36 Burst results for "Richard Richard"

Fresh update on "richard " discussed on Stephanie Miller

Stephanie Miller

01:06 min | 3 hrs ago

Fresh update on "richard " discussed on Stephanie Miller

"Slipping his secrets to the feds. Ted Cruz is a rat. Maybe the rats inside them all. It's Rudy, have you seen his teeth? You know what? If I were looking for a mole, I would look in Lindsey Graham. I'm not making a Richard gear joke. I'm just saying. What? The upper crust of Magdalene has already been wildly speculating about who the snitch could be. Who's the snitch? I love the word snitch. You don't even always talk like a mobster, right? You took the 5th like the monster yesterday. He said the mob. But they always use this terminology, rats, snitch, flipping the uppers of the has already been wildly speculating who the snitches. Trump world is abuzz with speculation about which close aid arrays has flipped. They're at a flipper on top of them all on the rack. They're talking like informing authorities that someone is wrong. Right. That makes no sense to me. There's speculation. Speculation about which aid has flipped and provided additional sensitive information that the FBI about what former president Trump was keeping it Mar-a-Lago later that day intelligence writer William arkin reported that the raid on Mar-a-Lago was based largely on information from an FBI confidential human source. In

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The Auditing of the Auditors

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

01:31 min | 3 d ago

The Auditing of the Auditors

"More than half of the agency's audits in 2021 were directed at taxpayers with incomes less than $75,000, according to the IRS data. So I think we can extrapolate fairly forward that double the number of audits that were done last year are going to happen this year. Because that's where the money is to quote, Richard blumenthal, and Ben cardin. I just want to tell you, I'm only IRS people are fine. I've only known one well. Fred Lynn, went to the lord a few years ago, was in my church for a long time. I think he was the regional director of the IRS out of Orange County, California when I lived in Orange County. Fred was a great and good man. I'm sure everything done on his watch with ethical. And I think most of the IRS people like most of the FBI agents like most of everyone everywhere tries to do the right thing. But if you're working for the IRS and you're an audit and the boss gives you ten files and you bring back 10,000, you haven't found anyone violated the law. This is the boss saying, good job, way to go. Or does the boss say, you must be incompetent. Maybe the goodbye says, you know, let's go over these with you because it's very rare for ten out of ten to come back zero. So let's go over these with you and you double audit those people. And if there's still nothing wrong, those people have been double audited, and they say, okay, let's take another ten. And you really turned down the script on that because every IRS agents metric is what do they find and what do they bring in? Because the other thing they said in The Washington Post is that every dollar spent on pursuing audit yields $10 in revenue. So

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How Can Parents Push Back Against Chemical Castration Drugs?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:56 min | 3 d ago

How Can Parents Push Back Against Chemical Castration Drugs?

"We as parents push back if our kids go to government schools on our kids possibly getting chemical castration drugs? I'm very worried about this. Thanks so much. This is something that's a huge problem. And it's happening more and more. Biden assistant secretary for health, Levine, said that we need to empower kids to go on puberty blockers. So let me be very clear. If America had a any ounce of sanity, Richard Levine would be court martialed and arrested and have to post bail for saying something like this. In fact, I believe Richard Levine should be arrested. For the widespread promotion of child abuse for saying this, play cut 64. So we really want to debase our treatment and to affirm and to support an empower these youth not to limit their participation in activities and sports. And even a limit their ability to get gender affirmation treatment in their state. How is that how is that any different than someone saying on television? We need to have young kids on cocaine and heroin. How is that any different? You are pushing life altering chemical castration drugs that show to increase depression, suicide rates, self harm, social isolation, outside of parental guidance and support. The direct quote is we need to empower kids to go on puberty blockers and get sexual reassignment surgery. You know the only community that really likes that pharmaceutical companies because that's a gold mine of the therapists, not doing therapy. They're doing affirmation therapy, which is the opposite of therapy, and kicking it on over to kids. Here is a bunch of drugs. Here's a bunch of chemicals. Yeah, you might want to kill yourself, be super depressed and anxious. Don't worry, we have Xanax benzodiazepines, and we have all these other drugs for you. But that comes later. It's a massive pharmaceutical cocktail that gets controlled by Pfizer estrogenic and Moderna and all the others.

