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"robert evans" Discussed on Alchemy This
"Or wherever you get your podcast. I'm robert evans and does it seem like everything's kind of falling apart that's because it is First off climate change is hitting a lot harder than our most optimistic predictions had anticipated. And that's leading to infrastructure falling apart. It's leading to food and everything becoming more expensive. It's just going to cause a lot of continued problems and weird problems like remember when toilet paper wasn't available. That kind of weird gonna keep happening. And we're also gonna continue our lurch into authoritarianism and that can be kinda scary but the good news. Is that when things start to fall apart. We all have an opportunity to replace them with something better to build a new world from the ashes of the on my new show. It could happen here monday. Through friday will chronicle the collapse. Yes but we're also going to talk to visionaries and thinkers who have ideas about what could replace it. Who are going out there in the world right now to try to build something better so listen to it could happen here on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Over for you get your podcasts. Comes from listener john. Let's spelled j. o. n. james if you're okay with that who wrote. Hey kevin by suggestion is someone who is always trying to bring song lyrics and or movie quotes into conversations. Appropriate are not looking forward to seeing. What do you do with that. And just wanted to add. That rule is my favourite brownie. Okay john from near san antonio. Can you pass me the spaghetti. I got i. It's not that often that we all get the be here. Know breaking bread. And i'm just so happy we even if it's just once a year ukraine parmesan if you've got only have their whatever that blog but that's it. I done docking. I'm done talking. I'd let let's go man. Hey we're all look we're all family and we don't get to see each other a lot. This this is nice. This is nice to say all right. I'm digging into getting before you eat another all hungry but we're all family..
"robert evans" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Murder and oregon and happy face comes the new true crime podcast murder in illinois crisis. Recall what happened. Say anything to anybody who's drawn all my and i'm laurin break pacheco join me for murdering illinois who killed the von family. All that you're listening. Follow murder in illinois on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to podcasts. Ferguson missouri activists found her son hanging from a tree and police are ruling in a suicide but the mother believes it was a lynching he was mapped suicidal from double asterisk. Now this and iheart radio comes and unforgettable. New investigative podcast series after the uprising. All episodes are available. Now this today on the iheartradio app apple podcasts. Or wherever you find your podcast. Jesus christ. I'm robert evans host behind the bastards opening this podcast poorly I'm distracted right now because there are two kittens and my house. There's two of them in their kittens and they're playing and I'm also horribly allergic to cats. But i refuse to not have them in my house so this is going to be quite an episode Are eimi being allergic and then being distracted by kittens anyway. When i don't have a house full of kittens this is.
"robert evans" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"I'm Robert Evans. And this is once again behind the bastards. The show where we tell you everything you don't know about the very worst people in all of history. And today we're talking about a man who I truly believe is the worst person of the 21st century. Now by the end of this episode, will either agree with me or you won't but to join me on this journey. This odyssey, This epic quest are two of my very favorite people. Jamie Loftis and Maggie may fish. Jamie. You are? Yeah. You guys should introduce yourself very quiet. That was breath here than I was in 10 days. Yeah, for the Oh, marvelous e had to copy. It s Amar crowds Really gonna appreciate that one can't maintain sexy baby for what appears will The length of this episode. It's okay. You know what else they're gonna appreciate that it was a beautiful that night a Garrido's corn based snack. I better try one myself from our party's size bag. We've got both plays and Nacho cheese. I've never tried Blake. I'm honestly too weak for place and I know it. Here we go. You know, it's been a while since we talked about Garrido's on the show on for No reason that I'm willing to talk about right now. We're back into a baby. So Doritos will be accompanying us through this journey into the heart of Mark Nous love that moisture. Second dust it really it really distracted everyone from my Terrible mark second. Yeah, I did skip right over there and to appreciate it, But that's the beauty of Doritos can only lead to more fly. Unfortunately, really blue one right at the top of Garrido's nature, Sin remover. I could be one over your way. That's your forget me now, Wade. Oh, the world's Forget me now. Ruthie. Your shame with Doritos corn based snacks. Anyway, Let's talk about Mark Zuckerberg, Speaking of marketing, Bad ideas, Okay. Mark Zuckerberg. That was their second. Y'all ready? Yeah, let's get into it. In the year of our