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Fresh update on "richard" discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

00:42 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "richard" discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Dear. It's one of those mornings. Okay. All right, yeah, that guy amazing the army vet that we just played. Richard fierro was his name. Say the hero's name and not the psychopath. Was it club key with his wife, daughter, and Friends on Saturday watching a drag show? And his, he was there with his daughter's boyfriend. Who was told. So he had four combat deployments in Iraq and Afghanistan. Obviously tackled the gunman, beat him bloody with his own gun. He said, I don't know exactly what I did. I just went into combat mode. I know I have to kill this guy before he kills us. And the mayor said he saved a lot of lives. I've never encountered a person who engaged in such heroic actions and was so humble about it. Yeah. I didn't even just some of these details. He said the gunman, he estimated way more than 300 pounds. Oh, my God. Right. Drag performers stomped on the gunman with his heels. I know those. Well, I know there was some talk on Twitter. I'm not sure whether someone said it was a trans woman, not a drag performer, which is an important distinction. Okay. So, yeah, yeah. Anyway, yeah. Okay. Let's do con, too. Richard fierro the same army vet. I lost my kids boyfriend. I tried. I tried everybody in there. I still feel bad that if I had people. In fact, people that didn't go home and it's guy this way, I told them what I was doing. Kill you, man, because you tried to kill it. One of the performers was walking by when the kid was getting tired of kicking and she that she helped him kicked him with the high heels that she had on. I'm not a hero. I'm just a guy that wanted to protect his kids and his wife. And I still didn't get to project with my friend. Oh, boy. Leslie on Twitter says gay people aren't shooting up straight nightclubs, black people aren't shooting up white grocery stores. Latinos are not shooting up Walmart. Jewish people are not shooting up Christian churches. The violence is coming for one demographic. Alt right, radicalized men. And I don't know how many times this can happen where I don't even feel like the mainstream media, I get we're all getting numb to it. I just feel like you have to name, I think Frank ligues that's something like that, right? You have to name it. Yeah, here he is, cut a friend thing, Frank lagoon. Since we've heard reports that the subject isn't cooperating with police, that means they likely found clear and convincing evidence on his devices. If he's a consumer of the people we just rattled off from Lauren boebert to Tucker Carlson, let's get it out. Let's get it out at trial. Let's expose it for what it is. Name it and shame it. He's a consumer of these people and those people should face civil consequences from the victims. This is what I knew this was going to end up on our soundbite list is because all they do every time this happens, rinse lather repeat is mock it. Oh, they're trying to blame us. Yes, yeah. Yes, we're blaming you when we are when you're exact rhetoric shows up in the buffalo shooter's manifesto. Yeah. Like, what's her name? Congresswoman, same thing. They just all they do this with their hands. Just no, not us. Not us. And it's like, it's exactly you could do guess the quote not know, was it the shooter or was it XYZ Republican Congress person or Fox News? Absolutely. Personality. But here's Tucker doing his usual. These horrifying murders in Colorado are not only became a pretext for yet more censorship of your speech. You are responsible for this. They told you, because you said the wrong things. You were guilty of terrorism. Inspiring violence by your beliefs. Anderson Lee Aldridge committed mass murder because you complained about the sexualizing of children. Every time you object to drag time story hour for 5th graders or point out this general mutilation is being committed on minors, which it is, every time you say that you are putting people's lives at risk. Yes. Okay, this is what they do. You, meaning their audience, or Donald Trump, like, oh, they're coming for you. They could do this to you. No, you don't steal classified secrets. Right. From the government, they're not coming for you. And no, they're not saying you are responsible. You, Tucker, your responsible. Exactly. You're the one that engages in this rhetoric. And it's, and by the way, no one's forcing anyone to go to a drag show. Drag time, or whatever. There's no sexualization. Not at all. Oh, kinda. How we used to love going to it was a drag show here after our nighttime show. You used to go. I had to stay Cinderella. I know. The source subject since 1997. He was just a button pusher. Cinderella had to stay in push buttons. Oh, we went to the fantastic. I'm sure you had a great time. It's just all of it, how popular RuPaul's Drag Race, all those shows, right? I've been to a drag brunch here, like I'm like, when did suddenly this become the new target? If Wilson, Flip Wilson. Right. I mean, come on. That's what I mean. How did this suddenly become their target? And then there's always a straight line to lunatics getting a gun in this country. Absolutely. It's Lindy Lee tweeted, so let me get this straight. The Colorado spring shooter was arrested last year for trying to kill his own mom with a homemade bomb. He had to stand off with police after kidnapping her. Yet he was never prosecuted and managed to buy an AR-15. What the actual because the red flag law didn't go into place, right? Colorado. Well, we talked about that yesterday, even when you have a great governor like Jared polis, who tries to do something, you got these right wing sheriffs are like, nope. Nope. Not my right. Well, and the Republican mayor of Colorado Springs yesterday. Oh, it may have been a great crime. We don't know that yet. We have the audio, do you want to hear it? Yes, well, we know. It has the trappings of a hate crime, given who the victims were, the club, but I think to be definitive about motivations because it's an ongoing investigation. Really, it's like, you know, it's a synagogue. You're like, we don't know if Jews were the target, really? Don't we? Don't we? Really? Okay. Which one was that this way? I was three. Okay. And then he went on. Okay. Search warrants were done yesterday. That evidence is being compiled, you know, obviously his social media contacts are being scrubbed and we're going to see what kinds of statements he's made to other people. What kind of evidence is found in his home that hopefully will enlighten us about motivations. But on the surface, it certainly has the trappings of a hate crime. All right, thanks, Columbo. Yeah. When you go to one of two gay clubs in the entire town, who do you think the exact target is? Did you see the picture of his grandfather with the American fly in the maga hat tie in the mega hat and he's a, you know, insurrectionist supporter and blah blah blah. Yes, the red flag, what's his name? I don't want to see him say his name. He's taken into custody. Blah, blah, blah. Multiple reports about him of uncovered personal details about him, including his history of making violent threat as I was just talking about the standoff with police. So this is the whole bomb threat blah blah blah incident took place at the home of Wesley Bowman who described Aldrich as aggressive wondered how he was able to obtain the rifle he allegedly used. Why is he not in jail after that happening? He told The

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Paramedic unknowingly treated daughter in fatal crash - WGHP FOX8 Greensboro

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | 2 d ago

Paramedic unknowingly treated daughter in fatal crash - WGHP FOX8 Greensboro

"A Canadian paramedic unknowingly treated her own daughter in a fatal crash. Canadian paramedic Jamie Erickson, unknowingly treated her own daughter after a fatal crash north of Calgary on November 15th. She did not know until the end of the day that her patient was her own 17 year old daughter, Montana, Erikson's friend, and flight paramedic, Richard Reid. She found the girl who she had sat with in the back of the crumpled vehicle, keeping alive, so a family could say goodbye. And due to the extent of her injuries, was unrecognizable. Jamie unknowingly was keeping her own daughter alive. Erickson says that her daughter was able to donate her organs and of those organs. Two of them that were donated were lifesaving

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Unpacking the FTX Meltdown!

Crypto Current

01:25 min | 4 d ago

Unpacking the FTX Meltdown!

"I'm Stephen Miller and you were watching the aftershock the shore we bring you the latest and greatest from the world of web three. And while I know it may not seem like it's the greatest lately, we're still here to keep you updated on everything going on in the markets so that you can be an informed investor participant or builder. Of course, I am joined every single Wednesday here on the aftershock with my co host Richard Richard how are you today? You know, hanging in there. I had the opportunity to go to the Texas blockchain summit in Austin last week and I felt really good about the conversations around what's to come next because unfortunately with everything that just happened with FTX regulation is inevitable. I don't necessarily see it as a bad thing, but I do think the voices in the room that need to be discussing how to bring in regulation without stifling innovation is going to be important. And I left that conference feeling encouraged by what people who understand what's going on in the world of crypto is trying to bring forth as it relates to regulation. So I think that was probably the high points of the last week in all of the reign of negativity that is out there. But how about yourself? You know, man, I'm just over here trying to put together my album of FTX greatest hits because they just keep a comment, don't they? It is going to be a very, very difficult next few months. I can already tell,

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The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | Last week

The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

"Yesterday about this respect for marriage act, and in a nutshell, this is going to put a target on every single church Christian school, Christian business owner in America. You're a nonprofit. They're going to yank your tax exempt status. That's what's going to happen with this. So they had to pass this thing. There was a major hurdle they had to pass, and they were able to do it last night. 12 Senate Republicans joined Democrats. To push through this plan to codify gay marriage. And again, this is not about gay marriage. This is about not protecting religious liberty. And there's a very good chance if this thing gets passed and it looks like it'll be passed with the entire Senate momentarily, and then it goes back to the house. And the house is going to pass it, and Biden's going to sign this into law. And then you will get a knock on the front door of your church from the Internal Revenue Service. That's what this is all about. So here are the 12 senators who joined the Democrats and I'm going to share these names, then you need to call these senators and you need to give them the what for. And then I want you to call us back and tell us what they said. But these are the senators who, by the way, previously were opposed to gay marriage to get elected, but now that they're in office, all of a sudden they've had a change of heart. So here they are. Roy blunt, Richard burr. Shelley capito, Susan Collins, Joni Ernst from Iowa, shame on you, Joni Ernst, Cynthia Loomis, Lisa Murkowski, typical rob Portman, Dan Sullivan, Mitt Romney, Tom tell us and Todd young.

