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Justice Department Sues Roger Stone Over $2M in Unpaid Taxes
"The federal government is taking an ally of former President Trump to court over unpaid taxes. The justice farming filed the lawsuit on Friday against Roger Stone, accusing him and his wife of owing nearly $2 million in income taxes. The lawsuit alleges a couple used a corporate entity they controlled to find a lavish lifestyle despite owing money. Stone was convicted in 2019 is part of Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. But received a pardon from then President Trump in
Dodgers' Bellinger has hairline fracture in left leg
"L. a. times the beat writer for the dodgers is reporting the dave roberts said that a recent test showed a hairline fracture in cody. Bellinger's leg and roberts says it's not a day to day thing. He said it's a fractured his left. Fibula show cody is not in the lineup. Obviously today no gavin lex today or aj pollick as well today tonight. Excuse me and this bellinger thing now that the dodgers have a lot of depth right. That guy's an mvp candidate right the last several years for the most part outside of a weird wacky season last year l. i. That is not the news you want to hear of your dodger fan.
The Bachelor Star Colton Underwood Comes out as Gay
"Underwood was a former bachelor on the show. He was branded as the virgin bachelor and he ended up with this girl. Cassie they are not together anymore. That is bare bones of what you need to know. If you remember me of someone jumping offense that's also did you can let that go from your brain if that's not important to you okay. So that's talk about colton. He came out as gay. He made the revelation in an interview. With robin roberts today on. Abc's good morning. America obviously like this year's been a lot for a lot of people and it's probably made a lot of people look themselves in the mirror and figure out who they are and what they've been running from or what they've been putting off in their lives and for me I've ran for myself for a long time. I paid myself for a long time. And i'm gay. And i came to terms with that earlier this year and have been processing. Colton told roberts that he remembered god when he was selected for the bachelor because he believed his prayers asking to be made straight had been answered would start in the twenty third season of the bachelor where his supposed virginity was a hot topic. He's also remembered for an iconic shot of him over a fence contestant. Cassie randolph. Like i told you whom he dated for two years. It should also be noted that after the pair broke up randolph filed a restraining order against underwood over allegations. You stalking her specifically. She claimed that he put a tracker under her car.
Matt Gaetz: Why Is He Being Investigated?
"Lots talk right now about florida. Representative matt gaetz. Why what is going on with matt. Gaetz matt gaetz seems to be in a lot of legal trouble is what's going on tonight. Florida congressman matt gates is defending himself amid reports. The justice department is investigating is alleged relationship with a seventeen year old girl. Investigators looking into the alleged relationship from two years ago whether gates possibly violated sex trafficking laws when he allegedly paid for travel and other expenses for the team all things. The republican strongly denies it as a horrible allegation and it is a lie. He's being investigated for payments. He may have allegedly made to women in exchange for sex in one case a woman who was under each seventeen years old in one sense. This is a pretty classic political sex scandal but the real reason it seems to have struck such a chord is that gates was one of the most bold outspoken defenders of former president donald trump who was of course plagued by scandal throughout his term in office gates was always there to say. Oh president trump was just being persecuted by the deep state. When robert muller leaves capitol hill. I think the american people will see that there was no collusion and there was oceans of bias and it turns out that the justice department has some questions for representative gates as well before we get into this sordid saga. We should just flag. That matt gaetz has not been charged with anything by anyone relating to the sex scandal correct. That's correct so. This is all stemming from a report initially in the new york times that gates was under investigation for perhaps having sex with a seventeen year old and for the payments to
Bachelor Star Colton Underwood Comes Out as Gay
"Coltie gesture revealed on good morning. America a big confession ran for myself for a long time. I hated myself for a long time. And i'm gay and i came to terms with that earlier this year and have been processing and The next step in all of this this sort of letting people know. But i think overall the reason why now is because i got to a place where. I didn't think i was ever going to share this. I don't. I would have rather died than say i'm gay And i think that was sort of my wakeup call. You can hear the shaking and his voice. How scared and nervous. He was to Tell this news now. Colton revealed he had suicidal thoughts that led him to finally take control of his life and come to terms with the fact that he is gay and wanted to share that with the world. So what was your reaction to the news. Well i think for me. I when i watched the interview i felt so paint for him. I think so. Many people can resonate with this emotion. Right you are battling who you are for so long. And i think people around you are going to accept you and love you but you have to accept yourself first so i think his struggle resonates with so many people who are searching for their identity or searching for who they really are and i was actually just really sad that it took him this long like i always think back like you wanna live your life for yourself right you wanna live for yourself so i'm just happy that he finally made the decision to share this publicly and i also think is there anyone better to sit across then robin roberts to here. This is just so much empathy. So i just hope that people really rally behind him especially batch nation plans you know and just support him through this. This is not easy to go through publicly and good for him for finally speaking
"Bachelor" Star Colton Underwood Comes Out as Gay
"Uh, just I almost feel like we should do that first, cause that's breaking. I just read. It s so Let's do that. Well, wait a minute. I'll just play the whole thing. This just happened Moments ago on G. M A. Colton Underwood, former bachelor star sat down with Robin Roberts. The clip speaks for itself. We're going to do this right now. I'll play this in its entirety. Thank you for this opportunity that sit down with you. There's something that you want people to know. So can you tell us what you is on your heart that you want to share? Yeah, um Obviously like this year's been Lot for a lot of people and It's probably made a lot of people look themselves in the mirror and figure out who they are and what they've been running from or what they've been putting off in their lives. And for me. I've ran from myself for a long time. I've hated myself for a long time and I'm gay and Came to terms with that or later this year and having processing it And The next step in all of this was sort of Letting people know still nervous, but Huh? Yeah, it's it's been a journey for sure. Through the nerves. I can see the joy. You see the relief? I mean, I'm emotional, but an emotional like such a good happy positive way. Um I'm like the happiest and healthiest I've ever been in my life and That means the world to me and Yeah. What was that moment like for you? That gave you the courage. Speak your truth as you are today. I got into a place. For me and my personal life. That Was dark and bad and I can list a bunch of different things, but they'd all be excuses. But I think overall, the reason why now is because I got to a place where I didn't think I was ever going to share this. I don't I Would have rather died than say, I'm gay. I think that was sort of my wake up call. Did you ever think about harming yourself? Yeah. Um There. There is a moment in l A that I woke up. And I didn't think I was gonna wake up. Um, I don't have the intentions of waking up and I did. And I think for me that was like my my wake up call. I'm like this is your life Colden Underwood on G. M a
"Bachelor" Star Colton Underwood Comes out as Gay
"On G. M A. Colton Underwood, former bachelor star sat down with Robin Roberts. The clip speaks for itself. We're going to do this right now. I'll play this in its entirety. Thank you for this opportunity that sit down with you. There's something that you want people to know. So can you tell us what you is on your heart that you want to share? Yeah, um Obviously like this year's been Lot for a lot of people and It's probably made a lot of people look themselves in the mirror and figure out who they are and what they've been running from or what they've been putting off in their lives. And for me. I've ran from myself for a long time. I've hated myself for a long time and I'm gay and Came to terms with that or later this year and having processing it And The next step in all of this was sort of Letting people know still nervous, but Huh? Yeah, it's it's been a journey for sure. Through the nerves. I can see the joy. You see the relief? I mean, I'm emotional, but an emotional like such a good happy positive way. Um I'm like the happiest and healthiest I've ever been in my life and That means the world to me and
Indianapolis Colts Select Azeez Ojulari in Post Free Agency Mock Draft
"Matt dollinger. Senior editor at the ringer and former lowly intern of the two thousand colts with the twenty first. Pick in the twenty twenty one. nfl draft. The indianapolis colts select aziz osha. Laurie out of georgia. I'll be honest. I'm tempted to take jones here. Because i obviously don't trust carson wentz but diseases the best pass rusher in the draft and he might be undersized but so we're dwight frene ian robert mathis. I like that. Wow that was. That was concise all encapsulated. That was how can tell intern with the two thousand nine colts. I love that colton play. They inspect so oziel ours. Your number one pass rusher. Why did you all twenty one here. And he's everyone else really dumb for not listening to you No i so know. I think this this rusher classes bachelor. Classes vary Hard to predict what how the or of the these guys are gonna come off the board. I think with oh jewelry. It's because he's a little undersized as don mentioned he's he's six foot two so that's generally speaking like shorter than you wanna passer should be however he does make up for it with incredible length. His a really wide wingspan long arms Good burst bend. I like skill set. you know. He had some really impressive russia's where he like. You almost looks like von miller where you're like bending around the corner getting really low dipping your shoulder and getting back to the cornerback So i think there's a skill set to work with their but yet speaking of the pastors for classes just basically. There's no one clear elite guy in the class. And whether it's you know a russo or jalen phillips or og. Larry couple of other guys is basically pick your flavor. Whatever type of player. You'd think has chance of succeeding in your scheme. I could see any of these guys be the first pass. Rusher pick
DMX's family warns of scams, rumors following his death
"Trying to profit off his death, Tom Roberts reports. Multiple scams have been reported online in recent days following the wrappers passing the family of DMX, whose real name is Earl Simmons says no one has bought Earl's Masters. They also say no merchandise is being sold, and they're not raising money for his funeral. DMX died Friday after reportedly suffering a drug induced heart attack. I'm some Roberts Country star Morgan
DC Fans Call on Warner Bros. to Make Batman Movie
"Same fans who lobbied for a recent Snyder cut of Justice League have now turned their attention to the bat flag over the weekend Make the black make the bat Fleck movie began trending on Twitter as friends tried to convince the D C you to make a Batman movie starring Justice League's Ben Affleck. Now he has said he's done playing. Crusader after the upcoming flash movie and Warner Brothers has already working on a Batman movie starring Robert Pattinson. So doesn't look like the chances are good.
