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"roma downey" Discussed on X96

X96

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"roma downey" Discussed on X96

"Nonlife threatening injuries. Police are still trying to identify the suspect who fled on a bicycle. Apparently there's bad blood there. I guess Donald Trump. According to this article in The New York Times, is losing his touch. And so is His longtime collaborator in the entertainment industry. Mark Burnett, You did you catch Steve Harvey's Thunderdome on NBC, ABC. How about world's best on CBS? The contender on Epix, or world's toughest race ICO Challenge on Amazon, Amazon Prime or the Christian themed dramas? A D. The Bible continues on NBC or Messiah on Netflix? No, didn't you didn't catch any of those other? Well, you're not alone. The man behind those string of flops is Mark Burnett. The legendary TV producer who shake Donald Trump's image from the Apprentice through his 2016 campaign and like his greatest creation, Mr Trump, who sought and then lost an idiotic television ratings war on Thursday when Joe Biden Mr Burnett seems to be struggling to keep his grip. On the cultural moment as well. And there's a whole story here in The New York Times about how He has gone from being a, you know, Producer where everything he touched by an angel. He's married A Roma Downey. He was gonna have a whole Studio dedicated to Christian movies. That's never gone anywhere. But there is the thought that he will keep his Keep himself attached to Donald Trump. And when Donald Trump is no longer president. Which Hopefully a soon He will develop projects with Donald Trump. White House Apprentice. Well, yeah, or there's a talk here in this article to about Donald Trump's 24 Hour news. Trump television s. So we'll see how that goes. It's boner fight.

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"roma downey" Discussed on The Moratorium

The Moratorium

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"roma downey" Discussed on The Moratorium

"Enter sanctum to we've talked about that. These are all like straight to video strata video. Nobody. I'm here's finding forrester that was A. Gus Van Sant Movie. Okay. Right that Seems like once his hair goes. White or gray now he's got shit all over the place as a couple for Rod touched by an angel, he was married to Roma Downey I think. This is girlfriend star Trek Enterprise. Wait a minute that wasn't that long ago. You're right. It says in two thousand and three. He broke off a long term relationship the Roma Downey who's Roma Downey she's the redhead chick from touched by an angel. That's that's all you got she kind of looks like You know what? I think I'm getting Dr Quinn Medicine Woman and. Such. Mixed. Up It looks like she's done a lot of religious type movie. Dumpster. God Jesus Awry, we get it we get this role Boehner killer. So I, don't really have a lot to say about him where the Hell Lynch have. We not. We skipped over her the entire pretty much. We mentioned that sheep. Zenit now's about it. I think we just left that up to whoever to figure out. Oh, that's because she comes in later she's you don't see her part with the senator. Yeah. She's like secretary to the center or sanctum so we might see him a little bit. While she was on the TV screen, but we haven't really gotten to the senator portion of this film. I think she is just there to like you. React to. But in nineteen eighty seven during this movie she was forty four years old how But I've never seen anybody. Look so young but still so yeah. kind of thinking well part of it as part of its her hair. A little bit and this movie you know. She's had the same hair has she and everything she's ever been. Yeah. But when she's young with that hair. It's kind of weird I totally forgot she was in kingpin. How can you forget that I? Just I guess I wanted to. Isn't she in several? Of these Oh Gosh. I. Don't even know who makes that like insidious and. Yes she an all of those right and then the spin offs like. Jane's Juan she has been labeled. If you look in her trivia, she'd been labelled as the Godmother of horror. But she got her start nineteen, seventy, five She was the teacher and nightmare on ELM. Street. Oh. I one. Yeah. Right. That was nineteen eighty-four she was in critters..

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"roma downey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

