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Ken Blackwell Shares How to Restore Voter Integrity
"Let's focus on how we can best address some of the issues regarding voter integrity of what happened in 2020. I still think we need to fix 2020 and the sense of fix what went wrong in 2020 from the mail in ballots to the signature verification issues. What is the status of the election integrity fight? What is going well and where do we need to dedicate some more work? Before we in fact prescribe a fix, we have to get a deeper understanding of what went wrong. So let me just say it to you this way. In 2020, we had the perfect storm for chaos and confusion. If you go back a hundred years in 1918, we had the Spanish flu, the 1929 we had major economic disruption in 1968. We had valid across the country and our major cities and in 1974, we had the impeachment process associated with Richard Nixon in 2020, we had all of those things. And the Democrats have never missed an opportunity of chaos to advance an agenda. So what they did in 2020 was that they under the guise of relaxing because of COVID, they did away with a lot of the verification policies and practices that helped us understand their voters or who they claim to be. They also loosened the chain of custody of ballots. So as we approach, as we approach 2021, we, in fact, have to fix those things. We have to tighten the chain of custody. And that means that we can't fall victim of mass unsolicited mail in ballots. We can't allow private dollars like Zuckerberg put in play in 2020 in with a half a $1 billion in selected and targeted areas that discriminated against some voters because it allowed voter valid curing by some and not by others. And so we have to go in and we have to fix those things and we have to rebuild voter confidence in the
Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'
"The the new new coronavirus coronavirus variant variant Omicron Omicron is is bringing bringing cozied cozied nineteen nineteen vaccine vaccine inequality inequality home home to to roost roost the the emergence emergence of of Omicron Omicron on on the the wheels wheels desperate desperate and and likely likely futile futile attempt attempt to to keep keep it it at at bay bay a a reminders reminders of of what what scientists scientists have have warned warned for for months months the the coronavirus coronavirus who who thrive thrive as as long long as as vols vols parts parts of of the the world world black black vaccines vaccines the the holding holding of of limited limited to to cope cope with with nineteen nineteen shots shots by by rich rich countries countries doesn't doesn't just just mean mean risk risk for for the the parts parts of of the the world world C. C. ng ng shortages shortages it it threatens threatens the the entire entire globe globe faxing faxing expert expert Richard Richard Hatchett Hatchett says says the the bar bar received received a a ruthless ruthless opportunist opportunist and and the the inequality inequality that that has has characterized characterized the the global global response response has has now now come come home home to to roost roost Charles Charles Taylor Taylor this this month month London London
Scientists Like Richard Lindzen, Roy Spencer Are Demonized When Challenging Climate Change
"I want to move back to climate change Let me say again once money and status American thinker started flowing into climate science because of the disaster its denizens were predicting There was no going back Imagine that a climate scientist discovers gigantic flaws in the models and some had many have In the associated sides do not imagine That his discovery would be treated respectfully and evaluated on the merits That would open the door to reversing everything that's been so wonderful for climate scientists Who would continue to throw billions of dollars a year at climate scientists if there were no disasters to be prevented No the discover of any flaw would be demonized and attacked as a pawn of evil interests Richard linson and Roy Spencer come to mind and there are many many others Even in my latest book American Marxism I've been chapter as you know On climate change fanatics that's what I call it Climate change fanaticism
Unpacking the Single Worst Poll for Democrats With Pollster Richard Baris
"With us right now is a friend of mine and he reached legend status in the Pantheon of heroes of the Charlie Kirk show as he went to like two a.m. on the night of junkins win and the near win in New Jersey. He's a good man, big data poll, he's smarter, and better looking than Nate silver. It is Richard barris Richard. Welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Hey, Charlie, thanks for having me on. Happy Thanksgiving. You too, every time you know I have to mention Nate silver. It's important. So it is. You guys came out with some very compelling new polling, what's going on? I want to go piece by piece. So go through it methodically, the floor is yours. So, you know, the birds eye view here, Charlie, is that the issues are just really coming around to bite Joe Biden. Come on, your show, others, and I've been saying this for months that Joe Biden's approval rating in the beginning of his presidency was artificial. And what I meant by that is that he never received time marks on any issue except for COVID to include the economy and that once it became clear that COVID was a pandemic, and the president did not have that much authority over a virus particle that that would be an impossible campaign promise to keep, and he would begin to collapse. As that has happened, some votes his numbers. So now for the first time, we do have them below 40, 39.8, which is we always do decimals. And that is, you know, trending right along with his COVID approval, which is now a majority disapprove. And he's barely struggling to be in the forge. So Richard, who the heck are these 39% of America that thinks Biden's doing a good job? Yeah, you know, there's most of them, honestly, are Democrats holding on, even though there was definitely fracture this month in his approval among
Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'
"Will Rashida Tlaib? It was a very questionable individual. She believes we need to end federal prisons and open up all the jails and the criminals. This is now a stated policy position of the Democrat party. Now you might say, how could anyone possibly believe this? Will you see if you do not believe? That people are naturally inclined towards doing evil? Then you have to explain it away. And Rashida Tlaib believes that prisons are the reason why people do bad things. Again, you must go to college to believe such things as play cut 20. Yeah, again, I think that everyone's like, oh my God, we just release everybody. This one's. But did you see how many people are mentally ill that are in prison right now? No, I know, but the act that you don't actually release everyone, human traffic is. Oh, I know. Child sex that are mentally ill that have substance abuse problems. Why are you asking me about them? You're asking me about the traffickers trying to understand your proposal is sort of sweeping. It does release everyone. What? So sometimes I watch these clips beforehand. Sometimes I don't. Good for Jonathan Swan. I'm gonna text him after this. He's from axios. Tlaib, that's stupid? No, she's actually a I could see it immediately. I'm like, okay, now I know what I'm dealing with. And yeah, I'm just kind of a loss for words. What I was just watching there. She was admitting, like, of course, oh, I know. I'm gonna open up all the prisons, of course, obviously. The sex traffickers the murders, the arsonists, hey, you know what we need? Ted Kaczynski needs to be walking the streets again, according to Rashida
BLM Supporter, 'Militant' Says Parade Killings Might Be Beginning of 'The Revolution'
"Weird how Milwaukee's BLM leaders is saying that the walka Shaw Christmas parade attack may be the start of a revolution. Play cut 51. Oh, no. Now we don't have to wait until they do us money because we may have to wait and see what they say about why this happened. But it sounds impossible that the revolution has started. In this case. The revolution has started in
Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts
"We have to close the loop on the walka Shaw story. Isn't it a tragic set of circumstances where we're only allowed to talk about or care about a tragedy if the color of the skin of the attacker is something that the regime actually wants? So the attacker and walker Shaw, who has now killed 6 people a young boy died last evening. So it's went from 5 to 6. Ran over 40 more people. A black terrorist by the name of Darryl Brooks he is a pro Hitler anti semitic black supremacist terrorist. It's been wiped clean from the activist media. You've got a CNN dot com. No mention at all whatsoever. Nope. Nothing. Instead, if you, if you looked at any of the headlines that happened, they're not even saying that this is a terrorist attack. No, they just call it a car crash. They say what happened in Waukesha Wisconsin was just the car crash. It was like someone that got off on the wrong exit. Play cut 56. Bank worker. We were also hearing from the uncle of one of the 18 children hurt in the crash on Sunday. David begnaud reports on how one 11 year old girl is doing. The crash on Sunday. This was an attentional attack. But because it was a black assailant who's a child sex trafficker and pedophile, it doesn't fit the
"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..
"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..
Park in Pelosi's District Slated to Receive $200M
"So what is the deal? I'm gonna have a column up at The Washington Post shortly on Nancy Pelosi, $200 million for the presidio park. What is the deal with that, Jake? How in the world does someone justify $200 million for your neighborhood park? Well, it is a very nice park, but you're right. I actually have not completely seen how they how in the text it directs the money to the presidio park, whether it makes the presidio park eligible for the funds or as you know you, but many people don't know sometimes in the era of note earmarks, sometimes language is written that only makes one entity eligible like it says for parks that include X Y and Z and our of a certain size. But yes, I mean, listen, this is the power of being a congressional leader, right? I mean, we saw how Rogers used to do this when he was the appropriation share used to shuffle lots of money to Kentucky and Shelby Richard Shelby of Alabama does the same thing for Alabama. But you're absolutely right. It's something that people are outraged about.