Walt Disney World in the Summer: What to Expect
"Summers approaching and maybe were coming towards the end of this pandemic people. People from outside of florida are starting to plan. Walt disney world vacations. And if there's any luck we may be there once again in the summer and if you have never been in these seen if you have never been to walt disneyworld in the summer before recommends you bring a water bottle. Well we're gonna talk about a lot of things that make different than any time of year. Now we go with the exception of last summer. Twenty twenty every single summer at least once sometimes more than once so we are walt disneyworld. Summer experienced yes. We are veteran experts as vacationers not as locals although that would be nice someday but for now going there on vacation. The summer is quite different than any other season for of the year. So in this episode. We'll be sharing some of those differences and some of our tips as disney summer travellers first of all and most obvious is it is hot. I think that's quite an understatement. It is very hot. You're on the face of the sun robert that you know i'm going to start this by saying a couple of years ago. Maybe three or four now can't remember exactly tie five. We were there for record-setting heat so it was hundred and twenty five or something like that. I'll have to look back. It was scorching hot. It was so hot that the orlando sentinel front. Page said power grids strains under pressure of air conditioners. Which you know it's florida. You don't expect that to be happening a lot. They said it was hot even for them. Cast member said this is hard even for us and i remember walking. We were staying at animal kingdom lodge at that time and i remember walking. We had to rent a car because it was the summer and we do barrel beach to along with disneyworld on that big. So i remember walking out of animal kingdom lodge to the parking lot and as soon as you stepped out the front doors it literally felt like asana
DMX Reportedly Finished His New Album Before His Death
"Well before he passed away he was back to work and he was planning for this to be a big comeback. There were rumors that he was working on a brand new album with swizz. According to reports that album has been completed and was getting ready to be released this summer now. They're also saying that. He has a documentary that he had been working on. A documentary was supposed to come out on. Hbo mac so i'm not sure where they are with that right now but You know supposedly hopefully something like that. We'll get a chance to see. He was also working on doing more movies as
What's With The Rash Of Asian Hate?
"All right. You know this is to kansas is exciting to be back online with ya. and cash ken beached white male. Podcast asian american podcast with ken. Fog were together. I love this and you know last time we did this. Can we talked about the targeting of asian americans in this culture. And i mean it was six days after we posted that podcasts that we had this amazing shooting. Remember that podcast can. Oh yeah yeah. In fact everything was so schmooze together when you reminded me that we had recorded that less than a week before this atrocity happened. I had a double check. And i i found myself when i heard this story. I thought oh my gosh. This is terrible because this guy robert aaron long went to at least two asian massage parlors and he walked in he just started a start taking people out and these these girls in in those massage parlors are dead and i and i thought. Gosh we're talking about asians being targeted and here it is. The number was three asian owned massage. Parlours yeah and and In one of them they were not girls to them were in their seventies one was in sixties and what was in her fifties. Oh my god right so it. Just kind of blows up a lot of the horrible memes Incentivizing around asian american women that the young nubile sex workers. As i know these were. May i think hard working wage elderly eh. asian women trying to do what they could to help support their families. Yes and and so. Many issues came out of that story just about the. you know. Sexualizing as women. You know and but then it turns out that this guy tells the people that arrested him that he had a sex addiction. You know as though that was the motive in the cause of these shootings and then the police officer gets on the microphone and he says Yes the the individual committed this crime Admitted to having sex addiction and you know he had a bad day.
High court halts Calif. virus rules limiting home worship
"The Supreme Court is telling California it can't enforce corona virus related restrictions that have limited home based religious worship the case involved two residents of Santa Clara county who wanted to host small in person Bible study sessions in their homes the California rules limit indoor social gatherings across most of the state to no more than three households and require attendees to wear masks and physically distance the supreme court's five conservative justices agreed restrictions limiting home based worship should be lifted the courts three liberals and Chief Justice John Roberts would not have done so however California has already announced significant changes loosening restrictions on social gatherings does go into effect April fifteenth Ben Thomas Washington
Prince Philip, husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, dies at 99
"Years old, and he was married to Queen Elizabeth for 73 years. Robert what's been the reaction in the UK? Well, it's fair to say that, you know, it's obviously huge news both in Britain on across the Commonwealth, not shocking because, of course, Prince Philip did. You could have been brothers 99, perhaps not even tragic, because he'd had such an active a life. But certainly this is in Britain today. A somber national occasion. He died at the age of 99 just a few months short of his 100th birthday at Windsor Castle. Come on. Now, there is this debate about the funeral, which will be problematic because of course, as we've just been discussing with covert restrictions, Crowds cannot gather on. According to the Duke's wishes. It won't be a state funeral, but it will be a funeral at Windsor Castle with it with a military procession. I think overwhelmingly the reaction in Britain as it plays out. Will be a deep empathy with the queen. Many people in Britain observing that she went out end her monarchy like Queen Victoria is that widowed queen on people very touched by how she paid that tribute to her husband to Prince Phillip, describing him as her strength and her stay. So I think overwhelming in Britain, it's a moment of reflection of remarkable marriage, a remarkable life. Other Duke but also deep empathy of for the Queen herself. She injures the difficult days ahead, and I think there's one other point I would make, which is people just fascinated with this extraordinary
The Masters: Justin Rose digs deep to regain lead
"Justin rose shoots an even par seventy two to maintain the lead here at augusta national. He's followed on the leaderboard by will Taurus and brian harman one shot back of the leader at six under par other. Notables on the leaderboard include jordan. Spieth at five under tony fee now in justin thomas are both at four under some superstars. Missed the cut friday including westwood rory mcilroy and defending masters champion dustin johnson. We'll discuss each of those players day coming up here on the podcast with. Nbc's jimmy roberts. The voice of masters digital justin rose was the thirty six hole leader once before here at the masters in two thousand four. The seventeen year gap of thirty six hole leads for him is the longest gap in masters history. But certainly rose hopes to finish a bit differently. This time around in two thousand four. He finished the master's tournament tied for twenty second and one other interesting nugget of information. There have only been five wire to wire masters champions ever jordan. Speak in two thousand fifteen. Raymond floyd in nineteen seventy six. Jack nicklaus in nineteen seventy-two arnold palmer in nineteen sixty and craig wood in nineteen forty one following his second round. Seventy two justin rose spoke with the media. Here's what he had to say thing. The thing is i was just joking. The fingers kind of heading towards the panic buying a little bit But did i talk myself on on eight. And said you know you still leading the masters and i just change my mindset a little bit and started to play matchplay against the golf course scratcher line on my scorecard and told myself as three down and could i go ahead and beat the golf course from that point on so i had a part in eighteen to win my match. One up unfortunately slip.