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Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Sam Gooden, founding member of The Impressions, has died

"Founding member Sam gooden of the impressions has died at the age of 87 according to his daughter I'm Archie's are a letter with a look at his career Sam gooden sang bass in the impressions which also included Jerry butler Curtis Mayfield and Richard and Arthur Brooks Their hits include people get ready it's all right and gypsy woman Mayfield went solo in 1970 but continued to write and produce for the impressions The group was inducted into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1991 So people get ready gooden was still performing as the impressions into his 80s

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Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | 5 d ago

Taiwan 101: Sebastian Talks to David Goldman of the Asia Times

"Known as the Spangler columnist for Asia times also PJ media Claremont institute on and on and on and most recently the author of you will be assimilated China's plan to sign a form the world David Goldman. Welcome back to America first. It's a privilege pleasure to talk to you thanks for the invitation. So I want to do a kind of one on one O one here. If you don't mind, because not everybody, we have 3 million plus lists. There's not everybody is assigned knowledge and understands exactly the significance of what happened recently in Asia. So if I may, please endow me, what is Taiwan, how was it formed, and why does it matter? Let's start with the basics with regards to Pelosi's recent trip. When the communists won the Chinese Civil War in 1947. The nationalist forces under Shanghai shek, our Friends, to camped en masse to the little island of then called formosa or Taiwan. And established an alternative Chinese state, the republic of China. All the international agreements agreed that this island was part of China the same way say Puerto Rico is part of the United States. However, they had opposing governments in the stood each other off. Now, in 1972, when Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger went to China and began the process of restoring diplomatic relations, they agreed that Taiwan and China were part of the same country and then it was up to the Chinese to the two sides to work out what their common future was without American interference. That was the Shanghai communique of 1972. And I spoke to one of the original members of the Nixon delegation who helped draft that communique. In 1972, and I was told that Pelosi's visit to China was a really terrible idea because it violated the spirit of the agreement. Why

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Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the Radicalization of Gen X

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:11 min | Last week

Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the Radicalization of Gen X

"It seems that there's this interesting demographic phenomenon. I want to explore with you Richard, it's happening across the country, which is the radicalization of gen X, where you just articulated something that baby boomer 70 plus, they tend to be more establishment Republican or comfortable with Joe Biden. Now, we're going to get a slew of emails, by the way. Charlie, I'm 70 8 and I hate Joe Biden. Yesterday. No, I know. But I do think it's demographically interesting. We never talked about this before, rich, that gen X, so think about Josh hawley that is Ron DeSantis, right? That's Donald Trump Jr. that's Tom cotton, that's Ted Cruz. That's gen X. They're kind of right in that middle group. They're not necessarily super young. They're definitely not baby boomers. But gen xers are people that have kids that are anywhere between 5 years old to 18 years old. They're becoming super right wing in more ways than one. Not only that, but in primaries, they are demanding and they are voting for the more conservative candidate. Is that correct, rich? Yeah, and if you look, we did by generation, Charlie, by age, Arizona is a great state for that. So is Florida, so is Texas. So is Nevada, by the way. You know, the bottom line is because we've asked this before and I really think what it comes down to is and we got those emails as well. And I understand if you have a mom or you are that age group and you voted for Carrie Lake, I'm not saying there's not going to be supporters in that age group. I'm saying we're talking about margins, statistics, polling. But the bottom line is the older voters. Tend to have this idea, Charlie, that how could I put this? They tend to have like faith still in authority and they grew up in this more stable America. And they have this view where you would ask them, you know, how bad do things can get. And they would say, you know, it's America in the end, things are going to be okay. That's how they talk to us, right? Whereas the younger generation, the younger generation is like, look, I have to live the rest of my life. And this is 30 40 years we can't survive this.

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A Super Tuesday Summary With Rich Baris

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last week

A Super Tuesday Summary With Rich Baris

"Joining us right now is a great American rich barris, and if I get my way, he's going to be joining us for some portion tonight on our live stream. Richard barris, everybody from big data polls in people's pundit. Rich, how you doing, man? Doing all right, buddy, how you doing? Very good. So rich there's a lot happening right now. Initial reports are showing less than favorable turnout in Arizona, still very early. It's only ten 35 local time right now, so polls have only been up for a couple hours. What would lower turnout mean for Carrie Lake and Blake masters here in Arizona? Yeah, so actually lower turnout would be bad for them. So this is what the Republican establishment is hoping for, which is lower turnout older voters, which robeson was, look, in our polling and it really does depend on which poll you're looking at. But our polling Charlie and others generally found that robeson did well around 70 plus, right? So if it's lower turnout and it's less younger people than it could be closer than expected, but it really does depend on the polling you're looking at because we did not have ropes in winning any age group until you got above that 70 65 plus was still about even with us because the 65 to 74 Carrie Lake did well with. Same thing with Blake masters. Only it's easier if it's lower turnout it would be easier for masters to maintain a comfortable lead because it's more of a fractured field. But the younger the voters, the better it is for Kerry Lake. That being said, Charlie she dominated every other age group. So even, I mean, we'll see how low. You know, at this point.

