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"remar" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

Trivia With Budds

06:24 min | 11 months ago

"remar" Discussed on Trivia With Budds

"Welcome to another episode of the Trivia with Buds podcast I'm your host Ryan. Buds thank you so much for checking out the show and thanks for telling a friend about what I do on the daily sometimes weekly, sometimes bi weekly, sometimes whenever I get a chance to actually record in my crazy schedule and household full of kids But if you like the aliens movies if you like. These creepy acid spitting creatures you will love this episode. These were written by my friend. Brennan Peterson. For his birthday show, we did on facebook live a couple of weeks ago and mid-september there or early October rather and I thought this would be fun to do Halloween Week, just because they are pretty scary films we're going to jump into these right about now. Here we go. All. Right guys we have Aliens Franchise Film Trivia coming at you from Brennan Peterson. These are multiple choice. So good luck question number one. What was the name of the cat I? Two Alien Movies was Jonas Jerry. Jones E. Jonas. Jerry Jones leep number one number one. Number two, who was the one who unknowingly the alien onboard the nostrum Oh in the first alien was it Cain, Parker or ash number two Kaine Parker or ash unknowingly brought the alien onboard, the nostrum. Oh number two. And number three in the first alien. What was Ripley's job title on board? The NASTRO wasn't mechanic warrant officer or science officer in the first alien was Ripley's job on the nostrum. Oh. Was it mechanic warrant officer or science officer. And number four, who is the captain of the Nostrum Oh, Ripley Dallas or Cain Ripley Dallas or number four. Number five who was originally cast as Hicks in aliens. But later replaced by Michael Biehn was at James Russo James Remar or James spader James was it number five Question, six for aliens in aliens who doesn't Ripley initially trust because he's an android or synthetic human as he prefers to be called is that ash bishop or Hudson Hash bishop or Hudson who does Ripley not trust number six And number seven in aliens. What was the nickname of the girl who was the only surviving colony member Nellie Nat- or Newt? Nellie NAT- or Newt. Question Number eight game of thrones actor played Clemens Alien Three was Charles Dance Peter Dink Ledge or on being number eight. What came thrones actor played clemens and alien three Charles Dance or Sean Bean. And number nine in alien three. Ripley finds herself on a planet inhabited solely by what is it monks the Amish or convicts number nine Alien Ripley was is with monks amish or convicts. Two questions left here number ten in alien resurrection. What number clone is the Ripley that we meet One five or eight, one, five or eight for the Ripley Clone Alien Resurrection. And your bonus question name, the actor or actress. And the character name of the person that was revealed as an Android and alien resurrection named the actor actress and the character name of the person that was revealed an android and. Resurrection. Those are all your questions on aliens. We'll be back in just a second to see how you did. We are back with Alliens film franchise questions and answers. Let's see if you got all these correct number one what the name of the cat who is the in the first two alien movies was at Jonas Jerry Jones E. IT was Jones e number, one Jones -I. Number two, who was the one who unknowingly brought the alien on board, the strategy and the first alien that was Cain like one of my favorite wrestlers, the big Red Machine Kane number two, number three in the first alien what was Ripley's job on board? The nostrum? Oh she is a warrant officer Warrant Officer. And number four, who is the captain of the nostrum Oh that's Dallas number four Dallas. Number five who was originally cast as Hicks in aliens. But later replaced by Michael Biehn. That is James Remar James Remar. And number six, who is the synthetic human as he prefers to be called in the movie aliens Bishop Bishop. Number seven aliens what is the nickname of the girl? WHO's the only surviving colony member? That's Newt Newt. And number eight what game of thrones actor played clemens and alliens three Charles Dance Charles Dance. Number nine and Alien Three Ripley finds herself on planet inhibited solely by convicts although the Amish Angle would have been fun I think number nine convicts and Number Ten and Alien Resurrection What Number Clone is the Ripley we meet that is Ripley number eight Ripley's believe it or not, and the bonus next the actor actress and the character name of the person that was revealed as an Android and alien resurrection that is known a writer as the character call C. A. L. L. One owner rider as call. Guys an episode on the Aliens Franchise from Brennan Peterson, thank you so much for listening and playing along one more thing for you call the fact of the day and the fact of the day is there are two credit cards for every person in the United States to credit cards for every person in US get off your credit cards guys. I. Did it like three years ago and? It's A very big part of being able to make money in life. So don't use credit cards if you want my help on how I did it happy to give you the bullet points it's super easy and you can do it. So that is my little public service announcement for credit cards don't use them I still do have one until we buy a house and Then once we buy a house and I won't ever use credit again, I will definitely agree to that last one but I keep that one at a zero balance and That's it. All right. We're going to jump in to the end of the show here. So thank you for listening for a friend of we'll see you next time for more trivia with buds cheers..