Do Green Bay Packers need to recommit to Aaron Rodgers?
"Now. Some people are speculating. Maybe about this year but aaron rodgers is just being stubborn and he wants to make some more money and you might say well. Wait a minute. Rj hasn't tom brady tatis all than taking less money. Helps you win. yeah. I think so. But there's another way for the packers to gain spending power. No tom brady. Didn't care about. Robert kraft keeping the money instead of him. Not at all when he cared about was the salary cap. There's a finite amount of money you can spend and yeah you can kick the can down the road the saints showing you that but it eventually comes. Do look at big band this year and what he was due and thus the salary cap is the constraining variable. It's the thing that constrains the limiting factor. So aaron rodgers could have and the packers could have renegotiate his contract and then made it where the money that went against the cap this year got deferred some of it. But you don't get to do that for free. What happens is it takes a further commitment down the road. So you can pay aaron rodgers for two more years or three more years and if you do three you can pay them less this year at least salary cap wise. So what's the tradeoff. Want more commitment better now.
Northern Ireland leaders seek calm after violence escalates
"Authorities in northern ireland sought to restore calm on thursday after protestant and catholic. Youths in belfast. Hold bricks fireworks gasoline bombs at police and each other. It was the worst mayhem in a week of street. Violence in the region where britain's exit from the european union has unsettled and uneasy political balance crowds including children as young as twelve or thirteen clashed across a concrete peace wall. In west belfast that separates a british loyalist. Protestant neighborhood from an irish nationalist catholic area. Police fired rubber bullets at the crowd. A nearby city bus was hijacked and set on fire northern ireland to seen sporadic outbreaks of street violence since the nineteen ninety eight. Good friday peace accord ended the troubles decades of catholic-protestant bloodshed over the status of the region. In which more than three thousand people died but police service of northern ireland. Assistant chief constable. Jonathan roberts said the mayhem was at a scale. We have not seen in recent years. He said fifty five police officers had been injured over several nights of disorder. And it was lucky. No one had been seriously hurt or
"roberts" Discussed on Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster
"And so you know to see his tears and the fan base. You know and i've got so many letters and emails and texts about people with grandparents and things like that you just don't understand the scope of and you know you know in chicago. That was one hundred six years. And i was fortunate to be on. The red sox team eighty six years in boston. So you know it's thirty. Two years is still a long time. But you don't really realize the scope of what. Winning champion does for a city and people individually bomb guys. Because you guys didn't get a parade. But then i said all they needed to do was just follow each other in rush hour. Traffic in la. Speed racer. I hear you man. No doubt That's the one thing about I guess if. I can point to one that the pandemic has been a positive to la. Traffic is certainly subsided But i will say man. I had dreams of Having a parade with the lakers in los angeles lebron. Mookie betts kershaw. That would have been crazy. Oh by the way speaking of mukhi beds. Could you be any more of an impact. You get traded with all the expectations of the world. And i know mookie and he's such a great kid and he just cares about going win baseball games you make that trade and then he comes over and boom. He does exactly. Everything's asked and more and you guys go out and win the world series. I just don't know how he does it. I really don't and you talked about a guy who's five nine one eighty who is just. I mean i guess you can say overachiever. But he's just the biggest compliment debt. I can give him is. He's present and i've seen a lot of superstars played against played with you the same but when you're talking about a superstar who's present and i say that in all facts factors whether i'm having a conversation with them whether a coach a teammate whether it's in the batter's box weather's in right field whether it's talking to a reporter young fan this guy is present and now to give that person or group their full undivided attention and still to perform at an elite superstar level. That's very difficult because a lot of the players that i played with feel like if you're giving to your teammates and others you're sacrificing your own performance so a guy that can kind of balanced boat and play at this superstar level. It's very rare. And there's not many guys come into a clubhouse and change an has the culture and mookie did that and You know. I don't wanna put him on the same level as tom brady. But he's doing a lot of things that tom obviously digital bucks in this year. Well you know you got a talent pool over there in l. a..
"roberts" Discussed on Off The Mound with Ryan Dempster
"But i i gotta tell you about sloan's no touch handwashing technology. It's state of the art second to none and couldn't come at a better time so we want to thank them for providing that technology to the people out there so we can all wash our hands and stay safe well. This is a thrill it's not too often. You get to sit down. Get into the mind of a world series champion manager and we got a great one. So let's get right to it and go off the mound with dave robbins. Doc how are you. Thanks so much for joining us doubt. I'm doing well It's been a long time since we had a chat Living my best life like you said. Come off the world series championship now at home in san diego Spending time family rare up to go so as we sit here right now. I've got a few more days. And i'm heading glendale i know. Can you believe it happens so fast rate like here. We were just a short time ago. You're on the field in texas winning the world series. Now you're two weeks away from pitchers and catchers in there. It's crazy and and i think it goes with twenty twenty with all the uncertainty and all the unique time so in baseball is no exception. So you know with all the rules. There was talk about pushing things back but i think as as a right. Now we're going to move forward. And you know adhere to protocols and get pitched and catches ear. And i got my first meeting on the seventeenth so i just got a wrap my head around that and i'm excited to go dow and defend our championship about that. I'm curious and like i haven't had a chance to talk to you about this. But you guys for years in a row right go into the nl cs going to back to back world series going the ds then getting there and finally getting that opportunity to say your champions. What was that feeling like chasing that carrot for so long and then finally just getting to eat the heck out of that thing. I think The chasing is relevant in that my first initial Emotion was relief. And i think that me as a manager. i didn't appreciate or give credit to And didn't want to intentionally of the pressure of having to bring attention back to a city after thirty two years But once we and kind of getting up to the top of the mountain and then a failing and trying to do it again and again and So once we you know. Julio serious made that last i got that last out there was relief and then shortly thereafter in the days following. There was a lot of joy elation. But i didn't appreciate. How much kind of pressure was kind of Know fighting off for so many years. How did you like to your players. What was your constant message to them because as players we can get frustrated when we get so close so many times and we don't get there. What was your your message that you relate to those guys. I'll tell you there's a reason. Why am am i bias. Are you biased. with professional athletes and specifically baseball players there is a resiliency There's a dna of having to kind of pick yourself back up after the game of failure. And so i think that baseball and with that there's a lot of successful people outside of baseball after their careers There's a brick. And i think with our guys it was just kind of preaching the fact of you know we are we are. We play a certain brand brandon baseball whether it's spring training whether it's in game seven of the world series. We respect the game on the field off..
