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Paul scores 2, Lightning hold off Maple Leafs 2-1 in Game 7

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | Last month

Paul scores 2, Lightning hold off Maple Leafs 2-1 in Game 7

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Campbell shines, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 5-2 in Game 3

AP News Radio

00:29 sec | 2 months ago

Campbell shines, Maple Leafs beat Lightning 5-2 in Game 3

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Eichel's 3-point game sparks Vegas to 7-4 win over Blues

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 months ago

Eichel's 3-point game sparks Vegas to 7-4 win over Blues

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Walker scores, Blues beat Capitals 5-2 to snap 3-game skid

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 3 months ago

Walker scores, Blues beat Capitals 5-2 to snap 3-game skid

"Nathan Walker's goal midway through the second period snapped a two all tie as the blues went on to beat the capitals five to two snapping their three game losing streak Brandon Saad and Brayden Schenn each had a goal and an assistant captain Ryan o'reilly scored on the power play for St Louis in a mindset of shooting and and going that hard and got some good bounces that we put away but you know that's the urgency we need especially you know it's good teams like that you have to build a competing for an afternoon and get goals greasy Tom Wilson had a goal and an assist for the capital's Wallin Danny Cruz next off also lit the lamp blues goalie ville Husso made nineteen saves in the win Craig heist Washington

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Winning Time (MM #4008)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Winning Time (MM #4008)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Tonight, episode two of the new HBO HBO Max TV show series, I guess you'd say, called winning time about the 1980s LA Lakers. It's done by Adam McKay, the guy who worked with Will Ferrell for many years on funny or die and was over this particular project, they had a falling out. But what's interesting to me is not the story of the Lakers. I mean, I know the real story, but what's more fascinating to me are the people playing the parts. Some famous actors with some interesting roles, people you would normally expect to be one thing and then turning up to be another. And I don't want to spoil it for you who's already shown up and who's going to show up in the future. But it's one of those series that even if you're not a big sports fan, you'll be interested in going, I think that's so and so. John C Reilly plays doctor Jerry buss, the man who owned the Lakers. And he wasn't the first choice, in fact he wasn't even really the second or third choice I don't think, but he does a great job of playing it. It's very fascinating, and again, even if you're not a sports fan, it's very entertaining. At least the first episode was, I can't wait for episode two tonight of winning time.

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Winning Time (MM #4008)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Winning Time (MM #4008)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Tonight, episode two of the new HBO HBO Max TV show series, I guess you'd say, called winning time about the 1980s LA Lakers. It's done by Adam McKay, the guy who worked with Will Ferrell for many years on funny or die and was over this particular project, they had a falling out. But what's interesting to me is not the story of the Lakers. I mean, I know the real story, but what's more fascinating to me are the people playing the parts. Some famous actors with some interesting roles, people you would normally expect to be one thing and then turning up to be another. And I don't want to spoil it for you who's already shown up and who's going to show up in the future. But it's one of those series that even if you're not a big sports fan, you'll be interested in going, I think that's so and so. John C Reilly plays doctor Jerry buss, the man who owned the Lakers. And he wasn't the first choice, in fact he wasn't even really the second or third choice I don't think, but he does a great job of playing it. It's very fascinating, and again, even if you're not a sports fan, it's very entertaining. At least the first episode was, I can't wait for episode two tonight of winning time.

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Winning Time (MM #4008)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 4 months ago

Winning Time (MM #4008)

"The NASA minute. With Kevin mason. Tonight, episode two of the new HBO HBO Max TV show series, I guess you'd say, called winning time about the 1980s LA Lakers. It's done by Adam McKay, the guy who worked with Will Ferrell for many years on funny or die and was over this particular project, they had a falling out. But what's interesting to me is not the story of the Lakers. I mean, I know the real story, but what's more fascinating to me are the people playing the parts. Some famous actors with some interesting roles, people you would normally expect to be one thing and then turning up to be another. And I don't want to spoil it for you who's already shown up and who's going to show up in the future. But it's one of those series that even if you're not a big sports fan, you'll be interested in going, I think that's so and so. John C Reilly plays doctor Jerry buss, the man who owned the Lakers. And he wasn't the first choice, in fact he wasn't even really the second or third choice I don't think, but he does a great job of playing it. It's very fascinating, and again, even if you're not a sports fan, it's very entertaining. At least the first episode was, I can't wait for episode two tonight of winning time.

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Thomas scores twice as Blues beat Rangers 6-2

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

Thomas scores twice as Blues beat Rangers 6-2

"Robert Thomas scored twice as the St Louis blues beat New York Rangers sixty two Thursday night to snap a four game losing streak Ivan Barbashev Jake Wallman David Pridham Randall Reilly also scored in Philly who so made twenty seven saves and says the blues needed to put the losing streak in the rear view mirror we are lucky that I was only you know a couple games and and I'm we just need to get better every day and every game and not just you know every game matters right now and big points every night so we just need to quit crying and get those wins your sister can give up four goals on seventeen shots before being pulled early in the second period as the Rangers lost their second in a row David Solomon St Louis

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Wahlstrom, Nelson lead Islanders past Blues, 2-1

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 4 months ago

Wahlstrom, Nelson lead Islanders past Blues, 2-1

"Ilya Sorokin backstopped the islanders to one win over the blues Sorokin made fourteen of his twenty seven saves in the third period blanking St Louis until Robert Thomas scored with two fifty two remaining he also made big stops on Ryan o'reilly and Brayden Schenn with the blues playing six on five Oliver Wahlstrom opened the scoring in the first period minutes before Kyle Palmieri had a goal reversed because of goaltender interference by Kieffer bellows Brock Nelson's power play goal in the second period was the eventual game winners the aisles ended a two game skid Jordan Bennington made eighteen saves for the blues and the ferry

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Blues use 3-goal third period to top Maple Leafs 6-3

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 4 months ago

Blues use 3-goal third period to top Maple Leafs 6-3

"Double bush David scored a pair of goals of Brayden Schenn tallied a milestone markers Saint Louis Missouri six three at Scotiabank arena tions second period marker was his fourteenth of the season that is one hundred the blue zero four St Louis isn't good to me you know you know huge thing for my career and have got an opportunity here and hopefully keep pushing forward and you know being a big part of the street could cost of branded sword with his two hundredth NHL goal and Ryan o'reilly really other goal scorers for the winners well William D. landers scored a pair in the Los illegals will be thirty four stops in the victory which snapped the buds seven game win streak at home join the debate to run

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Campbell makes 45 saves, Maple Leafs top Penguins 4-1

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Campbell makes 45 saves, Maple Leafs top Penguins 4-1

"Police center the pens their first road loss in seven games all four one victory at home at Scotiabank arena Auston Matthews opened the scoring twenty one seconds in beating Pittsburgh's Tristan Jarry for his thirty third of the season defenseman Morgan Reilly notched his sixth of the year a power play goal to make it to nothing in the second good win against really good teams from playing well lately special teams cuttings in a really sticks out when you take that many penalties sought a ticket a great job thank captain Michael bunting were the other trouble marksman well give Jenny Milton was a lone goal score for the visitors Jack Campbell kicked aside forty five pick would shots for the win join the debate Toronto

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Schenn, Barbashev score twice in Blues' 5-3 win over Preds

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 5 months ago

Schenn, Barbashev score twice in Blues' 5-3 win over Preds

"The the blues blues overcome overcome an an early early two two nothing nothing deficit deficit to to down down the the predators predators five five to to three three at at enterprise enterprise centre centre St St Louis Louis now now has has fourteen fourteen come come from from behind behind wins wins this this season season after after getting getting two two goals goals and and two two assists assists for for both both I've I've been been Barbara Barbara ship ship and and Brayden Brayden Schenn Schenn the the point point of of the the finalists finalists for for you you don't don't give give up up you you know know you you never never out out of of the the game game and and I I think think that's that's the the mentality mentality we we have have in in our our locker locker room room we we know know we we can can score score goals goals come come to to you you when when we we do do find find better better and and played played harder harder road road and and that's that's for for me me to to even even score score even even more more Ryan Ryan o'reilly o'reilly had had a a goal goal and and a a pair pair of of assist assist for for the the blues blues Nashville Nashville getting getting goals goals from from Filip Filip Forsberg Forsberg Ryan Ryan Johannsen Johannsen Yaakov Yaakov training training as as they they dropped dropped their their third third straight straight Billy Billy who who so so wins wins in in net net you you see see saros saros takes takes the the loss loss I'm I'm Mike Mike Reeves Reeves

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Voter ID Requirements Increases Minority Registration

The Larry Elder Show

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

Voter ID Requirements Increases Minority Registration

"Three is it true? That these laws are suppressing the black and brown vote? Jason Reilly, a member of The Wall Street Journal editorial board once set in for me. Do Republicans win elections by preventing minorities, blacks, Latinos, and others, from voting? For those on the left and their allies in the major media, the answer is yes. Even more than that, it's an article of faith. The usual example they offer is state laws, often passed by Republican majority legislatures, requiring voters to present a photo ID at their polling place, something required in almost every other democracy in the world. According to the left, voter ID depresses minority turnout. And is therefore a blatant form of racial discrimination. But there's a problem with this accusation. There's no evidence to support it. Minorities are voting in greater numbers and at higher percentages than ever before.