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30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

Marketing School

03:47 min | 1 year ago

30 Lessons After 30 Million SEO Visits

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric. Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA. Talk about the this part. Four thirty lessons after thirty million Seo visit, so are we starting on number twenty four? The riches are in the niches, so if you try to make a news website, or if you try to be everything to everyone, you can have a harder time making things especially if you're starting out in the beginning I think Oh my God, all these new leads news websites they get all the traffic I should make news websites, but think about it. What resources do you need to make a news website happen? If you're small, it's better for you to think. Think about what are you actually good at just focus on that? Google likes focus search engines like focused when you go to my blog or you're gonNA Neil Plug. It's focused on marketing. This podcast is focused on marketing so niche sites are were you are GonNa, find the riches number, twenty five easy way to generate more roi from your SEO is Remarka-, all those people and push ads to him whether it's through facebook youtube. Google, what you'll find is way cheaper clicks and a lot of them will convert because remember how you're limited on what you can do to your Seo. Landing pages maximize your revenue and conversions unlike pay per click, click also expensive, but doing remarking ads. There's a lot of remnant inventory and you can make quite affordable. Twenty six is think about how you can make the most of your titles on your Meta descriptions. So what you can do is you can go to Google search console, look at the pages that have a high impression count, but a little click the rate right a better title, right a better than a description. You can do that with Google for free, or we haven't tool called clone allows you to do that number twenty. Seven. If you're trying to figure out what pages to ignore, ready talked about you need update content. Spend more time on it, but a lot of people that like. Where should we spend our time on content when it comes, Seo Click full has concert decay tool. Check it out. The ones that are decaying the fastest are the ones that you need to spend the majority of your time and improving verse. Twenty eight Faq Schema. The search engine result pages. The Serbs continue to change. You have to think about how you can find more opportunities to entice people to click through to your website so Faq Schema allows you to add specific points or questions to your search results snippet, or you're just your search result, you can add to snippet on top or the bottom of it, but you have more real estate there. You'll get more clicks so just Google let efficacy Schema number, twenty nine Google isn't the only search engine being Seo. Seo You can actually get a lot of traffic from being. You can get a lot of traffic from by, do you? WanNa go into China. You get a lot of traffic from Janda ex. Another place that is really popular that most people ignore when it comes, SEO is video seo and going after youtube grabs a ton of us right now. I think in the last thirty days on Youtube I think we average around one point two one point three million views. Most of it came from Youtube Seo. All right number thirty last, but not lace. You can do a lot with head tail keywords, but typically they're more competitive, so had till keyword might just be like digital marketing, or you can go for something different such as digital lessons, which is probably still competitive by adding more detail right, but the more long-tailed keyword is the more you're going to be able to achieve, because it's less competitive, and you are going to be able to especially if it's very specific in many cases, it's you know it's it might be higher converting for yourself. It's autumn funnel, but don't just focus on had terms. That's my point. Think about how you can occupy positions around. Around long tail keywords, and

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"remar" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

03:26 min | 1 year ago

"remar" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"remar" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:38 min | 1 year ago

