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Fresh update on "reeve" discussed on On Point with Juandolyn Stokes
"And then when you think about the depths of Ahmad operate George, Florida and others protesters took to the streets of Atlanta and other cities. Calling for a defunding of law enforcement. But Wednesday, the Georgia House passed this bill that would prevent local governments from doing just that. And of course, now they're able to do exactly what they want to do, according to state representative of Gains out of Clark County said in the statement. We feel that protecting public safety keeping our families safe. Is of utmost important gains, authored the bill and said that it's about protecting the citizens. He said in the statement that we've seen calls to defund the police. In Athens and in Atlanta, and we can't let that happen in our state. So this is an important measure that's going to keep our families safe. But the K two Democrat Shannon believes that this bill is just a way for Republicans to energize their own base. And fails to take into account the fears in many minority communities off law enforcement because when they come in minority communities, policing is certainly different. And so a making Democrat James Beverly, said that the bill does its best to control people and minority audiences and other words. It also says that police from local governments and believes that that it would not Survive. Any type of legal challenge is going to go to court and in the courts and the local government. If they hold the constitution up, they have a fight. Minute. Democrats are saying that they have a fight to say, Listen, get your own budget. Reeve at the Police department, revamped the budget, find ways that you can trim And look at a lot of the actions and the trainings of police officers just re construct the budget. Redevelop it. What do you have thoughts on it? Of course, there have been proposals to defund the police in Athens and Atlanta. And other cities. But many of those city councils have rejected them. And they're trying to move forward. What are your thoughts? Do you still agree and think that police department should be defunded? And how should that kind of look? What do you thoughts about it for 49 to 27 or three? It is on point. Well, wandell instructs. We had news and talk. 13 80 w okay. You hard. Just got a song plans. Hey, this is Avery Sunshine and you're listeningto on point with Wanda one Stoke my friend and.
Lynn Stalmaster, Legendary Casting Director, Dies in Los Angeles at 93
"For casting Dustin Hoffman in the graduate, putting Christopher Reeve in the Cape and Tights of Superman even put John Travolta in the classroom is a sweat hog and welcome back, Kotter and after a legendary 60 year career casting director Lin Stall master Has died back in 2016. He was the very first casting director ever to receive an Academy Award. During his speech, he talked about how thankful he was for his chance to collaborate with Many of the most gifted directors in film history. He was 93 Lynn Stall Master dead at the age of 93,
Dallas Man kills self outside home of Texas congresswoman
"A man who shot and killed himself outside of. us representative. Beth van dyne serving home. Wednesday was a former staffer of the freshman republican congresswoman and gop. The urban police department confirmed his identity to the dallas morning news. Yesterday as fifty. Five year old richard christian chris dillard according to his linked in profile which shows him pictured with texas. Gop chairman alan west. He was van. Dines communications director for her campaign from november twenty nineteen to april twenty twenty the texas military department public affairs staff also confirmed that dillard was a member of the texas state guard. Irving police department public information officer robert reeves said the reason behind dillard's death is still
No. 18 Missouri holds off frantic rally, tops No. 10 Alabama
"Number eighty Missouri built a forty four twenty eight halftime lead and they hold up a furious rally down the stretch to beat number ten Alabama sixty eight to sixty five the loss is the first of the season in SEC play for the Crimson Tide who adopted in one the Tigers are second in the league at six and three Missouri led in scoring by guard Dru Smith who poured in sixteen points they're very basketball team and I mean we've seen what they've done in the conference so far so it's a good win gets a step closer to them at the top of the conference better than we do we have to keep working go back and watch this tape and get better from it Alabama is led by Jim Shackleford with fifteen points the Crimson Tide ju just thirty three percent from the field Mike Reeves
Coronavirus Surge Drains Brazilian City's Oxygen Supply
"Air force is now airlifting covid nineteen patients out of the city of manaus in the amazon rainforest. Npr's philip reeve says the health system. There has collapsed. Brazilian authorities have begun flying covid victims out. An oxygen supplies in after hospitals managua's ran out of oxygen following an unprecedented surge of cases. Doctors say patients are dying. In that beds of suffocation some families buying their own cylinders to give too sick relatives. There's a waiting list of hundreds for intensive care beds. The tragedies causing a national outcry officials say they'll fly more than two hundred patients to neighboring states yet. Hospital beds a filling up across much of brazil and they're concerned the maoist patients will spread a new strain of the virus recently traced the amazon. Could it breathes. Npr news ridge netto
Woman Charged, Along With Boyfriend, In Capital Murder Of Her 8-Year-Old Son In Irving Hotel, Dallas
"Her boyfriend have been charged with capital murder after the woman's eight year old son was found dead in a hotel room, Irving Officer Robert Reeves says the mother, 30 year old Leslie Curtis, and boyfriend 29 year old clothing, McCrory. Been violently abusing the young boy for at least 10 days uses occurring now, with schools being virtual and when people not working in their workplaces. The victims aren't necessarily able to escape from their abusers to the places where they're most commonly make their outcries. He's urging anyone who witnesses signs of abuse to contact police immediately from the W B
Man, woman arrested on suspicion of capital murder in Irving for 8-year-old boy's death
"The Irving Police Department has arrested a mother and her boyfriend on capital murder charges after her eight year old son was found dead in a hotel room. Officer Robert Reeves says the couple 30 year old Leslie Curtis, and 29 Year old Cody McCrory, violently beat that little boy the death, Reeves says the boy wasn't in school and with students or taking classes virtually In those victims, such as him can't escape from their abusers to make an outcry.
EV Used Car Values Are Holding Up
"So the altium battery cells Gm and lg's the nine they've given it to the platform more than just the cells or the batteries that made into recently. They've been calling it. The ltm platform and that is going to be the foundation for all of their electric cars and thanks to a youtube channel by ray non navia. We can now check the construction process of that facility. That's going up in lewistown. Ohio a joint venture between gm and lg. Like i say according to inside hof the construction work is already done. The buildings are up the reeves on on. But you can see the buildings going up and surely there is so much still to do. But within several months they are on target to have that facility finish. There is an unhealthy obsession with watching tesla build factories and the busiest aspects of germany. Right now is probably drones above some way just outside of berlin or maybe texas facility asli. They're all the gigafactory is being built. Gm's with algae is coming along very nicely baking. It'll be out of the oven soon. And they company will install manufacturing equipment later this year. Production starts in two thousand nine hundred twenty two the spending two point three billion dollars on it. It's going to create one thousand one hundred new jobs in lordstown ohio and they're gonna make about thirty gigawatt hours annually of cells which is huge. It puts them just behind. Tesla's gigafactory in nevada. Funnily enough okay. Let's move on and on the podcast next. We're going to be talking about what's fascinating story next on the show an official look into battery safety and that's not to say that batteries are unsafe in any possible way but the american. Nhtsa nitsa is creating and a battery initiative for visas to coordinate looking at things like the research the investigations and the safety standards around battery safety. And that's a good thing because you know these are incredibly safe like the comic is themselves and the battery. Maker's is an amazing job with this. I feel so safe driving around. Evt's and you just think about because we've had cars combustion costs for hundred years. You don't think i'm driving. I'm putting my family and my baby inside a car which is carrying around litas. Some gallons of very high highly combustible liquid blows up. I mean when you look at the fire department and the fire brigade stats on cough. Is they've really coleman. And so when there's an incident of course it makes the news because they're so rat but normal 'cause burned down all the time. So i feel very safe driving a navy if you're drive already but it's really good news. The nhtsa has created an initiative to look at the kind of coordinated analysis of data investigations. When there's a crash an anon- crash event and look at diagnostics and even cybersecurity as well. That's all very important. According to the website Techno codex this initiative nitsa that it will conduct investigations into safety related defects in vs and be a central point on battery safety. That's very very important. Lots of people are doing this. But i think it will give consumers more confidence.