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Hall's OT goal lifts red-hot Bruins over Predators, 4-3

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Hall's OT goal lifts red-hot Bruins over Predators, 4-3

"Taylor Taylor hall hall scored scored one one minute minute and and forty forty one one seconds seconds into into overtime overtime to to keep keep the the Bruins Bruins rolling rolling with with a a four four three three win win over over the the predators predators hall hall flipped flipped a a loose loose puck puck in in the the crease crease for for his his eighth eighth goal goal of of the the season season to to deliver deliver Boston Boston its its fifth fifth straight straight win win in in eight eight to to nine nine games games hall hall says says it it felt felt good good to to win win a a physical physical game game that that featured featured a a combined combined ninety ninety one one hits hits ultimately ultimately that's that's U. U. S. S. if if you you want want to to be be you you want want to to be be able able to to play play different different styles styles of of games games not not every every game game is is gonna gonna be be the the same same Brad Brad Marchand Marchand netted netted his his team team leading leading twenty twenty of of Colin Colin Craig Craig Smith Smith and and Mike Mike Reilly Reilly also also scored scored for for the the Bruins Bruins Colton Colton Sissons Sissons Lew Lew Knin Knin and and Roman Roman you'll you'll see see all all scored scored in in the the predator predator second second straight straight loss loss Gethin Gethin Coolbaugh Coolbaugh Boston Boston

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:00 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We've got one so we've got one segment left, so hang on Robert Reilly. I want to continue this line of thinking. This is exciting. Folks, the books of America on trial. I remember my dad talking about the movie tora tora tora, when after Pearl Harbor, they show the, I don't know, I don't know who it is. Somebody on a Japanese battleship saying we have awakened a sleeping giant. In other words, sometimes when you attack, it backfires because you wake up a sleeping giant and he will come and crush you. That's what I believe is happening in places like loud and county, Virginia, is that the people with the crazy people, people with these insane ideologies, they push too hard, and they wake people up, and that's exactly what happened in Virginia. People said, wait a minute. Wait a minute. You mean to tell me that you don't think parents should have a say in what their kids are taught? Like seriously, you believe that. I'm glad you said that because now I know what you believe and we will never let anybody like you be elected governor or senator or whatever, that's kind of what's happening in America. Things had to get this bad so that a lot of people will wake up to the madness because they're just trying to raise their kids and work at their jobs. They didn't know that this Marxist lunacy, this anti American madness, this inhuman madness was happening. You know, it's unsustainable, Eric, because reality continues to exist. No matter how thorough the denial of it is insisted upon by the media by higher education by the elite reality still there. So they have to be constantly on attack, you know, Napoleon said, I must conquer to survive. He understood he was an illegitimate ruler came to power by a coup d'etat. So his legitimacy rested on his continuing concrete he couldn't stop. Same thing with these lies about transgenderism, the LGBT agenda, they can exist only in so far as they continue to conquer. And they'll never succeed because reality continues to exist. So the lie won't succeed and there you have a young man in his 20s who punctures it just with the courage to stand up and say the truth. So the more people who do that, I think it's encouraging because that then gives a focal point for the backlash and like you, I believe there is a residual virtue in the United States and that people know the truth when they hear it as soon as someone has the courage to speak it. And they will respond. I mean, that literally that is what I say everywhere I go that there are enough people that know this, but maybe they're afraid to speak up or they're kind of hanging back. So when someone, whether it is you or me or this young man teaching in loudon county, whenever anybody stands for the truth or speaks to the truth, there are innumerable people watching and listening and they go, hey, wait a minute. That's true. And that person had the courage to say it or to live it out or to risk their job, that galvanizes me. Now I will have the courage. And so it's the antithesis of what happened in Germany in the 30s, what chuck Colson referred to as the spiral of silence. The more people that hang back and are afraid to speak out, the more difficult it is for everyone else to speak out. But I believe because God is sovereign and he has not chosen for this nation to go down that path at this time, he has allowed enough of us to know the truth and to speak the truth in America so that what is happening now is people are waking up and we are fighting. And by the grace of God, we will get through this and the lies will be revealed and the enemy will be routed and people will live free. So we're living in exciting times, Robert Reilly. I think we're out of time, but I just want to say that you're writing this book during this expanded edition as part of that. People need to understand what we're dealing with. The book is America, on trial, the defense of the founding, Robert Reilly is my guest Robert Reilly, just a joy to know you're out there. Thank you for doing what you do. Eric, thank you for what you have done and continue to do and for having me back on the program. I deeply appreciate it. I do. Thank you..

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:56 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Well, you know, Eric, there's an afterward in the book where I ask the question, if it wasn't the founder's fault, meaning the current state of decay in which we live. Whose fault was it? And I can only suggest and answer that question because it would require another book. And the suggestion is German historicism, which was imported into this country in the 19th century with German professors education. My Americans going to Germany to get higher degrees, which taught by historicism, we mean moral relativism that truth is only a product of its time, times change. We have different truths. There are no objective moral standards that exist at all times everywhere. Now, to the extent to which the United States and the people have adopted this belief, it means that all people aren't created equal that they don't have these God given intrinsic rights at all times everywhere for everyone because, well, that's just a product of its time. And we've moved on to the administrative state and we're creating a new form of human nature and so forth. You mentioned Eric earlier, what happened in Nazi Germany? And I've dedicated a lot of time over the last year and a half studying this very issue because I'm fascinated by how the German people could have succumbed to the lies of nazism and Adolf Hitler and gone along just in the way that you described. They went along to get along. And then there were those remarkable individuals who said, no. This is a lie. I won't live by it. And I will do whatever is necessary to stand up against it, even at the cost of my own wife. And you wrote a magnificent book about one of those extraordinary individuals, Dietrich bonhoeffer. And there were others whose diaries I have been reading because I want to know where came the source of strength to these extraordinary people. Against all the forces of their government, society, convention, to stand up against it and to bond hoffer did pay that ultimate price. And the answer comes through very clearly in terms of what you've already spoken of faith. And the belief in transcendent moral principle and the belief in God, to whom we will all be accountable. And that gave them the courage to do what they did and opposing this hideous lie. And we today are living under lies that our justice comprehensive about human existence, whether it's transgenderism, the LGBT agenda, the maligning of our founding, and you are one of the courageous people who refuses to be suborned by these lies and who repeatedly stands up against them. So, well, that's very kind of you. I think, you know, once you know what we know, you can't shut up. You can't be silent. You can't stay seated because you realize, first of all, you know, if you're any kind of a Christian, you're supposed to believe that the God in whom we put our faith defeated death. So if that's true, if that's not some metaphor or some thin metaphor, then what can I fear? What should I fear? I should only fear God. I should only fear not doing his will. And so of course, people who actually believe that are the greatest threat to marxists to people who want to control you and to take away your freedom, they can do that unless you believe in that God. And so to the extent that you were sharing earlier, that American style self government depends on people of serious Christian faith. Serious Christian faith can not be legislated. Once you, once you try to say, okay, in order to have freedom, we need people of faith, and we need virtue. So we're going to make virtue and faith the law. You can't do that because immediately the freedom evaporates. So that's the conundrum at the heart of the founding, but it is you don't need to be a Christian, you can be a sociologist, you can be in just a student of history and you observe that this was the reality that the founders saw. And you mentioned it earlier, they said that without people of Christian faith, this is just not going to happen. You don't even need to believe Christian faith is true, but you observe that it is those people who actually believe this stuff that live lives of virtue and make this possible. It's simply an historical reality and that the atheist marxists are they're scared to death of it. They are. And we had a magnificent example of this in the Commonwealth of Virginia. When in loudon county, as the schools were trying to enforce the transgender ideology, a young man on the faculty refused to use a changed pronoun and call a her a hymn. As a consequence of which, he was suspended as a prelude to being fired. He simply couldn't do it according to his conscience. I believe he's an evangelical Christian. He had his Thomas more moment and he passed with flying colors. And his courage is what inspired this groundswell in Virginia that led in the last November to the overturning of the Democrats in this state leading to a Republican governor and that's exactly right..