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Arizona Official Gives Update on Election Results

The Officer Tatum Show

01:06 min | 2 weeks ago

Arizona Official Gives Update on Election Results

"I got a couple clips I want to play so you guys can kind of hear what's going on in the state of Arizona from the officials. Maricopa County official Bill Gates, he kind of gives an explanation on why it takes so long to count in the state of Arizona. Please, please. Why is it taking the amount of time this taking? A lot of people are talking about this. Well, first of all, it's very standard. This is how things work in Arizona and have for decades. And this is due in part because the mail in voting and recorder Richard's going to talk about that more. But I told this group that we anticipated 90 to 95% or sorry, 95 to 99% of the ballots to be counted by Friday. That's tomorrow. But I'm here to tell you the goalposts have changed. All right. And the reason that the gold posts have changed is because wonderful news, the great participation we had on election day. And in particular, we had 290,000 mail in ballots dropped off at our vote centers on election day.

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Voting is underway in Nevada. Here's what to know about voting and ballot access in 2022

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 3 weeks ago

Voting is underway in Nevada. Here's what to know about voting and ballot access in 2022

"Man's been arrested on suspicion of tampering with voting equipment while casting his ballot in a primary race back in June Police in Pueblo Colorado have arrested 31 year old Richard Patton a registered Democrat after an investigation when a voting machine locked itself in tamper evident seals on the equipment that appeared to have been disturbed Authorities allege during a June primary Patton inserted a USB thumb drive into a voting machine although it doesn't appear he was able to access any data The incident is heightening concerns among election officials disputes after the 2020 presidential election could inspire some voters to meddle with or sabotage election equipment Tampering is now a felony punishable by up to three years in prison Patton was tracked down by the driver's license he used to

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Farewell to the Late, Great, And Scandalous Jerry Lee Lewis

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:19 min | 3 weeks ago

Farewell to the Late, Great, And Scandalous Jerry Lee Lewis

"Jerry Lee Lewis, who died not too long ago. Was known as the killer. And that wasn't just a casual nickname, a schoolmate called him that after he tried to strangle a teacher, he also once shot his base player in the chest just about all his 7 wives, including one who was a child, said he beat them, and there's a strong suspicion that he murdered wife number 5. Jerry Lee Lewis was the very model of a high functioning sociopath and someone defied hard living, drug and alcohol abuse and a bunch of serious health problems, but he still made it well into his 9th decade. It was a pianist. He was a singer, he was a showman, he was also one of the three or four people who decisively ushered in The Rock and roll era, and utterly personified an unbridled and dangerous part of the music. He died at 87 years old and not for nothing after the death of Little Richard back in 2020, he was the last man standing from the dawn of rock and roll.

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Leora Levy: Richard Blumenthal Attended Communist Party Convention

Mark Levin

01:38 min | 3 weeks ago

Leora Levy: Richard Blumenthal Attended Communist Party Convention

"And he's been there forever He's been there a long time first attorney general then the U.S. Senate He's pretty much a trust funder isn't he Yes he is And it's even worse than that He was in the state legislature before he was attorney general He is a 37 year out of touch career politician I like to say I'm a career American He attends the Communist Party I escaped communism He lied to me Wait a minute stop right there Stop right there That's a very important point that people don't know And I mentioned in many years ago but you have refreshed my memory He did a ten the Communist Party convention First he denied it but then people had audio of it right They had video There's a video where he was introduced by a woman who said I love the Communist Party Everybody should be a communist And then he said he wasn't there but the video surfaced and then he said oh no one told me it was a Communist Party I mean he has a lot doesn't he He lies a lot You know he's well people know him for three things They know him because he lied about Vietnam He lied about the Communist Party and don't get between him and a camera He's in front of every camera he can find That is what he's known for He has done nothing for our state except rubber stamp the failed Biden economic and energy policies the border policies everything that has made life in Connecticut unaffordable and unsafe

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Caller Richard Addresses U.S. Involvement in Ukraine

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:36 min | 3 weeks ago

Caller Richard Addresses U.S. Involvement in Ukraine

"Let's go to your calls. Let's go to Atlanta, Richard. Welcome to America first. Hello, doctor gorka, pleasure to talk to you. Welcome. To address our involvement in Ukraine, I am in favor of supporting Ukraine, certainly. But you were comparing our involvement in Ukraine with the Reagan era of engagement with Soviet Union. Yes. And I would like to point out that at no time during our engagement with the Soviet Union lost their a hot war going on. And we were not spending. What do you think was happening in Afghanistan? What do you think dropping plastic mines in the shape of toys for Afghan children to be mutilated? What do you think the rocketing of villages in Afghanistan was by Soviet forces? Do you think that was a Cold War? We weren't we weren't helping to we weren't lending the support to Afghanistan that we are to the Ukraine. Of course we were. Do you think the Afghans made the stinger missiles they used against the do you think they made them out of rocks and stones? Where do you think they got the stinger missiles from Richard? Hey, gassing from us. Yes, bingo. So what's the difference? Go ahead. We had stock we, the United States, had sufficient stockpiles of arms to do that

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Caller: Paul Ryan Has Lost Touch With the People

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:47 min | Last month

Caller: Paul Ryan Has Lost Touch With the People

"To have red tsunami. I believe God's hand is placed in this state in this country too, especially Oregon. We can imagine if we get three congressional seats, but I want you to look backwards for a second year. Remember the Tea Party movement in 2010 and then the establishment Ryan Ryan and Willard Romney. I am not calling the mittens. They did not push the vote. They came out fundraised, but they never talked to the people. What Trump did and like Reagan, he came and told the people what he's planning to do. Propose and keep in mind Reagan had to deal with the Democrats of Neil and Richard gerhardt and yet he pushed to become a great president just like Trump. The biggest problem with Paul Ryan is just besides him getting a VA check cash and senator and James will Wisconsin that he'd done for his city. He had just lost touch with the people. He had gone away from the man I used to respect they used to go rafting down the rivers of Wisconsin and they were fishing and everything else to a man has become like a Rockefeller Republican establishment trash like Murkowski and would go on down the line even in various parts of my state's representation. But I believe we're going to my governor is going to get elected. And then get three congressional seats out west and you're going to see God stands move like the great awakening has gone about right now from Tennessee all the way to the Oregon coast. We should not live in fear. We should not let them intimidate us. And as I'm going to do as an alternate chairman, I encourage all my oregonians to come out and vote and vote if you need to, come on the last day and take it directly to the county clerks office and vote do not live in fear because fear is tool of the devil.

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Arizona's Stephen Richer Ran on Election Integrity, But He Failed

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:41 min | Last month

Arizona's Stephen Richer Ran on Election Integrity, But He Failed

"I want to get to your story here though Molly very important and I'm so glad you wrote it. Thank you for writing it. Against this really snake of a guy, Stephen Richard. You said Steven richer ran on election integrity. Now he's accused of lawbreaking and politicking. I called him an accused criminal yesterday. Tell us about it, Molly. Yeah, so Steven Richard. So first of all, Maricopa County in Arizona is the second largest voting district in the country. It contains 62% of Arizona voters. So the person who runs elections in Maricopa County is the person who kind of controls elections in Arizona. And of course, Arizona being a swing state means it's a very influential nationwide role. This guy, Stephen Richard, ran, pretending to be a conservative Trump supporting Republican. He ran multiple audits. He had no experience running on it, but he ran multiple audits on Maricopa County and the guy who was the Democrat had of elections there prior to 20 20 when Stephen Richard won and was elected on this platform that he would kind of deal with some of the shenanigans that were happening in Maricopa County. The moment he gets elected, he immediately renounces his previous positions, defends the integrity of his predecessor who's now running for Secretary of State of Arizona as a Democrat, defends the integrity of everything that happened in Maricopa County, including, you know, this is a state where millions of dollars of zuck box went into the election administration. That's where private entities took over government election offices to juice up Democrat, get out the vote operations. Richer, this guy knew that was going on in critiqued it when he was running for office, but now defends such activities.

