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"richard peter" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

05:14 min | 7 months ago

"richard peter" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Editing centric, don't look up from the editing God Hank corwin, like I loves a cut. Joe walker for dune, Pamela Martin, for king Richard, Peter sebastis for The Power of the Dog, and Myron kirstein and Andrew Weiss Blum for tick tick boom. Interesting set here, this is a category that is widely considered very indicative of the strength of a film if the film does not have a best film editing nomination. It's believed that it's going to be a tough road to best picture. You'll notice that there is no coda in this category. I find that fascinating. I don't have a super strong feel for this one, Joe, because king Richard won the ace Eddie award a few weeks ago and I didn't see that coming. And so now to The Power of the Dog is the ostensible best picture favorite does it have editing really its strength in its story? I think there's a strong case to make for it and I might make it right here, but I'm a little bit stumped on this one. What are you thinking? I think king Richard was an interesting win of these. I think when you think about dramatizing a game of tennis, which shouldn't be hard, you know, plenty of people tune in to watch high stakes tennis, but I think there's something to be said for that between sports and war movies. I feel like those two things tend to feel like flashy, interesting. I think tick tick boom. I mean, I don't think it's a FrontRunner, but I think editing wise tick to boom is actually pretty interesting. I think a power of the dog has some precursors in its favor, but again, I think dune deserves to run these craft categories. I think it deserves this Mad Max glory in that regard if it's not going to get best picture. So I will go with my heart and I'm saying dune to win and that dune should win. Do you mind if we just look at some previous best film editing winners? Yeah. Because this is a, it's an unusually important category, like I said. So the winner last year was Sound of Metal. The winner of the year before that was Ford.

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"richard peter" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

