17 Burst results for "Rob Roy"
"rob roy" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Briefing
"The briefing. We're going to begin by introducing today's panelists a Robert bound and the broadcaster and journalist Juliet linley, who, of course, is with me in Zürich. Rob is a over in London, Juliette, just across the table, we'll be heading up to Finland in a little while as well, but we'll start shall we start with close to him. Juliet. Good afternoon. Buona said, and Bon Natalie, right? In Latin, but listen. Yeah, you have a snow, but I thought this was sort of a part of your beat. When you were of course looking after the Vatican as a special correspondent, were you a special correspondent? Very special. So special that my memory fails me on the Latin elements of my job. Okay, so just tell me, you've obviously rushed into the studio here insert. What is happening in the Lin Li Vinci household right now? Oh, the cat has been putting up the bubbles all over the house and taking them down at the same time playing football with them. And no, yes, the turkey is in the oven and we've got a great cranberry sauce bubbling on the stove and yeah, it's a very Christmassy feeling at home. I was happy to get out and rush to the studio for you. Thank you very much for that. Rob bound in London. Same sort of same sort of vibe either happening. I mean, it's great that you're in Midori house or what's happening on the bound on the bound stovetop. On the bound stovetop, we're having a bit of a Moroccan Christmas this year. So we've got a lamb tagine, got some prunes bubbling away in there. It smells very sweet, but that might just be the cinnamon that someone's someone's dipped in my Negroni Tyler. It's a Christmas Negroni. I understand producer Reese James is going to be bringing in a tray of clinking clinking drinks. So you might have some icy sound effects, hopefully later on. What a wonderful time of the year. It's lovely to be on the program. Thank you for having me. Well, not at all. I'm hoping that our desert badly who's here in Zürich, but this is also going to be coming in with a tray of drinks as well. Don't let the big drinker that you are, of course. Or maybe you want a Christmas matcha. It's green at least. You know a rum punch for Christmas. You either run punch. Sure. Daisy, you too. Rob, joy to choose an accent as well. She's going to do the rest of the program. I Trinidad. Trinidadian. At TNT accent? I'm going to come see a clear, but we'll see what happens after the cocktails after a rob Roy or two. Maybe it'll turn Scottish here around the roaring half of studio one at Midori house Tyler. Very good bob. We're also going to get the very latest. From the home of father Christmas right now, monocles designated Christmas correspondents quite a big gig. Patrick burst off joins us on the line from the finished capital hell, sinky. You've been up in Lapland for the last few weeks on special assignment. Tell us a little bit about a Petri. Yes, hi, good evening who viola from rather crisp Helsinki it's minus three here and it was even colder when I was in when I was in Lapland. Of course the home of the father Christmas as you were very correctly pointed out Tyler, not Santa Claus, Indiana, but the Finnish Lapland. So yes, I was there on assignment a couple of gigs actually, so we did a story on the ivalo airport, one of the northernmost airports in Lapland and there's snow how of how they managed to keep the airport up and up and running. I think they've done ten years without any redirected or canceled flights. So that was one of the stories. Then I went even further north to close to the Norwegian border. So this time, small town of inari, where we did a feature on the Sami language news service that the Finnish public broadcaster yle runs there. And I have to say during that reporting trip, I saw quite a few reindeer and had to stop the car more than more than once. So I think Sansa is getting ready with his reindeer. I don't know if you were able to chat to Santa when you're up there of course Santa was in London as you know. He was at our Christmas market. As he's there every year, but I was a little bit too busy, of course, taking money for the kids who want to sit beside Santa or even if they pay more to sit on Santa's lap. But tell me, did you notice when you were in Finland's high north? Was there any sort of concern on the part of Santa because obviously Santa is very much a political tool. It's part of you would say sort of part of Finland's sort of soft power arsenal and we know he's very highly regarded. So does he have any sort of concerns about Finland joining NATO? Is he happy about that? I don't know if you spend any time discussing that with him. Sadly, not this time because as you say he was in London, but I've been to his home in rovaniemi quite a few times sat on his lap as you do. When you go visit Santa you sit on his lap, but that was I think two or three years ago. So I didn't see him now, but I would have to guess that sends us very happy about Finland joining NATO because you know the original homeland hometown in Finland is this place called cordova dundry. Very close to the Russian border, so close actually that tourists are not allowed to go there. So that's why he built a second home in Roman emi, which is on the Arctic circle. So this added security that NATO membership will supposedly give Finland. I think it will make Santa very happy and who knows, maybe we might even be able to visit his real home in the korbut untreated. Yeah, this would be good, but also tell me when you were up north. Did you notice, of course, I would say heightened Finnish military activity because it is interesting. We know that obviously NATO forces now Finland is not officially a part of NATO yet, but they're on the ascent at seams. And of course you've been also reporting on, of course, the fence that is the fence that's going to be reinforced along the Russian border. I would gather that was obviously very much probably top of Santa's wish list, probably from the Finnish defense forces that he can of course supply in a barbed wire. It definitely was. And I think he got his wishes to come true. So we have seen an increased military presence. We've seen the U.S. Navy, the British navy
"rob roy" Discussed on America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
"See. It is actually out loud, funny, that's how good it is. All right, before we dive in to our favorite naval commander, got to ask you favorite movie. Let's set the bar. I'll tell you mine. My favorite movie I could watch a million times Blade Runner, your favorite movie. Oh, my favorite movie of all time. Yes. Not just no, no, not just Bond. We just want to set the kind of frequency here. Come on. Oh, that's a tough one. I'll tell you what, when I was growing up, when I was a child, it was Superman, the movie. Superman the movie. Truly a classic and I think underrated today. We'll do that in the next episode. How about that? I love it. I love it. I love that movie, truly part of my childhood. All right, when you were I love the thin man movies now that I'm a little bit older. I don't know if you've seen the thin man movies. Absolute classics. Yes. Rob Roy, I think, is an underrated film in the 90s. It's fantastic movie, rob, right. I'm actually got a pro life message there at the end. Which is I don't think that it was intentional, but it ends up being so. It's a very good film. This is why you're the perfect partner for this. Okay, that's it. We've got our next two episodes already planned. All right, let's begin. Why is bond so iconic? Why has this franchise until it was destroyed this year? Why has it lasted for 60 years? Give us give us your cultural dissection of the James Bond phenomena, not just the books, but especially the movies, Chris. Well, you know, it's an interesting combination of things. I think early on, it was a bit provocative, sexually provocative. Stunningly beautiful women, great action. I mean, James Bond was an action film in an era before this sort of 80s big action films. But also, you had a man who had what we call in Sweden, what the Swedes call Lagos, right? Not too much not too little. You had just the right balance of everything. I'm Swedish