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Florida Diner Owner Richard Kline: I'll Serve to Everyone With Respect

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:21 min | Last week

Florida Diner Owner Richard Kline: I'll Serve to Everyone With Respect

"I'm curious how has business been since this blow up? Well, I have gotten a lot of new customers that I never knew I had. Lost a couple of Democrats. But a couple that I did last, I saw one the other day coming back in for takeout. So he wasn't going too long, you know? I picked up a few people that had never heard of me that were conservative and so be it. Again, I'll serve everybody. It doesn't matter if you're Democrat or Republican or independent. It doesn't matter. I serve good food and I served everyone with respect. I am the proud of my conservatism and that's just how I feel to be, you know? Well, I have to imagine maybe you'll get a visit from president Trump one of these days sort of in the neighborhood. Yeah, my neighbor. Now, I do have other guys I had his ambassador comes in. I used to have he passed away on this, which ten duper steams about three months ago he died. He was a White House chief of staff around Ronald Reagan at the end of his term. At the end of the 8th year, he was a regular. So the city diner is kind of become a conservative place hang out, if you will, you know? Nothing. I even have Sean Hannity coming in there from time to time. Is that a good guy? Well, yeah, I hope he leaves a big tip. He's a very humble good guy. He is exactly what he says. He's down to earth and very real. You know,

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Hernández hits go-ahead 3-run HR, Blue Jays beat Tigers 5-3

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | Last week

Hernández hits go-ahead 3-run HR, Blue Jays beat Tigers 5-3

"To ask her Hernandez belted a go ahead three run Homer in the 6th inning of the Blue Jays 11th win in 14 games 5 three versus the tigers Detroit led three one until Bo Bichette hit a sacrifice fly in the 6th and Hernandez followed with a 424 foot drive to center Vladimir Guerrero junior scored twice and stayed in the game after being hit on the left wrist by a pitch Tigers right hander drew hutchison allowed one run into hits and 5 innings against his former team but the bullpen couldn't make it stand up Reliever Trevor Richards got two outs to receive the win I'm Dave ferry

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Richard Fisher Calls out Nancy Pelosi's Insider Trading

Mark Levin

00:59 sec | Last week

Richard Fisher Calls out Nancy Pelosi's Insider Trading

"Richard Fisher Federal Reserve bank president was on CNBC yesterday I had tipped daily caller He's taken a look at this And here's what he says Cut 11 go With regard to the House and the Senate clearly people have taken advantage of inside information forever I'm not against their Tapping that down And I'm sorry to see that Paul Pelosi of Nancy Pelosi and others are appear it's all up here it's right now We don't know the facts to have taken advantage of inside information So something needs to be done Yes perhaps they should be taken out in handcuffs I'm sure the Democrat hack U.S. attorney in Washington D.C. will take a very close look at this I mean it is staring him in the face It is right there in his jurisdiction You don't even need to S.W.A.T. team Now we need a S.W.A.T. team

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The Marxist Democrats Attack Every Person, Act of Freedom

Mark Levin

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

The Marxist Democrats Attack Every Person, Act of Freedom

"If their enemies not Donald Trump their enemies Ronald Reagan Their enemies thought Ronald Reagan their enemies Richard Nixon but their enemies not Richard Nixon Their enemies Thomas Jefferson It's not Thomas Jefferson it's George Washington but it's not George Washington Down the list Every imperfection of a great large society with such a diverse population is exploited As exploited Every act of freedom is attacked They tell us equity not even equality equity Is why man exists No equity is not why man exists Some people are smarter than others Some are stronger than others Some are luckier than others some work harder than others Liberty Is why man exists in a civil and just society The marxists have tried equity And despite murdering a 100 million people they still haven't gotten there And they never will The Declaration of Independence Unalienable rights Read the declaration again What is it all about The declaration is a very short document It is the formal consensus position of those who found it America

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Caller: 'Schedule F' Is a Great Plan

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:50 min | 2 weeks ago

Caller: 'Schedule F' Is a Great Plan

"Touch, just to kind of reinforce what you were saying earlier. I heard about that schedule F plan. I guess it was maybe Friday. They talked about it on Steve Bannon. Joe Scarborough had somebody on MSNBC talking about it, but I think that is a great plan. I've been thinking about that for a long time and just hope now, but it's going to be implemented. And along with that, you mentioned about doing away with some cabinet departments, like the Department of Education, you know, I'd like to see that extend maybe some other departments that are unnecessary elected apartment of energy. I mean, I can think of the Department of Homeland Security. A lot of these agencies that need to be reformed from the top down such as the FBI, CIA, DoJ, all of that. But Todd, what concerns me and listen to the congressman is something else that I think the Republican Party in the upcoming elections needs to do when I don't see them doing it. And we're just talking about this Friday. I don't see a new contract with America like we had in 1994. It's not enough just to win the midterms and recapture the House and the Senate, but we need to dominate in the way we need to do that is I think to have a contract with America and have every Republican whether then Oregon, Oklahoma, whether you're in South Carolina or South Dakota to sign on to that. And I think it needs to focus on a few things. One, the economy, inflation, the southern border, energy independence, crime, and then lastly, the culture. And reaffirming our commitment to the constitution and the Bill of Rights. Because I voted for a lot of Republicans since 1980 and I can't tell you how many ones I've been disappointed in case in point most recently in 2020 with Tom tillis in two years before that was Richard burr. Well,