07:22 min | 11 months ago

"richard peter" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

"About Dwayne and band camp tomorrow. Dwayne is running the band. Palooza that it's happening in Southern California. The traffic guy. So sunny bunch our movie critic is coming in not to his usual music Sonny bunch, but we're celebrating band dads everywhere directing thousands of buses and vehicles to a giant band palooza in Southern California and Dwayne is the guy with the you know those people on the airplanes, what they were on the runways when they have the lightsabers and they direct traffic. Sure. Well, that's what Dwayne's doing tomorrow for 14 hours. So he's really looking forward. He's looking forward to tomorrow. I'm sorry. You have to explain van to lose. I don't understand what that means exactly. Is it just with their vans? Yeah, no, I banned the high school band. They actually have a tournament marching band tournament featuring 35 schools all having a band tournament off. And so you see, it's sort of like medieval times only with trumpets and bassoons. Gotcha. You don't have bas in a marching band. I think they do. You might be ill informed there. Sunny bunch welcome, all thanks Sonny available at sunny bunch on Twitter. He also is the host of across the movie aisle, great podcast on movies. The bulwark goes to the movies and many other fine things. So sunny, you are not sending us to a band at palooza. I hope tomorrow. I hope you have something for us to see in the theaters. Well, we could talk about drumline. I feel like that is a band the band of palooza sort of movie, right? Well, South American park. Of drumming groups. So what's coming out? All right, so we are in that weird stretch where we have a marvel movie out that weekend before, which means that nobody wants to release a movie this weekend. Because nobody wants to compete in either of the first two weekends with the marvel movie. So in theaters, your options are a little bit light right now. But Netflix has not scared of marvel. Netflix is not scared of marvel. They are releasing one of their big blockbuster movies of the year this weekend. It's called red notice. They probably noticed any ads for it because they don't show ab but it is a big $200 million heist by way of Indiana Jones style movie. Starring Dwayne, The Rock Johnson, Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot as a trio of well, technically, Dwayne Johnson is like an FBI agent who's trying to clear his name. Ryan Reynolds is an art thief and Gal Gadot is another art thief she competing our thief. They are trying to steal or recover three eggs, the eggs of Cleopatra, which are these ancient artifacts, not real, not a real artifact that ancient artifacts from Egypt that were given to Cleopatra on her wedding day and their price list are very they're very valuable and they are trying to they're trying to recover these. Dwayne Johnson, so we can clear his name to our thieves right rental, so they can sell them to a Egyptian businessman who wants to give them to his own daughter as a wedding gift. Okay. That's the plot. The plot doesn't matter for this movie. What matters about this movie is that it feels as though it was created by an algorithm somewhere in Netflix's basement. I mean, you have the three biggest arguably the three biggest movie stars in the world in Dwayne Johnson. Ryan Reynolds and Gal Gadot. Maybe you could switch in Scarlett Johansson for Gal Gadot. I don't know. You have a plot that I would describe as again it's like the sting, by way of indium Jones. There's even some Nazis in this, maybe there's Nazi treasure to be found. Oh my gosh, isn't that close to copyright infringement? It's not far off. It's not far off. And you take all these things and you throw them together in a blender, you have it directed by this guy, his name is Ross and Marshall thurber. He is probably best known as Dwayne Johnson's in-house writer director. He also did skyscraper the Dwayne Johnson movie and he had central intelligence, which is the movie with The Rock in what's his name the comedian Kevin Hart. Who is a perfectly competent Michael Bay knockoff action filmmaker he's not no great shakes, but he's fine. And you make this thing and it's the sort of thing that when you put it on the front page of Netflix and 200 million people see it in the see that on their screen in a weekend. They're like, yeah, I'll give that a shot. Why not? I'm in for the weekend. It doesn't matter. It's the sort of thing that gets watched by they will 100%. There's a 100% chance that Netflix puts out a press release sometime in the next three days that says something along the lines of 95 million people watched at least two minutes of red notice. And that's why I have a big success for us. That's why it justifies the $200 million price tag. It's going to be the most watched least remembered movie of all time. I saw this movie on Monday. I went to it, it's playing in a few theaters right now. Just because I think Netflix wants to keep Dwayne Johnson. Are they trying to get an Oscar nomination for the score or something? No, no. I thought on Monday, I can't remember a single line. I can't remember single line from the movie. There's nothing there's nothing approaching an interesting visual shot in this. There's no, there's no big bravura action sequence that people are going to be talking about on the way home. It's not even like fun ridiculous like the fast and serious movies, right? There's nothing there's nothing over the top and awesome. There's no real great spectacle. There's no really amazing action sequence. It's just it is just perfectly competently done. Okay, I want to contrast this money. I want to go into the off script sunny bunch. If I said to you, give to me a quiet little movie that is stunt that is hung with you for decades that you like and you want to find again in the title about what you can't really even remember correctly, but you know it was a fine film. To contrast with Rudd one DOM whatever you just told us about the name of which I can't remember. Red notice. Red noted. It even has a boring flat name. Nobody nobody ever read dawn, and there's big red one, but the idea of red notice. It's like a communist. It should be a communist movie. Yeah, you wouldn't like red corner, right? The Richard Peter movie. The red violin. There are a lot of good red movies. Yeah. You know, I can't remember if we talked about last night Soho at all. But that's out in theaters right now. It's still and it's still in theaters for a bit. That might be worth checking out it's the Edgar Wright movie, it's a horror movie, you. You might not.

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"richard peter" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"richard peter" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

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Israel holds 4th parliamentary election in 2 years

