18 Burst results for "Raquel Welch"
"raquel welch" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Doing it and then, he said, But if you miss you have to pay for everyone's drinks for the next hour. You want to give it a shot? I thought about it for a minute there, but I ended up I said No, no thing. You know the stakes. The stakes are just too high. Thank you. I love that Joe is a great joke. Really deliver. Yeah, That was a great just so great. He's got it down. Sounded like a true story is Yeah. I love it. Your eyes. Good, Johnny. Thank you. Let's keep going, Bandy driving around southern Indiana fixing stuff people broke on. Just call Sam used family. Listen to you girls for years and sleep. I guess we have to listen to rob to tow him out. Yeah, the thing about Brad been John Mayer, and I don't have an opinion about that. Is that getting kind of old people still talking about it? I have to go back to the rest dealer Mount Rushmore, because not one and all the time. I listen. Did anybody ever mentioned Raquel Welch and you can't put a chisel the stone unless you Start with her so that their money on that mark, I got a couple of jokes for you. I made up mostly like, um I don't think anyone else will ever walk in a room and flip the light switch on and light doesn't come on and you reach over and switch to flip the switch afew more time. And it doesn't work. What do you call that might call it an exercise and utility on. Also imagine here in a small room in a building and Someone open the door. Let's 15 dogs in and minutes later, someone opened the door again. Let's about 20 cats in and they're all yelling and screaming each other and yet You get all tense and nervous. What do you call that? I call it claustrophobia. I.
"raquel welch" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Let's go right into him. A chick A rob, This is Johnny Bloomington again. Hamlin's story about this last week I went to the bar. And when I went into the bar, there are these three pieces of me. They were hanging from the ceiling, which I thought was pretty odd Bartender what that was all about? And he says, Here's the deal. If you could jump up and clap that meat, you get free drinks for the rest of the night. That's a pretty good deal. I thought about doing it and he said, But if you miss You have to pay for everyone's strength for the next hour. You want to give it a shot? I thought about it for a minute there, but, uh, I ended up I said, no. Nothing. You know those steaks. The stakes are just too high. I love that Joe is a great joke that is really deliver. Yeah, that was a great just so great. He's got it down. Sounded like a true stories is Yeah. I love it. You know this guy, Johnny? Thank you. Let's keep going. This is Mandy, driving around. Southern Indiana fixing stuff people broke. And just because I'm a huge fan, But listen to you girls for years and sleep. I guess we have to listen to rob to tow him out. Yeah. I have a list of the things about bribe in John Mayer. And I don't have an opinion about that. Is that getting kind of old people still talking about it? I have to go back to the rest dealer Mount Rushmore. Oh, because not once. And all the time I listen. Did anybody ever mentioned Raquel Welch and you can't put a chiseled stone unless you start with her so that their money on that Mark. I got a couple of jokes for you. I made up mostly like, um I don't think anyone else will ever walk in a room and flip the light switch on and ah The light doesn't come on and you reach over and switch. Left the switch a few more times, and it doesn't work. What do you call that? I call it an exercise and utility on. Also imagine here in a small room in a building and Someone open the door. Let's fisting dogs in and Even if later someone opened the door again. Let's about 20 cast in and They're all yelling and screaming each other and yet you get all tense and nervous. What do you call that? I call it claustrophobia. I know they're bad..