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What the Heck Is Going on in Georgia? Richard Baris Explains

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:00 min | 2 weeks ago

What the Heck Is Going on in Georgia? Richard Baris Explains

"I want to ask you Richard because we're going to go around the horn here. We'll kind of do this free form. But I am perplexed. Confused. Frustrated, irritated. Use other synonyms if you'd like with Georgia. What the heck is going on in Georgia? Why is Florida become more conservative and Georgia has not? What's going on? You know, Georgia is another interesting test case. I mean, you had a lot of Republicans, southern good old boys, you know, the establishment who relied on the goodwill of southern voters for years while they've never understood that economics is politics, right? So if you let in a mini tinseltown into Atlanta, you know, the surrounding suburbs may be humble. It depends what kind of industry those state governments chose to build up. And the truth is they built a professional class sector in that area of the state. And then also there's a growing Hispanic population, but it's still largely African American. Until Republicans start to make inroads with those voters like they have with Hispanic voters. Hey, then you have to win two thirds of the white vote. And it's always going to be close. You know, the bottom line is though, you know, I could tell you, you know, Charlie, I did pull Georgia. And I know that some people are seeing polls. They don't like, but Donald Trump was outperforming every Republican, including her show walker. And the rematch now, the national average is about Trump plus ten, you know, a month and a half ago when we pulled it for CD media, we had an 11 point lead for Donald Trump over Joe Biden. And this was this was a state that was like Trump plus two, you know? Even in the polling that we were doing, we did think he was going to carry the state of Georgia. And I think he did get rid of the sad, I want to get in trouble. But, you know, the bottom line is it was never Trump plus 11. Trump plus ten. So why is that? Trump does better with minorities than Republicans do. And

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Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the RNC Autopsy Report

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | 2 weeks ago

Richard Baris and Charlie Discuss the RNC Autopsy Report

"Are reminiscing on a previous program. About the RNC's autopsy report. Do you remember that back in 2012? Yes. Yes. The whole thing? Yeah, and so we were reminiscing about reince priebus and all of that. And I've always gotten along with Ryan. It's not, it's not a slight it hits. I would have done things differently than him, but that's okay. And they said, we are going to lose Florida. We're going to lose all these states. Remember, Florida had senator Nelson, Democrat? Yes. Bill Nelson? That's right. Obama won it in 12, right? This was a blue state. And so over ten years, what is it from a policy perspective though, Richard that has now turned this into incredibly more Republican than Georgia? Yeah. Yeah, I'll tell you. That's a really good question. The answer is really interesting. And the autopsy was like a $1 million piece of it. It was total nonsense. You know, the bottom line is when you're going to increase your appeal to working voters, family voters. It's not going to be isolated within one race, right? And that's something they missed in that autopsy, but honestly, in Florida, the interesting thing Bill Nelson, he used to be thought of as a moderate. So he could do well. He was an astronaut, right? He was a national hero. Astronauts can be beaten, just ask Mark Kelly. That's right. Just don't tell Mark Kelly, but yes. And by the way, Mark Kelly's leading by roughly the same margins that Bill Nelson was leading Rick Scott by until we called Rick Scott, the giant killer. Back then, because that's he would always come in with these 40% favorability rating and yet topple these people that are supposedly unbeatable.

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The People's Pundit, Richard Baris, Weighs In on the Generic Ballot

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:35 min | 2 weeks ago

The People's Pundit, Richard Baris, Weighs In on the Generic Ballot

"With us right now is Richard barris, people's pundit and does a great job. Richard, welcome back to the program. Hey, thanks for having me back, Charlie. Always a pleasure to be here. So we're going to keep you for the full hour here. We're going to go into great detail of what's happening into the midterm coming in the midterms, the primaries that still have yet to happen. We get so many questions about all of this. So let's just ask a 35,000 foot view question first. Where does the generic ballot stand? What do you think all things being equal are Republicans chances of taking the House and the Senate going into November? So I think the generic ballad Charlie's, you know, between 5 and 8 points if I'm being a little bit generous. And the reason I'm saying that is because even our national generic ballot was a big lead for a while, it did tighten. I'm starting to see some of the national numbers widen out a little bit again for Republicans. But district by district would get a little bit more granular. There are some districts that Republicans should be running away with if they had a big generic ballot lead that still are a little bit closer than you would expect. That in the end, when we round the corner on Labor Day, that could all change or maybe the national numbers are kind of leading and as we get a couple of weeks into it. They'll look more rosy for Republicans. But every time and we were talking about this the last time, every time Republicans look like they're going to start to stretch their legs and run away. They do something stupid.