BBC World Service

03:24 min | 1 year ago

Israel holds 4th parliamentary election in 2 years

"Has claimed a huge win for the right in Israel's fourth election in two years. The exit polls suggest he may fail. Secure majority in parliament. His campaign focused on Israel's world leading covert 19 vaccination program and his diplomatic success in normalizing ties with some Arab countries. But his opponents from across the political spectrum argue he should not remain in office while standing on corruption charges he have caused denies any wrong doing. Let's speak to Richard Peter. Off the person Israel Communications and Research Center in Jerusalem. Who's monitoring results as they come in Richard. He's claiming of victory. But it's a victory of sorts, isn't it? Because he will have to strike a deal with many people are raising concerns about far right groups. Tol have a majority. Good morning. Thank you very much indeed for having me Well, first of all, let's be clear that at the moment all these projections are based on the exit polls on so we don't have the actual results yet a tool on DSA The exit polls are suggesting a very slim victory to the pro Netanyahu camp. But I think we're going to need to wait even for a few more days for the picture to become clearer. Okay, So let's talk about what might happen then. Should he just get over the line but need he needs 60 seats for a majority looks that you might be around. 53 seats at the moment. They're all concerns that he's going to have to go it get into bed with ultra Orthodox parties Showers party, for example who have anti gay views and two women and two women views. They want to expel disloyal Arabs from the state. What are people saying about the kind of coalitions he may have toe Ford? So, yes, you're absolutely right with the person with the caveat that we don't have the results. The chances are that the parties that exception Netanyahu are the ultra religious after Orthodox on by the end of one particularly hard, hard right party that has some quite unpalatable views on those on those issues, thistles the nature of the politics that Netanyahu will try and kind of move. Move the government to a more centrist position on gay try and limit the influence off the moral order off the more extreme elements within his, but it within his faction, But it's no no doubt that he is reliant on those parties to form a government. Has his success in the vaccination program is is that why he has seemingly as you say, appreciates any exit polls, But he has done quite well. You know, Israel has led the world in managing to Vaccinated population. I think you were right in your opening comments that it's a combination off bringing the vaccine. I mean, he has devoted a large part of his campaign, emphasizing the fact that he personally did it. The CEO of Fiza gave an interview on Israeli TV a couple of weeks ago when he described in Tanya, whose insistence being obsessive over over it, which usually obsessive. This has Majority of overturned But in this sense, he was so so committed to bringing it that it has produced a dividends, and some people appreciate that on the full peace treaties that he's brought in the last year, the normalization agreements with the U. S A on bath rain, as well as Sudan in Morocco are significant diplomatic achievements, which Netanyahu's supporters definitely recognize and appreciate.

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"richard peter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

05:13 min | 1 year ago

"richard peter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Chat with a little bit. Yeah, Have a great morning. It isn 67 here on 93 WNBC. Good morning books acceptable in for Tony Katz this morning. Thank you for Tony Katz State tomorrow and Wednesday. So just when you thought you couldn't get enough of your surely you here we go again. No appreciate you folks, Mayweather say lots of stuff to get to both nationally statewide. And, of course, locally, we'll talk about the stimulus package and see who's getting what Of course, Congress waits till the last minute to get stuff done. Like college students. It really doesn't matter what deadline you give them because they're going to take up until the deadline to get it done. Call me crazy, but I will have that this'll morning. Also Mm hmm. A couple more. Court challenge to the election results. And Electoral College challenge. Was apparently President has not gotten through his head. That he lost Like big guy. It's been what 40 something days and change. It's over. You will need to move on. Yeah, but the Trump folks have filed a lawsuit or rather of asking the U. S. Supreme Court. To throw out. Pennsylvania's election results. And give the Powers that be And Pennsylvania. Ability to name new electors. I don't see how you do that, Mr President. I really don't. Then the other one. Which we'll talk about this morning. Is the president spoken? With Mr Tupper Ville. Senator Tuberville. From Alabama. These guys just got elected. And so he's going to Yeah. Tommy Tuberville is his name. Was like a marvel superhero character's name. Peter Parker. Reed Richards. Pepper Potts. Tommy Tuberville. That's what Barbie would do. They would always name their characters with the same initials to make it easier for them to remember who's had just so many Characters in the Marvel universe. Yeah. Reed Richards, Peter Parker, Tommy Tuberville. About challenging electoral vote when the House and Senate meet on January 6 once again So another and complete waste. Of time. President you lost. Just move on, Go to Mara Largo. Come back We'll talk about that this morning. Also Today, too. Um Supposed to do this on Saturday, but didn't get a chance because were preempted without you and Butler basketball. So I'm gonna have some of my by Social media interview discussions for you guys this morning. Basically the whole thing about social media and censorship. And I got three good friends. What kind of my social media gurus that I interviewed and so will play for you that conversation. Uh, this morning. And also here locally. Just look out the window over here. I can kind of See it in front of the symphony. It's like District nine. It's a homeless camp. Literally in front of the symphony. I'm not quite sure. Who has been Kind of overseeing this because either it's Tunnel homeless people. And his trash and its food, and this paper is just disgusting and unsanitary and unhealthy. Or It's clean and they're gone. There's no happy medium in between. So we'll chat about that this morning because the homeless on the circle thing it's getting kind of ridiculous. So let's start to get to this morning folks likes and looking forward to the conversation is Abdul and for Tony, Can't this morning here on 93 WNBC? What can give you a competitive edge in today's red hot housing.