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Richard Calls in to Discuss Philly DA Krasner's Impeachment Vote

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

01:53 min | Last month

Richard Calls in to Discuss Philly DA Krasner's Impeachment Vote

"Be a real chauvinist pig now. I'm going to pick somebody to talk to simply because I've been to king of Prussia and it is perhaps one of the coolest names in America. We're going to go to Pennsylvania. It's Richard, king of Prussia. I greetings. I live in Philly and I've been following this krasner saga very closely. Now there's a first tell me first tell me when he gives a press conference. How do the people of Philly respond? What is the media response like? Oh, the media loves the guy. Yeah. I mean, the Philadelphia inquirer in the stations. They love this guy. He's their hero because he tells them what they want to hear. That's the 20% that voted for him. Right. And then the rest has to the rest has to live with his death and destruction. There was a 13 year old girl that was raped at a subway station center city today. Are you serious? Going to school. Go in the school. Center city. I mean, it's incredible. I mean, I lived here all my life. And I will not go in the Philly anymore, except to go to a ball game, which is just basically off 95. All right, so what made you call us today, Richard? Well, krasner is before a subcommittee in the Pennsylvania House that will probably recommend impeachment on Monday. Good. In addition, in addition, the house had Democrat of the Pennsylvania house has cleared her Democrat cohorts to vote for impeachment if they feel necessary. Why? Because he's become such a liability, even to the Democrats. What's the reason Richard? Well, my theory is that the election coming up. They're all going to all the house is going to be up for reelection. And if they're crime is big and Pennsylvania, and their date, they may lose their races if they're looked to be protecting this guy that's just leading blood all over Philly.

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How President Obama Gave Us President Biden

The Officer Tatum Show

02:02 min | Last month

How President Obama Gave Us President Biden

"Obama since I already spoke about him earlier. Let me go ahead and work this in. Obama and this is the man knows how to campaign. Like him or not, I can't stand him. I think he was the worst president in American history. The reason why I say that and I realize there are bad presidents out there, Andrew Johnson, in my opinion, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon really screwed us as a Republican with the EPA and going off the gold standard and all these all these kinds of things Woodrow Wilson right, you'll hear you'll hear about him and Biden obviously is horrible and many people contend that Biden is the worst president ever. Obviously other people talk about Jimmy Carter as well. The reason why I think Barack Obama is is because he said a lot of the stuff that we're experiencing today and place. He set the foundation. Were it not for Barack Obama? We wouldn't even have a Joe Biden. He rescued Joe Biden. Joe Biden was nothing more than a corrupt crook, right? That's all he was. That's all he would have ever been. That would have been his legacy. Just a corrupt no good crook that was in Washington, D.C. for his entire life, never amounted to anything. Everyone there understood that the guy was complete and utter moron and a jerk, but Obama is the one that gave him the platform that he has essentially asked today. In my opinion, helped to resurrect him. But Obama said a lot of this stuff in place. This cultural arc system that you see, there were orders issued executive order so on it issued throughout his administration, the way that he would come out and talk about if I had a son, you know, he looked just like Trayvon. I'm like, he looked just like Trayvon. But what are you talking about? You have black half white. You're someone look like Trayvon. For God's sakes. I mean, just a little stuff like that. There's someone to look like Blake Griffin. I used to say, I don't even know where Blake Griffin is. You know, where Blake Griffin is. Now I don't even know where that. He plays for the Celtics. All right, so just nonsense like that.

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Not White Supremacy, But 'Light' Supremacy

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

02:00 min | Last month

Not White Supremacy, But 'Light' Supremacy

"I don't know if you're familiar with the controversy in Los Angeles where several members of the city council and in fact a labor union leader. They were talking on a series of calls. I guess they were Zoom calls or some sort of conference calls. And there were all kinds of racial epithets used. Racial epithets against blacks in one case, a reference to Jews and they were talking about a state assembly member named Richard Katz, talking about how the Jews have made a deal with south Los Angeles at one point the council president Nouri Martinez was obviously Hispanic. She's now resigned, but she referred to a colleague's who was black, his son, as she compared him to a monkey. And then talking about another guy, she goes, F that guy. He's with the blacks. Now, all of this erupted several days ago. And I was kind of watching it with interest to see what kind of sense people would try to make of it. Well, here's Charles blow, the African American columnist for The New York Times, a revealing racist rant in LA. Now, here's Charles blows take on this episode. And he goes into it in some detail. He says that this is what he calls not white supremacy, but light supremacy. And his point is that you have lighter skinned people who are not white, in this case, obviously, Hispanic, but he goes, they are, they are kind of borrowing the racism of the whites. And allying with white supremacy against their darker skinned black colleagues. So according to Charles blow, he's like, at one time in the civil rights movement, we had kind of hoped that there would be an alliance of all the minorities to overthrow white supremacy. He goes, it's not really working out that way,

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The Left Will Never Stop Harassing Conservatives

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

The Left Will Never Stop Harassing Conservatives

"He was a Nazi. He was Hitler. He was Satan. He was a dictator. He was a racist. He was corrupt. He was a tool of the wealthy. The newspapers hated him. The entire comedy industry devoted itself to the singular task of mocking and discrediting him. His name, Richard Nixon. And Ronald Reagan, and George Bush, and George Bush again, and Donald Trump. And whoever comes after Trump. For almost as long as anyone can remember, leftists have reserved the right to dispense with reason and critiquing their political opponents. Relying instead on biased personal insults. This is always true for whoever carries the banner of leader of the Republican Party. Especially if that leader is also president. Sometimes these attacks work as they did during the administrations of Nixon and both bushes. And sometimes they become epic self owns. As was the case for Reagan and Trump, whose legacies of peace and prosperity seem now like some forgotten golden age of legend. It doesn't matter when this tactic fails. Just like it never matters when leftists fail at anything. In a matter of decades in the 20th century, they can spill more blood in the name of communism than the entire history of religious wars combined. And yet still criticize all religions for being divisive.

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The Legacy of Churchill

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:19 min | Last month

The Legacy of Churchill

"We talked about you and I with Steven Smith about the play and about whether or not Tudor England made Richard the second out to be a worse man than he was. What do you think about that after you read Churchill in compared to the play, doctor art? Well, not as bad. Well, Shakespeare presents him as a foolish man. Yes. Churchill agrees with that. Because what did he do? He exiled two people and then confiscated the wealth of one of them. And since used the money to send troops off to Ireland. So he was unprotected and he left one of the people exiled with a deep grievance. And so that was Machiavelli one O one would tell you not to do that. And he drove them into it. John had gone is a big character in this period of time. And he's a power in Lancaster in the county of Lancashire or my wife comes from. My wife's daddy was high share of the blankets, which means he was the official in charge of Lancaster castle, which is John a cons gasoline still stands.

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Jeopardy’s Mike Richards Is the Fraud I Said He Was

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:21 min | Last month

Jeopardy’s Mike Richards Is the Fraud I Said He Was

"Whenever there's something that's delivered kind of hot kind of controversial, it's often put out on Friday late afternoon. Such was the case with Mike Richard stepping down as the host of jeopardy. He's not going to host this show. There were multiple controversies about this guy that emerged in the past few weeks. And I'm happy to say, I told you so, a lot of you felt he was the best one for the job. He had the best credentials, et cetera, but I said strictly by going after a guy just this knowing the guy the way I know him, he's not the kind of guy any woman would feel comfortable around. And I'm not even counting the sexual accusations and all the shit he said to pregnant women. But the problem is the show had already started production and, you know, they had to air. They're going to end some of the shows. I think it's 5. They're going to air the 5 shows that they already made with him as the host because it's not fair to the contestants who won some money. So of course he made the big apology. I want to apologize to each of you for the unwanted negative attention that has come to jeopardy over the last few weeks and the confusion and delays. This is now causing, I know I have a lot of work to do to regain your trust and confidence. He's never going to do that. And there was a biting article that came out in the ringer, the ringer dot com is a place to go for some good journalism from time to time. And they talked about how offensive he was and the sexist comments he made. And especially toward his female co hosts, and he had this podcast called the random show, Arian, do you? He hosted that I think in 2013 and 2014, and there were a lot of off color remarks he made about Haitians and Jews. And that all that shit made the anti defamation league call upon jeopardy produces, which is Sony Pictures television to investigate this. And that really began to get them bothered.

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UK spy chief says rise of China world's top security issue

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

UK spy chief says rise of China world's top security issue

"British spies have given the increasing British spies have given increasingly negative assessments of Beijing's influence and intentions Last year the head of the MI 6 overseas intelligence agency Richard Moore called China one of the biggest threats called China one of the biggest threats to Britain and its allies while in 2020 then British prime minister Boris Johnson followed the U.S. in banning Chinese tech firm way way as a security risk ordering it to be stripped out of the UK's 5G telecoms network by 2027

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The Enemies List of the Secret Sensors

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:57 min | Last month

The Enemies List of the Secret Sensors

"I'm continuing my discussion of investigative reporter John Solomon's bombshell report on the outsourcing of censorship by the Biden, well, Biden regime. I'm not gonna hesitate to say it. They're acting like totalitarians. They don't really deserve to be called anything other than a regime. So they have an enemy's list. And who's on that enemies list? This is what is kind of revealing because the enemies list is now been disclosed. It's been uncovered. And here's who's on the list. I'm just going to read some of the names. Real James Woods. Gateway pundit, Donald Trump Jr., Tom fitton, Jack bishop. Eric Trump, Charlie Kirk, Mark Levin, James O'Keefe, Richard grenell. Harmeet Dylan, a Breitbart News. Robbie starbuck. So you have this list. These are the bad guys from the point of view of these of the Biden administration. They're also the bad guys from the point of view of these left wing nonprofits. So the working together to shut down the opposition and let's remember some of these guys, Robbie starbuck was running for Congress. So you're talking about election interference. You're also talking about silencing important influencers in the days and weeks leading up to a presidential election. Think about this. And they don't hesitate to do this. So to look at some concrete examples, well, Marjorie Taylor Greene is also on the list. I'm a little disappointed. I'm not on the list. He goes, no, no, no, no, no. But hey, I'm a little surprised I'm not on it, but nevertheless, to look at a couple of examples. They're going off, they want to restrict Paul gosar. Why? Because he's sharing project veritas videos about the about the Minnesota cash for ballot harvesting scheme.