"raquel welch" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I guess it is definitely said speaks volumes. Um there's adapters, which I guess have to do with the person listening, or I guess anybody either one. Ah, making themselves more comfortable. You know when you're in a conversation with somebody, and they just kind of shift in their seats, like settle in, Yeah, Now they could be doing it differently. Where there fidgeting there, move shifting in their seat uncomfortably like they can't get comfortable. That says something totally different than somebody who's just like settling in just making themselves more comfortable right now, or I guess if you like, if you're having a conversation, and someone just Sits upon the edge of their seat. That kind of says we're done here. Sure, like I'm about to get up. Yeah. So please say something enclosure. Yeah, especially if you sigh while you do that, too, You know? And then there's affect this place. And these are the ones that most people think of when they think of body language. These are the ones that, um you know, like where you make that face When you eat something putrid or your shoulders go up around your ears when you're scared all of a sudden if you're mad, it's emotional based. Yeah, Emotion based like your eyebrows, furrow, right? There's just so much body language. I came across this one guy from 1978. And em Argyle. No idea what the M stands for. But in 1978 professor, eh, Margo? A researcher of body language, said that there's probably something like 700,000 words in the body language, human body language. I have no idea how he or she came up with that seems high, but it's fun to throw out there. Junk. Science, 1978. You could say anything back then. It's like sports like social psychology. Um Misinterpreting body languages. We talked a little bit about that. That is very easy to do. They have one little anecdotal story about a woman who was a consultant that think she was pitching in the CEO of a big company, and the guy just sat there, basically, with this arms crossed and didn't emote. At the end was just like, thank you. And she thought, Well, I've blown this one and turns out that is just the way that guy is. He loved this jerk and he loved the presentation. And if he hadn't elected he just would have left is what The partner said. I think So you can easily misinterpret body language. I don't know if it's because it could be dangerous and that well, I mean, that's part of the problem. It can be dangerous, especially when you apply it to all law enforcement like Paul Eckman. We talked about him heavily in the micro expressions episode because basically Studied micro expressions through facial movement facial muscle movement and figured out what each one meant. And he came up with the facial action coding system. Which apparently the FBI and other law enforcement agencies used to tell whether you're lying or you're hiding something in an interrogation, misreading that that's dangerous. That's when it becomes dangerous for sure. Yeah, this dude. I was talking about Joe Navarro, who was a 25 year vet of the FBI. He's written a lot about body language, and he's one of the ones that warns about the myths and misreading things. But his Ah, he wrote a whole article on shoulders. He said. Everyone's always talking about the face and facial expressions. He thinks you can read a lot into the shoulders of a person. Whether it's slumping, blowing up or On. Then he actually talked to criminals. Over his entire career and said, What do you look for? In a victim? So if you're looking to not be victimized, you might want to avoid these things. Okay, looking frail or weak or not Athletic? Yeah. Workout or just, you know, try and carry yourself. You're not frailer week. You know, I think there's a lot to do with shoulders. Situational awareness, which is a big one. Yeah, if you just look like you're have your head in the clouds. That's one for Maia. Target. What? You're in your head about something? Sure. Yeah. On then, the way someone swings their arms. Bigger vigorously or real. Subdued or not at all, like on that one of the books. Yeah, that was it. Was that Raquel Welch? No, it was well, yeah..
"raquel welch" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"We where are you right now on hi yeah for sure is that for a ride the so is so is that your fantasy our fantasy with this well see I've been I've been allowable Recco of all my my friend she's seen in the act as she still looks good I I have to say you know like ninety nine are hundred hello Watson and I got a look up I have no idea who you're talking about here but I'll I'll look or a friend Hey maybe I know we're by face you know Raquel Welch we'll you'll learn about her bold's jazz rock cal well all right she yeah back in the day she I she she looks nice but not a saturated because he's incredibly old so when she's young we don't have as good a cameras she looks like she might have some work done but she's here's the first article that comes up Raquel Welch is still absolutely stunning at eighty hard pass is granted hard Pat what is that number Oscar what is happening while you are you are you are trying to be rocked in the cradle you're going after the Cougars man I'm John I would get waves in our eighty I would give anything to have dinner with them I got you so she was so beautiful and still is at eighty my goodness at eighty if she if she made love to a if you add to it to a stallion like you're so you'd breaker one thrust she died right right right back yeah maybe I'll ask her Hey love hearing your voice man thanks for calling you are you let me show let me show you to ma'am our please all right a breath of fresh air you got that energy let's take a lady let's continue with this fun fast Li you got a movie fantasy for me I do I hit me up what's what I have left the Wall Street here Gina okay wait wait by the way the game is you can't tell me the movie I got to guess the movie all right continue I know that all right all right all right I'll log I'm walking through the buildings in downtown Orlando okay suddenly I get harassed buy a manner to in band we get harassed by a man so I what I've learned to Amanda Louisiana or two okay all right couple eight matched him now bill joy anticrime Sam rescues me is it Zora are you in Zorro no I'm not email all right all right email and she turns out to be Charlie's fair and playing.
