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Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 3 d ago

Omicron brings COVID-19 vaccine inequity 'home to roost'

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Scientists Like Richard Lindzen, Roy Spencer Are Demonized When Challenging Climate Change

Mark Levin

01:03 min | 3 d ago

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

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Unpacking the Single Worst Poll for Democrats With Pollster Richard Baris

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | Last week

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

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Rashida Tlaib Endorses Prison Abolition Bill to 'Empty Federal Jails'

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:45 min | Last week

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

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BLM Supporter, 'Militant' Says Parade Killings Might Be Beginning of 'The Revolution'

The Charlie Kirk Show

00:34 sec | Last week

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

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Waukesha Suspect Darrell Brooks Shared Pro-Hitler and Violent Anti-White Posts

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:38 min | Last week

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

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"richard h" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:35 min | Last week

"richard h" 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 h" Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:35 min | Last week

"richard h" 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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Park in Pelosi's District Slated to Receive $200M

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:10 min | Last week

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.

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Flames spoil opening of Islanders' new arena with 5-2 win

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

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

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Eric Reminisces About His Friendship With Larry David

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:03 min | Last week

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

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Kyle Rittenhouse acquitted on all charges in Kenosha shootings

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | Last week

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

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Dan Bongino Cuts to Live Reading of Kyle Rittenhouse Trial Verdict

The Dan Bongino Show

02:01 min | Last week

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

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Prosecutor: Rittenhouse provoked the bloodshed in Kenosha

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 2 weeks ago

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

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Husband of woman detained in Iran ends 21-day hunger strike

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 2 weeks ago

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

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Professor Richard Weaver Predicted the Evil the Media Would Be Today

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 3 weeks ago

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

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Rittenhouse murder case thrown into jeopardy by mistrial bid

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 3 weeks ago

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

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Watch Live: Colin Powell's funeral held at Washington's National Cathedral

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

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

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GOP state officials push back on employer vaccine mandate

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

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

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Pollster Richard Baris Answers Our Virginia Questions Ahead of the Razor Tight Tuesday Election

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last month

Pollster Richard Baris Answers Our Virginia Questions Ahead of the Razor Tight Tuesday Election

"So Richard, you are your smart, much smarter than Nate silver. I say that every time you come on and you get things right, you do a terrific job and you're the best with polling and political predictions that I've seen, and so let's talk about what's happening in Virginia. Let's just kind of let's take this piece by piece. We got about ten minutes to go through this. Where was this race 6 months ago and how and why did it develop into the tight race it is today? Yeah, I mean, even a month ago, Charlie, you know, McCall, he was former democratic governor who left supposedly with an approval rating around 54%. This should really not have been a race of Virginia is even with the current climate, Virginia is, you know, had Joe Biden one at ten points, 54 44. What really is going on in the last 8 months or so 6 months, Democrats began to erode support in Virginia and it's coming from independence. The democratic base is a little leakage there, but it really is coming from independence in third party voters who supported Democrats last November. And at the end of the day, Glenn young turned the page almost at the perfect time. And it wasn't only him he had help, but the public education issues soared to the forefront and Democrats, the whole time throughout these last few months, wanted this to be about Medicare, expansion, Medicaid expansion. Trump, amazingly. And of course, about the pandemic response. And instead, Charlie, three out of the four top issues are Republican environment issues. So jobs in the economy is number one. Taxes inflation, cost of living is number two, and now three is public education. And four is coronavirus. So it just turned up a call of all the perfect storm. You know, I turned all the political stars aligned for junk and we see he's got to lead now. He

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"richard h" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"richard h" 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 h" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:44 min | 5 months ago

"richard h" 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..