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"richard" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"And rising up. And this movie also has the issue of this sort of edible complex in that it's also focusing so much on Richard and it's called king Richard. And to me, I couldn't get over that hump. To me, it wasn't the interesting story. And it felt very insular to their I wanted to see the story about what it was like for these girls to be that young and feel that pressure. And we get hints of that for so many years, their physicality was compared to animals. They were not the quintessential quote unquote beauties, like these other female tennis stars. They were called aggressive. And I would have loved to see more of that and less of king Richard to be honest. I don't think the focus is where it should be. And it just did not work for me in that regard. Yeah, I hear that. I think I came out of this movie a little bit more with daisy and Monica. But really went into it. As you said, Aisha, this movie had a huge hump to get over. And I think just the question is, whether that hump was steep enough in your individual case. And for me, I really did not expect to like this movie. I have really struggled with biopics as we've discussed on this show. I was really put off by just on paper, this being the story of the man at the center of these two dominant female athletes lives. But I think the movie for what it is really pulls it off well. I think it is a really effectively made movie. I think it does a nice job balancing some really strong family drama with the beats of a sports movie. I did find it enormously kind of crowd pleasing and crowd pleasing is a double edged sword. Like it can mean really formulaic, but it also is enjoyable..

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"richard" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

"One NA member Here with Aisha and me today is daisy Rosario, she's an executive producer at stitcher with the show's celebrity book club with Chelsea Devante. It's in its first season right now. Hey, daisy. Hey, how's it going? It's going great. Great to have you. Also joining us is Monica Castillo. She's an arts and culture reporter with Colorado public radio. Welcome back Monica. Glad to be here. Glad to have you. King Richard is an unusual sports biopic in that it's not focused on Venus or Serena Williams so much as the overbearing man who drew up a 78 page plan for their success, Richard Williams basically raised his daughters from birth with the idea that they would grow up to be tennis champions, though he and his wife, brandy, played by ingenue Ellis, have children from other relationships, together the Williams trained Venus and Serena on abandoned tennis courts in their hometown of Compton, while also looking for coaching help from an overwhelmingly white tennis world. The movie follows the family through Venus and Serena Williams early days from their training as kids through Venus national breakthrough at a competitive tournament when she was 14. We see Venus played by Sinai Sydney, as she develops her killer instinct and we see Serena played by Demi singleton as she first begins to escape her sister's long shadow. But mostly we see Will Smith as Richard Williams, a stubborn flawed ambitious, hard charging father figure whose plans succeed wildly sometimes it would seem in spite of himself. The film was directed by Ronaldo Marcus green and written by Zach balin and it's both in theaters and streaming on HBO Max daisy. I'm going to start with you. What did you think of king Richard? I ended up really liking it, which I say in that tone because that's not what I was expecting when I sat down. In part for kind of everything that you have explained in the intro, you know, I'm a huge fan of the Williams sisters. They're definitely was a question in my mind of like, okay, why are we telling it this way? You know, I'll give it the benefit of the doubt, let's see. There are also details about Will Smith's performance that I kind of had to get used to, I guess, this is how I'll put it in the start, but I would say it's kind of a movie that once I settled into it, then I really enjoyed it. But the cast, you know, I know that this is like definitely Will Smith Oscar bait and I'm sure we'll talk a lot about that too, but the rest of the cast is so charming in particular, the girls who play not just Venus and Serena, but the rest of the Williams daughters. I mean, those parts of the movie just really made me emotional, you know? And so I really, really ended up enjoying it. And I also saw it with an audience that was into it, which was fun. This is probably the most raucous audience. I have been in a movie theater with since the pandemic. And so it was fun to be in a theater full of people clapping and ooing and awing and having serious emotional reaction to the story of this family..

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"richard" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

02:57 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"And i don't want any explanations. Just give me the names before to go. Sean elliott mike baby long list. I mean i'm. I'm might have also say like miles simon in then mrs somewhat. This is not a part of this equation. This thing five then. That's fine four. I'm not on that four one either. So you know you know that andrea dollars like a future hall of famer. And that's i was saying well. He only went two years. We're discrediting. He's a richard richard. That who is your for my four ta. I'm gonna say sean elliott that i'm gonna say mike bibby. Okay both those guys from arizona thomas. We're talking about mount rushmore at arizona or like their basketball over his in arizona. Act act arizona or at arizona than. It'll be mike. Maybe it'll be steve kerr it'll be on elliott and then my last one is probably between light damon and miles and i'm gonna say damon even though he like. He didn't get the national championship. I'll put damon just a smidge over. Miles by fifth person would be miles it. We're talking about because he won the national championship natural player dame. Meyer was bad. Dude steve kerr. And and steve kerr. And sean elliott literally took the program from four wins to like national prominence. More points your jalen. Who is your mount rushmore. Gotta do they have enough people. And they'll say kelly either don't do that. Tangos okay stalking me. Okay okay okay one. You say corey violent either dan. I fucking choked out. I got kicked orally game for choking out dan dicko. Sorry dan night saying dude. Hang on daily. Pick your fourth. I don't know for it to be a four. You you be on your own. Mount rushmore as channing established dustin thing like i only need a months..

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:47 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Balance. Yeah these are good richards. You've chosen sofa which it made mainly funding. I think he's quite funny. Do they have to be alive. I mean richard lionheart. Okay i tell you. I tell you what i tell you what. I'd better get one hundred points with this because he will never heard about two one. Definitely richard o'sullivan. Dick turpin or rob fabulous. And in fact you would have richard carpenter. Who wrote the books of dicta on which that was based user. Can't weasel day you go. That goes back to another one of these years ago where week discussion remedies to carpenter. 'cause bridge carpenter from the competences. You could still in that one. Okay richard carpenter. Because i wasn't sure my audience usually know about these things. I'm glad that you grow. I wasn't sure he was the person that was thinking but he looked quite like richard still goes well didn't they. Mitch competent mindset. Did he came and my school. I had his order blah blah monreale fan letter and i had an album. He's autograph you still got it. Probably have somewhere the little regard chicago. Spike milligan once gave someone the someone's that coming to have your autograph. That's why do you want my autograph. A weird thing and he said well. I wanted to have separately treasury and keep it and he set Yeah definitely will. And he took his address and then years later to his house. The guy didn't have any more. That's pretty so we've got just to recap people who have got rich. It osmond reaction bacon baker. The news richard bayton the channel fi leave x. Radio five blue peter presenter. Rich it richard o'sullivan sullivan mainly mainly well done. Scotland's this kind of this is the richards would be that someone else has to come in generation game style and remember all which the eight were richard o'sullivan percent him. Yes and then richard company. They said now. She said on my lab to have richard. Don't start suggesting rich is. That's not the spirit of design index now. Toyota car mitchell's says not yours. And i think would mind. No salons have like my friend. Richard you are. Let you don't know me company but as long as you know we surname is yes. I did it what it is. Morose richard morose with that stupid so this so this is how this works. You say the name of a friend of yours. Eight isn't mine. Who chooses not to be in the public by the guest own. Richard hearings tabloid-style attack. I come along and you pillory. My friend never living to you. Let me tell you this to makes the both the luxury which is going overboard. So the richard burrows can really stretch out in the back. It's good because if i was under richard baraza be taken every if ads on you may end up having to fuck it right. Don't ever be it wouldn't ever have that. We would like to see that program to you on a desolate read glasses. I apologize for everything. I've said so far back. Not just today's podcast. It's all blanket apology. Please thing is. I can't get sent from this if you d- apple apps itv's to go but if you me and they don't they have sacked him. They they the people listening to this and to fifteen. He's probably on another channel but sir they're not renewing his show to sexism political correctness gone correct. I came for tap alarms. I said i thought you. So say anything. And they said i was sexes. Do you have any unusual phobias. It's unusual i don't like flying flying. No oh gods. I've just remembered this. Yeah i developed a very small fair flying just like a little easy which can be problematic because for poker you know you have to travel all so i thought well nip that in the bud. I can't start winch. Fear of flying counselor and he then died in a plane crash so yes so i have pretty much. I think lifelong they're flying now. It didn't it didn't therapeutic. Didn't help not like a wisit. Though is still like i can i can i can cure plane crashes and it's just like impure but i mean you opponents of the thing was. Let's get a sense of perspective here. He's playing crashes. It very unlikely that it really happened gordon exaggeration etcetera etcetera etcetera. And that message was not reinforced by also. Being the person in my life introduced me to the possibility that people you know can plane crash so yeah. So that's unusual give. It isn't unusual reason for habit. Awful thing is what's happening. Therapist was some respect. He was a great therapist. And god bless him but that didn't particularly help me. A question just remembered halfway through cheery story of i mean for you terrible story a good story. Oh this is a product the business. This is actually slightly ironic. Enjoy joy this irony also. I have a lot of superstitions. i'm practically chinese in that respect. I'm by everything. Which isn't a phobia chinese people positions. They buy into the concept of lucky unlucky. As do i even though. I'm quite rational person. I have a lot of positions. It's not quite phobias. But i there's a lot of things. I don't wanna see pennies on the floor. Single magpies to hear people talk about theoretical bad things. That might happen but you never see more than one magpie. You're always it's always one magpie. That's what that's what is wrong with. Outdoor retain about the mac the magpie reward system is deeply flawed and that you always see one on his nearly always one and one is for sorrow. How convenient the magpies just up. They never got many times. You see goat. Hardly ever gold from amac. Since see you sometimes do nearly always wan- i mean it could be just use squad explain. You are very lucky as well. Say you believe in luck. What proof if you're oh two point four million dollars playing you do yes. i mean. there's various there's hands that i like and don't eat islam nebulous with poker because as with all of it. Luck is a factor. But what you do with the lock determines whether you win or not so to a casual observer. It might not be clear. Why i'll play a seven four of clubs very strongly. I might throw a seven five away. That is really make sense. Because i'm superstitious about the hand however having chosen to play that now i know that piece but also you have to work out which seven having having jones played and then try and play it in a trixie way or an aggressive way or how poker differs from for example chess. You can make a really quirky move. That might be wrong but you can turn. It's your advantage by playing it the right way..