now. This is fascinating. I didn't expect to learn Swedish. So what? The balance of ruthless, but also charming. What are we talking here? You've got an exactly, right? I mean, he's got toughness, but he doesn't put his toughness on display. I mean, one of his best traces, I think, his understatement. And also, he's a bit self deprecating. This seems a beautiful example of understatement, right? Or a joke, these guys crash they burn their dying, this guy comes up to James Bond, and he says, what happened? And James Bond turned somebody says, I think they were off to a funeral. I'm sure, and Sean could deliver that. I mean, Sean could really, I watched one of the Timothy Dalton's last night in prep for this show. And Timothy never comfortable in his skin as a bond, he could do the kind of I'm a hot bastard, but he could never deliver the quips like Sean could, or even roger, did he agree? You know what? I think you're absolutely right. I think that Daniel Craig is probably the worst at that. In terms of and here's the thing, because to me, James Bond, what makes James Bond James Bond is the charisma. Yes. You have to have that element. And it's a kind of an aspect to a character that we don't really get in film anymore. Back in the days of Clark Gable Cary Grant, that was, I mean, like I said earlier, the thin man movies. The actor who plays the thin man. William Powell, he wasn't particularly handsome man, but he was so unbelievably charismatic that you couldn't take your eyes off him. I think women fell in love with him. Men wanted to be him. And that's what Bond was. I'm going to jump in here because I think this is one of the best scenes of any of the Bond movies. The fight with red in the train car from Russia with love. One of the best villains, don't you think? And who played the villain there? It was Robert Shaw. Oh my gosh, what an underrated actor lost in far too early a poet. The Quinn from jaws. For me, I'll just jump in straight here. James Bond best movie is from Russia with love. I would say because it's classic, it's not overly gadget heavy. The favorite, because there's a difference..
"rob roy" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Every Thursday on the free bob and Shirley app. I am not a bathrobe guy, my father was. Tony Soprano was, but I've never been a bathrobe guy. But my wife is keeping the master bedroom we live in, which connects to the master bathroom that we share. She's keeping it real cool these days. Real cool. And it is winter. And I'll get, you know, and we start early. I'll get in there and take a shower and I get out. And I'm just cold. I'm wet, and I'm cold, and I got a shave, and all this and that. And I just said to myself, man, you need to get a bath rope. And so I went on. I went online, and there was a sale, $10 off at L.L.Bean. And I'm looking at my confirmation. Oh, this is perfect music. A little Dave Brubeck, man. And listen, my robe. Red and black buffalo plaid. I'm so shocked. I'm so shocked. Because I fully expect it, your first bathroom, when you decided to become a bathrobe man. And there's a very specific man that is a bathrobe man. Not every minute it is. Like, I'm married to a man who is not a bathrobe, man. But my ex was a bathrobe man. So, I mean, you're just kind of that guy or you're not. I fully expect it, your first bathrobe, to be a vintage smoking jacket that Mary found for you on eBay. I knew you were getting out of a movie. I knew you were going to say that. From a distance, it kind of does look like that. I mean, it's the buffalo, it's the L.L.Bean buffalo plaid thing. It is what is what it is. And I don't know. I don't think it comes flannel. It's flannel. Yeah, it's flannel. And I don't think I'm gonna use it once spring rolls around. I probably won't be using it all. But like I say, the misses really likes it a bit on the cool side. And it's on its way. And I can't wait. You know, I wish that I wish my mom was your mom because you know what she gave us for Christmas this year? Yeah. What? She gave us a free standing towel heater. So you put it in your bathroom and you plug it in and you drape your towels over it. And then when you get out of the shower, you have a nice warm toast warm. Do you use it? Do you use it? Yeah, I mean, kind of like your bathrobe, you know, where I live. We only get a couple of weeks of what we call tau warming weather. It's nice to have it as a little treat. It's cold. Yeah. So I'm trying to figure out if I'll be wearing that around the house too. You know, once in a while, somebody will come knocking, I'm in like sweats and boxer shorts, half the day, it seems like now, somebody comes to the door, I could grab it, right? Just put that right on. So you got your confirmation. It hasn't come yet. Yeah. So you don't yet know how good you look in it. No. But I can picture it. It's the right. It's not really called buffalo plaid. It's called the rob Roy tartan. Of course it has a fancy name. You might find yourself kind of like Tony Soprano in an untied bathrobe in just your underpants, shucking me out with your bed head to get the paper. I don't think so. No. I was always surprised that Tony Soprano would walk down with his boxer shorts and the wife beater T-shirt and the bathroom wide open to get the New Jersey ledger, the newspaper for a couple of reasons. First of all, he just looks so disheveled. And you know, he's a guy, you know, like a percent himself in a certain way. But the other thing is, if somebody wanted to knock him off, that's about the perfect time. Well, and there were a couple of times where I remember one episode where he comes down in his boxers and bathrobe to get the paper and he glances up and there's a car parked and he turns around and begins booking it back to the house. Right, right. Yeah, exactly. Because you're right, what a perfect opportunity for a hit. Yeah. He's not caring. He's not carrying a gun. We're dark people. 'cause here we are. We're talking about a nice bathrobe from L.L.Bean and now we're getting to the assassinated. Tony's going down to get the paper and he's not coming in heavy. We're terrible. Well, keep us all posted, bob. Yeah. So are you, I just want to make sure because I'm going to add this to the book of bob. Are you, is this in effect? Your public announcement that you're becoming a bathrobe guy. Jeez, when you put it that way, I don't know. You know, if I got a black ascot, I could see doing the happy hour. In a very different way. I agree a 100%. Oh, please make it so. I am. That would be funny. I mean, bathroom. Guy. 22nd. Oh, look at that. Look at the symmetry. Stop it. Two, two, two, two, two. Bathrobe guy. I'm gonna put an asterisk because you'd like to have an ass guy. We'll be right back to the Playboy penthouse momentarily. Kids 5 and sherry. Hey, thank you so much for listening to the bob and cherry podcast and the bob and sherry podcast. We would love if you would subscribe, rate and review and share it with a friend on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, wherever you go, and thank you again for listening. Hey, it's rich eisen. And my first guest of season three of just getting started. Happens to be the new host of this podcast, my better half, Susie Schuster. You've got one of the most unique stories of how you got started, so why don't you come across the hall, take the chair and oh boy, wait a minute, I think I locked the door. It's not a metaphor for anything. How's the lighting in here? I mean, I'm vain. You know? So I thought for the first season, try to bring you people. I thought were diverse and different and maybe interesting and that's why I started off with Jeffrey Ross, the comedian. And then, you know, we've got a bunch of other asks out making Paul Rudd do it, starring Paul, do you know that you're doing it? And I want this to be inspirational. Life is really hard right now. And sometimes you just need a little bit of help. Someone to reach out their hand and pull you along or to push you from behind and say you can do this. 