"raquel welch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Just imagine your own army of microscopic submarines ridding your blood vessels of pathogens before they pose a real threat. Wasn't there a movie like that? What was the name of that movie? Fantastic. Voyage fantastic voyage, actually, entering inside the human body, exploring, an unknown universe unknown. With Raquel Welch. Stephen Boyd one of my favorite movies from the sixties. It looks like it's going to be coming real. Although they're not talking about shrinking people into the thing. But still the president of CitiBank says that within five years robots are going to replace as many as ten thousand employees at the Bank. He said the area's most likely for automation were in technology and perations where forty percent of the bank's employees work. The World Economic Forum says automation is gonna kill five million jobs by twenty twenty that's two years on a worldwide basis. You've got to ask yourself if you're job might be threatened, by the way, we've got a new supercomputer record. The department of energy now has the most powerful supercomputer on the planet. It is sixty percent faster than the old record holder. It produces two hundred quad. Trillion calculations per second. That's about a million times faster than your laptop computers. Also, a lot bigger than your laptop. It's the size of two tennis courts and weighs more than seven forty seven. So they'll get smaller. And when they do your laptop will be that fast. Pretty soon. More computer news,.
"raquel welch" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"By. I Mark credit union making a good life better. Birthdays. Almost almost forgot actor William divine who is having a birthday today. Seventy-nine X-Files space Cowboys knights landing twenty four on television. He had a part in marathon man, McCabe and MRs Miller was in from here to eternity now. He's selling gold every afternoon on Fox News. You might be selling it somewhere else. But he's definitely got. It got his hand in piracy and Fox News is pocket and rolling thunder motion picture, he was in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven filmed here in San Antonio about a Vietnam veteran who came back home, and then all kinds of stuff just started going wrong. Can you name the other co stars of that movie? Charlie parker. Charlie parker. Exactly, Tommy Lee Jones. Dabney coleman. And some guy named Robert Guthrie played reporter number three. I did not know Bob Guthrie at the time when I was cast for the part of bus drivers sitting in bus on karmic. Actually, it's been cut from the movie since that time, and I didn't get any credit listed under the ice. Bob ways. Yeah. Of course. I like to say, but I think I can technically say I was in a movie with William vain, Tommy Lee Jones Dabney Coleman. Can I not? Yes. You can. Yeah. That movie by the way was actually a pretty good movie because I was in it that didn't hurt things at all. But I think they spent like five million dollars making it and made close to seventy or eighty and Rosco p Coltrane was in it to James best. Yeah. James best. Yeah. Yeah. But no, Charlie Parker. We mentioned. It's Raquel Welch's birthday somebody doing a favorite because I don't have time. We'll actually I do have time. But my computer doesn't work again, somebody Google a picture of Raquel Welsh at the age of seventy eight still looks. I wanna bet I'm going to bet that she doesn't look older than sixty. If that still gorgeous. Okay. What where's the what years the picture? Don't turn around. Just tell me. Okay. My mom. We don't know. All right..
Head of California Dems calls for In-N-Out boycott over GOP contribution
"The head of, the California Democratic party this week called for a boycott of the popular fast food chain, in and out after, a public filing revealed that the company had donated twenty five thousand dollars to the California Republican party party chairman Eric Baumann into tweet. On Wednesday linked to a? Story about. The contribution in Rhode eat to. In and out with the hashtag boycott in. And out in and out executive vice president Arne Weisinger said, in a statement, Thursday that? The company made equal contributions to both democratic and Republican political action committees and California in. Two thousand eighteen for years, in and out burger supported lawmakers. Who regardless of. Political affiliation promote policies. That strengthen California and allows us to. Continue. Operating with. The values of providing strong pay and great benefits for our