10:25 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To ten seven seven queen or king of real estate dot com a chill Paxman up for some reason Eric holder one of the worst AG's we've ever had is now attacking Bill bar that was the house Judiciary Committee continues debate on impeachment campers reform and doctor Laura on the Joe pad show today at five news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. little sixteen year old has there person of the year now I frankly think it's pathetic I think it's quite indicative that the left and the Democrats on this issue of climate change of bombed out and everything they've tried and I have to talk at people's heartstrings my naming a kidney sixty eight year old child as the person of the year and obviously propagandized and the indoctrinated child let's face it folks the average sixteen year old just hasn't lived long enough to know enough about anything to be considered the pinnacle of expertise around the world rush what Russia is not about the pinnacle of expertise is about somebody shakes the world over there's only one person of the year Donald Trump hi how you can say you know that the media has covered nothing but Donald Trump the media has done nothing but try to destroy Donald Trump Donald Trump survived everything they've thrown at him Donald Trump has created record economic circumstances there's only one person of the year but it ain't no way it's going to be top sixteen year old read the phone book some trump tweets actually trump was reacting to a congratulatory tweet from the actress Roma Downey now I don't have the actual Roma Downey tweet here I got I I don't quit I don't click on Twitter links on this I'll tell you I have such a rising resentment for this for this outfit and what's happening to the whole concept of news and information because of Twitter I just don't click on yeah I know all I know women out liar but I'm not going to change if you ever see me start tweeting folks it's time to call a man in a little white coach the drive a little yellow bus Hey just ain't no I'm weather has become the enemy of not just laziness but reliance on the absolute actress of expertise Twitter has is a bunch a hearsay and all informed opinion that now has taken the place of informed public opinion that's how the media uses it I'm reading some some sports story on Antonio brown the other day and this story contains as evidence for one side of the story what some anonymous person on Twitter thinks be no different than picking a name out of the phone book and called them up what do you think about one twenty and writing the response of the ones I justified source no I get twenty or brown is if the if in fact Antonio brown is the object lesson may be the very first athlete who has destroyed his career on Twitter because that's exactly how we did it he destroyed his career on Twitter at any rate he also sometimes I just can't avoid injecting my personal reactions of Roma Downey tweets I didn't click on the link to the tweet because I did want to see everything involved with it so I don't know what she said but trump publishes his tweets without you having to click on the Twitter like so here's here's trumps reaction to Roman downeast we can graduating Greta phone Berg for being time's person of the year so ridiculous Greta must work on her anger management problem then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend chill granite chill Hey he's treating her as an ever really say how mean how me and then she had some snarky response to and people tell me how mean this trunk destroyed because the bully wait a minute she's just been named the person of the year in a political magazine I'm sorry she's not a sixteen year old kid she's a political leader annoyed by the media and so trump is treating her as an adult exactly like the entire media establishment democratic abolish treating she's such an adult she is the world's foremost authority on climate change now all over Greta fun Burgess treated as if she is a wives educated accomplished world leader she's not treated by leftist as a child she is treated as a peer she is said to be above all of us Russia time magazine's person of the year that makes her infallible so trunks is ridiculous this kid named person of the year this is crazy he's making note of the fact that she's run around at sixteen angry all the time you know she got stranded in the US after came over the United Nations meeting she found some cloud to bring her over here on a sailboat took some months costing Lana Goshen assembled so that your trip will be carbon neutral not you know Hey I had a problem all how does she get back home they had forgotten and how did that sailboat get back on the pilot of the sale that get visible get back home so she had to get on some other boats us why he lay and then she went to south ever why don't we all over the willing to get back to Sweden without making a carbon footprint but the point is trump is it not hit every time she speaks she's mad as hell angry and he thinks Hey you're sixteen take some time to go to a movie chill out is Donnie in Dallas not in Dallas great to have you on the E. I. B. network rush in Florida hello Sir Hey Russia thinks they can I call you back you know up until this morning I was thinking I wanted to send it to make a big long drag out drug out trial and you you know get button up there and hunter and all that and point out the hypocrisy but you know after hearing that sound like this morning of a bit of the fight and quid pro quo thank you make me think that they support keep an employee go ahead and quit front as fast as possible and get him into the general election and then bring all that out you know it can be a real quick campaign advertising or something like that and you shall bind who's really is no wait I don't know why couldn't you do that in what you originally wanted which was a thorough and comprehensive trial why couldn't they include dividing been in that white why they have to go you'll get in get it and get out and then use by it and I don't get the difference well if you think back to the twenty election primaries I think you had a theory that that Hillary wanted trump to win because she thought to be to be so if you keep by an employee for now and then in the general you know you get into the presidency when you can your saying don't take Biden out by exposing his bare Riz my chicanery right leave him in there well let me ask you this Donnie have you heard that yeah the vice president bite me has pledged supporters are saying that he will only serve one term if you want a Donnie but I would think it has to be something about invaders health condition but it but I don't no no no no no no bite me is admitting he's a stop gap to save the party from the radical leftist like crazy burning and down there and focus what he's also saying is you know what only serve one term and I won't even show up you can have somebody else actually president all live in the White House I get the perks but have somebody you want run the country yeah I mean I I can see that kinda like we we had we needed a jerk back to the right money maybe the times to start or no further to the right maybe it's time to deck it back closer to the middle that they're gonna do something because the the pretty lady right now I know they're whackos and and they're and they're being dominated by their whackos well Bloomberg's in a race ostensibly to wrest control of it from the leftists and Biden is essentially saying that the that that's the role that he will play well I did the the the the supposedly attraction of saying you'll only serve one term is that every saying you know well be genuine none of what you would do is going to be geared to re election or fund raising you're going to be able to focus like a laser on your agenda and you won't care because you're not running for reelection but that's in your dreams the way it's actually seen somebody what actually win with that pledge they're a lame duck from the minute they are inaugurated meaning they're not taken seriously and just as the one term guys as I can go pedal to the metal of my agenda so everybody else can go pedal to the metal on white but I'm out when you're dealing with somebody who is already pledging not to run again so half your battles already won the money be beaten the guy before even takes office I don't even think somebody literally honestly making that pledge would win even in these partisan times I I I don't think that's what voters are looking for not looking for stop gaps we're not I know we're not looking to stop gaps we've had it will stop gaps stopgap seven stop living gaps or anything else quick time out back.

