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Yaphet Kotto of 'Live and Let Die,' 'Alien,' dies at 81
"Fail heroin for money. My apologies. I'm sure you're simply give it away. Excellent, Mr Park. Precisely what I intend to two tons of it to be exact. When entering into a fast the competitive field, one finds it advisable to give away free samples. The menacing Mr Big from James Bond, reinvented in live and let die with the ever suave or Roger Moore in Harlem. R I P rest in peace. Yaphet Coto, who passed Age 20 aged 81 Whether he was playing Mr Big the villain in James Bond's live and let Die Know whether it was Parker The space trucker in the movie aliens and imposing man, a man who always wanted to sit down and have a beer with Arrest yourself.
Tanya Roberts, That '70s Show and Charlie's Angels Actress, Dead at 65
"And her role on that seventies show and also, Charlie's Angels has died. TMZ reports Tanya Roberts died a week after collapsing at her home. She was 65 years old. Her death was reportedly not related to coronavirus. Roberts appeared in the 1985 James Bond film of you to Kill opposite Roger Moore. She also played it. Donna Pin see out his mom Midge on that seventies show. I'm at Madison. We have an update on the mayor's potential
Tanya Roberts, Bond Girl and 'That 70s Show' actress, has died
"Known for playing a bond girl and her role on that seventies show has died. TMZ reports that Tanya Roberts died a week after collapsing at her home. She was 65 She appeared in the 1985 James Bond movie of you to Kill opposite Roger Moore, and she also played the character Donna's mom on that seventies show and that's your showbiz
Episode 138 The Yarn Wall - burst 15
"Knicks. Suck ass hamburg. I'm very good. No when terra's takeover to oil rigs and threatened to blow them up if their demands are not met and eccentric anti-terrorism expert volunteers his unique commando unit to stop them. The commando unit includes roger moore. Anthony perkins michael parks and james mason. Who's james mason. James mason's the guy from he was captain nemo nobody was captain. Kangaroo captain caveman. Oh it was captain nemo in got what. What is the movie. That i've know him the most i mean he was. I think i might get him in john. Houseman mixed up. Give me your best john houseman. He sounds just like james mason now. He's sounds different. I i can't do it right now. I have to have a certain level of like a throat. Bubble in the cross of iron no l. He plays striker in the salem slot. Tv movie from the seventies. how as the Yes he's like the the human face of
"Okay. Anything I wouldn't want to do that. Swim Oh my God that looked awful. I mean Hannah her journey is bounced around you know Morocco and then to Germany, what Eric Bandages seems to swim the ocean yeah. I. Mean he gets in his. unders and then. There's literally a whole China Daddy. In the movie. So he said he he'd been swimming for twenty four hours. Yeah I would say, so I guess that's what spies do. Okay. You gotta get your cardio suppose how far do you think Roger Moore? James Bond. Could. Swim. About as far as the ball was nuts about it, he needed that alligators of that's that was his excuse.
Ryan Forsythe of Trevor Sorbie: Being a Happy Successful Hairdresser
"Before we go any more into that. Let's just learn about you. Ron And you'll Rosa I. He just gives a little bit more of a heads up about you'll row at Trevor Syllabi and undertakes so our senior director in the card. Salam which is our flagship store. And I've been since two thousand four and basically started as a stylist there and worked on the way up to to this position and I look to all of the education happens in the cotton solemn and I work under Tiziana prematurely. She's the international head of education. So you know together. I work very closely with her. And we way Lacoste with in house education which is for the system Sir Training and there is also Zach by and Nathan who lacoste at the technical side of the shining and yeah we look after the assistance. We also look after people that are applying for jobs like He pulled up from the outside so we take trae tests we retry them and we'll say China teaches to become teachers. So you know. That's quite busy rolling itself as well as you know. We're all working on the floor as well. Five days a week doing clients fully but is and stuff like that stuff as well as the head of the ship sound on. What led you to that role so I mean I can't trump sorby and I you know I came in from the from the outside odd had previous experience so I kind air and I started as a stylist and ostrow couple years of working trying to kind of make my my kind of inroads. They're around all these amazing addresses who I really wanted to aspire to be like no you at Angelo Seminar. A time and trevor was cutting additives carrying and those all these headdresses around you that you just aspired to be like so. I just really wanted to kind of eventually get to that level and Pi Ata of all those names futures should of delight site uproar many of them onto the podcast but for the most respected names in the world. Trestle be really is in the same levels. Vidal's essay in Mile. They probably the the world of hairdresser in the Angelo with former guest. Tom Connell very first interview previous. You have this certain style of hairdresser. Enemy galleys at that point of what Trevor Soobee is all about. And it's look it's tastes level in the head that it produces in its collections. I think first of all so continuing education things like the good foundation in Cotonou coloring styling having that foundation and then then kind of developing missiles personality the individual in the of the Hesse themselves. You know we're not trying to kind of create robots. We won't people'd Sir to flourish on. We really try to encourage creativity and yeah. I mean you know this. I guess we kind of work as a family. I'm necessity collaboration in terms of trying to kind of and that's why you see that consistency in terms of taste level. Think Yeah Salinas well before you were Trevor Sloppy. You mentioned that you was a hairdresser pronto. So you didn't start out. Trevor Soobee now. What was that before you got today and say I mean I I was? I come from a town outside. London called Stevenage in Harper Cheer. And it's also I think as thirteen IDA starts getting interesting to do hair. I didn't have any family. History of hairdressing. But you know I just. I loved anything creative. I loved music. I loved making start up fashion just