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"rob roy" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"Votes for get rid of abortion no matter how unprecedented our procedures. No matter what right. that's just five votes. Four stop abortion. We don't care about the details. Whatever whatever the hell they may be. I don't want even our listeners to to be sort of distracted by the legal ease their let me parse in plain english. What's happened the majority. I mean the howler. Monkey neal gorsuch. Whoever wrote this says in what i read to you. Hey without the crazy bounty hunter stuff. That's in texas eight. This would be a slam. Dunk case for an injunction. It's super clear on the law right. He says that. At the beginning the applicants now before us have raised serious questions regarding the constitutionality of texas law issue but it also presents the complex and novel antecedent procedural questions. I e the civil bounty hunter stuff. So that's why we're not sure we have standing. Let me make this crystal clear as i possibly. Can you do not take a slam. Dunk case for an injunction even crazier stuff right and then somehow make it less likely. That should be enjoyed right. Xactly dish should just be this underlying laws blatantly unconstitutional by the way the implementing mechanism is also of merit itself and is almost certainly ex post facto. Put up in in that and so yeah we would enjoy this. We join this if the state were enforcing it we it gets double secret. Extra enjoined right now. That's what any normal sensible court with an idol with i hasten to predict how antonin scalia would have voted in this case. I kinda think we would have a chance of picking off. Scalia right like it is with with leading this part of it right. Rob roy part. Yeah right until they actually vote to overturn roe. Because that's all we're talking right procedural bs before. They actually decide to do what they wanna do. But but i. so yes. But i wanna tell you when i started the show. What you're wrapping up as procedural. Ps what. i would call the rule of law that if the sorry. When i say don't know what they are using procedural language gets to do this kind of what i mean by that and what i mean is look as bad for example as dc. Heller is at least that required antonin scalia to put pen to paper to put fingers to keyboard and commemorate for all time for history for legal scholars to the arguments to analyze right. What his argument is and by doing that. That opened the way for kobe. Versus hawkin the fourth circuit case. They said look. We're just parsing your words man and you said no obviously the the the the second amendment doesn't protect weapons right right you set that so we took that as this is there will be language. And i'm gonna tell you in the next segment right. The case that will be decided in april or may of twenty twenty two that that will overturn roe v wade but there will be language in that opinion that will help us understand the arguments we need to make before this and other courts. Yeah this does not give us that. It just says and by the way florida has already announced. Hey we're gonna pass that texas statute thing core have you. Don't think every pro you know every state in which republicans control the state legislature and. The governorship is not rushing out to do the same thing. Then you don't know pro-life activists. Maybe this a good time to kind of migrate over to what i expected the supreme court to expected the supreme court even this supreme court to enjoin the texas statute. And then they. They've already taken up case we've talked about it and we talked about this in episodes four twenty seven and four ninety two. It's a case called dobbs versus jackson women's health center. It has to do with an alabama law that bars abortion after sixteen weeks. And by the way that alabama law is stayed right exact same it's the fifth circuit came all the way up to the supreme court and the supreme court like. Yeah obviously you can't ban abortion at sixteen weeks Six down right just didn't pick the magic number up. The alabama law is stayed. Could not possibly go into effect because it blatantly contradicts plant while they made the mistake of. Not saying this'll be enforced via mind. Ray or something confusing if they said. I guess. it's fine now. Abortion is banned at sixteen weeks and by the way like. We're going to release packs of chimpanzee. Young's yeah yeah exac- yep diet means it's fine in october two thousand eight. The residents of the valley view apartment complex in redmond washington held a halloween party. Dozens of people in costume mingled drank and danced but before the night was over one of them was murdered. The police had a suspect. His story kept changing but his dna was at the crime scene when he finally came in for questioning. The detectives felt like they were a breath away from a confession. But it didn't happen and so. The police focused their attention on another man. A man with criminal record whose dna was also found at the crime scene and he just so happened to be the only black man at the party. Suspect is a new true crime miniseries about cutting edge forensic science and mislaid justice about race and policing and ultimately the kinds of weighty decisions that cops and prosecutors make everyday decisions that once made change lives forever and are almost impossible to reverse and i gotta say i love podcast that will further drive home the fact that maybe the criminal justice system is imperfect maybe a lot of it is based on you know happening to only be the the one black man at a party at a place. I love that about suspect. And if you are a true crime and if you're a fan of criminal justice reform you should check out the suspect. Podcast from wondering no spoilers on the show you'll have to listen for yourself and.
"rob roy" Discussed on Stansberry Investor Hour
"I don't have to generate offense china. I'm not beating anyone to do that. But if you choose to do that you're not an idiot. You're not a traitor. You know as long as you don't invest in companies that are obviously illegal to invest in american. Because they're related to china's military. You can pick up a lot of alpha because literally it's probably the easiest place in the world right now to allocate to do sector out saddam. Well sounds like a knowledge of history is really super important to you. I think he gives you perspective. Yes it gives you perspective because it makes you realise did nothing is nailed. Rob roy i. I'm satisfied. I think we should try to continue to ruffle. Some feathers like is is there is there another. Is there another situation in the world right now. Another country where you know most people look at it and say you know every time someone mentions france to me. I think oh man that he had no way socialist france. Are you kidding me. I don't wanna own french stock ever. Okay well let's let's do france dead. So i'm gonna make a case for france okay. Do and I mean it's not like something that would necessarily carry my carpet but let's extend this exercise. I so you're challenging me to sell to your audience. Frechette goods are yes allergy excelled. Let's do. Here's what i would say you're gonna say first of all the market. The market doesn't moves because of what the reality is. The market moves when the reality changes so in other words like france as socialist country and we can actually create an index we can create an index. You and i left right wing. Economy have done this by francis certainly on the left like you know you put a bunch of variables determined example. How flexible is your labor force. You fire people without worrying about you. Fire someone because you know they saw. Yes america yes so let's put it on the right wing of the economic thing in france. You can't really older making these. And that's ultimately the he point here. The market is priced for where you are on the slot right index. If you're on the right you you should Require higher multiple. If you're on the left. Your valuations should be in that. But that's a reality. That's the coincident indicator what matters to the market is whether you're moving on this on this up a measure of how free or capitalist your and i would say is this. France is moving towards the right very very gingerly. It's three steps forward. Two point seventy five steps back. You know there's a lot of hesitancy but let's let's be very clear here. Thousand seventeen france socialist..