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"roma downey" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

09:25 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on 600 WREC

"A way it's going to be trouble sixteen year old brother Thunberg some trump tweets actually trump was reacting to a congratulatory tweet from the actress Roma Downey now I don't have the actual Roma Downey tweet here I got I I don't quit I don't click on Twitter links are just I'm telling I have such a rising resentment for this for this outfit and what's happening to the whole concept of news and information because of Twitter I just don't click on and I know all I know women out liar but I'm not going to change if you ever see me start tweeting folks it's time to call a man in a little white coats the drive a little yellow bus Hey just ain't not I mean some intriguing to Twitter has become the enemy of not just laziness but reliance on the absolute I present of expertise Twitter has is a bunch a hearsay and uninformed opinion that now has taken the place of informed public opinion that's how the media uses it I'm reading some some sports story on Antonio brown the other day and the story contains as evidence for one side of the story what some anonymous person on Twitter thinks me no different than picking a name out of the old phone book can call number what do you think about what I'm Tony and writing the response of those the ones I justified source no I can twenty or brown as it did in fact Antonio brown is the object lesson may be the very first athlete who has destroyed his career on Twitter because it's exactly how he did it he destroyed his career on Twitter at any rate you know sometimes I just can't avoid injecting my personal reactions of Roma Downey tweets I didn't click on the link to the tweet because I did want to see everything involved with it so I don't know what she said but trump publishes his tweets without you having to click on the Twitter link so here's here's trumps reaction the Roma Downey sweet congratulating Greta phone Berg for beating time's person of the year so ridiculous Greta must work on her anger management problem then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend chilled granite chill Hey he's treating her as an ever anything how mean how me and then she had some snarky response to and people tell me how mean this trunk this truck because the bully wait a minute she's just been named the person of the year in a political magazine I'm sorry she's not a sixteen year old kid she's a political leader annoyed by the media and so trump is treating her as an adult exactly like the entire media establishment democratic abolish treating she's such an adult she is the world's foremost authority on climate change now all over the world Greta fun Berg is treated as if she is a wives educated accomplished world leader she's not treated by leftist as a child she is treated as a peer she is said to be above all of us when she time magazine's person of the year that makes our infallible so trunks is ridiculous this kid being person of the year this is crazy and he's making note of the fact that she's running around at sixteen angry all the time you know she got stranded in the US after came over the United Nations meeting she found some cloud to bring her over here on a sailboat took some months across the land of Goshen a sailboat so that your trip will be carbon neutral not you know Hey I had a problem all how does she get back home I had forgotten and then how did that sailboat get back have the pilot of the sale that get a civil go back home so she had to get on some other boats a swatch he way and then she went to south apple why don't we all over the world to get back to Sweden without making a carbon footprint but the point is trump is it not hit every time she speaks she's mad as hell angry and he thinks Hey you're sixteen take some time go to a movie chill out here's Donny in Dallas not in Dallas great to have you on the E. I. B. network rush in Florida hello Sir Hey Russia thinks they can I call you back you know up until this morning I was thinking I wanted to send it to make a big long drag out drug out trial and you you know get button up there and hunter and all that and point out the hypocrisy but you know after hearing that sound like this morning of of beds the bidens quid pro quo thanks to make me think that they should probably keep an employee go ahead and quit trump as fast as possible and get him into the general election and then bring all that out you know it can be a real quick campaign advertising or something like that and the show by infantry who truly is no wait I don't know why couldn't you do that in what you originally wanted which was a thorough and comprehensive trial why couldn't they include dividing been in that white why they have to go you don't get in get it and get out and then use by it and I don't get the difference well if you think back to the twenty election primaries I think you had a theory that that Hillary wanted trump to win because she thought to be to be so if you keep by an employee for now and then in the general you know you get into the presidency when you cannot your saying don't take Biden out by exposing his bare resume a chicanery right leave him in there well let me ask you this Donnie have you heard that jet that vice president bite me has pledged what supporters are saying that he will only serve one term if you want that what do you make of that Donnie ad I would think it has to be something about invaders health condition but it but I don't know I don't know no no no bite me is admitting he's a stop gap to save the party from the radical leftist like crazy burning and down there and focus what he's also saying is you know what only serve one term and I won't even show up you can have somebody else I should be president all live in the White House I get the perks but have somebody you want run the country yeah I mean I I can see that kinda like we we had we needed a jerk back to the right I mean maybe the time to start are you know further to the right maybe it's time to deck it back closer to the middle that they're gonna do something because the the pretty linear right now I know they're whackos and and they're and they're being dominated by their whackos well Bloomberg's in the race ostensibly to wrest control of it from the leftists and Biden is essentially saying that the that that's the role that he will play our well the the the supposedly attraction I'm saying you'll only serve one term is that every saying you know well be genuine none of what you would do is gonna be geared to re election or fund raising you're going to be able to focus like a laser on your agenda and you won't care because you're not running for reelection but that's in your dreams the way it's actually seen somebody what actually win with that pledge they're a lame duck from the minute they are inaugurated meaning they're not taken seriously and just as the one term guys as I can go pedal to the metal on my agenda so everybody else Google peddling the metal on wipe him out when you're dealing with somebody who is already pledging not to run again so have your battles already want you motivate meet in the guy before even takes office I don't even think somebody literally honestly making that pledge would win even in these partisan times I I I don't think that's what voters are looking for not looking for stop gaps we're not I know we're not looking for stop gap we've had it will stop gaps stopgap salmon stop the moving gaps or anything else quick time out back with more after.