I loved people but also was was London as a place and I saw was brought to London quite a lot bomb and my grandparents and you know as a place in really excited. And that's that's where I wanted to end up. I think it's a definite reason why I want to come into hair. I think just I always loved in my head coach as a as a kid. He wants governor here and I love the process before and after and fascinating. Our pain together. I loved the environment. I think it was how I fell off the haircut. That really made an impact on me me and my haircut and then we recently with James Bond the run around in the streets pretending to be twenty five. That's the Roger Moore James Bond. Put Away those. Yeah so that was. Then so yeah. You have an idea that I wanted to do and some tickets job in London. When I was fourteen so I was going to school class. Job In this great Ceylon in Maryland public image and Simona walk through the door. Just for this is this is broad belong so this is Ronnie to. I was in London as in hairdressing and this is a this is it now and I met my my my then boxes now at the Senate dear friend of mine who Barry Chriswell and he was to become a teacher and I would call mental as well because he taught me to Kuttab. He taught me really good work ethic he said Iran. We would like to pie to go out and party but just please come to work. You know that. Stay that stage that stay with me to this day so often I is kind of. I thought last album by role yourself them run as in your position that you have been not mental and how important is for your team. I don't yeah I feel like I'm in a position now where I can offer my experience for education and just infer. Two Years of working in hairdressing solve worked with great hairdressers levels and and obviously we client different manages. The norm that say so. I would consider a wealth of experience and of offering. I feel like the me. It's my duty to be able to help people whether it's with education whether it straight simply or whether it's just how to progress in the salon style saw in a hairdresser in general. I think the other thing. My my mushroom buried taught me was kindness and being a good person. You know. That was something that really stuck with me. From the
"roger moore" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Always look forward to the latest James Bond movie of a Roger Moore was the James Bond I grew up with love Roger Moore and one of the exciting things was you wanted to know what the theme song was going to be and who was gonna sing it who was gonna write it usually usually John Barry back in those days the great film composer John Barry who was going to write the theme song and who is going to sing it you couldn't wait for that theme song to drop so over the years well there been some classic James but what do you what are you laughing I was always waiting for who the giants were going to collapse in the draft and you're waiting for the James Bond lived please separate universes you never thought who is it going to be in our Xining afterburner Rita Coolidge whose not be seeing the new ticket I don't know if you've ever wondered about that no you never got excited when they said you know do Tim rice is going to write the lyrics with John berry to the new James Bond son now that did they do it for them I will hear a couple of famous James Bond songs three of my favorites from the well how bout well okay for the the well that's kind of let's give me a surely bassy lay when I'm majorly next all right now give me this another this is a classic the.
"roger moore" Discussed on WTVN
"The products and politics that affect your hobby, liberty this program may not be politically, correct. But it is on target your host. Eric gilbert. Welcome back on hysteric. Join today with my father cone fill you get off the internet. You're worse than a teenager. Hey, if I could just show, the general, quick everybody's probably watching on Facebook, and look like I'm glued to my iphone, well, that's because I left my computer at home. So I'm monitoring the Facebook page through my iphone so what's papa's excuse? No, no. What I'm still trying to figure it. All right. Got a live, maybe had a bad cold or something. I don't still research that, no, I can see what happened here. Obvious. Looking at Sean Connery and the question was alive or dead. And when I clicked that it talked about Roger Moore, I didn't pick that up that and that's why you don't do the news, I can do the news we don't call from from Sean. I know I know being reported dead. Well, have someone on the line, is that big Ed on with us. Or maybe it's not thought it was. All right. I had a message thing that he might be on the line there. Two guys yesterday another another horrific act. You know, it's just one of those, you know, you don't even you don't even know where to go with it because they're horrible here. But as many of you heard there, yet another student yesterday in a public space by some individual with absolutely no regard life really. The scumbag is thankfully, no longer, but he was killed. Are we spending all? Took the life of twelve individuals. It will surely set off a firestorm of politicians media outlets demanding something be done with our gun laws. We see every time but the problem is, is they is it's rhetoric and it's not fact base. And we saw it immediately. I was watching the news this morning before coming into the store in, you know, right off NBC said they had an expert, you know, he's an expert. I'm not sure what qualifies him as an expert, but he was an expert and he said, you know, the early reports were this guy had a forty five caliber pistol with the suppressor on it. And he went on and on saying about how if he did not have suppressor the carnage wouldn't have been as bad, and it was almost playbook out of what Hillary talks about because she's anti suppressors when we've tried to get those bills pass, where you could buy suppressor just like you do a firearm, and so I don't know if there was a terrier. Agenda, but it was totally reckless in that when you talk about it, and at the top of the hour, we talked about suppressor, only reduces decibel by thirty to forty five decibels and it still is a loud, noise. Basically the best you can hope for is to be using it in not have to use hearing protection. But yet they come on, and they make it sound like this who's not educated. Who doesn't live in this world that this is this is the root of it, you know what, you know, I thought that the, the police chief