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"richard peter" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

Decibel Geek Podcast

05:22 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on Decibel Geek Podcast

"It was just a great opportunity so anyway so so you know we. We started with just one show and so now. It's a three of Richard peter myself and You know it takes a bit to put those shows together as peter said. There's a lot of production there. it's A lot of research There's know. Between seven and ten thousand words scripts Depending on the length in the The storytelling that we decide to do So it takes a little bit and You know our fans started You know send an email san. Can't you guys hurry up. i'm jones and it was almost like an addiction. And we kind of i think we got an email one day from said guys do something else and we looked at each other said. Oh i think we can maybe do some other things so we created a couple of shows that You know as as peter said we kind of had a news show called rock talk Early on And We try to with couple of co hosts and It was It was very time consuming And and try and get multiple people together and i don't know it just didn't quite Work but we learned a lot of from that We did to recap shows. Those actually pretty well Mostly between peter and i and Unfortunately the two shows that we recap vinyl and Showtimes roadies Only lasted a single season. So it never got the chance to build But at the same time we started Creating some Organic shows like real rock about Roll movies the rock and roll librarian Which is still going with us and We ended up with about six shows that we looked at each other and said oh. I think we have a network and at the same time people started contacting us saying. Hey we'd like to be on your network and You know. Peter came to me one day and said you know really we need to focus on this and and he was right and we started pointing a lot of effort into an in about eighteen months ago. Is when we kinda really got the network In shape them and said okay. Let's really focus on this Megaphone fm had approached us as an It's an invite only but they but they have a very very intelligent system Good for ad placement. Good for organizing An and allowed us to be able to say while we can build a an a real network from here and so sitting here. I hope they give us a discount for this mega big from wait a minute. I that that money would then go to spotify peter. I'm not sure if we really want that to happen at this point but and so You know in within eighteen months. now we have is it sixty shows. I think we've hit sixty shows now. Peter yeah there yeah. There's about sixty in the family. One one thing that's important that christian the kind of skipped over that i you know. I think there's two things..

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"richard peter" Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