Stewart leads Mississippi State rally past No. 13 Missouri
"Mississippi state overcomes a thirty to sixty deficit to knock off number thirteen Missouri seventy eight to sixty three the Bulldogs use a fifteen to nothing run to grab the lead then outscored the Tigers fifty one to twenty four in the second half DJ Stewart paces Mississippi state with twenty four points Iverson Molinar adds twenty four the Bulldogs as they improved their record to two and one in SEC play seven and four overall Jeremih Tillman leads misery with sixteen points the Tigers fall to one in two in league play seven into overall I'm Michael Reeves
Kispert leads No. 1 Gonzaga past San Francisco 85-62
"His purported twenty six points to lead number one consecutive pass that for Cisco eighty five to sixty two in Spokane the senior forward makes nine of eleven shots from the field the Bulldogs also getting eighteen points from Joe Ella yeah you entered in part would score fourteen drew to me adds ten as the nation's top scoring team improved their record to ten until one and on the west coast conference Jamari Bouvier paces San Francisco with eighteen points the dons are now seventy five overall a win two in league play I'm Mike Reeves
No. 7 Tennessee routs No. 12 Missouri 73-53 in SEC opener
"Such yoga visco B. scores fifteen points to pace four players in double figures at Lee dipper seven Tennessee to a seventy three fifty three win over number twelve Missouri the volunteer scored twenty four points off of twenty one tiger turnovers Tennessee also gets thirteen points are jaded Springer and II pons who impressed head coach Rick Barnes started Yvonne was to rip he is the best of water that we know years what one day and you get heard the reception that he got when he came off the TV interview into the locker room it would show you the respect of his teammates have I mean it was he was terrific and I think your pets and scores eleven points for the Tigers who make just three of sixty three point shots hi Mike Reeves
Argentina Senate to Vote on Bill Legalizing Abortion
"In argentina have begun debating a bill to legalize abortion. Npr's philip reeve's reports argentina. Senate is expected to vote on it tomorrow. If the bill passes argentina will be the first big country in latin america to legalize abortion a crowd for and against his gathered outside congress in buenos aires for the hearing which is expected to last night the bill would allow abortions up to the fourteenth tweak. At present there are only permitted in cases of rape or the mother's health is seriously at risk the issues dividing the nation. The highly influential catholic church has been lobbying wavering senators to vote. No the yes. Camp includes the country's president numerous women's groups and about fifteen hundred prominent argentines who signed an open letter urging senators to make history. But it breathes. Npr news for
Argentina Senate to Vote on Bill Legalizing Abortion
"Argentina could soon become the first large Latin American country to legalize abortion. NPR's Philip Reeves says the bill goes before the country's Senate today. Argentina currently permits abortion only in cases of rape or if the mother's life's at risk. This bill would allow abortions up to the 14th week. It's already past the lower house. Now it goes to Argentina. Senate passions are running high on both sides. The vote's expected to be close. Argentina's predominately Catholic. It's the pope's home country, Catholic and evangelical clerics are urging undecided senators to vote No. Yet they're counted by women's organizations and rights groups. And Argentina's President Alberto Fernandez, he says each year tens of thousands of Argentine women and girls are hospitalized because of Backstreet abortions. Philip Reeves NPR
Ultimate Gamer Brings Esports to Times Square for New Years Eve
"We are talking video games on New Year's Eve while Time Square will be packed with people excited to bring out this hellish year. The Times Square spirit will still come through with a virtual event through a partnership between Ultimate Gamer and Global real estate firm. Jamestown Ultimate Gamer is an online tournament Palm like community. And today we're talking to Steve Suarez ultimate gaming CEO Steve, welcome to the show. Thank you so much for having me Mitch. It's an honor to be here. I'm excited to talk with Steve primarily about New Year's Eve event. And then also talking about Ultimate Gamer In general first at this mie event Ultimate Gamer will host a variety of straights including ones from a sports organizations Furia and misfits gaming you'll have appearances from Hip Hop dong. Gamers well, he's a friend of the show and they will host tournaments in fortnite Apex League of Legends and Valor and there's also a charity element as a Christopher & Dana Reeve foundation will run educational content and fundraising to support people living with paralysis starting December 19th fans could download the virtual New Year's Eve app called v n y e or visit vnyl to find streams and giveaways. We're going to get discussion about what Ultimate Gamer is and how this event came together. But first Steve Woodgate was here and why he gave a celebration they first think of ninja trying to do a fortnite dance in front of a crowd of less than enthusiastic New Yorkers boss wants you to targeting this day for another gaming event. Why did you feel like gaming fits so well for New Year's Eve? Well Mitch, look Times Square New Year's Eve is probably one of the most iconic events of the year, you know with my background and and events and production. That's kind of the mecca of all events, right? It's Washed by they have over a billion Impressions every year and it's televised by stations all around the world and this year, you know, unfortunately due to the pandemic New Year's Eve in Times Square is going to look a little bit different. So so we thought that it was a great idea to partner with the folks at Jamestown and create a virtual experience, which is very interactive and and and allow this gaming generation to experience virtual New Years Eve New Year's Eve in Times Square, but virtually, it's actually kind of the way I'd rather odd experience New Year's Eve in Times Square. I've heard horror stories from attending that event on the ground that like, you can't find a bathroom or it's just like you you sort of just stuck in a line for home. The hours until the ball drops. So I've always felt like it's a vet better experienced either on my TV or virtually impossible. Listen, I don't disagree with you. But but you know virtually issue what's really cool about it is that you actually going to be it's it's so interactive through our virtual New Year's Eve app you download the app or you do it on your desktop and and you experience it as a guitar and you get to dress up as the Ultimate Gamer Avatar or as you know, five different types of avatars and you get to walk around Times Square meet people, you know, look at three three different concerts live you can play games you can go into into stores and to the Ultimate Gamer lounge and visit some of our partners and and and and special deals that we have with them very unique experience that I think people are really really going to enjoy so take us to do a little bit about what this event looks like. We do. Would you describe it? I'm thinking my my braids going towards like VRA are almost laughing. Walking around with these different portals of different entry points. How does this event look and play out on the app you are in Times Square. It is Time Square virtually. So when when you when you download the app and you register, you are an avatar and you get to walk around Times Square go into the stores a go into live concerts at the one Times Square building you jump in the elevator and you go up, you know, the second floor of the third floor and watch these live concerts and and you get to also play games. There's three games in the virtual New Year's Eve app and then through Ultimate Gamer, you can play so you could come participate in some of our competition some more gaming competitions to win prizes from some of our partners are really cool prizes. Yeah a ton of big brands on this event as well. It's like you mentioned massive Impressions on the New Year's Eve event every single year this year looking a lot different people are still going to be really excited to ring. This year in particular but they're also going to be at home. Hopefully not partying. Please don't party under usually that should go without saying our audience is smart enough to know that out so long, uh, but it feels like something that people are going to be kind of at a loss for what to do on New Year's Eve, you know, I think about all the past ones. It's usually a party of some sort and this year I won't be home. I don't know. What I'm going to do on New Year's Eve. Are you expecting to see if even higher rate of Impressions on this night than we would see in the past because of how many people are just not wrong to have plants. Well, my first opens that people are going to you know, the app is absolutely free. So, you know, you lose Nothing by trying it out and experiences. I think everybody gamer a non-gamer will enjoy the experience and and a lot of the features at the app
Brazil's President Downplays Pandemic Despite Rising Cases In His Hometown
"Acknowledges this or not. President Trump leaves office next month with an awful statistic attached to the last year of his administration. The number of Americans who have died from the coronavirus The U. S. Has led the world for months in covert 19 deaths behind the U. S. Is Brazil, but so far the pandemic has done little damage to the standing of its president. Joy your Bolson Aro. The latest coronavirus hot spot is his hometown Rio. Deja, narrow. NPR's Philip Reeves is there and sends this report. Wear outside a bar below the Sugarloaf Mountain. Thies drinkers don't seem worried by this city's new surgeon deaths or the growing waiting list for beds. Hundreds of mass close people crowd together. The only bubbles here are in beer glasses when the pandemic began, most people in this part of Rio tried to follow the rules. Closed businesses and stayed home. Medical experts approved Brazil's president president did did not not broke broke apart apart point point My My sure sure Jacob Jacob Ostinato Ostinato downplayed downplayed the the Corona Corona virus virus from from the the start. start. His His chest chest ized ized governors governors and and mayors mayors for closing local economies. He surged Brazilians not to be cities. Everyone has to die sometime, he says. When Brazil's death count rose above 5000 back in April. Also not a was asked to comment. Okay, let me get prosecuted so well, the president replied. Sorry. What you want me to do about it? That number is now above 190,000 Thea. Other day, Boss Narrow, addressed a packed crowd of supporters. He didn't wear a mask, nor did most of them. In Rio shot A Marcus watches both scenarios conduct with alarm that's led you those are the epitome it off of there, like a market is a community leader here in seduction, today's or city of God, It's one of Rio's many for Bella's about 1.5 million people live in them, They're often pour over crowded neighborhoods neglected by government. When covert arrived, Marcus and his fellow activists decided the city of God must protect itself. Those introducing the six inch think faith. We launched the social media information campaign, explains Marcus. He handed out masks and went door to door urging residents to socially distance. You said back out of the temple market, says his mission became harder after Boston Otto called the Corona virus a little flu. Both Granados stands since the beginning, absolutely pushed people to think there was nothing going on. It wasn't serious or they didn't need to do anything that I said Williamson is from catalytic communities along profit that supports community development in for Bella's. She says, when someone who must work to survive here's both scenarios messaging. She just thinks, okay, well, if the direction from the top is that there's no big deal, then I can go back to business. As usual, Williamson's organization runs a project tracking covert cases in the favelas. It's long, several 1000 deaths, but condition too tough and getting reliable data is difficult. I don't trust the numbers at all. Just don't the true picture is likely, much worse. Got it inspects units downtown toe. Williamson recently chaired an online conference in which people from for Bella's talked about what they're going through now, my only a disguise his name look a sugar, which our people are dying at home because they can't get healthcare, says A woman called Anna Paulus. Alice Ela says, C'mon, I opened is seen amiable, another handle a local service. Says she lost five friends to covet in one week. When both scenario took office, many commentators derided him as a know nothing. Retired Army captain from the far right, that's wrong, says Marcus Nobly, He's Glover. Of course, his clever he's clever in his cunning. Nobody has written a book about bullshit, narrow and is one of his faces critics. Let's get rid off this discourse that postal nado is dumb that both tomorrow is crazy. He doesn't strategy. You think that he's stupid? He's not both the knowledge popularity has actually gone up since the pandemic began. He made a bet that despite the thousands of deaths at the end of it, Brazilians will care about their jobs. All of the stone cool is professor of international relations at the Should Tulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo, Even though his strategy can be considered to be morally reprehensible, you know, from an electoral point of view. It's actually quite effective. Both scenarios. Unexpected popularity also has a lot to do with money worried about soaring unemployment, his government's funding the most costly welfare program in Brazil's history. It's making emergency payments to 65 million of the poorest Brazilians. Well, God, by shown on that plan was in fact approved by Congress. Yet the president's getting the credit while other side's going there, Jenny, Although President Chinese there was another, it was a brilliant idea says You've done the same thing. Silver sells coconuts and cocktails. On a beach in Rio called Prive Amillia. He was stuck at home for several months because his beach was closed by Cove it when we do we've got step Gordon Carter. That was really tough, He says. Emergency payments about $120 a month. Helped his family survive that silver used to be a leftist, You know? God, I miss you both on audio. If we my everyday my Jamie. He says that the next election, both Sanada gets his boat real dish. Nero is now gearing up for the new year in an unusually subdued mood. Normally, there's this to look forward to a massive New Year's Eve party for more than a million people on Copacabana beach that's canceled. Most here are waiting for the vaccine. Even that is a source of friction with boss and arrow. Medical experts want as many Brazilians as possible to be vaccinated. The president's critics say he seems to want the opposite. Bull scenario has said mandatory vaccinations off a dog's, which you will know what time I was here, he says. He won't be having one it punch it up. And that's that.
Cyberpunk 2077 developers offer refunds after bug-ridden launch
"Year's most anticipated video games is apologizing. Just days after its release, Cyberpunk 2077 has been plagued with bugs and crashes since its debut Now SETI Project Red is offering refunds for customers unsatisfied with the game. Cyberpunk 2077, which features cameos from Chiana Reeves and Elon Musk is an action role playing game set in megalopolis. Developers say the $60 game was pre ordered more than eight million times. Wow, guys. You know, bad Something has to be to have counter reason it and people still don't like it. Now, In case you're wondering what
Venezuela Votes in an Election the Opposition Calls a Charade
"Venezuela holds parliamentary elections today, but NPR's Philip Reeves reports, the opposition and the U. S are dismissing the Polish fraudulent. The election is for the National Assembly, the last bastion of power in opposition hands. Maduro has been undermining it for years. Now he and the ruling Socialist Party a poised to take control, opposition leaders warned that would destroy Venezuela's last vestige of democracy, most of boycotting the vote, saying it cannot be free or fair. That includes one quite Joe, the man recognized by the U. S and many others as the country's legitimate leader. Last year, Guido declared as the assembly's president he was taking over because Maduro's re election was rigged. Why does one sky high popularity has since evaporated? These elections compound his woes.