"rob roy" Discussed on The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
"And these are thousands of people that we rely on the embassies embassies around the world the message is going forward. The be loyal they were not told about the evacuation. They went up put on those choppers with our american-staffed and forced many of them to find their own way through the taliban checkpoints from they get turned away the airport. Some even that turned away. Once they were inside. Rob roy andrea mitchell. She continued to speak up. Play the rest of it happens. Welcome back america. Hugh hewitt on thursday morning. The new york post landing page headline right now. A death metal concert with one exit. And it's on fire a or on. What kabul airport is like. Now i wanna go back to the tape of the state department pressure yesterday with andrea mitchell. Second volley at secretary of state blinken cut number four. So what is the message to people working for the. Us government veterans groups are angry about the iv's and then there were all the of afghan women who have told their daughters and been raised under this promise of a future which the taliban are already according to vasser. Revere today is our are denying. There are horrifying examples from provinces and from inside kabul a people being targeted door to door people in safe houses being sought out. And all this promise of you will be safe. The taliban spokesman said stay in your home. It's because we told all of our people how to treat women how to respect women. They also say you can go to school. You can work as long as you comply with. Sharia law which under their interpretation is the most extreme example of islamic code is seen anywhere in the world. Matt lee another state department spokesperson. A p reporter. I believe asked this secretary blinken cut number seven since this whole thing began..
"rob roy" Discussed on The Masked Man Show
"The being a champion because when you're the champion utah. Get on your bikes. I'm so going into this march. Despite being the champion as the underdog. And i've made a career of people taken lightly or undressed. Underdog even on the champion. I've spent the last four weeks. China truth people wrong and going into summer slumped model as the smaller competitor and relying on different techniques. You know being a quicker or you can offend pending combinations. So for me. It's like thank book and the role walking some assignments the role women's championship and after working. And one i think it would. I think it would truth. People wrong. Absolutely terrific people. Wrong absolutely so listen. Good luck saturday. My before i get you out of this is something i've always wanted to ask you for me for a long time. I'm need yeah seriously. I never got the opportunity. But we're gonna do right here. We my shows who is on your mount rushmore. Four four of scottish people. All the time scott's scotsmen scotswomen or not rushmore. I need. I need it. I need that you in mcgregor. Come now you're go ahead as one year. There's my wife's losing her mind cheated. Mcgregor james mcevoy watch my god man taryn kara carrying karen. Gallon you you know. An nebula got alex say and all force one. I'm very mad if you don't say this person. Go ahead though this. This is your world. I'm just looking at genetic untile so okay okay. So we got. We got your. I can't dispute before. That's your sean connery. There's also show got right national treasure. Rob roy andy money. All saudi on day. Love you on the. They apparently not okay. can i. oh take out. Drew into an andy drew understand. I'll talk to julia over there. I'll talk to julie baggage cars. Saudi whatever draft. Yeah i'm going to try. And so we got takeout. Someone for sean connery is your joe. List i'm not trying to lead the witness lesson as long as james mcavoy didn't make an egg on now. We're good you know. And you started off nebula from guardians of the galaxy. Gillian jay's mcevoy you mcgregor any murray and the data we nevada. We would really appreciate your thank you so much. Thank you so much. Thank you so much. I'm muddier do drop my dear. How are you doing something about vegas in your time here. How excited all you just. Just tell me thoughts and vases amazing. So i've only visited biggest once before and it was the finale. The only time being here and it was only like half of them evening to explore. And i like when i go here. I go motel room on the door. Through back. And i'm twenty storm arrived late shoes. Usually you gonna just sitting back like lobster. Head i'm in caesar's palace famous So as soon as i had no intention of going eight last night. There's something about this place. I go to the airport and i was like waiting bag signs everywhere and i was like. I'm going to this summer slam. You got you got your home. Even more read has been going on. Because i don't think she she treats you the nicest and you're hanging in because you're you're a trooper your true friend. She has a magic alexa bliss. There's there's witchcraft wizardry. There's all all kinds of things going on with alexa bliss. So how do you think she'll fair tomorrow night. I wish she'd lesson l. o. But more so. I'm i've been trying to tell her about a. I've been trying to warrant our event. Everytime i show the video lake. It's like like she sees a reflection and like when you when a budgie sees a mirror and it's like I'm so beautiful that keeps happening. And i'm like you're not watching this video. One day to watch the tape. Okay so feel like she's going to get the dub you could be honest. That is the mac mania. Pollock as you gotta tell me your thoughts issue when she here. She didn't go post later genuinely. I do not want to deal with fully. She doesn't win so we're not even going to universities. I'm not. I'm not prepared to handle that become monotonous so i'm gonna put it in the universe. She's going to be the winner and everything's going to be so good. Let let me let me talk about you though for a minute though in your professional career and how great you are in your transition and and your movement and your time and the effort and the work you put in to get to this moment though like wh what do people not know about you when it comes in his craft professional. What do you want people to know. I want people know that. I'm a super hard worker lake. I'm a massive gifco l. Fun but i like to stick it really cd's when it's appropriate to Like i've been an business for twelve years. And i and i feel like of i've tried a little bit of all of it you know. I've traveled like pretty much over the roads and And i just want people know that like every time i'm out there are genuine pit my heart and soul and say every moment and i hope that they can see that and i hope that they love it. Incredible so before. I'll get you out of your hard hitting question. May give me your favorite british. Tv show of all time. The young for that was quick. You already know. I doubt it'd be like deliberation. Have you ever seen have you ever seen. Have you ever seen like staff. let's flats before. Have you ever seen that show before. It's called staff. Let's flats ever see that show. I'm sure if he's watch their show for me. Am have you like you like now. I love that kind of stuff using toasted london. Yes like what's the guy's name stevens australia repurchase reversion my mind loves loves like he has them on in the car and he likes to fall asleep. Listen to him in a podcast. And all i don't want to do and i can't sleep this not soothing. What's wrong we salute. Credible that you so much taking the time my dear. Listen i are you. Are you getting in baltimore. You're gonna are you gonna what you gonna stay outside ringing. We go crazy. I mean f- lillies gonna be getting involved. 