06:54 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on Pantheon

"We gotTA rehearse. We've got to produce gotTa do all this shit like if you say to us, we gotTA show. Here's the here's the one liner and just use it on one of my quotes. How do you get a musician to complain? Give them a GIG. Go to. Here Hockey getting Qatar player to stop playing. Music Charts. Difference won't you cut it. Ever, when you cut a drummer and half versus onion. The drummer doesn't make you cry. Nobody cries when. You. Call musician with a girlfriend. unemploy homeless. trombone player with a pager or beeper. And optimist, he got a banjo. Of course. There's always the. What's what's a musician. You know four. Four members in a drummer. Horn, Bass player I've heard that one. Of the Drummer's best friends musicians. Interesting. how the knocking speeds up. I know those drummers. Man. This is a good time all right so then so then we land on the Pantheon podcast. Let's go out with that because like I said, I am happy. Well elated to be a member of the Pantheon podcast family, the pod Fam-, and actually I hit you up on slack because that was a slack, right? I was like Oh. That's our management tool. Right I mean I was afraid that. You guys were going to write me off because I hadn't released a new season season. Legally, Senate right you. CHECKED WITH Like. I'm working on season. Three and I kid you not I went to Pantheon podcast. The website just to make sure I was still. Thank God. Still I still see the blue. The Blue Safe. But I mean so. What's the future because we we all the three of us just as we deduced so intelligently. We don't know what the future holds. But with podcasting as it were. What is this podcast coming out? This one I don't know good question. will be this year. Thank God twenty. December fifteen and It'll be twenty three. It'll be like in the next literally four to six weeks at most okay. Okay, okay so. The first thing that we did was so we developed a a network of thirty two shows at this point and still growing. We're making double digit. Growth, downloads or streams a month over month for the last six months. and we are engaging with advertisers and aggregate irs now to develop an advertising strategy for our podcast. We are developing a live show in various cities. Throw in twenty, twenty and twenty twenty one. We'll talk about that later. He involved, you are going to be all. We are contracting with. music. Entities to develop podcasts for them. Some very large names will remain anonymous at this. Okay, and understand and here's the big announcement. Yes, we do a complete suite of of production services, soup-to-nuts or all cart, and the big announcement is that we are going to be the first podcast company in the world to? Launch a HD podcast or high definition audio in podcasting. Okay, as we're talking on SM, Fifty Eight's. So, how are we GONNA do this Guy's? Taking your recording on pro tools right, so it's a it's what what are you using? Forty, four, Forty, eight, twenty, four, Forty Eight, so you twenty, four forty eight, so by the time you bounce this sucker down to an MP three. The quality does get reduced. An MP3 just doesn't sound as good so the high definition stuff maintained. If you make a wave file at the highest, the same Deborah. Reward audited and with the. CDs It had to be reduced to sixteen forty four six. Leave this way and then just have it be streaming with the highest possible audio quality, and there is a difference between. An MP three now, can I? Can Upload My. Wave File. Way We will demand your wave. And then people would still have option Gal. Three, but there's. Of Ear at all, you'll hear the. Right now compressed. Ask you this though. Is that going to create a caveat for downloading? So will that people in other words if you download a wave file a an hour, long file versus an hour, long MP3. There's a difference in storage the up, but that's the key, so the cost of storage has reduced. Tried to this point, so there's all kind of starts with oh now. I'm going to give up a name Neil Young. Has Been Fighting this battle for forty years and how it all came about is through through Neil. He kind of Said Hey, can you guys to high definition podcasting? We said. Well, let's see and we worked with a technology company That was able to work with us and say yeah, we we can do that. They're already doing it on the music space. In fact, Amazon has announced that all of their music streaming will be available in high definition and. We felt that we can provide the same services to to podcasting. Think that's amazing. So that's that's the. That's the big the big thing. Sick in twenty twenty. Wow, I! Love it all right well for all the cats who couldn't be here Richard Peter. We love you guys. So much for being involved I love you too guys. You like my new best friends. This is so awesome I mean immediately walked in door. We hit it off. Yeah, so wow, here's too much success same here We We are really happy to have the career musicians part of the Pantheon pod Fan and we look forward to season three coming up here a which we apparently are going to be your. By the way it's launching two weeks from today. It's launching on Monday march second so two weeks from today now, Pantheon, where can everybody find Pantheon Okay so obviously you can find it on any of.

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"richard peter" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

03:16 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Crack a book wild card any is in Alabama on coast to coast any thanks for taking my call I'm a non drinker so nobody can say that I would be interested in making alcohol for me to drink or any memory and they can go to the state still are cheaper no solution to the government encouraging cat tucks it chemical hand sanitizers and stopping the production of natural grain alcohol hand sanitizer entrapment of trying to figure out how the repeal of the antiquated alcohol laws they require a million dollars in legal expenses while claiming to give a free permit that ethanol permit is a scam they say it's different but you'll spend a million dollars they made their appeal the flawless all right well always interesting to hear another call from you any with another law that should be made her one that should be repealed so well I appreciate that at least you're not the least you're not spitting hatred at people on the basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and also for Mike from probably the only millennial cohort here well done fellas as you always remind us as you always remind us that whatever her do not mention that it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's it's an honor to speak with you and your I mean whatever he said that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you can hold me over to the other side you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter noon time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be driving.

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"richard peter" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on KTOK

"It I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's just an honor to speak with you and your I mean when I reset that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side but if you look at like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter noon time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and when I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be driving the train they're bigger than millennials in terms of the size of the generation so always glad to hear your point of view let's go to open lines will give you the numbers you need coming up next on coast to coast AM this is the end product I heart radio your home for news radio one thousand K. T. okay worldwide you don't touch that dial touch that for decades radio is that you do not touch that dial so if you're worried about where to put your hands we've got the most germ free sterile answer to all of your questions just ask your smart speaker because when you want the best local news and talk.