Dave Prowse, actor who played Darth Vader, dies at 85
"Are mourning Dave Prowse, a k a Darth Vader in the original Star Wars trilogy trilogy correspondent correspondent Christopher Christopher Watson Watson with with more more on on the the actor actor who who died died yesterday, yesterday, I I find find your your lack lack of of faith faith disturbing. disturbing. James James Earl Earl Jones Jones famously famously provided provided the the voice voice of of Darth Darth Vader. Vader. But But at at over over 6 6 ft. ft. Six Six inches inches tall tall Dave Dave Prowse Prowse provided provided the the stature. stature. He He wore wore the the iconic iconic black black armor armor cape cape and and face face obscuring obscuring helmet helmet and and the the original original Star Star Wars Wars films. films. British British born born Prowse was a championship weightlifter when he got the part and even help Train Christopher Reeve for his his title title role role in in 1978, 1978, Superman, Superman, Fellow Fellow Star Star Wars Wars star star Mark Mark Hamill Hamill tweeted tweeted that that Prowse Prowse loved loved his his fans fans as as much much as as they they loved loved him. him. Crowds Crowds was was 85 85 years old.
Six U.S. Oil Executives Are Convicted of Corruption in Venezuela
"Accord in Venezuela has sent in six American oil executives to prison for corruption. As NPR's Philip Reeves reports, the executives continue to maintain their innocence. The six are executives from Sicko, a refining company based in Houston. They were flown to Caracas three years ago for a meeting with Citgo's owners, Venezuela's state owned oil company there they were arrested by the government of Nicolas Maduro. And accused of running an embezzlement scheme. Washington has called for their release. But now a Venezuelan judge has sentenced five of the men to prison for just under nine years. The six was given 13 years. The news. Media and rights groups were denied access to the trial. The verdicts were greeted with dismayed by families and lawyers of the so called Sicko six who say they're innocent. Philip Reeves NPR news
"reeve" Discussed on Campfire Sht Show
"No, it's something in her. It's something in her. Yeah, does she does he I mean nothing wrong with light bulb looking people who are attractive. I mean that's there's nothing wrong with that. But like if she's got that type, she's kind of stuck in it and it's no good for her. Where do you think that's coming from from her not being like really ready for a real relationship, but He knows it's safe to just like fuck hot dudes. Yes, and without like you don't have to worry about anything else. Yes. I think she's like boohoo. Why can't I find a good guy? It's like well, it's because you're only looking for hot Gym Rats, right God and so I went into Bumble, but our deal was that I can find new people but I I didn't want to also like let her conversations currently just like turn to nothing. So I kind of was looking through her inbox already and she said I could do that. This is also very excited cuz like I bet it is like you're like you can't do this. Right? Right. So it's like a could not do it. I'm shopping on behalf of someone else in personal shopper. I really are often Shopper penis Albert. Oh jeez, but you're not really looking for her to get a penis. She could get a penis anywhere actually looking for like your dad Shopper. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. I'm a husband Shopper. All right. So God, that's gross. I know that is embarrassing but I think she she's capable and worthy of a like the typical kind of like, I have a husband that works in real estate involved, you know, like almost like sweetly. So in New Jersey, Is it very well? No, I think I think it's wonderful. But I so I was looking through her existing conversations and there were some like matches that still needed to be answered and there was one lingering conversation from a a young boy who just wrote and it may be like a young boy. What is it like four or five? No, no, like twenty twenty-two twenty-three. I think way too young which way too easy, but I knew this would kind of be her type. So just to also okay. Well, I thought you were trying to help her find something not like listen you you're not going to date a twenty-two-year-old guy. How old is she? She's thirty-seven. That's just a dick. That's just a dick provide her with while we look for the quality man. Okay, your are three dicks. Like I wanted to provide her with like don't worry because we have side dick sure. I'm sure there's always side dick waiting. Yeah. Yeah trademark. I don't know cuz we use that the future and then five years from now when I say we've never talked about a side Dicky. Oh wow. Make $100. So so I started with this one conversation with the twenty-two-year-old who asked who's text or message her and said you're beautiful are you into would you ever be open to dating a younger man? So I wrote back and I'm like, yes, if they were emotionally mature and respectful. I'm open to people of most ages thinking. Okay. Maybe we'll see if he steps up to the plate sure and count him out. Maybe he is the one twenty two year old in the history of history that is ready for a relationship with a 30 something year old right and can be emotionally stable available. Maybe you never know. Okay, maybe he grew up with a single mom and he had to like mature and he's not looking for still too young still to he needs to live his life. He does but in yeah, maybe and I ought to give her a few like here are some hotties while you wait so gotcha he wrote back and said no, I'd be totally down with that with like a smiley face and I think I just replied with the smiley face. There was just like my question wrong. One answer me sending like a thumbs-up or something and awesome. Yeah a dick pick what he immediately sent back. I felt like the government. I think this isn't her phone and not even like my almost threw my phone up in the air like, oh my God our conversation. I'm saying this date anyone older or younger? Yes, I would if they were emotionally mature. Okay cool. And then here's a big dick presentation of his life. How was the dick solid like a like a log like like like a small log like a small sturdy log 30 log. I understand why he would send it. Oh cuz you feel like he he should be proud of it. Yeah, like I understand but it's it was like, you know, there's like Budweiser horses a Clydesdale like a force of one of those 1/4 of wage take that with Christopher Reeve and then you have this scare you guys. Did he fell off a horse? Yes. Oh my gosh. Okay, so it's wow. Christopher Reeves penis, so I wrote back I was so insulted and honestly, this is I am not trying to be a little offended liberal snowflake. But I feel like that is kind of a form of like sexual assaults where I am. It's really weird to you were very clear on what you wanted for this person, right someone who's emotionally stable and blah blah blah. Yes, and then his responses cool great. Here's a dick what else if somebody goes like. Hey, are you down to party? I hope that nobody says that fucking awful but like, you know, if you say these things sort of like, you know, hey, did you want to get freaky with me? Yeah, and then you're going to pick pick what you're kind of asking for like some something right, but it is looking for an emotionally support your two balls in a long. Oh God, so I thought maybe let me read divert to the olders and maybe she needs somewhat of a not a sugar daddy, but someone's worst able just to be clear though. What did you say to this guy? Nothing? I wrote dead. Is well I was kind of let's be real and I said is that a child's penis? If you did please don't send me a child's penis and then I can see him like typing and I never saw anything. Oh, yeah. I said that's disgusting. Is that a child penis? Why would you send me a child penis?.
"reeve" Discussed on Monocle 24: Culture with Robert Bound
"We so you. In the summer during lockdown ungracefully Peres club he writes the word to your Burke Jim and he makes really good point which I've always wondered about, which is so bringing comedy saying that Huma, I'm with you through some of but no, all of your your work as a as an artist. Is is such an underrated and underappreciated kind of autistic tool that is unless you know that there's a terrible pool of seriousness that hangs over a lot of art, an writing and criticism and stuff, and that you you'll busting through that the thing. Well, hopefully, there always has been comedy if you look at Brogel and Dolly and. This loads tons there is a kind of even with the comedy that. Stuff, that is as gone element of comedy still got an critics especially will write about it in a devastatingly earnest and serious way. I don't know if I'm breaking I. Think IT'S I think maybe that know the the overall. View of our maybe a bit more light of it lighter. And I suppose it would over the. You look back at history was devastatingly honest. Not. Too long ago. And now it's Light up and I'm there. Presenting the lighthearted. A lighthearted look at us. Yeah. But Damon Damien Hirst for he's a funny man himself and He's from Leeds knee and he's a funny man and makes. The has a is it has a good comedy Abed's that work thousand years of the flies going round in the Zapper and then being born and or not huge ashtray and stuff they do they're all a bit dark dark comedy and so much. So much of his work is kind of emotion Jeff Koons as well the. Dark comedies which. Specializing in. Anyway, so yeah, I think he might have a point. Is Dark comedy. Is Not. Sort of you know Saturday night it's not out in deck. That's not there's a bit of that in your book few. Yeah. Well. Deck did cover the drawings. which is lighter and I think he's got them. It is toilet I. Really. Yeah. I. Think he bought. Some unlikely is giving him a head coach Nikki clock. Nikki Clark. You'll painting of Elton. John is kind of an absolutely beautiful famous somewhere between Freud. Hockney me. It's absolutely stunning but that's quite a one and it's kind of funny slutty Rudin, risque and gorgeous. Could Elson. But that that's a style apart I, love that were made you kind of painted it in that in that way. Well, you see this one, this was friend of mine's and Oceania. GETS PAINS IN AN. And This when he said, no one wants to buy it so. That was an actual. Painting by someone else and if you look at it, they the top half about job the only part that remains from the old bag is the legs the rest of it I just prayed over the top of it. So that's that's why that one a little bit different. Yeah. I've got this album. And the only bit from the original prime by someone else is the legs in the cushions, the rest of it all they. Can probably help. It's really funny. It's such an unusual thing. It's very, it's very beautiful. Lewd really doesn't come. In wearing nothing but his is specs and is a is a is a shot there isn't a I. Don't know if you can say. Sabeyton. Out with. Fruit. Salad. But the vote. Now. So, there's that there's site stuff. I'm worried about you as a as a consumer of all as an art lover. Which I think when people became were when you became well known and on the television. There was a lot of the I'm there was all senior work that people were pretty aware of of your kind of as an artist I think as well. But what about when you go into galleries and things? Are you. I'm always interested in how long people take looking at things and what people can ally can people hovering around things and? Pass holes of things that don't quite appeal to them. I. What what about you you? You kind of person it goes to the national. Gallery looks at one painting for two hours or are you kind of a speed? A speedy dude must be traveling. Is. Is like everything I'll I'll tear around very quickly until somebody grabs my attention and then I might look at it probably not. Not As long as a lot of people who sent, you say paypal and Galleries Satan on benches looking at something for. And you go around the gaming still that that's not me a limb I'll a look I'll be really Really excited run around and say something I really like then the gift shop and by the Postcard. That's why the cell. Pads Paints and things at the gift shop because people get inspired and an I always do. Sometimes go. Just. If If I haven't got any ideas I'll go to tight modern. Take Britain and. Enough is. I think it's tough in that you need you need to kind of. Get into this thing whether you're right whether you're painting whether you're writing your writing for the television. Gets a bit dried up sometimes it's great to go and get kind of kind of intravenous injection of brilliance. See something wonderful that you know you're gonNA love it can of get. It can get you juices flowing again. I mean not presume that happens in to everybody every in every. So of our whether it's comedy all the paintings. Everybody in because if it doesn't, then you haven't got any idea in the first place because everyone drives everyone hasn't wakes up one dying things are done really know doing today. So I is it's great I think to galleries always went together. He's ever since I was a little kid they in my. Mum Dad and my sister would to art galleries I. think There's a picture. We've got a picture in our whole. In my house. May, and my sister in the. In, the newspaper I think I was about nine eight or nine and we're looking at. A painting in the local art gallery enacted remember the. Photographer, checking picture of you look like you really like this picture here and I remember looking at anything I don't like it. Like do. What was the pitch? You didn't like this hanging.