"raquel welch" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"He's all buddies acknowledging you like what kind of life would you be living for all that time? You think that like his wife's just ignoring him, but like right to his face, like all waiters are mean to him. Taxis won't stop from cause he's white. I don't know. That doesn't make sense, right. We all know that's not how it works. So I just not sure how he could possibly think that he's, I mean, maybe there's some weird ghost world where he doesn't understand the passage of time, but that doesn't make any. No, I'm with you on that. Although maybe he just, you know, maybe his wife never really let him get awarded wasn't he was just sort of husband can relate Chris on Twitter, blows my mind with this as a Star Wars junkie. There was a period in my life on the original Star Wars where I watched it every Saturday I watch as a little kid I watch pro wrestling than I watch Star Wars, and then I practiced. All right. So that was always my routine. I have watched that movie a million times not literally, but I never thought of this. How could there be a snake like creature in a trash compactor on a Madden made planet like weapon, like people. Made this weapon in the middle of space. Where did the snake come from? I have never thought of that until this moment. Chris, you have ruined much. That's a really good point. Maybe have some sort of Noah's ark type incident with a flying spaceship that deposited a couple of creatures on this place. No, taking the too far you might understand these references. They sound good, but I haven't seen these things so I don't know for sure. But somebody said in the movie wolverine if wolverines adamantine was taken away from him, how did he get it back in the x. men future past. And then also in game of thrones the walkers are afraid of water. Then who went in the water to hook the dragon up to get it out of the water worth questioning. Also, if the characters on big bang are on professor salaries, how come they always get takeout and they never cook that show. That is a good. That's a good question. I mean, because they don't ever. I've never seen anything cook their suffer. Like there was one breakfast episode. I think we're one of them have breakfast. That's it. So that's a. A sir, psycho says, how did any frame rehashing the poster of Raquel Welch from inside the tunnel, right. I never thought about this hard because there's a whole there, right? So he just would need to either via some gum or other sticky substance reaches hand back in round, push the whatever sticky substance on. And then actually, Mike is blowing my mind with the visual from behind the glass showing me that you live the poster from the bottom. Yeah, exactly. And then it just falls back down behind you. You don't even have to press excellent point. Yeah, Mike, Gabe blowing my mind take the rest of my aunt men is told that his mass doesn't change upon miniaturization, which means that no aunts would be able to support his weight. Okay. I mean, yeah, I don't. I don't know. Like I don't. I've never seen that man. Does that make me bad person on? No me neither. But that sounds legit. Apparently in in the Will Smith movie wild wild west, which unfortunate thing we've probably all seen. No, we shouldn't admit. He beats up a guy in the spider, and then there's a jump cut in the guys electrocuted. Somehow. And we in fairness, we've spent a little time workout in workshop in this. So we left out some of the movies like little mermaid that make you suspend so much disbelief. We're trying to. No suspension of disbelief is fine. It's the, it's the things where they're like, this is how it happened. And you're like, you didn't explain this part. So I get the dancing crab part, but I don't get this part. Yeah. Like how come Edward Scissorhands wasn't cold and he was constantly cutting up ice what is in the ice melt doesn't mean I mean, why isn't everybody freeze? That's a great point. And wouldn't the scissors actually create friction to, wow, bam, rust. Hello? Bruin movies for me. Coming up this calill mex- hold out spill into the regular season. This seems like a plot hole in the football season to me, we'll talk about that and does it how it will affect the raiders coming up next.
"raquel welch" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Universe unknown date With Raquel Welch and Stephen Boyd one of my favorite movies from the sixties it looks like that's going to. Be coming real although they're not talking about shrinking people into the thing but, still the president of CitiBank. Says that within five years robots are going to replace as many as. Ten thousand employees at the Bank he said the area's. Most likely for automation were in, technology and operations where forty, percent of the. Bank's employee's work the? World? Economic Forum says automation is going. To kill five million jobs by twenty twenty two years on a. Worldwide basis you've got to ask yourself if your job might be threatened by the way got a new supercomputer. Record the department of energy now? Has the most powerful supercomputer on the? Planet it, is sixty percent faster than the old record, holder it produces two, hundred quadrille Ian calculations per second that's about a million. Times faster than your laptop computers also a lot bigger than your laptop it's, the size of two tennis. Courts and weighs more than seven forty seven so look at a look. At it smaller and when they do your laptop will. Be that fast pretty soon More computer news Stanford University and. Google have created a technology that can track time down to. One hundred billions, of a second they plan to synchronize a giant network of computers with nanosecond precision guess who, wants that stock exchanges. Because millions of orders come in every second and. High-speed trading firms are needing to know who. Place their order I because who gets there first gets their trade done, first. By the way a billionth of a second is roughly the time it takes for light to travel twelve inches So.