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"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Sports Media with Richard Deitsch

"Or whatever and you don't get to tell the full story and that's my concern is that the teams will use it to sort of duck out on media policies and make it a little more ecology and but don't again i think eventually they'll things will return to normal it just on the short term concerns me a little bit storytelling aspect but again but there's bigger problems in the world right now so i think it'll it'll make a difference again. I think i can probably get people mid week at the facility. It just going to have to be a little more methodical. And you know one of the things i really like doing is one of my my tricks. I guess you could say is. I like to go into locker rooms richard and just get many anecdotes about somebody's possible so if i go into buffalo i wanna say to. Fifteen guys in the roster. Tell me your favorite josh allen. Or what's most impressive. Josh allen you ever seen does not able to happen this year. And that i might get three guys on that and i might have to get more time with josh more time with table or whatever but so yeah from from a storytelling aspect. Things change. but i'm not. I'm not going to freak out about it in the first couple of months because we're just at a weird place in the world right now one of the things. It's pretty obvious you know like mike. My colleague let's say at the athletic who covers the falcons or covers the rams. It's pretty obvious like who their competition is. Although that even sort of premise at this point sort of maybe seems outdated because like in theory. Like everybody is everybody's competition you know like competition is is just people's time etc. But you really do stuff. That generally speaking like isn't being done by right by other people. So when you do these stories like do even consider any other outlets or reporter competition or do you in some ways. You really feel like you're sort of you're in your own silence. So i had an editor sam walker at the wall street journal. Actually we talk about this a lot and he used to say that and this was a business thing i guess he'd studied a lot of businesses. But i guess it was startup road. Actually he was borrowing it from but he basically said if you have competition you've already lost and it means your ideas on original and that you it's not even worth doing. And i took that to heart and i think that i've talked about this before. But sam's advice to me. Which i think is probably the most important advice ever gotten my life is that from my journalism. Life is that you should report story. Where the i quote in every story can be. I've never seen anything like it. Because if you have an original idea and everybody wants to talk about it and no one's literally anything like it. Then you've got something worth publishing and i think richard you you remember journal. Sports action still awesome and it's still has amazing people And but when i was there i felt like we had one in one story a day and competition to get in. The paper was huge. And so you had to preplanned pre sort of report all of this stuff and you had to clear this really high bar and so until competition competition. I'm own worst. Critic is myself because of that mentality. Because i still have the old school wall street journal. Hey if you don't write a good story it's not getting published mentality. we didn't we didn't go for singles. Didn't doubles triples and home runs. And so that that's still in my in. My brain probably will never get out. So i don't. I think maybe on topics. I feel like i if someone else wrote a dan campbell profile before me i would have kicked myself but it wouldn't have been the same. I just think i. I tried to sharp angle. So much that i wouldn't have to worry about anybody doing the same the same story that i'm doing and so i don't i to your point. I don't really spend a lot of time. Thinking about what other people are doing except to say that there are so many good people who providing great information great quotes great. Great reporting that. I read almost everybody. I just hope to my goal is to take that stuff and shape it a little bit differently to the point that that no one's going to have meigs angle. Sports have long been an important in the fighting..