"remar" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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"remar" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"remar" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Jeopardy's Osas, basically, the most wealthy person ever. You know he runs. Amazon also runs blue origin. Blue origin, is a company that they make rockets. They also make moon Landers. Now, you know they've been working on that for a little while they're also making a crew capsule. And in jeopardy's those regarding Mars show this coming up this conference, he talks about some things, it's not only about space, some of the stuff that they talk about is about artificial intelligence machine. Learning robotics automation. And since Jeff owns Amazon, all of these things are super important to him what not only to him, but his businesses Amazon makes ungodly amounts of money. And they have to find ways to streamline that process. So Jeff will be speaking and other speakers will also be speaking about the importance of machine learning in the way that it will be optimizing businesses in the future. Now, Jeff said in a statement, we're at the beginning of a golden age of AI. Recent advancements have already led to invention that previously lived in the realm of science fiction. And we've only scratched the surface of what's possible. So be ready for a lot of AI talk at this conference, and there will also be special guest in that special guest will be iron man, Robert Downey junior. I have no idea what he's going to be doing there. But he'll be there too. Probably talk about the I, maybe he'll talk about iron man, and how he became a hero to millions of people worldwide. And Amazon does a lot of AI stuff already. So this shouldn't be news to anybody. They have AWS, which is their servers Amazon, web services, they can host websites. They do a lot of things for apps. They host some of the biggest websites and apps in the world. So they're competing with Microsoft, and Google IBM in others who provide similar services, and they're going to be talking about innovation and interactive workshops, they'll be doing robotic demos. There's going to be a hundred sessions here and it's invite only so you have to be cool in order to get any to have like some sort of clout to get into this

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"remar" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

SPACE NEWS POD

03:51 min | 2 years ago

"remar" Discussed on SPACE NEWS POD

"Hello. And welcome back to the space news pod, a daily podcast about space science in tech. I'm your host will wall in, in this episode. Jeff Bezos does a yearly conference called regarding Mars are e colon Mars. And this year's conference is happening pretty soon in Las Vegas, and I'm gonna shed some light on what's going to be happening at that conference, what Jeff's going to be talking about what's going on with blue origin, and also what attendees will be able to do with one of blue origins ships. But before I get into that. I want to ask you for a favor. Could you please go to I tunes or wherever you get your podcasts and rate, the podcast give it a star rating of whatever you think it's worth? And if you write a review that would be even better. So just take a second. It'll probably. Take twenty seconds to do that, at the very most. So he could do that. It'd be really meeting, and I want to say thank you so much for doing that. And also subscribe to the podcast if you haven't already and I put out at besides every single day. So if can't cool and let's get into some Amazon stuff, let's get into some Jeff Bezos. Let's get in some regarding Mars, so jeopardy's Osas, basically, the most wealthy person ever. You know he runs. Amazon also runs blue origin. Blue origin, is a company that they make rockets. They also make moon Landers. Now, you know they've been working on that for a little while they're also making a crew capsule. And in jeopardy's those regarding Mars show this coming up this conference, he talks about some things, it's not only about space, some of the stuff that they talk about is about artificial intelligence machine. Learning robotics automation. And since Jeff owns Amazon, all of these things are super important to him what not only to him, but his businesses Amazon makes ungodly amounts of money. And they have to find ways to streamline that process. So Jeff will be speaking and other speakers will also be speaking about the importance of machine learning in the way that it will be optimizing businesses in the future. Now, Jeff said in a statement, we're at the beginning of a golden age of AI. Recent advancements have already led to invention that previously lived in the realm of science fiction. And we've only scratched the surface of what's possible. So be ready for a lot of AI talk at this conference, and there will also be special guest in that special guest will be iron man, Robert Downey junior. I have no idea what he's going to be doing there. But he'll be there too. Probably talk about the I, maybe he'll talk about iron man, and how he became a hero to millions of people worldwide. And Amazon does a lot of AI stuff already. So this shouldn't be news to anybody. They have AWS, which is their servers Amazon, web services, they can host websites. They do a lot of things for apps. They host some of the biggest websites and apps in the world. So they're competing with Microsoft, and Google IBM in others who provide similar services, and they're going to be talking about innovation and interactive workshops, they'll be doing robotic demos. There's going to be a hundred sessions here and it's invite only so you have to be cool in order to get any to have like some sort of clout to get into this thing. All right. I'm gonna take a quick break in wanna get back. I'm going to be talking about blue origin. What are people going to be able to do.

