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"redford" Discussed on The Strategists
"You do strategy this right. Who who put the script together is script by committee. I'm kind of curious how you did it versus. How other campaigns have done it. has this changed from two thousand ten. This changed from redford. Has this shame from any of your other successes or failures in terms of how you've scripted. This thing was that you in the candidate was a you. D refining with the team. I'm curious what you did this time. I know you sounding boards and smart folks around you but but how did this come together as a process. So what it was but as a process the first process first of all constantly test the idea right and and i was even doing with you guys all the way through every time we were like call you and say what do you think of this. Where do you think of that. So i would assemble the team in fact you can see on my wall. There's well maybe you can't see but on my wall over here there's a ton of of stickies and those are all the people that i would call over the course of a month to get their feedback on what. I was doing what i was thinking. So i would test each of the elements where you know. So i'd call you guys and say okay. Do you think i. Here's my thinking it's gonna freeze for the federal election. Tell me why. I'm wrong right. And and i would. I would ask smart people to argue with me. Smart smart people do agree with me. Whatever it may be but the actual writing of the strategy the putting it down on a piece of paper it was just me and then i would just test each hypothesis spots so there are tons of moments in strategy. Where you are guessing right. You are making that educated guess and the educated guess for example is if we launch in february right can we sustain money through you know to the end of october You know so you have to test that idea how. Well let's how do we marshal are spending. How do we make sure that we're not overspending. So we put in unbelievably strict spending controls..
Masking Children Must Be Grounded in Data, Not CDC Opinion
"Meanwhile the delta variant is ripping through the country. But it's not killing people at the pace that the alpha invade ovarian stint hundred and twenty four thousand new cases yesterday a total of five hundred fifty eight deaths. We mourn every debt. Of course that's not to make light of the five hundred and fifty three people who died yesterday according to new york times far down. It's a spike. Guess what it's not impacting children. It is not impacting children. Yes there are a tiny number of new children cases across the united states. And that's terrible thing but it's like all the other terrible illnesses that affect children and they break our heart but there's no reason for parents to paddock and so in dallas children are by order. The governor supposed to be going to school massless and the dallas superintendent ordered all students to wear masks in school buildings and on buses. There is no science for school. masking. That's what i discussed with dr fatty yesterday. Promised to go back and look at it. Everybody knows wall street journal story today by the two doctors when everywhere in the world parents. No no need for kids to mask and it screws them up it hurts. It really hurts k. through three here's former. Cdc director robert redford robert redfield. I think you wanted to be robert. Redford robert redfield on fox with martha mccollum last night. Cut number two. I think it's really important. Raise it. These policy should be grounded in data as opposed to opinion. I think your guest raises a very important part. There's been very few studies at really are compelling in that setting of the classroom. We did a number studies. When i was there. Just in fix settings to recognize it if you aerosolize virus through a mask and then the recipient had a mask and these were all dummies in rooms that were ventilated to a different degree. You could have an impact on the amount of virus. It went from one to another. But that's not to say in a real life scenario that that's efficacious in the classroom.
"redford" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Redford and all the president's men Now, what are your memories? First of all of filming that? Well, I'll tell you a story that for other film, he started up I was offered this role and I turned it down. Because it was so small. I thought this is nothing is nothing in the guys in the dark. I mean, what the heck? So I turned it down. And I knew Bob Redford very well. We were good friends. And so, Bob, come over the house. And he said how I'm gonna promise you that this road will be remembered more than anything in the film, and I said, Come on, You gotta be pie you're getting Oh, there's nothing to it. I should have Believe me, believe me. So I said, Well, okay, Bob, by If you feel that way, Okay, Okay. I'll do it so It was another gift from a friend of mine. Because he was right. Now did either Robert Redford or Bob Woodward, who was visiting the set from time to time give you any clues about how to play deep throat? What was important about this character to me. I visualized somebody. Different from Mr Felt who turned out to be the man later? Yeah. Mark felt the former FBI. I've visualized you. Mark thought I visualized someone. More like of a sophisticated type of, you know, like Clark Clifford and elder statesman who had served several presidents of either party. In other words, he was not tied down. Serving the president of the Republican Party. Had had an experience in government. And now he was faced with an extraordinary choice. Between his allegiance to his president. And his allegiance. To his country. My favorite thing that I think you have done. In your career is playing Mark Twain for more than 50 years on stage and once quite memorably on television. Next year. 2000 and 10 is the 100th anniversary of Twain's death. What does that say to you that you can still find so much about Mark Twain to say about Today's times. No, he'd never has ceased to astound me. And this town is the only word I can come up with. They had a bead on the corruption that went on. Late in this lifetime in this country. I mean, the corruption is so Similar to what's going on today. I give, you know, See if I can remember it's been. I'm just trying to learn it. But it's from But this man, another essays, and he says It's a strange panic. We're in. It's like a blight. Has fallen upon us. As if a mighty machine had slipped its belt and was still running. Accomplishing nothing. An atmosphere of fear has spread. Around the land. The phrase laying off has become common. Laying off of 1000, 2 and 3000 men. Has become familiar. But the reserve More disastrous laying off. Going on all over America. Discharging of one out of every three employees. In every humble small Shop. And industry. From one end of the United States to the other. How There's two things that stunned me about that One is that just it's so fresh after so many years that it's so vital to today. The other one I imagine how much work it takes for you. As the shaper and the actor in Mark Twain tonight to constantly go back to his material constantly revised what you're presenting on stage. And to memorize it. How do you do all that? Uh, stay I played I am driven To do it. I enjoy it. It's hard work. I have to lose a lot of sleep. I cannot give up cannot stop worrying about what's going on. In our country in the world. Because I think that this country we live in is now at a farm or Crucial and critical. Moment in its history. Then it is ever been in. Hellhole book. I just want to thank you so much for being on fresh air today. Thank you. Thank you, David. I really enjoyed talking with him. Actor Hal Holbrook, recorded in 2009, the Emmy and Tony winning actor died January 23rd at the age of 95. After a break our film critic.
"redford" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"You're just joining us In the previous segment. Today, I've been talking about taxes and how people aren't too strongly consider a strategic rollout, not a rollover. Roll out getting the money rolled out of qualified accounts like IRAs and 41 case. Usually, I would recommend at least five years before retirement. S o that you could get the money out. The tax is over and done with sooner than later in today's lower tax brackets, but reposition the net after tax money into something that's gonna be tax free. From now on, Then, with a good accountant, you can strategize how you could maybe offset some or all of the tax by maybe resurrecting new deductions and so forth. So that's why I was talking about selecting that very good tax strategist. And so I've taught many CPS and tax attorneys with advanced C PE, continuing professional education and so forth. So they have to have several 100 hours 120 hours every two years or so. Now, folks, when we talk about taking money out of Iris, and for one case, what? Why do you want to do that sooner than later? It's because you're not accomplishing anything. When Congress is hard up for money, where do they go to get the money if they need tax revenue? Where do they go to get that money? I'm going to give you a hint. To the people who have the money. Okay. Now there are About 5000 people recorded that have scaled Mount Everest. Now. Some of them have done it multiple times. But 5000 human beings have actually successfully scaled Mount Everest. There's been the last statistic about 307 people who have died. In that attempt now. Do you think they died on the way up the mountain? Or on the way down the mountain. The vast majority died on the way down the mountain. Now you know, you could say, Well, they weren't thinking about it. They just They were just focused on hitting the top. See a lot of people in life. They focus on, you know for retirement. What are they doing to save for retirement? Let's see. Very few people will talk about. Well, what do you do at retirement? What do you do now that you're at the top, I remember climbing a pyramid and chips and needs in Mexico and the climbing up but was was not scary at all. But coming down. Oh, I had to turn around and crawl down. It was like coming down the mountains. And so Congress as it takes and robs people coming down the mountain sort of figure coming down the mountain of life, and that's the people who have the money. And it always reminds me of one of my favorite movies with Robert Redford and which, well, Paul Newman as Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. And if you remember that movie, you know they're robbing the banks and the Union Pacific Railroad here and you die. Each chairman of the and he starts to track him down. And so they take off to Bolivia, and they start robbing banks down there And then pretty soon they're getting on to him down there. They decided to go straight, and so they hired themselves out his payroll guards. And I'll never forget this scene because they're going down or up the mountain here to get the payroll and and their leader is ahead of him on the meal. And you know Butch and Sundance or you're talking to each other. I'll bet you the robbers were gonna be up there in the rocks on the right. No, I think they're gonna be in the bushes on the left. And the guy turned around, says morons. Have morons on my team. They don't rob you when you don't have the money. Don't worry about being robbed and we don't have the money. We're going down to get the gold. We're going down to get the money Worry because robbers don't rob you if you don't have the money, and here he was. Tutoring two robbers who had decided to go straight. Well, yeah, they don't rob people who don't have money. The government goes for tax revenue. The people who have the money. Okay, So that's the whole point here. So that's coming down the mountain of life, and that's when, frankly, a lot of retirees can least afford it. But that's why I warn people you've got to have a tax strategist, help you. Find the right advisors that could help you from attack strategy standpoint, because most people when they look back at the end of the day they go. I should have never taken Rmds. Why did I do that? I strung out the taxes and paid 45 times. Well, I I needed to pay if I would have got got the money out and the tax is over and done with That people sort of go well. If you don't need the money, why take it out? Just keep it deferring. Well, they think that saving tax and it's not I can prove it to you. Mathematically you want to get the money out in the tax is over and done with Now. You don't need to spend that If you don't need it, you reposition. The after tax roll out money into something that's gonna be tax free from now on, And that will ultimately blossom is my choice if you want you want when you finally die to blossom in value and transfer income tax free. That's why my favorite vehicle I called the laser fund laser means liquid assets safely earning returns. On. I've averaged 8.2% some years. I don't make anything but other years I might make 25% or even with multipliers make 55%. But with index seen my money is not in the market. So when you retire My suggestion is no more than 30% of your retirement resource is should be invested in the market in yet to be taxed diaries before one K's. That's ridiculous. You know when people would come and and they would, you know, be proud of themselves, And they should have been proud because they had two or 34 million bucks that they had saved between the husband and wife and they go. You know what? We figure we've got about 200,000 year of of retirement income 160,000 coming out of these, I reasoned Forum in case the other 40,000 coming out of my You know, school teacher's pension or fireman's pension or social Security. And so they had 200,000 of income and I was a way to go. But I do see one problem and they go. What is it? Well, you know, all 200,000 of his income is showing up on the front page of your 10 40 tax return. They they would go. Well, You mean there's another way That's legitimate and I go salute Lee. Yeah, and so we would start a strategic rollout. And so in five years, we would get you know 40 to 60% of that 200,000 of income off of their 10 40 tax return. Now the Iris knows they're receiving that they arrest knows everything. But they know it's tax free has been a sacred tax free cash cow in the internal Revenue code. For.