"reeve" Discussed on The Industry
"Someone who had already interviewed him on my name is Daniel Kramer. I'm so maker and Film Historian and I'm the author of the Book Synergy, life? themselves. And Daniel. A filmmaker himself was able to talk to Sidney J fury about all of his movies for a book about him that he wrote. And he's also a fan. He's a mench I mean he's very very private. He's very secretive, and in a way that I think a lot of directors I mean I. I've gotten to know a lot of directors in my travails in Mr being very kind of holding his cards very close to the chest and just not you know not wanting to really answer to too much of of what he's done and when I met Him we will. It was really early in the morning. It was maybe like eight thirty in the morning or so we need we went out to direct list for the first hour before we talked about any of that he just wanted to know get to know me and wanted to know about my family wanted to know my background and and everything else. So then. Then we kind of moved up to his hotel room and talking about his career and we kind of began at the beginning for Sydney, J fury doing a superman movie was an opportunity to do something. He hadn't done yet a number one. He had written the scripture project called Marvel of the haunted castle. And this was actually ready to go at Fox. They had a script by dogs they even had made up. That was canceled for a number of reasons and Sydney really wanted to do a film that was affects driven because that was like a frontier that he hadn't. Explored then that was becoming more and more the norm and the eighties and sit always wanted to stay kind of in current. Was that, oh, I can't do that. I can do an affects movie in this in this capacity, the script was Therese's liking and the director was on board casting wise Mariel Hemingway was brought in as a new character lacy, which would set up a sort of love triangle with Lois Lane there would be to nuclear men the bad guys. First one would be played by clive mantle who doesn't really work all that well, and a second more formidable nuclear man we'll be played by. Mark Pillow. Margot kidder Gene Hackman were returning to the series as well. In Superman three kidder's role of Lois Lane was reduced to basically an extended cameo and Hackman as being bad guy lex luther was nowhere to be found. The reason for this may have been disputes killer had with saw kind that occurred while filming Superman to. Get her as said, yes, the SALKIND's basically punished her but reducing her role in Superman three though Ilias. All kind has denied this. Here's Kenner on late night with David Letterman in Nineteen eighty-six just before she started shooting on Superman for not being shy about her feelings for the Sakai's in this clip letterman as a caller on the phone to ask questions. But don't you want to know about Superman four? Doing Superman. Actually, what happened was we have new producers the last producers I, said, we're beneath contempt as human beings. We now have really wonderful new producers who want me bet. A pay ten bucks to go see this new movie. At least she was optimistic about Golan. Globus over at. Cannon The budget was set at thirty, four million dollars, which would have made it. The highest budgeted movie that cannon films had made and the lowest budgeted superman movie. The first two were over fifty million and the third was thirty, nine million. Still thirty four million dollars was likely enough to get the job done everything was ready to roll by nine, hundred six. And then it all went wrong. I it was at thirty four million dollars budget. It didn't stay at thirty, four million for very long. What happened was that Canton had spread themselves too thin in the year eighty, six green lighting way too many films. Most of them were dislike. Disruptive but they're most more enjoyable rubbish and I had planned to shoot superman for Pinewood studios and Pinewood had been the team that the technicians had worked on the films I set up shop there but very quickly because cannon had purchased L. Street studios where they'd made Indiana Jones films and Star Wars films and they decide they can shoot it there, which really pissed off the focus the folks at Pinewood Studios. And managament Uram his partner said that we can we can make Superman A. L. Street, but the things in place to do it. APPS, I saw shooting. Then the budget was quickly cut from thirty four to seventeen million. So they can no longer shoot what their plan was to shoot some of these sequences in New York Chris Walking, down. The streets go towards the UN and supposed to be a big epic. Think. which ended up doing was with John Gray's mark the production on a found a new build town. So if you can't shoot a New York but you need to use the United Nations in your movie, where are you going to go? A place playskool Milton Keynes designed to be like a an American city boulevard of the way the town is laid out. So can American city so glass buildings as well and so would be narrow as. The, save money was to shoot that to to double as New York and for digital kind of longshots way you've got because some of the buildings airy light three or four stories I that extend with Matte paintings and that was the idea. But because of the budget restraints they had to, so they couldn't achieve some of these other shots they wanted to do and what you've got is this is kind of weird. In it's it's more British centric than the other superman films because they didn't actually shoot all they shot for Superman for in miracles say New York or the background plates, and like Oliver said, the UK stood in for the US for pretty much the entire picture. A great example is a subway scene that is very clearly filmed at a London underground station and not in. New York City. Another example would be the UN's scene. and. It should be noted that Christopher Reeve was especially unhappy with this one and you know Christopher Reeve complained about that too that. You know he said if Richard Daughter had been directing senior, they walked to the UN there would have been. You. Know Lots of cars, lots of people you know huge crowds and would have been this sort of epic scene and instead it's like a hundred extras and a few cars.
"reeve" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Bike but you have the reliability of of a production motorcycle like big were. You you've written bikes for. Law I know. I. Don't know I started when I was twenty two that's pretty. Like guard starting at eight. Kids, right. I was more. than the dirt by Yeah I, I didn't have that. What do you get from being on the road alone like? Your head a little bit. Yes. Sure. I mean riding a motorcycle is is fantastic. You know you're in the elements I mean I love how motorcycles look like how they smell and then riding. Yeah. Just being on the road being being able to travel like that sights and sounds and smells Yeah. and. Then yes to point. Yeah you can think you can get away. You can focus you can feel you can just let it go. But you know there's kind of present nece when you're on a motorcycle, not all the time sometimes not so present, then Oh. Oh. Oh. Thanks for the time. All right. Here's the whole Shebang. Only Gilan. Thank you. Thank you. That was great. I. Appreciate it. Sure My. For taking time for a great conversation, you can catch John Wick chapter three Arabella in theaters may seventeen and my thanks as always to all of you for checking out the Sunday sit down podcasts to hear more of my full link conversations with all my guests be sure to click subscribe. So you never miss an episode and don't forget to tune into Sunday today every weekend on. NBC. I'm Willie geist will see right back here next week on the Sunday sit down podcast. Introducing, peacock. The new free streaming service NBC Universal Time. It's free iconic flicks, free hilarious BITs, three yolk cell free, and that's why you can't not watch peacock stream now at peacock. TV. Dot Com parks and REC streaming now..
"reeve" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"That's artistically, and if it works in show business that brings opportunity you know. So after after that film definitely you know I could have. More. Opportunity. that it your private life, I've been very protective of that. Completely respect. I'm GonNa take now bring up the PRI-. No no but my question is how have you? You've been able to keep your life private while being one of the most famous actors in the world. That's something you've workout work at or is that something that just happened? Yeah absolutely. Yeah. Yeah I mean I think Yeah my my days are pretty normal. In the sense of that. So yeah, definitely. I think most people are pretty. Anyway, some people. Some people were well known or working. Yeah. Yeah. I'm I'm a bit of Yeah. I don't get out I'm like, yeah. Yeah. I mean I I really yes. I'm private person I can keep it. Is it hard to do that ever. it gets more intensive film. If you have a project that's coming out, there's you know. Whatever entities are See. That is is more opportunity for them so. Yeah you also have a reputation as being a very generous guy. There are stories about you by Harley, Davidsons crews, and you know what? I love about John Wick is like. Working with. Can you imagine like I got some work with Angelica Huston S Anjelica Huston so I mean and she was amazing. It was really great to meet her and She would probably. I don't know but she was I mean 'cause yeah. We had this role and get to learn a little bit about the past of of John Wick can she plays this role, the director and? We were trying to director what about Angelica Houston so Choose contacted. I think she read the piece and then didn't really hadn't seen the series before hadn't seen the two films and then. Met in New York and then she went back and then she watched both films and she came back and she was like, yes. Okay. I know I know more about what I'm doing here. So it was really and then chats and we want you to have an accent she's like okay. So. It's really She's spectacular. Halley to Yeah Alley Berry on it and That was actually one of the that's one of the cool things that's happened over the course of time with the films that there are people who have like common in chapter two with someone who is like. You know to the director like let's go do this and you know in common committed really to John Wick action you know John Wick. Action Training is no joke for movies is this movie fighting is fake fighting, but it's fun but you have to do the judo Jujitsu have to work with the weapons you have to put the time in. Common did it and and then for chapter three when how in Halle Berry came to the director Chelsea and said, I love these pictures I want to be a part of this and we had a role and. and how he berry just. I mean, she spent. Told like over six months shit. Her characterizes to Mellon laws. and so she trained them for over six months and then did all the judo and all of the job training and and you see it on screen one sequence. Like Crazy the whole movies that way is it? Yeah it's you. Know, it's a bad ass movie which begs the question for me. What comes next for you? You have this vision. Cool projects. Oh i. Wish, it sounds fantastic. For things that are GONNA work. Do. You have a I. Don't know if that's. True. Rob. No I know there's a couple but there's a, there's a listing. Glued thing. Sometimes, they're good movies. I recently did one with Winona Ryder I. Think he's a really good destination wedding I mean Siberia I think is pretty interesting that came out. It was good. Devil's advocate. I mean That's a great flick. That's a good film. I mean if you haven't seen it a scanner darkly sure if you want some independent New York Super Sixteen cinema and could watch generation. if you are watch some wacky stuff, maybe can watch. Ally Roth knock knock. That's pretty. Yeah. I'm in. Those are a couple of. Movies checkout. You have Henry's crime on a Sunday Sunday here farming. James. Caan. Walk in the clouds. Oh. My God Anthony Quinn Tennis Inches Qi Hong. Entire. Page leave like yeah, I'm sorry. You Know I. You know I do. You know I mean I've been fortunate that I've had a chance. To. You don't always know how the film's going to turn out. and. Sometimes. You know there's some artists who? Who Act or I've heard that you don't necessarily see the films they paint a picture, but they don't need to write. And I'm not like that I like to at least see the film you know I wanNa know if what I said Yes to gone through this experience if if we have, you know if if it worked you know and if you like it so anyway so if it does, you know you wanna like you know fan the flames of your baby. which is what we're doing here. Yes. Indeed. Thank you flaming of the fans. Thank you. Thank you very planning. Thanks for listening to the Sunday, sit down podcast stick around to hear Keanu talk about his passion project running a motorcycle company and what he gets from being out on the road alone. The meet the Press Chuck Todd Cast. It's an insider's take on politics the two thousand, twenty election and more candid conversations with some of my favorite reporters about things. We usually discuss off camera listen for free wherever you get your podcast. Welcome back to the Sunday, sit down podcast now for more of my conversation with Keanu reeves also, before I, let you go loved US Becher motorcycle business. At, all how does that begin for you? I mean I know you've been a collector fan and you sort of collaborated? Yes. Oh I I had a Harley Davidson that I wanted to personalise customize and then. I was introduced to this builder guard Hollinger. Over the course of four five years. He designed and built a motorcycle. Motorcycle was amazing amazing and I said to him that needs to be in the world. Do you want to start a motorcycle company? He's been in the motorcycle industry for a long time? And, eventually, he said Yeah, let's give it a try and so we started it in two thousand eleven. We've been selling motorcycles and for the past four years. it's called arch motorcycle and we build but I call it performance cruisers long wheelbase between. we make over two hundred of the parts building momentum. It's production motorcycle, but it's personalized. So every customer space like a fitted suit. You know and he's motorcycles. They really confident riding the great interns which for long wheelbase isn't often the case so. The ride of them is spectacular I'm and so if you get an arch, the bike is yours, no one will have your.