Lord 2017. I made three trips into the Iraqi city of Mosul. It was at that point still partly occupied by Isis, who the locals just called dash. I spent many hours huddled in small rooms with groups of Iraqi federal police and special operations, Guys. We were all hunkered down, listening for the telltale home dashes drones, which they used the spotters for their mortar teams. Here's the thing about being in a dangerous place like that. After a few hours of tense anxiety, you start to get bored and the mobile Internet in Mosul was actually pretty good. Surprisingly good better than it is in Los Angeles, sometimes. So periodically when I should have been doing literally anything else, I would whip out my phone and check Facebook. I remember one time in particular that was embedded with a small unit of guys from the Iraqi ninth Federal police Battalion. Things were exploding about a football field away from us, and I was Facebooking. Ah, bomb went off near by and I looked up from my smartphone and realized that everyone in the room Critics fixers my wife slash photographer. The six soldiers we were chilling with all of them were browsing Facebook 100% of the room was on Facebook. I'm telling you this story because I want to start this week's podcast about Mark Zucker Burg by acknowledging his genius. I'm about to spend about four hours tearing him apart is a human being. But in my opinion, he is undeniably a brilliant man. Anyone who build something so universally desired and used has a kind of brilliance. And Facebook is objectively brilliant in the same way that say heroin is brilliant, so That's my little intro. Yeah, I like it. Thank you. Ah, lot of digital ink husband's building Less be years about the sundry negative impacts Facebook has had on our society and world. I want to clear off the bat that well, this will certainly be a part of the podcast attended you. Facebook as a tool and this more or less morally neutral on its own. Our goal here is not to attack the social network is a concept or make you feel bad about using it. I haven't believed my Facebook. It's how I talk to my family. Yeah, that's how I keep an eye on my mom's confusing Internet presence. Yeah, lot of parents sharing a lot of fake news about Scary things. Yeah, my mom likes means. Oh, dear. The name head. You know when we were all just sharing goat see around ourselves, and every thought my parents would wind up in the same bag but with something even grosser My monster doing this thing where she'll change your profile picture to a llama and its summit. Some old person joke that I don't understand. And she can explain it to me this way. Do it on Facebook, and I was like, Why won't the Boomer of Italian, okay? So our goal is not to focus on Facebook, but its founder, Mark Zucker, Burg, who is I stayed at the top I've come to believe is one of the very worst people alive on this planet. I agree. Yeah, he's really depicted is like a robot like that's the way a lot of descriptions of him will take. And I think that's unfair. I think it's unfair. And I think it's calculated. Yeah, and it allows him to get away with shit by being like. No. I'm just awkward and weird. Yeah, I just don't get your human emotions. Yeah, No. No marks, Doctor. No, no, no, no. You get it, huh? So Mark Elliott Zuckerberg was born on May 14th 1984 and White Plains, New York For all your astrology heads out there. I actually numbers. He's a tourist son. Scorpio, Moon Virgo ascending again. Kill him. Well, you know what you will Wow telling Chart, I think and telling and powerfully erotic chart. Now Mark's father, Edward, I's a dentist. His mother, Karen, was a psychiatrist, but gave up her career to manage her husband's business and raised therefore Children, Mark Randy, Donna and Ariel. The business was run out of their house in Dobbs Ferry, New York, Elliot Zuckerberg went by painless doctors. He and his motto was We cater to cowards. Oh, it's a good dentist model, right? Yeah. Good So far. Whatever the hard core for me, I don't know if that would be the dentist. Say, choose remind dentist name is the child Was Dr Magennis. Still that over Jenna's the Dennis Get out today. Jenna's Oh, my God. The genius the devil. Oh, hey, must have never had a choice of what he was gonna do it. Life. Stay tuned next week for the surely exciting episode on Dr the Genius to Dennis don't know anything else about him, but I'm sure there's an hour of content in there. The mark grew up comfortable. Shall we say Edward was a techie guy, and he trained his son and how to use the basic computer language on an Atari in 1996. When Mark was 12, his dad mentioned that he wanted a better way for his receptionist to inform him when a new patient had arrived. Mark used his coding knowledge to build.
‘The Godfather’ Making-of Movie Casts Oscar Isaac as Francis Ford Coppola, Plus Jake Gyllenhaal
"Movie about the making of the Godfather. That's got me pretty good. And finally today and offer they just couldn't refuse. Actor Oscar Isaac is taking on the role of Francis Ford Coppola. Jake Gyllenhaal will play former Paramount studio head Robert Evans in Francis and The Godfather. The movie from director Barry Levinson is about the making of couple is classic. The Godfather. It will show the battles between the two men, including the casting of Marlon Brando, who hadn't had a hit in years.