Experts recommend the FDA approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use
"Advisory committee of us. Vaccine experts voted thursday to recommend emergency use authorization the pfizer biontech ovid nineteen vaccine with the food and drug administration poised to issue. Its approval saturday. Once that comes some two point. Nine million doses will be shipped to sites across the united states with the initial limited supply of the vaccine ration for healthcare workers and nursing home residents on thursday. The us recorded another staggering toll from covid nineteen with over two hundred twenty four thousand new infections and nearly three thousand deaths. Robert redford director of the centers for disease control and prevention warned for the next sixty. To ninety days. The us will likely see more cove. Nineteen deaths per day than the number of people killed in the september eleventh
"redford" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"You by Redford Farms. What real chicken tastes like whiskey and Lombardi here and quarters off to a flying start. Already seven of the Nuggets nine points. He's too to just to give you some perspective is 37 the other day, the most not only by a Nuggets rookies this year, the most by any rookie in the MBA more than Zion more than jump on top of that. He scored 37 points in a 50 game in the NBA. James Harden, do that. What's that number say? Like it's James Harden took 218 games to get to that number think that Kobe Bryant took 177 games to get to them not to take that one through. For basketball started. San Antonio basketball. The Spurs are coming out of time out here. Remember that the Spurs and Nuggets played a long, long time ago. Remember the old days the Nuggets won that game here at home there, 23 game caused rally to win. Here comes the Spurs White hasn't he gets bumped by monster? Morrison That'll be a Michael. We took 17 was 17 or 16 16. What if he shot 30 times? Over that shot. He passed up in Open three sent it to the corner to Monte Morris. Leave the game with the railing. He had open looks and he was being unselfish at that point. That way They turn it over loose ball picked up by polio rose and threw it away. Out. Past over story. Craig Tom Joker lots of paint. Millsap has it not gotten his hands when he gets it back, throws 1/4 like for three school. He's in double figures, and we've played three And it's not only do you see the confidence you could feel it. Here comes another one. It's up in the Nuggets have a double digit lead here. 14 10. Back away comes the San Antonio Spurs top key. It's Jac of fertile hands off behind him over to Sean Murray. Murray throws back over the journals back over the baseline, jump shot. No good rebound comes down here that could have been a foul, no whistle. It's pop called another time out here. They make another bucket. My cabin on the left side over the Millsap along the old motor. Cool. Yo, yo, bitch has a one on one with fertile. Here comes the double team. Pick out three mil. Short, no good rebound Porter in traffic, and he got fouled. He got bumped down to the ground by Derek quite fair to say right now. He's the best offensive rebounder on this team duties. I mean, he goes to the flats. I understand that. I want to get caught up in it, but I'm just so scared of such an old man cause profit. So it's just special. What is so good? Order hasn't straddled the three point line. I left side of the Monte Morris gets picked from Jochen Kick out of three head fake and then a drive by Joker's Little clover. The paint that was off the back rim Good got his own rebound. Big backup. He's too big, too big. The Spurs have to go small. They have to mean all they have is fertile as Faras Big school and he's out of the game right now. Yeah, You're right. Only l both turnaround jump shot is on the way and no good. That's why Rudy Gay Rebound comes down to 1/4 front court. Monta calliope missed by Tory Craig Little bit, too. Hey, has it the other way? Throws it off in the corner Runner down the lane bank by up and no good bye, Eubanks and put back was up in there. Bye. Actually, you banks got his own rebound. Put it back up. I hate to sound ignorant. But who was Eubanks? He's He's been around a little bit, but you know, here's Here's the more interesting part about that. Is that Popovich game all five starters. He sure did. And now they're in his own defense story. Craig has he gets fouled by Rudy Gay and then I'll be free throws coming up here for Tori. All five starters did from has produced four points. Here comes you Base. Eubanks. I knows we've Eubanks. Second year players Undrafted true, you banks. He's out of Oregon State. One day against Philadelphia, six points on three of five shooting free throws number one by Tory's on the way that one is up in the middle, have one more. This nugget starting five obviously never played a game together until the bubble. Well, you're before the last game. Wait that that five unit that's starting five. They've only played 11 minutes total on the floor together the entire e. But you can see the chemistry, right? I mean, it's getting there. Second free throw victorious up and in back to the way comes Vic Lombardi's guy, Drew you. He throws it around the horn over to gate now in the quarter back over to you bank shovel pass behind him. Catch and go there for Johnson. Johnson throws a gay jump shot from the baseline is blocked by Turek credit out about story so it kept making up space. He lost a couple steps made up for it blocked that ball out of bounds. That's killed in Johnson. By the way, he's a rookie out of Kentucky. They really liked him. He was the second to last pick in the first round last year, needed 18 to 6. And San Antonio basketball here with 3.2 on the shot clock. Gay looks in in the corner. Patty Mills jumper for three little good rebound swatter down and then run down by Johnson. Johnson has it on the high left side game down the corner bills wide open three. Totori tripped up at the top of the key, and the Nuggets could not rotate in time to get to Patty Mills. Obviously, 18 9 Monty for three Airborne goes out of bounds Spurs basketball coming back the other way or exactly halfway home here in the first quarter of this fake sound, you hear the vault and the reason you're carrying. That is this is technically a home game for the San Antonio Spurs. What's that stuff together? That's what it's not that guys went mad, and they just showed a shot of a bomb. Across the time line here for the San Antonio Spurs is Eubanks Gets it off the fertile back over. Eubanks passed down lonely. Lost it out of bounds. You that's what you expect you big studio. Because the big man Big man approached him. At that point, he couldn't handle the ball. If I told you five minutes into this game, you would see a lineup featuring Eubanks Weatherspoon in Johnson for the San Antonio Spurs. That's Quinn Dairy Weatherspoon, by the way, he's a rookie out of Mississippi State. He was almost undrafted with 49 3 pointers. Tory Craig. No Good Rebound comes down to you Pass on the right wing over Rudy Gay Gay has it on my right side. Top of the key to finding Mills Mills gets picked from Eubanks moves off that goes left throws out of it to gain of three So good tipped up and buy you things could've been offensive. Goaltending really was close, and I'll tell you what that's gonna sit well alone. So another still score here in San Antonio does On the other end, he'll take a time out three pointer by Jeremy Grant. No good. Rebound down Mills out past back over the mills from Eubanks off to a cutter. No good, but Denver was killed in Johnson. I think Michael Malone's gonna wanna chat with his team here. Their last four possessions have been quick three not working the ball at all. So the Nuggets will take a time out here, as expected, will take the breakers well. Denver and San Antonio here. Nuggets are up by 17 18 to 11 with 4 59 left to go in the period on the altitude radio network. Now that we're getting back on.
"redford" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Redford in the natural That's my job to give you a picture and Tom Cruise in the firm. You don't know what's going on around here, starring his Dr Blair in the sci fi horror movie, the Thing director John Carpenter called Brimley the really thing a real cowboy, a great actor, a wonderful man. No, I know he So how are we even got in? The thing is he was good friends with Robert Duvall. And he told them you dude, you should go. Oh, my God. Yeah, well, kind of. Yeah, He grew up around horses. So he worked at ranches and race tracks, and he kind of drifted into movie work, and he had, like an uncredited thing and true grit. He was liking gun smoke. And then, when he met Robert Doll, Robert Devo encouraged him to Don't just be a background guy. You could do more acting. That's from a biography, according to Turner Classic movies, And then people get him mixed up with the guy in the Waltons. But he was a black Smith on the Waltons. Yes, periodically over the years and he was on A 19 eighties Primetime series. I don't remember called our house. Do you remember that at all? No, no, he never trained as an actor. He really his career took off after he was cast in the China syndrome when he played the nuclear plant power engineer. And he kind of like steals the movie from Jane Fonda If you remember that movie, but he never took any training, And he said, My years is an extra was where he learned about acting and camera techniques and He said. My my method was just to be honest, but he was very like the fact that he was on Ly, 49 when he made cocoon. And he's acting alongside people in their seventies, and he's playing this old guy in this. Ah, I think it was The New York Times obituary he would often beak has to be playing the dads of people. He was 25 years older, then are that the people were 25 years older than him, and he would play the dad because he just had the hair and the luck and of deep voice. He just had that. Presence about him because it's like, Oh, well. He was 85 years old or however, with old he is, but he passed away. But you're like, but he was an old guy for forever seemed like it. Yeah. Cancun came out in visible 40 years, 40 years old, 1985. And then he was also in Brubaker with Robert Redford. How good that wass and the electric horseman Oh, he was with he was with Bob. A lot of years. He did three to meet in the natural, the natural rate movie. It's such a good baby. Glenn Close, I think is Stars along next that that our house show that we were talking about it was it was on for two years in the early eighties. I did not watch TV in their league. Actually, today was Ana was Shannon door artery to wino, and she just paid tribute to him and said. That I met Woolford. When we did our house. He taught me a lot of that show. He also gave me a horse named Brownie Company had a ski in Utah had to African greys that would curse and call his dogs only to laugh at them when they came running. He gave big hugs till great jokes. He was the fact he was the grandpa to me for a very long time. He was talented will be mess. He actually. Laurie was also the bodyguard for millionaire Howard Hughes at one point Oh, the stories can you imagine? I can't imagine. And people knew him too? Because he was the Quaker Oats guy forever. I mean, forever never, and then his whole diabetes in his deep voice. Teacher diabetes test There was Liberty Medical, because, yeah, that we drew out that pronunciation, but Yeah, he that just I was just like, Oh, man, We're just losing so many good. I mean, the Emmys when they do, they're Saul of in Memoriam. They're gonna have a hard time, including everyone. Well, they better not forget anybody because people are super sensitive is what I've noticed, Really, Lori. Really? Yeah. Notice any of that. I agree. But remember on I mean the firm with well with Tom Cruise, but that movie was so good member fleeting that book the first time That book was such a page Turner and it was like everyone was reading it. We see the investigator. I think he was the investigator who ah, who kept He He was the one who had ruthless tactics. Keep the law firm secrets firms. The firm's secrets. That was that was really good. Anyway with his I love is, you know that must that must. He was married to his first wife. Mom Lynn for 44 years, and she died in 2000. Then he remarried in 2007. Sophie's 85 Yumi married sometimes in and Yeah, and he survived by his second wife in his three sons worried he's just a great name. Wilford Brimley. I know, isn't it? I used to live on Wilfred Way. Wilford is a great name. It is. Then you don't You don't see a lot of Wolford's anymore. No, it's such a good classic name could use some of those. All right. There we go. What else do you say long? Well, I don't know. I will say this. The rumors that were going on if you follow reality, Steve, if you're a big part of bachelor nation if you follow reality, Steve over the weekend. He tweeted a reddit theory. And then that theory is proven to be true. Which was that cloud clear Crowley might be recast on the bachelorette because, remember the Kind of created their own bachelorette bubble at some resort in San Diego or Palm Springs near Palm Springs, your problem springs and apparently the this There was a thing on reddit because he was kind of like Trying to confirm it. Now it's been confirmed, but basically that Claire had been making production difficult. And for example, they had this whole thing That was gonna happen on Saturday day like I don't know what but.