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"rob roy" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"How could they burn down the camp otherwise no but it wasn't budgets all right but but those are the types of things that made rob very great at this game was that he would recognize what was important to each person and then he would go along with that or he would he would help support whatever it was that they were desirous of as part of their game in order to formulate a relationship with them which then allowed him to collect information is shared with him and firewood and they felt like there was a true connection. He had a connection with them even though he was just doing it. Because it was all game related right now. Speaking of rob as we've been doing the sixth rule is where we get to a key part of the answer regarding what happened to him because it warns against being too much of a threat and rob was the biggest threat. They're display despite jenas claims that she wanted to bring madness the toughest competition to the end. She acknowledged the reunion that it was just game talk and she knew rob would kick her but so she had to get rid of him. The problem is that. I don't know what he could have done differently. I didn't know when. I wrote my original article in two thousand three. I don't know eighteen years. Later as i'm podcasting about it rob controlled so much of this game. And that's how he made it to well almost the end. Yeah if he hadn't done all those things he probably wouldn't have gotten that far. He purposely brought along the people who are the least threatening to him. But it just didn't work out. Yeah the only thing he could have done differently was when that final tribal council. That's it that's really truly it. And i do want to talk about that thing that jenna said that you just referenced and i don't know if i can talk about it now wait i'll probably make you wait if you think i'm gonna make you wait then. I'll probably make wait okay. I don't know what it was that you were gonna talk about. I did just mention that. Rob roy along the smallest threats in general butch in matthew and jenna certainly fit the bill for this. This is something you got into earlier. Back in the first rule. 'cause rob at the time he felt heidi was a much bigger threat in anything physical endurance because she was a better athlete and also in something if they had a fallen comrades challenge well she had been with bush gave christie longer as opposed to general only being at jabourou with him and map as he said to me..
"rob roy" Discussed on The Psychology Podcast with Scott Barry Kaufman
"Fm to get started today so okay. Let's talk about the com- humanity Facet because i think it's so relevant to All the divisions. We're seeing right now and all the this sort of the tribalism how do you. How do you It like if there are certain people that are really thinking of really tribal mindset in the extent to which even anyone resembles someone in the out group. They immediately have this rule at our action. Like i hate that person. Can they weren. Principles of self paced specially the common humanity facet to maybe connect more with others. Yeah i think there's so much work to be done with this scott Totally so comedy man a very tricky one is a tricky one to teach people Because the sometimes it happens. So it's on the bigger pitchers really pointing to the big inter connection like the big. You know like we're all interview. Rob roy the inert it kind of buddhist self realization. That's where it points. Ultimately the people can't understand it at that level sean mushrooms or something so in normal the normal waking state What happens sometimes common humanity is. He will start almost misinterpreted that belittles own suffering. When i say things like you aren't alone other the people feel this way. Sometimes it's really important to counter the isolation but sometimes people feel that kind of belittle sir suffering and again because it's hard the mind is so comparative and it's probably we're just wired that way we're always trying to compare to compare to others. They suffer more immediately suffer less than me. His news special above average. Who's not is very hard to come to this place where each each individual is unique and precious. And yet we're all part of this larger hole so honoring the whole somehow devalue the individual and it is kinda again a systems way of thinking. That's this challenging for people so when i teach often just talk about trying to help people feel less alone because isolation actually is looking like. That's probably.
"rob roy" Discussed on The Kevin Sheehan Show
"You know and i i think it was They didn't they didn't like how be lloyd Kinda you know made it obvious to quarterback made a bad throw a set of him trying to run the route out like he's looking at the ball like who you throw it to. You know our he was stopped on his route. It was just one of those situations. They didn't understand him. I should they be law. wasn't heller routinely in a playmaker. We use them and we didn't use him correctly. We were trying to get random. Live to be an egg sector often in. That wasn't even going. You know we. We went from chuck knows to with quirky. Like we're trying to do. Don't know what we try to do. But yeah i i. I mean that that year was one of the more frustrating years. Because i just remember thinking after two thousand five for someone like me who had lived through the gibbs era of winning super bowls and being a contender every year. It was the second year we had won a playoff game and it was like. Wow here we go jo's about to really get it going again and two thousand six was a disaster and i i agree with you too. I think joe for whatever reason. I think he lost confidence. Offensively that the you know the years that he had been out of football the eleven twelve years. He had been out of football that it had passed him by a little bit and yet in two thousand five you were back to the way that he was playing and it was a tough physical brand of football in you know. It wasn't the way you were running in denver but you were still incredibly effective And you know we had tough hard nosed guys. And i think he lost confidence. Which is why you brought al saunders in and it was a big mistake. That was definitely a mistake. That was a move that we did it. We should to make you know. We didn't make that move which totally changes the office In changed a lot of roles within often. So i think when when we're al came in He came in like this offense like we got this this outstanding. We're gonna shift and we're going to do this. Guy's like man we like we buying up and get down hill. Like we're we're smashed mile you know in by the time you shift from the right side line to the left sideline to come back motion. They run a sweep shit. I couldn't even breathe. You know one of those ones though situations that that was. That wasn't the move at that time. Paolo how many pages was the playbook remember. There was this rumor that it was. I forget how many p- it was a huge labor hurry. It wasn't shoes playboy in. It was like all shifts and this guy goes into here and this guy come in motion and then we run the play back to the other side like it was so it was just one of those situations that you didn't buy into a you know. Unfortunately i got hurt in again. Ladele had an outstanding year With it you know it. Ladele have outstanding in six with it and then we lost the deal you know he goes to the same Rock was in a situation that unfortunately they brother. Tj decade so rock night man. They doing over me. You know in one of those that bones to the team. That did everything any and everything that he can possibly do and researcher for opportunity. And then you go out. And you pay tj duck-ish who gave us nothing you know It was one of those chains. The change the culture in the locker room for the role reasons. I think we lost We lost leviathan. That as well so it was so much going on within the locker room within the feed because guys were just like just jelly you go from that oath forest season to say we were on the cuss weekend out You go back to that. Green bay game. Oh four that we had the game when the us now they call james. I mean james dress arash rawson. Yes so you go back to that changes in the every game after. That was kinda less position game. Although i record didn't show we fault you know. And then that that oath five seasons where everyone counted us out in all saying we go on the run and we did. We went on the run as a team and we begin the enjoy each other as a team and then we had that much change in our locker room to keep people. You know Losing again ryan clark. Losing in tonio fears. Those guys went on to become kathy's of championship thing. You know we had that you know locker room you lose or bars you lose You lose Rob roy would you lose dockery. They bro jew come in the locker room like who. Is this dude lake. Who was he when you're used to seeing a guy that you know you could count on depend on in. That was going to go out leaving on the field. You know by the way just The end of that two thousand four season. Gibbs's i back you know the year that started with your touchdown run against tampa on the first play from scrimmage You're right that team. And i remember thinking at the end of the year. This is typical of gibbs's teams. They've got you know they. They're playing their best football at the end of the year. They're still fighting for a playoff berth. Even though you guys were eliminated but it was a good carryover. The game that year was the final game. When minnesota came to fedex had to win to make the playoffs and you guys beat him and randy. Moss walked off the field before the end of the game. You remember that. Yeah i do you know in that game Coming to the stadium. I remember Close gears now. You're not playing.