"robert evans" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"An I Heart Radio podcast preview. Hey, you know the world's kind of in a real scary place right now, with horrible stories we hear about every week. I'm Robert Evans. I'm a journalist and I cover the international fascist movement. In 2019 July of that year, I decided to do something a little bit different instead of covering horror. I wanted to go look for hope than I found it in a place you might find kind of unlikely. Northeastern Syria. The region I visited is known as Raja. And when the Western media covers that they mostly just refer to these people as the Kurds Since 2013 a loose alliance of revolutionaries over there have been fighting to not just drive back Isis to establish something of a unit. Topia and egalitarian, feminist, ico conscious community in a place that previously had known mostly war and terror in the women's ward. I'll take you to this place and I'll introduce you to the revolutionaries fighting to build it brave women who battle for equality with an AK 47 with a spade and with a pen. Follow me as I travel to a land of war and hope. A place trapped on the edge of utopia and oblivion. I'm Robert Evans, Listen to the women's War the I Heart radio app forever. You your podcasts free I heart radio app is number one for music, radio and podcasts, all in one Here are the top Anita Baker songs that you thumbed number three same old love 365 days a year. Because.
"robert evans" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"And as always in the meantime hang out with us at our home on the web. Steffi should know dot com stuff you should know is production of iheartradio's. How stuff works for more podcasts. My radio visit the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you listen to your favorite shows I'm Richard Blaze and I'm a chef restaurants. Who are who is judged or competed on nearly every cooking show. And now I've found a way to judge on a podcast on my new podcast court with Richard Blaze. Amazing guests bring their food arguments to my court and I set them once and for all you think ranch is better than blue cheese. Prove it you hate pineapple on Pizza. Convinced me the first season a food court with Richard blaze is up and you can subscribe on the iheartradio App Apple podcast or wherever you get your podcast. I'm Robert Evans hosted behind the Bastards. And it could happen here and generally a guy who spends a lot of time bummed out about the state of the world so in July of two thousand nineteen. I traveled to northeastern Syria for a bit of a shot in the arm. And I got it when I discovered members of Feminist anti-fascist Revolutionary Project who are working to build a more equitable society. It's a crazy story and you can hear it all on the women's War our first episode drops on March twenty fifth. Listen to the women's war on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts..
"robert evans" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"But stop no shit Well I'm Robert Evans. This is another failed introduction. I don't know I don't know why I keep I keep trying new things. It's a bad idea to try new things. I should just go back to what works but I am permanently trapped in a cycle of New Attempts at a success that.
"robert evans" Discussed on Behind the Bastards
"Seven W. M. C. you in Washington DC or wherever the rotates you on the iheartradio APP. Metastasized tumor. I'm Robert Evans. Host of behind the bastards back on the old introduction Schema Ryan at out. How are we feeling about that? I loved it. Yeah everybody loves a good metastases. Ation Great Word One of my favorites. It's really satisfy. Aren't your Billy Davis depending on? Who's asking the question? Yes yes yes. There are no law men in the room so you are Billy Wayne Davis. How're you doing? Billie and good overall.
"robert evans" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"To overcome this tragedy that happened on August third that's Robert Evans the cielo Vista Walmart manager sitting by the pharmacy with pop music streaming through the speakers he says many of his employees wanted to return clean the store they were pretty excited about coming back into the building and being able to make this part of their their rebuilding as well for many here re opening the store is symbolic as late the point of union between the the two siddhis between no puzzle what is I do not Nando's grew up and what as most weekends she and her family cross the border to shop here their first stop was always the McDonald's inside the Walmart where they meet up with relatives who lived in el Paso for breakfast Hernandez says the story opening is a sign that the gunman couldn't fully disrupt the bi national way of life here but she acknowledges that things have changed her parents have stopped their weekend trips to el Paso worried that Mexicans could again be targeted here whenever they need something from here lady just called me and he can you bring us set up I'll put it here me or my brothers we just buy this stuff and then take them the stuff so so hard not everyone here supports the stories re opening some say the building should have been raised and turned into a public space dedicated to the victims but for Adriana Hernandez the store please a vital role in this community even though she may not shop here again I'm planning to go to the memorial just to pay my respects but to chill Berlin no I'm glad it's so many but a I'm not going but many here say they do plan to return seeing it as a way to take back some control over their lives.