Wilford Brimley, 'Cocoon' and 'Natural' actor, dies at 85
"Who actor gets Wilford to be Brimley first in has line died for a at covert a Utah nineteen hospital Maxine after and dealing how with would several it be rationed medical ailments federal according health to his officials manager say he they'll was eighty have draft five guidance I marches by late are a letter next with a month look at his career Dr will Francis never Collins be sick the director of the national institutes we of won't health get admitted any older during and the first we won't meeting ever die recently well you're of probably a group often of played experts the gruff old guy tasked when he wasn't with that figuring old that he was out fifty that when it's he played a vexing a senior citizen decision and this cocoon is going to and be controversial was two years older than Robert but everybody's Redford going when to like they made the the natural answer Brimley grew well up there will around be many horses people and who never feel had that they formal should have acting been at the training top of the list the more not everybody can A. C. be traditionally first Alaina he also grew health up around workers music in the and vulnerable put out albums but of Collins jazz standards tossed new and ideas western into stories the mix he like was a where Quaker the outbreak oats spokesman is hitting hardest said in and nineteen vaccine ninety three trial it was a product volunteers he believed probably in I did we it owe probably them four times as a consequence a week I I of their like participation it very much in the trial final test of two vaccines are already underway in the U. S. and a couple more coming up with lots of others happening around the world I'm Julie Walker
Actor Wilford Brimley dead at 85
"Who worked his way up from movie stunt writer to indelible character actor in films, including Cocoon and The Natural is Dead at the age of 85. It was a recurring role in the 19 seventies television series. The Waltons. That was Wilford Brimley is breakthrough and movies followed, including The China Syndrome, Absence of Malice and opposite Robert Redford in 1984 is a natural place to play in high school. Ready Used to play in ice In 1985 Brimley landed his first leading role in Ron Howard's Oscar winning Cocoon. Wilford Brimley frequently appeared in commercials. Quaker Oats and for Diabetes Awareness. Wilford Brimley was diagnosed with the illness in 1979. Bill Diehl, ABC. New Lots of
Who Needs A Realtor? iBuyers Pay Instant Cash For Your House
"So if you're looking to sell your house and you don't want to deal with realtors maybe don't want people tromping through your living room while there is another option. Companies called either buyers used these computer algorithms to determine an offer price the downside of this it is typically a lower figure than if you went with a traditional route. Here's NPR's Chris. Arnold Janet Jenkins and her husband recently separated. She moved across the country to North Carolina and they decided to sell their home outside Los Angeles and doing open houses to show. The place was problematic in part because Jenkins has a lot of pets as in parrots and and peacocks and her husband was still living in the house with some of them. This is wrangler. Wrangler is an ECLECTIC parrot. He gets into a lot of mischief. And then of course you have the dog crate and you had the bird cages and it was just not the best environment. Kinda here right now how. It might showing the transfer of my places zoo. She knew the realtors would want the animals and her estranged husband out of the house which would mean him catching the bird each time. The parrot is not my husband's favorite pet also needed some repainting and carpeting to get really ready to show and she didn't want to deal with that and so I started looking up home-buying services in ran into Renton instant buyer or EIBAR. Services are growing very quickly in parts of the country companies such as Red Fin zillow open door and offerpad will give you an offer to buy your house in about a day. Then they'll send it inspector by take a closer look now can get you the money for your home as quickly as a week. Daryl fairweather is red fins chief economist. She says I buying companies also offer flexibility. So you can time the selling of your house perfectly to work with buying a new house and moving the eye buyers then spruce up to has is that they buy and sell them again. Redfin today is releasing a report on all the homes being sold this way around the country in Raleigh North Carolina more than seven percent of sales in two thousand nineteen were either sales so it's becoming quite prevalent there and then in markets like Phoenix Charlotte. Atlanta it's more than five percent of sales and fairweather says in many of those places I by our sales doubled from the year before. Redfin is also buying homes in southern California in Janet Jenkins case. She went online answered some questions about her house. And REDFORD's computers ran their algorithms and offered her around five hundred thousand dollars Jr actually thought that was a bit low and so did two of her friends who are realtors so I pushed back. Redfin made her a better offer and they had a deal. Jagan says she thinks he could have made more. Maybe ten thousand dollars if she took the time to fix up the house herself and sold it the traditional way you delete money on the table and while we did. We didn't leave that much. Redfin does get a fee like a regular realtor commission. The company wouldn't say what it's average profit per home is so. Is it a good idea to try to sell your house this way? William Wheaton is a housing economist at MIT. He says it the key to this whole thing is that it works in places where many houses are similar places. Where a lot of these? Ibm Sales Are Phoenix. Las Vegas you have sprawling subdivisions. Warehouses are almost identical. There's not a lot of difficulty in pricing. Those houses the ones where the swimming pool or worth a little more than the ones without but you can do statistical modeling of that and just nail it be ninety nine percent correct in predicting the press and that means I buy off you just a little less than what. The House is worth and still be confident that they can sell it for a little profit but in areas where has are not similar. Say older cities where some homes are newer. Some old some renovated some are not prices are all over the place in those areas. The I. Buyers have to be really really careful so we didn't says they're like we offer you a very low ball price because they are really sure what the house is worth and they don't WanNa lose money exactly. That's why the I. Buying companies so far focusing on places with a lot of similar housing still waiting says in places like that he thinks buyers could really change the way. Homes are sold in large parts of the country. Chris Arnold NPR
"redford" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Robert Redford Robert Redford getting pretty old up there right I mean Robert Redford is now eighty three years old age eighty three years old which means that he was born in nineteen thirty six it is a threat to present to the country like nothing you've ever seen in a lifetime like you were there during the sixties in fact you Reno I during the Great Depression so now we don't know on that he says this time from from to go along with those in Congress have chosen party loyalty over there just solidly affirm their support for the constitution of the United States when trump was elected I honestly thought it only fair to give the guy a chance and like many others I did I'm sure I'm sure Robert Redford gave president trump a fair shake this is growing up as a child during World War two I watched United American defend itself against the threat of fascism I watch this again during the Watergate crisis when I democracy was threatened yeah that that is an exaggeration Watergate and again when terrorists turned our world upside down to compare but white water gates to the **** and nine eleven is absurd and I was comparing that to drums impeachment hearings yeah let's go back to being the leader of the world so desperately needs let's return quickly to simply being Americans thanks Robert Redford really appreciate your input are you coming up will be joined by Michael met has got a brand new book out called god's hand on America perfectly appropriate for thanksgiving Michael is not only a friend he is a tremendous historian and a lot of interesting stuff to stay will be joined by Dr I Michael this momentous event.
"redford" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Watchmen currently according to NBC news we need his opinion I'm politics Redford has a piece called president from the dictator like administration is attacking the values America holds dear I do appreciate it Robert Redford had nothing to say when Barack Obama was simply creating law from the executive branch and when he was it droning American citizens overseas and when he was launching wars that congressional approval in Libya all very exciting stuff Robert Redford did not seem deeply comes when he was imprisoning children at the border which he did in mass numbers read read read nothing to say about about Robert Redford who is most famous for being in movies of parliament some were up against a crisis I never thought I'd see in my lifetime a dictator like attack by president trump everything this country stands for really not not your lifetime Blake held is Robert Redford Robert Redford getting pretty old up there right I mean Robert Redford is now eighty three years old age eighty three years old which means that he was born in nineteen thirty six this is a threat to present to the country like nothing you've ever seen in a lifetime like you were there during the sixties in fact you Reno I during the Great Depression so now we don't know on that he says it's time for trump to go along with those in Congress have chosen party loyalty over there just solidly affirm their support for the constitution of the United States when trump was elected I honestly thought it only fair to give the guy a chance and like many others I did I'm sure I'm sure Robert Redford gave president trump a fair shake this is growing up as a child during World War two I watched United American defend itself against the threat of fascism I watch this again during the Watergate crisis when I democracy was threatened yeah that that is an exaggeration Watergate again when terrorists turned a world that sent on to compare but white water gates to the **** and nine eleven is absurd and I was comparing that to trump's impeachment hearings is a let's go back to being the leader of the world so desperately needs let's return quickly to simply being Americans thanks Robert Redford really appreciate your input are you coming up will be joined by Michael met has got a brand new book out called god's hand on America perfectly appropriate for thanksgiving Michael is not only a friend he is a tremendous historian and a lot of interesting stuff to stay will.
"redford" Discussed on WTVN
"Redford Robert Redford is what here it would be heroes is one of pays discipline to since her husband yeah Robert Redford's the one hell he's was gonna pay any CMO is one of the problems it into moving now was it not strip tease strip tease that is the movie for which she received twelve point five million nineteen sixty please Erin grant also stars Armand Assante ving roms Robert Patrick and Burt Reynolds wait a minute strip tease isn't that the Elizabeth Berkley movie now that the show girl she just gave me a mention in the cast list okay okay disclosure this disclosure on my ten ninety four she plays Meredith's Johnson that's her and Michael Douglas on a Michael Crichton novel and it is a very very good move I didn't write that down because I'm like she's not in that I just think she's in it although like the village he is also for mention Dennis Miller and Donald Sutherland yeah but yes that is an excellent movie GI Jane in the nineteen ninety seven she plays lieutenant Jordan Neil thank you for your service veterans want to be associated with the film people are more people were concerned with the fact that.