"roberts" Discussed on Even Money
"If, you'd like to make your NFL Games a little more interesting. You've come to the right place. He's the even money podcast with Russ Tucker and Steve Physic-. Yeah, biggest baby, Vegas it is even. PODCAST, and here we go. Baby NBA starts tomorrow NHL. Before you know it NFL training camps are opening there might have been a hiccup or to with the MLB bets. Okay. There were still games to watch I. AM now a baseball Fan Joe Kelley of the dodgers. My favorite player ever may be that was hilarious. Last night I'm Ross Tucker I think you guys. Most of you least already know that former NFL offensive lineman five, seven years. Classic journeymen got a bunch of media gigs now and a entire podcast network. Andrew Brandt was excellent on the Ross Tucker Football podcast today. Tomorrow it'll be Dave Richard from CBS, fantasy sports on the fantasy feast podcast college draft. We introduced emery hunt WHO's going to be a star if you. Happen to miss that show will have great cosell a little bit later in the week, the show is presented. Of course, by the number one rated draft kings sportsbook APP I wouldn't give you guys the number two rated R. Number three rated number one rated draft King Sportsbook at very excited about today's show by the way because not only do we have the star. Of The show, Steve Take at Fez exports on twitter. As you know, you're only two-time winner of the Super Bowl of professional football gambling the supercar desk at the West Gate. Casino we also have a buddy of mine from my hometown of Reading Pennsylvania, the Great Paul Roberts. You can check him out at Paul Roberts, Wvu in reading and Steve. I gotTa tell you. So a couple of things first of all Alot Steve How are you? I good Ross. Great to be back as. Paul good to talk with you. Good to see you usually text a lot. Sometimes, we talk on the phone. Good to actually see you. It's a pleasure. You know I've been a big fan of this podcast from from day one and I noticed on your twitter Ross your follow ninety two people and I'm one of the ninety two. So on my tombstone one day, which I hope is not anytime soon I'm just going to have under my name and years of wife was followed by Ross talker you know what's funny about that? You would be amazed how many people say to me why don't you follow me like I can't get a follow and and miss down I'm a little anal retentive people don't know this right but. I actually read every tweet on my timeline I look at every. AM worried about missing a tweet from someone important that I information that I value and want. So every tweet, you've ever tweeted Paul I read Steve Same if you don't tweet them much depot, you don't really either but I've never missed one of your tweets I read every one on my timeline. So I'm very particular about how many people I follow. You don't follow me I'm like. Got To keep it, you'd be a maid I'm not going to embarrass anybody but like there are some big names that have said that to me asked me why I don't follow them and I said and I'm like listen I'll give mercy follow for a couple of weeks. But I I don't I don't care about this or that or whatever and nobody's ever said. Well, then why do you follow this Paul Roberts W. I'm sure part of them is like what but I and that's.
"roberts" Discussed on Amicus with Dahlia Lithwick
"That, I think going forward. Adam Schiff is going to have to meet a lot of extra hurdles and I. Think I wanted to ask you just as a purely sort of theoretical matter. What has he done to congressional oversight? It seems as though I think at least in this case it's fairly clear as effort for says that Congress can make some of the show has already in fact made some of the showings of that the chief justice requires, but I'm just wondering in grand calibration of checks and balances and separation of powers. What do you see happen? Going forward in terms of congressional ability to get their hands on records. I think the supreme. Court has weakened the ability of Congress to get records. The DC circuit said the congress in is sufficient. Showing the is should be enforced. The Supreme Court has now vacated instead now in order for court to enforce a subpoena, the four part testing that should be met. I think that Congress can meet this year. I think as you say Congress has met this year, but it's still additional hurdles that have come never come in these cases, but also on all future cases to get information concerning the president, so I think the crude here is, we can separation of powers and checks and balances. Actually say I totally agree with that and I found I've I've read that section. As, we record this it. It's only a few hours old, but this is. The opinion that came down on Thursday. I've read Roberts balancing test of a handful of times, really trying to make sense of it. And when we think about power, it actually gives him enormous power to the judiciary. and takes away a congressional power. And It's a remarkably brief tests. The the opinion I haven't done a word count, but I think it's a really short opinion given the complicated issues that. Arise. In the task, even though I think I, hope it's implied, the tests does not talk about the important role of Congress. Does not explicitly informed, reaffirm the important role of Congress as an oversight body acting to. Acting to reveal malfeasance, and the executive branch instead focuses more on. Potential legislative action I think that's that's somewhat disturbing and if you look at the oral argument you could see an enormous amount of discussion about a justices trying to figure out. How do we do it at? How can we have a test? That doesn't require us to second guess congressional intent. And I don't see this test. As Roberts laid out actually solving that problem, in fact, it does suggest to me that it will involve the court. Taking power for itself and second guessing congressional intent and I find that incredibly disturbing. I think that's such a terrific point and I found it interesting that Roberts. Claim to be standing by these precedents that gave Congress abroad power to investigate subpoenas, but at the same time he kind of rewrote them because if you look at cases like Eastland, which is about congressional subpoenas, the court says it's chief. Goal is to keep the federal judiciary out of disputes between the executive branch and Congress right. The court says this is not our job. These are political disputes. We need to keep our heads out this, and so we're just going to adopt this very deferential standard, and for the most part, courts are just going to be expected to kind of rubber-stamping rational subpoenas. One of Congress's powers, and now Roberts comes in and rewrite, says cases like Eastland, and says well. Actually you know the real separation of powers problem here is between Congress and the president. The judiciary doesn't seem to count for him because the judiciary is just so wonderful and splendid so long as it's being led by John Roberts. How could it ever post separation of power problems and I think there's a lot of arrogance and not assumption that it poses a real separation of powers problem for Congress to be subpoenaing the president, but no apparent separation of powers problem for the judiciary to be intensely refereeing those disputes by really carefully meticulously. Going over all of Congress's justifications, and deciding whether they're satisfactory for judges. It's such an interesting point actually. Reminds me of some of the language. We got in Wednesday's little sisters. Case where everybody is bemoaning the fact that this used to be worked out through accommodations right in that case, it was who gets a religious exemption, and who doesn't, and how do we do accommodations and there's a lot of hand wringing about these used to be things that were worked out, which is exactly what we've been hearing all along about in these presidential records cases. Is that these things used to be worked out by the parties? And now everybody's bad children, and they all have to go sit in the Naughty Chair, and the court will referee it, so there is a little bit of a sense. That court is trying to take this posture mark of look where the adult in the room. We wanted everybody to work things out. Nobody is playing nicely so now we have to step in. And that seems to dovetail really nicely with eight. These principles of judicial supremacy that the court loves, but also with just the rhetoric swirling around that everybody's just being childish, and someone needs to be the adult Irwin. Are you are you I'm looking at your face and I'm seeing you maybe disagree. I think there's a real difference between the two cases concerning subpoenaed in that regard, trunk versus Vance was not of that sort at all. It was clear unequivocal that the grand jury has the right to every person's evidence. The president has no special exception. Some that the president can raise defenses that anybody else can raise, but no more than that I think it's the congressional subpoena case with court tried to strike a compromise between the President's absolute immunity, position and Congress the president. President gets no immunity. They came up with this balancing test and I think there's a key difference between those two cases, and that's why the chief justice in the one case is so clear in Vance where he's dismissing Bing Bing. Bing presidential humiliation. The president is too busy be that's an easy easy thing for him to bat back I think the congressional case is messier in part because the interests are our blurrier I wonder if we could talk for one minute. About justices, gorsuch and Cavanaugh I mean here the to trump appointees. Who while they don't completely sign on a with chief, Justice John Roberts certainly sign on with the result I think they would have been a little bit less deferential. But what does it mean I guess? The optics of having trump's to appointees, not side with him must be painful for him, but beyond that can anyone talk a little bit about the light between There's not a ton of late even between the dissenters and the majority, but between the dissenters The concurrence is in the majority today. I would begin by saying. It's important of these cases weren't ananymous. United States versus Nixon in Nineteen, seventy four was unanimous. Clinton versus Jones was not in Animus on the other hand. I'm thankful they're not five four. I think that gorsuch in. Would want to give much more protection or some more protection at least to the president than Chief Justice Roberts opinion does and certainly by comparison just Thomas would give total protection to the president. Mark your thoughts on Thomas Melito in what what's animating their dissents. I mean Thomas Lido are so predictable here is they're both very much saying this is presidential harassment. They might as well have tweeted it in all caps with a bunch of exclamation points right and then Thomas Adopts this very wacky limited theory of congressional subpoena power. Basically saying it almost doesn't exist. Alito does his super aggrieved performance about how these politicized prosecutors in House committees are just GonNa go after the president nonstop and stop them from exercising his constitutional duties. I am more interested as I think you are in the daylight between Roberts majority and the Cavanaugh Gorsuch concurrence in advance case and I do think there's a lot of daylight. They are because I think that. Both Roberts and Cavanaugh agree that trump's argument is is ridiculous that the. The president does not have absolute immunity from a state criminal subpoena, but Roberts then follow up with there might sometimes occasionally be a reason why president can avoid these subpoenas..