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Ben Domenech, Brian Kemp on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

Mark Levin

00:27 sec | 2 weeks ago

Ben Domenech, Brian Kemp on 'Life, Liberty & Levin' This Sunday

"Could you please do me a favor Could you please watch the incredible life liberty and Levin this Sunday It's the best show on Fox News channel parnon across the border A lot of people a lot of friends of mine who do shows over there I'm sorry Life liberty and Levin is the gold standard And this Sunday at 8 p.m. you're gonna see Mark interview in his incredible style Ben Dominic and Richard Kemp Good show 8 p.m. eastern on Fox News

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Chicago Police Ignore Proactive Policing as Crime Rises

The Officer Tatum Show

01:09 min | 3 weeks ago

Chicago Police Ignore Proactive Policing as Crime Rises

"The rest of Chicago, according to the article written by Fox News Richard Chicago plummet to historic low as crime rises, police admittingly pull back. Now, you don't have to tell me this because I talked to a few people in Chicago. And somebody said on my social media, you got sources everywhere. Like as if I'm lying. I got over 2 million people that follow me and I'm a well-known former police officer. So police officers contact me all the time and they tell me the dirty secrets that the media don't want to talk about. But I know people in Chicago and they tell me flat out, it ain't what it used to be. We ain't proactively policing. People are just not proactively policing. We show up to cost of service if the college is going out on the radio, and that's it. Understand this ladies and gentlemen, proactive policing is the most effective policing that your department can be involved in. The most effective, then I think community policing in a second. And then cost of service is third. Cost of services them just responding to you after somebody has hurt you. After a crime has been committed. Proactive policing is thwarting the criminal before they commit a crime against you.

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Joe Biden Just Made a Fool of Himself in Israel

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:50 min | 3 weeks ago

Joe Biden Just Made a Fool of Himself in Israel

"So Joe Biden just finished making a fool of himself in Israel. We've been avoiding this for obvious reasons. I think a lot of what's been happening here domestically is far more important than a lot of kind of the charade that Joe Biden is putting on internationally. So what's interesting, though, is typically presidents go abroad to try and turn around their failing poll numbers. Nothing is as popular domestically than going abroad. It's kind of an old presidential practice going back to probably Richard Nixon who tried to turn around some of his floundering poll numbers by going to China and did so successfully by opening China, a bad decision, by the way, never should have been done, but it looked as if he was magnanimous and he was clear about the direction of the western world. Presidents go abroad when they try to avoid problems that are happening. Domestically. It's nothing new. You can't blame Biden for that. He's one of the most unpopular president since I think the recording of polling, but what's remarkable is how Biden went internationally and it seems as if he's making a bigger fool of himself and of America just from a communication standpoint. So we're going to talk a little bit about this. We're not going to dwell too much on it just because we've grown so accustomed to Joe Biden, make a complete and total mockery of the United States. And I say this and I'll say it again, we deserve so much better than this corrupt clown that is meandering around the Middle East. You deserve better, hardworking Americans deserve better. Our veterans deserve better. People that obey the law and love the country, this guy should be nowhere near leadership. He shouldn't be running a bingo club in the villages, let alone running the nuclear arsenal and the wealthiest, most generous, powerful country in the history of the

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Grichuk, Cron power Rockies to 8-5 win over Padres

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 3 weeks ago

Grichuk, Cron power Rockies to 8-5 win over Padres

"The Padres are four and 9 this month following an 8 5 loss to the rockies Randall Gretchen doubled twice and drove in three runs and CJ cron had two hits in his return to the Colorado lineup Crone set out three of the rockies previous 5 games with a wrist injury suffered last Friday Kron and Richard were instrumental during a three run 6th that put the rockies ahead for good Winning pitcher Julie chassis worked two scoreless innings in relief of Kyle Freeland San Diego's Blake Snell walked 6 while allowing 5 runs over three and two thirds The pod raised her three and 13 of course field since the start of last season I'm Dave

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"richard " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

03:35 min | 9 months ago

"richard " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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

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"richard " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

Pop Culture Happy Hour

05:35 min | 9 months ago

"richard " Discussed on Pop Culture Happy Hour

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

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

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:36 min | 1 year ago

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

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

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:44 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