All About the new 'Jurassic World' short film 'Battle at Big Rock'
"New story that I want to talk about as well which which is a PC guy saying this tomorrow night during these et Jurassic world short film Jomie model at Big Rock which I thought was pretty pretty cool but I don't WanNa hear you guys talk about it. Instead of wanting to hear the guy he made it talk about it. Will you please welcome drastic world and the upcoming world three three and indeed the director all the big. Please welcome ah the I just want to thank all of you. I brought my children tonight so thank thank you for introducing them to many new words. I'm so sorry so many questions to answer wants dinner so yes colon thanks to lay down man for everything you were born so listen this short film by the big rock very very exciting. What can you say about what's what happened is so the universal came to us and asked if I wanted to make a short film with their money and I said yes definitely we can put dinosaurs in it and we'll do it and so we're not enough if any last film at the very end we really just change the franchise? Even is as we said all these dinosaurs loose in the world and so it led us a just think about what that really means and take a bit of a step away from our weaponized dinosaurs hybrids and all these things that we've been doing in these in these movies and really just go back to basics and and make a short film about a family campground who just like anyone who's been camping. Sometimes you see a bear going through your garbage and we replaced that with an ceratops yeah. We we go from there because I I've seen a little short films in my life almost every single one of them stand to have a dinosaur and it's you're not the besmirch short films but this is the dream just take a dinosaur and then you're good we list of films that I think what would have been even more amazed ashamed with films that I want to have a dinosaur in them. All Jess I found that amazing movie with Robert Redford all his lawsuit aw I remember watching it incredible movie and I was so ashamed that about two thirds of the way through there could be a Muslim source would be okay with that. I would be alright Robert Redford versus versus the Mosasaurus all along the money would be the most horse tough you never know he's very resourceful so when this we shot in Ireland in January January of last year and we managed to keep it a secret the Irish keep secret added stars Andre Holland who many US probably seen in castle rock if that's out here in Selma is incredible actor Natalie Martinez who is an end of watch and his amazing amazing actress and these two kids that no one's ever seen before who I love so much it was it was like shooting in movie we had five days and we all had to get together with this pretty. Small Irish crew one set and find a way to do something pretty pretty challenging in a short period of time with not same resources that we're used to and everyone was down at the buffet every morning which there's an excellent buffet at this point this out at this hotel in Ireland that we're we're all in this sweet little girl who was in the in the short had never been in anything before and we asked her you know she her mom called and said Bull. I oh I get I get get first class tickets to come out because you're guaranteed a first class taking per guild rules but she really wants her whole family there. Is there anything you can do and I was like well what I do with my my family is usually we'll just we won't take the first class and we'll fly. Everybody and you can fly business if you do that and so she said great and so this van pulls up and just one one after another ten people baby and grandma everybody get out of the van and they were Swedish. There was amazing BEC- it coat from winter in Philadelphia incredible but I'd love to this is happening. Do you think this might spark a trend. Is this something that you would have loved to done and for the first Jurassic World Yeah it is the result of a you know I think it's because our we don't make three movies a year in our franchise and and and we don't even make one movie a year and we're we're a little more old school and that we every three years and we ask people to come and see a dinosaur movie and so it to be able to have something in the middle because the story that we're about to tell in the next film is so different and so large in scope that it was. I just really wanted to do something that was that was just very intimate and small. There are dinosaurs in it but it's a small intimate dinosaur fight. What can you say about where you are with the next Jurassic World World we are? I live here in England and I've been here for three years and we have our our offices out at studios and we've got everyone. They're carving being dinosaurs out of of clay. I can announce here that I have. If any do saw the dark crystal on Netflix John Nolan who did all the animatronic Dr Crystal is going to do our animatronic for us and so he's bringing starting to actually build things in his workshop and seeing what he's able to do with is Enjoin Movement and he's really innovating a really exciting way speaking emphasis on animatronic again there are large and small and we actually have an animatronic in in battle a big rock that was done by legacy by the guys who you know Stan Winston's group before they all have carried on that tradition so we had this the massive allosaurus in Ireland and so everybody was my wife actually took a video of it that I'm sure I'll I'll tweet at some point because there's so much so much fun and energy behind it and that we finally we had this this massive thing that was sticking its head in and out of this camper van spoilers spoiler now but people and and it just this whole crew was actually watching this thing go down and you really feel like you're you're. You're in Jurassic Park when these things really get going and we play music and we play roars really loud so there's there's no element that isn't you know firing on all all cylinders and it's pretty exciting. Everyone applauded and we we felt like we were there. Outside of course in
"redford" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"We also learn she's a great actress here she is trying to win Redford's love in the way we were sure I make waves I mean you do not keep making them into your every wonderful thing you should be and will be you'll never find anyone is good for you as I am to believe in you as much as I do I love you as much I know that what he Streisand develops a reputation for being difficult and for being a bit of a recluse she gets married divorced has a kid but all the while she just keeps getting better and more famous until she's this unique character in American culture a megastar own terms since we first met in nineteen ninety we've become friends we talked at her home southern California by the way so do me a favor take the clock on her and make sure it works like it because these batteries or Wilder okay okay thank you so much you see it to work for somebody like you or me you have to understand the artists temperament you walk around the house and you have a you you just have your less just because you're making this how is this not taking care of people don't see that the time is wrong it's this care this focus on the little things that Barbra Streisand brings to her brilliant directing well that yes that and also it was something that happened during the way we were where two scenes were cut out that were intrinsic to the value of the story and it made me so crazy that they couldn't see that that propelled you into draft info means to it I I couldn't understand that and it's hard to quarrel with a you know a hit movie I don't know who was a hit at the time tell you the truth it's grown to assail us Warren Beatty said to me once is it until you take on that responsibility and are willing to direct the movie you're gonna be constantly frustrated he said you must consider it was so delicious and it's like you know when you finally have the power to control your work you you get very humble in a sense it's like I wanted to give power away to other people as well you know I would say to my stand in you run that course with the cameraman this is the shot but I want you to be able to tell me where to stand in other words it's a feeling of such gratitude where you you never have to raise your voice because everybody's finally listening you don't have to get angry about anything they weren't listening before sometimes so sometimes when I would say things as just an actress like this is what I'm telling you the story the way we were it wouldn't on deaf ears no they didn't agree with me whatever but when you see something so clearly that's wrong to me or what could be right see I had such a great time directing until because I did it in England and in Czechoslovakia in England they're not afraid of women powerful women strong women because they had a clean they have a clean and at the time they had the prime minister who was Margaret Thatcher so I was shocked at the respect that I had as a first time director couldn't believe it the crew was so kind and just it was the most wonderful experience I must say and even the the Czechoslovakian government was wonderful to me because I needed Jews to be in the synagogue and pray and sober than it was during communist times and they went to the Jewish community thank god and had them come so I didn't have to teach them how to be Jewish you know how to get you some real Jews real choose wasn't Italian stress Mike India where they have to say well how do you stand in the synagogue and how do you pray and it was it was wonderful and also will you know when you have extras in Czechoslovakia then they didn't give them lunch so you that the people would come with like bags of their lunch which broke my heart so I would you know give them our food which we never had vegetables we have sent to London or France or Italy to get vegetables because you know their food diet was like hot shot I loved it of course bread and butter and hot chocolate in the morning with whipped cream my kids one has and I wanted to be thinner but well and every day I would not everyday but every few days I would bring in pass these you know with that delicious dull with the meat inside and I would always have the most delicious teas that I bring in those cream like donuts shaped like a hot dog from wimpy's and you know eat this delicious cream with the doughnuts on my god was so good your time and they it was very sweet because the whole crew wrote a letter that's one of my prized possessions I must say and they wrote this letter to the newspapers and it said that you know we strive said something like mistrust sent never raises her voice and has a smile for us every day and it's like not the stories we've heard about her and no newspaper would publish it what it figures it's like Hillary Clinton but she said the upside of that experience with gentle was working in a culture where the power of women was just accepted and I'm I'm crestfallen to say the least but what happened here not just because the sky one but I really do think misogyny and well for I did get some sort of award from women in film the directing until and a lot of my speech was about women against women because the reviews of you until from women were vicious you know in other words they didn't even talk about this celebration of womanhood that a woman could not only you know make dinner and have babies but she could have an intellect she could want to study be something more to mentor huh do what men do do it so just the quality you know so to read a review that said her she wore a design in the New York times she wore a designer yarmulke now everything every piece of clothing in that movie was authentic that same year there was the film directed by Ingmar Bergman family and Alexander they were the same yarmulke but nobody attack that film I love details so I would you know for years I would do research about Polish Jews about these Jews latches everything that the YIVO institute in New York a talking to scholars studying call mode adjust to bring that because I do believe that when you study like that and do the research you don't have to ask that it's like the camera picks up the truth even just behind your eyes in the sound of your voice whatever it is mind you know I had this wonderful shop I thought was a cuts from a chicken coop to me sitting behind the bars up separated from the men in the shul and that shop was attacked by this woman critic Janet Maslin her name was but she could attack my lips occurred that's true I'm a terrible Lypsinka I can't do it because when I did see movies like for a girl hello Dolly you know they record the sound track three months before you shoot and I have to be in the moment as an actor I don't know how I'm going to feel when I actually performance so that's why when I did the movie star is born it's all real it's soul I had a few to replicate I did not want I needed to be free to be in the moment so we recorded on the spot what do you call that live it was alive and then what I would do is because I had final cut on that movie I could control those things we would shoot the close ups first so we're the performance really counted and then I would just choose it right on the spot okay I think I would do about one to four takes you know all the stories about like I do millions of take most of them are false and so let's say I would take take three you know and then move the campus back to do the wider shot match to match it because you didn't have to see me close you know not doing the lip sync good I did a documentary film about can it's ostensibly about cam and Ryan Gosling we corner him and I think I saw this thing called seduced and abandoned and we will get Gosling at the Beverly hills hotel or the Bel Air hotel yes Sir and a long story short is he has this beautiful explication of how agonizing it is to shoot films in just in that kind of Arthur Murray by numbers away we have to shoot a match to this yes to this area it can't be fresh and it's known that's why I love long takes because I think I'm from the theater and we had to do a whole show right so I don't like pieces I mean you ice the fun of directing to me is designing the shot the camera comma dating the actors so the actors there's a lot of scenes and until that you can see like this they're all in one move practically in other words we come in through a door and I'm in in the foreground let's say but he was following me my lead actor who was Mandy Patinkin time and he still is you know we see him standing there and then he comes forward and I sit down he becomes he's standing up at the camera never moved but you see everything then the camera moves as we're together but it doesn't cut and then he has you know when you when he leaves me you see him go out the door he slams the door and the camera moves in a little bit as I'm thinking about it that's the scene but it's all what's fun about that is that we're all on our toes you can't make a mistake in most of the shots that I do that there's no coverage for that way huh but I was not ready and discuss it with of the greatest things is very little coverage the play the scene in the frame there was a private that's right no no in the time that you made films the many years you've made films the successful acting and not directing successful as a director producer and all those things were there people that you wanted to work with with people you said there's a kind of love to make a film with that person's you've been such a privileged place and had all these people available to it was director the you.
"redford" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Redford in Tucson is not hiding their politics. Now they want people to support a group that defends and promotes illegal immigration and open borders. It's on my Facebook page Facebook dot com slash. You think that the president will be impeached, or at least proceedings will begin in the house at some point, but just not right now. Yes. Exactly what I feel because when you see what they say, oh, I didn't know didn't know it was wrong to talk the Russians about this. I don't know how it is heading to explain that to kids in the hood. The speaker has not reached the conclusion, and I haven't either that is best for the country to put us through impeachment proceeding that we know is destined for failure in the Senate is. Welcome to the revolution. Thousand saying you'll conscious. Sean Hannity show. More behind the scenes information on news and more bold, inspired solutions for America. He he thrives on insulting people.
Ethical hacker is a big and growing job
"This marketplace podcast is brought to you by vast a global cybersecurity company trusted by over four hundred million people avast is dedicated to protect you online. So you can connect to the internet confidently avast keeping the world safe from cyber attacks. Visit them at a vast dot com. And rather Michigan economic Development Corporation, Evan lie. All of rush enterprises is a big fan of Michigan as he put it the future of mobility, is going to be decided right here in the state is a planet dot com to find out why that's P. L. A. N. E T, M dot com. A job where you get to act like a criminal, but for noble causes to have a career change to ethical hacking from the American public media. This is marketplace. Tech demystifying the digital economy. I'm jed Kim in for Molly would. So you've got your computer science degree, your coded masterful. Now an elder of the internet comes to you holding a black hat, and a white one. We'll you hack to steal and disrupt or will you work to stop the bad guys. Which will you choose in reality? The distinction isn't really that clear entered the role of the grey headed or ethical hacker. Gary Rivlin is a journalist and author of the new book becoming an ethical hacker. It's part of the masters at work guides to interesting careers riven sat down with several of the fields, top information security professionals, a quirky and fascinating bunch. He says they're out to do good. But there are practical rewards to the draw would start with the salary and the demands cyber security folks are paid even more than the typical programmer. The demand is off the charts the world last year was talking about this study that saying that there's going to be a need for more than three million cybersecurity jobs across the. Planet. Those of us who are on computers, living, our digital lives. That's frightening to anyone who wants to get into cybersecurity as profession. That's certainly good news. There always be demand in your book. You spoke with half a dozen or so cybersecurity experts. What did they tell you is the hardest part of their job to me? It's what they call the defenders dilemma as a defender you have to win every single day. The attacker only has to win once so it's a really, really stressful job because one breach, and it negates every positive day you had up until then there's a puzzle aspect. You know you need to be created. There's no off the rack solution as the cybersecurity people ethical hackers. I spoke to you have to think like a black headed hacker. You have to kind of put yourself in their shoes. How would they get into the system? To you point in your book that amongst the hackers and the cyber security experts. It's more stude- mail. Why is it important to get more women into these positions? Well, so there's this notion that you have to think like a hacker. Well, if all of the computer security, people are white men who live in the United States, that's leaving out a whole lot of people who would like to break into our systems, we just need diversity, not just as a nice goal though. It is an important goal. But just for more practical reasons I mean as bad as the numbers are for programmers, generally, like roughly twenty percent programmers, give or take a women nowadays. The underrepresentation is worse in cybersecurity, and we can do better in and we need to do better. Gary Rivlin is a journalist and author of the new book becoming an ethical hacker. All of. This might remind you of the nineteen Ninety-two film, sneakers in which Robert Redford leads a rag tag team of noble thieves. I brought up the comparison with Gary and he says, it's one of his favourite tech movies, along with war games. And now for some related links interested in reading, Gary Rivlin's book. It's fun quick read, especially if you're into heists another big takeaway, the path ethical hacker is buried and winding. There's the former journalist the child prodigy the NSA guy, the Wall Street Journal recently got a look into the security team at IBM code named x force read apparently demand in the field has grown so much so fast that, quote, his team of corporate hackers contains more music majors than graduates with security degrees, given the dearth of collegiate programs that focus on the quickly evolving field and quote turns out, you can get certified as an ethical hacker. The council offers several courses including forensic investigation and penetration testing just a heads up the final test to become a licensed penetration. Tester is eighteen hours long. E Andy news has a post mortem on the first cyber attack on the US 'electricity grid pack in March, no blackouts. Like there were in Ukraine in two thousand fifteen but the threat is real people. And finally, trust me, sneakers is not only a great film. It's practically prescient when it comes to this topic don't believe me, birth movies, death dot com. Hasn't analysis, there's the phrase, most undervalued movie of all time. I agree. I agree. I'm jed Kim. And that's marketplace tech. This is a PM Patrick in Santa Cruz, California wrote to us to say marketplace is an essential element in his life, and that we're helping make him smarter through high quality thought provoking and informative journalism to join Patrick, and supporting what we do. Please donate online today at marketplace dot org. Thanks to Patrick, and all the marketplace investors who make our work possible.