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"Com. Yeah if that's what. Got That thing up up there that you showed okay okay. ROCKET DOT COM say. They're the rocket dot com. Okay we will follow up. We'll follow it up on social media. I'm I'm out of cards. This has been vastly entertaining for us to. Wow there's that site you are in a movie called Amazon lost coming up. Yeah I bring it up only because it's written in by my old neighbor from West Hollywood excessively nobler if you dig into Eric's IMDB page. There's all kinds of treasures. You will find someone you know. I'll picture goes. It's like five hundred business at all. Five hundred got questions here. I didn't even ask them from other tech people. People that worked with With Eric on on projects. It's what is it five hundred seventy one credits or something on there. We love all those people. We really love the cruise like Eric like we bond onto every time and then there's rationing Zaidi arlos cannon seventy five. It's impressive and it's a family affair. My daughter caters all the movie allows catering two of them. Two more words Miss Castaway. I'll yeah well with Michael Jackson. Yeah that's all that's all I'll say as arce. It's really funny joyfully about that movie. That guy comes to me about that movie and it's kind of kind of kind the very silly movie and he has no money. Would I plead I say okay. I will do it if I can take a chance. I've always wanted to play a Frenchman. But nobody's going out. Ah Accent says okay. Except as Flynn Jackson the holiday the hugged out move in his accent. Anyway when I watched the movie it was so bad I read the whole thing in American entire movie. You all say is Michael Jackson's accents in it so urge our listeners. To seek it out might be his best work in cinema. It might be. It might be in the whizz and and and now let me say in closing parties family. Show my reach hard on from the Bronx. You guys are a lot of fun. Thanks for coming in Schlepping and playing with us is we loved it. Listeners will eat this up good. He Yeah. And this has been Gilbert Godfrey Jr amazing colossal podcasts with my co whole host. Frank Santo Padre. And I I'll have to eat ELISA. Yes he lives her robin not Elijah Wood Not Elijah and the Star of stop by my Doctor The star. Dr Cecelia Vampire even better Robert. Thank you guys a thrill..
"roberts" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"I have for you guys Eric what's your favorite of elisas performances and and same question the other way well There's performance Elisa gives in you'll be called. Love is a gun where she plays my girlfriend who I mess around dawn with Kelly Preston so she kills me and the oilers. La It's a black comedy. Yeah that's right you don't kill. Oh you do kill Kelly. Yeah and so You gave it away now so so you guys are like you're on the newlywed game. Show really in this movie case. You're the gun love as a gun. Excuse me and That's the same loves of forty-five came out so he said to me. GotTa Change Your title. I said No. 'cause love is a gun we've got to keep the title so I had to fight for the title but I kept it and My wife is brilliant in this. Okay look for that okay. So My fav- of Eric my favorite of Eric is final analysis. Okay I also a not that much seen movie but everybody should see it. It's a I'm writing it down to one hundred thousand played Kim best news husband. He's so good you'll you'll see it's very quotable line uh analysis and loves gun. Yes those are two answers terrific right. And I'm going to urge people to see the Coca Cola kid and it's my party. My party friendly grants right. So what are you guys have to plug. What's coming up? Besides the will to the rocket again right of course. What's what's coming to project Jake was what's coming up? Project wise is. There's a new show called interrogation it. Hasn't it hasn't started promoting yet but it's going to be crazy and it is real complete Real cases that are just mindblowing. John is the is the Executive active producer. Peter SARS guard is in it and each each little like arc is a whole story of a case that will blow your mind. Eric plays an attorney in one of the cases. And it's just incredible incredible so it's called interrogation and when when he plays a guy who's been to a lot of college and wears a suit and stuff. It's very convincing. It's like surprisingly convincing. Unless you're buying the scenes on set and watching him like eat everything on the craft service table and and he's a man after your own heart gail he eats everything on the graph search. Take it home with me. Oh my God. He stuffs it in my purse packing uh-huh and will you be doing another store stalked by Dr. Oh yeah and it's going to be even bigger. Be a one off. You know the five dude of it. Eric you're slacking. I went to IMDB. And I only counted fifty nine credits for you. You in two thousand twenty. Find out the things that are in pre production and cut already completed. I'm not young anymore. Dude it's only we've only only been in this month in this year for fourteen days gender. Stand that's frightening Gilbert and I used to we. We talked about John. Karen's career goal you his IMDB page and looking at the hundreds of credits and you are giving him a run for his money. It's impressive there in nineteen ninety-three. I'm very well my wife says to me if you could do anything everyday realize what would it be Eric. I Shall I be on a movie set every day. She well. That's not gonNA happen then. Two Thousand and three comes. She does something weird happening in the world. Everybody's buying cameras and they're calling for you but all over the world and she says So they aren't as big a budget movies as our Hollywood movies. But everybody's making a movie. I think I have you on the movie set every day of your life that it's amazing acing that you have this kind of energy traveling around the world for these two. Oh my God his were all. He's been everywhere even if you look at the old films. Do you have ever have a day where you just at home watching TV. Her Dad Watches problem child. Yeah Problem John on my ex husband worked on problem child. He drew sign producer. Jimmy okay Eric You weren't even available all day yesterday. He just he he litter. I picked him up at the airport and brought them right to set. That's very very typical and he does miss so much sitting at home watching. TV that he tvos Football Games. And I think in his catching up I think is up to like two thousand six ca as I do the same. Eric I do the same. I'm up to the playoffs but I can't news because they'll blow with. I know they blow them above my and I can't even talk to my friends like I'll talk about getting the city. No I've so the chiefs Texans game on the DVR early. I T vote of Lucia in the first quarter Lincoln. I if he has to go to Kazakhstan for like three hours. And then after that come back here and drive to palm springs and then fly it up Sacramento. He's like okay and he just comes along with the script bag and his and his little fantasizing work ethic. Yeah now I WANNA see if you can if you can answer baseline from from from a movie. Albie Mickey Rock Point About Me Paulie. Did they press you for me. I don't remember okay. They preach bay breaks me hard. uh-huh yawn remember. Listen if Mickey doesn't this doesn't want to do the sequel equal you do it with Gilbert. I would go to the MOYLE. Greenwich village us. Gosh what the moral is. Here's the moment of truth. Boil boy oil. And I know it's not the it's the religious person who does a circumcision. Wow Yeah uh-huh which is another segue back to the rocket if you have it or not. Deroga- will work okay. So do we verify the web. The website is they'll rocket dot.