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"richard peter" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:27 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on WTVN

"Guess so can't believe that people are still holding on to that after all these years we had to fight a world war to kill it you should crack a book wild card any is in Alabama on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call I'm a non drinker so nobody can say that I would be interested in making alcohol for me to drink or any memory and they can go to the state store cheaper the location of the government encouraging tuk tuks it chemical hand sanitizers and stopping the production of natural grain alcohol hand sanitizer and drop in the price yeah hi the repeal of the antiquated alcohol laws they require a million dollars in legal expenses while claiming to give a free permit that ethanol permit is a scam they say it's different but you'll spend a million dollars they made the repeal these laws all right well it's always interesting to hear I know the call from you any with another law that should be made her one that should be repealed so well I appreciate that it at least you're not the least you're not spitting hatred at people on the basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you already in thanks for taking my call and of the four Mike from probably the only millennial clutter of done so as you always remind us as you always remind us that we never heard you not mention that yeah it it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's just an honor to speak with you when you're I mean whatever he said that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side but you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter noon time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who.

"richard peter" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and of the four Mike from probably the only millennial costlier of done tell us as you always remind us as you always remind us that whatever her do not mention that it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's just an honor to speak with you and your I mean when I reset that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter noon time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be.

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"richard peter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:56 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"We're not we could be heading over conflicts at so many levels that will be years before we can see it get resolved so please don't use us as your vehicle if you're going to be put on someone you know **** website that you're going to start okay whatever you're gonna pass out pamphlets you're gonna put on people's windshields but not here not on the show I never want to hear that again I guess so can't believe that people are still holding on to that after all these years we had to fight a world war to kill it you should crack a book wild card any is in Alabama on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call I'm a non drinker so nobody can say that I would be interested in making alcohol for me to drink or any memory and they can go to the state store cheaper not solution to the government encouraging toxic chemical hand sanitizers and stopping the production of natural grain alcohol hand sanitizer and drop in the price yeah hi this to repeal the antiquated alcohol laws they require a million dollars in legal expenses while claiming to give a free permit that ethanol permit is a scam they say it's different but you'll spend a million dollars they need to repeal these laws all right well it's always interesting to hear I know the call from you any with another law that should be made her one that should be repealed so well I appreciate that it at least you're not it least you're not spitting hatred at people on the basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you already in thanks for taking my call and all of the four Mike from probably the only millennial costlier of done so as you always remind us as you always remind us that whatever her do not mention that yeah it it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and I know tons of millennials are listening to coast to coast so it's it's just an honor to speak with you and your I mean whatever you say that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone yet you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side but if you look at like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter knew each time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and when I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones.

"richard peter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:42 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Sanitizer and drop in the price yeah hi Europe three over antiquated alcohol laws they require a million dollars in legal expenses while claiming to give a free permit that permit is a scary they say it's different but you'll spend a million dollars they made their appeal the flawless all right well it's always interesting to hear I know the call from you any with another law that should be made her one that should be repealed so well I appreciate that it at least you're not it least you're not spitting hatred at people on the basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and all of the four Mike from probably the only millennial cohort here of done tell us as you always remind us as you always remind us ever heard do not mention that it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group some white so I and and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's just an honor to speak with you and your I mean when I reset that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side but if you look at like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter Neuenstein we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be driving the train.

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"richard peter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:22 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Had to fight a world war to kill it you should crack a book wild card any is in Alabama on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call I'm a non drinker so nobody can say that I would be interested in making alcohol for me to drink or any memory and thank you go to the state still are cheaper the location of the government encouraging talks it chemical hand sanitizers and stopping the production of natural growing alcohol here centers you're interested in the price yeah hi to repair your antiquated alcohol laws they require a million dollars in legal expenses while claiming to give a free permit that ethanol permit is a scam they say it's different but you'll spend a million dollars they made the repeal these laws all right well always interesting to hear okay another call from you any with another law that should be made her one that should be repealed so well I appreciate that it at least you're not the least you're not spitting hatred at people on the basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and also for Mike from probably the only millennial clutter of done so as you always remind us as you always remind us that whatever her do not mention that yeah it is I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's just an honor to speak with you when you're I mean when I reset that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone yet you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music it you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you can hold me over to the other side but you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter knew each time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and when I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones are going to be driving the train they're bigger than.