Charles Van Doren, Mark Van Doren And Fraud discussed on Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Quiz shows Charles van Doren past. Yes, he did. Yeah. For those who don't know. He was the biggest thing in the history of game shows if you saw the movie quiz show in the nineties, Robert Redford's, great movie terrific was about Charles van Doren was all rigged. And I watched this little kid. I would beg my parents. Let me stay up late and watch twenty one and Charles van Doren who is at Columbia on of Mark van Doren, the famous Shakespeare scholar. Absolutely. And it was all fraud. But the country was gripped. You said he won the equivalent of a million bucks. Yeah. Get answers. Yeah. It was all rigged. But no one and listen I and but we didn't realize at the time. I mean, I you know, I was a kid. What did I know? I thought it was
"redford" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"Well, he had a gun that's in the title. But he wasn't a shoot them up kind of guy. Like like like you'd normally see this is a man who looked like your grandpa and Robert Redford feels like my grandpa. And so I was emotionally entire movie since he space thick places love interest, which is funny because normally you don't have to active Canarian having a love interest in a movie that's not called on golden pond, father daughter type stuff. So I'm watching this movie thinking about all the different things Redford's dumbness career. And I want to make sure the future generations are watching this stuff. So I'm going to submit a list of five movies of Robert Redford that you have to see no matter what age you are. So this is the catalog you're saying if we're going and first of all who's got like where do you rank the catalogs who are you taking above all else? Does he land on your mount Rushmore because it's been a long time since people talked about people like Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford like their their their time largely passed. But that doesn't mean that their past wasn't big as movie star in America big. He was. He was he was the biggest of the big, right? I mean now when you say mount Rushmore, you're asking for the cops for movie stars of all time. I'm not willing on a whim to say the Redford is up there because I'd have to go back down for Bogart. And then I have to think about I know you're gonna laugh nNcholas cage. Nicolay as well. His nNcholas cage five a really good. But it's only because he's made five million and five he's top-heavy. You'll Jackson belong up there surely by volume plus money. So we have to really go through and do that exercise which I've not done. But for Robert Redford for people who don't know, and I've been taking a poll of younger people, they do not know, Robert Redford. And that to me is a true sign that people are not googling enough. So God there and watch Butch Cassidy and the Sundance kid go watch the movie he directed called the river runs through it watch ordinary people and cry watching a movie called knickers with Sidney Poitier who no one's heard of who they should have been ninety s I think he's still alive actually, Dan ackroyd in that movie. So he has that a career that is both funny serious. Interesting sort of Clint Eastwood like. Actually in terms of his ability to direct produce MAC, and he ended his career with this movie about a true Bank robber. And the metaphor is that he used his career that he basically stole a career because he never felt worthy of the things that he's accomplished. So let me do this here with the shipping container and with David Samson. If you wanna talk David Samson, the telephone number seventy six four five six four eight three seven he's not willing to do it on a win. But I'd like to talk it out on air before we talk about baseball stuff. If you're taking someone's catalogue of top five movies, who's the person that you're taking because the Carrio has been in a ton of of great movies. Anybody Tarantino's using or the Coen brothers are using own. Of course, the load. Yeah, I'm serious. Rocky rocky one rocky two three and four goes through is if you're marooned on an island whose catalog of movies, would you take if those were the only movies, you can watch over and over again, I mean, then it's obviously nNcholas cage. But it got me thinking, Tom Hanks is a pretty solid top five and very solid, and he's an Oscar winner. He's had great performances in you could bring along Donna Dixon with Peter Scolari, and Tom Hanks and watch bosom buddies just for fun while you're watching all of the great movies he made..
How Do Mail Carriers Get Their Routes?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain, Steph, Lauryn balk here. Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night keeps your loyal mailman for making their daily rounds in their powder. Blue shirt, grey shorts and occasionally awesome safari hat. But how exactly did your trustee mail carrier get signed the specific route, and how long are they stuck with it? The US postal service was established by the constitution. And the first postmaster general was named by George Washington in seventeen eighty nine. The new country was served by seventy five post offices, delivering to four million people. According to sue Brennan at the United States postal service your mail carriers. Current route is one of more than seventy four thousand world postal routes and nearly one hundred forty five thousand city routes across the nation, the longest single root in America is magnum Oklahoma where a well traveled world carrier drives a hundred and eighty three miles. That's two hundred ninety four kilometers every day to serve two hundred and forty eight customers the shortest route is an Athens, Georgia where a city. Carrier walks nine hundred fifty feet that's two hundred eighty nine meters to make two hundred and Eighty-one deliveries. We spoke with Brian Renfro. He's a second-generation letter carrier from Hattiesburg Mississippi currently serving as the executive vice president of the national association of letter carriers, a labor union, representing America's two hundred thousand city postal workers Renfro explained to us the process by which an individual postal route is designed and assigned for starters, Redford says rural carriers and city carriers have different systems for determining the size of a route a rural carriers route is much more consistent, and they are paid for the amount of time. It takes them to complete the root for city carriers. The guiding principle of design is for carrier to complete the route in his close to eight hours as possible. As you can imagine. And it our route looks a lot different depending on your location in a dense urban center full of highrise apartments. It might take a postal worker. Eight hours to service a couple of blocks out in the suburbs. Another postal worker might walk and Dr miles delivering to single family homes. The size and dimensions of each route are calculated using a combination of computer based mapping software and old fashioned on the ground experience. Renfer said the postal service has a computer program that maps the exact location of every delivery point not just this houses here, but we're the mailbox is in this program uses a number of algorithms to try to generate the most efficient way to travel the route based on the time value that's assigned to each street the computers timing of the root is just a starting point though. After that, it's the postal manager's job to account for reality. Which includes all the variables that can impact the time. It takes to complete a route. There are seasonal fluctuations and mail volume. There's inclement weather there's road construction and new home construction and the very human differences between one carrier and the next Renfrewshire said some letter carriers are tall some are short. Some are young some are older. Some are fasters are slower. There are all sorts of variables that play into it. There's no set time to deliver mail at a particular house the post. Oh carrier has to spend a few hours sorting the mail into trays before heading out on their route the trays correspond to the order of the root. If the house is head of you on the route happened to be heavier on male than usual on any given day. The letters may get to your box later then on another day. Even if the weather is good, and there's no road construction or other delays keeping the roots as close to eight hours as possible requires regular adjustments postal managers will conduct six day route inspections to accurately time each part of the letter carriers day from the daily morning sorting to the on the street delivery to hanging up their bag at night. If carriers day is stretching closer to eight and a half hours. The postal manager will slice off a portion of that route and divvied up among nearby carriers with lighter loads that explains why you might see a new face on your route every couple of years. Otherwise, these ending roots at any given post office is done by seniority when route is vacated the carrier quits or retires. Or a new one is created all the carriers office. Get to bid on the roots the carrier with the most seniority wins. If you've had the same letter carrier for a long time that probably means you're part of a desirable route or those cookies, you gave them on national postal worker day, July first are really paying off. In addition to the long-term route adjustments that are made every few months or years. The postal service also makes short-term route fixes when letter carriers show up to work every morning. They look at the day's mail volume and make an estimate of how long it will take complete their assigned route. Maybe it's a snow day or a day after a government holiday. So the delivery volume is doubled. If they know it's going to take more than eight hours. They can either volunteer for overtime overtime sign ups are every three months or the supervisor can assign a portion of the route to other carriers for the day Renfro notes that though this may sound simple in practice. It can get complicated. Fast individual post offices in big cities, like New York, Los Angeles. Boston might have two hundred three hundred letter carriers to manage each with hundreds of changing customers to deliver to. Episode was written by Dave ruse and produced by Tyler clay, brain stuff is a production of iheart media's how stuff works the more on this. Lots of other topics that delivered. Visit our home planet has stuff works dot com. And for more podcasts for my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. Like, you smart water has added electrolytes for taste and great tasting water helps you stay hydrated, feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. Refresh yourself with smart water.