"raquel welch" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"On a, fantastic voyage actually entering, inside the human body exploring an unknown universe unknown With Raquel Welch and Stephen Boyd one of my favorite. Movies from the sixties it looks like. That's going to become real although they're not talking about shrinking. People into the thing but still the president of, CitiBank says that within five years robots are going to replace as many. As ten thousand employees at the Bank he said the. Area's most likely for automation. Were, in technology operations where forty, percent of the. Bank's employees work the? World? Economic Forum says automation is gonna. Kill five million jobs by twenty twenty that's two years on a. Worldwide basis you've got to ask yourself if your job might be threatened by the way we've got a new. Supercomputer record the department of energy? Now has the most powerful supercomputer on? The planet it is sixty percent faster than the old record holder, it produces two hundred, quad Trillion calculations per. Second that's about a million times faster than your laptop computers. Also a lot bigger than your laptop it's the. Size of two tennis courts and weighs more than seven forty seven so. They'll get smaller and when they do your laptop will. Be that fast pretty soon More computer news Stanford University and Google have created a. Technology that can track time down to one hundred billions of. A second they, plan to synchronize the giant network of computers with nanosecond precision guests who wants that, stock exchanges because millions of orders. Come in every second and high-speed trading firms or. Needing to know who place their order I. Because who gets there first gets their trade done first by the, way, a. Billionth of a second is roughly the time, it takes for light to travel.
"raquel welch" Discussed on Natch Beauty
"Can lift the lines of the muscles with frowny facial patches. And that is amazing. How often do you wear them and how does it work? Well, when you're beautiful and young and hardly have any lines like you come on, we wear for a few nights every month in it'll keep it under control and you'll never consider any injectables. I was doing them every night. Maybe that's why look so good. That's right. That's high y. You do. Well, you know what? If you wait until the lines are deeper, you need to do it every night until you feel comfortable with what appearance you have at the end of the day, the beginning of the day when I take them off, you look great and fresh, but then at the end. Of the day. If you see the wrinkles coming back, you wear the patch the next night. But if it doesn't come back at the end of the day, then you're good, you can relax, but you just kind of watch it. Put yourself on a plan that works for you and where are based out of Ohio very rain. And then this is a family run business certainly didn't your mother. My actually husband's great grandmother canyon to the product in eighteen eighty nine. I don't know if you young, beautiful girls, no recall wells, but if LA well, she wrote a book called beyond the cleavage and she wrote three pages about frowns and she said that she used them before. There was any cosmetic surgeries. She was using brownies Rene Russo, used them a Livia to Havilland from gone with the wind. We know around for that long. They all use this glorious Swanson. She introduced Raquel Welch to frowny he's so those are big name, celebrity icons, one hundred per site, and they didn't have options like some of the icons today, but we know what they all do those true, no shame to them. How we roll brownies, right? So this is old school..
"raquel welch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Mourned by carol burnett cher raquel welch among others are going on the auction block in august some of the highlights include to gowns worn by burnett and also shares a hand painted pink ensemble that she wore to the nineteen seventy four academy awards along with the gown that raquel welsh war in all of these are going on sale on august nineteen john dunning jared but the carol burnett one is once but it's the lady of the woods it's hysterical yeah i think they're going to be on display if you happen to be in long beach this summer on the queen mary it out and moving on from that story oh this is a little piece of deliciousness so actress patricia clarkson she starred alongside justin timberlake and friends with benefit back in the day and clarkson what's on watch what happens live and andy cohen was like must have been wonderful acting next to justin timberlake when he was without clothing and she kind of said yeah and she said if we want to talk about big we've got the well he was the was unbelievable he was delightful she was so cute yes she is fantastic so stay tuned for all of that big audio and finally the sicario sequel sicario day of the soul dotto is your big movie release this weekend if you want to check it out over gave it four out of four stars yes so check out serious movie but if you need to get some relief from the heat this weekend definitely a good option okay all right that's all the dirt this hour for more everything entertainment check out our website mytalk one zero seven one dot com thanks for letting everyone know dirt alert updates at the top of every hour plus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty one and now laurie and julia with producer donnie love on mytalk everything entertainment.