"reeve" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Involves training and cooperation with all the stunt at the camera. and. That's also part of what makes John Wick little different is the action and in the characters and the humor. That's. And within that action that you're talking to. Go, hit refresh reload. Hydrate passionate about the moving. that action you're talking about You're you're doing at all I, mean, right you're out starts no stunts don't you? Your fight Jackson Spike Del extraordinaire stuntman extraordinary take anything away from him but you're fighting. percent of what's happening there and for me that's. It's great to be working with the director who has that who wants to do that because if you can make an immersive what is that? That means that if I can do it, I'm ki maintaining the connection with the kids and with the story, right? It's not like there's no. This suspension of disbelief is a little different. You know if you don't have to and if you're right there, right, you know listen if it's wacky crazy stuff then you're just like Oh God. What did I just see like? Well, that's exactly what I thought. The knife fight scene would break the glass knives. You get some thrones of some very closest and very important areas. Yes indeed. Very. Fun those scenes. Yeah and that's that's part of like John Reaction Sense that the director wanted to have a knife fight with a group of people that was like a snowball fight. Like just grabbing knives and then throwing at each other and then getting more no and making getting throwing knives and. John Wick Has Kevlar Soothe right. Bounce off. But yeah. So this idea of a snowball fight being a knife fight. Very Wicky. At the damn intense Nobel fight. Yeah. We shot a couple of days and You know it's really fun. It's really fun. I mean the director talks about the action being kind of. Like dance you know like there's this vision of a movement and then comes choreography and there's the troupe danced stunt people myself learning choreography. And then the cooperation to do that with the camera with the production design sets. And so there does have something that's and then you watch the performance of it. You know that knife fight is a lot of long takes like there's no cut this one section I think almost a minute long. That's just. As E.. Sees it's crazy. It's crazy but it's spun. So what's it like to do those scenes now because you and I are not in our twenties anymore? No, we're not flying over a senior and. Fifty four pushing me a little bit oh. Yeah. Oh you're not there. You're in the for loop still. Is Different to do an action scene today than it was twenty years ago in the Matrix for example, wow. Yes. Absolutely. I mean if more so. Going back that for can't say can't run. First weakening. Okay it's more about recovery. Yeah, it's I would say the biggest difference I would say recovery and The running but with with the experience though. Become you become more efficient and Hopefully. You get bad better at what you're doing. So for all of the week, I generally train about three months before we start filming working with the stunt team. The action team because there's judo little Jitsu, all the weapons manipulations in chapter three, there's A. Calling Gun Fu, another wicky and things combining so. In John Wick. In the first one was car food because I was like hitting people with cars and sheeting out of cars, and then there was gun food because I was doing. You know people coming after me to kill me I'm grabbing them with a weapon. So I'm doing judo with words you Jitsu. And then in chapter three, we wanted to open up the action. So now there's a horse food and There's a motorcycle, there's some motorcycle. Made a better term than motorcycle. Moto foods. Okay. With Ninjas. Ninja Moto food. That's it. You know what I love about this series to franchise of movies because I don't think people realize given how successful it's been. When you guys started, it was an underdog. It was not a big budget movie was now it's still not a big. But it was it wasn't. It wasn't expected to be the smash your of course. Didn't have a ton of money to work with the Hollywood standards for action movie, and it probably wasn't even that easy to get it mate just on the concept on the paper was that a challenge out of the gate. Sure definitely. Resources wise but. you know. In the first one chance to Helsinki and David Leach where the director I'd worked with both of them on the Matrix in the Matrix. Films have stunt people, and then the two of them partnered up starting action design company. Called Eighty seven eleven action design and they would do choreography and then they would be you know certain studio films would hire to do choreography or to do second unit photography. So they were starting to direct second unit when John Wick came to me from the producer Basil I wanted. That script came I had a couple of notes, a couple of drafts, and then we started look for director so I thought. Chad and David because they've been interested in. Always been working with them action and story. and. I knew that they came from the Chow Ski Film School Rights and we knew each other we'd gone through that. So I brought it to them and for the action, and then they were like, actually, we'd like to direct this and when. You know this goes to your point of what were the resources that we have was the vision that we might have and I felt like with their experience and because. Has A. Potential for different kind of action if they were the people for it. And so there was really like. All hands on deck? Let's let's go and and the material Mrs with new directors you know the material brought in. MAZING. Actors and actresses like it brought in. That were you know? Willem. Defoe in McShane. This lackey and Kooky and then they would meet the directors and be like, okay. People know what they're doing I'm want to go out. Okay. Yes. On jump into this world. And then. So regardless. And Yeah. We didn't have this or that but we had. We had the passionate love and so you know that just helps you keep going and of course, Michael Nykvist. Pick, was performing an ad Alfie Allen Anyway it was really deep winter. was really a core cast. What do you think people respond to about these movies Kiana? There are a lot of action movies out there, but you have not only big following passionate pollen. Bugler. So psyched this movie's coming out there speculating. Pictures of on horseback a few months when. They're they're into it. They're in there with the what do you think is about that character? I've heard people say that they like the The never say Die Quality John Wick that the people speak about The kind of that. It's about you know his dog being killed. So this I you know that seems to be just like, okay once you do that. Know and we're on your side. Yeah, and again I think it's the real world. Then there's this hyper other world is continental high table world and I think the films Look Good In chapter two I mean we had jotted Selah in.
"reeve" Discussed on Sunday Sitdown with Willie Geist
"Another episode of the Sunday sit down podcast. Thanks clicking and listening along. got a good one for you not just because he's a name you love. Movies you love. But because he's guy, you don't hear from I don't think. Depth that often it's Kiana reeves whose career launched thirty years ago. Can you believe thirty years ago bill and Ted's excellent adventure came out in nineteen eighty-nine turned him into a star. He went from there to movies like point break, of course, speed the monster hit with Sandra bullock made three, hundred, fifty, million dollars. I think unlike a thirty million dollar budget also, of course, the Matrix movies where he dodges bullets in slow motion as neo, and now he's here today to talk about the third installment in his John Wick movies. John Wick three para bellum really enjoyed sitting down with Keanu reeves. Again, a guy I hadn't met before a guy I don't think you see all over the place on TV. And he was happy to sit down and talk about his career You'll hear as we dren towards some personal stuff, not his favorite subject area, not talking about celebrity stuff and DMZ stuff but just even asking about his reputation as a super generous guy, there are these legendary Hollywood stories of him renegotiating his matrix deals. So the crew could get more money less for him. He bought Harley. Davidsons reportedly for his stunt man and all his movies. A Super Generous Guy a guy about whom there's some folklore I don't know if you saw in March when he you know the plane, he was on made an emergency landing and he landed with all the people on the plane and he arranged with the airline to get a van to drive everybody to where they were supposed to fly. All these sort of sightings of Keanu reeves in the wild. So we try to touch on some of that he gets into it but what's most interesting to me is about his career this long range of thirty years and we talk about it all including John Wick Three Para bellum right now with Keanu reeves on the Sunday sit down podcast. Thanks for doing this. Thank you for. The invitation and the opportunity to converse. Absolutely. We've already been conversing quite a bit. We'll pick up where we left off but I wanNA talk I obviously about the movie. Congratulations. Thank you on John Wick Chapter. Three. For people who may have not seen the first two yet or people were excited now to see that there, where do we pick up John? Where is he in the store? My? Gosh. Well, I mean for if you've seen the film where you haven't seen the film, I would probably slightly different. Yeah I'll do the I don't know how people who've seen the first. Chapter to John, Wick had killed a member of A. Called a guild that's in this other world. You have the real world and then you have these other John. Wick. World rises the world of the Kontinental which is the hotel. And you find out. Through the series at these hotels exist all around the world. And then there's this guilt or this. Thing above the continental called the high table. So I killed a member of the high table on continental grounds meaning the hotel. which is breaking the rules and so winston fantastic and McShane who runs the New York. City continental at the end of John. Wick to gave me an hour. But he made me excommunicate. Oh right and there's an open contract soak in an hour I can have no help from the system of the KONTINENTAL and. In, an hour the assassins can come after John Wick. At the end of Chapter Two, we saw John Wick running out of central park for his life right chapter three slam cut. It's a little later tonight it's raining and John Wick is still on the run. The how's he going to survive? This is this should have been the trailer right here by the way that was incredible. I mean you're new. I'm ready. To cash lost John Wick Action Yeah. How do you describe John Wick like who is he and why was he an interesting character when you first read about Yeah it's the character and the world that was created by the right Oh Derek Kolstad this reality and other reality. In John, Wick John's partner life partner, love of his life passes away. And she gives him a dog. To kind of keep a connection, I think to the heart and soul to keep him grounded. To have a friend because she knows but the audience doesn't know that I was an assassin, a mythical assassin and five years ago I did the impossible task to get out. But one day as the director likes to save fate would have it. Running this I'm just getting gas Mustang with the dog and getting dog food and this kid pulls up anyway long story short him and his. Friends come. To, the House and they kill the dog and beat me up and then it turns out that the kid was connected to a Russian crime Lord Vigo who I had worked with and helped with the impossible task and then John Wick goes from the grieving husband. Man To. The. Bobby Yego. The mythical assassin who? Wants to get some. Revenge. All this to say. Consequences right. So this man who is grieving and trying to live his life, this event, this fate, the something happened, and this other part of John, wick part about dog with that net was it was trying to ground him and once that was taken from. This other person? This other thing? Kind of light and dark side of ourselves, and he goes to this revenge place. Then that has consequences which chapter two he was like I just want peace they take his car he wants his car back is leave me alone. I. Just WanNa Greek. But in the world of John Wick, there's high table. There's a thing called a marker, and if your market means I you, I did something for you so now I HAVE There's this character who ends up being the person that I'd kill. As a kind of vange. And this is the long version housing. Story. Rate Let's see the movie. Walk through the. End Up, doing. It's this journey with themes of action consequence. A. Little fate and destiny I mean this series is has a lot of honor in it. There's a lot of rules, consequences breaking rules obeying. This idea built fealty to the to the high table And all of these characters that inhabit this world and then you have John Wick action. And Humor. So you ask me, we'll. How do I explain you know this I think we're following journey of a man who's grieving. And who is in a battle to to live WHO's trying to survive with the consequences of his past and the actions that he's doing. I think he wants to try to kind of become free. But it keeps coming after him and. Yeah. So that's what we're. Doing amazing summer then there's humor. Humor sure and John Wick Action John Wick action this kind of longer takes. Really the director Chad's to Helsinki I call him visionary wants to make the action in the mercer experience wants to almost present it like. Like theater like a concert like it's literally happening in front of you. That.