there I thought he did really good when he said that he was only going to mention that guy, thus Specht named white, and that go to focus on the victims, not to give this guy anymore, press than than that. The other thing that that's out to me. And I wasn't I mean, you don't you can't jump to the conclusions. But just from hearing what I heard this morning, if he did own a legal suppressor. So I it could have been one. That, that he made himself illegal all day long. You can't. You know, it's illegal. But people still do it if it's a legal one couple things came to mind. One everyone knows that to purchase a legal suppressor. You're committing to a nine month process of a background check before you even get it. So the news also reported that these firearms purchased recently by legal means. So if you take a moment, the fact that, oh, maybe this was a crime of passion, maybe happened at work, and all of a sudden he's going to buy a gun. Well, you can take the suppressor out of that because he had to wait nine months. So it just it doesn't all add up be, you know, once the facts, come in, it'll be interesting at that point to see, but it's just it's just how they jump to, to the conclusion that, that kind of irritating. The other thing too, if any of you have used a suppressor it is best used in the condition what they call wet. So if you're using it on the ranger in the field if you put a drop of water or soil liquid in it, it, it reduces the decibels just for a number of rounds. You can, you know, for ten around or so. And then it will noticeably get a little bit louder until you do. So again, presumably, if this gentleman is firing these rounds in if he was to truly doing it at the the the best suppression. I mean he's not gonna stop in the middle of a gun battle. And, you know, divot back in water or whatever so it wouldn't have been nearly as suppressed as it was the first shot. So all things that. Be interesting to see how the media handles it when, when it comes back. Well, you kind of know how it's going. It looks like it looks like big Ed is on the line at are you there? Arm here. Standing up, what I'm not letting back. No, he's probably out there in the watching. Yeah. Exactly. Hi cat back. They talked about today. So, so guys, we talk about this stuff. Everyday is a forty five caliber, semiautomatic. How big of, you know, when you talk about high cat MAG was the first thing that comes to mind, a thirty round magazine, like in a nine millimeter. So what kind of high capacity magazine you talking about for a forty five sixty eight rounds baby? Right. Well, or Glock, twenty one. Right. But that, that firemen of self takes a higher capacity. Mag? You're not now there is, you know, you could probably buy aftermarket magazine that held more of a forty five but you're not gonna have a high-capacity forty five to wish that are looting to in in most cases. But that courses what you know what they lead with. Here's something interesting to have you guys seen, and we haven't released it yet. We're gonna release it this week in regards to high cat MAG. Have you seen the study that we did here on the range? Yeah. I think. Talked about it. We talked about it, but we never put it out there. I think this week, we're gonna finally post it, it is. We did a quick study here with a couple of our guys on the rains, you're who are good shooters, who practice but they're not they're not over the top. It's something that any of us could have gone to practice and what we did, we took a Glock nineteen coming, firearm, nine millimeter, and we gave we gave Shana twenty round magazine. We told him that we needed to shoot him shoot. It down range accurately, so not just as fast as you could pull the trigger, but make sure you're hitting the target and he did it in like six point four seconds. He fired all the rounds and they're on the target, then we took the same. Firearm, and we gave them two ten round magazines. So presumably, he's got to do Meg in the middle of this, and, you know, here's your low-capacity magazine versus a high-capacity. So guess what happened? He probably did it faster or it took one second one point two seconds longer with the MAG change. That's like one thousand that's it. That's all it took. But the big the big takeaway from it. And when you watch the video, it really becomes apparent is we had cameras set up on multiple angles who was shot timer. One was looking at it from the side, but one was also a camera attached to his glasses. So it was a first person perspective on it in with the big takeaway was, is that when he did the magazine change his head his eyes never came off the target. So the fallacy out. There's someone has to do magazine change. They're, they're looking down and fumbling and everything else. But with just a little practice you can maintain visual, you know, the target right there in front of you, and change that magazine extremely quick. So it was just up in that, that was interesting. And in we'll post it. Out there early. Let's see. Oh, so effort is back on the are you finally there? Someone's playing games. That's right. We're gonna you know what send us a letter. Come in the front door. If you're that's right. He's probably, he's probably sitting out there, so other media reports here. Here's the other one. They lead the story and you can tell it, it's awful ironic that they have these stories almost, as, if they have these stories, you know, prebuilt. Oh, I'm ready for it. Read an article on the right? So the other one hundred people a day, and is what they lead with in their petition to have to do stricter gun. One hundred people a day died at the hands of firearms. These firearms are just going off everywhere. Right. One hundred people a day, when you look at that, that includes suicides. So you can't I mean, I mean it is valid that, you know, hundred people, they are dying, you know, from a firearm, but two thirds of those at least are from suicide, so you can't you can't legitimately put that in the number without saying that now you know, they said, one hundred people die with firearms, but only twenty those or murders within. That's a more valid statement but they take the opportunity to say hundred people and get the shock -ness of the sense of that. And then they go on to say how they need to do something to combat this, this violence, which I Ron is everything they talk about wouldn't have stopped. Vast majority talk about the gun laws and everything week or so ago, we had that thirteen year old kid.