"robert evans" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"Friends I'm Robert Evans and this is once again behind the basket the show we tell you everything you don't know about the very worst people in all of history and today we're talking about a man who I truly believe it is the worst person of the twenty first century now by the end of this episode there grew with me you won't but to join me on this journey Odyssey this epic quest are two of my very favorite people Jamie Loftis and Maggie may fish you are you should introduce yourself very quiet that was Brett here than I was intending really marvelous I have a copy yeah SMR crowds really and I appreciate that one I can maintain sexy baby for what appears will be the length of this episode it's okay you know what else they're gonna appreciate do you Rideau's corn based snack better he's got both plays in natural cheese I've never tried lady I'm honestly too weak for plays and I know I you know it's been awhile since we talked about to read is on the show and for no reason that I'm well talk about right now we're back in the when they during the accompanying us through this journey into the heart of mark next love that moisture second does it really it really distracted everyone from my minimal March second yeah I did right I know the beauty of Doritos we can only lead to more fine fortunately no really fully one right at the time yeah to Rideau's nature sin remover I think I think could be one of your week that's your forget me now the world's forget rufi your shame with your Rideau's corn based snacks anyway.
"robert evans" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Was playing in the I love you now but you know you know that Robert Evans put him in Serpico yeah and then also Evans wanted to hire Sir Laurence Olivier to play the murderous **** doctor in marathon man he flew to London to beg for insurance coverage because a live VA had cancer and he was destitute and he promised Robert Evans he would not die during the filming of marathon and every day the studio hunters are saying Robert Evans get a live VA off the said he's going to die get him out of here before he died because of an actor dies before the pictures done could close the whole thing down and as for his own love story he was just I love her I love her he didn't always treat them well Evans thank you Sir going on with Margot Hemingway in revenge for grandfather Ernest Hemingway who wanted him out of the movie the sun also rises based on the Hemingway novel and anyway he is dynasty star Catherine oxen Berg was an old after nine days and of course Allie McGraw had the big affair without Steve maclean even queen he was working in Paris when he discovered they were having an affair and he said well I left unsaid with cool scan the planet what was I thinking exactly yes he said when you're right sleeves you it's harbor when she leaves you for the most famous man in the world makes feel kinda small hall but he always said she was the love of his life she was the only woman he had a child with all so just used to hang out with Henry Kissinger yeah that's what I said that no lean absolutely his son Josh Evans with Alan make bail for Alan Grier uniform yeah I'm looking at all these beautiful pictures yeah he's just leveling Robert town the screen writer for Chinatown set of Evans were race horse they'd have to call him caution to the winds and Dustin Hoffman plays a parody of Robert Evans in the nineteen ninety seven dark comedy where the dog where he plays the bad yeah yeah yeah that's a purity of robbery so he were it needs a onetime foresees a onetime actor it's a Hollywood foresees a onetime actor became the production head of a major movie studio and not one of his movies while he was the head last month that cocaine in the cotton club I mean he did did they build himself back up but his friends say that he died of a broken heart because paramount kicked him out of the lot in July yeah why don't you just let him have a greater it is water level his he's already still had a he just for like tennis thermos yeah what the heck that he bring his own band back recently.
"robert evans" Discussed on KPCC
"Frame I'm John horn Robert Evans was an actor a producer and a studio chief but more than anything else perhaps he was a show business magician able not only to reinvent himself multiple times but also escape from any personal and professional predicaments Evans died on Saturday at the age of eighty nine his memoir the kid stays in the picture and the audio book which he voiced himself is considered essential for anyone interested in how Hollywood works and thomsonfn and editor at large at indie wire join me to reminisce about the Hollywood legend Robert Evans the man of the period I think is really important to remember it's the sixties he exemplified a kind of free wheeling larger than life handsome debonair producer and then studio executive who not only made movies but lived the life and I I don't know did you ever go to his house John I was not among the many but apparently it was epic you had a chance to tour it I did and first of all I'm I'm a young woman I'm working at the LA weekly or something and I show up and this is in Beverly hills right in the middle of of all those mansions and everything big kidney shaped pool but you go to the back there you go through the house it's very chichi and then you go to this back area and Evans looks me up and down that's what he's like he's from that period I'm a woman he's checking me out and then you go into the screening room and he gives these parties and that's what Jack said sats somewhere you know and then in the back there's a projection booth with one of the last carbon arc projectors in Hollywood any gives me as a souvenir a carbon arc lamps abroad you know they're spent rod and and by the way if you talk to other people have been there he did it to everybody and it worked the town relentlessly for years I'm gonna play a clip from the documentary the kid stays in the picture and we should note that title comes from the casting of Robert Evans as a bull fighter in the sun also rises Ernest Hemingway would have nothing of it but Darryl Zanuck the legendary studio executives said the kid stays in the picture here's a clip from a documentary about Robert Evans.