"raquel welch" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Children were placed into sponsor care between two thousand thirteen two thousand fifteen let me think who was president that who was it was it herbert hoover no was it who was it was raquel welch known ause bracket obama that's was rock casino bomb but the agency did not know how many of those children were traffic because the department failed to keep track of them after their placement in other words catch and release baby get out just go out there and fan out throughout the country undermined the united states of america that's what it was all about that was the fundamental changing transformation of america now we've been all over the sun's show and it's really really really refreshing to hear the president of the united states saying what i say on the show basically you know why that is don't you because donald trump is a man of the people donald trump's one of us he's got well how did they say it when he gets up in the morning he puts his pants on just like you do one leg at a time but then he could he could say when i get up in the morning i put my pants on just like you one leg at a time but after i get my pants on i have eleven billion dollars in the bank my point is is that donald trump is a billionaire with dirt under fingernails he's one of us he's the real people and now he's talking like this talking about we're not gonna let this happen we're not let america between asunder by the psychotic progressive communists he hasn't used the word progressive communists but these says democrats same thing they're not going to bring in a bunch of illegal aliens and let them destroy a country so god bless him for what he's doing and then nobody ever goes back in zambia media when they tell you how cruel and unusual is that these kids are being ripped from their families don't tell you about obama and these kids know now i shared with you back when we had the initial influx if you will want obama i came into being fuel eight and literally into being where do you come from nobody knows if you're james are aquinas book we've been had you'll get some idea but still just a mystery boom burson saint when he finally got into the presidency one of the first things they did to set up the fundamental transformation of america they started doing the infestation of the federal government with progressives at every single appointment every department had every supervisor they could they made them straight up global communists even if they weren't smart enough to realize that's what they were that's what they did the other thing they did is they opened the borders up and they opened the borders up by design by design it wasn't just to get votes trump saying that the democrats have no other way to get votes he's right there but this was also also to homogenize the world's population the leftist think america's a bad thing because it's the best thing because it's it's it's the most comfortable place it's the most enlightened place the most benevolent plays the most charitable place they hate that they want the entire planet to be homogenized homogenized into a euro socialist model those are the globalists' that was obama when he came into office that that was a stated purpose but he didn't come out and say that exactly that way but it was stated using euphemisms for one thing fundamental transformation pretty much wraps it up but income equality social justice in other words this guy over here in kenya doesn't have what you have you got that really cool stainless steel refrigerator and microwave and you got two cars and three big screen tv's he doesn't even have a cook stove we need to get him your stuff we're not gonna do it instantly overnight but we are most assuredly going to do that worked hard that with every selling our body and that's exactly what they've been doing that's don't ever forget this this is what is happening on the border right now and the republicans in congress about ready to roll over and aid and abet because they're afraid to be called child abusers republicans are child abusers boom they start scurrying how fast can they bend over and grabbed their ankles and say no we're not we're really not what can we do we'll keep the border open please don't tell us to get elected again stupid can you be you're on the edge.
"raquel welch" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"His personal valet this is from a book called game of krone crowns excuse me that came out a couple of years ago his story okay since giving you the backdrop the valet thought for sure prince charles would say raquel welsh sure because she was sort of everything and prince charles told the valley barbara trason is my only pinup and so i guess barbara what seemed nervous and tightlip during the nineteen seventyfour encounter when she met him later joking of meeting prince charles who knows if i'd been nicer to him i might have been the first real jewish princess all world attributed to her she definitely said that she had another chance with prince charles when she saw him at a gala in nineteen ninety four so twenty years later and they had he invited her he wasn't with diana no yeah he was he was yeah he got married to her in one thousand nine hundred nine but he was without princess diana and he's in la and it's that's this gala and he invited her to his bell the bel air hotel full t o t and so they had this private tea at the hotel that's the thing i think that lasted three days we'll have time yeah barbara's die princess diana was said has said to because i'm reading now the bottom of my story.
"raquel welch" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Numbers all day thirty six twenty four thirty six do you remember that what her body that was raquel welch who was that was you work in san diego nasdaq up none of the it's happening on wall street is actually to what's happening crap is happening in washington isn't is not mattering in wall street jolla budi is former new york congressman he was a republican i don't know if he's still is more of an independent our extra and i've been republican since i decided to be at eighteen years old and i'm not changing till i wanna change even if i watch what's happening in the republican party and just shake my head because it doesn't work you know but that's all right well the you know what's interesting here is as i watch what's happening with with donald trump's former attorney reminds me of the movie the godfather well first of all look at it he knows where the bodies are michael cohen is the keeper of many secrets and when you have secrets well if you're from sicily and you don't talk about on tv well will he go to prison and take your secrets with him i mean look john john brought this up podcast i think yeah and i think the looted to it on the podcast i guess the the cover of this new edition of the national enquirer trumps favorite media oregon actually began to trash michael collins and michael collins i'm dolly saw that over the weekend and realized that trump is turning on them and separating himself from colin and that's gonna make cones decision much easier to flip and cooperate with prosecutors in manhattan against trump and and whatever they want and i think that's inevitable michael abernathy provocateur you know the lawyer for stormy daniels is sort of been pushing hard on all this stuff he he's been predicting that colin would be indicted within ninety days and then would flip on trump last friday judge otero just north of you in la and the stormy daniels case judge otero predicted that it's quote likely unquote the cone won't be indicted therefore judge otero delayed the stormy daniels case by ninety days so hey how does this going to be indicted how does this affect attorney client privilege so how how does that work i mean does he or cut cut us off a deal now attorney client privilege only matter when you are a practicing attorney and that's your client or does that hold obviously only applies if you're practicing attorney and guys your client however if.