8 Ways to Use the Word "Obsolete"
"Is obsolete. Obsolete means no longer produced or used out dated or old fashioned with B M English speaking radio channel. Learn new word every day and impress the void in this English book, Abadi lesson, you learn how to use the word obsolete via sure that this ESL lesson will help you to enhance your English cabinetry and speak English fluently and confidently obsolete is spelled as all. B. S. O L. L E, D E. The would obsolete is used when something is no longer used and becomes outdated. For example, we can call pages as obsolete technology for communication. Wow. Wasn't it easy to understand the meaning of obsolete? Listen carefully how we can use the word obsolete in eight different situations in different sentences example, number one of eight Presa got a bumper crop of Alfonso mangoes in his Fum. He wanted to own much better prophet. Hence he convinced his father to stop obsolete methods of selling mangoes, and adopt new methods for marketing them, moving onto example, number two of eight Roger Moore hundred founded the Brahma Samaj movement in India. This moment was. Used by him to oppose obsolete. Customs such as child marriage. While wasn't he a visionary example, number three of eight reliable studio was established seventy five years ago. The owner's son took charge of the studio last year. He reviewed the setup and drew up a plan to replace all the obsolete. Recording equipment with the latest versions example, number four of eight our language evolves and changes its form over a period of time. Some words which were prevalent or using earlier times, become obsolete over a period of time and are replaced by new words. Retrain English learners in vocabulary development in our advanced English fluency at our training centers in Mumbai, but don't worry if you don't stain Mumbai. We have an online English, fluency course, for you to, to know more, visit of ab- site, WWW dot B M consultants India dot com. Example, number five feet. The older cameras used an obsolete technology. They would click the pictures on photography them, and then the films would be developed in the laboratory example, number six of eight presenting most of us prefer to use Email to send and receive documents. Have you heard something called a fax machine? Will the Email has made the facts machine completely obsolete? Don't you agree example number seven eight? The field of medicine sees continuous innovations naturally new methods replace older ones. For instance, some older surgical procedures have become obsolete. Due to laser surgery techniques. Moving onto example number eight of it. The pattern of garments for specific rare evolves. All what time keeping in mind, the comfort of the person, wearing it, it has noticed that a nine yard Saudi commonly in use about few decades ago is almost obselete now. It's us is reserved only for special occasions
Burt Reynolds, Joe Joe and Oscar discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"Live Monday from six 'til ten on seventeen w o r. Good morning, everybody. Well, a Hollywood legend Burt Reynolds died at eighty two years old. They've got plenty of Burt Reynolds, snippets and clips and videos up on websites. Seven ten W O, R dot com slash Lennon. Michael I was like Burt Reynolds, Len when he was on the Johnny Carson show. He was grateful. I remember
Carr Fire climbs in rankings for worst wildfire in California history
"Day here's some of what's coming up I in our. Closer new fires are erupting, in California even as Jim Roope reports the big one near reading is. Still keeping people out of their homes Bob Costantini reports on the opening day of, the trial of former, Trump. Campaign chairman Paul Manafort meteorologist dean devore we'll let you know if. There's more rain ahead in your day, Robert workman has the mid week sports Tom Busby on the money with today's big, question about Wall, Street and entertainment critic Kevin car, checks movies now available for personal video and that's just some of what's coming up. This half hour on your first light It's seven minutes past the hour fire crews in northern California continue to battle the aggressive and medicine car. Fire as Jim Rupe tells us? People just want to get back into their homes Jim Michael the so-called car fire has. Burned an area larger than the. City of. Denver is killed six people and destroyed, nearly nine hundred homes and more than four thousand are still threatened it's it's been a rough road it's scary. I see a lot of things. Out there a lot of anxiousness Redding California police chief. Roger Moore says it's understandable, yearly forty thousand people have been displaced many wanted to get back to. Their neighborhoods some to sift through the ashes and efforts to salvage whatever they can, some whose homes were, not. Lost simply want to get back to whatever kind of normalcy they. Can at this point with the fire, burning away from more populated areas to the big question is so when can we, go home Cal, fire is my keyboard says he. Understands the frustration and economic impact of being displaced firefighters are not immune to it Are part. Of your community we are, the, community together. All the folks that work. For. Cal fire Shasta county fire every. Fire district in this county fire department are, here for you they're out there working very hard he says at the. Start of this fire a week, ago firefighters were working shifts that were forty eight hours straight a little rest then right back on the lines to protect life and property while they were doing. That their own houses were burning? Your own houses were being a vacuum their wives or husbands and kids were worried sick. About him and being a vacuum And they pushed on for you well several hundred homes were lost thousands more were saved. And the realization of that, in the shadow of the. Firefighters own personal stories of loss and. Displacement it brought an auditorium full of residents at a community meeting to their feet He. Was just last month at the.
"roger moore" Discussed on KOMO
"History ABC's Keno Woodward the deadly car flyer pushing west forcing residents in neighboring counties to flee their homes never seen anything like this in any direction wanted to from the worst of the firestorm massive vortexes looming entire, neighborhoods while. Houses on the ground explode into fireballs the brutal force of those swirling winds toppling transmission towers tossing cars I've never seen. A fire with such destruction here in this area ever before with, the fire about twenty. Percent contained. It some people, from those neighborhoods have finally returned home to. Find nothing but ash and rubble You just never think it's going to among them reading police chief Roger Moore we had. A fireman died that night had it been over a half mile, that could've been me And now new concerns for the, nearly forty. Thousand people forced out by the fire. Police arresting multiple people overnight for looting homes in evacuation areas The navy fleet has arrived the. Blue angels will start practicing soon and so really fast boats are about. To invade lake Washington the biggest weekend of seafarers almost here and komo's Brian Calvert has, a preview with a guy in charge of. It all so we're down here at the museum of flight where today they unveiled. All the information all the. Great stuff coming, up this weekend it's really the big weekend in see fair for twenty. Eighteen and.