Robert Evans, ‘Chinatown’ Producer and Paramount Chief, Dies at 89
"One of Hollywood's one time studio chiefs and producer Robert Evans has died at age eighty nine as head of Paramount Pictures starting in nineteen sixty seven Robert Evans over Saul string of acclaimed films Rosemary's baby love story the godfather and Chinatown S. once about making the godfather and then they give you a PTS Miller's spaghetti Evans stepped down from paramount in nineteen seventy four becoming a producer turning out more successful movies marathon man black Sunday pop by and urban call boy in two thousand two Robert Evans autobiography was made into a documentary the kid stays in the picture building you'll ABC
"robert evans" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Robert Evans and this is once again behind the basket the show we tell you everything you don't know about the very worst people in all of history and today we're talking about a man who I truly believe is the worst person of the twenty first century now by the end of this episode you're good with me won't but to join me on this journey Odyssey this epic quests are two of my very favorite people Jamie Loftis and Maggie may fifth. you are. very quietly those breath here than I was intending. really of marvelous I had a copy is. SMR crowds really can appreciate that one I can maintain sexy baby for what appears will be the length of this episode. it's okay you know what else they're gonna appreciate. do you. Rideau's corn based snack. that's why simply save is my top choice hands down simply say protects every door window room with twenty four seven professional monitoring they make it easy there's no contracts no hidden fees no fine print. up front around the clock monitoring is just fifteen dollars a month one thing that truly make simply save stand out is there video verification technology. what other home security systems are triggered lot of the time police is some it's a false alarm because most of the time it is and the call goes to the bottom of the list but not was simply say you know why using their video verification technology they're able to visually confirm that the breaking is happening along police to get to the scene..
How Do Paleoartists Create Dinosaur Drawings?
"Today's episode was brought to you by the new Capital One saver card with which you can earn four percent cashback on dining and entertainment. That means four percent on checking out that new restaurant everyone's talking about and four percent on watching your team win at home. You'll also earn two percent cashback at grocery stores and one percent on all other purchases. Now when you go out you cash in what's in your wallet? Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, brain stuff, Lauren Bogle bomb here. Celebrated paleo artist rate troll told us an Email shared passion for an obscure topic is what binds scientists and artists. They're both curiosity driven. And he would know based in Alaska troll builds on scientific findings to create art that depicts prehistoric life through paleo. Art, fossils are revived a single drawing or sculpture can define how the public will visualize an extinct species. So paleo artists strive to keep their work as accurate as possible. A task that gets harder. When experts disagree. It's a tough job to be sure, but also a dream job for loads of fossil fans and dinosaur enthusiasts. But how do they go about creating it? First off a little history dinosaur renaissance changed the game paleo art didn't always feature. Dinosaurs all pre stork organisms from early palm trees to Willie mammoths make worthy subjects nevertheless, the fascinating reptiles were at the center of. Significant period in the history of this artform called the dinosaur. Renaissance. A prior to the nineteen sixties dinosaurs were largely written off as dimwitted tail dragging hoax. Most paleo art from the early twentieth century reflects that view, but in nineteen sixty nine Yale paleontologist, John Ostrom published a new paper on Dino Nike's, an eleven foot that's three point three meter predator. Akin to the drastic park imagining of lesser raptor, noting its long legs and sickle shaped claws Ostrom claimed. Dana Nike's was an athletic beast who ran down its prey and might have even hunted in packs. A scientist went onto popularise now widely accepted idea, but today's birds are descended from Mesozoic dinosaurs, exciting hypotheses, like these changed the discourse about how dinosaurs looked and behaved in the nineteen seventies. And eighties a growing number of artists responded by illustrating, the creatures and active dynamic poses. What followed was renewed public interest in both the study of dinosaurs into paleo art itself. But there was a