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"richard peter" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and all of the four Mike from probably the only millennial cohort here of done follow us as you always remind us as you always remind us that whatever her do not mention that yeah it it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's just an honor to speak with you and your I mean when I reset that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really I think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter knew it's time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be driving the train they're.

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"richard peter" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

03:58 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on KTRH

"We're not we could be heading over conflicts at so many levels that will be years before we can see it get resolved so please don't use us as your vehicle to if you're going to be put on someone you know **** website that you're going to start okay whatever you're gonna pass out pamphlets you're gonna put on people's windshields but not here not on the show I never want to hear that again I guess so can't believe that people are still holding on to that after all these years we had to fight a world war to kill it you should crack a book wild card any is in Alabama on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call I'm a non drinker so nobody can say that I would be interested in making alcohol for me to drink or any memory and they can go to the state store cheaper the location of the government encouraging talks it chemical hand sanitizers and stopping the production of natural grain alcohol hand sanitizer and drop in the price yeah hi is to repeal the antiquated alcohol laws they require a million dollars in legal expenses while claiming to give a free permit that permit is a scam they say it's different but you'll spend a million dollars they need to repeal these laws all right well always interesting to hear I know the call from you any with another law that should be made her one that should be repealed so well I appreciate that at least you're not the least you're not spitting hatred at people on the basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and all of the four Mike from probably the only millennial cohort here of done so as you always remind us as you always remind us never heard you not mention that yeah it it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and and I know tons of millennials are listening to because because so it's it's just an honor to speak with you when you're I mean when I reset that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side but you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter Neuenstein we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and well I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be driving the train.

"richard peter" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:01 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and also for Mike from probably the only millennial clutter of done tell us as you always remind us as you always remind us okay don't ever heard do not mention that yeah it it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and I know tons of millennials are listening to Costco so it's it's just an honor to speak with you when you're I mean when I reset that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone yet you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really I think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you could hold me over to the other side but you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter noon time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be driving the train they're bigger than.

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"richard peter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

03:28 min | 2 years ago

"richard peter" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Guess so can't believe that people are still holding on to that after all these years we had to fight a world war to kill it you should crack a book wild card any is in Alabama on coast to coast any thank you for taking my call I'm a non drinker so nobody can say that I would be interested in making alcohol for me to drink or any memory and they can go to the state still are cheaper the location of the government encouraging toxic chemical hand sanitizers and stopping the production of natural grain alcohol hand sanitizer and drop in the price yeah hi the repeal of the antiquated alcohol laws they require a million dollars in legal expenses while claiming to give a free permit that ethanol permit is a scary they say it's different but you'll spend a million dollars yes they made their appeal the flawless all right well it's always interesting to hear thank you another call from you any with another law that should be made her one that should be repealed so well I appreciate that it at least you're not it least you're not spitting hatred at people on the basis of their religion so thank you we've got just enough time I think to get one more in before bottom there let's go to Mike in Denver Mike we got about a minute for you all righty and thanks for taking my call and all of the four Mike from probably the only millennial clutter of done so as you always remind us as you always remind us that whatever her do not mention that yeah it it I know you're writing a book online you'll see it's always an honor when you take my call and give me a chance to speak in a and I I I really take pride in it because I feel like millennials opinions are very important on coast to coast and on the radio and I'm happy to represent my age group somewhat so I and I know tons of millennials are listening to coast to coast so it's it's just an honor to speak with you and your I mean whatever he said that but you're using up all of your time here in the intro you had a quick question or comment what yeah I actually called in for Peter Noone and you know it's very interesting because I was going to cover the basis of how the evolution of pop music and you know I really I think that millennials don't appreciate good music like that Chuck Berry Little Richard Peter Noone to people you know when you look at the talent today maybe you can hold me over to the other side you will get like people like Peter and stuff like that and how people are discovered today it's extremely interesting and it makes for an interesting conversation because you know back in Peter noon time we discovered artist very differently well that's true but I will tell you just in case you I mean I teach millennials all the time and I work with millennials every day and I would say a goodly number of them wear retro T. shirts for things like the Beatles the rolling stones and there's often conversations even with Gen Z. about the Beatles and I don't think that's been lost fortunately on millennials and and for that matter like I said generation Z. is the next one coming up they're the ones who are going to be driving the.