"rob roy" Discussed on Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter
"It's tricky it's tricky. We together together twenty five years but we were not allowed to get married until gay marriage was legal. So it's art. It's honestly something you should think about gay couples that have been together a long time. Don't ask them how long have been married because he's a little bit of a sore point. So how long have you been together marriage for about ten years because gay marriages only being allowed for ten years but we have to all intents tension purposes be married for twenty seven years. Wow that's how i would say twenty seven at the end of the day unisom with with the legal. I'm going on a just past so going onto ninety six next year all right so. Let's talk about emily. Emily john kuczynski. They've been married eleven years so kind of on the same wedding wavelength so so since china not. They had two daughters hazel and violent. And emily said she told the that the the secret to a long lasting marriage ready. Get some pen and paper regarded. Just love simple. Alright she goes you just got to keep loving and loving and then most importantly just listening advice. Good advice and i notice today and lane welte roth who is on the talk is speaking about the leaked audio and there was a tape leaked of her talking to sharon in her dressing room. She said that she thought this painful chapter was closed but clearly it wasn't and she learned about her private comments that came from a place of compassion amber leaked without her consent and recorded without heck consent. When they were shared to the media. She said to set the record straight. It was not a hot mic. I quote unlawfully recorded without my consent. I never filed a complaint to. Hey char against sharon or anybody else and she said she was disheartened to see that kind kindness. She was being kind to sharon. Backstage was taking out of context and weaponized. And now it's a moment of rob roy i stand up against the relentless bullies inside my own head. We all talk about standing up against bullies. But maybe you are a bully to yourself because for the first time in my life i have accepted myself. I know who. I am. More importantly i know who i am. Not an. i had made peace with both. Let's stop bullying ourselves. You should put that in. The book is in the book. It's but you can pre-order amazon dot com. That's it for today. Thank you so much for listening to the not bit nicer. Rob and carrot show production of iheart radio. Don't forget to subscribe on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Wherever you listen leave us a review if you can. We love. Love your reviews. I remember altogether niwa. If you're.
"rob roy" Discussed on Bald Move TV
"Person. black. Boy so i kinda think she falls under the liam niessen category of a hulking presence but not ripped nor shredded. Six three as a woman. Damn tall gina. Khurana you've took her muscles and put this on this frame and you're going to threaten to get like a one but i think she's a point five she's in the she's comfortably in that Rob roy liam niessen just like a hulking presence but not particularly jacked point five on champion not particularly care. Dick as portraying on asthma is not charismatic cat. All green copy cares guy. Brandon dot charismatic So but not of. Someone's a pushover. She plays lucifer insane. Man i don't give her like she's at least scott pilgrim but that seems damning. Yeah i'd say point. Five point five average bat. Ask her asthma and she does. She does come into her own toward the end of that show. You know they start her office as we. She has a very scott. Pilgrim were only rating the bodies on a bad ass scale. This is not sexualize it all. Yeah there's we're not saying oh they're attract clinically go over arnold schwarzenegger's body and talk about his thickness and meat beef talent If you wanna talk about their breasts is not gonna talk about their child bearing hips. I'm gonna talk about just how much they look like. They could fuck a person with a sword or a chainsaw or shotgun. Hunger games is she. Is she any kind of bad ass. Hunger deals where the fuck is she. I didn't see part mocking. Like i got bored. Line does i may probably i'll give her that. Did anybody see this. So she's got she's got fazio. She's got the brand of tar and she's got commander lime. Yeah the statistics tick regiment. Yeah and lucifer in the tv series. Which i don't think we count on the well. We.
"rob roy" Discussed on The Steve Warne Project - Sports
"Canada wins the wednesday olympic goal. They think Because pat quinn was on that team. I think his daughter was part of the team. And then they all now stevie. And i believe it was the start of it the all congregate at seven central are center ice with this sort. Everyone flopping around and doing this. You know this more natural photograph than than standing in rose. And they're you know they've become big moments right. Here's the center. I want to see the center. Ice thing you know. And and there's a fan who photo bombed it and they could. They couldn't take it out of the picture. Fan got into that the salt lake city photo. Yeah i didn't know that. I i knew i know there was some people kind of going. Wise pat quinn's daughter in there. But i didn't i didn't realize it was actually a fan in there. Yeah i got a couple Let's hear certainly on the hockey front. There had been some beauties. I think about. Rob roy of the buffalo sabres when fan wandered onto the ice and went over the sabre bench. Robbery wasn't taking any chances. He got that guy in a headlock and hit that guy in the head. More times than i've ever seen anybody be hit in the head. Just right railing him. Headlock and pounded. It must have been about fifteen shots to the head was also another one. Where a fan got on the ice. Where a linesman man might have been scapin l. I'm not sure but he took like at him of a half the length of the ice and just smoked him down near the goal line. That was one of the hardest hits. I've ever seen and i also think about one other hockey won the calgary flames fan. Who was a streaker jumped on the ice. And unfortunately he climbed over the glass and hit the ice. He slipped and hit. His head knocked himself unconscious so he's sitting there in front of what eighteen thousand fans totally naked on the ice surface. Probably welding himself to the ice surface and then he ended up being okay but imagine that. How embarrassing that would give that guy. A lot of credit. Because if you're going to streak no problem. I love it. Let's do it right. I'm marie i'm right there cheering for you. Okay take drop trout gear off. I wanna see you run across the is you know you might think steve. When you're doing that that you would go down to the area. You know where where it's just all you gotta do is hop over the rink boards..