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"richard h" Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:20 min | 5 months ago

"richard h" 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 h" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

02:45 min | 7 months ago

"richard h" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"It had been around for a while. howard gardner at harvard. It been talking about multiple intelligences. And and there're number researchers who are beginning to say you know it's not all about our problem solving skills that makes a successful that has a lot more to do with what we do with each other in our relationships and how we read each other and how we understand ourselves emotionally. And i believe were at the At the cusp of a of a new breakthrough thinking mess hence the title of the book story. Intelligence is that There's a lot of research being done on our brains and how our brains work and it turns out. That story is integral to everything that happens. In the brain were wired for it and once we begin to understand that we are story creatures and and there were swimming in stories Then then i think we have a lever to become what i what we talk about has become the author of your own story and the word author and authority have a lot in common so whoever authors the story as authority in your life So i think it becomes incumbent upon all of us to take responsibility for the stories we're living in And then likewise on the other side of the coin is also become better discern irs and consumers of stories. You know We we have to be responsible when we hear a story. Say wait a second this story. True where's that story. come from. Who's telling that story and and what they would skinned. Do they have in the game to tell that story that way. What's that fats. Backup that story and We live in a dangerous time today because of an politicians Are using stories to manipulate people and so the question we all have to ask is. Do we want to be manipulated. No i don't. I don't think anybody cautiously manipulate today. I'm going to wake up be manipulated. Yeah so so. If you don't want to be manipulated you'd better become more knowledgeable about how stories work and how they can. Sometimes i residents in our brains in a way That makes it difficult for us to see another point of view. Thank you are sitting here just flabbergasted. There's just so much to take in. There is so many i guess dimensions two storey terraced storytelling both from listeners perspective as well as the storyteller themselves now when somebody wants to connect we do want to learn more about you personally. What is the website they going to find and we on any more.

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"richard h" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

The My Future Business™ Show

03:45 min | 7 months ago

"richard h" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show

"Wisdom designer So it is in the art of conversation rick and it requires. It requires great listening. Good listening so to one math. That's right so you know. We need to listen to chat twice as much and that's a loss start in itself. Oh yeah talk about. Lou talk a lot about storytelling. But i tell you a story listening is maybe more important than storytelling can imagine him. Look like i said earlier. I've been looking through all of your background information. It's just a wonderful tapestry of experience that you have now laying up to the point of the coal. I'm wondering is this book. Apply to any businesses at all and in any settings and wait and again of k. So yes yes yes. And yes so There are tons of examples from the world of business in the book and one of the things we identify is that they're seven powers of story and i think that Leaders need to know how know what those powers are and they know need to know how to utilize them to be more effective in their leadership. And so i've got examples from all kinds of situation from the world bank. I have a colleague. Steve denning was at the world bank and and through the power of story was able to engage the world bank to change. Its focus away from lending to knowledge. Now they still lend money but he had this a wild idea back in the nineteen midnight thousand nine hundred ninety s at the world bank should become a knowledge bank. He saw what was happening with technology. And thought gosh we have teams of people who go out all over the place and they learn all kinds of things and then they get disbanded in signed a new teams and they carry their knowledge with them and then we have no way of tapping into that knowledge and And it turns out that a simple story. He was trying to figure out how to how to get people on board with this idea and many people. This is a terrible idea. They they thought we're a bank. What do we do. We lend money for goodness sake the money. That's where the money business. And so how do you. How do you business. We always in the business of having to persuade people of a different point of view to get them on board with a new perspective. And if you know how to do that well. I think the only way to do that. Well as with the power story You can be incredibly successful. I can tell that. I'm already itching to get my copy of this book. Is i reckon. We can always harn our abilities. It's never ending thing is it does correct. Yeah so there's a lot more to be learned about the power story and so people can get it on amazon Now if you're in australia you probably going to be limited to getting it on kindle or getting the audible version i. I don't think that the print versions. I guess you could order them. But it's going to be pretty costly for for the mail But you know it's available on kindle and the audibles available Obviously in the states People can order the actually the hard cover or the or the soft cover so And yes i think you what we tried to do with this book as we you know there's back in the mid nineteen ninety s Daniel goldman came out with a book called emotional intelligence and and that idea was not new..

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"richard h" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

thebuzzr pod

03:13 min | 8 months ago

"richard h" Discussed on thebuzzr pod

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"richard h" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

03:39 min | 11 months ago

"richard h" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

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"richard h" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

05:30 min | 11 months ago

"richard h" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Sanzo tell. And jack warner loved it. Because here is if they got free Re shooting Sites in las vegas so frank. The idea was to twenty eight st days on stage like the two shows. Eight o'clock at.