"roberts" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"And you know when I got home. Jeffrey Dean Morgan was at my house babysitting in those days. That's what he did head for. Eleven Wow I. Oh Jeffrey Dean Morgan. My marriage to this woman. How because I hi called her he answered the phone? He was crashing on her cat. She answered the phone vent this amendment the deep voice. Hello Oh no boyfriend To allies amazes this is calling. Yeah Jerry so hold on. He goes away he says to Liza phone call. Who is it's Eric Eric? He says because you know we just met you. In very briefly I dunno and Eric he says it sounds light. Eric Roberts she says oh I met him on the plane. She takes the call. If he hadn't said that she taking the call I would not have called back. We didn't just say it. Sounds like Eric Roberts said it. Sounds like Eric Roberts and he. Now here's me talking to you and there's no way I'm GonNa Tell Eric Roberts you're not here. I fear for my life I want you know then then I took the call so it is true and jeff credits himself with bringing us together and he's right it's Kidman yes and and and you know all all like acuteness to society. I'll bet I'll bet Hollywood step aside you know. WE ALMOST THIRTY YEARS I. I'm so crazy about my wife. That's nice to hear crazy raising and you guys work together. I mean I noticed student in doing some debris search a lot of common credits How do you pull that off that it's you know it's so much easier than trying unexplained your day? You know how that is already our business. You Work Twenty eight hours a day. How do you then fill each other in? Who's got you know this what we're already there there? Plus we balance each other a lot. 'cause we're just really different personalities and so you know I'm a good front woman for him he's a good frontman for me. You know he's not afraid to go up to people on hand them a my son CD or my daughter's bake shop card it to be nice to people at all times and and you know just explained off concentrating that he's not actually ignoring them deliberately and he's not as much of a jerk as he amazing to me so it really works as working guys we want to talk to you about the new streaming service Shudder order as Hud. B. E. R. AMC. Networks it's a premium streaming video service. It's super serves members with the best election genre entertainment covering horror thrillers. Gilbert's favourite and the supernatural shudders expanding library of Film TV series and originals is available on Mo- streaming services in the US and Canada and the UK Ireland Ireland and Germany. They have a new exclusive series. The dead lands which is now streaming it features a slain Maori warrior. Walkout Nuku row about that. 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Oh my God that's right. Great well I got. I got a couple of choice. We have the time you know shelly. Shelly was great. Shelly was shelly was Raucous and fun and nasty and silly l. e. and playful and would say stuff like I it would be one forty five and she'd say somebody keep track of the time from me because it took oh clock in a car and leaving her and that's why you get that set joke I got from and and you know just just that kind of thing all day long and and sterling would smoke dope in and yeah and you know I'm this I'm this. I'm twenty year old. Oh Kid who's so impressive. Both of them and they're both acting like children. It was so weird and But they are both very kind to me and They're both very supportive of me. And so They both gave me lots of hope Sterling. Hayden said don't move to Hollywood. Whatever you do he did he said down do it? He said you know they'll try to get so you don't do it. They'll try to get you to move to Hollywood. Don't be doing and those of you out there. Who Don't know Sterling Kate and he's the A cop who gets shot in the throat by Al Pacino Plus Godfather that he's a police captain who broke Chino's jaw right? Now shoot through might know for for it Bam and speaking of Godfather Michael V got sows in that movie. Frankie five angels. That's right that's right. He's in the king of the Gypsy. You are twenty twenty years is all. You said you were scared stiff. You weren't sleeping our skit every day. I was scared every day. Yeah but but you know I actually the The the day I got over my real fear was my first night shoot and I showed up for my first night. Shoot with showing. Hey News his first day and I got told to go over to his trailer he wanted to talk to me so I did. I NOT GONNA come on. And he says I come in and recap has sheesh in any asked if I wanted to get stoned. I said no I can't he says you don't get stone stone but his own talk. Yeah I have to get stone. What are we shoot? Nice said seen eighty seven and he said I know the number. What the Hell L. happens so I I signed it? And he said bound pivotal scene I said Yeah how you improvisation I said I'm alright. All right she good because it's what we're doing anyway so so so after that night I was Kinda relaxed because I realize there's there's There's there's there's nothing I couldn't handle I guess yeah. Did you meet the old man to the dealer us. Oh sure was he like he was he was he. He owned all of us and the larger than life was not really truly and Eric very good acting well. He was the rookie on that movie. Which I find funny because Brooke Shields was in it? She'd it had all of two movies under her belt. Grizzled veteran brig was pro. The brick was always in in fact twenty two years after that that I played her husband. TASTIC does all come full circle and at one point you decided as as a career option or career like To give you more self more steam to go on celebrity Liberty Rehab actually That that was my wife's decision Jim one day and you know on the way home from the gym. In those days I always smoked a joint and I came home from the gym after having smoked joint and I walk in the House and my wife says Celebrity W. Rehab. Just call the ASS if you have a problem if you WANNA get off anything and I laughed and said should I give up dope and she said I think you should I and she goes just I don't I don't really mind you Smoking as.