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:43 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Two. May folks welcome back. I'm talking to Robert Wiley. I believe that's Irish. He has written a book called America on trial, the defense of the founding and we're at that part, Robert Reilly, where we talk about virtue. I was saying this when I wrote my book that asked, if you can keep it, the question that Franklin says, if you can keep it, I really, in the course of writing that book and in the course of my friendship with Oz Guinness, who has written a number of books that touch on this, I realize that this is really as basic as it gets. In other words, there is no way you can have freedom working understand even what freedom is on the American model, the founder's vision, unless you get the idea that at the heart of it, just without any other options are these concepts of virtue, these concepts of virtue and faith, all of the founders understood this. And that's what it is so astonishing. It wasn't just some Christian founders and the others were enlightenment Diaz. No, no, no, no, no. Every single one of the founders understood this, but you write about it in the book. This idea of virtue has vanished. We live in a sort of secular pseudo culture that pretends that we might have a wonderful country or a wonderful world with avoiding the very issue of virtue or whether there is such thing as virtue or right or wrong. Again, it's almost, it's almost funny. Well, you know, Eric, there's an afterward in the book where I ask the question, if it wasn't the founder's fault, meaning the current state of decay in which we live. Whose fault was it? And I can only suggest and answer that question because it would require another book. And the suggestion is German historicism, which was imported into this country in the 19th century with German professors education. My Americans going to Germany to get higher degrees, which taught by historicism, we mean moral relativism that truth is only a product of its time, times change. We have different truths. There are no objective moral standards that exist at all times everywhere. Now, to the extent to which the United States and the people have adopted this belief, it means that all people aren't created equal that they don't have these God given intrinsic rights at all times everywhere for everyone because, well, that's just a product of its

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There Is No Way to Have Freedom Without Virtue and Faith

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:43 min | 6 months ago

There Is No Way to Have Freedom Without Virtue and Faith

"Two. May folks welcome back. I'm talking to Robert Wiley. I believe that's Irish. He has written a book called America on trial, the defense of the founding and we're at that part, Robert Reilly, where we talk about virtue. I was saying this when I wrote my book that asked, if you can keep it, the question that Franklin says, if you can keep it, I really, in the course of writing that book and in the course of my friendship with Oz Guinness, who has written a number of books that touch on this, I realize that this is really as basic as it gets. In other words, there is no way you can have freedom working understand even what freedom is on the American model, the founder's vision, unless you get the idea that at the heart of it, just without any other options are these concepts of virtue, these concepts of virtue and faith, all of the founders understood this. And that's what it is so astonishing. It wasn't just some Christian founders and the others were enlightenment Diaz. No, no, no, no, no. Every single one of the founders understood this, but you write about it in the book. This idea of virtue has vanished. We live in a sort of secular pseudo culture that pretends that we might have a wonderful country or a wonderful world with avoiding the very issue of virtue or whether there is such thing as virtue or right or wrong. Again, it's almost, it's almost funny. Well, you know, Eric, there's an afterward in the book where I ask the question, if it wasn't the founder's fault, meaning the current state of decay in which we live. Whose fault was it? And I can only suggest and answer that question because it would require another book. And the suggestion is German historicism, which was imported into this country in the 19th century with German professors education. My Americans going to Germany to get higher degrees, which taught by historicism, we mean moral relativism that truth is only a product of its time, times change. We have different truths. There are no objective moral standards that exist at all times everywhere. Now, to the extent to which the United States and the people have adopted this belief, it means that all people aren't created equal that they don't have these God given intrinsic rights at all times everywhere for everyone because, well, that's just a product of its

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:12 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"The book is America on trial. Of all the years all over the world. For Christ is born of America I'm gay lord all. Hey folks, I've got to tell you a secret about relief factor that the father son owners Pete and Seth. Talbot have never made a big deal about, but I think it is a big deal. I really do. They sell the three week quick start pack for just 1995 to anyone struggling from pain like neck shoulder back, hip or knee pain, 1995, about a dollar a day. But what they haven't broadcasted much is that every time they sell a three week quick start, they lose money. In fact, they don't even break even until about four to 5 months after if you keep ordering it. Friends, that's huge. People don't keep ordering relief factor month after month if it doesn't work. So yes, Pete and Seth are literally on a mission to help as many people as possible deal with their pain. They really do put their money where their mouths are. So if you're in pain from exercise or even just getting older or the three week quick start from 1995, let's see if we can get you at a pain too, but relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four 805 108 three 8 four relief factor dot com. I use it, it works. That's the halls with bows of Harley follow I love is the season two. May folks welcome back. I'm talking to Robert Wiley. I believe that's Irish. He has written a book called America on trial, the defense of the founding and we're at that part, Robert Reilly, where we talk about virtue. I was saying this when I wrote my book that asked, if you can keep it, the question that Franklin says, if you can keep it, I really, in the course of writing that book and in the course of my friendship with Oz Guinness, who has written a number of books that touch on this, I realize that this is really as basic as it gets. In other words, there is no way you can have freedom working understand even what freedom is on the American model, the founder's vision, unless you get the idea that at the heart of it, just without any other options are these concepts of virtue, these concepts of virtue and faith, all of the founders understood this. And that's what it is so astonishing. It wasn't just some Christian founders and the others were enlightenment Diaz. No, no, no, no, no. Every single one of the founders understood this, but you write about it in the book. This idea of virtue has vanished. We live in a sort of secular pseudo culture that pretends that we might have a wonderful country or a wonderful world with avoiding the very issue of virtue or whether there is such thing as virtue or right or wrong. Again, it's almost, it's almost funny..

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

09:15 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Afterwards. Did any white people die in the Civil War fighting against slavery? I'm just curious. Any white guys involved in that? Yeah, only about 400,000. Only 400,000 died. Again, it's almost funny to me that when you look at the most basic facts, you look at something like the 1619 Project in The New York Times and you think this is such a level of dishonesty and deception that frankly it's hard not to be shocked by it. It's one thing to have differences of opinion. But when they're promulgating, what can only be described as an atheist Marxist view of history. It's hard not to be a little bit shocked. It's hard not to be shocked that we have so many people in the academy and in teachers unions across America. That seem to have no ability to stand up against this no cultural confidence. They are just saying what they think they need to say to go along. And then of course my question sometimes rhetorical sometimes not is how is that any different from Germans just going along with the national socialist project to keep their jobs or whatever. So if millions of Jews are murdered, I can't be bothered. By that. I mean, we're going to go to a break folks. I'm talking to Robert R Riley, has a new book out on expanded in addition. America on trial, a defense of the founding, check it out. In case you haven't been paying attention, the Biden administration has caused a financial crisis and they have no clue how to fix it. Oil prices have skyrocketed and when oil prices go up, the cost of transportation and shipping spikes leading the prices of goods to rise. And when we're already seeing record inflation that's the last thing we need, our economy is in trouble and you need to take steps to protect yourself. If all your money is tied up in stocks, bonds and traditional markets, you are vulnerable. Gold is one of the best ways to protect your retirement. No matter what happens, you own your gold, it is real, it is physical, it's always been valuable since the dawn of time, legacy precious metals is the company I trust for investing in gold. They can help you roll your retirement account into a gold backed IRA where you still own the physical gold. They can also ship gold and precious metals safely and securely to your house called legacy at 8 6 6 5 two 8 1903 or visit them online at legacy p.m. investments dot com. Folks, I have the joy of speaking with Robert R Riley, not to be confused with the other Robert Reilly's, this Robert Riley has written a book called America on trial, a defense of the founding with a forward by Larry arn. Robert, what else is in this defense of the founding that we need to know that might surprise some folks tuning into the program right now? Well, you know, Eric, it tries to answer the question since I say that this thesis that the United States was the product of the radical individualism of the enlightenment, I asked the question, well, if that wasn't the source, what were the sources, but from where it came the ideas that made the American founding possible. Yeah. That leads to an extensive historical exploration of the origin of Jewish monotheism of Greek philosophy and of course at the heart of it and what made it possible was Christianity. And all the changes that were engendered by it, in fact, the creation of a new civilization that produced what we have today. I don't think, you know, Alexis de tocqueville makes clear. Some of the founders made clear. John Adams made clear. That the principle of equality of all people, meaning everyone has the same God given intrinsic human rights to life liberty, et cetera. Could not have spread and become so persuasive and ends mind if Christianity were not underlying it. Because even though the founders expressed it in a philosophic way, it was supported by revelation and Christianity made its general acceptance possible. So I would say the American founding would be inconceivable without these influences. But it's interesting, isn't it that we ought to know this? What you just said, I know to be true. I know it to be true, and there are various aspects of it. I mean, I wrote about it to some extent in my book, if you can keep it, which is the famous line that exiting the constitutional convention, Benjamin Franklin is answering this woman misses Powell in Philadelphia when she says, what have you given us doctor Franklin, a monarchy or a republic? And he says, a republic madam, if you can keep it and I titled my book that because it underscores the idea that it is our own individual moral agency that undergirds freedom for all. If people just say I'm going to do what I want to do for me, if I don't have virtue, if I don't understand these things, if I don't answer to a higher authority, government authority will increase. It's only because you have a population that answers to God roughly speaking. In other words that there are enough people that get the idea that we're going to be good and do good and govern ourselves because we answer to God. And I argue in my book that it was the preaching of George whitfield up and down the 13 colonies that really made it possible for enough people to get this memo, so to speak. To get this idea and to make it possible for these founders in 1776 and 1787 to say let's try this. We think the American people can pull this off. I'm so glad you mentioned that. Not only whitfield, but the key word is virtue, because not only Franklin, all the founders, they were unanimous in the view that because they chose a Republican form of government. Virtue was the cornerstone. And it survival would depend on the virtue of the American people. What's more is George Washington and the others said, including Franklin, the. Main force forming the virtue of the American people was religion. There's no way around it. This is what I find so much funny. You don't even have to agree with it, but historically speaking, there's no way around it. This is what they perceived. This is why they decided to try this new thing, the self government, this radical form of self government. And we don't talk about this anymore. We act as though, well, those are some nice old ideas, but you know and I know it's like math. One plus one equals two. It never becomes anything else. Like that's a given. And all whatever math you're doing, if you don't get that, it falls apart. What we're talking about virtue, this is at the foundation of everything. So how is it possible even to talk about American freedom and any of these things unless you understand that virtue has to be a part of it, but where can we even imagine public schools talking about virtue? We can't even imagine it. Well, I think precisely we're in trouble and we are society as disintegrated exactly to the extent that it is abandoned virtue. And in fact, even more, it is denied the distinction that allows us to talk about morality according to an objective standard. If that squad, society does devolve into exactly what the critics of the founding said, radical individualism that is focused upon satisfying appetites at the expense of everything else. And so the perfusion of drugs of pornography of materialism of the dissolution of the family, we can go through the entire litany with which you're so familiar. It's all due to a lack of virtue. It's all due to the lie that there is no such thing as virtue that there is, you know, we can't really have known Aristotle's book, the ethics in which he spells out, according to the best thinking of classical Greek, what virtue is. When we come back, actually, I want to pick up this issue of virtue. This is at the heart of everything folks..