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"remar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"remar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Is, is absolutely horrific every time there is another instance, and I mean violence on the street and violence from from DC or state houses. There is a great deal of information available and a lot of people on social media. Who are very outraged. But. When you look at the protests that that that materialize. That's not you don't see the same level of, of engagement, and I think that it's something that we focus on throughout the book and something that will continue to be the story that does not get enough attention. Is that the most marginalized members of an already marginalized community have not been given the priority that they deserve have not been given the credit they deserve. It's not enough to trot them out during June. We have a great deal of work to do the queer homeless youth is an epidemic queer elders. Don't have access to affordable housing, too many reinforced back into the closet think goes on and on. And on a lot of the issues are the same as they ever were. It's just they're a little bit more rainbow and to go back to your earlier, point, according to the human rights campaign in twenty eighteen at least twenty-six transgender people were killed in the United States. Most of whom were black women this year, at least five people have been killed. I will say their names now. Dana Martin Ashanti Carmen clear, llegado, Malaysia Booker, and Michelle to make a Washington. My guests have been Matthew Remar and late and Brown there, the curator's behind the LGBT history, Instagram account and their new book is called. We are everywhere, protests, power and pride in the history. Of queer liberation, Matthew late. And thank you so so much for joining me. Thank you. Coming up after the break David driver will join me to talk about songs from the stonewall jukebox alive show at symphony space, and we're gonna get a special in studio performance. You're listening to all of it. I'm should meet the best sue, we'll be right back after the break. Support for WNYC.

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"remar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"remar" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Number is, is, is absolutely horrific every time there is another instance, and I mean violence on the street and violence from from DC or state houses. There is a great deal of information available and a lot of people on social media, who are very outraged. But when you look at the protests that, that that materialize. That's not you don't see the same level of, of engagement, and I think that it's something that we focus on throughout the book and something that will continue to be the story that does not get enough attention. Is that the most marginalized members of an already marginalized community have not been given the priority that they deserve have not been given the credit that they deserve, and it's not enough to trot them out during June. We have a great deal of work to do the queer homeless youth is an epidemic queer elders. Don't have access to affordable housing too many reinforced back into the closet. It goes on and on and on a lot of the issues are the same as they ever were. It's just they're a little bit more rainbow d- and to go back to your earlier, point, according to the human rights campaign in twenty eighteen at least twenty-six transgender people were killed in the United States. Most of whom were black women this year, at least five people have been killed. I will say their names now. Dana Martin Ashanti Carmen clear, llegado, Malaysia Booker, and Michelle to mak- Washington. My guests have been Matthew Remar late and Brown there, the curator's behind the LGBT history, Instagram account and the new book is called. We are everywhere, protests, power and pride in the history. Of queer liberation, Matthew late. And thank you so so much for joining me. Thank you. Pleasure. Coming up after the break. David driver will join me to talk about songs from the stonewall jukebox alive show at symphony space, and we're gonna get a special in studio performance..

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"remar" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:24 min | 2 years ago