Flames spoil opening of Islanders' new arena with 5-2 win
"The flames got two goals from Andrew Mongia pani on their way to a five two win to spoil the islanders first game at UBS arena Brad Richards and open the scoring for Calgary with the first ever goal of the aisles new home the flames jumped out to a three one lead in the second New York made a push in the third but Calgary put it away with two empty net goals Brock Nelson scored both New York goals making him the first Islander to score UBS the wind makes three out of four for the flames New York has lost five in a row I'm well you guys
Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David
"We continue now with Eric's interview at the Babylon B we'll have to ask, because you said that you were friends with Larry David at one point? Yes, at dinner, his apartment. When I was writing the hero pieces, the Atlantic monthly published a couple of them. And there was a humor reading. So it was like 1987 and somebody got me to do a humor reading with Roz chast's husband you know Roz chast, The New Yorker cartoonist, whatever. Her husband did some stuff, and there was somebody else. I can't remember, but I was one of these like two or three people who like in a basement in New York did a comedy reading. And this friend of mine that I met at one of these writers colony says, you got to meet my friend Larry. He will love you. He loves you and he's so funny. He's one of these before he became famous. Like right before. So he came and he loved what I did like the humor pieces. I think these fewer pieces are on my website, Eric and Texas dot com air contacts dot com. Eric and Texas dot com. But the humor pieces are still there. And so anyway, so we became friends and he really loved what I was doing, and he connected me with his manager whom he eventually married, and she was only taking she had him. She had Chris Elliott. You know, like, really, I was like, I've made it now. Yeah. And then I became a born again Christian and I threw it all in the garbage. I burned all of that with my elo albums and all that satanic stuff. Because humors of the devil. No, I never really overtly turned away from it. I just kind of drifted away. But so Larry and I became friends. I remember he had a dinner party in his apartment, and the actual Kramer came in. But at the time, I didn't realize he was the actual Kramer. Did you know he was racist? Or not so funny? That's a funny question. That's a funny question. I would kill to meet Michael Richards. I just love that man so much. But yeah, so I think when I became like a conservative Jesus freak, Larry David probably had problems
Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted on all charges in Kenosha shootings
"A jury finds Kyle Rittenhouse not guilty of all charges for fatally shooting two men and wounding a third during protests in Kenosha Wisconsin after three and a half days of deliberations by the defendant Kyle H. red house not guilty Rittenhouse sagged and collapsed he was acquitted of all charges Rittenhouse brought an A. R. style semi automatic rifle and a medical kit to night of tumultuous protests over police violence in the summer of twenty twenty Rittenhouse argued self defense in the shooting of Joseph Rosen bomb saying he was attacked then after being chased by bystanders shot to death protestor Anthony Huber who hit him with a skateboard and wounded demonstrator gauge grow scribes who admitted pointing a gun of his own at Rittenhouse here's defense attorney mark Richards once our individual selves this in this country for some
Dan Bongino Cuts to Live Reading of Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict
"And then he just made a point judge Schroeder as well to say no matter what the reaction you think you might have to this whether acquittal or conviction way back to the court Would you Give your please 54 54 and has the jury reached a verdict as to each count of the information Yes we have your honor One verdict in one verdict only Yes Would you hand all the paperwork to the bailiff please Thanks Yeah see that too please have done this Thank you The defendable rise is based the jury and hearken to its verdicts That's the first time the information shows up on the journey behind the defendant Kyle H Rick house not guilty As to the second count of the information Richard McGuinness we either read by the defendant Kyle H ridden house not guilty As to the third kind of the information unknown male we the jury find the defendant Kyle H Breton house not guilty As to the fourth count of the information Anthony huber we the jury find the defendant Kyle H rittenhouse not guilty As to the 5th count of the information gauge growth we the jury find the defendant Kyle Edward Kyle H rent house not
Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha
"The defense and prosecution of made their closing arguments in the Wisconsin murder trial of Kyle Rittenhouse the teen who killed two protesters in August of twenty twenty summing up the trial as heard on court TV Canosa county assistant district attorney Thomas Bangor says Kyle Rittenhouse then seventeen was not the frightened child the defense portrayed when he brought a semi automatic weapon to a racial justice protests you're not allowed to run around point you're gonna pay defense attorney mark Richard says Rittenhouse only shot those who threatened him calling it self defense one with a skateboard one of his hands one of his feet one with a gun prompting this for a bottle from another prosecutor James Krause so much to tell the parents and grandparents and Santa Claus getting skateboards this Christmas about how they're giving their children a deadly weapon I guess they should get in a R. fifteen instead the judge has given instructions to the jury and they begin deliberations in the morning I'm Jackie Quinn
Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike
"The husband of Nazanin cigar Radcliffe the British Iranian woman detained in Iran and says twenty one day hunger strike Richard Ratcliffe thank supporters as he ends his protest outside Britain's foreign office after a long three weeks he continues to fight for his wife's freedom more than five years and she was detained and to run Rackley began his demonstration last month after his wife lost her latest appeal in Iran he hopes his hunger striker Sean a greater spotlight on his wife's case and added pressure on both the British and Iranian governments Naomi shot in London
Professor Richard Weaver Predicted the Evil the Media Would Be Today
"And there was an individual a professor by the name of Richard weaver Decades and decades ago the 1940s He saw it coming He saw it coming The media had been bad for a hundred years but the media today is nothing Nothing like even a hundred years It's the worst we've ever seen In Richard weaver he quotes author you've heard of probably James fenimore Cooper Like well quote on Sunday show And though Cooper lived before the advent of yellow journalism he seems to have stated the essential situation with a truth and eloquence impossible to improve upon When he said and I quote as the press of this country now exists It would seem to be expressly devised by the great agent of mischief To depress and destroy all that is good To elevate and advance all that is evil in the nation The little truth that is urged is usually urged coarsely weakened and rendered vicious by personalities While those who live by falsehoods fallacies enmities partialities and the schemes of the designing Find the press the very instrument that the Devils would invent to effect their designs
Rittenhouse murder case thrown into jeopardy by mistrial bid
"Kyle Rittenhouse testified that he used deadly force when he shot three men with an A. R. fifteen during a protest in Wisconsin last year but says he only fired because he was in fear for his life Kyle Rittenhouse took the stand at his murder trial you come to downtown Kenosha look for trouble now answering questions from defense attorney mark Richards the person that is actually first threatened to kill me twice Rittenhouse was mostly calm on the stand but at one point he broke down as he described feeling cornered by a protester who was carrying a gun and the first man he eventually shot Joseph Rosenbaum right right well prosecutors have betrayed him as the instigator so you felt that as a seventeen year old it was appropriate for you to be on the streets of conjunction with an A. R. fifteen that Rittenhouse told prosecutor Thomas being that he felt he did what he had to do I do tend to kill them I intended it to I intended to stop the people who were attacking me I'm Jennifer king
Watch Live: Colin Powell's funeral held at Washington's National Cathedral
"Former diplomat Colin Powell will be remembered by family and friends at a funeral today at the Washington national cathedral Paul rose from humble beginnings to become the first black chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and later served as the first black secretary of state he'll be eulogized by Madeleine Albright who preceded him as the nation's top diplomat Richard Armitage who was deputy secretary under pol and pol son Michael Powell died two and a half weeks ago of complications of Colbert nineteen at the age of eighty four he had been vaccinated against the corona virus but his family says his immune system had been compromised by multiple myeloma a blood cancer for which he had been undergoing treatment my
GOP state officials push back on employer vaccine mandate
"Dozens of lawsuits are already being filed against president Biden's upcoming mandate that larger employers require employees to be vaccinated against Kobe nineteen or face weekly testing attorneys general for about a dozen GOP led states have announced that they will work to block the labor rule from taking effect January fourth south Carolina's Alan Wilson called it garbage and unconstitutional North Carolina senator Richard Burr spoke out against mandates back away from mandates and instead use your platforms to educate encourage informed the daily wire a conservative media company has filed a challenge already in federal court as did companies in Michigan and Ohio but the Biden administration is voicing confidence it does have the right through OSHA to enforce workplace safety rules Jackie Quinn Washington
"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
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"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
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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
"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..
