I mean listen he was hard for left but the thing about Alan he was a nice guy and he really believed it Yes And you know and he left this earth wave way too early and you know what We both felt pretty blessed with two radio guys Radio wanders if we will what most people in Cincinnati may not know are a lot of people and radio or the travelers of this fruited plane if you will And they're going all around the country from city to city and market to market And I did a little of that in my life from California to Alabama to Georgia One funny story for the people since then Annie that'll listen to the big one here today But that before I started in Atlanta they wanted to send in a host to kind of set set it up that anybody other than him would be satisfactory So they brought in Bill Cunningham and this is at the time when the Atlanta Braves were at their hottest point in life And Bill Cunningham comes in making fun of the city of Atlanta making fun of the phrase making fun of the hawks making fun of the falcons talking about how crappy the city is and you beat up the people on the air for a good two weeks and by the time I showed up they were like thank God we'll take the guy from New York over that Cincinnati guy any day That guy is out of here and that was a brilliant move by Randy Michaels who said look brilliant move That's Randy Michael's one O one You gotta be so bad that we bring in Sean Hannity and say thank God Hannity's here is that a Cunningham That was beautiful Thank God that other guy left what a relief this new guy is so much better He likes our.

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"randy michaels" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"randy michaels" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"And then Jeff Birding saved me and put me in his box had some shrimp flambe and lobster Newberg and the burning box as I watched FC Does what all sports teams doing this town, which is lose to zip, but they mean that go the goalkeeper for Colorado was unbelievable. He was making saves out the wazoo. Well, Think FC played as well as Colorado, but it didn't just didn't put their hand in the cookie jar. That's all to an L and then, uh, FCC is an action on Wednesday night at Chicago. Next big game is at home against the Columbus crew. Can you say crew? Hell is real. Then hell is real. That's what their talent. It was good. I'm glad it happened. And Jeff Burning was the orchestrator of this whole deal. He put it together, did a great job. So, but I want to go to arrest. You See, Mr Lindner, we passed in the back there and he okay, well, he calls me the great American, he said. Call me trade. Well, the the student reporters a proud service, every local temp star heating and air conditioning dealers. 10 star quality you could feel in Cincinnati cost Stacy heating and Air Solutions at 513367. H e A T sparked a minute. I got a text here from Russ Jackson. How do you keep Randy Michaels off the Mount Rushmore of 700? Without Randy, the big one doesn't exist. That's true, But he was only on the What about Powel Crosley? He had some.

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"randy michaels" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"randy michaels" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Premature award presentation Brought to you by Nobody premature Markkula ation. And when Calvin Johnson doesn't go in this year, and he is a Hall of Famer, nobody's gonna argue with that at all. But when Calvin Johnson going in this Megatron of the Detroit Lions, he they've got to catch up on old business is the way the NFL work. I'll bet you another round of sandwiches that he knew. OK, OK, you were on murder, eight minutes. Charles Woodson. Mark will be the first time guys to go this year. I'm trying to help you out here. You're gonna lose it back. County judge any going in the health and John's going. The whole thing is here. Hey, he didn't even pay $20. Mark cover two sandwiches today. He could make you can afford $20. I think I paid $20 for that's what I said Merck lost. Merc lost the bed yesterday. I said we got bars sandwiches coming. I haven't had a Barney sandwich in forever. Thank you, Mark. I'm trying to save you some money. He's not going in the hall of Fame this Leroy Butler is going in this year. You want another sandwich? Bet I grant you that little I don't know, Probably, but Calvin's going in as well. I like boxing around, man. It's his partner. Having a good time shot more than I get. I get. No, I got another bourbon. Fine. Not my Lord. Come on The Jetsons. Bourbon. I'll do I said Mark confuses me sometimes, too, because you know every once in a while on it. We see eye to eye on a lot of things. And, yeah, I agree with him about dreaming. But then I'll tell me what Dwight Howard's not hall fame arrested. Mark What What And what? I I actually I actually have changed, But they told me that a couple years ago is like Mark. No one Chris going Chris Pashto. But Dwight Howard when you're wrong on that, too, I mean, but you're doing it twice. I mean, you know how you're talking about inherited like a four time defensive player of the year He took a team to the finals by himself. I'm a guy could best player on that team was Jameer Nelson, Right? I mean, are you kidding? I'm a guy that calls for open mikes. I believe that everybody should be able to chime in on this show whenever they feel they've got something of input to go ahead and provide for the show. But when you start making those proclamations in any other of this silliness There may be a vote taken here between the four of us if we might not want to cut that Michael off. No, I will never come works. Mike's What I'm trying to tell you because this silliness is wonderful sometimes. Yeah, yes. Yeah, like that. My brother Randy. Michael never become. Hope replaces, Okay? We're having a good time today. Nothing's getting cut off When we come back. I want to play what's with George McCaskey taking shots at Waddell? I think they're close enough. They have a close enough relationship where I think he could take a tongue in cheek shot, Adam, but we'll find out we'll see what it sounds like We're gonna play it coming up next. Plus, I've got odds on who the bear Starting quarterback is going to be in 2021. You've already got some online books. Given posting action on that, and I'll give you a little update 3123323776. If you'd like to join us today, Talk about anything you like Bulls Blackhawks, both in Action Tonight divisional weekend in the National Football League, who is going to be the Bears quarterback next year? Yeah, you can chime in and we'll go over some of the odds when we come back Next. You're listening to Carmen in.

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