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Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 6 months ago

Robert Reilly Discusses Slavery and the 1619 Project

"I'm glad that you have written this expanded edition of America on trial with clarity on the ridiculousness of the 1619 Project. One thing Erica might say that reinforces the point you just made that slavery was in institution from time immemorial is one thing the 1619 Project neglects to notice as they're saying the slavery was introduced in 1619 when black slaves were brought by Dutch traders to Virginia is that slavery was already widespread in the area of the American colonies, practiced by the Native Americans. Who enslaved each other. Can you imagine, can you imagine? But again, this is because we're both Christians. We understand that mankind has fallen. And a part from the God of scripture, what we do is scandalous is inhuman. So yes, slavery has existed. Always, it's a horror and we are right to be horrified by it, but if anything, it has been serious Christians that have labored against the slave trade. I wrote a book about William wilberforce, whom Frederick Douglass revered, so if a freed slave like Frederick Douglass can revere a white English man for taking a biblical stand against the slave trade, you do have to wonder how we could get to a point where we have to clarify that slavery was not invented by white people in 1619 and Jamestown. It's almost funny, but it's but it's

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:09 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That's IP frequently dot com. Hey there, folks. You know the name John. Smear rack. You know that he's my guest on this program every week. He's a super genius. He's the world's oldest boy genius. And when John's merek talks, smart people listen. John's, he's the gold standard, has said to me, Eric, you've got to have Robert Riley on the program. Because of that, we had Robert Reilly on the program. And because of that, it is my delight to again have Robert Riley on the program Robert Riley welcome. Eric, thank you so much. It's a delight to be back with you. Well, it's a delight to know you're out there and it's a delight frankly to know that you have a new book out. It's called America on trial, a defense of the founding, how insane that we live in a time when the founding needs a defense, but it does. You're the man for the job. And by the way, if you've impressed John's merak, I think it's game over. Just ask the lord to take you up because he can't there's nothing greater that you can do this side of heaven than impress John's mere act. But you, Robert Reilly, have written many books. The new book American trial defense of the founding is published by ignatius, which seems to publish most of the books I like. And the forward is by the, oh, my goodness, Larry arn, who's the president of hillsdale college, doesn't really get better than that. Tell us in effect. What is your defense of the founding of America? Because we are living in a bizarre time where many people out of sheer ignorance, misunderstand the founding. So what is your tech? Well, first of all, I want to say, Eric, that I certainly share your high opinion of John Smith, who is a dear friend. And who was with me through the writing of this book, as I would send him various chapters and here is excellent comments. And so forth. As you know, the founding is taking fire 360 from every direction from certain conservative Christians who say it was a creature of radical enlightenment individualism. What conservative Christians just so I know who's messed up. Who is making that case? Because it's, I know they're wrong. They're at least mostly mistaken, but who is making that case? Well, there are very good guys generally. But the ones I take on in the book using their arguments is sort of the model of the attack as Patrick dean and the Notre-Dame. And Michael hanby at the John Paul two center here in Washington, as I say, they're both give tremendously powerful diagnoses. So what's wrong with the modern project, their problem is that they unfold the American founding in it and say that it's kind of a prime example of what's wrong with modernity. Now, the other angle of attack, which everyone is so familiar with is the slavery issue, which is why I'm so glad ignatius press agreed to bring out an expanded edition, which is now out which contains a new chapter was slavery, the foundings fault, and in that I address in detail the 1619 Project and what an extraordinary calumny on the American founding and the American founders, it is. Just using the word calumny, you're going to get invited back on this program. A duck is supposed to come down and we'll give you $50. Seriously. I'm just, in a way, I'm just quoting Frederick Douglass. One of the most famous freed slaves who was one of the greatest defenders of the American founding and constitution who said it was a calumny to think otherwise. Sorry to interrupt. Well, no, yeah. My goodness. Look, the idea that we're living at a time where these basics need bringing out that there are so many people that have been fooled by just preposterous a historical pseudo information. The case needs to be made. There are many people that don't have any understanding of history and therefore you can tell them anything. You can tell them that, yeah, slavery was invited by some it was invented by some white people, 400 years ago in America. If you have any sense of history, you understand that there is slavery today blacks enslaving blacks in the Sudan. There has been slavery since the dawn of humanity and the idea that people would somehow say it's a white thing or it's an American thing, is crazy, and yes, you're right. It is people like Frederick Douglass to whom we look for clarification on this..

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'America on Trial' Author Robert Reilly on the Defense of the Founding

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:26 min | 6 months ago

'America on Trial' Author Robert Reilly on the Defense of the Founding

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:51 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Extraordinary. So I want to say that. Alban real quick. Yes. We also want to remind people you can get most of my books at my store dot com. Use the code Eric. And I hesitate because it gets us into this big conversation. But there are people that haven't seen they don't know about the Salem news channel. This is now a TV program and will become a late night TV program. I don't want to tip it off, but we're in the way it's in the works. Salem news channel dot com. You can see this program as a TV program just as you can see it at Mike lindell's Frank speech dot com. But when you go to when you go to Salem news channel dot com, Salem news channel dot com, you can see the Christmas special. You're wondering where was that? How can I see it? Salem news channel dot com. It's there. We encourage you to see it. We've edited it out. We bleeped out all the cussing. We pixelated all of the nudity. It's all pixelated so you can so the kids can say, why is that pixelated? Because they get out of the room. It's a fun family Christmas special as they used to do back in olden days of your. Yeah. So how much people would have done outtakes because you fallen off the top of the double decker bus and me catching you on, man. I know that was, man, it's crazy that even though it didn't happen in my mind, it happened because you just put the picture in my mind. But it is so crazy. We just want to encourage you to check it out. If you don't enjoy it, something's very wrong with you. I say that in love. I'm confronting you. Like, Nathan, the prophet, you are the man. You're messed up. If you don't enjoy it, something's you need to get help. I think you need a lot of soaking prayer. If you didn't enjoy it, because you have religious spirit that eats kids. You're the lost cheap. You know what I mean? Somewhere in something like that, something like that. So we sound like we had too much eggnog, and yet we're utterly sober. Folks, we just wanted to come out of our vacation out of hiding to let you know we're still alive very much alive. And we want to encourage you to do the things we've been mentioning because they go away. This is the last week. So 30% off new traumatic dot com use the code Eric. My store dot com, my pillow dot com use the code Eric. And of course, don't forget, folks, CSI. This is literally the last week of the campaign to free slaves. It's the Christmas season. Please take advantage of this. It's just a glorious thing..