problem. Bare bones and skeletons often don't tell you a whole lot about the overlying soft tissue. Hence, some paleo artists have chosen to reconstruct animals reptiles in particular as linky beasts with ultra-low body, fat skinny tails and heads that are largely devoid of cartilage or loose skin. This practice has been called shrink, wrapping. And if you couldn't tell from the moniker. It's been contentious troll broke it down for us quote. I think there are some really valid points to be made about shrink wrapping many paleo artists reluctant to jump into more speculative reconstructions preferring to play it safer. So by keeping their animal's lean and mean paleo artists can highlight known skeletal anatomy without making conjectural guesses about an soft tissues that might not have been preserved back in the dinosaur renaissance shrink wrapping was in fashion. That's no longer the case modern critics point out that living animals tend to look a lot different than you might expect. If you had nothing to go on. But they're naked skeletons troll pointed out that things like trunks ears and blubber. Don't usually. Fossil is. We also spoke by Email with Matt Celeski paleo artists and museum exhibit designer who also offered his thoughts on the issue quote. Today's paleo artists are looking more closely at the extent of soft tissue in living animals. I think this fleshing out of paleo art makes for heightened levels of believability in the reconstructions and greater diversity in the way, artists approach their subjects in other words, chunky limbs and necks and not to mention poofy. Dino feathers have gone mainstream but figuring out what those features might have looked like take some serious research to scientists skeletal drawing is one of the most useful forms of paleo. Art, an animal skeleton is usually depicted in an upright position that is standing or running and juxtaposed against a black silhouette that represents the creature's body profile. Unfortunately in the fossil record complete skeletons tend to be rare when parts are missing or broken. Scientists and artists can only speculate about what those elements looked like slutsky said every skeleton presents unique challenges, but I find the most difficult thing. Is filling in the parts, you don't know extrapolating, the shapes of missing, bones or correcting the shapes of bones that have been damaged or distorted by time. Filling in each missing piece involves a complex mix of research inference and educated guesses, and I always wonder if they're better choices than the ones I end up making. But these efforts aren't new a let me take you back to eighteen fifty three when sculptor Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins was hired to build more than thirty full-sized concrete models of prehistoric animals for Crystal Palace park in London England, the man really did his homework consulting experts scrutinizing fossils and reviewing the scientific literature and short he was a dedicated paleo artist. One of Hawkins, Don molds had a carnivorous gut big enough to hold a table and some chairs so as a publicity stunt for his project Twenty-one guests, including paleontologist, William Buckland and servitude Owen were invited to climb down into the belly of the beast for an eight course, dinner party, the big shindig took place on New Year's Eve eighteen fifty three. Restoration projects have helped these masterworks survived to the present day. The beasts attract thousands of visitors every year, even though they're no longer deemed accurate Hawkins megalosaurus for example, stands menacingly on all fours, but scientists now think the meat eating dinosaur was bipedal nevertheless, the Victorian era giants capture the prevailing wisdom of their time. Giving them a men's cultural value prehistory matters. But so does our history. As absorbed by Mark and Chini and produced by Tyler clang, brain stuff is a production of iheartradio's how stuff works for more on this month of other well preserved topics visit our home planet peste works dot com. And for more podcasts from my heart radio. Visit the iheartradio app apple podcasts or wherever you listen to your favorite shows. Today's episode is brought to you by it could happen here. New podcast is a second American civil war possible. How would it look? And most importantly, could you survive Robert Evans, host of the hit podcast behind the bastards answers. These questions in tremendous terrifying detail in his new podcast it could happen here. Each season. He'll take a premise more commonly seen in science fiction and explain how it might be closer than you think to coming. True. Listen and subscribe at apple podcasts or on the iheartradio app or wherever you listen to podcasts.