"roberts" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Door and I said the director wants me to quit. So we call it the producers and they fired that director and thereby Rosenberg and that's long and short of it while you couldn't have done any better than Stuart Rosenberg who sell hand Luke and pocket. Yeah yeah there's something about that movie watching it the other night and I don't know if this has ever occurred to you guys. I thought there's a little bit of of mice and men going on in this is I am I. Am I wrong. Of course not this. There's there's the the The Guy who who would be on the right track. Yeah carry the load for the other one. Yeah exactly yeah exactly you bring you bring so much to that movie. Personally I mean your performance almost turns it into A. It's a borderline comedy Eh. It's a mob movie but you're you're on one level it's a mob movie it's a heist movie but you're scenes you're the craziness Mozarrella stuff and the prank. You play on the cop you put the Horse Physic- and will that brought so much that movie for me as an actor and also also just as an artist doing it that that that that movie was real wisdom put in meat balls like like light lines like what do you need a new suit for. Charlie got a job to wear it to writing. I it sounds idiotic but it is so Is Oh my God. It's so intelligent. And just that whole movies like that for me. I just love them. It'd be and how was it working with Mickey Rock Way. A Mickey is the most. Aw Selfish actor I ever worked with I and he. He never learned a line of dialogue and it was hard but in the end result what he is is is genius actor and I love McKee personally family and what he is is genius actor. Who knows how do I mean not just pope? I'm in love to the end of my life. Time for performance. He gave him a thing called barfly. The most I've ever seen in my life and You know Mickey is just a genius but but he's really hard to work with because because he's on his own track and he takes no prisoners and so and say you're on your own and And it was. It was very frightening. It was very fun and We we got very bonded. But you cannot trust McGee Roy as a working comrade. Are you ask you. That's that's that's the truth and for years I lied. I would never say that but but you know enough time has passed. I can be honest. No we appreciate the candor. Yeah I'll I get him on here now to see what he has to say. It's only the The the second time I've been asked about it and then I've been honest about him. The chemistry between the two of you guys and I know there was some talk of a sequel. Because the two of you were walking off at the end I presume headed to Miami. Yeah to escape the heat. Yeah but it never materialized. Well no not yet. Let's put it that way. Oh the law and it's been there actually a couple of scraps so I think we just need to focus. I mean Mickey wants to do it. Eric wants to do it. The world seems to want it So weird more time passes the more interested in there is to To make part two island it's weird. It's funny love to see you guys getting into more misadventures late late in life. Also we have something vaguely in common with with each other. And then I start I will. I didn't star but I appeared in three shark. NATO's go in there Angie edged you very proudly appeared in shock the purpose. Then you must say correct. Sorry talk to push Roger Cormon shark to push. Yep Tell us why you did that one. Well you're right. Actor says come a comeback. This new venture Rodrigue Ken. I can't be in winning movies. I'm sorry he goes. What can I do to get you in this movie? I said you can put up my whole family. And all all the friends Gen Ed. Everybody we ever met at that at that and that that beautiful retreat down there while it should maybe for a month he goes. Okay okay but everybody we my My family ever met down there and we had a great months hiatus and I made a bad movie movie. That was that was about a creature. That's half shark and half octopus. It could happen. I I tell us how you guys I met because the story is interesting. It's sort of a meet cute as they say. Yeah it is kind of meet cute you wanted to tell at are should I tell it we tell it differently but go ahead or brothel on an airplane. MGM Grand and I was doing I was working with Travolta Doing chains of gold in New York and in Florida and Eric was I guess flying from New York to La to finish finish. Best of the best and then go to Europe from room and I was passing through JFK on the widow lax. Okay so we just happened to be seated next to each other. As a matter of fact I had my dad's script intersection which was a very different script when it was going to be Bernardo Venier and it wasn't Sharon stone and Richard Gere at the time it was kind of an art film very French French and The very cool story of frozen moment in time in America's reading whatever but as soon as we were seated and I saw it was Eric Roberts. I didn't want to read my script I was like. Oh I don't WanNa talk shop. I'm just now I don't get to read the script. I put it under my seat. Whatever he had a cat on his lap gonNA ask about that? You're not hearing great detail. Can't the cat was named tender. And you know those days. You didn't fly with animals inside the cabin so that was pretty major and little children came by. Can I see the kitty and Eric kind of shared his kitty and I was like yeah gay for sure. I mean I August company. Just relax and you know. And then he was very chatty and so that just confirmed the whole the thing. We did a nice thing because after they used to serve food on planes anybody who doesn't remember that and after they serve the meal just then I had to get up to go to the ladies uh-huh actually to put on some Mascara and And he like held Mike trae and did this whole gentlemanly thing and and he was. He had a big bottle of water water. He was drinking. He was just nothing like he was supposed to be. And and that was that and I. He asked my phone number etched it into his driver's license. Since romantic did pull out our scripts. It turned out because he was friends with Eddie Bunker who was friends with my father. So did it turned out that he was a David. David Rayfield Fan.
"roberts" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Classic Nineteen Eighty Four Buddy movie the pope hope of Greenwich Village. UK does that. Charlie guy slapped by run my Ryan. Little go back. Not like Chum by the shot but Get down like when he and Barry Ratio Ratio and finally yet brain to take your head down. You say good nobody. They keep humble show back by Gilbert intro to career that started back in the nineteen eighteen. Seventy this man has worked with Rod. Steiger he liked while lake. Bob Fossey James Earl Jones. Tony Curtis Produce Christopher Walken Silk. FESTA Stallone Josh Jockey in Phoenix Joaquin Phoenix. We need a phoenix. He Voi- Joe Robert Downey junior and even Michael Jackson as well alive. PODCAST geds Lee Grant Larry Cohen Beverley. D. Ngelo Joe Pantoliano Rick Overton Matthew Broderick and Roger Cormon joining US along with his wife manager and business. snus partner Allies Zhou Rafaqat also as successful casting director and a busy actress in her Own Right is one of our favorite performance and swirling the hardest working man in show business. Eric Lake Roberts thank you thank you thank you. I'll be here all week. I take half a point off Gilbert for calling Elisa. Elijah it happens but other than that. It was good. It was spot on now. I have a question I'm praying this is true. Of course I'm starting off the interview with it just Internet bullshit I'll Albee. I'm going to leave their according to the Internet and other places I've read. There is a connection but tween Dr Martin Luther King and your sister Julia Roberts. The connection is this in nineteen sixty five credit king with Yolanda Ronda and Monte. The third and Dexter and Bunny came to my dad. School and said Credit said my on my daughter wants to be an actor and all our brothers and sisters WanNa do what she does so here we are so From nineteen nineteen sixty five to nineteen seventy three The King Kids were in my dad's school and and one of the biggest productions from my dad's school was What what was the play with Gregory Potanin Yoki Yolanda King everybody called her Yoki What are the place? It's okay I can take the whole show. Good Anyway Yes so That's that's an action we We all we all went to grammar school together in High Selena. We all went back to school together and we all know each other family yerkes funeral. General Cassatt passed away video message. Because you're in you know eastern air. Yes they're wonderful people now. According to the story I heard your mother started to have a baby and that Coretta Scott King King paid the hospital bills. I heard that too. I know nothing about that to tell us that. Ah Your mother IRKS. Mother started to have a baby and Coretta. Scott King paid paid the hospital bills for the delivery of the child. And that child which Julia Roberts though it had been nine hundred sixty we seven then but I'm not aware of that. I think I think Hilbert from a pretty reliable source. Also actually Eric. I want you to be flattered. This is the most research he's done and he found something I didn't find for the rest of the No. Yeah no that's pretty good for the rest of the interview. I'll be going show. I heard you're an actor or something. What do you guys remember member about meeting on Hollywood squares anything? Well what I remember. Yes is eye eric. I don't think you quite understood the Tic Tac toe rules. Because you felt that you weren't getting enough questions questions where you're sitting and you said to me at one point you said next time when some of your questions can you hand them over over the me and I said that's not the way you do tic TAC toe. You don't go. Hey I thought I was being being funny guilty off. I mean it was amazing. People Joan rivers was there. We always had it was it was a great guy but wonder stamps and with celebrities. They're never gonNA explain anything they don't want you to feel bad so we and we'd never don't tell anybody we never really watched the Paul Lynde diversion on the show so he just like walked back there. I remember a couple of times. You Walk into other people's squares and just hanging out. Do you remember that Gilbert. Oh yes expo. The loose Gilbert. I'm Lou mouth now. Can you tell us Eric. What got you into acting acting to make a long story short and painless? I was a kid with a stutter. Who found out when I memorize stuff? I didn't stutter so it was like. Oh a little gift and then became fun and then make him good at it and then became and and then it became what I did and I heard in school at law. You said in school in an interview that when the teacher would ask everyone to say something out of a book you actually would memorize your passage. Because that's the way you'd be able to say right right I would I would. I would count. The people and I would count the stanzas now. It's fine mine in learn it and I would learn them quick and and became good at memorizing stuff and so Acting acting became the logical path the bullies away that way right. Yeah well you know when I inch de everybody laughed. I didn't mean to interrupt Derek. I'm sorry okay. Did you ever work with Austin Pendleton. Because he had a similar story stutterer who went into acting and it helped him in the same way. No I know that story. No we've We've never worked together. But I do know his story. Yeah I've worked with them. I didn't even know that I and didn't even know how to stutter. How he he was once K.? Well obviously he was cast in on my cousin. Vinny worry had to play a stutter. And that scared him because he didn't want to do he wouldn't be able to control it after that. I feel bad for him What was the Little Pioneers Eric? Little Pioneers was Was A was a was a drama on Saturday morning live television the vision in Atlanta Georgia in nineteen sixty three while And that was the snowing ring. That episode never brought up I. I don't think it's ever been brought up in an interview at that. Was the first thing I ever won a critics choice award for and I won for George. Some can local supporting actor award for that and It was it was it was on TV and in my memory. I was brilliant way. It's fair to say you got a taste of it. Yeah the book I got. I got inspired. I was on. I was on what I felt the big time local. TV in Atlanta Georgian d three. Oh my God ah I'd like arrives a little boy of six and a half years old and and you said I think it was after runaway train which.