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"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:47 min | 6 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"So just because Alban and I are on vacation, we don't want to tell you that we don't have original programming. Robert Riley will be my guest, we have Alban who else do we have? Michael pack, I'm putting on a different shirt, so it looks like it's a different opening every day. I know. I love the fact that we're fooling people. We've got, but anyway, we've got a lot of programming this week, but we don't want to forget to say still, this is the last week, folks. This is the last week to get 30% off at nutrimetics dot com. You need melatonin. You need zinc. You need vitamin C, you need vitamin D you need all that stuff. Of quercetin, all that stuff, the only place you can get it when you put in the code Eric to get 30% off is new traumatic dot com. That's only good this week. And if you're buying this stuff anyway from other people, listen, this is true. I was visiting a doctor here in New York City. He doesn't know what I do professionally. I just asked him because he's kind of an alternative medicine doctor. He uses all this dot com and I don't know what you do professionally, so I'm not. He said, oh, that's a great company. He's not where I am politically theologically he's just a good doctor here in New York City. I mentioned nutrimetics that kind of goes, oh, that's a great company. And they said, use the code Eric. But seriously, they're a great company, but they also give 50% of their profits to missions organizations. Folks, come on, this is amazing. New traumatic dot com MED IX. Medics dot com. 30% off until the end of this year until the end of this week. That's it, all right? Cool. You've been warned. Secondly, we have the campaign with CSI to free slaves. This week, this is it. This is it. You need to go to my taxes talk dot com year and giving folks year end giving. It doesn't get better than this. Susanna and I gave them a gift recently. I have to tell you the idea that every $250 you gives them enables them to free a slave in Africa. We've talked about this in the past weeks. It's amazing that this is true. And you get to participate and we want everyone to participate who can participate, go to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner. This is just a great organization. I don't know what to say. So beautiful that they're doing this. And by the way, Anna and I also gave the CSI generously because it is a great organization. We're not just telling you to give, we are ourselves giving. And by the way, there's a phone number. It's 8 8 8 two 5 three 352-288-8253 three 5 two two. All right, so we hope that you'll give generously. I'll say this because it's true, one of the things that I say that I can do to help an organization like this is I will offer myself for the evening to have dinner with anybody that can give a gift of $10,000, even if you get a group of people together. You know, maybe there's 5 couples that each want to give $2000, and we can get together and all have dinner someplace, whether here in New York City or in a state where you don't have to wear masks while you eat. But you know, really, I love to do that. I love to meet the people who care about the things that we do. So if anybody out there wants to get together $10,000, give it a CSI before the end of this week, folks. You've got to do it. You've got to go to my taxes dot com. I'm sorry. Not Eric metaxas dot com. You got to go to metaxas talk dot com. That's the radio website. With access talk to come click on the banner. If you give $10,000 before the end of the year, obviously it's tax deductible. And obviously, if you do the math, it helps to free 40 people who are currently enslaved. Folks, it's unthinkable. Every time I think about it, I just get so upset, this is so important. We can do tremendous, unmitigated, good, to God's glory. 250 of slave for a thousand, you can free four slaves. You also get autographed copies of Eric's new book is atheism dead and also the complete collection of hamster homes from Simon and Schuster. The complete selection that's unheard of. All right, so we want to encourage you. Anybody who gives anything, it doesn't matter what you give. You want to give $10, $50, $20. It doesn't matter whatever you give to CSI. Go to metaxas talk dot com and click on the banner. Whatever you give, we will enter you in our drawing or end of the year, three grand prizes. We have a drawing. And we will send you tons of signed books, all kinds of fun stuff. Just to make it fun so that whatever you give you're entered in the drawing, I also want to say we have one make America great again hat left. Oh boy. This is this hat was given to me. I'm not kidding by Donald Trump. This hat. If the last one, he also gave me this pen is a special Donald Trump. 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Jimmy Kimmel Claims Donald Trump-Bill O'Reilly Event Fizzled in Orlando, Florida

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:44 sec | 7 months ago

Jimmy Kimmel Claims Donald Trump-Bill O'Reilly Event Fizzled in Orlando, Florida

"Jimmy Kimmel last night made fun of the Trump Bill O'Reilly stop in Orlando. Do you realize Tracy from our team went to that event? She sent me videos. The place was packed. I mean, there were some empty streets betrayed she estimated, I don't know, 75%. You know how big the amway center is? Somehow Jimmy Kimmel, I guess showed some empty seats and met and mocked Trump and O'Reilly as saying people aren't attending. Do we have that clip? I mean, unreal. He's lying. How about not, how about not lying?

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"reilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

The Glenn Beck Program

04:35 min | 11 months ago

"reilly" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program

"Holy cow what a great program. Today we got the good. We've got the band and we bill o'reilly you figure out which is which all of that on today's podcast..

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"reilly" Discussed on Babes and Babies

Babes and Babies

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"reilly" Discussed on Babes and Babies

"Your daughter is four. . How have you been preparing her for baby brother to come? ? That is a great question because I keep asking people what to do. . <hes> you know, , I. . I feel like we're really lucky were very active family we live in. . La. . So there's so much to do. . We've been going on like we've been really trying to spend a lot of time with her and my husband and I have really been trying to make her feel really important throughout this whole pregnancy so that she doesn't feel like the baby's coming in he's going to be more important are going to need more time because I just assume that one's baby comes that it is going to be a full time. . I don't know fulltime thing where she might feel like a little left out I've been getting advice from all my girlfriends and from the Internet and. . Basically people are like you just need to get like get some presents like do some activities make her feel special like include her May. . Take her shopping and let her by the stuff for the baby <hes>. . So that's kind of what we've been trying to do <hes> I keep telling her you know, , oh, , your baby brothers going to need all your how he's going to need you to feed him and he's going to need you to help with the clothes and help with the pacifier and all that fun stuff. . Some trying to include her. That's . the best advice that I've gotten. . So I don't know you maybe you have better mice. . New Baby. . I do. . I. . Only have one and it has been a trip. . I was just telling Rachel right before the show that. . I'm just filling in the thick of it right now, , I don't know what's going on I mean this lot. . So I had issues with the tongue tie with her so we had to get those released. . Last week, , and so since then she's just been really upset and I can understand why and. . But it kind of comes and goes and she had a couple of good days and now it's just like she's just crying so much and it's just really really hard. . So I know that we want to add more kids to the mix right now I just can't wrap my head around it because I'm like, , oh my gosh this this little human it's I. . Feel so bad for her too. . It's like I'm still trying to read her cues right? ? So she's crying and I'm like are you just pissed off? ? Does your stomach hurt does your mouth? ? Like, , you know, , are you tired like, , what can I do? ? Oh. . Oh. . Dory gets better. . And I it took me three years before I was like, , okay we can have another one. . I just needed that time I took two years off of work also because I was like I thought with my I I was like you know I just need to focus all my attention on her and I need her to be feeling really comfortable <hes> but now with. . My second. . I'm like I'm already ready to you know we'll see what happens because have don't have the second one yet but I'm like I don't know I feel like it's it's going to be totally different story than it was the first but don't worry after three months when they start sleeping through the night, , you're going to be like Oh this is like you know. . Way Better. . I remember. . My first time, , I got to go to the gym after it was like I think like a month or maybe like a few like three weeks after she was born and I got to go to the gym by Myself I. . Got to take a shower by myself. . I went the Sauna. . I had a day at the SPA. . And the most amazing day ever. . So you'll get there don't worry. . Yeah. . For sure and I feel like she was a lot easier in those first few weeks. . So like I would I remember the first time I washed my hair and shaved my legs during one shower sessions you know. . Exactly I am woman. . Now it's like you have to pick and choose like what am I going to do today today had to wash my hair so that was it. . Really for sure I know and everyone says it gets easier. . Everyone's like three like three to four months and then they're six months and then the newborn stage is just a blur. . You know it's Better. . Up. . The and that's what I'm like I'm nervous about because I remember it being so hard I just remember not sleeping and I remember thinking in my head. . Okay. . This just it goes by so fast but it goes by it takes forever while it's actually happening. . kind of that's what I'm kind of nervous about. . So I'm like, okay , I need to just kind of try to make it as easy for myself as possible and you know not put pressure on myself but. . Yeah. . But the same token I'm such A. . Like crazy overachiever I'm like I'm going to be able to do twenty different million things because who cares tickets you know? ? No big deal. . Yeah. . You'll get back to that though you know like. . Once you adjust and get the hang of it you'll be like, , okay. . Yeah. . No big deal. . Yeah exactly.

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"reilly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:39 min | 2 years ago

"reilly" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"So Reilly auto parts story as a nurse not making it to work was not an option but driving through the snow with my wiper blades struggling I just didn't feel safe so I pulled into Reilly auto parts and before I knew it and employee was offering to install the wiper blades on my car I got to stay out of the snow permanent and I still needed to work on time all the old parts finding great candidates to hire can be like well trying to find a needle in a haystack but not with zip recruiter it's powerful technology actively fines and invites qualified candidates to apply to your job so while other companies might deliver a lot of Hey zip recruiter finds you the needle in the haystack see why four out of five employers who post a job on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate within the first day try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash three that supercrew dot com slash Free State Street and the first Midwest bank studio this is W. M. V. P. Chicago one thousand Shahkot goes home for sports it was on the grand Carmen ESPN underscore Chicago hold FOR story and one thousand I hope everyone had a great weekend and really enjoyed yesterday beautiful weather felt like spring for a day now we're gonna get like a foot of snow I guess I don't know what Tracy bother saying press anywhere from six to ten yeah but I guess there was a new model that said it was more on the six that's good so we got to get some good news on yeah all rights are you talk about six inches is that too small well not depends on what you do with that snow your code and how you kind of figure it out you know if you I'm sick of nine inches yes my it's funny how these things get out of control to yesterday at the park one of the dead sternum anything we're going fourteen inches of snow like a wall wait fourteen in like where did this happen you know and then the next guy comes over twenty one did you hear we're getting eighteen inches and it's like wait a minute guys all we get a little cry and I'm on my phone like eighteen inches of snow Kearns locking I know when something else pops up and I'm like no snow and I'm sorry the smell the street all right and I I you know last night I'm again I'm like every hour I'm searching for the latest Chicago what is it now which is one of my captaincy what street you bought this year we get two feet of snow when it when it comes in April don't look up April snow because I think you're going to be its profits of more up you may be concerned about no natural right but don't touch it it will snow I was a let's hope it's closer to just a storm that won't kill us here just about six inches so we'll see but the snow was coming plan accordingly it sounds like rush hour tomorrow getting home and then in Wednesday morning is going to be a something of a nightmare so again plan accordingly and remember all of us your friends at ESPN one thousand will get you through it we'll do it together better call Saul return last night who here on the panel is a better call Saul fan anybody my the only one I'm the only one okay it was great it's back with a vengeance center called who it might be better than breaking bad and I'm not joking and I think breaking bad as one of the probably three greatest television shows of all can't wait to go watch it when all my god it's so good madmen car mad men up there I didn't watch mad men but I heard it was a great show never got into it for some reason yeah do you ever go back and watch banshee like I recommended.