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"roma downey" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

07:11 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on WSB-AM

"At any rate you know sometimes I just can't avoid injecting my personal reactions of Roma Downey tweets I didn't click on the link to the tweet because I did want to see everything involved with it so I don't know what she said but trump publishes his tweets without you having to click on the Twitter like so here's here's trumps reaction the Roma Downey sweet congratulating Greta phone Berg for being time's person of the year so ridiculous Greta must work on her anger management problem then go to a good old fashioned movie with a friend chill granite chill Hey he's treating her as it and everything how I mean how me and then she had some snarky response to and people will mean how mean this trunk distraught because the bully wait a minute she's just been named the person of the year in a political magazine I'm sorry she's not a sixteen year old kid she's a political leader annoyed by the media and so trump is treating her as an adult exactly like the entire media establishment democratic abolish treating her she's such an adult she is the world's foremost authority on climate change now all over the world Greta fun Berg is treated as if she is a wives educated accomplish world leader she's not treated by leftist as a child she is treated as a peer she is said to be above all the most precious time magazine's person of the year that makes our infallible so trunks is ridiculous this kid being personal here this is crazy and he's making note of the fact that she's running around at sixteen angry all the time you know she got stranded in the US after came over the United Nations meeting she found some cloud to bring over here on a sailboat took some months across the land of Goshen and say about so that your trip will be carbon neutral doctrinal Hey I had a problem all how does she get back home they had forgotten and then how did that sailboat get back on the pilot of the sale that get a civil go back home so she had to get on some other boat this why he way and then she went to south apple why don't we all over the world to get back to Sweden without making a carbon footprint but the point is trump is ignited every time she speaks she's mad as hell angry and he thinks Hey you're sixteen take some time go to a movie chill out here's Donny in Dallas not in Dallas great to have you on the eve I be network rush in Florida hello Sir Hey Russia thinks they can I call you back you know up until this morning I was thinking I wanted to send it to make a big long drag out drug out trial and you you know get button up there and hunter and all that and point out the hypocrisy but you know after hearing that sound bite this morning of a bit of the bidens quid pro quo thanks to make me think that they should probably keep an employee go ahead and quit trump as fast as possible and get him into the general election and then bring all that out you know it can be a real quick campaign advertising or something like that and you show by the printer who truly is no wait I don't know why couldn't you do that in what you originally wanted which was a thorough and comprehensive trial why couldn't they include dividing been in that white why they have to go you'll get in get it and get out and then used by and I don't get the difference well if you think back to the twenty election primaries I think you had a theory that that Hillary wanted trump to win because she thought to be the debate so if you keep by an employee for now and then in the general you know you guarantee the presidency when you can your saying don't take Biden out by exposing his barbarism a chicanery right leave him in there well let me ask you this Donnie have you heard that jet that vice president bite me has pledged supporters are saying that he will only serve one term if you want what do you make of that Donnie but I would think it has to be something about invaders health condition but it but I don't know I don't know no no no bite me is admitting he's a stop gap to save the party from the radical leftist like crazy burning and down there and focus what he's also saying is you know what only serve one term and I won't even show up you can have somebody else actually president all live in the White House I get the perks but have somebody you want run the country yeah I mean I I can see that kinda like we we had we needed a jerk back to the right I mean maybe the times to start or no further to the right maybe it's time to deck it back closer to the metal that they're gonna do something because the pretty linear right now I know they're whackos and and they're and they're being dominated by their whackos well Bloomberg's in a race ostensibly to wrest control of it from the leftists and Biden is essentially saying that the that that's the role that he will play well the the the supposedly attraction of saying you'll only serve one term is that every saying you know well be genuine none of what you would do is gonna be geared to re election or fund raising you're going to be able to focus like a laser on your right gender and you won't care because you're not running for reelection but that's in your dreams the way it's actually seen somebody what actually win with that pledge they're a lame duck from the minute they are inaugurated meaning they're not taken seriously and just as the one term guys as I can go pedal to the metal on my agenda so everybody else can go pedal to the metal on white but him out when you're dealing with somebody who is already pledging not to run again so half your battles already want you motivate meet the guy before even takes office I don't even think somebody literally honestly making that pledge would win even in these partisan times I I I don't think that's what voters are looking for not looking for stop gaps we're not I know we're not looking for stop gap we've had it will stop gaps stopgap seven stop the moving gaps or anything else quick time out back with more after.

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"roma downey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:52 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Now I don't have the actual Roma Downey tweet here I I I don't quit I don't click on Twitter links are just I'm telling I have such a rising resentment for this for this outfit and what's happening to the whole concept of news and information because of Twitter I just don't click on and I know all I know women out liar but I'm not going to change if you ever see me start tweeting folks it's time to call a man in a little white coach that drive a little yellow bus Hey just ain't not I made some interesting weather has become the enemy of not just laziness but reliance on the absolute at present of expertise Twitter has is a bunch a hearsay and uninformed opinion that now has taken the place of informed public opinion that's how the media uses it reading some some sports story on Antonio brown the other day and this story contains as evidence for one side of the story what some anonymous person on Twitter thanks be no different than picking a name out of the old phone book can call number what do you think about one twenty and writing the response of as though it's a justified source when all I can tell me brown as it did in fact Antonio brown is the object lesson may be the very first athlete who has destroyed his career on Twitter because it's exactly how he did it he destroyed his career on Twitter yeah yeah the rate you know sometimes I just can't avoid injecting my personal reactions of Roma Downey tweets I.