"richard h" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

On Mic Podcast

04:00 min | 11 months ago

"richard h" Discussed on On Mic Podcast

"Today's guest is terrific. His name is richard lert sman and he along with lon davis has written deconstructing the ratpac joey the mob and the summit the rat pack in this case with a capital t. featuring the chairman of the board frank sinatra dean martin. Sammy davis junior. Peter lawford and of course. Joey bishop among others. His book is tell all that brings the inside scoop of just how the mob a future president and five extraordinary performers took the world and las vegas by storm so without any further ado. Let's invite richard alerts men to join us on mike. I'll begin with this. I just saw ocean's eleven for the first time in about fifty years and it was so much fun and it was perfect. Timing because here's your book and is so much here that revolves around this group of individuals. Welcome it's nice to meet you richard george. So it's the sixtieth anniversary of the rat. Pack celebration Is there an actual start date to this particular group of rat packers or what. Yes the start. Date was february of nineteen sixty and never lose based fred's professional friends And they had no each other The the work together and it came together in nineteen fifty-nine ranko nine percent of the sands hotel and he had watched this great. We prima and keely smith. Sam butare at the sahara's lau jack and he loved that looseness that craziness oh prima and when the Owners and the The publicist l. Freeman came to franken said they wanted to create a mega event. He thought of Of the martha hit just worked with some come running and a film and he thought of Of sammy davis junior. Who was just recovering from losing in tramp in a car accident. Frank was kind of pushing them back. Get back on. Stage get his balance and he thought it was great. Enjoy bishop happens to be frank opening act for about eight nine years so he not putting them together no earlier in homely hill he was part of a group with david niven and humphrey bogart alarm a call and mickey rooney and Learn call costs. You look like a pack of rats wrap so when these guys get together. The press started calling them back and in february nineteen sixty got together. Interesting yeah i heard about the the bogey ratpac from a lot of reading on humphrey bogart and all that. And that's kind of cool and lauren. Bacall was a young beautiful lady and she had to. She somehow stuck it out with those guys and was able to put up with and drink with him. I think i mentioned the movie. And was that a planned coming out party for the rat. Pack or whatever. Where did the movie fit in. Ocean's eleven eight. It was all very pleased when they started putting together the summit they called it in las vegas in february nineteenth century Peter lawford had been shopping around the script that he that he got from a gas station attendant. Who ended up his name. Was george clayton johnson. When did up later right. In all a lot of twilight zones logan's were on but at that time he based He in the army he was the black market group out of the army in germany and he thought of the idea bringing the guys when they came back to to the us ever union and to have a heist in las vegas. So that was a script. Frank saw the script from peter. Peter lawford and he says this is so good. You know why should fill much is do this it. So frank took jack warner jack warner loved it. So frank's idea was why. Not shoot this in las vegas where yo- nine percent of the.

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"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

04:45 min | 1 year ago

"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

"I've sort of in my head like rank the action scenes and things like that and the stuff that happens. I've actually thought oh another thing going on my life. I've worked on this and like month by the way, but I am trying to write a manga. And a lot of that's built off, you know a lot of the anime. I've watched. I just think I've I have yet to find an anime that has like scratched the itch has that certain things have like I love avatar The Last Airbender home. So I honestly do think I can make one in my brother is like so I put all the listeners. I have to step brothers on real brother and my my real brother knows Anthony my real brothers like loves anime and stuff. He always laughs at me whenever I say that because he he's like Richard everyone's trying to make a manga and yours is going to be garbage and I'm like, you know what but it might be pretty good I cuz I I know I know yeah, actually I've been watching The Last Airbender for the first time like back in the day. I would see an episode here and there on TV, but I never actually watched through the series and I'm watching through it now. And yeah, I'm really enjoying it. Although I think it would be cool if off. More show came out that was more adult and addressed more adult themes because it's it's a kids show and it's like a it's a show about war. So there's like a lot of things that aren't dressed because it's a kids show and it would be interesting to see kind of the adult themes that come with war in like a a more mature show. I think I how far are you into it? I'm in need of season two. Okay, so you're pretty far. Also, Cora's. Okay, if you really like anime, I'd watch Korra. You don't really like anime. Don't watch core. What I would say about that though. I am on a super interesting..