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"reilly" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

04:22 min | 2 years ago

"reilly" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Pulled into Reilly auto parts and before I knew it an employee was offering to install the wiper blades on my card I got to stay out of the snow for a moment and I still made it to work on time to Los Angeles California we go Jeffrey user hello is there for your on there how can I help you thank you very much I'm looking to lease a car you wondering where can you I'm pretty open to any make or model but something affordable could be a contact subcompact subcontractors you'd be is there was source for that can turn to see if we get a deal in manufacture giggles aren't we so there's always there's always lease deals in your market LA is just I mean it's the least capital of the world generally speaking Toyota and Honda have the best lease incentives and it's not something that they shout about you know it's not like we're gonna Forder Chevrolet where you're looking at three thousand dollars in rebates for zero percent APR Toyota Honda do it very quietly and in one of the reasons that they their lease deals are so good the residual values are high because the resale value on their products are high so when you've got a high residual then you're gonna get a low monthly payment plus they both like to lease I think Toyota probably just a little bit more than Honda but but that's going to be your two best lease deals out there without a shadow of a doubt trust me on that one thank you for your time you're welcome Sir and you know I mean the Toyota loves to do places they figured out years ago that if they can get people on the shorter cycle also twice as many cars and it it just infuriates me the some of the car companies encourage people to do a long term loan I mean Ford he's got a special right on some of their cars if you go eighty four months easy I mean eighty four months along that is not much interest there is even a low rate look out low interest rates we're talking about today the only something else along those lines you did it internally for months alone you could trade for six years and that's a minimal I looked at a third party lease company website this week they're all their leases were for fifty four months and there's there's there's some for the luxury car dealers there's some lenders out there that will do over a hundred month financing wow during the last two hundred months don't do that so the diesel truck driving better the card from the U. essay help one eight hundred ninety six seventy seven seventy seven news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd San Antonio and I heart radio station news on kera McCue in Thailand a soldier went on a shooting spree in the town of core at north west of Bangkok killing at least twenty and wounding several more it began on a military base on the outskirts of the town when a soldier killed his commanding officer then another soldier then a sixty three year old woman then went on a shooting spree inside the town itself before and during a shopping mall boxes Ryan Chilcote the shooter now holed up in that mall the first American to succumb to the corona virus has died in China meanwhile officials here trying to keep things contain that's why we put the travel restrictions in place that we did last week they have been working effectively we've screened over twenty thousand people coming straight from China and of those only ten have required quarantining acting homeland security secretary Ken Cuccinelli on fox America is.

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"reilly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

13:18 min | 2 years ago

"reilly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Of course around the country and Churchill today by the way it's nice very nice card and the race the kind of caught my eye the sex mile on the turf for two year old fillies and the most actually had to start the few sisters Judd Mont hard-spun Philly Trapeze eum looks interesting and looks like she's working well for debut and of Course Bill Maher has changed his Mo and Can Pop with the first or after a long sea stretch when when he couldn't racing picks up here tomorrow and the Lore restricted mile turf is the feature and there's a couple of good good maiden happens to be a interesting maiden race there's the two year old fillies going a mile on the main so things starting to pick up toward the weekend and you can pick up Kelly Riley's voluminous analysis of the international participants and nobody nobody combs through these international horses to find every about them like Kelly does and then she feels compelled to communicate everything it's like the the information has to come out of you Kellyanne and down on paper Thirty pages worth of insights good morning good morning hoppy to the ANA so disgusting international Super Kelly I gotta ask how much of the research because it's not possible to just get the pre entries on last Monday you're obviously tracking the international horses all year long and we've talked to other times and we've talked about your reports for Ascot and and for the Dubai et Cetera but how many horses are you tracking as we approach the pre entries and then how much of that work that is augmented after the pre entry day it would be much easier and probably prolong my life span if I really were on top of every single horse going in to reentry but the truth is there's so much else that I have to do cover and be involved in that I read reduced like I'm playing catch up a lot and I was watching the MARTINIS meeting in Europe and I keeping keeping tabs on the majors dealt with over there and seeing divisions are shaping up so certainly I have monitoring it to a certain extent but when it comes to like really getting in the weeds on the courses I really am ah round the clock like for the last week and a half just going back and watch and we're watching replays and really digging in you know looking up old news reports and everything so there is a part of it is just kind of your keeping the pulse as leading dollars is a lot easier if I could just immediately say oh yes you know like I remember that horse three months ago but occasionally there will be something that that as I'm watching the race live during one of the Martine meetings I said I will kind of make a mental note about horse like you know one of the perfect examples really by can juvenile turf sprint with your alligator alley he's got to one in there in the morning line eighteen that race would immediately put him in a note book because it was just that sets run with the total mass look more like a rugby ball something stretch on and yet he's still recovered the finish second to a really good selling liberty beach so when I saw that I thought you gotTa Watch that alligator alley so occasionally you might have a horse like that stays in the fine you happen to see you know when when clapping and but but more often than not it's more a matter of just you're going back and doing a lot of the elbow grease heat up to the stop and I glad you started with the juvenile turf sprint because it is the place it's kind of funny zero international participation in the Saturday turf sprint and yet you know half the field international participants in the Juve's and let's start worked there Kellyanne I'm already getting nice notes from on twitter somebody just said let me see who it is said Mark Mustafa saying out tell Kelly this year's scouting report is outstanding so there you go wonderful the main thing I really just wanted to provide much information and some with some degree of analysis and opinion but my main mission is to provide the information reader you know dictate your picks Adam Strategy from there so I'm so glad that it's serving the purpose well and when you look at at the juvenile because it's it's such a funny such a funny circumstance around the history of of the route races where the the phillies have been have been a very difficult assignment for the internationals as opposed to the boys and when we look at the juvenile turf sprint this is only the second official year there has been some some tinkering and actually when they when they had the one that I think high tail one I can't remember of euros came for that one I didn't look at that chart but it gives us a feel for this group because they do feel even with Wesley Ward a serious presence in the juvenile turfs Brent it does feel like these international participants have a big shot in ear definitely with the the leading national allie certainly properly horace and he won the Norfolk very impressive we were last night even though the margin wasn't that big he traveled really wealthy take quickened and Frankie Dettori out but he was kind of idle in the end what Ventura rebel come from coast to him but the thing that really sticks out about that not only did he really us just visually in that race but the fact that you know the toy felt strongly that he wanted better ground and of course north on soft ground and he has since act one the flying shoulders and talk to Sir on on good going and I thought he traveled better even in that race that he had on southbound Alaska so if you're if you're good enough Roy last night race on a surface that's not quite your ideal recidivist coke well enough with it but if you can do that and you're working from ground that much Aug. Go ahead and also tone sign and Christopher you have to kind of an offer he had said that he was really like like a proper seal type like small and need I think that's the other thing which is what for you juvenile's a is it a horse that's already peaking at two this is vague to create not as good as they are going to be a very good they're not really not quite looking ahead to next year with them and thinking they'll develop into something even more than what they've shown so far Brooke Horse who basically looks like a straight two year old hype Stevie precocious that power going to be the type of campaign here that might explain also partly European pop up big president Juvenal Spike because their courses are pretty much at the peak right now so you're GonNa go you're GonNa go places you're going for the big prize while while you know they're at the top of their game whereas Kurt Sprint proper of course European still been shut out of that race I manage to win it and I think partly case of you already know what the historical record is so you're gonna go there maybe not be at your best dazzling five phones around the turn there whereas with the babies they're still the maybe they're not quite as as set as as the older sprinters are who already accomplished going on the straightaway totally different ballgame going high and there's two aspects of this that I want you to address and it doesn't it isn't just about this particular race it it's about euros in general a five furlong turf sprint obviously you blow the break here you've got problems and in one note that you've seen consistent instant amongst these starters and these horses all are really experienced you've got these six participants have made five eight nine in six starts compared to a lot of the domestic runners that are making typically a third fourth and maybe even a fifth st art but I I saw as I read how often you talked about the horses that didn't break well and euros come over here and it's it's very typical that they do not get out of the gate the way our horses do and of course you know we've got the Lucas's and Baffert's that that basically came from quarterhorse backgrounds Bret Calhoun etc that that really drill their babies to break running and how much of a compromise or or how much how badly compromised are are these two year olds in the spotlight this if they don't get out of the gate I mean you couldn't much can't catch off you know I it really difficult and that's partly you can try try that dress that by preparing them knowing that they're gonNA have to better but I mean habits and of course being two year old in general you can you can never crow on on especially the big occasion and then might get shafted or you know whatever so it can never be sure if they're gonNA break even the serve the been prepared to in his that you're you're hoping that they at least get off to reasonable beginning and that's one thing that I thought was to go back to another in his favourite timing I would specifically broadened to Wolverhampton for a workout that he could get used to navigating turn at speed knowing that he's Gonna have to be that here so I think that's one of the things that the horsemen can try try to be proactive and just get them in the minds of the company are going to have to do before the other part of this and and you talk about negotiating the turn and deterrent comes up quick obviously in a five for long-term sprint and about what I think half of these have run on the straight including Ali and then the other half including let's see Dr Simpson He had left hander so did dream shot band practice who seems very interesting band practice has only run on the straight same with Alli gator alley how you know how how do you typically treat this when it comes to making the transition from the straight to the turn I would hope and this is where it gets more on trying to extrapolate from watching them in the races I think so much just depends on the individuals that alligator alley adding blinkers here you know he might that might make him a little bit sharper more responsive possibly with that unpack that she looks like a work in progress where she worked still really green and her I see writers and and that to me with her she looks just he really has like road to speed things on the inside like Gosh I hope I hope she really you can can navigate that term well because she she looks like the first races she's trying to basically coordinator south and of course with Kiel's growing and changing and developing you know maybe she's fine by now but that was the one thing to me six so that everybody knows who we're talking about band practice for Archie Watson and James State's got dream shot as well as alligator alley Joseph O'Brien Tom Dascomb with Dr Simpson and then a further outside Ali Simon Christopher going to be the vying for favouritism with Wesley Ward four wheel drive and then King Neptune Aidan O'Brien some thoughts about what we've which of these six rank them up and down well on I think we have to rank pop of international.