"redford" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"And now back to the mentors where remarkable CEO's challenge. Your thinking about life and business. Welcome back. I'm Tom Lauria hosts for today. My guess mentor is Michael Kalemie one of our nation's preeminent portrait photographers, and we've been talking about the work. He's done with Saint Mother Teresa Saint John Paul the second, George Bush, and others and. We were talking just before we went to break about by Angelo. And you had quite a relationship with her. Really? I did I. Taking pictures. That's right. I did. And that happens oftentimes with some clients of mine, in fact, with Dr Angelo, I met her when I had photographed her with alleyways L when I photographed both of them for my book architects piece back before the year two thousand and Houston Vitus over to her house for thanksgiving's in North Carolina, and she would make these fabulous dinners, and you know, I oftentimes think of of some of her sayings, and I was there present when she won the medal of freedom and receive that at the White House, and that was quite an extraordinary moment to witness with her. But she said that, you know, people will forget what you said. No, forget what you did. But they'll never forget how you made them feel and it's such a true observation of all of us. What's really important in our relationships? Certainly. I'll never forget. How she made us feel my wife, and I and our family how she made us feel so welcome at thanksgiving and not only her fabulous cooking. But also, you know, that comradery that deep friendship. We'd oftentimes go around her long dinner table afterwards and play word games, which in any other circumstance would be quite daunting to play a word game with my Angelo. But she loved board games and different types of games. And we always had so much fun and laughter around her house, and what other people that you will have specialists, you Robert Redford. I would say that I got to know Redford through the years, in fact, that brings to mind a funny story told me that he oftentimes loves making the dry d lives now in Napa loves making the drive from Napa to Sundance Utah. And there was a day that he was driving, and it was a very warm day. So he said he'd stopped to get an ice cream. It was probably a Baskin Robbins ice. Cream with the mirrored background and he walked in. And there was a woman in front of him that even though Redford was wearing glasses certainly recognize. That's Robert Redford behind me. So she ordered her ice cream and ran out of the store, and he was ordering his ice cream in this. Same woman came running back with the hand full of change saying to the cashier. You know, I have my change. But I forgot my ice cream and Redford had to tell her well apparently she had put the ice cream face down in her purse. But he's a wonderful guy. Also, it's hard for me to imagine he and his eighties because he he's always youthful individual. But I was blessed to photograph both he and Paul Newman, and they had quite an interesting funny relationship back and forth with each other. They used to play pranks on each other. And I remember another time read for telling me that he had one of his sports cars compacted and sent to Newman's house as lawn furniture. And of course, this went back and forth with each other to the point where Redford was waiting at home and saw this big semi truck coming and loading offloading box after box after box. And certainly he went out to the driver and said, I'm not expecting any kind of delivery and open up one of these boxes and realized that it was coming from Westport Connecticut, which of course, was Paul Newman Thome, and he opened up the box, and it was toilet tissue with Redford's face on each cheek. As far as I know they never fessed up to one another that they were pulling these kind of pranks on each other. But he has a wonderful sense of humor. And really I would say Tom in terms of my life as a photographer. It's been as it is with most of us business people. It's all about the relationships. I don't go back and really think that was a great photograph or I don't really come back. And celebrate the photographs as much as I do with the deep relationships that I was able to afford with many of these people this is Tom law. You're listening to the mentors radio today. We're speaking with Michael copy one of our nation's preeminent portrait, photographers. So what would you give what advice would you give a sixteen year old that would like to pursue a career in photography like you follow in your footsteps? Well, I would be very very. Forthright and trying to have them pursue it. You know, I wouldn't be negative in any way because I really go back to those years of Ansell and Richard avid on and even my father who is an artist really paving the way of of going into this particular field. Even though it's a lot more difficult. Now, everybody has a cell phone. Everybody has a camera, and it's a lot more difficult to find those particular jobs that are paying, but I do believe that they're out there. And I think it's all about passion and inspiration and going back to that conviction that I talked about earlier, I think that if you possess those three things you have that recipe to be able to be successful. And it's about really working hard. And you get some lucky breaks along the way, I certainly made a tremendous amount of mistakes. And I oftentimes reflect on some of those worst mistakes that I've made and continue tell us about one of them. Well, I remember. I can tell you many. But one in particular, I had a job at a college which was great because it was a retainer job. So it provided money throughout the whole month. Where for a photographer that was a great thing. And it turned out that I'll it had to do on this one particular night was to photograph the college president, I happen to be a woman her husband and a very famous artist who was a sculpture artist world renown who had an opening at the particular college gallery, and he was a ceramic artist. So he had a lot of his installations that were positioned on the ground and some on the wall, and I felt like since the place was just completely packed with critics and news media. I thought I'm going to do this very quick what we would call us, photographers, grip and grin shot and get out of there for the night. So I figured you know, as soon as she walks in. I'm in a photograph for against this particular piece that I liked and then take this portrait and walk out. And so she came. I'm in with her husband, and she gave her spent quite a talking to as to who. I was and kind of built me up as being this person that I definitely am not. And so I figured you know, I'll squeeze them in I was shooting with a wide angle lens. And you know, how that is. If it's somebody who's a little bit, overweight, if you have a wide angle lens, and you have them too close to the edges. They're going to look twice as large. So I kept telling them to come in a little bit tighter. And as I was stepping back to fit them in the frame. I walked right into one of his pieces and broke. My I broke my fall with my camera in his ceramic piece. So to this day, Tom, I don't know how I actually got out of that particular room because I know all the attention were rate to my face. And I thought over the weekend. I thought you know, here I am I've lost that job. I've lost a retainer. What am I gonna do and supporting my wife and kids, and I went back to apologize to the college. President. And I said I was very sorry for what happened and she said, well, that's okay. I really didn't care for his work in. So it doesn't always end that way. Well when we come back. I'm going to ask you a question about the change in the landscape for photographers over time. My guest mentor today is Michael copy. We'll be back in a minute. After the break like us on Facebook. At the metro News Radio dot com. We'll find Oliver show notes links at mentors radio dot com. This is Tom Lori. And this.
"redford" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Greetings from the boldest body. Most outrageous city in the world, the planetary capital of sun fun sin sex secrets my not so humble hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada. My name is George Knapp. Your -cational host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator up. Tonight's upcoming the communist cavalcade of conversation. Hope y'all had a wonderful Easter holiday here in the coast-to-coast command bunker, we've taken off our Spurs hold off the boots. They're standing over there in the corner. The gun belt is unbuckled. The colts within grabbing distance just in case, you never know. What goes on during a coast to coast broadcast tonight. We return to the old west to the time of gunslingers outlaws desperadoes cagey characters on horseback robbed trains and banks. Rustled cattle and horses. Thumb their noses at the law for as long as they could many of them that bloody violent ends many more still live on in our imaginations back when I was a kid westerns were the rage on television every network had its own lineup a western programs. Not just gunsmoke. I mean, all kinds of shows every one of them movie studios cranked out western tales on a regular basis. White hats versus black hats. You know times change public tastes change. But those stories still rattle around in my brain, and maybe yours as well. A couple of weeks ago. I was invited to a pretty amazing family reunion in Arizona. Not my family somebody else's family. And in a sense. It was more than a family reunion. It was like a gathering of the outlaw clans at this gathering. There were some in the family who could trace their roots to Jesse James salmon, the family could shake a trace themselves to a guy named black. Jack Ketchum many of these family members didn't realize that they were related to folks who ran with the wild bunch that loose confederation. Of outlaws that's been chronicled in in so many books, and so many movies and the most famous of all the wild bunch outlaws which Cassidy and the Sundance kid, you know, the movie we all know the one with Paul Newman. And Robert Redford a marvelous piece of filmmaking. I don't know about you. But I didn't like the ending. I wanted Butch and Sundance to escape I didn't want them to die in some podunk town and Bolivia over the years. I I read just about anything and everything that's been written about Butch and Sundance or anything. I could get my hands on anyway, especially the stories about how maybe they didn't die in Bolivia after all maybe they returned to the states and lived out until they were old men now. Maybe that's wishful thinking, maybe it's western fantasy and maybe not during that gathering in Arizona, a famous western writer and publisher named Bob BOS bells spoke, and he told the crowd. Remember this phrase says nothing changes as much as the past. And isn't that true? I mean, we learned that on this program. All the time the more we learn about the past the more. We learn about how wrong we've been about it. I thought it might be fun for one of our programs to explore the alternative history of the old west, we do those kinds of alternative history programs on coast now, and then, but as far as I know. No. We haven't done one that focused on old west tails will tonight that changes we start with Butch and Sundance. And I don't think anyone in the world has done more work on tracking down the real story on those to then carry Rosborough he and his wife. Lisa. Lebron have co authored a massive an impressive new history called Butch Cassidy, the untold story. It's a very impressive piece of work. Amazing details and photos, and they make a persuasive case that Butch Cassidy did not die in South America in part because a heck of a lot of people saw him years later here. Instead, they think Cassidy had a long colorful life and ended his days right here in my neck of the woods, Nevada. Lebron's will join me momentarily, and we will jump right into it in our three tonight. Jerry nickel is not only a writer and storyteller. He says he is the great grandson of the Sundance kid. He makes the case in his new his book that there was a lot of confusion about the true identity of Sundance and that was on purpose. And he says he has DNA evidence that proves Sundance also survives South America died many years later in Utah. Then in our four we're going to explore one of the most infamous Bank robberies of all time at least in western history. You know, historians for a long time believed that the robbery of the First National Bank and win amok here. In Nevada was the work of the wild bunch, maybe push Cassidy's gang. Maybe all Bush himself was involved. They figured the town went America even held a festival Butch Cassidy days and sort of cashed in on that story. I think most historians have since concluded Butch was not there himself. He wasn't involved in that robbery. Now comes an explosive new tale. You know, even though Bush wasn't there? Nobody's really explained. Well, if he didn't do it who did. Well, the story that we're going to hear now is about who really stage that robbery. Chant and Kim bracket are not writers by trade. They're there ranchers, but they wanted to tell a story after they found a stash of old handwritten notes written by their la- late relative, a man who knew the truth about the wild bunch and about that Bank job, and this truth leads to a name that is well known in the west, but not as an outlaw he's known as a pillar of his community, owner of one of the largest ranchers ranches in America, a solid citizen whose colorful past is about to catch up with them chat and Kim will be here later in the program, and they.
"redford" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Kickers name. Robert Redford, Redford Jones read for Jones, Tulsa. Hurricane golden hurricane. Are you inspired by the signing? I'm just glad that got somebody. Yeah. Yeah. Like seven guys, Nick, folk, Blair Walsh, all those guys. Yeah. Just get somebody have big Cody parkey kickoff. And then, you know, he won't be the I won't be the last maybe this guy will stick. But you know, he's bringing guys in see who. The Dow Jones had a double dunk of his own. I could not believe five. Yes, you're closer. Now. Here's new kicker Redford Jones lining up from. What was your thing? Let's see. Well, we had three shows today with a different one free do's and Dr. Thanks. Yeah. We had just for kicks. We also had footloose. I spent all day on this is really. Foot fetish festival. To go with festivus for the rest of it sucks. A little picture of Rex Ryan. And his wife. Yeah. There you go. See just. Yeah. This brainstorming here any more creative than you know, here we had a we had a real question when you bring in six kickers or seven kickers whatever, and it's four degrees outside and it's snowing which could be bare weather in an important game. In December January are they kicking outdoors. Are they kicking in the and center? I will tell you that we sent chaper seven have sleep over Soldier Field. There was nobody there. They may I don't think they went there early. But we did we did buzzer. And there was no one lion or outlying and for the sole purpose. Or was it like no there was up to and traffic, and you we got a lot of weather and everything can you just kind of ear over and check it out. There was nothing there. So I'm assuming it was in the Walter Payton center, but who knows I mean, it would be a perfect condition. What they did was they they had seven guys, and they cut the six of them who said what I have to drive all the way down there. Kick-me me today. Those who complained about the traffic, I am spinal Redford goes. Yeah. I'd do it. No. Redford Jones in Plato. So I'm gonna say he's a good old boy. It just seems like an odd combination. Some may say Tom Waddell combination. But Redford Jones seems Redford Jones Jones is one of the. Is very uncommon. First name. That's why it kind of doesn't roll off the tip of your tongue. But it's fine. Just hit the ball through the uprights. That's right. Brian james. Remember that song? That's first thing. I thought Redford Jones kinda rolled Reuben James was that a Kenny. Someone can any Roger Roger I'm just trying to see where Redford Jones is from. That's what I'm looking for right now to see if he is New York City. Yeah. His dad's and investment banker. You don't call them red for sure as you call them forward because that'd be better for red red. Nice full head of blonde hair. So that is so as Tulsa, then you can't call them, rather and pictures. Blonde, try. He's not a ginger. You have reports from SOX fest today. Yes, we did back. I got a nice ovation walking up. And of course, to a man all the players are saying, yeah, who wouldn't want Manny. And we may Dion check every room in the Hilton Chicago. She did was steal some towels. And then so we couldn't find him. But you know, what the weekend is young. It is and you know, and yonder Alonzo was teasing us yesterday. When the socks were making calls to the season ticket holders like they do every year. And he's like, you know, just to be, you know, cool with my family and everything else. We're just going to back off and just respect everything. But he might be my neighbor. He's gotta just. Redford Jones is from Norman Oklahoma. Okay. Then he's going to have an accent. I don't know that let's give him on the phone. Norman is where Oklahoma is right, Oklahoma. He lists. Kobe. Toby Keith as the most famous person he's ever met definitely got an accent. Yeah. Her parents are Stephen Christy Jones, majoring, exercise and sports science both of them. And they created this kid. No, he's majoring in exercise science long. No exercise. No, no. That's his major exercise. They remove these pirates of the Caribbean. Steak and lobster is favorite foods. Okay. So that's the bears new kicker as of now, I'm sure they'll add more new kickers have some sort of a bag NFL free agent because he was an undrafted, right? They're getting the guys that they can look at now. Remember, most of the guys who obviously are in college won't be available until after the draft. And then the players who are free agents won't be available to the new league year starts in Mark shop. Go ahead. Yeah. I was gonna say like their scouting staff. I'm sure has a full ride up from this about this guy from his college career. So they're not completely. Hey, who's this Redford Jones guy? I'm sure that they scouted. That's how they got the inva-. They made the invites tough way to make a living. That's for sure member Blair Walsh. He was great. And all of a sudden, gee crashed. Dan Weiner was telling us. He was an all pro his rookie. Yes. And then he then he missed that playoff kick. And he never been the same sense. And it was like a how long was it Meller? Were you saying twenty mid twenty s you know, they brought him back thinking that they could you know, that was just an anomaly he'll be fine. A lot of kickers do go through funds. Remember Mason Crosby for all. He had that one year. We're Packer fans were disgusted, and he was often costing them games. And then half the year after he came back and was great again and has been there kicker at his helmet on sideways looking through the year whole just trying anything. So. Yeah. So how's he back in the fold at socks past? The bulls are back in the United States. I just called in an awful tanking blowout again. I mean, I just mentioned it in briefs. Now, I might show one play member. Now, we talked about I might back to that. And that you tweeted it too. And you had to show that dunk because it was humiliating wind up Justin Anderson climbs up and over Bobby Portis, and he's got his elbows above the rim and threw it at you. And not show highlight showed why? No, yes, that was that was not show highly unless it was a great play. A highly is said you will show a highlight. If there's a great play. Of course, I would. What'd you guys bat? Right. You still Starbucks? That's okay. No big deal. But you see those have to wait in line with all the regular people. Now, he just sends his. Use me. I do the mobile order. You're crazy. If you don't do mobile order get out of my way, shelve here, do the mobile ordering can you? Sandwiches. It's been in that that little case. Yeah. Sometimes market warmed up the other days sandwiches, low mold. Well, if you if you warm it up and kills all that stuff. Yeah. You want to melt the cheese? It kills. All. Right. So you're not talking. See we've got Ozzy back. We've got a new bears kicker you're off of balls here. So no-balls allow waddles world today. A win was he? The great plays. We had tons of Pro Bowl stuff today. We had Josh Bellamy interviewing a bunch of other bears doing that bit. Interview conducted on today's Waddle and Silvy.