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"roma downey" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on KOMO

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"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

03:37 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"And I think he just you know, how many times can you interview Roma Downey, you know. Yeah. Good question. I mean, and so he's he's happy. And he's been like, you know, people get whatever reputation they get. But he's been great to me. And I personally get along with them. So I'm not unaware of the dialogue that's around him, and you can speak to other people. But I just haven't experienced it. Like, I had to say that about Kimmel thousand times everyone thinks he's now I I have had. And that I think we've all have version of that where you just have to say to people. He's nice to me like I get along with that person. And everyone goes you gotta understand what do that. And I go I we get along. He's hilarious to me. We have a great time together. You know? He's a buddy. Wow. I love not. No, I did not know that was possible. And is he working or is he like self imposed retirement or dizzy, yeah? He's he's sort of happily retired. Here's a very funny Instagram cower, he just poses with martinis every couple days and talks about how happy is. And he's wearing a blazer and sitting beneath a painting. And he just does that I think and enjoys looking at flowers and stuff, so he got your emails once the trend started that there were using you. He said, I should just hire this guy. And here you there were well, he didn't I didn't Email him directly, right like producer. But he just got the sense that this guy is e mailing in and having a lot of success. And then my friend, Alex who was working there vouch for me said needs actually good, and I was doing stand up at the time. I'd been doing stand up maybe seven years and made a total of eleven thousand dollars. I mean, I was really sort of suffering. How? Did you get to the family guy? So I was out of the brass monkey which the karaoke bar and again. Yup. My buddy Alec was there. And this was before Seth was really a celebrity. He was just a guy who made this cartoon. And I don't think there was as much awareness of who he is. So they were there that night and Alex to me Seth has to host some Canadian video game awards ceremony in like a week. He needs some jokes. No, one at family guy wants to write these jokes. Can you meet me at his house tomorrow morning and do it at the time? I was single and I was like, yeah. I don't care. I'll go up there. And right some jokes. And then that day for some reason I was funnier than I'd ever been before. Or since like, I was just on frigging fire. And so he had this disproportionately positive impression of me that I'm still scared that he's going to reconcile who I am with like who he thinks. I was. From one day in two thousand seven it is funny when chokes become a job next 'cause it's like it's so funny because Kimmel will do the same thing. Like camel's going to host the blockbuster wards any needs some monologue jokes in the rise. Come on. Yeah. We're not paying jokes down. I love how we can turn anything in a work. Yeah. Anything in the drudgery and writers can complain about anything there sensually professional complainers. And it's always like we get paid to write jokes. Don't make it on the air and then eat for free not to write for the blockbuster boards. If someone likes writing they probably suck at it. Because you know, the people who complain to me, it's it's like..

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"roma downey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