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

"A very good example. Richard osborne has a sort of earthly transcendent beauty about him. And he's funny. And i want someone couldn't control themselves and they were writing poetry vista all good stuff. There's lots of zonda thanks. That was that. I didn't bother re read any of it. I've heard about it. I've seen pitches seen this. This like people send illustration sometimes fucked up. Your faces stuck onto ninety really properly. Good drawings magnus anime drawings of zonda given its me giving it to. You knows a bit of both. If i'm honest if you if you you may have done this because cambridge together please and you were together now. I feel bad about human housing. So i've got i've got some of this is meant to ask this question to. Us milken who was on. I'm discs. i've come up with a new format that you can have this format until it's called desert island dick's by smoking. You think it's eights. Get a guest in every week and you ask them. Which eight richards would you take island. And you'll be ideal. Coal-rich is a really good. Did count as one of the richards. I think you would not county be nine richards. Yeah nine i'm like with disks. You just like the bible and shakespeare you get me so i got back. In the bible and shakespeare combined mass bother people decide. What your favorite richards richest gone. This is one of those questions that you always want to be honest. I would say a would say mainly always fun to be. Sexist gonna be women on which mainly wish out there on the king of the mountains of france done for drugs. But there's probably look after you. An emergency forgiving. They might have some drugs and they might be a mountain on the island. Which would be king of richard. Nixon gave this. Can you name make people rich white. Hart richard wilson doug unbelieving. Richard was so who made lead mckee nixon. Nixon complex some wilson. Richard richie a elite which humanity the ministry creatures. Ready to laugh that rich manica even just popping out there and just like being around Everyone which it that would be that you'd enjoy that. Brought as ritchie from five ritchie neville from five and a rick edwards. Okay because he's the same height as it'd be nice dominate that edwards very huge kong. Your mom was telling me all about. Your mom doesn't listen to this this year. She probably wouldn't surprise Sixty four hundred with my dad. My dad for sixty four years relations sixty years. It's nice to have someone believing in father christmas. So that you would think the two of them just looking at each other tabriz you're gonna tell them most line. I did not expect eyelid. Joke expecting three roof choose dicks to take actual cox now right. The i'm coming pitch this to you. I'm not sure if you were there. I had an idea about deal or no deal okay. Which was that. There should be a late night version of age. Like in the poker where you just re show deal no deal. But you have some mathematicians statis- some concessions mathematician. Mathematicians sanctity superstitious mathematicians. I'm pretty with everything from the number thirteen. And they do comedy over the top of whether Say has any truth to or not so. That's twenty twos. Come very unlucky box. They can go. The is not true. Twenty two has on average come at the same time every other box. Just be that the hallway. Three and noise made that no that wouldn't scott subscribing magical properties you've given given the prevalence of in this world. That is a good thing to get like the curse of the newbie. I would like someone to come to this sites statistics. I'd like the sisters on that. So what the statistics are to be. Which is a complete twenty bucks is all open randomly equally. But then they could do over. 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"richard " Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

08:10 min | 1 year ago

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

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

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"richard " Discussed on The Changelog

The Changelog

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"richard " Discussed on The Changelog

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"richard " Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

01:47 min | 1 year ago

"richard " Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

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

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"richard " Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"richard " Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

"This is one that i forgot was donner film. I remember seeing is young and it was just child abuse it was disturbing streaming ninety two also weapon three and then what am i personal favorites that i think a lot of people. Forget and what's sad is the day before richard passing. I actually mentioned this movie. I quoted it to my wife. A lot is maverick. Nineteen ninety. four's maverick mel gibson. Jodie foster and james gardner terrific richard. Donner you know. It's it's wonderful. I can't praise it enough. If you're not sure please check it out. Alyce assassins in nineteen ninety. Five was his next film. And i saw this one. But i remembered to be honest with its Stallone antonio banderas ninety seven saw conspiracy theory which is another one of those films that i saw a lot as a child. Just because my mom actually really liked the film. It was one of those that we had the vhs and played a lot in our house. It's on hbo lethal weapon. Four followed in ninety eight and then we have a break. And it's kind of crazy thinking ninety eight and donner's next film did not appear until two thousand. Three's timeline based on the michael crichton book and on hulu and i thought that was the last film that he had directed. I did see that one. It's a fun movie. But the last movie he direct with sixteen blocks and that was in two thousand six that is not streaming that is a very vast large legacy of direction now. His production producer credits. All over the place. I mean just hit. Some of the high points can quickly. I won't other than films that he directed because very much active produced from films. He directed Starting with lady hawk. So let's go through movie. The lost boys executive producer. Free willy executive sir cruelty to the omen to offer habit. That just says nineteen ninety-five tales from the crypt. executive producer. tells them of films for free. Willy three double tap any seven any given sunday x. Men i knew about the x men x men origins wolverine knew about that one and those are the he helped produce other than Films like a man is more than just the things that he directed and i've recently watched a lot. Excuse me he has just want to point this out. A lot of cameos in his movies grant to sue man. He's a man the diner manager street. the goonies. He's a policeman. Maverick as a dealer tomlin. He's man in car conspiracy theory conspiracy theory talk cap passenger and sixteen blocks man holding birthday. I really watched more interviews. Just that i had seen some of the things he said. I watched focused on superman. Of course you could tell the he the reason why he's so beloved and what's sad is now with honors passing the three men who really crafted superman film. Richard donner tom mankiewicz. Christopher reeve have all pat. And i will go into production history of that film at series. He laid the template and a word that i'd never heard of that became very popular in richard. Donner discussing sumo's personality and they took superman serious. And even today. I think i was talking with some friends today..