Samsung’s Mobile Profit Falls as Consumers Pass on Galaxy S9 Phones
"Their homes I've never seen anything like, this, in any direction one or two from the. Worst of the firestorm massive vortex is looming over entire neighborhoods while houses, on the ground explode into fireballs. The brutal force of those swirling winds toppling transmission towers tossing cars I've never seen a fire with such, destruction here, in this area every before with the. Fire about twenty percent contained it some people, from those, neighborhoods have finally, returned home to find nothing but ash and rubble You just never think it's going to happen to among them reading police chief Roger Moore we had. A fireman die that night had it been over a half mile, that could've been me And now new concerns for the, nearly forty, thousand people forced out by the fire. Police arresting multiple people overnight for looting homes in evacuation areas KOMO news time eight forty nine other stories that we're following this morning actor Alan Alda confirms he. Has Parkinson's disease appearing this morning. On CBS, the former mash. Star says he was actually diagnosed with degenerative disorder, three, and a half years ago Alan Alda's eighty two years old he says he's not angry he just considers it a. Challenge and he says revealing his diagnosis might be helpful to. Others who have Parkinson's to let them know that there. Are things they can do I Chicago. Cubs fan saved from serious injury by a bucket he decided to put on his head during a game ABC's Ryan burrow explains on July twenty sixth Kevin Makhalira via was celebrating his. Twentieth birthday with his father and with the cubs, losing to the Diamondbacks Makhalira thought it was time to put a rally bucket onto said something he saw former cubs star Castro do years ago three runs All right That's going to six to eight inch pin fell from the. Wrigley field scoreboard hitting the bucket and pushing it down. Onto ears head Makhalira suffered a two inch gash on his head requiring, five Staples but he credits the bucket with saving. His life no doubt that it provided some. Formal cushion the cubs won the game and gave Makhalira autograph ball, in? Jersey right burrow, ABC news Chicago KOMO, news time. Eight fifty now the propel insurance, money update South, Korean tech giant Samsung reported a slowdown in quarterly growth and a decline in its mobile business as the flagship galaxy s. nine miss. Sales targets it's facing stiff competition, from cheaper Chinese made handsets demand, for smartphone, camera components strong PlayStation video game business on the sale of a stake, in Spotify push Sony to a two billion dollar net profit for the April to. June period the New York, Times reports the Trump administration is considering bypassing congress to grant a one hundred billion dollar tax cut by adjusting for inflation in determining capital gains independent analyses suggest more. Than ninety Eighty seven percent of the benefits of the move would go to the. Top ten percent of income earners, that's your money now Rosa KOMO, news checking, Wall Street stocks are higher the Dow up one hundred forty seven hundred, twenty five thousand four fifty three s and p five hundred up seventeen the NASDAQ. Is now up fifty nine, and coming up on the KOMO morning news I'm herb Weisbaum new research shows aggressive treatment for high blood pressure can reduce your risk of.
"roger moore" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"But it was full, of stuff like attacks by tiger sharks triple in twenty seventeen because there. Was one worldwide in two thousand sixteen. There are three in two thousand seventeen there won't. Be any for the next five years then. It'll. Be, two down the, road sometimes yeah yeah steepen truly it's. It's shark, week is Don mini skirt Heavily made up it's got, a push up frauds really target itself up it's disgusting got a great text from couple that were at. The San Jose Trump rally, that a court just ruled on with a reminder but it, was like we'll get to that at some point news now with Marshall. Phillips the explicit car wildfire in Redding. California is destroyed more than six hundred fifty homes. It's almost six hundred fifty homes almost everything. That's. In, there probably, at, almost one hundred thousand acres right now Tens of, thousands of people in the. Northern California town ordered to evacuate, but authorities say one homeowner who stayed. Behind flagged down police after noticing. That somebody had been. In his. House to people rested so far on suspicion of looting evacuated homes fifty years no parole reading police chief Roger Moore explaining as, a specific crime we're, often get into these folks before they commit. The crime we just, arrested one with illegal weapons in. A neighborhood that he shouldn't have been what what. Is the penalty for looting it. Should be very high I think it should be death but that's just me California penal code looting I hope it's not a minor penalty if it is that's. Our new campaign I mean who would vote against that now because it's an indicator that you should not be. Part of our, civilization right, right and I'm hearing a men's out of every corner of America where we can be heard who've experienced this weather devastating fires are floods or, earthquakes or. That sort of thing and, then you know as you're in the. Midst of a tragedy maybe you're dealing with terrible injuries the. Rest of it the sub human scum come in and try to take your stuff, we got a text from somebody is, their own color or whoever's. In the area and he said, they have a surprisingly Zen, like approach to the fire taking? Their house but it happens it happens God wills what are you gonna. Do, it's. Just stuff off right but goes insane over the idea of looters yeah there is something about that I can, handle, a fire took my home it's one of those things. Will deal with it, blah blah blah the idea of somebody coming, and taking my stuff on I. Can't deal with in, the midst of that can't deal with that that ain't right in. A belly we've got now twenty wildfires burning.