"rob roy" Discussed on KZSC 88.1 FM Santa Cruz
"Vladimir Putin a killer. No, the president gave a direct answer to a direct question. How is that how you don't ask my attentions? How is that constructive to the relationship? When you talk about diplomacy being primary between the US and Russia? How is calling Vladimir Putin a killer constructed to that relationship? President Biden is known President Putin for a long time. They've both been on the global stage for a long time. Worked through many generations of a relationship between the United States and Russia on but he believes we can continue to do that. Sake said by will continue to look to work with Putin on areas of mutual concern, such as efforts to stem Iran's nuclear program and more broadly nuclear nonproliferation. But she said that Biden is not going to hold back when he has concerns about Putin's actions. President Biden and President Putin certainly have different perspectives on their respective countries and how to approach engagement in the world. But where they agree is that we should continue to work for wait. Look for ways to work together, as was noted, and part of President Putin's comments and There are areas of mutual interest. New Start, which we just extended for five years is an example of that. Basically, Russia is also a member of the P five plus one as we look ahead to what's possible there as it relates to You know, preventing around from acquiring a nuclear weapon, So we're confident that we can continue to look for ways where there's a mutual interest mutual national interest, But The president is not going to hold back clearly when he has concerns when he has, whether that it is with words or actions. But Saki noted that the U. S ambassador to Russia remains in Moscow, while must go has recalled its ambassador to the United States back to Moscow itself. Russia's relations with the United States and the European Union already have plunged to post Cold War lows after Moscow's annexation of Ukraine's Crimean Peninsula. Election meddling hacking attacks and most recently the jailing of Russia's opposition leader Alexei Navalny that followed his poisoning that was blamed on the Kremlin. Meanwhile, the United States and China will face the new test and they're increasingly troubled relations on top officials from both countries Meet in Alaska Secretary of State Anthony Blinken arrived today in Anchorage for two days of talks after a trip to Japan and South Korea. Or discussions about the world's two largest economies were a major topic. Blinken and Jake Sullivan, president Biden's national security advisor, planned to meet with China's top two diplomats. Difficult. Discussions are anticipated over trade, human rights and to bed Hong Kong and China's western Jingjiang region, as well as Taiwan. China's assertiveness in the South China Sea. And the Corona virus pandemic. No agreements are expected, and the White House framed it as then initial chance to address intense disagreements. More from reporter Nick Harper in Anchorage. First meeting under the Biden administration comes with a problem over priorities. The U. S. Wants to raise concern about human rights in Xin Jiang on democracy erosion in Hong Kong. China would rather speak about removing punitive trump era sanctions against Chinese officials. Both sides of hardened their positions going into the talks, and as such, the White House says no agreements or concrete and constructive steps are expected to come out of the discussions. I'm Nick Harper in Washington. And you are listening to the evening news on Kpfk, Berkeley, Kpfk, Los Angeles KFC at Fresno Online KPFK Donald, This is an hour long newscast. There's each night at six with a half hour edition on the weekends, and it is archived online kpfk that orc I mark Miracle. The 21 year old white man charged with murder and attacks on three Atlanta area massage parlors, faces arraignment in court. Tomorrow. Robert Long reportedly has admitted fatally shooting six Asian women, a white woman and a man. Cherokee County Sheriff's Department spokesman Captain J. Baker is drawing harsh condemnation for This statement following long's reported confession to police. He understood the gravity of it and he was pretty much fed up. But it didn't have the end of his rope and I mean, if there was a really bad day for him, and this is what he did. Baker also said that long reported a sex edition just addiction and said he attacked the parlors to get at the root of his temptation. Asian American civil rights groups. The questioning why long Is not yet facing hate crime charges after he admitted killing eight people, including six Asian women, pointing to the seemingly sympathetic comments of Captain Baker. Being win is a Georgia state lawmaker. We've seen this type of commentary before the framing of the perpetrator and finding reasons to justify a horrific crime. And the fact There is just trust between communities of color and law enforcement. This is one of the reasons why that distrust exists. Monica Tamar ANF is the president of the Asian Pacific American Alliance. She said in a statement that these murders show how both racism and sexism shaped the specific ways that Asian women experienced violence. Tamar F. Said Asian women are fetishized as sex objects. And perceived as deserving of violence. The House Judiciary Committee today held a hearing on the discrimination and violence that Asian Americans have faith historically, and since the onset of the cove in 19 pandemic, House Judiciary Committee chair Jerry Nadler calls the rise in violence. On American Asian American lawmakers were testifying Kristina Honest, ed reports hate crimes against Asian Americans in the US are on the rise. According to the stop A P I hate crimes index. Nearly 3800 incidents were reported in the last year, and according to the Center for the study of Hate and Extremism, there has been a nearly 150% increase in anti Asian hate crimes over the previous year. Both projects are run by the California state universities. Those hate crimes include racial slurs, murder, elder abuse and violent assaults on Children. Democrat Sheila Jackson Lee of Texas displayed graphic photos of Asian hate crime victims, including one of a man and a boy who are stabbed in the face. Three year old baby cut. Father cut Assailant did this heinous act because he thought Family was Chinese. And infecting people with a Corona virus. He thought the family was Chinese, and they are infecting people with the Corona virus. Take your heads out of the sand. Someone as we look at the outrage. Let me put into the record. The 45th president, always referring to coronavirus that the China virus or kung fu let me call his name President Trump. Recent attacks, including the killing of an 84 year old San Francisco man in February have raised concerns about worsening hostilities towards Asian Americans. The hearing planned in advance comes two days after a young white man gunned down eight people in Georgia. Six of them were Asian women and also comes during a pandemic year in which the former president Donald Trump repeatedly used inflammatory rhetoric about the Corona virus. But Republican Rob Roy of Texas defended free speech at the hearing. Former federal prosecutor used an old statement about lynchings when doing so. There's old sayings in Texas about, you know, find the all the roof in Texas and get Atoll of tree. Uh, you know, we take justice very seriously, and we ought to do that around up the bad guys. That's what we believe. Um, my concern about this hearing. Is that it seems to want to venture into the policing of rhetoric. In a free society. Please speech, and he then went on a tirade against China's Communist Party. Here's an excerpt. I'm not going to be ashamed of saying I pose Chai calms. I oppose Chinese Communist Party and when we say things like that we're talking about that. We shouldn't be worried about having a committee of members of Congress policing our rhetoric. Because some evil doers Go engage in some evil activity, as occurred in Atlanta, Georgia. Because when we start policing free speech, we're doing the very thing that we're condemning when we condemn what the Chinese Communist Party does to their country, making crimes out of thought crimes out of speech. This is one of the ways in which American racism works. Erika Lee, a professor of history and Asian American studies at the University of Minnesota, called Roy's comments irrational since the hearing was about hate crimes against Asian Americans, not China's Communist Party. We warned against the dangers of this false equivalency, which was at the heart of the hearing. Conflicting us with a with a foreign government has been an age old way. Of denigrating us separating us making us other on New York representative Grace Meng also spoke out against Roy's message. We cannot turn a blind eye to people living in fear..