"raquel welch" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I love you're not gonna give me to go there by the way i like my job you're going to give me fired very funny tub we were talking movies before you came on we have certain movies that have holes in them i didn't realize this we shawshank redemption go ahead tell reggie the the whole seat with a shower shank redemption and i i didn't even realise i don't know if this can affect you when you watch the movie again when the the poster the raquel welsh poster that's covering the tunnel how did andy defraigne hang it up from inside the tunnel o good point in the picked up a or something so dan what people are saying is that it was actually just hanging from the top and there was nothing on the bottom um but it's not gonna make me be like oh my god ruptured a war rather unique nit picky now alka warned guard here's one reg home alone kevin kevin dozen call the cops uh he has the ingenuity to be able to fend off these bad guys and he's in a high end neighborhood you know that they're going to come to the house right he's who it and then he's in he's in there in the suburbs they're coming out there day you guys have you ever heard of fdp resume sometimes you've got to go to the movies to kind of escape thing we're realize were realist k twelve advocate all the transformer movies really now i haven't seen one of those transformer movies okay all right what's the other one i michael day i love you but all all the terms former movies i pull my hair out okay read choose one karate kid why isn't he penalized for the kicked to the face it's illegal.
"raquel welch" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"A go to war people care about and then you don't have it awarded anybody gives a crap about for another hour and a half other designed costume design this isn't it shorten a damn thing up give out the awards of people care about sound of francs and sound editing so i mean people don't want to see that type of stuff any longer but i do think that mainly when you have people say in the same stuff over and over again in a political messages and and this is not going to turn off lally already long for the days for elizabeth taylor raquel welch in the really the big stores vergara they were it was all about calama it was all about sex appeal inaugural there's part of that that stole daddy as watch my daughter she's tweeting all these these dresses out all of this woman who alanon migrant that looks like a chainlink fence that one looks like drapes i'm like what are you what are you but i know but the fashion world i guess you know sees it differently i dunno i mean you're not the movie the greatest judge it a red carded gall yes i would be house out why i would definitely be a great judge vogel with i don't understand why you know the guy that was wearing the yellow outfit you like that i did like that garros title so like a sports bra of what you didn't like the trooper us she look great and then she make anything more great she'd make xavier basketball sweatsuits viagra ninety rene they but it looks like a sports brought a new y'all's what about this hailed jenner dress who is that kindle as one of the kardashians she's choose bruce jenner vijay singh like why why do i care what she's wearing okay why the joy that dress i mean it was sort i mean the air your into these dress loan not into address about as he was like you are down you like that i eat here paradise half address horrible now we've just mock you just you're just wearing like a smock that's all the way up to the top of her thighs year solar you.
"raquel welch" Discussed on I Love Marketing with Joe Polish and Dean Jackson
"Serendipity of moving to los angeles and nineteen sixty nine and chest serendipitous lee rolling into the landmark hollywood the hollywood landmark hotel where it was just action central for all of the music scene that was going on there and so his career four at the manager has really taken and cause some incredible place these managed people starting out with alice cooper then alex coopers only manager or his entire career we'll talk a lot about that but over that career he's managed incredible people like groucho groucho marx raquel welch at one point having the try fact uh of luther vandross rick james and teddy cutting the grass which i wanna talk a lot about some of this the marketing things that shepherds able to do with those the seemingly opposite polar opposites of an murray and blondy and created the concept and almost all of the celebrity chefs any of the chefs that you can name r because up gordon had created the idea of this celebrity chef and we're gonna have a lotta great starts to talk about that but enroll and nobu wolfgang pop and bark tar bell and daniel bolutu in toronto where i live uh is the executive chef at the uh the flagship four seasons in toronto so he's had an incredible career he's had a credible wife of of amazing experiences and it's been a journey and it was really had the pleasure of being a guest that shops home in maui uh about a month ago for small dinner and and it was just an amazing experience i'm excited to get the chance to spend some time today x the i'm talking about all of the experiences that shepherds hat so shop welcome we're very excited to have on us.