"roger moore" Discussed on Stuff You Should Know
"And of course he was like gimme gimme all you got sure uh and then they gave him kind of a little ride and then the bad guy came in the batty and started cranking it even further and even further in ajmer being akin sing roger morris face like uh they must have had some powerful a wind blower on him because his cheeks were rippling and i was like oh my god he's really in that thing and right but i think i mean i'm sure that they did not get the physics right and they probably pushed into like eleven so they the um that really rings a bell what you're describing i guess i have ceased all those movies the new i've seen most of us the roger moore won so i would think i have seen it yeah but um i am i i just that that comes to mind but um yeah because i can see roger morris face going like lura yeah not only happened once right exactly rip roger moore yet for real but you remember colonel um john paul staff the guy who gave a seat belts in crash test dummies o how can i forget member he his eyes used to like burst blood vessels because the amenities that he was being pushed too yeah but i think so you mentioned the seven gs that was um what a guy named guy martin who is the motorcyclists who actually set the world record for the fastest anyone's um hit a wall of death with which is basically like a globe of death but without the top of the bottom it's more like a barrel yeah exactly um and that's just riding horizontally superfast um in his case i think what he hit seventy eight miles an hour yes and the guinness people said were here in you got two chances to get to sixty miles per hour and he did like seventy two i think the first time in than seventy eight the second time how laker cnet was probably it probably look like roger moore and i think that was moon wrecker.
"roger moore" Discussed on The Writers Panel
"Very it's very hard to say no to jj it it just is you know it's like one of the one of the executives would would say don't let jj come in your because i can't say no to them so jay called roger moore love roger moore eddie roger moore it's going to come to the show that's going to come through the show it was it was it was incredible he's he's an extraordinarily charismatic and and wonderful did anyone ever actually say no to him was there anything that you guys wanted to sarah's but it wasn't about acting it it it was like at least eur two we have you know another the i don't know what eight million dollars to do you know the chasing but the thing is that you had to come up with something else though sometimes i i'd find like on episode there was a thing that she's a hippie girl and she goes to this pick market and stuff and it was written a kind of differently it was in as it took place in a mausoleum and we were scouting mausoleums and we found this weird mausoleum in souths los angeles and it was done like him like islamic temple and as i we could do like a market here and so dragged the direct route side as just let's rethink this could we could do everything and how it's written the action could take place but what does she was a hippie chicken she's doing it a disguise and we put little stock innumerable carpets will bring some animals will do all this stuff and he's sat there for about an hour after agreeing got okay so that today and i said we found this better place.
"roger moore" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"I'll come on i will here share in the parking i don't see him as off fellow i mean come on well he you know he not i've seen him a couple of other includes age and he's not a bad actor i will say this he's an odd choice for james bond like him we are minded me hey it but darker more globe you know um thoroughly now brutal take on bonn he lacked the now charm the vote a roger moore or sean connery here's grozny no i like pierce involvement even yeah i like that arch one liner and gave never really sweated dino gold move now this guy all he does his wit and bleed the flu kind of change von schantz kind of like james bond does homeland or something it's like jp came on fight made a lot more to get to eight five five forty laura tear down the statues and then what when i get to about.
"roger moore" Discussed on KSCO 1080
"He was under contract with a warner brothers uh i know the signed him to a sevenyear contract i don't think he stayed for all seven years because discharge got bigger but he headline to show called the alaskan yet in nineteen fifty nine a ninety nine to nineteen 660 when that show and did that was awesome why he did he did one other thing before ivanhoe though is that rain water was that for the i think those for british television i might you're you're you're on that was in the fifties and then he had done i think he signed the contract with warner's but he did like like all contract players he guessed dard i mean i know he did a least one episode in fact he didn't episode of maverick he didn't play he did not play a maverick he played another character but it was it was a unique show because it featured jim garner and jack kelly as britain bart and then you had roger moore who was pivotal guests darcy had all three maverick altri actors who played maverick on in the same episode so there is there how many where you see the three just the one just why is it leaves the it was it was a rendition of the classic eighteenth century played the rivals a featuring a roger moore patricia crowley and neil hamilton along with jim garner as bread and jack kelly has barred roger moore isn't a contract at the time so warner brothers if you're under contra check they used you for anything and whether his movies or or tv show and then when the alaskans and did in 1960 that was around the time of the writers guild strike and that was around the time the jim garner had his contract dispute with warner brothers and so uh wad jim was suspended and waiting for his lawsuit play out of warner brothers polled roger moore four.
"roger moore" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"I mean if i look likely with i'm fifty fifty three i'll be very very well a date you know hit demand still got he looks he looks 40s a grandma he's no longer the age this tom cruise but as i like he's roger moore and a few to kill creaking up the eiffel tower he said like is he not now he's not not am i enjoyed him in this film to be honest i mean go on i want you to explain something to be done panama's all resident mumia plant when a man beats italy we cover this the previous podcast i understand how reproduction works what i want to ask you this i'm an it is having a bad day because a daddy the faroe has a son yes so she makes a deal with set the god of death full what's exactly tattoos and piercings apparently because you don't get anything special because all he does is go and slit their throats with a knocked assured had so what exactly does he give her to help her get vengeance manto thrown what he does or herself he gives to the knife have of you enter a knife in okay foggy appears so she couldn't have procured a knife elsewhere he will this is special life isn't it was people's roots she had sold her own problem before he even got involved is especially for the jewels macguffin wishes it would seem that he gives the power to to have other people turn a blind eyes so she can frittis now has made that's how an also lives in the palace she's his daughter she can go where she likes which she could kill the more than leslie anyway undone away with all of this immortal onsun clearly he gives are some power it gives tattoos he doesn't give tattoos dancer it gives our power enough although we don't necessarily sea it has no power to make sure that auto glass repair auto glass replace uh have a field day later on in london.