"remar" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I like labs, by the way. Well, she's up here. Let me I gotta get away for far called it. That's okay. Listen, we got we got callers to bark. Now, we have dogs who bark. She hates me when I started hollering your basketball. I get excited. She just okay. So you're asking me about a bejon and his salary is that right? Yes. Yes. I'm I'm Ben with Syracuse for probably three to thirty years now big east and all in he still there, and he's he's only been there once for the title because of Anthony. But I think he's he's over. He's too old to be there now after watching. Well, he may he may he's been to five he's been the five final fours. He's won one title. You're right with Carmelo. He's he's seventy four years old. And he's been there since he's been there almost forty years hasn't. He. Forty two. I thought I think he's been there too long I self, but that's just an opinion. Yeah. That's that's what I'm saying. In after watching me. The the NCW Turner at this year. They hind his way out of his class. I all those teams are so quick in fast. And they're so well coq you know, I thought I I thought thought couple. I thought three years ago when he went to the final four he should have walked away. And now it looks like it's it's it's never it's going to be a bad ending for him. His teams are I mean, I know they beat Duke this year. But they they they're just they're always on the bubble. And that's the that's no way to live when you're VM bay Heim. Well, I understand why still there. Hey, by the way, I didn't think it a coach in waiting for a while. And then that blew up or I'm trying to remember if that was. Yeah. Hopkins have California eat bright. He was there for twenty years. And then he went to Washington. And now he's doing great at Washington. Yeah. Well, that's the problem in, and I I happen to know is f- wanted director used to be my boss at ESPN, and he's a pretty tough guy. And I'm sure it it's not easy getting rid of someone like that when they're still winning. But I think Syracuse can do better than Jim boeheim. Oh, yeah. And I compare into Calhoun and Connecticut. Yeah. Well, there's a difference at didn't win three titles. Yeah. Any left? He did it be sitting around with one title in Christie could be mayor of the since the city for listen. I I think it's I agree with you. Sometimes I I mean, I I it goes for a lot of people and people just don't really understand it. It's it's always difficult to to determine when it's when is a good time to go something, I think about a lot of times in in observing. What's that? Oh, Mark says it right now. I don't know if that means for my career or to a break, I'll take a chance on the break and come back with much much more to listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Welcome back. So glad you're with us. What's grab some calls and Ed age is not a factor with Ed. Sunshine is. Ed. Good afternoon. That's that's why is it. Beautiful day forgotten little river, Paul really will beautiful. And you you have the Bischel on TV, really, the thank you. And the that Remar statement that was just wouldn't retire to seventy five, you know. Now, I've got questions for you though. You you made a comment earlier about the is hard to follow legend. In your in your opinion, who was the best. Toast, ever follow a legend. Well, you know, you think about the I tell you the most what are the most successful was in basketball, Joe b hall following Adolph Rupp, which everyone thought it would be impossible and he struggled early on dealing with the pressure. But ultimately in one thousand nine hundred seventy eighty won the national championship. And I it took a tremendous burden. I mean, it was it was a it was a joyless season because everyone expected it and when they did was they were they were relieved as opposed joyous. You're you're good..

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"remar" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"remar" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'll ride our ride. Our ride opens my show every morning and was the first line. He ever spoken to movie his first line ever was. Alright. Alright. Alright and became his catchphrase. And when he wanted his Academy Award for Dallas buyers club, of course, he had to say. All right. All right. All right. One of the one of the best first rolls of all time. Seriously. Let's see what else we got here. Chlorof- Lieberman and kiss me deadly. That's a good one James Remar in the warriors who love in that somebody's picking James Remar playing Ajax in the warriors. You know, we were talking about movies that we watch like over and over again warriors is another one of those. I know every frame of that movie. Yeah. I totally agree with that. Oh my God. How about diner first movies Ellen barkin, Paul Reiser? Tim Daly, also starred Mickey Rourke, Steve Greenberg and Daniel stern and Kevin bacon. Judy Garland wizard of Oz. Newt aliens she never went on to do anything else though. She went onto a she didn't she did not have a show business life. I don't even remember the actress name played Newt. Tony says Mitch and dazed and confused Mitchy. Mickey Mickey Mickey daisy confused had a lot of actors. That's another one like American graffiti, you go back and look at the cast as confused, and they all went on most of them a good portion of them went on to a lot of success and really cool ever really cool career. Glenn Arlington heights. He also says the Michelle Pfeiffer in Hollywood nights. The of course, the Michelle Pfeiffer is a reference to Ken peels valley drivers who mispronounce actors names all the time. Michelle, Pfeiffer swabs, everybody got to mess with the batmans. Liam neeson's. Jodi, foster and taxi driver that was that Jodi foster that was not her first movie Jodie Foster made a lot of movies before taxi driver because she she started out. I mean seriously as a baby, and she was the girl on the coppertone ads the little girl who's whose swimsuit was being pulled on by the dog. That was her. That was a gene that was her. That was Jodi foster. All right. Benicio del Toro in the usual suspects. That's Martin from Schaumburg that's a breakout role because Benicio del Toro would made a bunch of movies before usual suspects. But but that clearly was his breakout role that was where people want who the hell is this guy. So we got to break here for the news when we come back more unbelievable movie debut performances and breakout roles to talk about and we want to get your input at three one two.