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"richard " Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

05:20 min | 1 year ago

"richard " Discussed on Krypton Report: The Supergirl Podcast

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

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"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

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

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"richard " Discussed on Pantheon

Pantheon

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"richard " Discussed on Pantheon

"He loved his family his family was supportive. He being able to do what he live in front of the show him very you know. Hey. This is what I like to do. Yeah when he came back to making. After done his first recordings. There was one song called every hour i. think that was a local hit Got Played a lot. A One night about twelve o'clock. House. He or one o'clock listening to the radio in the morning and his song comes on and he starts growing your. Working everybody. And their the hurt him. Among radio and. That's the first time. His Dad I was able to proud of it will because you know he's there really wasn't tight to understand little Richard now. So his dad really had to kind of get into the get into. One of the things was when he bought his first car, you know what he told me saying you know you're man, you should be able to. Get where you need to go to. So that was like their I kind of interacting together and shortly after that, you know he's damages was. His biggest supporters? Yeah, and then he lost you sure did. and. Just when they will come together. That was I think only a year after he had. they'd heard him singing on the radio. And thought my God. Our sons a star. and. He was going to say. It was in his blue. Even when he would go. To his local church insane and things of that nature that made you basically was the type. MUSIC JUST LOSE OUT OF HIM And the piano was something that came naturally. Being able to play the piano and being able to just express themselves in a way that only he could. He. He was a teenager for..

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"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Richard show for the city of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico a blend of the local national and worldwide news Richard salt for use of Santa Fe good afternoon and if it be Tuesday sixteen jun protein seven minutes after one o'clock pretty much carbon copy whether of yesterday right now eighty two degrees variable winds chance of rain twenty percent chance of isolated thunderstorms this afternoon high today forecast beating for right now eighty two degrees a little warmer tomorrow sunny skies eighty six Thursday eighty three in sunny Friday eighty four and sunny the weekend right now sunshine with highs around ninety for the week right now the pleasant eighty two some clouds out in a slight chance of isolated thunderstorms good afternoon Tuesday afternoon first hour is wide open you want to call in right now and talk about anything a toll on your little mind five oh five four two four twelve sixty five oh five four two four twelve sixty two o'clock today we will talk with ACSI novice ACSI is the outdoor recreation division director in the economic development department they have a very cool thing happening if you would like to be part of the effort to bring more outdoor recreation in New Mexico listen up at two o'clock two thirty day race ten of all and the don guy a ghosts will talk about try outs auditioned for the national anthem singing freezes over.

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"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Richard show for the city of Santa Fe and northern New Mexico a blend of local national and worldwide news host Richard itself for use of Santa Fe Thursday afternoon windy day in Santa Fe eighty three degrees now wins AT twenty five gusting to forty miles an hour red flag warnings high wind warnings in effect until tonight two hands on the wheel for sure eighty three degrees right now tomorrow just forecast high is sixty eight degrees T. nearly all this wind is blowing in from or whether Saturday seventy six seventy five on Sunday with a chance for rain late Sunday sixty percent actually seventy percent chance of thunderstorms on Monday which would be lovely wonderful right now though eighty three degrees and very caring when you want to be on the show she mean email Richard at Santa Fe dot com Richard at Sanofi dot com happy to be joined now in order to have one lieutenant governor how we moralis lieutenant governor how are you today I'm doing well Richard always enjoyed being on your show thank you for having me anytime within a given where are you today I'm actually in Silver City today how are things in beautiful grand county you know it's just like it is there in Santa Fe the wind blowing pretty good and warm yeah I just in Mexico you just gotta love that the weather and the climate that we have this springtime in New Mexico all old ways windy all right Silver City New Mexico how.

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"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"richard " Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"And worldwide news host Richard eats all boys of Santa Fe I just and the game all right seven minutes after three o'clock on a Wednesday afternoon we go from part of resistance to our ten food too politics in northern New Mexico congressional district number three with Kyle Tisdale who is running for Congress running for the democratic nomination to basically take a seat in the in a very very blue district of northern New Mexico Kyle is from counts New Mexico yeah glad to be here it's good to see you again glad to have be here again and thanks for having me yeah absolutely how the campaign it's going well you know staying busy and still working at my day job as public interest attorney and also working on the campaign so yeah we're we're gearing up for the race toward the primary in June all right a website for your campaign it's too still for Congress dot com it's T. I. S. D. E. L. F. O. R. Congress dot com okay do you were at your at the girls ink vent the that the Canada form for girls ink at the James a little theater how did that go over the girls nice to you the curls were nice to me it was a fantastic event they did a really good job organizing it there was questions that were prepared by the girls in advance which were all very good then they took some questions from the audience right well right so yeah it was it was a fantastic how many can in its forms have you had with say a majority of the cannons here's a look there's like with fifty two candidate it's now Whittle down a little bit from from where we were at the peak but you know we've had a I I don't know what the number is but we've had a maybe a half dozen or so forums whether it's the girls thing form that was most recent some of the county Democratic Party have organized forums but yeah we've had a handful of events where where the core group of candidates have been out and and yeah it's been it's been good so tough question or not what is your super power like the girls ask you but you know what what is your niche here when you go out to Canada forms your you don't have the the biggest name ID of the cannons probably Plame of Fernandez CERN they have better name ID then you the people cut talk to you though yeah they do and and you know Richard I think one of the distinguishing features is for my candidacy is I didn't aspire to become a politician right this isn't how I've been building my career towards this moment in this I don't view this quite frankly as a stepping stone in my career good I've gotten into this race because of the urgency of the moment that we find ourselves in and you know what I think what distinguishes me is not only the fact that you know I've built my career essentially on taking on the federal government in the oil and gas industry over climate change in the impacts to our public lands but I am bringing that sense of urgency in leadership of a direction not only for this state but for our country in terms of.