10:13 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"The best movie reviewer in the business. No question about it. I have some more questions that I want to get to Ken dog couple of regarding the Oscars. And then a movie that I had never heard of. And I want to ask him about because I was intrigued by this one too. But before we do that we let the listeners go first Lewis is joining us from me, Sacramento. Howdy lewis. Hi, paul. Hi. Hi. Hello. I. Actually last night. I rented on IT. I watched at eternity gates that will leave the facility on the tobacco. Oh, yes. Yes. And have you seen it? I've only seen portions of it. I got a copy of it. That was bad. Unfortunately for screener. And I want to watch it again. Now, it's available. I'm going to I'm going to rent it on Amazon and check it out. I mean, obviously buffalo coaching it. You know, the story launcher most people do some of the one man show with low. Fun of law could have been one man Broadway. Yeah. And I've heard there's been I don't know if I recall controversy that sounds too much, but there have been a little bit of discussions about the murder plot. Of some kind with with him in it. And some people are like, yeah, that's real another like that's fake. That's one of the registered in seeing it all the way through. Interrupting right up at the very end about a book on that. I found extremely interesting. It's like a one or two cents each about long. I thought that was interesting. Yeah. Kind of like a coda. The movie I found to be rather slot. I did want to just pick up real briefly. What you talked about a movie what plans portfolio, right? Take you someplace movie that I saw recently that good one more than the other, but your movie buff. I would highly recommend both of these different than anything else you'd ever want. One of them is under the skin which. Which? Under the skin is that the one with Scarlett Johansson. Oh, yes, I've seen that one time. Rony break watch the trailer. Absolutely blew me away. Okay. The other one the other one is. The ex machina ex- ex- one of the better science fiction films in the last ten years or so. What? Psychological. Oh, yes. It is pure science fiction. My wife hated it. Because she thought it was supposed to be an action film. And it's like, no, no, no. Mindell up empathic. But I'd love to hear your your take on both of those movies. You said your movie lover. You hear people talk about movies that you watched in exchange viewpoint from all really when you said that you liked one a little better than the other. I'm taking it under the skin is the one you prefer the I love both the little skin with maybe one notch more. So intriguing about it with a lot of the lack of dialogue. Yeah. There's very little dialogue in this film. Now, some people may be put off by the pacing. 'cause I I would call it leisurely. So there's a lot of stuff where it takes a lot of time for things to happen. In the meantime, it's replaced by atmosphere, which is very very good. But if you want a quick, boom, boom, boom, you're going to be disappointed. But if you want to soak it in that's it is a movie that literally soak atmosphere. Oh in watch it in a room. I tell you at the beginning you'll be gone come on what's going on. In the last off just like whole month is this would this be considered? What what John removing very much under the skin is almost like fi horror. Okay. Well, that's interesting. Whore. Always. Rainbow unicorn. Always. Well, let let me clarify. The first half is definitely the setup is definitely hor based very much. I would I would compare it to the shining in terms of tone. It does change a little bit more into an alien sci-fi kind of hybrid in the second half of the film. See what you're talking about joining us. But again, you say that Lewis said this is a movie with very little dialogue. From the main character. Yes, you know, what it doesn't need it? Okay. That needed at all. Well, glad you brought that up actually Lewis is I want to now discuss a couple of more movies, it may sort of fit that sort of same realm. So Lewis, it's a pleasure to talk to you. Thank you. Thanks for calling in tonight. So I want to mention two other movies one when he says that it has very little dialogue movie that I truly enjoyed years ago. I think maybe two thousand very I don't know. I can't really remember exactly when it came out. Maybe two thousand six you'll know better than me, obviously, had very little dialogue and to this day. I look at that movie as wow was that an intense movie apocalypse, though. Yes. Yes. Mel Gibson direct that was just follow up to the passion of the Christ apocalyptic, which had very little dialogue and sometimes. When they decided to talk. It was all subtitled. Yeah. Yeah. And and I'm not a I'm not a guy is going to go seek out a movie that Saul subtitles. But man, I that one right there. There are some extremely intense moments. Well, that movie where I was just blown away. It's the first time you've actually ever seen that dramatized from the point of view of the Mayan slash Inkens, flashing lights. And then the then the the the sub-tribes if you will the ones that were victimized. Yeah. And the guy who plays Jaguar paw is just dynamic again without dialogue and Mel Gibson can framing action piece like you can not believe. Yeah. There's a part again. I mean, it's an old movie. But I always feel like I'm giving something away when they're up on the I guess the temple or whatever. About to happen. I it takes your breath away. What are you going to say I was just gonna say with the superheroes onerous seeming to of run its cycle again. And again seems like Roma Downey and some of those folks are coming back now with there's a project that's coming out called Jesus. The story of Jesus Christ. You know, you've got this film that you're discussing right now. I'm wondering if the the prophetic if the religious if if that's the direction that we're going to start seeing the trend going as opposed to superheroes. Actually, I'm thinking, it'll always have a the religious ones will always have a powerful niche and especially around March and April because they know when they get their audiences. But you're seeing diversification. There is one oh, man. It's got Christie Mets from this is us, and it's about a kid who falls in the ice and for the life of me. I can't remember the title. But it's another one about faith, but it's grounded in faith and Mike Colter from Luke cage a net. Flicks is in it. It actually looks pretty good. I'm not a profoundly religious. But I do enjoy movies that discuss it. I do enjoy movies to discuss faith on an earth level. You know? Level human level. Not not the cramming down your exactly exactly and they see these studios. Are the religious studios are doing it more subtly? Now, they're giving you human experience and backdrop against the frame of faith, which works. I don't know. How big that is? But it's been getting a little bit bigger. And I think it's going to remain powerful niche to jump back into the movies without a diet without too much dialogue. I didn't know anything about this movie. I guess I missed the boat last year on this one. Maybe you guys have seen it. What I understand about it. He kind of reminded me of Lewis's call about under the skin. I have no idea if it's even anything like it. But but the kind of. Where he was describing it I want to know more about a movie called a quiet place. Oh, oh, well, you I don't know if you remember I review of it. But it was in my top ten and PG thirteen horror films, usually leave me cold because you're missing something. It doesn't have to be grew in gore, but the intensity that you can get with an R film has to be there. This one proved me wrong PG thirteen it has a lot of violence, but it's implied violence, and this is a masterpiece of sound design. Okay. Because when I was listening to the sound is what they were doing using egg timers and things not even that. But the lack of sound for the first half of the film, especially nobody wanted to eat their popcorn because it's almost like a silent film. Okay. Because of the premise, you have these creatures that have invaded. You don't know why or how they get the name, but they hunt. They're blind. But they hunt strictly by sound their entire head is an ear. It can they can. I mean functions is an ear, and they're big they're powerful. They got teeth and claws. And if you make a noise, you're dead. And so this family led by. Director John Christine is real life wife, Emily blunt. They have their family has put together a way of being absolutely silent. Now, I don't know how well this would work in the real world, you can probably pick it apart. But for the context of the film, it's brilliant, you know, from from setting down sand to walk barefoot. So they don't make creaking noises in the house. Everything is rugs. Everything is. And so for the first half of the film. They are completely silent. Sign language one of their daughters is played by a real life deaf. Actress showing actress who is terrific and she's deaf in the movie, obviously. And again, I can't tell you how much narrative you can get out of it.

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"roma downey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