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Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"reilly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

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"reilly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

17:58 min | 2 years ago

"reilly" Discussed on Thoroughbred Racing Radio Network

"Sirius Xm Ford's presents raises with Steve The horse racing handicapping interviews this is Laurie who's with stupid the Nida Breeders Cup Twenty nineteen a very good Wednesday race Vance series through nineteen talk about that in a second Sirius Xm to a one sports oh nine sixty four you're listening to Siriusxm online at websites the VIC dot com and I mentioned about about serious we learned a lot yesterday about satellite technology there W- There was the weirdest thing apparently about fifteen percents radio's fifteen percent that were that are somehow service out of the Atlanta Engineering it's who I didn't even know there was Atlanta engineering had some issue yesterday and we we got like a smattering of people saying are you not on the channel and it affected apparently certain kinds of radios the certain whatever certain there are obviously we all have different issues and with the different kinds of Sirius radios could acquire over the recent here's a really interesting later in the day because we were researching engineering was confused and then they got to the bottom of it and I I think that they know what happened and hopefully one hundred percent of you are hearing the discussions today three hours and and we have to look back before we look ahead because yesterday as soon as we got off the air in addition to researching the engineering the word came that Max `field was being withdrawn adding used whatever term you want to demur declared really especially after having talked to brandon on the fly on Monday feel terrible for Godolphin but everybody very STOIC and understanding of the situation he just yesterday they did not like the way he was traveling and in fact they they kind of broke off things and and brought him back to the barn and it didn't take too long for the decision to be made and the diagnostics continue something in the right front was was just a mess and so obvious and no no initial issues that were immediately apparent that normally would be so no choice but to pull back and wait with Max field for some of the even bigger goals ahead I don't WanNa say bigger goals because Breeders Cup juvenile obviously a big goal but there will be plenty of opportunities down the road so Max `field comes out and that leaves us with the field of eight four Friday for the juvenile for the feature and I thought I thought unquote. In particular the Dale Romans Romans I thought he was the horse to beat and that was that was very gracious of Dale to say under the circumstance and Baffert talked about being very sympathetic knowing what it's like when you know when American Pharaoh couldn't participate and which at the time felt was the biggest disappointment of his career so Godolphin plays on the biggest thing Ages and Jimmy Belt actually I thought his too was was appropriate where he said it's hard but it's easy then maybe Steve forty-five minutes later word circulated that Doug O'Neil was taking the same precautions with Landis Gog and his situation you know even even more of a of a murky just not one hundred percent this doesn't like the way the worse was acting and just didn't feel like he could go into the race if he was going to be less than one hundred percent they're not gonNA participate great and Doug O'Neill I thought same thing just you can't even call it airing on the side of caution it's just taking the appropriate precautions so you can take Landis Scott who was the eight out of the juvenile out of the juvenile out of the sprint and able to do obviously disappointed from that standpoint and loses amount but leaves us with nine and imperial hint moves in one and Mattera and of course with whitmore now lining up next to imperial in that's that that's kind of notable because and I hadn't thought about this until now looking down at the at the list that puts imperial hint you know a jump into the race with chance a lot is inside and land skied who himself was going to contribute certainly to the pace and now with him out of the out of the lineup you do get the sense that imperial hint depending on how Castellano wants to play it now gets a chance to kind of walk and and sit off the hip of chance a lot interesting and of course the terrorist sky and the suggestion made yesterday that you know who was I talking to I guess it was Dandy he's not so convinced that Mattera sky is going to be able to keep up with with the likes of imperial hint and chance a lot so to developments obviously that affect things that I've clearly Melendez scoggins nicer horses he is you didn't necessarily have him have the involved in your sprint considerations I wouldn't imagine and Max field the much bigger obviously Bigger story and I would imagine that you know for those that are putting things together the the two horses that stop in everybody's considerations not everybody's but you know depending how you're looking at the race I would say that scabbard of course becomes the the other horse with eight rings and Dennis's moment and I still I still feel like I'm going to involve show the court I started court excuse me in some way way shape or form so we'll get everybody's added insights as the next couple of days unfold and into Friday's juvenile action and I as I As I said to Jennifer white noise saw earlier this morning and I said well let's hope that we can keep every buddy from this point on that I mean there's nothing nothing more frustrating than has disappointing really then getting this close to these kinds of opportunities and having you know having a problem and having to withdraw once things have already been established so will establish a lot of international conversation I think today and plenty of pedigree to Kelly Reilly we're GonNa talk to Kelly from Brazil slash twin spires she put together a fact Ed brought this up with that did on Friday she's put together a thirty thirty page report addressing every angle international participant and she basically walks through their background and their race career their preferences for footing and styles and we won't go over all all of the international entrance they don't want to take away the don't want to take away her thunder from all the work she did but it as always she is so thorough and does a beautiful job so we will look forward Kelly Reilly visit plead for peace going through it's GonNa come out this morning and sit in for as long as he wants said Fernando the top of our to sire watch pedigree focus brought to you by hill and Dale and sit speaking of international he wrote a wrote a piece that used laforce actually as a focal point and talked about German breeding and is placement and pedigrees and what it what it brings to the party generally Madero and you think of the the the hardiness that the German pedigree influences that they are generally acknowledged to bring what kind of a hearty rangy there's a lot of acknowledgement that you fold some some German blood into the into your breeding and you get a dose of hardiness that's that's probably the last sit about your bone bone density bold things like that I do remember that was warded off years ago a violent shoe back to not not fall into the the trap of always saying that the German pedigree horses love soft going that I remember that was always had fever of Allen's and he he would he would go crazy if you if you brought up the soft going and how the German worse was would get over it that's a that's an olive alive stay out Scott Hazelton for DVD is going to swing by and I put out a of requested Richmond Glory and hopefully we can get big in with them and of course the two of them were so good together and Whenever I have an opportunity to have rich and Scott talk together we do it and hopefully rich right now he's might be out might be tending to the to the barn duties at his place so as soon as we hear from me and we'll maybe confirm and also international Nick Luck at some point and if we're not sure if we'll be today if it's not today will be tomorrow and of course always the potential for a drive by in fact speaking of some of the the drive-by visits so Carlos Martin first thing this morning and Carlos on hand for come dancing I told them you know very excited for Carlos to have this kind of an opportunity and as we discussed yesterday in fact feels like she's got she's got a a a real chance to impact the affiliate and Mayor Sprint one of the things I WanNa do it today tomorrow and into Friday one also talk about the the favorites and the vulnerabilities the the ones that people are viewing as less reliable as the ones you're gonNA lean on and the ones that you wanna take a shot against and after the raw on Monday if people have now had a good you know twenty four hours to absorb the way the the races unfold so we'll do some of that as well and Mike Walsh I gotta get to to Mike and I did acknowledge the the the tweet I've gotta reach out Gary Young and because people are very curious how remade out yesterday on the golf course so we'll get we'll get an answer we'll get an answer there I love it we're going to take a break and come back and set up with Kelly Reilly as we do that I WANNA get in a couple of pieces of news just because you know the the industry and things continue to happen aside from here obviously there was a notable meeting on Monday the Kentucky Drug and Research Council which you know is a an underpinning of the KHRC and in fact as I go to talk about this there's banks from blood horse who I think wrote the piece that I'm going to reference the the drug and Research Council refused to not approve but to recommend the proposal about the lace phase out for Kentucky and a five to three vote and most notably the the five that voted against are actual veterinarians who deal with actual horses and the recommendation the the in one direction or another isn't anything that necessarily demands the KHRC follow it it's the recommendations recommendation but the the concept not not being recommended for approval by the the drugs Research Council group so we'll see how that plays out then of course this all comes from you know the the missive from earlier in the year from the strong rope and their suggestion and and exploitation to the rest of the industry to follow them and they're attempts to change the narrative from what was happening here program announcement four turf way to and also out of that meeting I should mention one extra day for Kentucky downs so they'll have sex instead of five days turf way with a terrific the purse boosts we had heard about and and kind of assumed with Churchill's involvement also piece of news Syrup Toga didn't have specifics but Nyerere saying yesterday that you can expect the same template for the summer season next year so the five days eight weeks so back it up from Labor Day and pick your weekends come for the Heat stay with us no wait a minute let me try to discuss that with Tina we're going to discuss the international writers Kelly Reilly next rely would say that the data the.