"robert evans" Discussed on KTOK
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"robert evans" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Quickly life in a war zone with Helms just life. You get up. There's no sense trying to get back to sleep as you stumble over to the kitchen to grind some coffee. You hear the crack of rifle fire it's distant too far enough away that it sounds almost like firecrackers. But you know, it's not you feel the grinder but on the top and press down. Nothing happens, you realize belatedly, your sleep fogged brain that the power's out again, you wonder which of the dozen different rebel and insurgent groups in your. State might be responsible. You don't even bother to get your phone and check the news. It doesn't really matter. And you've got to do it's still dark outside. And since you're already up you might as well take advantage of the situation and beat the crowd to the grocery store. They've been short on everything lately. Thanks to separatists in northern California. Most nuts are basically unavailable rebel. Insurgents have been bombing highways in west, Texas. So beef is way up you don't tend to buy much meat these days. Anyway, though, all the blackouts make your fridge unreliable, and you can't afford to spend money on stuff that goes bad. You throw on a light jacket and roll downstairs two or three years ago before all this started you've popped in your ear buds and put on some music to accompany the walk today, you figure it'd be best to have your wits about you. You're lucky you live so close to the grocery store. There's a police checkpoint on the way in the vehicle line. It's always a nightmare. This time of day as you close and lock your door behind you. You try to ignore the pop and chatter if not so distant gunfire. You have friends on the separate side of town. You have a cousin up in the hills. You're not sure what he's doing there. Exactly. But it's probably part of why eggs have gotten so expensive lately. They all have reasons for what they're doing. And you don't believe the government lying about any of the sides anymore. But you're also not dumb enough to want to stand up and fight. Official death toll is still just a few thousand, but international monitors claim it must be much higher there days when you do feel like doing something, maybe even joining your friends, but most days like today, you've got to do it's an election year every candidate is doing their level best to not call this what it is a civil war. You hear that phrase out on the street, though, more and more every day, you reach across walk and start to step across on the left. Your eyes are drawn to the massive bulk of a police bearcat trundles across the street parallel to you a man sits up top in the couple of his hands on a machine gun that for now has its nose pointed up in the air. He stares at you. And you try not to stare back as you hurry along to the supermarket. You ask yourself the question you've asked almost every day for the last three years. How did it get this bad? Did that seem farfetched to you outlandish if so let me try to show you why the preceding passage might. Well, be reality for millions of Americans startlingly soon, if something isn't done the second American civil war doesn't sound like a crazy distant possibility to me and it hasn't for a while. I'm Robert Evans, and it's my job to help. You see what I see? Two thousand sixteen was the first year. I started seriously considering the possibility the.
"robert evans" Discussed on Mason & Ireland
"They were smart enough Francis. Ford Coppola, and Robert Evans and all those guys who responsible for that movie. We're smart enough to shout out to Robert Evans to limit the subtitles to maybe one minute. So I guess that leads that answers. My next question will you ever watch Roma? Oh, hell, no. I can assure you. I was playing it's very good about a month ago. And and one of the guys I was playing with who is a good actor was like talking about how he finally watched it and really enjoyed it. And I said what's it about? And he said because it's in subtypes is Spanish, and I was out five seconds into his nation. No, go. I gotta tell you never watch. I, you know, talking to Ben lines about this. He and I have the exact same opinion on the movie we both seen it. And we both admire it and respect it. But don't love it, by the way. I wouldn't. It's like I I made a ten best list. That was not on my best movies of the note. You mentioned Ben. Yeah. Ban is that Sundance oh night hosting a bunch of panels? He's going to a bunch of movies who going to a bunch of late night parties. Lisa. My wife is going to Sundance on Thursday. Seriously. She has never been it's so much fun with a bunch of her friends who are moms, and they all are how. Do you think that's gonna make all I think it's late night party scene with Lisa and her mom orderly? Great. I'll tell you the the cool thing about Sundance this you wind up hump it around on buses like you're on on the shuttle as to differentiator go skiing all day and then go to the move. Yeah. No, the movies are fantastic. It is a really fun environment film festival environment is a really fun environment to be I think Lisa will have against. It's her first time attack. Oh. Coming up next more fasttrack in two minutes..