"rob roy" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"rob roy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"He was very, very good at it. That was the obsessive French cop that was going after him. Wouldn't wouldn't cut him any slack matter. I love that name. John Bell, John. I was thinking of changing my name to Mike van might that How does that sound French? You feel like you need a surfboard to drop into the half pipe. If you change your name to Mike than Mike, I'm like my mother. There's another Liam Neeson film that's in the can already. I think it was supposed to be released a year or two ago, and it wasn't because of the virus. It's called hard powder, and he plays a this Is this What isn't a joke? I know I'm I'm infamous for that. He plays a snowplow driver seeking revenge on drug dealers were killed his son know this change that is you make that my they don't believe me. He's not. That's not Great good heart powder, Liam Neeson and see if this is a complete fabrication. I'll bet you a dollar in telling the truth. By the way in nothing frankly and niece in film, Rob Roy. What you call an epic. We're trying very popular anymore. But he did just about every genre and he's great. And all of them. I I'd like to see him do something more challenging as far as his acting is concerned. Maybe King Lear. Do you think, though? That as an actor, there's something appealing at at not having to work very hard at roll. You know, I think maybe you get to a point where, like, I like it kind of mail this one and I don't have to dig deep. This is gonna leave emotional scars with this one, you know, And there is good and there is precedent for this. I think Anthony Hopkins that a couple of movies that were just can't and he's a fabulous activity. Just cashed a paycheck, but not only those kind of movies do one good one. Too bad ones. But the guy that's famous for that is Sir Laurence Olivier, eight. Who was what many say the greatest actor of all time and As he was getting older. He realized his family didn't have a lot of money and accumulated a great fortune. He did a lot of artsy stuff in his career. Shakespeare everything else. You'd make a ton of money and he was getting old and feeble and he had some illnesses and he was getting worried about what will happen. My family. He started a syriza of junkie movies just walk on roles where it's Laurence Olivier was advertised. And made a fortune and died in his family was well taken Care of. Yeah, By the way, I am serious about hard power. I think that, uh And and my my comment to Mandy about take the bet you remember in guys and dolls movie version. Yes, Marlon Brando is right Master center Frank Sinatra's Nathan Detroit. Nathan Detroit is desperate for money, and he's trying to hustle Sky Masters. You can't hustle Sky Masterson. So they're having a snacker or Lucky's Katie's Yes, Frank Sinatra, Nathan Detroit had already found out they sell more. Cheesecake and strudel. His editor, was it the other way around one of the other, he's trying to hustle Sky Masterson it the betting on cheesecake or strudel and Sky Masterson. Marlon Brando says, You know, my father once told me if somebody offers you a bet, like The Jack of Spades is going to jump out of that deck of cards and spit cider in my ear. Do not take that bet, but he's not offering it. Let's he knows he's gonna win and you are correct. Hard powder. Yeah, This drive for revenge ends up creating a turf war between a native American Mafia boss and the Viking, described as a fastidious gangster who wears Tom Ford suit is a vegan drives the Tesla and murders people sounds awesome. But it hasn't been released yet, Right? I don't see it was in the Berlin Film Festival or something. We'll figure that on the break, but I got to find out from Susan Witkin. What is coming up in her news will be back with Mike Rosen and more movie talk after this. What do you have for me, Susan? A couple of things..
"rob roy" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Now, after you enter if you get a phone call from a strange phone number, please pick it up. Because that could be them calling you to tell you that you want Keep listening for money on the hour on K away news radio. What movie or did you and Mike Watch last week, Dave, but We saw honest, we saw honest thief with Liam Neeson, which came out in 2020. Which member of his family gets kidnapped in this one. Nobody really This is an interesting movie, which I like a lot more than I thought it would, because as you have mentioned a lot of his recent movies or not. Challenging acting roles. No, and they brought him. Yeah, he's been exactly the same in all of them. Yeah, just a completely one note performance for like five movies that I like Liam Neeson. Well, Here's a guy that started off doing Schindler's List and Rob Roy some really challenging great movies, and I think he's reached a point where he wants a paycheck, and that's what he's been doing. I'd like to see him do a few more challenging roles because his reputation I think is taking a little bit of a hit. I agree. Do you think it's because when his wife died, remember she died from a tragic skiing accident Actually, was that Natasha Richardson was that his wife believe so? And, um And after that, I think is when it started to turn with his movies like Maybe he was just kind of mailing it in while he was dealing with his grief and his kids and raising them by himself is a single dad. Good point. Susan. What can I forgot His wife was killed or died in an accident. Yeah, well, she she got hurt or something like that. But he had to bring her down. And I just know that he brought her to a hospital in Manhattan. And it's gonna read about that for some reason, And I don't read those kinds of things usually Yeah, I thought that that kind of really struck me He was just so so taken. Yeah. So well, like his movie taken. There you go. It all comes full circle. What's coming up in the new season? Ran is responding to the Biden administration's demands. I've got it for you. Right here. Two o'clock, Kaylie News Radio 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 of him. Free healthcare hundreds to more than $1000 per.