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"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

04:17 min | 1 year ago

"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Know I work out in my driveway. I run in circles. I'm literally not getting I'll run in like a a like let's just say three cars up for cars over. I run that Circle of my driveway over and over again and then I'll just I have two twenty pound dumbbells cuz apparently all the weights in world sold out been lifting 20 pound dumbbells. I'm not trying to brag but I would curl like forty pound dumbbells before covad started. And now all I have is 20 pound dumbbells. So it's like I've been making up workouts that are hard just to get a good workout in Thursday morning. So I've only had those cuz I mean didn't want to buy any other ones. I guess. I probably wouldn't you what if you hold both dumbbells in one hand and then that's like dog or t o r it's actually really tough to hold too dumb, but it's definitely harder. It's definitely more than like it's like ten pounds harder. I would say to curl 220 pound dumbbells than one forty pound dog or like gripping them like this and you know, quit matter so much. Oh my God. I was at this. I was in Miami once this is super interesting and there was this Challenge and the challenge was can you hang for this bar from the Sbarro hang from it? That's all you have to do, you know two hands, you know, like were doing a pull-up just hang from a bar. You can't Cross grip you can't do like the Cross grip that you know, a lot of like people do especially when you're like weightlifting pretty heavy stuff off. You just have to hang from a bar for two minutes. It costs $10 to play. If you win get a hundred almost like oh my God this I'm trading my whole life for this and it's like impossible it literally because what happens is the bar rotates the bar really like rotates so you can't ever like it's like it's trying to hold yourself up with just your fingers. That's what I would describe it as so it's really hard to do. Also with the record everyone listening. I didn't do it. I just watched other people fail and I discovered that it was impossible to do I didn't fail don't put that on me. But yeah rips matter a lot of was trying to say with that story, but I did find him super interesting because I was actually in Miami visiting one of my like the guy who kind of taught me how to work out and I was like, dude, you gotta try this..

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"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

"Those are super competitive cuz everybody wants to work for those companies, but I want to work for them more. I want to work for them the most they they don't know that though, you know. Yeah. Well, I'm sure I'm sure you can do it. But God I'm just saying not to get discouraged in the beginning because it's going to take work to get there. But yeah, I am one. I'm on discouraged evil before coming on this podcast for my LLC wage. I organized 50 on PowerPoint 50 little shape, you know, know insert shape and then you put a little shape in 50 of them. Then I took 50 Twitter images and applied them all into the little fifty shapes 50 times with fifty different people and it made this cool effect with this next slide. We put we put transparent not fully transparent for like 90% transparent 10% transparent shapes over them to sort of show this like effect of them disappearing but I hated doing it and I would do anything to not have to do that anymore for my career. Look I do more complicated things and that but you do have to build decks you do have to build things like that. And I hate building decks for my Excel junkie work grinds me to my gears and I hate it. So I'm on I'm on in discourage of or whatever the word I made up is I will hopefully make it someday. I don't know maybe to speak building this PowerPoint slide for the rest of my life. It'll be next time. be a hundred little shapes on a slide is so bad it but you know, it's funny. I'm glad I got to call in this podcast a very really dead really gave me the low to appreciate the high I guess to say well as a technical person Myself, by the way, you talk about these things. I think you're going to I think you're going to hit a big dog. I don't know maybe hopefully hey if I had a big I'll come back on. Don't worry. I won't be too good for the podcast. All right. Yeah, so that's been your main focus. Is there anything else that's been on your mind? Yeah. Actually I'm a busy person apparently recently. You know, it's funny. I love like hanging out with them. Boys, I loved you know having some beers. I'm having some you should get sponsored by Heineken zero non-alcoholic beer has changed my life. I study all the time. I work all the time. Well, actually I used to I don't never mind. I study all the time and program all the time. And when you're studying I hate like being drunk just feels a waste of time whenever studying. It's like, oh, what am I doing here? You know, I'm not going to remember this as well..