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

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

01:41 min | 3 years ago

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

"But it's just reminded me. There was on the first day. We did. It was Richard E Graham, Michael Parkinson might dad before the show had said can I invite someone and I said to and he said, well, just can I am by someone. It depends on who it is who you thinking of inviting. I dunno one. Yeah. Available. But I like to know who you're bringing to the show, and I said you can bring anyone except on call surrender. All right. All right because I'm into always kind just gets involved. And also he has the largest turban in history. It was like the motherships and independence day. And he said, no, no snow so go onto the show. I welcome say Hello to the audience. I first thing I noticed road three. Mothership with unconcerned the run. Denise it dangling underneath his turban. And so it became a someone who's going to boil you buy just drifted back to this huge turban and afterwards, I was dreading him approaching. I the Richard E ground Michael Parkinson, it'd be sent to my dad's just keep him in the corner here. Let his. Glossop whatever, and I was talking to Michael Parkinson. And as I'm talking to him, I say shadow. He's face. Oh, no. Mr. Parkinson by told you. I think it works though. Because I mean, obviously lots races put together, but it's just like any family..

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

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:52 min | 3 years ago

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

"In the shop. And yet it kind of a reversal sketch and all that kind of stuff. But I mean, the four of us that road so mayor my MRs an eye, Sharon, Saddam, and Richard pins over the four main writers, and we we we stole into comedy. We'd kind of what stuff we were watching stuff at the time. And so you get influenced by everything, but it was Richard and shower that came up with the sketch mainly it's still shots because I'm gonna do all for the rest of the interview. Does this? Does it haunt you and follow you like sometimes things kind of people? No, it's it's I mean, it's twenty years since since we we did it came on TV, and we did three series and. It's really humbling actually that people still remember it with such fun this. And and the strange thing is that people now found on on YouTube clips and stuff like that. But it's I don't think it's aged badly. You know, some of it, obviously has the sketches still kind of work. And so it is humbling people still remember, and that's nice. That's great. The the Koumas came after that was how how long have to goodness Christ was good. You did a couple of goodness gracious me well on on a recording day today. It was exactly to this day seventeen years ago. Right. Two thousand one they stay and. Tell you what. But it was but I had the idea. About five years earlier and everybody turned it down. Right. And I remember somebody at one of the main channels. Who I met with? He said what is this idea? You've got. And I said, well, it's this family in the interview real guests, and his grandmother, and his parents there and just be good because you got an older person asking questions, and you go woman asking questions, which you know, young. Can't ask and everything. But yeah, yeah. Yeah. He said, you know, what would be really good? And I said, yeah. And he said if the main interviewer was a woman, a young woman, and I said, oh, okay. Well, I was thinking of playing the interview, but that's here. And he said, and the reason that the guests turn up every week is because she's got great tits. Can you believe this? And I kind of this was somebody vote in diverse. Janelle? We were in just said, right, anyway, that's your ideas with picks up my bit of eight four paper, and I left so I had that sort of four or five years, and it was based on the reality of your life with your mother and father is that it was based on a particular incident. Go friend Jeanette. Who took me my parents? And the first time I taken a go onto me. My parents always gonna nervous about it. And we walked through the door. And I said geneticists my mom my dad. Mom, dad. This is Jeanette and my dad said pleased to meet you how much does your father. Also, he said, it's only a question. She doesn't have to answer to keep your voice down. And then my mom voice of reason stepped in and said, very ignore him Ginette. It's very nice to meet you. You know, Sanjiv has always been double at times rejection. And it was the first seconds. When we started doing gracious me. I remember sitting. Room that I rented in south London that time, and and I thought I wonder if I ever meet anyone famous, and I thought what would happen if I introduced them to my parents, and I know different. And what was what was lovely was that? My parents can't see a lot the recordings. And I remember off to the. We have on. We had had an opponent Carter was on. And it'd be a green room thing off to its introduced Helena to my mom. I said hell, no. This is my real mum my mum. And Helena said, oh, it's loves me. I'm said, she said. Such a pretty face. You haven't thank you. She said why in the last film that they make you monkey face? Spillman come out by. Minnie driver any driver. It said that she's living in Los Angeles down. Just don't live in London anymore. Parents said we live quite near the apple and we have said. I ever need to stall. So they would do anyway. Yeah. That's that's a pretty cool. It drive to experience. Do the show. Many come back the real people..

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