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

16:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"It's been like. Am to gone down. Don't choose anymore was the yellow one. We've early spray refreshing refresher but it's a bit more sour comes a point with the teeth where there's the memory nothing you can do. So nervous climbing amounted or something and sometimes eight like sweet cigarettes. The longest week cigarettes. Just sweet candy sticks already. Have the week cigarettes these. Sometimes he'd love hearts. Yeah love good. And every time. I the previous podcast. Every time i go to my waist station is still one trick and pick a mixture of every single one site by the end of the tool. I'm having made several hundred pounds worth of radical events. Also just one one for me. I've been wait okay. Sometimes to read. I'm looking i to get caught on what they do. They catch me. And i'm talking about macabre like a master criminal tone to say that i'm talking to pick and mix these. These have gone out yet. So i can still. I took the other day until i wonder if they'll see me sale this. I'm told them now. By saying it. The puck i am doing. I will continue. And you'll never catch me. Probably had stations that really expensive nine per one hundred grams. And that's not very much used to get like a courtroom pam. Yes for t- low pens. It'd be so brilliant if you genuinely got called and arrested the former tv coming. Richard herring offer win situation. Because if i don't get caught free sweets. If i do get caught in be really funny to buy if they press charges and i were refused i will say well let you go if you pay all go. Of course another no. I am on my way to brazil. Geic won't be very unconvenient. I want to be arrested do that. Because also you know who's the criminal ratio is or is it many knows it mr three ball his it. Their persons for one point six nine often quite sales. Fleets who makes picnics. brandon was. He makes them brand for one company. All of them. You seem to know a lot about picking your very confident ago. Johnson's said no he doesn't even know about mother of henry was he knows nothing much about it from you. Have you been sitting here by the picking. Mix here my confession. That could be a place in the audience could just come and make up confess. I know the candy. Kings mom was margaret. But that's where it isn't exist brandon a tool so there's a big factory someone turn on that all day sweetser to us but this sort of brand sweets albert bit. You know what i mean. They have slightly crusoes who they're not really not very low quality often sluggy style. Say if i get caught ago. I was just tested to see how sale they were and they were sable like squeezing suv. I'm then safe you arrest movement to tell the country but your picnic sustain now said that. They're getting tight. I'm lying but it'd be great new episode of sherlock christmas special rights. Let me see what else. I've got to talk to you because we used to time has been flying by on the moms can play. That was the important thing. Have you heard any song. I think i'm in love with rich. Dodson i have not had that pleasure. That's worth checking out. big cheese. Tomato washing is their final clam. She's nice commit commit engaged to she is. She's this chairman flat and edinburgh for a week and became engaged in so. He's going to have a quick in and i should do that. I should know that because flat with lovely right a nice guy you know big guy pay seventy the money for the just hush it. Just the other day passes was on my final fuga shows and said we talking because we used to sherifi ninety million t- because we have in edinburgh one year. That's right. I just remember anything. I just think. Come against blanks for momma pointless round. What's what's flatmates rich tag. Still get you go on gonna orders. Four primary is that another series of team tribes in the pipeline is another susan in the pipeline about to do sixty sixty last time. We operate we did thirty first on around sixty this same drives ideas that people get the violent attained based on their answer to a question on the table even goes so you single played the question. Do you ever seen it once. And i enjoyed it thirty once. Saw you know what every single fucking episode or this. I've seen every one of them. You see one episode of that does advocate to be. I'd like to see like one person gets four. People always to resort as always Making one against four really. Okay thanks. That was the only thing that will be good to to traipse tribes by. Frank goes to hollywood good. Yeah deva suggested that. No love too expensive to expensive telling if i could do to with similar but different. I'll do not one likes ghosts. For example changes each time who will be the best bitch really good maybe achieve also marin can have that for free. Can you put. I can use that just one week. I'll take him if we ever went up after. I will do that the next week. It's hot coming up with which we have that much importance really. There is a long chat with million alexander armstrong about point is on apple or are still have a little tent without it is only me with him. He it ruin it. But you know you relate to william conquer no. You are not what everyone is really. There's there's some there's some shenanigans going on with his. Who do you think you did you think about that. Fall related to william related to. Everyone aren't it doesn't grow exponentially doesn't go back though. Be one hundred billion. People say they're all in your own family trade. My family trees. Is they go back through the the male line which is a mistake because probably one in four people. Don't they think well listen hills. This coffin about your mum so we should go back through the female line. We had no say has been ally someone said. Oh yes i am you mom and you grandma your mom or something but they pretty much have to be mad. She's your your grandma was pretending to be your mother. Your mom is your sisters and those things but you can be dead chilled so infuriates me. I'm gonna start my retriever. I'm going to do it through the female line and the may line is an unimportant is almost impossible to do that. And that's the point because of the records to be kept the records have to change for you. Honestly think i'm only sticking around the show business too on the famous. Who do you think said that. Sarah miller can adopt the other way so you reason i wanna get properly. Tv if can do say again to do that. Because i'd love to use the amazing thanks might not be. I've got one. I've got one famous relative. Who were already know about so they go by a woman actually so you could actually go by the line. And that's from exactly when it's from but she was from my altamont already to everyone eventually. Insert yeah pay now. We're not going to be on our cause related to william factory of course is going to be on c. because all era unbelievable time because my surname osmond is as a muslim surname is a turkish. So you'd be people. Yup so i get into the states. I get stopped and questioned despite minded the middle eastern always taken into the bedroom of the guys with the guns and the rest. You may try to come up with terrorist atrocities. Stop from happening because idea. But also funny. One of my. That was my idea if one of us got through mind to do quite a few good ones put him out there. So i can get them as well but it'd be quite good like hiding inside the gigantic man you can. I'm not saying here like literally hollow a real gigantic man live inside. Yeah or the gigantic mind could be a false land and it's very biased wall man. It's like if you don't call the giant man osmond because again stop to the emperor honestly the terrorists of the world. Do think in the way that you do we will be safer. So actually i size on a show in tokyo recalls me. Does the same thing said he's a gigantic man hiding inside the gigantic woman will require you. Found a total recall. Do not never never seen it. But the thing about total recall is the name of arnold schwarzenegger's tomography which is a very good name and also why don't have pointless. I'm looking forward to next week. It's going to be so bad if it really you can. If you knew that failure would actually literally make me die would you in order to save my life but you just let me just a first round question just knowing that would save my life or would you the morality of impeachable like. I said i wasn't tired. They fucking form a single word. So if i need you die if i didn't help you out only forty seven. I'd probably let you go robert website. You know. I think he's go more work to do on. This world is robot. Wouldn't i wouldn't want to be responsible for the naples true. That is true. That's a good point so look it's been win. If you want to know more about point you can listen to the apple store and there was. My favorite thing is who is bobby ball. People being asked a question what words ending in some yeah and then he said apple which meant that lead. Mackey was big. Fam- came back. Tim and everyone else about one hundred seventy lost. It already gone home to three hours to get back. Just a hobby. Boom say apple. Some correct them. I watched the clip play online because a fan of pasta do every wasn't flying has put everything but it doesn't have the end because they will get nothing spoiler they will get knocked out by the final round. Just leave it up and then it comes back with them singing. So how how instruments and -tario date. They start very strongly strongly then he felt me right before. I'm someone who just said just terry in you know the first round is worth having some people. Some people are clever. They came out with very good. Wholesome wholesome poor son was terry terry surprises there too. How did they get on member. Gone yet under these remember. Every one of them is teri. Woken semester special moment. Yeah they final pasta guys on that. Show the and lima combustible the. I think they didn't win the jackpot. Okay don't remember anyone can remember. Let me know because it was exciting. And then by the busted fence. I i would say well. I'll ask if you have you seen ghost. Well let's we was that because he goes because the world be very different place if there were some six billion people have died that what some one of no one can no not not one percent of in came back and decided that instead of actually standing the bomber. John's bed in a creepy house. Come and watch. Richard hearing or on the phone on the one show. Just go do something. They have a message to get across. I would say in the most visible way. You can honestly just go to someone from coming from turn up winning. Say something so. I think the world will be a very very different place in this clearly is no evidence there. He goes to the impossible impossible to disprove the negative but they would be so much evidence that there were goes so almost endless evidence their workers goes so. I'm afraid i refuse to accept that. They're so funny but it has some extra to have you ever seen a sasquatch bigfoot. Ever seen one. They're never seen one third one third one run like crazy. The heard one. Yeah i was in in the poll right on pay to. That's how he's making on to employment. You know the east face dangerous of the best time. We're we're on a snowy field. There's there's a shadow smithfield that leads up to the that ridge and hear in the background is hearing this noise. And i'm thinking is george who i'd climb with a joke. Big george jim. I'm hearing over there. And then you know what i see coming out about tent. Well george behind me enjoy. It's like that. I enjoyed run.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

07:25 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"The are and that is within indigenous. Six cheaper you get better on. We've been there right. Thinking humid start in a standard career. That's pretty good. That's much original as you need for unbe good. We did on radio show. We fund the nation's favourite cuba. And i believe tuba tuba like a bar like a two hour for what you meant. Musical instrument from the think was the single thing. One anyone remember from ninety nine stinger is already green thing. We like pink inside it's been like. Am to gone down. Don't choose anymore was the yellow one. We've early spray refreshing refresher but it's a bit more sour comes a point with the teeth where there's the memory nothing you can do. So nervous climbing amounted or something and sometimes eight like sweet cigarettes. The longest week cigarettes. Just sweet candy sticks already. Have the week cigarettes these. Sometimes he'd love hearts. Yeah love good. And every time. I the previous podcast. Every time i go to my waist station is still one trick and pick a mixture of every single one site by the end of the tool. I'm having made several hundred pounds worth of radical events. Also just one one for me. I've been wait okay. Sometimes to read. I'm looking i to get caught on what they do. They catch me. And i'm talking about macabre like a master criminal tone to say that i'm talking to pick and mix these. These have gone out yet. So i can still. I took the other day until i wonder if they'll see me sale this. I'm told them now. By saying it. The puck i am doing. I will continue. And you'll never catch me. Probably had stations that really expensive nine per one hundred grams. And that's not very much used to get like a courtroom pam. Yes for t- low pens. It'd be so brilliant if you genuinely got called and arrested the former tv coming. Richard herring offer win situation. Because if i don't get caught free sweets. If i do get caught in be really funny to buy if they press charges and i were refused i will say well let you go if you pay all go. Of course another no. I am on my way to brazil. Geic won't be very unconvenient. I want to be arrested do that. Because also you know who's the criminal ratio is or is it many knows it mr three ball his it. Their persons for one point six nine often quite sales. Fleets who makes picnics. brandon was. He makes them brand for one company. All of them. You seem to know a lot about picking your very confident ago. Johnson's said no he doesn't even know about mother of henry was he knows nothing much about it from you. Have you been sitting here by the picking. Mix here my confession. That could be a place in the audience could just come and make up confess. I know the candy. Kings mom was margaret. But that's where it isn't exist brandon a tool so there's a big factory someone turn on that all day sweetser to us but this sort of brand sweets albert bit. You know what i mean. They have slightly crusoes who they're not really not very low quality often sluggy style. Say if i get caught ago. I was just tested to see how sale they were and they were sable like squeezing suv. I'm then safe you arrest movement to tell the country but your picnic sustain now said that. They're getting tight. I'm lying but it'd be great new episode of sherlock christmas special rights. Let me see what else. I've got to talk to you because we used to time has been flying by on the moms can play. That was the important thing. Have you heard any song. I think i'm in love with rich. Dodson i have not had that pleasure. That's worth checking out. big cheese. Tomato washing is their final clam. She's nice commit commit engaged to she is. She's this chairman flat and edinburgh for a week and became engaged in so. He's going to have a quick in and i should do that. I should know that because flat with lovely right a nice guy you know big guy pay seventy the money for the just hush it. Just the other day passes was on my final fuga shows and said we talking because we used to sherifi ninety million t- because we have in edinburgh one year. That's right. I just remember anything. I just think. Come against blanks for momma pointless round. What's what's flatmates rich tag. Still get you go on gonna orders. Four primary is that another series of team tribes in the pipeline is another susan in the pipeline about to do sixty sixty last time. We operate we did thirty first on around sixty this same drives ideas that people get the violent attained based on their answer to a question on the table even goes so you single played the question. Do you ever seen it once. And i enjoyed it thirty once. Saw you know what every single fucking episode or this. I've seen every one of them. You see one episode of that does advocate to be. I'd like to see like one person gets four. People always to resort as always Making one against four really. Okay thanks. That was the only thing that will be good to to traipse tribes by. Frank goes to hollywood good. Yeah deva suggested that. No love too expensive to expensive telling if i could do to with similar but different. I'll do.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Idea but gonna made by. I go in for me tomorrow. Scrammed discuss the ipod comes died thing. Goodnight sweetheart isn't very good. Police blue idea. So i had to talk about art. Who says you things. I've watched it all but does it takes an interesting proposition. Doesn't really explore got to learn how to do. the meeting. didn't say that too. But that was. That was the undercurrent of so. Would you like to make gate. I'd call it good night. Good nice sweetheart. I like to me with to morris. Grant by of off morris grants that he said that the doesn't own the rights completing all burning. He recommended they probably would. I would be. I'd be playing the man. He goes back. You know. I can see that one. If you get stupidly someone like that might be interesting. Maybe you could see that can timing. He'd be funny. But you know what i mean like more. Bumbling one was he he would get in the very sharp way has with the gangs in at the actually the more i think about it what you'd be very good doing like an acerbic voice over on dealer mobile. Talk to him after this. I'll share the with him. The work and this labra this is. My genuine idea. Thinks good this is a panel show intellectuals in idiots one scene is people who went to university university of tvs. didn't go to university. And then they have to compete in various tasks to find out which is best to the university of life of the university of oxbridge. Okay and that's the game is a okay. That's an old one. I'm going to be honest with you. I philip ninety nine. That's been swim is from the early forties. Okay i think we pick stanford university challenged. Okay all right. Well i'll get back to the. Have you got any ideas. And how i can get onto proper tally. Well coming back on point for briefly which got. Let's go to six and a half million proper. That's kind of brussels madhouse numbers. So that's good business. You have to stop pretending you have to stop saying that things are proper teddy is we have to pretend to be young and say of course youtube more much more important than than bbc to this godly views. This guy got for his for. He was eating lunch and a million people over the last year. Seven many people country just sheep. I'll just carry the leads of than fifty one thing as a as a as a tv site. Jettison people says the history of tv and the history of game shows and stuff there's always like brucie's generation game and no one was really watching it. No one watched it anywhere on the eighth series for seventy eight series and on. Tv went on strike. Virtually nothing else on television. So thirty five million people watched it and we were fine and could guard light that the case literally nothing on would be good. Yeah with only four horses basis because the olympics being cancelled or whatever it was you remember when the olympics.