"robert evans" Discussed on Living Fearlessly with Lisa McDonald
"In this is contact radio dot com. Consciousness in action, and you are taking action into your consciousness by tuning into contact talk radio. And. Talk radio. Valco from CBS radio thanking you once again for taking time out of your hectic schedules to tune into another fantastic weekly episode of living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald? Another shout out of wholehearted gratitude to living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald's corporate sponsors, health and Honda forever. And that the reviews clicks, shares downloads feedback and testimonial always appreciated. Lisa's purpose and mission is to uplift you U2.. Fearless and to live more to appear as a perspective guest on living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald or to connect with Lisa regarding her suite of products and services, you can reach lease at living fearlessly with Lisa dot com. So for now, a are fearless friends? Here's Lisa living fearlessly with Lisa McDonald? Hey, friends. Thank you. So very much for joining me rejoining me again on a lovely Friday morning. My name is Lisa McDonald, host of living fearlessly with the contact talk radio network. So once again, I'm joined by yet another phenomenal guest. Who is my guest today? Well, my guest is a lovely gentleman who I abs- absolutely adore and had the privilege of meeting at a speaking event in Toronto, my guest today is gentleman named Robert Evans. He is the CEO of at brothers designs. Technology company that focuses on providing mobile app solutions for small businesses and experts for engaging with and impacting more powerful people's lives with powerful positive and uplifting. Messages Robert has spent the last eighteen years in the personal growth space, building businesses technologies and trainings to help messengers shared their messages with the world Roberts work focuses on helping experts messengers and thought leader. Move into the space of using mobile apps as a way to reach and engage with people around their message. And how that space is the most powerful and most effective tool that can be used today to reach people. Robert, thanks, this show could be about why that is the case how apps compared to what most businesses are experts are doing to share their business and the impact that apps can have on reaching more people with positive uplifting. Messages the use of Robert Evans current app, the personal development app as talking point in how he is bringing together hundreds of experts to leverage this platform and change the world walk into living fearlessly, Robert how are you? Arnhem awesome. Thank you lease. It is a truly a pleasure to be here with you. Well, it's you know, what this has been in the works for quite some time. And I'm really grateful very honored that I had the privilege to meet you in Toronto got to speak at your event. And I'm really looking forward to that being uploaded to the app itself. And I just want to say the livestream. We did to signifying that. That was just the beginning of many more great things to come within the partnership. I just wanna say I really appreciate everything you're doing in the space in for me, personally and professionally. Well, absolutely. I mean, Lisa you are consider you one of our one of our biggest thought leaders out there really bringing powerful messages out into the world. Love the platform that you you built here in the the mount of people that you're able to reach him. And so it's an absolute pressure pleasure for me to just be able to make a connection of our two worlds here today. And and that my bet so this is I feel the same about you lie pre sheet that that's very kind words for you to express south. Thank you for that. So as everybody who follows me knows everything about my approach to my interviews unscripted. I believe it makes for a much more organic authentic conversation. But I do wanna dive in. I do wanna ask you, Robert, you know, what was it specifically about personal development in terms of what it symbolizes means for you? And whatever the cathartic moment for you that propelled you in the journey towards personal development. Well, it I think like with a lot of people that are involved in this world, it starts with your kind of your own journey your own personal exploration. And me that started. When I was, you know, eighteen years old getting out of high school, and and started to kind of dive into you know, books and seminars, and that sort of thing that could give me some kind of idea of what I what am I gonna do with my life? Now. I mean, okay, I'm out of this. I'm good about the leave the nest eight kind of a scary thing. So well, you know, what am I going to do? And I wanted I wanted to have an inspired life. And and I think like a lot of people I started off in
"robert evans" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"That's the problem the lady that lived there before was kind of this hippyish lady, she was delightful. But she was like the great thing about this place. You just leave the doors open. You don't have screens or anything. But then you get moths. Right. So now, we're getting screens put on the house where everything's a fucking project. There's big every morning. I'm like where am I we I saw for like thirty seconds on Friday. And I was like where the fuck are my thoughts. And she's like they're in that are in one of these plastic bags an entire room full of plastic banks, which one dry undergoing to work wearing no socks, you know, some sort of Robert Evans, how do, you know, there's no malls in the bags? Those clothes are all thoroughly washed or dry cleaned. But then she doesn't want to open the bags. So we're having an exterminator. Finally, come and look, but I was like why don't you do the exterminator before doing everything on your own? How big are these MAs that she supposedly thinks are there? I mean, that's how you're gonna know she's gone Batty. I mean, they're not how size she starts talking about seeing red is in the dark. You know, you know, that she's losing her shit a little bit. Well, I think it might be pay-back for having written the scifi original film, Mothman and painting them in a negative light. It's a karma payback or her or your wife's discussed that you could have been involved with karma karma. Okay. But they do. I mean, I it's it's a shitty situation. And then we pulled on the rugs up in my house. So then like for whatever reason the floor that was underneath the rug since it's never been exposed super slippery. So I'll come walking into each new room slip and fall on the floor. We're falling apart. We're falling apart. It sounds terrible. It's awful. And I wish I cared more. Yeah. Yeah. I don't give a shit about anything. You just said, I don't know. Why? I don't mean that in a standoffish way. I just don't live there. And you've never come over to my house. Invite me over I've invited. You always have the last minute. You always do this thing of like, you know. I mean, we really wanna sit two guys sitting at a house. I never say that you invite me at the last minute, you go I am watching a movie if you wanna come on. I'm like, I can't bite me things work make a plan. How things work get home at seven eighty one. And watch a movie in an hour. What why is that ever take me up on plans anymore? I am all kinds of stuff. Win win are constantly ipad have fun showed. And I want you come with me..