13:24 min | 2 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Its course is it time to give third party a shot. We'll debate with Chris Holbrooke cheer, the libertarian party of Minnesota and Republican liberty caucus chairs Xavier Bicket on closing argument with Walter Hudson in our new time slot eight to ten weeknights on twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty and one or three five. The twin cities news talk AM eleven thirty and one zero three five FM curious where everybody lands on Amy Clovis shar in her very would. We will be a very snowy cold announcement on Sunday, drew. Are you still are you still firmly? I you know, I said I've made the prediction longtime time ago, and I'm just going to stick with it wrong. Dug in I've said all along that Amy klobuchar flirtations with running for president are the same as her flirtations with being selected as VP or the next supreme court Justice during the Obama years, it's it's all just a PR move to make her seem more important to Minnesotans, then she is on the national stage. Yeah, I think he's going to go up on that stage. I think she's gonna make a big announcement that she is Minnesota's hero because she's going to stay working for Minnesota. She's going to focus on Minnesota. She's not gonna go along with all those rumors about her running for president. She's going to focus on her. Constituents. She doesn't need a PR boost in Minnesota. She's like thirty point favorite. But why she such a favourite is because she's it's like Coca Cola doesn't need to advertise in the Super Bowl. Yeah. You gotta you gotta be consistent. It's the it's the consistent branding. It's the consistent market marketing of her as a much bigger deal than she actually is that make that leads to her doing so well and every election in Minnesota. I was just going to say, I think she's kind. She reminds me of Palencia in this way, where she has this big national appeal because if you don't pay too much attention polenta seemed like a great idea, and then you get to go play really do that much. And he's not that impressive spot and the same way. And if you're smart, she will stay where she is. Because she is very good at being where she is. She selenium the democratic version of Tim polenta spot you go to big you'll expose your weaknesses in a way that will not well, then make it harder for you to be good at what you were before. You know, I I have to push back just lately because obviously. That's the only way you can put. Wow. So sorry, Nick. So sorry. We know you try to take Mr. clover shirt of Washington blizzard for this. Go back and look though, whether it's Michelle Bachmann at temple anti Kubeck and look at the relentless negative local media coverage as they were gearing up and rolling out there presidential announcements here. It's Amy Cova shar absolute. She'd have him. Coco. There's going to be a band warming. Huts was going to be warming huts actually, really smart about this stuff though. She does. She's really good at it. Yes. I agree. She's got it. She's whoever's on her team when it comes to marketing when it comes to PR yak, she'll scream at them if they're not. I think she's a, and as we said before it would be the most Amy Globus Sharif thing to do to have this big press announcement and say, I'm here to tell you everybody staying, and here's a bunch of people to talk about how happy they are that I've stated staying that would be a very Amy Globus thing to do. I do think she's going to to to announce that she is running and my confidence in my stance has depleted quite a bit this week with the with the big production of a of an announcement on boom island with bands and cocoa. And all that. And I know we didn't get a chance to talk about it with Representative Tom Emmer. But I know that he's been he's been very up front of like don't don't underestimate her know do not do not under underestimate, you know, the kind of draw she can have even if you know people outside of Minnesota just cannot pronounce her name. I gotta I gotta play that audio for its hysteria. I don't underestimate her as a politician, she's savvy and she's smart. She you know, she knows what she's doing right. You wouldn't have had the career that she's had had she not had some modicum of of skill when it comes to the the the the politics of it, all I I have a hard time imagining how she's going to elevate herself over the over more provocative more headline grabbing depends. It depends where the party goes. Right. Because if you look if you go back. Twenty five twenty six years. You'll find a democrat party that had options to go far left and very extreme young southern governor unknown. Comes to the forefront. As what is hell. Electable reasonable alternative to a very very popular incumbent president and George Herbert Walker Bush and Bill Clinton rises above the fray. Gary he goes above who's the really got lucky to Gary Hart got taken out. Yeah. Is the popular president now? Sorry. I was just wondering who that was. I couldn't resist other one seventy six percents CPS viewers hit the state of the union park out of the state of the union address out of the park seventy six percent of CBS viewers over ninety. Are you kidding me? And they all vote. So they're still alive until you're watching heaven can wait. Roma Downey coming out everything. Right now. So I think even touched by an angel. But I'll let that go. So if Democrats go for a reasonable electable alternative rate straight in the mix of things that being said. Nothing leading up to this as identified that. That's what they're going for right? Yeah. The the the term electable alternative, I think has a very a very negative connotation about around. It think you could say that about both parties. I mean, that's what led to Trump. Right. I mean, everybody during the primaries was like what Trump's not electable Marco Rubio's electable, John casick is electable. You have all these more electable alternatives to Donald Trump and everybody was like screw that. We won't Trump John Kerry was the electable guy against George Bush. He was the safe sort of moderate ish, right? Mitt Romney was the electable alternative to Obama. Yeah. That's a dangerous trap to fall in for either party. And I think both parties have have learned that lesson over the last few cycles. I'm not saying she wouldn't be good at it. But we have not really seen her demonstrated an ability to work really well, like really thorny controversial political stuff. She tends to stick to pretty safe. Stuff's small things not going to happen. If you run the big the big ticket. I I don't think I think the. Personally, I think she's gonna find out very quickly that her appeal her broad appeal doesn't extend beyond the state of Minnesota. I just don't see that. I personally just an observation of mine when I watch her speak. I just don't find her being being very genuine and an appealing. She puts me off because the cub that falls into that thing of why she is the Senator or small things she doesn't want. She's never wanted to put herself out there. When it comes to really, bold issues are provocative issues are take bold stances or put herself in a position where she's going to draw a lot of attention for something. She said or something she introduced that's never been her ammo. I think our strengths it'd be combination were legal expertise in her likeability, which is better put to use on Senate committees than it is, you know, running for president Nick, we wanna get to what you have you have coming up. I notice something you wanted to to mention real quick though. Just as as an example, this was this was a wire Ben Shapiro. He was talking about Amy klobuchar, and it just it cracks me up because just again anecdotal. But I kind of tells you how well she's not known outside of Minnesota. Meanwhile, Amy klobuchar who was kind of the great moderate for people who are not insane in the Democratic Party Britain getting slammed with Otto at least three people have withdrawn from consideration to lead. Senator but tries nascent twenty twenty presidential campaign and have done so in part because of the Minnesota Democrats history of mistreating her staff, according to the Huffington Post clobbered plans to make an announcement about a potential presidential bid on Sunday in Minneapolis has spent the past several months positioning herself to run for president his beloved in her state as a smart funny personable lawmaker has gained national attention. But some former club are staffers. Hosts on condition of anonymity described club. Try so bitterly demeaning first of cruelty and make it difficult to work in her office for long. So we'd better fond. Farewell, Tamie club char before the mantra, sir campaign. He does sound like a member of the lollipop. No, you can't allow up. I love a lot of what he has to say. It I admire the fact that he is somewhat fearless. But holy cow. Is he grading to listen to? I had a point not to attack people for how they sound. Awful. Although he does make you look tall. He's your next. He makes you look tall and sound better. Hey. So Nick, we know that you wanted to we know that you wanted to mention of got to the news quiz this morning. Well, we've been working for the last about a year now ever since the United States Supreme court decision on sports betting. And so the Senate will be rolling out a plan in the house will be rolling out a plan. I'm proud to announce that co along with pack Ruffalo a Bill to legalize sports betting in the state of Minnesota as it's now allowed by the decision of the supreme court last year Lovie rolling that out hopefully by the end of the week next week. It's a long up hill fight the tribal casinos in Minnesota control really a lot of the terrain. And so they've already they've already a letter without seeing any language or any of the proposals. They've got to come out. And just said, hey, we don't want to rush this. We're not interested in doing that this session, you know, and just kind of put their feet down. Does that effectively kill it? I mean, I I, you know, you have to introduce it, and you know. Anything that any change like this? It takes it often takes several sessions of of introducing and reintroducing get your Sunday sales. For Sunday sales is a perfect example. I would say a pretty forcefully that the travel casinos don't vote in the Minnesota house or the Minnesota centers two hundred one elected legislators, we're going to put a lot of pressure on. I think what you what people will see in what we all out. Next next week has a couple of tenants. It's an open market a free market. It does not in any way. We've rented it should not alienate the gambling establishments already operating and the state of Minnesota. I'm it's inclusive, and it has it will have one of the lowest tax rates for sports betting in the entire nation. And even with that, it still would be a massive windfall. Yes. A massive windfall. Legalize sports betting. So far the money is insane. In just feel illegal to me. It's not illegal inevitable to me. I'd say part of just like why are we slowing down? This thing that we all known ten years is gonna be legal is this do it. And I think the reality is this has the ability to take it out of the book. He's hands. Did they get out of the black market to take it off the off shore websites to regulate it closely to make sure that the books are fair, and they're being managed taxes will be at a minimum just to manage the program. It will be an inclusive program. And I think they're I it's an uphill battle. But I think it is possible that next January February you can legally place bets on the Super Bowl next year. Fantastic. I'm glad you guys are working on that. You have just a few minutes left to use the hashtag ATC and T, and let us know who you think is going to win this morning's news quiz. Whether it's comedian Brian Miller Representative Nick Zerwas, our producer Sam you're gonna win a pair of monster jam tickets if you predict correctly. And you will be entered into a random drawing after the show for those monster jam tickets. So get your ticket now use the hash tag on Twitter. We'll be right back with the Friday news. You're listening to.