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"A very good example. Richard osborne has a sort of earthly transcendent beauty about him. And he's funny. And i want someone couldn't control themselves and they were writing poetry vista all good stuff. There's lots of zonda thanks. That was that. I didn't bother re read any of it. I've heard about it. I've seen pitches seen this. This like people send illustration sometimes fucked up. Your faces stuck onto ninety really properly. Good drawings magnus anime drawings of zonda given its me giving it to. You knows a bit of both. If i'm honest if you if you you may have done this because cambridge together please and you were together now. I feel bad about human housing. So i've got i've got some of this is meant to ask this question to. Us milken who was on. I'm discs. i've come up with a new format that you can have this format until it's called desert island dick's by smoking. You think it's eights. Get a guest in every week and you ask them. Which eight richards would you take island. And you'll be ideal. Coal-rich is a really good. Did count as one of the richards. I think you would not county be nine richards. Yeah nine i'm like with disks. You just like the bible and shakespeare you get me so i got back. In the bible and shakespeare combined mass bother people decide. What your favorite richards richest gone. This is one of those questions that you always want to be honest. I would say a would say mainly always fun to be. Sexist gonna be women on which mainly wish out there on the king of the mountains of france done for drugs. But there's probably look after you. An emergency forgiving. They might have some drugs and they might be a mountain on the island. Which would be king of richard. Nixon gave this. Can you name make people rich white. Hart richard wilson doug unbelieving. Richard was so who made lead mckee nixon. Nixon complex some wilson. Richard richie a elite which humanity the ministry creatures. Ready to laugh that rich manica even just popping out there and just like being around Everyone which it that would be that you'd enjoy that. Brought as ritchie from five ritchie neville from five and a rick edwards. Okay because he's the same height as it'd be nice dominate that edwards very huge kong. Your mom was telling me all about. Your mom doesn't listen to this this year. She probably wouldn't surprise Sixty four hundred with my dad. My dad for sixty four years relations sixty years. It's nice to have someone believing in father christmas. So that you would think the two of them just looking at each other tabriz you're gonna tell them most line. I did not expect eyelid. Joke expecting three roof choose dicks to take actual cox now right. The i'm coming pitch this to you. I'm not sure if you were there. I had an idea about deal or no deal okay. Which was that. There should be a late night version of age. Like in the poker where you just re show deal no deal. But you have some mathematicians statis- some concessions mathematician. Mathematicians sanctity superstitious mathematicians. I'm pretty with everything from the number thirteen. And they do comedy over the top of whether Say has any truth to or not so. That's twenty twos. Come very unlucky box. They can go. The is not true. Twenty two has on average come at the same time every other box. Just be that the hallway. Three and noise made that no that wouldn't scott subscribing magical properties you've given given the prevalence of in this world. That is a good thing to get like the curse of the newbie. I would like someone to come to this sites statistics. I'd like the sisters on that. So what the statistics are to be. Which is a complete twenty bucks is all open randomly equally. But then they could do over. The last ten goes wherever just to say this and it just so more logical loved the overnight pretty game disagreement the audience that i don't like the magical alum no lebanon's projects onto i don't wanna get rid of no let you don't believe in. I was someone about the only show. I've ever made where i absolutely knew. For a fact from the first time we ever played it hit. You never know with most shows you never know but with that one the second you play you just people are going to love this for a couple of years. They did not so much now. We go in those still go. Watch your time. And then i did wasn't enough people saying actually know about that there. Is you say number. Numbers have my memory but apart from that. Okay okay. so that's not gonna happen either. Well i think it it'd be the same thing you know so i'll tell you late busy i i came in to pitch to me. I couldn't remember. I talked to you know talk. Did you talk to young. 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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Know because it was i i got so far. I've never been so nervous on. Tv in my life. And i've done live tv. I've done celebrity mastermind which was nerve wracking. But not as and the ages to go back and forth after because you do talk temporal and then and then you're gonna talk to alexandra armstrong when you're trying to come up. Think of your answer. Off the best concentrates detroit and the worst thing was icon. My voice girl that. I was very very nervous. So i'm trying to think of the onset. And i thought what i can work out things definitely nine eight could work. Daddy go to number one. So i knew that john lennon died at ninety. Nine hundred should've just said john lennon. And i was trying to be clever and i knew that jealous guide number one and i was pretty sure that it was prime. Ferries only number one. Which i think it was but he was mute so i knew a lot of facts. They very very clever out of the show the the war but we had the other one the other day we saw him. Here's a mine and they come on the first show. The very big fans of the show species sulaiman. They come in the first time. And i got and the second show that came on absolutely swept all before them. Yeah the jackpot is well. No pressure as what you should be doing. Yeah well i'm humpty recording next week slave so another comedian special among we wrote web. Sarah chance now. These plans any feature that received puts me in the same but it's also a reminder. I played the pointless as we did. Backstay Got richard reid out backstage. And it was a real cake for me very good. I'm so also. the hope. wrinkle was hovering korea. Hawk wrinkle. How can you can work three three points. So i've got confused and upset but he's made a reminder that of your of decaying of my brighton quiz retaining knowledge. Now when i'm playing. I just gotta then coming of single thing. Even i'd like to think of the show is basically proven. The people about the embrace success comes from my own. My own memory is let me damn. Well we're talking them out people watching this. Which is most of your audience is my. That's what that's what. I hate. Dom jolly i hated him before. He beat me and then went to get the jackpot but backstage dom jolly said about this show rubbish just for students and old people and i i was very cross them and i thought well your over say there's no way fate will let you win the game win the jackpot to add insult injury. My mom has been in touch good. She's about time it's not about. He wasn't mentioned mentioned laugh. Breath we did talk on the phone because next door neighbors mr mrs allen came to see the show forty years. And at's ma'am they quite enjoyed the taste. There's something for everyone. In claire allan. their daughter was my first girlfriend. We used to show each other no way. So i didn't mention that to to them. Although probably in the nineteen seventies an innocent time my mum's then massive is the first time they've ever been in touch about my podcasts. And podcasts my mom. Although i though i'm not i'm not impressed with the way the phrases this toddler at the medicine margaret of avenue. Okay i think. I'm right in saying the richard also said that margaret sanger was the mother of the future henry the seventh. She wasn't fat wife of henry. Sick mother have. Edward died cheeks. I think the mother. Happiness with margaret beaufort. What have we going to say for yourself. It sounds plausible. does sound plausible. I'm not i'm not. I'm not the world's leading margaret of anjou expert honesty. The occasionally things come up. But i think i'm not a lot of stuff on manga of angie. She was that she was called margaret. She was bowled with kings. One way or another your mom may. We'll be right so she was calling proud that she was clever. The new could also. She said he knows everything about everything. And i didn't want to say there's a blood researchers and he's probably hear someone computer and they want to say there's nothing on my computer. Prop she's actually almost always people say. Oh you've got something wrong. And they say that wikipedia entry hells you got it wrong and you just just so you know. Wikipedia is in your. Your mom might have actually found a little weakness. There should be very very very pleased. But she's a massive fan of the show will. I'm a massive fan of hers. Will you be resigning over the mistake. And i might come. I would make coming tomorrow morning for the bbc. It's they choose ship very impressive. Why is the combined laptop doesn't is it doesn't have anything on with you. Pointless such a question. Such a good question was just because it's television wide shot so you need something in the shot and a computer sort of makes it look as if you know what you're talking about. It gives you an air of authority protected just for an actual computer. The head could at least play hearts or you're waiting for me to give romance for a while they did. They did chose occasionally they put things on it. But it's just distracting. Made me look away from everybody is not other right angle. Would it's really. Can they do some kind of screen like coach whatnot. Csi then moving things around bring. Y'all suggest that such a good idea must bring the family. Did you so you you have. You did when he magazines weird crush the back. End coming right across without saying chris. I think that's unfair but you want there. There is just do this. Generally with my guests. I go to a dirty confessions. Where people with sexual fantasies up a lot. This jeffrey if you search your name of things about you know. I really should stop posting. But these are something that people comedy fans of elect anonymous- anonymously i want feel richard osmond's shapely lips all over my body and do that mess around. Richard osmond's hind excites me so much. He has an enormous cock. I want to sit on it and write him. Raw is interesting because she goes from that to complaining about maghazi. Well i never did is just someone is large. it doesn't mean genitalia was necessarily large rich. It's not necessarily want ryan. I am quite small. Very small hems..