"roger moore" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Yeah i would say three for decades anyway and still currently on yeah that's a great hinge and not known as a singer no but for gal that's not notice a single sheen bad and i will say this she has a really aged hoesch's a great looking gamco's back into the eighty atrocities '90s to thousands a narrow two thousand seventy s and she hasn't really she looks the same diametrically yet very pretty gallup brunner yes i am a great fan of hers and can make you laugh basically comedy is her forte yes let's go to mary imel wrote to start this hour mary good evening welcome to wban tv i i guess when if it you know that you may pippo unrighteous loyd day yes yes fortunately it like that both i i will say you the pipe on my party take repair that game and i still remember number number thirty seven absolutely right i remember that also i was big pearsall thayn as a kid yes and roger moore who comes right morning seven fanfare stamped no roger moore was on a regular he did do a couple all of them but he was not a regular but he was under apollo for ephraim liberal a swiss from boston you know i do you hit yes mary i did know that and i'm going to finish kate okay i like literally extra hair waste all right thank you number i'm going to stop this one second roger moore did so many more things than just those seven james bond movie excusing the contract with warner brothers back in the day in the fifties into the '60s you saw him or maverick yeah he was as a guest on on a couple mavericks a wound up being ball maverick for one season they had another series wanna brothers there called the alaskans he was on there yeah i think more famous than anything he did to their point was the saint oh he was arming kempler for the saint okay than james i didn't care for the thing that much okay well i i liked 'cause they're like british tv in those days he did a show called reinsured you must have liked epa yes i saw them in person when narain lavigne's way of echo i love that show the served.
"roger moore" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Yeah i would say three for decades anyway and still currently on yeah that's a great inch and not known as a singer no but for gal that's not notice a single sheen bad and i will say this she has a really aged hoesch's a great looking gamco's back into the eighty atrocities '90s to thousands a narrow two thousand seventy s and she doesn't really she looks the same diametrically yet very pretty gallup brunner yes i am a great fan of hers and can make you laugh basically comedy is her forte yes let's go to mary imel wrote start this hour mary good evening welcome to wban tv i i guess when if it you know that you may pippo on radja loyd day yes yes fortunately like they're both i i will say you the place up on my party repair that game in a story remember number number thirty seven absolutely right i remember that also i was big pearsall thayn as a kid yes and roger moore who can right morning seven fence at stamped no roger moore was on a regular he did do a couple of them but he was not a regular but he was under up for ephraim river swiss from boston you know our do you hit yes mary i did know that and i'm going to finish kate okay i like literally extra hair waste all right thank you number i'm going to stop this one second roger moore did so many more things than just those seven james bond movies using the contract with warner brothers back in the day in the fifties into the '60s you saw him or maverick yeah ham he was a guest on on a couple mavericks a wound up being ball maverick for one season they had another series wanna brothers there called the alaskans he was on there yeah i think more famous than anything he did to their point was the sate oh you he was army kempler the saint okay than james i didn't care for the thing that much okay well i i liked 'cause they're like british tv in those days he did a show called reinsured you must have liked epa us air i saw them in person when narain lavigne's way it go i love the show happy served yeah captain peacock rao low company air slowly slocombe yeah she passed away about three.
"roger moore" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM
"Officers club and for twenty 295 you'll get the latest in greatest in the world of cigars woo the name is james bond and one of the bombs passed away earlier this week roger moore serve roger moore who was the second bond second accurate portrayed james bond after the great from conduct sean connery the original i'm some quandary for he by well roger moore i thought was he was very different than sean connory all who were different pierce brosnan the current james bond daniel craig can't stand him not my cup of coffee to beta for me not often off not kind of guy that you see smoking just doesn't look the part like sean connory or pierce brosnan riva roger moore a lot of people didn't like roger because he followed the original and that's a tough act to follow but i actually like roger moore i thought he added a unique perspective to the bond character earlier this week passed away at the age of eighty nine did not realize he was he was eighty nine but he lived long life he starred in seven james bond films over a twelve year period including live and let die the man with the golden gun the spy who love me mood record for your eyes only octopussy andy view to kill actually my one of my favorite bond the movies was which from party pushy galore had pushy pushy going to order outstanding bond movie but for nineteen seventy three to 1985 roger moore portrayed james bond so rest in peace james bought a moore was he played bonn very calmly very suave could get out of any situation with these different than the original sean connery different than pierce brosnan but i actually like roger were thought he did a pretty good job different than sean connery look sean connory was the original.