"reeve" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Kid <Speech_Male> and somebody who <Speech_Male> is going to do <Silence> really well <Speech_Male> because he learned <Speech_Male> from the best you <Speech_Male> learn from a guy <Speech_Male> like shook mcvay <Speech_Male> who <Speech_Male> in my opinion <Speech_Male> one of the greatest just <Speech_Male> horsemen. Forget <Speech_Male> about horse trainers <Silence> one of the greatest horsemen <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> that we have in the sport <Speech_Male> always putting <Speech_Male> the horses. I <Speech_Male> Charlie the Presi <Speech_Male> same cut from <Silence> the same cloth <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> I asked him in the first <Silence> half of the interview <Speech_Male> about <Speech_Male> old school. <Speech_Male> What does that mean? His Dad <Speech_Male> is often referred to <Speech_Male> as being old school. And <Speech_Male> I think Charlie probably <Speech_Male> would be to in some respects. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> He's so well <Silence> I really don't <Speech_Male> know <Speech_Male> I'm not sure. What old <Silence> school is? <Speech_Male> He's <Speech_Male> probably just taking <Speech_Male> your time and being patient <Silence> and doing what's right by the horse <Silence> <Speech_Male> and you heard <Silence> him say that <Speech_Male> his <Speech_Male> father shows up to work <Silence> every single day. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> And he's there <Speech_Male> when they run a horse <Speech_Male> and there's no oh <Speech_Male> days off <Speech_Male> and that's what <Speech_Male> makes <SpeakerChange> a successful <Silence> trainer. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> I remember <Silence> asking Richard Mandella <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> that question. I'd <Speech_Male> like to ask trainers at the ended. <Speech_Male> The show I asked him <Silence> about <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> what he likes <Speech_Male> to do when he's <Speech_Male> not around <Silence> the race track <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> <Silence> and he basically said <Speech_Male> nothing. <Silence> That's his life. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Horses <Speech_Male> horse racing <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> training horses. <Speech_Male> That is his life <Speech_Male> and that is so <Speech_Male> cool and that is <Speech_Male> if you ask most <Speech_Male> of these big time trainers trainers <Speech_Male> the <Speech_Male> hall of famers. The <Speech_Male> guys that are really really <Speech_Music_Male> good. <Speech_Music_Male> They're going to tell you the same <Speech_Music_Male> thing <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> I think. Reeve <Speech_Music_Male> mcgahey has that <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> that same trait <Speech_Music_Male> to.
"reeve" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Nervous you know. We were competent. That he was gonNA run well just kinda hoping he got the right trips and a couple of things maybe go a little differently. Maybe it would have been different. But he ran. Well he had his chance and certainly wasn't disappointed him as a Kentucky kid did did you get teared up when they played my old Kentucky home. I think held it together pretty well. Yeah it's not easy to do no it's not Everybody I guess I can't say it's too much different. I mean I'm from Kentucky but I think everybody that does this therapy so I don't want to say that necessarily would mean more to me or anyone else. So that means a lot to everyone so Yeah look citing deciding. What does it mean when your dad finally broke through and got that Elusive Kentucky Derby Win? They've been a lot because I know how much talk to him. I mean I know it would mean to me to WanNa Derby yet. Wait a long time for news patient. There's plenty of horses that he probably could have pushed. I along and tried to get him there and maybe ruined them in the process but So he wanted to make sure he showed it up with the right horse and seemed like every everything went well all winter. I was around but just from talking to hand and talking to other people in the barn so everything worked out. Well yeah that was of course orb in two thousand thirteen. Where did you watch that race reef? I actually watched it with him I was working for Charlie at the time is Dan won the race before it and Luckily there's about over over an hour and a half in between the Derby and the Woodford reserve or that's what it was time So basically it was by the time Dan was done cool enough up cooling out I ran over to my dad's Barnum walked over with them for the Derby. Oh cool all right so that was really. Was that your first experience doing the walk over with or I did it with czar land. I think maybe it's two thousand Yup can't That was my first experience with still pretty young but You're you're an old pro at this now you've got this down. You just need to get a horse. That'll get you there on the first Saturday in May I might lose about one hundred pounds so it was one of mine. Yeah you know. It's funny because I've asked other trainers like Doug O'Neill for example You know in and Graham motion when you when you finally breakthrough in your win it. Does it make you want to get back there again. Even more than you did before that you actually actually experienced that feeling of winning it so I'll ask you. I mean you you've been there now you've said code of honor was such a big deal for you. Because you knew him so well and doing that walkover does it make you now that you're out on your own wanted. Get there even more than you did before wreath. Yeah not much. Even that I'm on my my own I remember as soon as Basically since I crossed the wire first thoughts were how do we get back here next year. And make up that length and a half half Do you just WanNa do it again. So I know probably not GonNa be this year but hopefully somewhere down the line We get the opportunity but if it happens it happens but yeah it's Definitely that craving I remember last year bit within that crossed the wire. I thought we need to do this again next year. Reeve mcgahey is my special guest here. On trainer talk presented by Phasing Tipton Revolt. Spend a few minutes talking about wise Dan. You mention the fact that you're working with your Uncle Charlie Lopresti before you started working with your dad Wise Dan two-time horse of the year. He was just so so special. Tell me some your best wise dance story. My Best Wise Dan Story. There's an individual stories just the whole four or five year process there. I mean he was getting the spend every day with him. That was a pretty special thing you know. He's kind of a different horses. Artsy extremely intelligent. When you look at him and the I felt like you're looking another person on? Uh he he did things that other horses just didn't do So it was extremely lucky. Most my morning was spent with him so Whenever he traveled usually go with and so is just fortunate to be around to where? It's like that but I don't know if I'll ever will be again I hope so but there's not too many of those floating around no. He's yeah he was extremely special he is now at old friends The people can go see him at old friends here in Kentucky and Have you had time to go out and say hello to him and see him on the farm that my aunt Mamie mean Charlie's farm okay. Yeah yeah that's right. Yeah he's over US right. Yeah usually when I'm in Kentucky I go back from two. Yeah yeah that's good. Does he remember you I don't know if you remember me not used to probably be my. Because he picked on me all of a sudden it was funny. He's he's around people he knew all the time. Then it'd be hard on them but If a stranger walked up he was like a little puppy. That's great what was I thinking. He was an old friends. I'm not really sure yet. Just no clue Headed in my head that that's where he was but now he's still back on the far Dr. Yeah he's on the farm. He's turned out with older brothers successfully. So cool how many years did you work with him. he was does the. It was the fall of the four year old year when I started. Well I started there in the summer of four year old so All the way almost five years trying to think when you're retired what your core five years he retired was a two thousand fourteen right. Yeah I think he ate after he won the shadow turf mile again. Yeah just so spectacular. Did you have a favorite wise. Dan Performance Performance When he won the bin Ali I mean he's got a lot of them? I guess a smaller one would be the bin Ali when he broke the track record and basically just ran off a mile Nathan. And I mean it'd be big blue kitten obvious really nice for us and beat him by ten or eleven link Then the second Breeders Cup.