"redford" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"That is very romantic Betty White's ninety seven years old today. She's still getting carded. According to the actress, the golden girls star plans and celebrating or Mary Tyler Moore star. Whatever she's been in so many things she knows. She's spending your birthday today. She's gambling. Gotta love that. Yeah. I love at Betty's playing poker with friends that she's played with for decades. Her birthday wish is a phone. Call from Robert Redford guy. Love Betty, she's ninety seven years old. As beloved as anyone in the entertainment industry. She continues to feel the offers to act in films and TV shows. I love your I need to figure out the name of that TV show that she was in. What was that Betty white? God what was it? Whether it's the prank show hold on a second. I need to find that what was that called Google at one author rockers. Yeah. That was a good one this. So funny. Betty crediting her long career with their positive attitude says, I know it sounds corny. But I try to see the funny side. And the upside not the downside says I get bored with people who complain about this or that it's such a waste of time. A speaking of bad songs collie now, I'm not going to get into that too much. But Robin certainly made me think of another bad song. That's not. Yeah. Let's see. This is a bad one to me..
"redford" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Down near new Brighton between six ninety four and county road ninety six looks like Kennedy two and thirty five W northbound there is a vehicle on the side of the road south of that ninety four eastbound in Saint Paul between Lexington Parkway and western avenue. There is a crash, and it will be slowing you down pretty much all the way from hiawatha until you meet that crash near Lexington Parkway. You're five eyewitness news weather forecast. Partly cloudy tonight. Seven tomorrow, cloudy thirteen right now, sunny and twenty two. Information, please. Mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. On mytalk mytalk guy. Well, yesterday during the five twenty dirt alert, we talked about maybe Miley Cyrus expecting a child while she took to Twitter to deny reports that she's pregnant with what would be per and husband, Liam hem Hemsworth. First child. She said eggs cited for this next chapter in our lives, meaning her marriage now, everyone can leave me alone and go back to staring at AIG course that referring to is the most light image on Instagram, which is currently of an egg. It was very response. Yeah. It must've been a a lunch belly baby. Every single cheddar Jean shorts. No because it was just a long top. But she performed that. Chris Cornell, LA and. Hey outfit kinda just a little lunch at the for such emotion for Miley. Cyrus Betty white doing fabulously well on her ninety seventh birthday today. Her rep tells us weekly that Betty is feeling great that white still loves to work and offers keep coming in. And when she's not acting Betty white allegedly enjoys hanging out with close pals playing poker and Betty white one birthday wish she's waiting for Robert Redford to call her. I love that about her. Bob, crawl please for goodness sake. All right. And now, we know some of the artists that will be performing at this year's Grammy awards. Shawn Mendez denomination Cardi B or taking the stage as well as Camila Cabello Dannon shea post Malone and Casey musk graves all announced that they're going to be performing at the Grammys today. Alicia Keys hosting the ceremony. You can catch it Sunday February tenth on CBS. Nice decent light up there. All right..
"redford" Discussed on The Fighter And The Kid
"Yeah. The fighter and the kids. It's called. Although the talked about that on his show. You guys got the kid kid is a weird thing to say on. And this way, you will tell him in this climate in this I and you know, what? Yeah. And that's I kids choose just on the table notes preview for and we have kids toys up there. I get it. Here's the thing though. I told Brian when I first met him. He goes, hey, I'm Brian the kid Kahlil excuse me who gives you that name. That's just what they call me. That's cool. Then we got to know each other do the name to doesn't make sense. 'cause your oldest Schick, he goes, I know onset. I saw a movie one time that he referred to Robert deniro sodas the kid. So he just took it Robert Redford. He get Callans from tells the same age as Robert Redford. Yeah. The same age same generation, really. Yeah. He called him Robbie they knew he knew his Robby Robby kalland just took nicknamed himself. I don't know. But we know Brian well enough to know nobody calls in the kit. I've never heard of no one's ever called him the kit. Never someone called him. Then. I'm sure probably I've heard people say young people. Call him Papa. Yes. Somebody called him Papa. So I gotta face time. The other day with a couple of kids. I call them dead. That makes it how many kids do you think he has seven no. No, three three total. How many does he have on the books? Seventeen knowing that Shawn Kemp, Sean. John Philip ready? He's a Philip rivers of this podcast. He's the shot. Fucking haunted. Yeah. Dude, maybe to get an extra system. I left like always there like maybe you should get up exercises them. They always do access because it means something comes back that what do you live what kind of devils? Do you think are trapped inside a shop to all who I work at a skateboard shop? I told him yesterday. He looks like and he looks like his dad owns a gas station. He dresses like every dude. His dad owns a gas station. Chops actually, pretty funny. I could see him doing grip tape, by the beach. Sure. Shop job of John Shaab. How's how's that not a niche? Oh, yeah. Joe, but we'll come back to the shop job. We'll see. We'll say we're going to be gripped taping fucking Rippin ways. Shop John's dog me and Me and you. you sitting there talking shit worked here in the show. He's just sitting there just sitting there doing the job you guys accommodate it. It's like fucking short tank jobs. You'll if you never fought what what would you have done? For real like, what would have been had. You would have probably had to get a job with FedEx FedEx. No. Well, Kim Brown do for you. Yeah. You're in the warehouse all better yet deal. What the fuck would you do with your still set if you wanna come what in the world? Would you do to first of all? Would you be a bevy of skills though? He really does urban planner. I graduated college about urban plan or did it your college. You were home schooled be Bill out. He he Saint Louis that was his he designed that entire said to do you want to get hired as the bird at red, Robin? Can it be around kids? Drought might say I would have got a sex change in a lesbian and found some hot chick to fuck and take care of me. Yeah. That's that's actually very legit. If you know shit, if you're a young guy in you're like things weren't going for us, well somewhere get ten grand get across get a real pussy hits. Is that all the cost to get? You. Don't get Ted. It's so easy. In a man's chest. And it feels like ten mood. Yes. League in this wrong. You get hit you suck the dude off for a year or so get paid and then get married, right? And then you get rid of the tip. That's such a long plan. Offer a couple of years few cut off his..
Airline agent mocked 5-year-old epileptic girl’s name, mother claims
"Know, when you have a name like absolutely somebody somebody's probably gonna make fun of you from time to time hasn't come up yet. I'm sure it has, you know, I just don't know what you folks think. Sometimes when they come up with these really weird names, really weird spellings. I know what they're thinking. I'm going to give my daughter a really special name. But they don't realize what else they're giving them which is a lifetime of grief, and and probably the desire when their of legal age to change. So this is a five year old mom, and they go to the airport. This is where I believe that the gate agents step well over the line for one thing. It's not good customer service to be teasing. Anybody who's getting on board your plane Southwest Airlines? Would appreciate that number one. But number two she photographed the boarding pass. Oh, wow. Posted that on Facebook. Oh, so that's going a well above and beyond. S? Here's ABC's mom, by the way, explaining why she so upset, Tracy. Bradford says her Donner's unique name copy attention of a Southwest Airlines gate agent. This is absolutely. But her name is spelled ABCD. Negate even started mocking my child's name laughing pointing needed my daughter and talking to other employees turn around and just like, hey, I can hear you. So I can hear you my daughter can to like, I'd appreciate it. You just stop Bradford was catching a flight home to Al Paso, Texas. A few weeks ago from John Wayne airport in Orange County absolutely lives with epilepsy. So the Redford's always pre board while I was sitting there. She took a picture of my and chose to posted on social media, mocking my daughter, it was actually brought to my attention by somebody who. Skien on Facebook and reported it to Southwest Airlines. Yeah. That's probably not the wise thing for the for the gate agent in that particular case, but that poor child five years. Oh, she's going to go to first grade next year. So she's got epilepsy. That doesn't help the situation either. So there you go. Sometimes it's you know. It's tempting. When you see something like that to make fun. It's also extremely tempting for me to lectured. The parents say why would you do that, you know, come up with a name like like that? You you gotta know. I'm sure like you say, I'm
William Friedkin: 'The Exorcist'
"Hi, I'm Seth Abramovitch senior writer at the Hollywood reporter. And I'd like to welcome you to it happened in Hollywood. It's a new podcast. I'll be hosting with the help of my good friend. Chip pope. Hi there. That's me. I'm chip I'm a TV writer and a pop culture enthusiasts in each episode. We're going to be taking a journey backwards and time and revisiting some of the wildest chapters in Hollywood history iconic films zeitgeist TV shows infamous lawbreakers and just the random weirdness that color the place. We call LA La Land. Yes. And we think that you'll find in Hollywood the more things change the more. They stay the same. And that's what this show is about on each episode. We're going to be going to a key figure in whatever topic recovering and interviewing them. And then after the fact Seth, and I will comment on those prerecorded interviews, so let's get right to it. Welcome to the first episode of Hollywood. All right. Let's do some scene setting its December nineteen seventy three Richard Nixon one month before told a room full of reporters in Orlando, Florida. I am not a crook. Well, I'm not a crook. And in movie theaters. Cross the nation. Robert Redford, Paul Newman were playing crooks in a blockbuster hit called the sting. Then this thirty eight year old wonder canned Billy freed Ken comes along riding high. Having just won the Oscar for the French connection in seventy two. I love that. He's thirty eight year old wonderboy because the industry in nineteen seventy three's run by nine year olds he's young blood at thirty eight. He is he's whippersnapper and -ticipant for his chosen follow picture to French connection is at a fever pitch. His choice was the exercise. I now this was a big budget adaptation of smash hit novel about a little girl who gets possessed by the devil. The film was plagued by infighting delays. It went way over budget. He acted kind of crazy firing people left. And right people thought there was a curse on it yet. There was supposedly occurs. And there was all kinds of reports that this thing is going to be disaster. But when it finally came out, it became the all-time record breaking movie from Warner Brothers at the box office and went on to become one of the most admired and imitated horror films of all time. It's interesting that you should mention the sting because that was just like nostalgic entertainment that took place in the thirties. Whereas the exorcist was very edgy movie. Very hard are a hard arm and pretty much almost an ex. I mean, this is like a cold bucket. A holy water in the face of a pew Besson. Girl. I mean, even the Hollywood reporter this very publications seemed genuinely shocked by it in its review, they called it, quote, an abomination, and quote, and they call it the wretched excess of the year, but at the same time, they also suggested that it may be the most frightening movie ever made and forty five years later, it's still pretty much lays claim to that title of scariest movie ever made this week's special guest. We have the man responsible for making it. That's right director, William freakin. What throw the talk to this guy? He was great. He was absolutely wonderful. I didn't know what to expect. I thought he might be lawf- the wall get some of the films. He's made forget his age eighty two. I didn't know what we were going to get. But he was such a nice guy was just a thrill to sit at the feet of a master filmmaker.