"roberts" Discussed on Busted Open
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"roberts" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"Broadcasters cited on the WWE network is sited on flagrant two is sited on Jim Norton and Sam Roberts on Sirius. XM all this week, by the way, it's been a busy busy week. Let's get into it story. Number five goes back to the WWE network. What I was doing in Cleveland this week. It's fastlane. Let's go over what happened at Faslane for story. Number five in the state of wrestling. And so mixed reviews on the pay per view for sure, but I my feedback. My the reviews that I read the stuff that I saw on in the Twitter verse read it, and you know, all over the internet was far more positive than negative, and my takeaway was far more positive than negative. I thought. The everything at Faslane felt like it was going somewhere. It was either paid off or felt like there is a purpose to what's happening here. A lot of times especially at this stage in the game where we're close to wrestlemainia, but not that close. Meaning we have four weeks to build and we had four weeks from the time of vastly now it's closer to three weeks. But at Faslane we've got four weeks to wrestlemainia. So technically, you can you do still have a couple of weeks to kind of figure out exactly what you're doing. If you're not sure, but. The best case scenario for all of us bands. Is that we want to believe that the WWE knows exactly what they're doing. And the reason we're going into a pay per view like fast lane is because there's some story to tell that's gonna lead us to a place where we're all excited. You know, I was also on Wade Keller's podcast at the end of last week. And we were talking about that. And how. You know, I think all of us kind of have an idea of the direction the wrestlemainia is going in. But a lot of questions are yet to be answered. And that's what fastlane was all about. And I feel like fastlane did give us a picture of what's going on? Let's talk about some of the the bigger incidents that happen. Of course, it started. I'd say the first big shot of the night was Shane McMahon. Turning on the Miz. There was no place to go. I don't think between Shane McMahon and the MS but to break them up and to break them up. Now, you know, I mean, the fact is that to make them seem like a better tag team than the use owes long-term would have been completely foolish as I've said now, I think multiple times on the kickoff show, and as I've said over and over here on not Sam wrestling the users are the best tag team of the last decade. So when you've got something like that. And you've got them on your roster. The last thing in the world that you wanna do is. Is for short term benefit make them look like they're anything. But that and if you watch their performance in the last two matches with Shane in the is if you watch their promo on smackdown this week, which if you haven't seen it go search it out, it's all over the internet. You can find it. It's incredible. The Luso's are absolutely incredible..
"roberts" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"New and they've never been done since 'cause they were crippling. I mean toss the poor iron Sheik around like a rag doll man came in Johnston. You know, the hell I was I was the third party in that ring with him in Johnston. And I was worried I was going to get killed by a body part flying off one. Shake Roberts skill by Johnston's liver. Coughed up during a match. You know, we landed on me. So when you're sitting there when you're sitting there is the referee in that in that John Stott Andre match are you watching what Andre doing going like oh this poor man this poor Johnston. Wrestling him in John was a referee. And it was scary man because every time sut- got near me just lash out his stunt, man. You know, I kept wondering man stuck goes off. And I've got to get out of the ring so mail. Yeah. You know, those two animals go ahead and easy. You know, who's got tyrannosaurs against the Brontosaurus area. Go, but it didn't happen. Thank god. Because it would have probably been very ugly. But yeah, I would imagine that jobs. John brought that on himself. You know, how so wait call. Andrea freak on said that he was the only real giant as Andre was a freak circus frequently oh, come on. You don't do that. Jesus Christ told you this was a doozy. And we'll continue in a minute which Jake the snake Roberts. But I I told you at the beginning of the show we were talking about wrestlemainia season and how coming to New York..
"roberts" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
"Ladies and gentlemen woke up to sam robert brooks playing hubcaps in producing your host from new york here is sam we'll words win again going to sam roberts wrestling podcast you know how do what we do here we come wrestling from a fan perspective i'm a fan of professional wrestling you're a fan of professional wrestling let's talk about it are we experts kind of i mean we've put in our ten thousand hours of watching by now i'll bet but we've watched from afar and we're we're putting in our analysis by a fan for fans at sam roberts wrestling podcast and i welcome you to the show it's always a big week and make no mistake this week counts just as big it's so big in fact that we have a bonus guest that's going to be a part of the show during the bridge segment if you don't listen to this bridge segment that's between the interview and the state of wrestling every week you're missing there's all kinds of great content there so that's going down later on this podcast of course we have a lot to talk about in of wrestling lot you know there is a lot went down there's lots to talk about i should say with ron smackdown this week were a week days at this point away from the go home addition of role were far less we're about a week and a half away from money in the bank and these pay per view that wwe puts on are now more important than ever because there's not a show every three three weeks.
"roberts" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"They show so that's a fun michelle rep aroma show roberts with us at the finals michelle roberts with us thank you for being all method as a shall i wanna know first and foremost uh the the adam silver saying that he wants betting in basketball how did those conversations go with you when that arrived on your doorstep and the idea of them talking to you about we want a percentage of whatever is wagered on basketball well i've i've not had a conversation with the commissioner yet about that but i i will tell you that shortly after i uh for some thank you for having me i i will say that shortly after i got the job i did read his his editorial and i think the time to where he may he advanced fees to concept and now here we go again i did not disagree with him um i'm like everybody else aware of the amount of money that billions of dollars that are being generated the um in connection with our sport and i absolutely agree if if it's going to be permitted then there needs to be a way to have those of us let me personally but the players and the owners who create this this this game be able to enjoy that some of that revenue so now we haven't yet aligned ourselves to the extent we are but i still don't disagree that that's a conversation worth pursuing you you wouldn't have any reason disagree if it's a giant pot of money that they're going after you surprised at all that they haven't brought it your way yet so.
"roberts" Discussed on Sam Roberts Wrestling Podcast
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"roberts" Discussed on Woman Evolve with Sarah Jakes Roberts
"You are listening to a woman evolve and i am sarah jakes roberts if you are enjoying this podcast i want to encourage you to send me a review on i june's or soundcloud and make sure you subscribe share today's message it's one you don't wanna miss god bless you pretend to be or who you compare yourself sued he can only bless you and the lane that was created for you build up with somebody you know me no his instantly you need boundaries he's a valid eyes vein sza work hey hey chao you let me on this show can you believe it i care sad youths been with the big dogs perrine lee are you ready for this up and so i think so wells if you were tuning in this is a woman evolved podcast and i am your host sarah jakes roberts i also have some cohost joining me on facebook live but i have a very very very special guest in it to ray roberts author speaker well pastor lord lover of muscle holler at me hey babe being a sweetheart can you say for the people cia heads uh yes down in joining us on facebook live we have charlene bail we have nicole daniels we have ministers charlene maulings for those of you who may be listening for the first time the format of this show is that i am generally joined by my cohost via facebook live but i have a very special guest in my husband to ray roberts and saw i am excited because who knows what will happen on today's show first of all if you're watching on facebook live my man is in a building that means that our shenanigans need to be rain in okay come on somebody we had to be wholly enrages don't let nobody seed they're general rachid things that we say okay everybody must be on the same page bus one baby usually at start the show by just like giving a little bit of a run.