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WTVN

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"reilly" Discussed on WTVN

"Final moments bill Reilly is with us bill Reilly dot com all right so if you had to pick today who do you think gets the democratic nomination just got done saying about would Biden I'm gonna succumbing to go with him because I think that in the south Midwest and upper Midwest Democratic Party there is not going to be the San Francisco Democrats and I think it's a when you get someone who emerges Bernie Sanders forget it all right he's not going to get the nomination Elizabeth Warren I can't imagine she what so it's Harris's Kamala Harris but if you look at what she did in in the Cavanaugh hearings and now there's a new book out about questioning Christine blazing Ford that can be used against her all day long so I think that the money the Democrats the powers behind the throne that you don't even know their names they would like Biden to be the nominee I'll say this to aid in normal more conventional times I would say absolutely bill o'reilly I agree with you I think things are so up ended right now if I had to guess today I would say the people that I'm paying the most attention to Biden's in there but he's not at the top would be camallo Harris booted judge believe it or not and and but I think Bernie Sanders holds a special place in the heart of the hard left and if he can get that base to coalesce around him and not split the vote with the rest of the crowd he could sneak away with the nomination not say I I haven't centers no chance at all booted judge I don't think so if he had he was the upswing now Cheney is on city safe I mean I do not record is is vin is they can get however Donald Trump adore experience in politics and he's president so you can't just throw them out the window I mean the judges would know very articulate but I'm still saying the Democratic Party doesn't want to get killed in this election and you put somebody other than Biden up there and the George McGovern spect for what is dramatically look they're not thinking rationally there there is a raid psychosis and some mass psychosis rage in the Democratic Party trump lives in their minds it's so hard to convey what amounts they want to beat him and that's the money people you know even in Hollywood even people I know and I know a lot of in Hollywood they are crazy left people all right but they in old then I don't see them so we only got a good win all right we'll see well we have a lot of a lot of time to watch and cover and all the we never know the conditions in October before an election November twenty twenty but it's fun to speculate about bill Reilly thank you bill Reilly dot com for all things Riley quick break right back we'll continue straight to.

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Fresh Air

08:55 min | 3 years ago

"reilly" Discussed on Fresh Air

"What is your home? The shovel you do remember. John C Reilly our guest with Joaquin Phoenix in the film, the sisters brothers. Tell me a little bit about the relationship between you and walking Phoenix. I mean, this the relationship between the brothers is intense, and he sort of known as an actor who, you know, very intuitive. You never get the same performance twice. When you when you re shoot a scene just tell me a little bit about the relationship. Yes. So joaquin. Yeah. Yeah. He is a very intense reputation as as an instinctual actor, and for good reason, I think walking is pure Lous among actors myself included, you know, watching him on film, like, for instance, in the film, the master. I there's not many people in the whole world that can do that. And that can that can perform in such a way, you know, films such a prepared art form so much for hersal and discussion and set up in lights and Cam all of it. And then they say action and you're supposed to act like you've never done it. Before you know, and it's very hard to do to be spontaneous. After all that preparation. And Joaquin is just amazing that way, you can't tell what what Keane is going to do next when you watching him on film. I describe it jokingly almost as like watching a raccoon go through the garbage cans like what what is it climbing on top. What does he is? Like, you know, what watching keen on film is like watching a wild animal? I mean that that says a lot right there that statement watching him on film. That's one thing is it like that being on the set with them. You don't know. What's gonna? Yeah. That's that's that's how lives his life. And I really I have a lot of admirations for Joaquin in that way. He takes things moment by moment. He doesn't like to over analyze things or discuss about the future or reminisce about the past. He's very much living in the you know, he finds the groove and is living in the moment. And I think that's a really great way to live. I mean, I don't think it's an easy road for him. All the time because the rest of the world is not living in the moment. A lot of the time. But for an actor. I don't think there's a better quality than than that. And can you go for us at first because we didn't know each other. We knew each other little bit just briefly socially. But here we were supposed to play two guys. Who are symbiotically connected. You know, this these brothers who've spent every Suns rise and sunset together from the time. They can from the time they can remember. And here we were to actors were suddenly in Spain together, you know, practicing riding horses and shooting guns while we have a we have a steep mountain to climb in order to find the intimacy that these two brothers supposed to have in the way. I did it once, you know, I'm I'm pretty good at adapting to people. That's one of the reasons I think I keep doing duos over and over 'cause I work well with other people I can tell when I need to adopt. When I need to be the beta as opposed to the alpha, you know, I'm good at kind of like being adapted to people. So what I realized with Joaquin was I just have. To listen, not talk this listen. And if there's nothing if he doesn't wanna say anything, then that's okay. And be okay with the silence. So we would take these, you know, three hour long hikes together or horseback. Rides together or car rides together. We were living together for periods of the film where cooking dinner for each other. We would just be each other's presence. And that's how we found the relationship. I would just try to get my shoulder as close to his shoulder every day for as long as I could. And we'd be whether we're napping in a boulder together or were driving home after the end of shooting day or were cooking dinner together. That's how we found that relationship. And can you think of a time you're shooting scene and walking did something really unexpected that and you had to react to it? And it worked gave you something really create that was a daily occurrence. You know, you know, film is a very high pressure thing for actors. There's you're supposed to be very confident and act like you don't care and that ease is good on camera. But the fact is you really under the gun you're on the hot seat every single day and the tendencies to kinda wanna talk about things beforehand to make sure you're in a good spot. And you know, I did that a couple time with Joaquin a couple times with Joaquim. I said, hey, you know, when you say this. I'm thinking this, right? He's like why are you doing that? What are you doing what? I'm just talking about the scene. He's like man, we don't need to talk about that. It should just happen on film. What are you doing? You're killing it, you're killing the moment. And and made the mistake of doing just maybe once or twice with him. And it was such a great lesson. You know, like you said I'm veteran actor have been doing this for a long time. There's not, you know, not many people, I meet that that that teach me lessons at this point about acting. But I was so grateful for that lesson from Keene. I thought you know, what you're exactly right and the. Only reason I'm talking about this before we shoot it is because I'm nervous. I should just be okay with being nervous, and let us discover something on film because that that's really what films all about catching lightning in a bottle. You know, it's not about like executing. Well, what what what you've thought would would be good here. You know, it's about it's about discovering something on camera. That's that. I mean, if you can do that that's audiences find that very very engaging. So I'm really grateful for for those lessons that working taught me about staying in the moment, something I already knew being an actor who loves to improvise, you know, improvisation the heart of improvisation is be here. Now be in this moment, not the next one or the one that just happened. But right now, so that was a really good strengthening thing for me as an actor working with Joaquin tow. It reminded me of what all the important stuff was there are a couple of details on wonder. To ask you about one is the scene where you're lying down to sleep you sleep outside and a spider tarantula crawls into your mouth. And I guess you swallow it that looked so real how did you shoot that? Well, I had a hold very still the spider that we use his actually not venomous spider. It looks really scary. But it's not a train spiders spider Wrangler. I would just lay there and then close my mouth, and then as soon as they cut the camera open my mouth, and they get the spider out of my mouth. So that was a real spider. Crawling in your mouth. Yeah. No. Of course, it wasn't it with CGI. But isn't it interesting that we are now having this conversation that you are watching a special effect in the movie, and you can't tell another words if I tell you, it's a real sputter, you believe that it's a real spider. That's it's almost like the robots have one, you know, we're now at a place with special effects where you literally just have to know the behind the scenes truth in order to detect it. And I think that's a really exciting moment in film making when the illusion become so complete that we can no longer tell what is allusion what? Israel that in a way that is like movies coming into their own in the past with these kind of things you would kind of go. Well, that's a computer affect or that's a that's a rubber spider. Of course. They couldn't get a real spiders do that. Now, we we've gotten to a place in film, where the effects are so good that you know. Okay. Complete. There was no real spot. Let me be clear lows pulling your leg before to make a point was no real spider. All right spiders were harmed in the making of the sisters brothers. John C Reilly stars with Steve Coogan in the new film stand in Ali. He also appears with walking Phoenix in the film, the sisters brothers. We'll talk more after a short break. This is fresh air. Support for this podcast is brought to you by discover card. You check things all the time like your, Email or social media. But discover asks what about checking something as important as your credit score. Well, discover makes it quick and easy with their credit scorecard wishes free for everyone, even if you're not a customer, see your FICO credit score and other important credit information, and once, you know, your score, you should check to see if your current credit card is the best fit for you. Learn more at discover dot com slash credit scorecard. Limitations apply. What's unique about the human experience? 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