"richard" Discussed on The Changelog
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"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.
"richard" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast
"This is one that i forgot was donner film. I remember seeing is young and it was just child abuse it was disturbing streaming ninety two also weapon three and then what am i personal favorites that i think a lot of people. Forget and what's sad is the day before richard passing. I actually mentioned this movie. I quoted it to my wife. A lot is maverick. Nineteen ninety. four's maverick mel gibson. Jodie foster and james gardner terrific richard. Donner you know. It's it's wonderful. I can't praise it enough. If you're not sure please check it out. Alyce assassins in nineteen ninety. Five was his next film. And i saw this one. But i remembered to be honest with its Stallone antonio banderas ninety seven saw conspiracy theory which is another one of those films that i saw a lot as a child. Just because my mom actually really liked the film. It was one of those that we had the vhs and played a lot in our house. It's on hbo lethal weapon. Four followed in ninety eight and then we have a break. And it's kind of crazy thinking ninety eight and donner's next film did not appear until two thousand. Three's timeline based on the michael crichton book and on hulu and i thought that was the last film that he had directed. I did see that one. It's a fun movie. But the last movie he direct with sixteen blocks and that was in two thousand six that is not streaming that is a very vast large legacy of direction now. His production producer credits. All over the place. I mean just hit. Some of the high points can quickly. I won't other than films that he directed because very much active produced from films. He directed Starting with lady hawk. So let's go through movie. The lost boys executive producer. Free willy executive sir cruelty to the omen to offer habit. That just says nineteen ninety-five tales from the crypt. executive producer. tells them of films for free. Willy three double tap any seven any given sunday x. Men i knew about the x men x men origins wolverine knew about that one and those are the he helped produce other than Films like a man is more than just the things that he directed and i've recently watched a lot. Excuse me he has just want to point this out. A lot of cameos in his movies grant to sue man. He's a man the diner manager street. the goonies. He's a policeman. Maverick as a dealer tomlin. He's man in car conspiracy theory conspiracy theory talk cap passenger and sixteen blocks man holding birthday. I really watched more interviews. Just that i had seen some of the things he said. I watched focused on superman. Of course you could tell the he the reason why he's so beloved and what's sad is now with honors passing the three men who really crafted superman film. Richard donner tom mankiewicz. Christopher reeve have all pat. And i will go into production history of that film at series. He laid the template and a word that i'd never heard of that became very popular in richard. Donner discussing sumo's personality and they took superman serious. And even today. I think i was talking with some friends today..
"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..
"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.
"richard" Discussed on Pantheon
"He loved his family his family was supportive. He being able to do what he live in front of the show him very you know. Hey. This is what I like to do. Yeah when he came back to making. After done his first recordings. There was one song called every hour i. think that was a local hit Got Played a lot. A One night about twelve o'clock. House. He or one o'clock listening to the radio in the morning and his song comes on and he starts growing your. Working everybody. And their the hurt him. Among radio and. That's the first time. His Dad I was able to proud of it will because you know he's there really wasn't tight to understand little Richard now. So his dad really had to kind of get into the get into. One of the things was when he bought his first car, you know what he told me saying you know you're man, you should be able to. Get where you need to go to. So that was like their I kind of interacting together and shortly after that, you know he's damages was. His biggest supporters? Yeah, and then he lost you sure did. and. Just when they will come together. That was I think only a year after he had. they'd heard him singing on the radio. And thought my God. Our sons a star. and. He was going to say. It was in his blue. Even when he would go. To his local church insane and things of that nature that made you basically was the type. MUSIC JUST LOSE OUT OF HIM And the piano was something that came naturally. Being able to play the piano and being able to just express themselves in a way that only he could. He. He was a teenager for..
"richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Richard show for the city of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico a blend of the local national and worldwide news Richard salt for use of Santa Fe good afternoon and if it be Tuesday sixteen jun protein seven minutes after one o'clock pretty much carbon copy whether of yesterday right now eighty two degrees variable winds chance of rain twenty percent chance of isolated thunderstorms this afternoon high today forecast beating for right now eighty two degrees a little warmer tomorrow sunny skies eighty six Thursday eighty three in sunny Friday eighty four and sunny the weekend right now sunshine with highs around ninety for the week right now the pleasant eighty two some clouds out in a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms good afternoon Tuesday afternoon first hour is wide open you want to call in right now and talk about anything a toll on your little mind five oh five four two four twelve sixty five oh five four two four twelve sixty two o'clock today we will talk with ACSI novice ACSI is the outdoor recreation division director in the economic development department they have a very cool thing happening if you would like to be part of the effort to bring more outdoor recreation in New Mexico listen up at two o'clock two thirty day race ten of all and the don guy a ghosts will talk about try outs auditioned for the national anthem singing freezes over.
"richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Richard show for the city of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico a blend of local national and worldwide news host Richard itself for use of Santa Fe Thursday afternoon windy day in Santa Fe eighty three degrees now wins AT twenty five gusting to forty miles an hour red flag warnings high wind warnings in effect until tonight two hands on the wheel for sure eighty three degrees right now tomorrow just forecast high is sixty eight degrees T. nearly all this wind is blowing in from or whether Saturday seventy six seventy five on Sunday with a chance for rain late Sunday sixty percent actually seventy percent chance of thunderstorms on Monday which would be lovely wonderful right now though eighty three degrees and very caring when you want to be on the show she mean email Richard at Santa Fe dot com Richard at Sanofi dot com happy to be joined now in order to have one lieutenant governor how we moralis lieutenant governor how are you today I'm doing well Richard always enjoyed being on your show thank you for having me anytime within a given where are you today I'm actually in Silver City today how are things in beautiful grand county you know it's just like it is there in Santa Fe the wind blowing pretty good and warm yeah I just in Mexico you just gotta love that the weather and the climate that we have this springtime in New Mexico all old ways windy all right Silver City New Mexico how.
"richard" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And worldwide news host Richard eats all boys of Santa Fe I just and the game all right seven minutes after three o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon we go from part of resistance to our ten food too politics in northern New Mexico congressional district number three with Kyle Tisdale who is running for Congress running for the democratic nomination to basically take a seat in the in a very very blue district of northern New Mexico Kyle is from counts New Mexico yeah glad to be here it's good to see you again glad to have be here again and thanks for having me yeah absolutely how the campaign it's going well you know staying busy and still working at my day job as public interest attorney and also working on the campaign so yeah we're we're gearing up for the race toward the primary in June all right a website for your campaign it's too still for Congress dot com it's T. I. S. D. E. L. F. O. R. Congress dot com okay do you were at your at the girls ink vent the that the Canada form for girls ink at the James a little theater how did that go over the girls nice to you the curls were nice to me it was a fantastic event they did a really good job organizing it there was questions that were prepared by the girls in advance which were all very good then they took some questions from the audience right well right so yeah it was it was a fantastic how many can in its forms have you had with say a majority of the cannons here's a look there's like with fifty two candidate it's now Whittle down a little bit from from where we were at the peak but you know we've had a I I don't know what the number is but we've had a maybe a half dozen or so forums whether it's the girls thing form that was most recent some of the county Democratic Party have organized forums but yeah we've had a handful of events where where the core group of candidates have been out and and yeah it's been it's been good so tough question or not what is your super power like the girls ask you but you know what what is your niche here when you go out to Canada forms your you don't have the the biggest name ID of the cannons probably Plame of Fernandez CERN they have better name ID then you the people cut talk to you though yeah they do and and you know Richard I think one of the distinguishing features is for my candidacy is I didn't aspire to become a politician right this isn't how I've been building my career towards this moment in this I don't view this quite frankly as a stepping stone in my career good I've gotten into this race because of the urgency of the moment that we find ourselves in and you know what I think what distinguishes me is not only the fact that you know I've built my career essentially on taking on the federal government in the oil and gas industry over climate change in the impacts to our public lands but I am bringing that sense of urgency in leadership of a direction not only for this state but for our country in terms of.