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"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

"T Sports cuz I'm going to make a shit ton of money here. I figured out there was something wrong with my model not something's wrong with it. But it was just building ranks based off known data. It was predicting based off known data and you can't really be doing that. So I fixed it up. I'm not like a I'm at like a my farthest iteration like right now today. I'm at like 63% and all the data is good. I've like made sure all the data is good, but that's still feels pretty strong like actively. So basically I could with machine learning you can sort of like predict on old games. So what I want to do is predict on new games and just sort of me screwing around plugging numbers myself off on games. I'm actually tracking and predicting like 79% correctly and then there's more to it as well. It's like, oh man, there's so much here. So Cloud 9 is another team in the East Sports World. I think of them as like the New England Patriots if that helps you think of them as like, you know, Barcelona, I guess was really good soccer team, you know, the best soccer team. It's like they're always favored to win. So predicting them, right? Necessarily a good thing. Does that make sense? It's like oh wow. Yeah, everyone is predicting them to win. So what I need to do is look at my model. You make money off of this is what I think I have to do you can you can actually give your thoughts on our marriage is if if it tells me my model predicts 92% cuz it does tell you probability of being a win ninety-two percent chance. Let's just say they predict for Cloud 9 if the betting odds the employer odds by the bed, so what that would mean is like embedding you'll get things like minus 150 that'll be something you can bet on and what that means is you have to bet $150 to win 100,000. That's what that means and then there's plus and then there's plus which is just the opposite but within each of those numbers, there's a implied odd that the teams going to win. So like - 150 might be like 70% odds that seems going to win money. So if I ever saw Cloud 9 - 150 I should 100% take that bet because what they're they're making their money line off of 70% chance of winning, but my model says 90 so that wage. You're twenty it's like profit. Basically if I bet on a thousand games like that, I would be hopefully a millionaire if I you know had enough money. So I I've been sort of working on that and I thought secure the record of a millionaire doing this wage, but I don't really know. I'm just trying to just try and stuff out. You know, I'm just you know, if not this all fails and I'm just like I lose the money I waste my time making and it's like made up time. We all living wage, you know, I got go to predict..

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"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

Everyonecast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"richard h" Discussed on Everyonecast

"So that's why I try to work half-time study halftime do other stuff like cool podcasts, you know, so what kind of work is it that you do off? I am a data analyst I guess is what you would call me which is a bunch of things. You know, it's how do you people come to me with questions and I have to go, you know First Choice a lot of the time. I'm like that's questions idiotic you need. This is the question you want to answer. It's like why are we trying to figure this thing out which try to figure this other thing out so help them do that and then I help them get the data, you know a large problem with mobile data analysis is you know, people know how to solve things that people don't know how to get the things to solve them. So you do that then you gotta clean it up. If you do a text analysis people are familiar with that, you know, gotta clean up things a lot people something for a video game thing once and it was like Halo 3 was like the words Halo 3 were written like twelve different ways. It was super fucken annoying also. Can I curse you could say whatever want. So, yeah Halo 3 was written like twelve different ways. It was super fucken annoying and it was you know, have to deal with that stuff. And then once you do that, it's how do you take all this data and build a story out of it? And there's a lot of different levels I wage. And that I would say, you know, if you're a statistician you're going to be really good at that you're gonna be able to make models that sort of like give you answers but for the most part in why quit my job. I was an Excel junkie for a while. I essentially just organizing a cell data and then would point out Trends and be like Oh, look The number in q1 Tire the number in Q2..

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"richard h" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"richard h" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Coming up after a short break a series that looks at depression through a lens that sound rich deeply personal and at times delightful therapy I repeat stay with us welcome back to the best of the best from the third coast international audio festival and PRX I'm Gwen macsai best of the best showcases the winners of the twenty nineteen thirty because Richard H. greenhouse foundation competition honoring the best audio documentaries of the here in this hour we're focusing on three stories that unfold over multiple episodes every year after an exhaustive season of listening the third because staff reserves one honor the director's choice award for story we believe worthy of recognition this is no easy task the quality craftsmanship and originality of so many of our entries deserves attention but we only get one award and this year it goes to a heart breaking and complicated but also darkly funny and charming series about depression talk about walking a fine line often.

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