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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

03:43 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Want the high stakes staff. The believe the hype stuff the criminally good emotional roller coaster can't believe what you're seeing stuff you know the good stuff. Amc plus has it. All can't wait for the beginning of the end. Watch all new episodes of the walking dead one week early to be chilled to the core set sail with the north water. A thrilling arctic. Drama starring jack o'connell and colin farrell plus uncovered gripping true crime content ad free and on demand expect the epoch with amc plus sign up today at amc plus dot com mc. Plus only the good stuff. Hello welcome to another retro rally. sta These are look back through the back catalogue. There's hundreds and hundreds of podcast there. It's confusing if you're newbie. If you're as old as me you may have listened to them already forgotten them. I'm picking out my favorites my favorite guests and some of my favorite shows. So you can listen again or find them for the first time. Do feel free to go and check that back catalogue on your own. Though the more you listen the more advertising revenue we can receive so and the more we can make as a result. So thank you for listening. We're going way way back what year this one's i haven't looked it up is rich osmond's first appearance on the show. I am a huge fan of this man. He is one of the loveliest men in show business but also very modest and magnificent talent both coming up with brilliant tv formats which is done over and over again and now writing bestselling novels I can't work out. If i'd like to be as tall as dozen. Or as richard has richard husband either would be fine for me He is he's a looming presence over a little squirt like me And i love this one because he let himself go which is not allowed to do entirely on pointless or you don't see it entirely important south games but he is a very very funny man. He's particularly rude about my mom in this particular episode which was very enjoyable but just again for a non comedian. One of the wittiest and most charming man apart from the stuff he says about my mom that you will ever get to meet i you know. Good luck to him. I hope he keeps on sellin. Thousands millions of books and doom brilliant. Tv shows bloody prick Thanks was supporting these rallies. Coming up some brilliant brilliant guests for you including harry hill. Catherine ryan david mitchell. Probably bob mortimer ten k. Phil wang amadou bury. It goes on and on. I can't even list the ball hits. I'm so excited about everyone coming on so do come and see one of those lives. Live if you can. It's always better live. Richard koch gigs. Or you can buy livestream. Watch all of these shows is pretty cheap especially if you're a monthly badger of your monthly budget. It's only twenty five pounds to watch all eight of these shows. You can become a monthly budget. Go faster stripe dot com slash patches and get all kinds of benefits. You won't go back. You can leave anytime you want. But you're in you will never leave. It's like the hotel california but nicer because you just get some free content and stand up shows and stuff anyway. Thank you for your support. It means so much to me. It's so great to be getting back into theaters and doing these shows properly. But it's all so fantastic to listen back to some of the old one so enjoy this podcast with the lovely horrible lucky get. That is richard. Osman side sorry. Sorry.

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"richard" Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on The Changelog

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"richard" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"When he relocated to los angeles he was coaxed into not just acting but they get into directing and we all know how that worked out so great career and you know just growing up with his movies in the background and he just seemed like a it's someone you don't know but you feel ten with passes you're like man. I never knew this but somehow they're touch my life and was always someone i wanted to meet. There's a book that i've had in my Amazon wishlist for a very long time and it was called. It was a biography by about restaurant. Called you're the director. You figured it. Out the life and films of richard donner. I've wanted it for a very long time and now probably be very hard to find an overpriced. So that's frustrating. And i will find it now and two thousand six during the whole time of returns win. Richard donor. To superman cut was released. Geoff johns and richard donner wrote a comic together. Called last son of krypton and we will actually recording a review of that soon and Look forward to that now. Seeing what he no touching back into the world of superman always simply his heart and he'll be missed. Look for those podcast. Like i said in just searched the cape. Wonder podcast just dropped one. That is a discussion with brian. O'halloran who played non and superman men to and he's looking back at rich so check that out and remember richard donner. If you want to help out this show in any other show on southgate media group and you really don't have the extra money to do so check this out. Good southgate ni group dotcom at the top. There's a link to amazon. Click that logging tier amazon shop and buy like normal and part of the money that you spend gums back to.

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"richard" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"Shows and facebook. Welcome to the krypton report. This is a special episode. That was kind of impromptu. You by recent events. Yeah i just want to take a few moments. Also if you're listening to this episode you'll realize are episode. Numbers are a little off because we had everything prerecorded for some specials. Ready to go. And i'm in the process of moving so it made it much more difficult when this happened but technically this episode two hundred enjoy. This episode is going to be talking about the late angry. Richard donner now. Richard donner a lot of fans. Mostly it'll be known for superman and he you know he directed one superman movie technically mucky but he set the standard for many many superhero movies to follow. Currently both wonder woman and batman begins looked at the template and style of superman. The movie richard donner. So let's just take you honest conversation piece. There's great podcast that there are people who had worked with donner who are coming out and saying what a great man he was one of the podcast that i thoroughly enjoy comic book central. Just re posted lincoln. So did we share their link horn interview. That was done. I want to four four five years ago with donner and it's great. Just check it out. So let's get into some of his some of his great works now as a director. He has many credits. I'm gonna hit the high notes that people know it'll really help cement. Who he was he did he did. Tv for a while building up his repertoire. It wasn't till nine thousand nine hundred seventy six with the movie. The omen which i believe is his third film and first major film others have been tv movies. I believe i'm not. I'm not one hundred percent positive. Everything at the beginning here broke out and the omen was a huge success. Success based on the horror craze of the seventies after the exorcist the omen would later be remade wonderful but then after that nineteen seventy eight was when he got superman and superman of course is what he's most known for..

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"richard" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

04:31 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Road Trippin': Richard vs. Channing

"You can even say it sideways at the side of your mouth like there's some people out there that don't feel johnson kevin durant to being the same conversations like you ain't gotta say it's from kevin durant you just. Yeah yeah here after you just have to understand too that our world is you cannot leave anything interpretation now and i'm going to say it's you guys and this is probably gonna be breaking I think that my career in broadcasting and espn Could have been better. If i was if i would have put out some of the things that i had in my mind or said i said some things said some things about People being very critical. I think i think i could still be on tv right now. But i i wasn't gonna compromise. You know certain people in relationships just to you know. Stay on tv. I love doing tv work with a lot of great people but it just it just wasn't mass space and so that that's what i'm saying they will. It's hard. I mean that business hard because you have to. You know you have to call on those relationships to you know. Have the best stories or you know. Give the best information you have to. you know. Use some of the stuff that you have in your back pocket. And i just refused to do that and i think that's what's my time. Espn short stocky. You and i think we're going to wrap it up with that said way back when when we started road. Chirpin this guy. This guy wanted to be where to go left. he's done this post on row trivia. Yesterday when i reached out to him he was. Like i have been kicking myself in the ass because i wanted to be at your meal. Listen listen you know what. I've made a lotta mistakes in my life Doing now basketball career home. You know my life. In general and one of the biggest mistakes that i made was not becoming a part of roach in because you guys are on a different stratosphere right now and i would be on. I'll be along for the ride in. I let my pride get in the way. So i wanna tell i want to tell all three. You're doing a fantastic job. I watch all the podcast and if an opportunity comes back for you guys to bring me on again you know what we're gonna we're gonna join. We're gonna bring you on next time. We have a gas. We're going to bring you on. We're gonna have you as a reoccurring audition for elections. We will get you in per going here. We know we are coming up on the five year anniversary of the twenty sixteen titles so give us a story before. Richard surrounded jump in actually be on television. Give him your amex grace from that season..

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"richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Richard Eats a voice of Santa Fe. Uh oh. Uh oh. All right. It's Thursday. 13 good afternoon instead of a northern New Mexico. A lot has happened in the left 30 minutes. We will talk about it extensively today. You can be sure what has happened in the last 30 minutes as the CDC is now saying that if you are fully vaccinated the Mexicans those beyond the Mexico You can Go indoors outdoors. Do business indoors outdoors live indoors outdoors without a mask. If you are fully vaccinated, it raises 1000 questions. Does that mean for New Mexico? So I have reached out to the governor's office saying, What does that mean? For New Mexico? Will you address this today? I have not heard back yet. I was just a few minutes ago. No, it's a ship is a huge shift with a million questions. We will talk about it today. 69.

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