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"remar" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"remar" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"To Lee Remar, just go back past all. Yeah. But he was he was nine last year. One of four theatre practitioners of color who have been awarded and pay a two year residents traineeship as part of arts council England fund program, recently, he was direct on British Britain's first all black production of guys and gals. What the fuck? I got to put in one arena more star freak out, but this Bush it anyway, what do you think about this listening? Got it. I want you article. One of the things we. I'll see if I can sign up for free Crowder, and it's shovel. Go ahead problem you've been fitted off of blackness even. So you as black. Yes, you benefited you got this first black, but they put you on these list, but he is a white person whose parents are. Why is grandparents why does no black DNA? DNA? Okay. Now that makes his why you said that the people's upset. Yes. Motherfucking hundred because. Are you taking space from somebody actually black? Dick actually could have been in that spot. Yeah. It's actually, okay. I I bet understand now. Yeah. I'm a sea of ACA find another site for free coz. Yeah. Because we're looking that's why I was thinking we'll be back, my jeans are white, but I'm black and if you can see from his haircut and the like he looks like the as a short cut purpose liking. Skinny, but I do I black dude. Like, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Like, maybe Jesse Williams type. Right. So that's where he black. And he claimed he white because he's been presenting as saying the people he's black, and, you know, letting them do it he caught himself African-born again. And he was given a job, man. For people of color opportunity was funded by four hundred six thousand four hundred six five four hundred six thousand five hundred dollar. Oh, sorry. Five hundred euro grant from the arts council.

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"remar" Discussed on Never Not Funny

Never Not Funny

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"remar" Discussed on Never Not Funny

"Of your usage and then gives you an update, you don't. It doesn't. It doesn't. It's not even reprimand. It's just a, it's just about awareness. Like right now I can. I can open this. Did you upgrade to the twelve there? Yeah, it's fantastic. You'll love it. Everything. It's it makes things faster for once the what? Really yet, actually, the the focus of this update was to optimize speed. So older phones, older devices to better. Whereas, you know, I've got the need. Do you need for speed? That's right. I don't care. So yeah, right now it says twenty eight minutes. I'm five minutes of my average us today. That's interesting. You've already use your phone twenty five minutes today. Twenty eight minutes. And what would you say use your phone? That means. Internet it breaks down in the mail or is too. Yeah, it'll it'll tell you what, what it is more specifically, what don't tell me that. Okay, because here's what I want to do in a future episode. I will get this new update update and I will compare it just to see how 'cause I it's. I, it's horrible. Yeah, I'm horrible. It's it's embarrassing. Hey, wow. Even tells you what website it doesn't just say browser. It says what websites? Mines vision. Interesting. Nine, your business where info. Oh, that's weird. Isn't it? I think it's wrong. I read an article on Forbes this morning, and it says I was only on there for fifty seconds, but I must have been on longer than that. Is that just your way to the reading Forbes? I was reading about fortnight. Okay. Forbes has become the foremost source of information for some reason because of the they both start with the same. I three letters. Yeah, I think they, they have, you know, they have their technology wing or whatever you call it the section of their thing, and they just decided we're gonna get clicks by always having info about what's new in fort fortnight and not just like not just like, oh, here's a new thing. They like go into depth. Thank you screen caps with circles of things that you need to know if you're trying to find something that a lot of the challenges are like, you have to go to five locations and you're like, okay, how do I do that? You just go to Forbes and tells you is Forbes covering that, hey, zero sense. I don't get it impression of Jimmy. Literally, just said that I'm expr- echoing, you're, you're acting agree with Wall Street Journal, doing movie reviews. Nobody goes the Wall Street Journal for movie. I do. It's an extension of them started with them covering video games because video games are big business. It's a huge industry. And so once you're covering the industry, then you're like, it's not. Far leap to then review games. And if you're reviewing games than you're like, hey, let's have some like play guides play basically. Yeah, it's weird. I agree that it's weird, but your lane. I mean, we don't. We don't. This is their late now. That's probably the only thing people go there for lanes anymore. We've had this conversation before, like all the cable channels of the history channel. There's no history on there anymore, right? It's like, oh, we TV's a comedy channel now, right? Can't we can't be thing that, oh, it isn't the most popular thing that applies to every single person. Everybody's got a generalized now in order to make enough money, I guess. And by the way you noy served under general is right. No, I'm aware that in and you told him I'll be damned. If we have underage kids in this army, not gonna stand for it, not gonna stand for it, and he court martial, of course, she does that since nation can't talk to general like that. It's not general is that that happens in magnum though. They're not in the military anymore, but they go to their former cabinet or whatever, and they yell at him. It's James Remar, you know that accurate guilt if you saw him, you would do you know James Remar. Yeah, that's texters dad, right? And he was on sex and the city. I, of course, remember him from tales from the dark side, the movie where he's a creep, he was always a creep in the eighties. Sheila's face show me..