"reeve" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"He's around all the time he knows all the horses the as He trains them. He trains every horse to be a good horse. And if they don't and now they don't pan out with uh he gives them all the opportunity all right so if he's old school what does that make you I. I don't know hopefully old school too. I think I took up a lot of his characteristics. I hope. Yeah if you could do one thing identical to the way that your dad. What's the one thing you're gonNa try and do now that you're out on your own I it just Hopefully it the way. He's able to develop courses from start to finish they his sources. Typically they get better as they go that usually the first race they run not going to be their best one and So I I think just that patient model and billy developers what's the develop forces. How much time have you spent talking with him? And kind of picking his brain since you've been in Oakland we talk just about every day So it's just normal day to day conversations nothing Nothing too crazy. I mean we've had a couple of little thank pop up and all this asking what is opinion on how. How great is it to have a resource like that to be able to pick up the phone or to be able to techs number? Call Him and say hey. What do I do hear stress reliever to be on? Yeah it's gotTa take a lot of pressure off of you. Yeah yeah it does. So how many horses do you have an Oakland now reef we have eleven right now. Is that the optimal number. Do you think you'll see that number. Go well. It's not eleven forever but not forever just for in the in the meantime in the short term meantime time is good Hopefully as we go along in the spring we'll deal to be able to expand a little bit but No I think it's a good number to get started. You know most most Komo horses that are raider on or close to right around. So we'll be busy enough with those eleven but Yeah hopefully as we go along we'll pick pick up some eleven. Horses is a good number especially for young man like yourself who is just getting started doing this being the boss on your own for example eleven horses is great numbers. You can go down the shadow every single morning. Put Your hands on every single one of them and not have to worry about having too many horses where you're not able to do those kinds of things. Yeah no it keeps everything Kinda compact You know the people we have here are all people I trust and I'm able to see every horse horse every day. No every care characteristics in each sources here so Make the keep your thumb on top everything one of the questions that I often get when I talked to people at race tracks that that we visit throughout the year is They'll ask me about trainers that. have strings all over the country. Big Big Barnes in. They'll say how on earth does a train or keep up with all those horses and of course I've asked any trainers the question here on this show and they always tell me well. It's all about having good assistance and and people you can trust at those other locations. You don't have to worry about that yet but tell me about your team now with just eleven horses. How many people are working with you and how does it all come together every single day reese here we have a couple rooms a couple of hot walkers and to exercise rider suspension To people we kinda picked up as we got down on here and they've worked out great and The other guys I've all either worked been working with or or have known for for a while while and You know lucky ever lucky to have them. They're all been big help for me to people that know you know you're sitting no the system that you want want to run and makes it a little easier come into work. Can you. Not Having the south on exactly what to do all the time and you can focus a little more on actually trying to try and yeah makes a huge huge difference. What do you what do you think your biggest strength as a young trainer is reef I think patients with the horses a I don't think I get in a big rush. You know I like to think I let the horse. Tell me when when they're ready to so much is breeze. or or Ron. Whenever has there been? has there been anything. That's come up to this point. That has kinda surprised you that you weren't really expecting to have to deal with maybe a challenge and you didn't. You didn't see your hurdle. You didn't see that you're going to have to overcome. Nah Not not so much so far. I mean the normal the stress. Level's really I mean I. I was kind of in places where I was on my own House working for my dad. So it's a little different when you don't have that one one person a tough ahead of you the kind of I don't know when you're on your own you know everything's on you so kind of an added stress level but not played in stress before. Yeah Yeah Reeve mcgahey with me here on trainer talk talk presented by Phasing Tipton. Obviously Review Your Dad. Your Uncle Charlie. The PRESI were a major inhabit. A major influence on you and will continue to be as you continue. Continue to grow into this role. Now that you're out on your own but who are some of the other people that have kind of had an influence or made an impression on you. You know a lot of people that I've worked with just in the last ten years so grooms excise reiver's other other assistance My Dad's other Assistant Robbie Medina. He's big influence on me. I mean we're good friends with He's somebody I still talk to almost daily also so And then my mom she's this AC- road and trained for a little while on my step that he wrote and he actually worked for Charlie for a long time to My aunt amy not not everybody my main just even so much as a friend A lot of people throughout the years I've had a relationship with have a big influence on me. You know I mentioned the name norm. Cassie at the top of the show of course working on his own. Now after spending a Lotta time with his Dad Dad Mark I mentioned eighty being Cohn. Who's now working alongside her father? Patrick they were recent guests on this program when me and there have been several other sons or daughters of prominent trainers spoken with over the years Riley not comes to mind for example. Do you feel read that the game is a little bit different now that you have to do things a little differently than the way that your parents did. And you're going to have to continue to do things differently to be successful. I think a lot changed like Kind of on ownership's side you know it's more It's not as not so many big Like private stables like my dad was. He's been lucky enough trained for the fixes and the Tajani and Mister Peres and those guys there. There aren't as many of those guys around anymore so I think maybe being a trainer nowadays you have to be maybe a little more social social Just because you're going to have a maybe a wider variety of clients with The games everything's kind of public now so I think But I think as far I was trying the horses I think you still have to train them all. That's about the same young. You bring up the public part because everything is now pretty much out there instantly when it happens and we see so many people that have an opinion on social media. That's changed the way sports in general are handled title now days. It really life generals handled. So do you spend much time Reeve on social media and is that a way for you to network with new owners or anything like that. I don't really know I mean I look at twitter as a new source. Oh I'm not active on it. I don't think I don't think I've posted anything on twitter our facebook and three or four years but I have them and I look at them. But I I don't I'm not really an active participant. Well that explains why using them as new sources then explains why he didn't read tweet. The tweet Taghi in.
"reeve" Discussed on The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast
"Today's guest much like others that I've had the privilege to visit with in recent weeks namely norm. Cassie Andy Bean. Cone possesses a huge massive trainers pedigree. His father his trained a multitude of stakes winners and champions and has been a member of the Horse Racing Hall of fame since two thousand four. His uncle has saddled more than three hundred winners including a two time horse of the year. He as they you say at the Horse Sales. There's a lot of black type on this guy's page so please join me in welcoming to the show here this afternoon. The thirty year old native of Lexington Kentucky Reeve Reeve mcgahey read. Welcome to the program my friend thank you you know I went back and looked in your first on this show. Four years ago. It was October October. Twenty Sixth of Two Thousand Sixteen and at that point. You were working with your dad after spending time working with your uncle so we get a whole different perspective today. Is your now out training horses on your own little change of scenery now little different. You're down there at Oakland. Sent out the first horse in your name A couple of days ago. It was February second on Sunday. Didn't win but the winds will come What was that like for you bringing I went over in your own name those fun you know? I wasn't terribly nervous. And we're kind of a little bit of a difficult spot in a newer. Just Kinda try and get the year started with them to get a race under him so I wasn't so nervous 'cause then necessarily think that we had any big chance of winning. I was just hoping that you go over there and Run well and actually I thought he did. He tried the whole way. The next time will set us up for wherever whatever level or wherever we decide to put an X.. Is there a different feeling or a different VIBE. When you bring a horse over that you're going to saddle for yourself in your name as opposed to it bringing a horse over as an assistant for somebody else or a little bit but not not too much difference so.
"reeve" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Ask bob another great show this week interview with tim read chris reeve knives a lot of history there and the great conversation yeah. Jim was really impressed with tim's trajectory projector with the company. Chris reeve knives. He's looking forward to the future and the present you know how can we draw in a new <hes> new client base from this huge and growing knife community with social media and with new products and such but he's also <hes> holding onto the tradition of the knife <hes> of that knife company that was built by his father before him and that is he's continuing to build and i just like the way he's combining tradition with this new reaching forward so what's your collection bob chris reeve knives currently in the future. I mean what are we. What what's your take on christmas eve. I i have one one. I've <unk> twenty one to classic knife. It's got the black mccarter inlays and it's <hes> you know it's one of my it's one of my favorite knives. It's like the knife. I'll put in my pocket. Get on my daughter's birthday or on christmas or something yeah. I i really i liked the way it feels and it. It has very little flash to it but it's it's it's got solid history and you can feel it and i really love how thinly hollow ground the blade is but yeah that's my single chris reeve knife of course course i'd like to have more <hes> i would love to have <hes> eight tanto blade of theirs whether it's the the twenty one or the or something like that. They're all cool. I like like their interpretations that blade shape well thanks to tim for joining us and <hes> maybe some more from chris reeve knives in the future as you're looking to uh to thames mom yeah yeah yeah it would be really great to <hes> to get a perspective of someone who was there as the as the thing was being created and as the company itself was in its genesis. I'd love to hear about that and also not for nothing. I'd also like to add to my slip joint might right considerable and growing slip joint collection the piazza the the new chris rock knife designed by bilharzia whose lives are so beautiful but yeah. I'd love to have that little sucker in my pocket too but that's an expensive little sucker so for now. I'll have to wait well again as i mentioned in the intro to have of a chris reeve knives or any thoughts about them what you like. Maybe what you don't like or just general thoughts about today's punk ass or anything called the knife junkie listener line at seven two four four six six four four eight seven and let us know about the knife junkie demarco. I'm jim..
"reeve" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"Your weekly dose of knife news and information about knives and knife collecting. There's your hosts jim person above the knife. Junkie demarco took hello knife junkies welcome to episode number forty one of the knife junkie podcast. I'm jim person and i'm bob the knife junkie demarco welcome to the show welcome to episode forty-one as i said of the knife junkie podcast they get bigger and bigger and better in better and bob. Who who do we have today that we're gonna be talking to or you're going to be chatting with today. Speaking with tim reeve of chris reeve knives. He's he's the son of chris reeve and he has taken over the company he along with his mother art steering the company into the future. You know there there. There are legacy brand that we all know and love and who's who's great to get to talk to him and just hear what it was like growing up around the chris reeve factory and <hes> you know always having a spends in his pocket <hes> to to now being a <hes> being in a position of power in being able to steer that company. It's really cool yeah. Go ahead and give a plan for the listener line after you listen to this this episode if you have any thoughts comments questions if you own a chris reeve knives and a knife and want to talk about it. That was what you like about it. Accent recall the listener line at seven two four four six six four four eight seven again. That's seven two four four six six four four eight seven bob before the interview with tom. We wanna tease this. One thing you have started <hes> daly. The daughter put any pressure on you. Keep going daily but <hes> collections selection videos on youtube. Yes yes so this. This was birthed out of conversation with austin epochs knuckle bunny with reducing refined and you know i keep bringing this up. Keep bringing it up. <hes> that's it's kind of the nature of my family. We just things into the ground but you've got the refined down. Get better so so i want. I really do want to lighten the thin the herd but before i do i wanna catalog everything. I have right now so i don't so i kinda don't forget and i kind of wish i had done that before. Four i sold off a number of <hes> had a larger z. t. collection. I got a bunch got rid of bunch of those before i started getting hinders and i kind of wish i took videos of them so i'm going go through and try and you know like i said no pressure but just <hes> go knife just a couple minute video and just highlight it. It's you know everyone can look. It's a little bit of you know knife tigra fee for a few minutes and then for me. It's a it's a catalog so that i have it in the future so remember what i have once. I've sold these way and have a bunch of sweet custom. Knives youtube is <hes> the knife junkie dot com just go to youtube dot com and search for the knife junkie and the reason i say that is because you can also try the knife junkie dot com slash youtube but we've been having some issues with the website and other kinds of things so i'm not sure the not junkie dot com slash youtube who will work at the at this moment if you're listening to it in the future hopefully it will but if you have any