Robert Redford Reveals He Never Should Have Said He Is Retiring: 'That Was a Mistake'
"Minneapolis. Information, please. This is a mytalk dirt alert update, a quick look at what's happening in entertainment. On mytalk might guy. Robert, Redford may not be retiring from acting after all Redford spoke to variety at the premiere of his upcoming
Neil Simon Remembered As Broadway's Lights Go Dim In Tribute
"Neil Simon They are dimming the lights on Broadway for Neil Simon who. Died ninety one over the weekend I'm going to. Be up there in Times Square we're going to, be gathering by the Neil Simon a theater. Forty where we forty eighth street I think for the Neil Simon theatre and got to honor the man who wrote the. Odd couple sunshine boys plaza suite the movie the goodbye girl come blow, your horn barefoot in the park and just think of all the great actors who appeared in those Neil Simon plays. Me Robert Redford, and Jane Fonda George c. Scott Maureen Stapleton Allen. Aldo is in play west fifty second street is where the Neil Simon theatre is where we're going. To be tonight with Neil Simon now I interviewed, for my podcast, in the, wings the wonderful actress Linda Lavin you know from Alice. And she, was in Broadway bound in fact she won, a Tony award for Broadway bound and we're going to put that podcast, up? On our website sometime today right. That will be going up today so if you want to it. Was, a great interview was. Terrific Yeah it was an. Amazing interview so you're. Going to go to just go to our page. At seven ten wer dot com Landon Michael and, we'll have a link to it
Robert Redford, Twitter and Jason Nathanson discussed on Kentuckiana's Morning News
"The happiest times of actress ruby roses career The number one movie the Meg she just landed the lead, in the upcoming bat woman TV, show the first openly gay. Lead in a. Live action superhero show but then. Came the Twitter backlash she's not.
Margot Robbie looks eerily like Sharon Tate in 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' photo
"Has released the first image. From Quinton Tarantino's once upon a time in Hollywood Robbie is playing Sharon Tate. In this star studded drama set. Against the backdrop of the Manson family murders she posted a photo of herself Uninstall Graham addressed in a black, long-sleeved turtleneck a white skirt and white, leather boots everyone's very excited to this movie. It should be good quitting Tarantino's. Latest once upon a time in Hollywood Robert. Redford is trending he has announced. His retirement from acting saying in an exclusive interview with Entertainment Weekly that. The actor is going to be done after the. Movie the old man and the, gun. Says that'll be his last film just that's enough he's been doing it since age twenty, one believe he is eighty two now. So that's a lot of acting that's a lot of. Acting for one guy and Demi Lovato is. Trending of course she broke her silence last. Night. Falling the suspected overdose released a statement denouncing she is taking some time to. Heal and focus on. Her sobriety and road to recovery but thanked her fans for the support she has. Every ounce of our support. Here at mytalk that is what's trending here at my talking I'll take a. Quick look at your channel five Five eyewitness news weather forecast for the day it's. Going to be cloudy most of, the. Day but it may clear up later on the afternoon with a high of eighty two, and a low of sixty two tomorrow. Looks like it's going to be partly cloudy with a. High of eighty three low of sixty four. Currently it's seventy six degrees and cloudy at mytalk Now you know what we know seen. More, at mytalk one zero seven one dot com Me I say Injured Good. Morning welcome back Jonah and Steve on mytalk one, zero seven, one. Everything entertainment, tech talk here We already talked. About people getting plastic surgery to, look like, Snapchat. Filters that's. This hardening Kind of cool Donna comes tomorrow. With dog years.
Robert Redford Retires From Acting: ‘I’ve Been Doing It Since I Was 21'
"Sitcom the facts of life You take the. Test a loving and wise house mother MRs Garrod she guided the girls at the facts of life, through their Atta lessons And he hit me with that I'm going to let you out And, actress Charlotte Rae's beloved character guided. So many fans along the way First appearing his housekeeper EDNA Garrett on, the sitcom different strokes in one thousand nine hundred seventy eight The popularity of, her character leading to bring you. MRs Garrett to the Eastland high school where she mentor Blair Joe Natalie and tutti are in trouble And when the show was honored. At the two thousand eleven TV. Land awards the girls took time to honor their matriarch an amazing fearless leader the very amazing star of our show Charlotte Rae was just extraordinary Charlotte Rae passed away, Sunday at ninety two overnight Todd bridges who played Willis Jackson on different strokes tweeting about her passing saying you were, loved by everyone on our show And Kim fields who played tutti, tweeting my, heart is, heavy yet sorry no words at the moment. Just love and tears and yeah smile he Amy Rohbock without remembrance of Charlotte Rae Robert Redford is retiring the eighty one year old screen legend telling Entertainment Weekly today that his. Upcoming the old man and the gun will be his final acting job Redford, and start in Konic films Butch Cassidy and, the Sundance kids the. Sting the natural the way we were. All the president's men he says. He'll stick to the plan that he laid out in an interview two years ago when he said he would do two more movies and then be done with acting KOMO news time six fifty anti for the propel insurance money update China's higher. Group says rising. Steel, prices amid hefty US. Import tariffs is driving up costs for its business in the US and warned, the consumer stand to lose the most from, a mounting trade spat between the world's two top. Economies, Louisville based GE appliances which higher bought into thousand sixteen from GE has already raised his prices twice this. Year, to cope with rising costs. Most of conspiracy theorist. Alex Jones, is. Podcasts from his right wing media platform, info. Wars have been removed from Apple's itunes and podcast apps the move by Appalachia sweeping of a recent crackdown on Jones's programs by Facebook and other online sites that have suspended or removed some of his. Conspiracy driven content that's your money, now Jennifer, Kushinka KOMO, news this a worries about a trade war. Are sending US stocks a little Oprah a lower at the opening bell this morning the Dow Jones average down about fifty six points however the s. and the NASDAQ are up Just fractionally coming up on the KOMO morning news rating. Local hardware stores I'm herb Weisbaum a new survey shows where to find the lowest, prices and where to get the best advice traffic and weather next.
Detroit, Karen Springer and Kevin O'neill discussed on Women Who Lead
"Engine field enforce emergency landing for a south western spouse west airlines flight but after listening to the cockpit recordings ntsb chairman robert somewhat says the pilots deserve a lot of credit for being able to land the plane safely pilots seemed very very calm and assured of what they were doing and so i think without getting into i haven't heard their interviews yet but as i said last night my my hat is is off to them they behaved in a manner that did their training would prepare them for many passengers are still on edge after a delta flight in route from detroit's palm beach international airport blew out a tired this morning and airport spokesperson says the pilot landed the plane safely and no one on board the plane was hurt the plan then taxied to the gate where it was surrounded by emergency vehicles as not clear how many people were on that plane a new twist for former mccomb county clerk karen springer she's appealing her removal from office with a handwritten letter to the judge and that appeals springer claimed she was denied the right to a jury trial she was ousted from office last month due to a court order where it was determined she lied about being mccollum county resident and temporary acting clerk was appointed fuel the role twentyone people have applied to become the employees to serve as county clerk until election in november the county circuit judges are scheduled to meet may seven to make that appointment wjr news time is seven oh five here's traffic first on the five with kevin o'neill thanks elizabeth in the city stalled car just cleared from the right lane northbound seventy five after schafer accident blocking the right and center lanes northbound seventy five just past out drive we're watching a wreck on the southbound south deal that's on the right shoulder joy road in redford the left shoulder blocked by an accident westbound ninety six at beech daly good news in farmington hills that wreck cleared westbound six ninety six after orchard lake road ambassador bridge fifteen minute wait time for commercial vehicles into the states tunnel looks good either way and on the blue water bridge twenty minute wait time for commercial vehicles.
"I wish I were sorry but I am not": Texas bombing suspect recorded statement on cellphone
"Only one place that's why he went to jail dick hafner hazel park schools redford union oak park they're closed more than two dozen schools in school districts around here are closed today because of social media threats to students at chandler park academy middle school in harper woods have been arrested for threats that were made a few days ago distributed via snapchat both charged with making a terrorist threat that's a felony austin texas bomber mark condit said on his cellphone confession i wish i was sorry but i'm not that's one of several new pieces of information from the investigation of the bombings and the take down of condit in austin he had what appears to be a list revealed on his statement to his phone that might have been a hit list of future places he was going to bomb paramedics mistakenly made contact with conduct before the authorities moved in on him hours before condit blew himself up ems was told that there was an emergency at condit's house here's part of the nine one one call stage at your fire station do not make the squad to eleven did you get the stage on this call now we didn't there's nothing here at this address that person said that from the ems rig because condit told them he had no emergency this may have spooked condit who then flew out in his suv and fled his final words were i wish i was sorry but i'm not law enforcement is still going through many leads to see of condit was working with anybody else or left behind anymore bombs the mayor of sacramento california says he's horrified by video showing police officers firing twenty times at an unarmed black man who was killed in a backyard shooting they thought he had a weapon but it turned out to be a cell phone the entire horrifying sequence unfolds in only a few seconds the fatal police shooting of stefan clark sunday night in sacramento police say the officers thought he was approaching them pointing a gun at them but investigators say they only found a cell phone on him the shooting took place in the backyard of clark's distraught grandmother right there dead and i told them murderers murderers president trump has taken the.