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"remar" Discussed on /Film Daily

/Film Daily

02:57 min | 3 years ago

"remar" Discussed on /Film Daily

"Was bummed at the show got the axe so you haven't watched it you know the only two seasons so give it a shot if you have at your disposal and then i also decided to watch the phantom because it's on hulu and item i'm a sucker for this movie it's it's not good by any means but i love watching it so cheesy and goofy and makes no damn sense and i i just love how how like just melodramatic all the acting is like just what like the kind of here the billy's ain is in this movie is is such like a classic serial hero and it's it's so hamfisted and weird and i i love every minute of it i mean treat williams as a villain named zander drax you know you've got james remar as this like villainous version of indiana jones the the final setpiece looks like it takes place like on a stunt show set from six it's so gooby i love watching it like i remember seeing in theaters i was a kid and enjoying you and honest as an adult like i like it for so many different reasons than it's just because it's so bad and if you haven't listened to the how did this get made episode about the phantom do yourself a favor rewatch the phantom on hulu and then go listen to that episode because it's it's so funny okay we officially hit the longest episode of slash daily ever so it's be from this point forward we're going to keep on going brad at the fair you were at the county fair they always have these crazy foods like fried foods and stuff what did you eat yeah you honestly this year i was kind of disappointed because usually the fair has at least one new thing then it's like whoa check this out like last year like fried butter yeah last year one of the popular new things was they had it was basically chicken on a stick but it was covered in cornflakes and it was it was pretty good but they didn't have anything new this year that i was like oh man i last year at my fair everything was like something having to do with those what fiery cheetos what is that something pretty but accidents anything like that are fair this year but you know i had the standard fried oreos and corn went up at my favorite thing that i got this year is there's this one stand it's a cattleman stand or they they have a rib eye burger where it's they have a burger patty within they also have a slice of rib eye and they put cheese on it and it's just it's the meat is so tender and juicy it was it's so delicious definitely my favorite thing that i had the fair that here very cool all you've been eating this week no i did get this is something that i bought last week at a candy outlet store called lolly and pops and it is it's.

"remar" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"remar" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Khan i am brother yeah there's an emperor here and an older god see that's one star wars never bulled there was never anyone bigger than the emperor no i think shao kahn is vega well he's called the emperor this is all right anyway the point is that yes all of this is building up to family dynamics which yes is a part of star wars and every other epic but guess go ahead and keep insisting in the lineage of the hero's journey and so what will raden do he has to admit that matach on his back is the same dragon tattoo that all the enemies they've been vanquishing having brandishing i love that scene your tramp stamp is the same as all the trips seeing what's going on yeah maybe they just go see the same tattoo artists no they're all minted by the same father and that means that raden his brother is shout khan and what does that mean not much it means james remar is not good at martial arts and we'll die immortal and not fight as a god so lightning storms here we are not going to see the character fight as he would in the game he's going to basically lay down and let the other characters fight climax well speaking of lay down and let other curator's fight i'm ready to lay down and let this movie and but even i'm shocked when they go prepare for final battle is less than one hour the rooms will be merged six days past when did they sleep when did they baid.

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"remar" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"remar" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Of a tomahawk that must be the courage part that's where luke kings i gets a sign of his animality starts to grow scales and i'm like is he going to be reptile is what is he turning into oh they were building up to him turning into the dinosaur yeah oh i didn't even get that has animality oh inner t rex hence the dragon and the logo this whole thing is being tied to liu king now retroactively i don't think the makers of the game ever really saw him as the dragon but maybe he did turn into a dragon in the game though that was lou kings and no malady in later games not in their rigid mortal kombat no they didn't even have animality and the original right so the next lesson is don't mess around with other women 'cause he gets seduce lesch beat up by this vixen jade she has a bo staff and she obviously is going to be evil i didn't remember her the game is being on the sign of out world but just the way she shows up at everything i'm like you do not trust her yeah she even says that she's showing them the way to go back to out world because she escaped from there and later she's gonna conveniently beat one of the people and it's very clear she's in on the plot to capture these heroes but these fights are beyond lackluster right there so short there so many characters and each of them have to get a punch in that every fight seems to last the length of a commercial get them in get them out which is the attitude of cylinders being dictated you must have all of these characters there is nothing about the story that necessitates having all of these characters you have james remar in a movie and i think about the warriors finally it's a movie i really like how much easier would it be if we could go through this movie like the warriors did and neighborhood by neighborhood and counter different characters but you.