difficulty cisco direct to you too and search for the knife junkie and bob were hoping hoping hoping to get that fixed because it's just really messing up the website oliver stuff as well as our r._s._s. feeds for our podcast listeners listeners. That's the most maddening part for me but it seems like with the gentleman we have. <hes> should be fixed soon. Yeah yeah fingers crossed so yes. Timorese chris s. reeve knives that interview is coming up next subscribe to the knife junkies youtube channel at the knife junkie dot com slash u. two. I i wanted to mention to you you that <hes> i have one chris rock knife and it's a <unk> twenty-one that the black my car the handles and the cool part about this as something that's <hes> very it's something that i think is much loved about cr cain general is that you find out when it was made and mine was made on leap day 2016 eighteen so february kennedy day that comes only once every four years a few years old <hes> exactly it's going to age beautifully. This is the knife junkie podcast. I am a like a crazy sucker for knives n. k. I <hes> i'm a very good justify and that's one reason i will never ever get rid of my chris reeve <unk> twenty one if it came a time where i fell out of love with it which i don't see that happening i would always be like cabinet was made. It was made made on leap day. I love quirky stuff. Things like that and uh that's great. I didn't know i wonder how many we made on that day too. That's funny that would be interesting to find out and then i could create a support group or support group at the opposite so my my first exposure my first experience chris reeve knives was in in the mid to late nineties when i first moved to new york city and there's a place when <hes> when they passed this crazy city ordinance in and you could no longer by pocket knives anywhere in the city there was one place called paragon sporting goods during the reason you buy knives there is because they sold custom knives at the owner must have been a knife junkie to art knives yeah exactly and that was when i first saw actually what it was where the fixed blade chris reeve knives okay not not the bill horsey designed ones but the ones that seemed to be milled out of one yeah the one piece yeah just oh my god they they bowled me over and ever since since then you've been on my radar so after after thirty years what makes chris reeve knives the standard that high end production knives are compared to i think we just stuck around found in. I guess it's more flippant answer but we just kind of like the idiots they keep doing it and make try and make better quality than quantity yeah. That's kind of flip answer but i think that does go into why people search us out and widespread kind of become this like i say folklore 'cause that's not the right way to say but it's like a lot of people say the golden standard or the sedans is the standard industry <hes> just that we've we've been around doing the same the thing for a long time. We haven't tried to mix it up too much. I mean there's a a level of innovation in wind did bring a new product in in trying to stay with the times to a degree but at the same meantime we've picked <hes> what we're good at end <hes> we've been wildly successful at it so it doesn't give us a lot of opportunity on one hand to to to jump around crazily mhm but it's also been a pretty good model of stability. I could see that that that makes sense to me. Especially of from my perspective you have a core product line and then you come up with new things like the name is escaping me now the the the lock that crazy yes the time and and now those are i'm not sure if you've been producing those anymore but they are much sought after a they're going for stupid amounts of money and we discontinued them just a few years ago. It was a hell of a knife to make. I mean complicated to make it work right you know but yeah we like to bridge out and try a little fancy things like we just brought out a little a little innovation on the slip joint last year played yeah i was going to ask you about that yeah so what inspired the creation of a a slip joint and tell me a little about about that was a collaboration with bilharzia right right right so the running. My running joke at the pierre has been like this is the first time and we've we've hit a market trend on time since the fray walk wildly behind on something like oh chris you finally did that. <hes> <hes> so we've been talking about it for quite a while and then we've got big german market or a big big european market and for years saying hey i love <unk> but i have to knock thumb stud out or or it's just not legal because one handed opening knives aren't legal in germany. They can take a roman short sword down. The road. Owed can have a folding pocket knife. You know that that it's weird. It's like one-handed opening if it locks but if it doesn't lock it can be outta. It's it's it's weird anyway so to try and like a piece of that market. We thought hey let's let's try and discuss slip join or something a dedicated to handed opening knife bill and i had been talking about doing a knife for quite a while. He's been making slip joints since before the frame lock was invented sosa over around forty years or something like that so he was a great great person to say. Hey you know let's do a flip so we'd originally had an idea to do like a a french fit or a the call like a forty five lakh doc where's just kind of like a big dent on the bet on the tang of the blade and then it just like kind of like a i'd love that drops in and just it's real stout big almost like a backlog without a spring right right kind of like that but instead of like a square lug it's like a forty five degree angle and so it slips quite nicely but it's still that like you know a half stop and then into this real stiff kind of things very classic on a on a slip joint and i jokingly said hey built look if you make this spring so stiff that i wrote my thumbnail off every time to fit the tank the project and i think that might rattle around in his brain by shot show two two thousand eighteen so december two thousand seventeen. He came up with mechanisms says hey i think i got a stroke of genius. Check this out and that's where that little like saddle recur kinda low system tension differential that we came up with for the <unk> showed up. He gave me a working model. I took to the shop and we figured out how to <hes>. I basically just tried to make it a knife scaled down a little bit put our hardware into sandblasted logo on all that kind of stuff and and so we collaborated on that so what was the public reaction to that. Why the hell are you making a slip joint co. I mean that's an obvious question to answer. Yeah yeah yeah and i couldn't blame him for for that. <hes> it was actually overwhelmingly <hes> supportive which was quite nice a lot of people saying well. It's not a <unk> so so why even look at it but that was that was the noise the signal we're always trying to separate the signal from the noise in the signal was we we struck gold the overwhelming amount of borders on it overwhelming amount of <hes> applause and and excitement for it. I've got one customer in in new york that was just over here here visiting me and he's got seven of them right now and i think right now he holds the largest market share on impending far behind getting out the door. I'd have to say just from a strictly weekly <hes> aesthetic <unk>. It's beautiful knife. I mean his designs of always resonated with me but no but there's an extra quality knowing knowing how it's built and seeing seeing how it's built that that that really makes it an appealing knife. Horsey knows how to design knives man oh yeah they're elegant beautiful and they look all business too. I mean i love the the hersey reeve fixed blades that mean to me. Those are those are gorgeous especi- especially the clip point can't remember what it's called. Yeah beret made the pacific has the clip point in spear points the the green brain okay so also what about the thirty one what were the updates on that yeah so the very small profile kinda sham for adjustments little things that i've been looking at for awhile saying hey what if we tweet this year what if we took that they're so like around the thumb <unk> a you know what you call the scallop that allows you to access the bingo that part like i played showing explain this i can't i.
"reeve" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Am man you got lucky i'll just put it that way cheryl reeve is the head coach and general manager of the minnesota lynx under cheryl the links of won four titles and seven years her record as i said at the top one ninety five and seventy seven that is a nice record listen cheryl you know i'm great admire of yours and i've always enjoyed our interactions in terms of oppress person and and coach and a high profile league i hope you continue being public i know you will about this issue that means so much to you and i i really appreciate your time today thanks for coming on the sports media podcast certainly appreciate your support and anytime you wanna talk i'm here all right back in the studio my thanks to dr spook and cheryl reeve two great guests i really appreciate their time my thanks to my podcast producer loophole green oh this is episode number four and if you want to catch up on some of the previous episodes verne lundquist was the guest on the last one we had a great conversation on his career and what he hopes to do next in terms of calling golf and before that jason stark and ken rosenthal on baseball writing reporting and tim laden on the death and life of william necks police catch those episodes subscribe to this podcast which is new the sports media would richard is podcast you can subscribe on apple we also are on stitcher google play are assess pretty much wherever you can get podcast four loophole agree no for cadence thirteen this is richard i will see again on these sports media podcasts richard i.
"reeve" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch
"Cheryl reeve the head coach and general manager of the minnesota lynx under cheryl the links won four titles in the last seven years she is one of the best coaches in professional sports and i think you're going to enjoy this conversation on the dearth of media coverage in the wnba aren't as i said at the top we bring in cheryl reeve she's the head coach and general manager of the minnesota lynx and i gave you her credentials which are mighty in the sport at the top cheryl reeve welcome to the sports media podcast with richard i thanks richard just to just a pleasure to be here with you and and i follow you quite a bit in in your writings and on twitter and your job just a big fan it's immutable honoration charlie appreciate that very much i want to the reason i wanted you on obviously on top of the fact that i think you're brilliant coach and i find you interesting is that you've been very active on social media about the coverage of women's sports and you really really i think in more of an activist in the last year and so that's where i want to sort of frame this discussion but i want to start with the links and i wanted to start with a general question why has the links not been covered the way a team with four titles and seven years would be covered well i think the answer that that we get when we make the same inquiries is that we you know we're living in a world of limited space what it airtime and therefore choices are made and that's obviously a very eliminating comment because it would it would stand to reason that you know a successful team like ours would be carved out time would be carved out in the space that they have and and you know and i would say that that our coverage certainly has improved doing our championship runs and but it's like you said if this was happening you know to an nba team or you know nfl team than you know it would just be through the roof you know around the clock coverage and we just haven't seen that.
"reeve" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"I don't remember that individual being run over by the tank i remember the tank stopping but when you're dealing with tape a news footage that can easily be changed to manipulate it in we we see any veteran networks decide for us to see and you know really what what my neighbour for louisiana fared was there hey i remembered the young man just data from the tank however i remember that he did not yet rono i mean but maybe i don't i never saw hoodie where he did this reality he does get run over a career uh i believe makes of his remembered he remembered him getting run over but then later he was changed so he wasn't so this could be a case miss actual miss remembering when i always neither of us remember him being run over i do not remembering being run over a bears a another guy talking ahead the same memories that i do uh especially geographically there's so many changes in the earth we're continents are olive here's memories uh who lined up with mine my memory rude only four people in the kennedy i wish that a clunker are here but he wound up totally with mine it he remembers the boy and the tournament square getting run over and i do not and he also in here's a reality uh he was shocked to learn that christopher reeve who played superman in its christopher reeve and this reality and we're acting from it was reuse it was very this guy was very shocked at uh superman ended up in a wheelchair for that didn't happen he matched all the way through with money set for tenements where and then christopher rees so it's it's very very odd be congress somebody who's been totally wind with you but then something pops up in your don't have the same memory while there was an there was george reeves who played superman so they that there may be the confusion the original tv superman was george reeves with an ass uh and i ever georgia and enclave and i want sukh ram right there that that may be it may be but i i think for some of these there are plausible explanations but others leave you scratching your head in the us let's say hi to mary's and snowflake arizona on the.
"reeve" Discussed on Janet Lansbury Podcast
"Professionals going to recommend they be on medication at too i have not anyway because i have a real i don't have a problem with medicine when children need it were medications but boy i think that's pretty early to medicate a kid a especially during toddler hood because that's you know moving is part of learning and and that short attention span is really really normal as we've already talked about but at the same time you do wanna be aware that particularly when a child has a family history of add or adhd you know that should sit up a red flag to you that this kid is at risk for that so we need to look at what we can do act strong allay or outside of that child to help him learn to internally regulate and really really stick with something and say with something so that that's a possible explanation and we know again that we're not going to do anything about that except talk with parents and get some pretty good external supports going said that a child is able to uh stay with an activity longer and again we're explaining that parents about wanted to be built secondly a kick the century seeker and we talked a lot about that in the previous shows and that just means that his since reeve system his little body his brain his muscles that whole little package of who he is he he he needs to move so that either he knows where his body is he's and he doesn't get that when he's still he only really gets a lot of that the back by.