"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"But it's just reminded me. There was on the first day. We did. It was Richard E Graham, Michael Parkinson might dad before the show had said can I invite someone and I said to and he said, well, just can I am by someone. It depends on who it is who you thinking of inviting. I dunno one. Yeah. Available. But I like to know who you're bringing to the show, and I said you can bring anyone except on call surrender. All right. All right because I'm into always kind just gets involved. And also he has the largest turban in history. It was like the motherships and independence day. And he said, no, no snow so go onto the show. I welcome say Hello to the audience. I first thing I noticed road three. Mothership with unconcerned the run. Denise it dangling underneath his turban. And so it became a someone who's going to boil you buy just drifted back to this huge turban and afterwards, I was dreading him approaching. I the Richard E ground Michael Parkinson, it'd be sent to my dad's just keep him in the corner here. Let his. Glossop whatever, and I was talking to Michael Parkinson. And as I'm talking to him, I say shadow. He's face. Oh, no. Mr. Parkinson by told you. I think it works though. Because I mean, obviously lots races put together, but it's just like any family..
"richard" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"In the shop. And yet it kind of a reversal sketch and all that kind of stuff. But I mean, the four of us that road so mayor my MRs an eye, Sharon, Saddam, and Richard pins over the four main writers, and we we we stole into comedy. We'd kind of what stuff we were watching stuff at the time. And so you get influenced by everything, but it was Richard and shower that came up with the sketch mainly it's still shots because I'm gonna do all for the rest of the interview. Does this? Does it haunt you and follow you like sometimes things kind of people? No, it's it's I mean, it's twenty years since since we we did it came on TV, and we did three series and. It's really humbling actually that people still remember it with such fun this. And and the strange thing is that people now found on on YouTube clips and stuff like that. But it's I don't think it's aged badly. You know, some of it, obviously has the sketches still kind of work. And so it is humbling people still remember, and that's nice. That's great. The the Koumas came after that was how how long have to goodness Christ was good. You did a couple of goodness gracious me well on on a recording day today. It was exactly to this day seventeen years ago. Right. Two thousand one they stay and. Tell you what. But it was but I had the idea. About five years earlier and everybody turned it down. Right. And I remember somebody at one of the main channels. Who I met with? He said what is this idea? You've got. And I said, well, it's this family in the interview real guests, and his grandmother, and his parents there and just be good because you got an older person asking questions, and you go woman asking questions, which you know, young. Can't ask and everything. But yeah, yeah. Yeah. He said, you know, what would be really good? And I said, yeah. And he said if the main interviewer was a woman, a young woman, and I said, oh, okay. Well, I was thinking of playing the interview, but that's here. And he said, and the reason that the guests turn up every week is because she's got great tits. Can you believe this? And I kind of this was somebody vote in diverse. Janelle? We were in just said, right, anyway, that's your ideas with picks up my bit of eight four paper, and I left so I had that sort of four or five years, and it was based on the reality of your life with your mother and father is that it was based on a particular incident. Go friend Jeanette. Who took me my parents? And the first time I taken a go onto me. My parents always gonna nervous about it. And we walked through the door. And I said geneticists my mom my dad. Mom, dad. This is Jeanette and my dad said pleased to meet you how much does your father. Also, he said, it's only a question. She doesn't have to answer to keep your voice down. And then my mom voice of reason stepped in and said, very ignore him Ginette. It's very nice to meet you. You know, Sanjiv has always been double at times rejection. And it was the first seconds. When we started doing gracious me. I remember sitting. Room that I rented in south London that time, and and I thought I wonder if I ever meet anyone famous, and I thought what would happen if I introduced them to my parents, and I know different. And what was what was lovely was that? My parents can't see a lot the recordings. And I remember off to the. We have on. We had had an opponent Carter was on. And it'd be a green room thing off to its introduced Helena to my mom. I said hell, no. This is my real mum my mum. And Helena said, oh, it's loves me. I'm said, she said. Such a pretty face. You haven't thank you. She said why in the last film that they make you monkey face? Spillman come out by. Minnie driver any driver. It said that she's living in Los Angeles down. Just don't live in London anymore. Parents said we live quite near the apple and we have said. I ever need to stall. So they would do anyway. Yeah. That's that's a pretty cool. It drive to experience. Do the show. Many come back the real people..