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"remar" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

The Flop House Podcast

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"remar" Discussed on The Flop House Podcast

"Both of those movies fine movies that they are not made me wish that i didn't have is in my face right any anywhere good ones anyway i'll tweet them those hashtag extra jobs it'll make sense of the episode comes out so the next morning they have that fight she really digs into his mommy abandonment issues because as you remember christians birth mother was what like a drug addict and she was wait a minute she was killed in front of him right or my thinking of dexter that's because dexter was found in a in a shipping container full of blood by james remar some late so brothers also serial killer yes that's right because everyone has a serial killer brother when you're a genius killer the miami the miami miami world of serial killers save so many killers per capita corvette show so he was because he had his his birth mother was dry a t went into foster care and was opted by the grays and this rich life so he has a lot of mommy vanishes jack hide calls anna out of nowhere says i kidnapped christian sister mia and i want five million dollars in two hours killer i was supposed to be christian grey he owes me a life i'm not gonna explain that right now forget i brought it up never mind i'm working through something she slips away from her bodyguard who is the sole bad keeping track of her she goes hey me in the library a library which has almost no books in it it's a pool room it has a pool table let me say this you should.

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"remar" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:46 min | 4 years ago

"remar" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Obviously the if people under 25 of never seen this booby range to see what they think half fast internet research corner here we go james remar often went without sleep before shooting his scenes to give ganz more of a psychotic look as if that because he was hanging out with nick nolte of third they built the every day the other when i moved a in the in the early 2000s than i move neighborhoods and james remar lived in my neighborhood and i would see him having coffee and stuff and might just hanging out with his dog and i always just expected to be like at people jack cades apparently the inspiration for sunny crockett in miami vice now now makes sense you believe that i i own disbelieve it they could have been brothers in guy i mentioned to deleted scenes that a i don't even know if there's a 48 hours blue red but the the one with kitson's girlfriend then there's an extended romans seen apparently with eddie murphy dance saying in a whole it and i'm not positive signal hung yet maybe there is a third busboy suck aver fy going up to the guy every like this is my wife hey guys you with my wife one night back we'll see met you brian man astle of the bartender romans you have you come your lot home comey offered hopes reggie hammond was initially named willy bigs saw but eddie thought it was too cliche in and borderline racists than commits and the changes in the eventually became over the regime in this one son me zach back you'd better or your good thing you're seeded.

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"remar" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

01:44 min | 4 years ago

"remar" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Before it goes to boys are back in town is arm go in dad sounds good serb shoes there is bidding dressed to go out today yes all they cared about where we're back at terror back the boys red yeah yeah i think i would write songs with the express purpose of getting a friday night residency at a bar have like we're not trying to write the white album or surgery pepper where china we're trying to flee torchy's or of ruminants both of those songs could have been played by the blues brothers and the blues brothers movie so i take it that if you're seeing all this stuff about the bus boys that you are less into the country music band at torture's orgies yet yet we've like that song is pretty good dude i think young areas re aged the best in i don't wanna step on the gan section that's coming lady at i don't want the sleep and how good james remar was as ganz one of the great psycho on the loose characters ever if not number one i don't even know who had put ahead of them on the cycles on the loose who would you put ahead of them realistic psychos on lewis this guy's leg even the hooker says at some point added to your in catching because i think he likes shooting cops were they is getting later that's what i wa saco disney even care about the prostitutes spill three there's not a lotta there's not a lot of competition for him in i don't think so even it's like what are you get tommy lee jones and under siege like 10 years later there the the the guys in the 80s were more slick businessmen like alan rickman in die hard yeah.

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