"roger moore" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend
"A couple episodes ago we were talking about men in robbers and you were like trying to remember on the name of your favorite bond who is not an iconic bond in iran romper but but a different conduct by and we and we couldn't remember roger moore i'm in yeah i mean i don't think it was a remember situation and it was just a member you are you know like a handsome leg old white guys firms like oh leg you know definitely like in the bottom of this bank bank about a you know i dunno your name so then plot twists law twist airways sir roger moore m i'm making up that he was the third ever but she liked di did i know and so afr a friend of the podcast texted texted gina ray and was like oh my gosh i hope that they never forget my name because it's basically a death sentence and i was like well deep superstition anyway roger moore sorry we forgot your name ariake roger moore thank you for your legacy also coldblooded clear girlfriend sometimes but also this is funny because we have in wanting to talk for a long time about our shared passion for reading obituaries like i would say in the links that we send each other a high percentage are obituaries of women who have done incredible things who we have like somehow never heard of yes because i mean there so it it's insane.
"roger moore" Discussed on Men In Blazers
"Beautiful roach tears won't chapman remarkable ma'am and listening to you david read that reminds me of the moment's silence before the fa cup this weekend rally as a moment of silence said so much reinforced by the rule they instantly fully so to manchester and listeners we should be careful of each other we should be kind while lewis still tower tough week davor because that be remiss if we didn't mention the death of roger moore roaches on a lot of raja loss most of it quite good but this one terrible crush me i took it haunt they've we once had an argument on men in blazes you told me and i love this could i think it's a right you tell me the can tell pretty much everything you need to know about a person by who their favorite james bond this i'm pretty sure i read that somewhere and tim may un's down i'll say this dave roggio the greatest bombed i think probably the reason that that shocked me is because the qualities the roger moore at a solemn lightly qualities the have i see you as i see you is much more of a brooding daniel craig the day the than a roger moore sort of a happygolucky jaunty alarm you know he was he was the smooth bond the original smooth bond before pierce brosnan inherited the roger moore mantle he was so smooth is so good the first bond movie either went and saw at cinema at the studio six and seven in lewisham was live and let die wallabies i've been terrified of snakes ever since that was i believe the first roger moore bond movie there was nineteen seventy three because i have assorted cinema studios six and seven live and let die that was roger most i and.
"roger moore" Discussed on WDEL 1150AM News Talk Radio
"Two thousand four hundred am trivia and primoz ain't just a huggy it's free maza for our twentyfive dr gift kerr gift card gift certificates to the winner and with the death of roger moore one more question that is a little bit more inside the one we did yesterday but kind of fascinating this came up in his autobiography also came up in some other reporting interview since i roger moore said there was one actress with whom he worked in a in a bonn flakes with whom he had the great disagreements and really found her well to be your off the wall and just out of the well he didn't want to go into it a lot in his biography except to say she kept the stereo i'm loud she showed up late on the sat who was that and there was the last bond flick by roger moore which most people agree was probably the worst of all of them uh so what was the name of the actress singer with whom roger moore did not agree at all on just found her distasteful which one i hesitate to say romantic interest in the movie really didn't seem like that either you got all those tell in the movie i thought but anyway of four again a premo helgi your gift certificate gift card upstate five two nine one one seven five to nine a one seven five two nine one seven downstate eight three nine one five nine eight three nine one five nine by the way the movie was of you to a kill that helps at all delaware newsnew coming.
"roger moore" Discussed on KTRH
"Now you're freire feature sixty seconds with sheriff prior roger moore british sir roger moore kills personal partly the impact of an actor playing a continuing an indelible role for youngsters he was one of several devilish seventh cinematic british by james bond had added personal reaction because they met more when you medicare the appearance in your almost twenty years ago he was charming he charmed yes as the character from the tv series the really now way of not being bond once you then he met here with one of the girls as they renowned actress and former historian lowest child's he was a good had to his bond in muckraker story nasa connections better fulfilling still that was in the day when movie stars were charming and for the most part not political one hera brings you the stories that matter every weekday starting at five on houston's morning news with match patrick on news radio seven forty ktrh yeah i yeah yeah.
"roger moore" Discussed on KGO 810
"We check in with dennis will flicked nation dot net see what's new in the world of streaming by before we do that a huge james bond banned that i know that you are to denison roger moore passed away at the age of eighty nine and the daily beast has as a column an article that say entitled what made sir roger moore the best james bond and they're about four or five articles i've seen the headlines of the roger moore of the best bond ever the best bond passes away and i'm sorry but i liked roger moore but that's just ridiculous so hurry the killers i willing do agree with uh you know i i like him obviously you with my first bond i was a kid me to move it before i saw anything other films you know by his own admission he was on the great actor he made a joke one time about his way interacting be limited it was eyebrows you know he perhaps going through the seven films that he did and and probably that the two best they've out of the seven three were good i would say the three there were good were the spy who love me probably for your eyes only and an octopus the rest of them you know the moon rectors unwatchable guy i would echo star wars cast grab iowa despite love me and i love you it's only for that reason the thing is wicked joke about roger moore is lacking ability and he did but yet there was something very likeable at instantly iconic about your love daniel correct but daniel craig couldn't do what roger moore that now the ball on where he showed up and played a guy who believe you roger gore he could perry tell and still have that movie stars thatcher without ever looking like a fool is he will lot of people that may not know are remember was that you know he loved that was roger moore who replaced james garner on maverick that was his glad i totally for that was his i just got a whole series of dvd that that was that was his introduction to american television and the other thing too you know the last of the last roger moore bond was done here in the bay area of you to a kill which which is also unwatchable and it and it was all sat in my neck.