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"roma downey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:53 min | 3 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"On the west coast. It is Martin Luther King's celebration day is birthday, of course, was earlier in the month. But this is the Dan, which we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King himself, one of America's great culture shapers then now and into the future. Speaking of which that's why I wanted to have aas Hillman on day because there is going to gather in Washington DC at the end of March, March twenty eight to thirty first a culture shapers summit and Oz is running at ease. The president marketplace leaders, but he is running this culture shapers summit. Good morning. Welcome to hughhewitt shout, Hugh, so good to be with you. And looking forward to having you at our summit. I'm looking forward to talking to it across seven silos arts and entertainment business church education, family, media and government. What is the purpose of the culture shapers summit? Well, the purpose is to bring leaders in those Sears to discover where God is moving in the Sears. What can we do to be more effective to be salt and light in the culture, and to really engage others in this process? And and understand how do we really be culture shapers? Now. I know you got a bunch of people coming I'm one of forty different people, but who should register. And by the way, best website to register. What is it culture? Shapers summit dot com. That's easy Schafer's summit culture shapers summit dot com. It's in Washington DC, the twenty eighth through the thirty first of March who should come anyone who's concerned about the culture anybody who operates in business government education family media arts, and entertainment, even pastors anyone who's concerned about the direction of our nation and want to have a better understanding of how we can. Be instruments of culture change for Christ. And what do you mean, by culture change? I mean, you know, when when the bible speaks of being salt and light, it means, you know, that affects the culture that is sticks people that those that we operate with that we work with that we're in a community with and so it's really about just having influenced through our lives now yesterday. My pastor preached on it interesting. You mentioned go from Genesis to revelation because you're talking about language in the tower babble and things like that. And what the great commission means. And it really does mean to go into the culture. It just means you have to go into every you talk about the seven mountains of the culture, but it's just everyday life. And we end up if we don't do that we ended up with this Covington Catholic kids story, we ended up with meltdowns everywhere and screaming everywhere. There is a different way to go. Exactly. Exactly. And you know, I think that you know, Jesus served a great model. For us by being a problem solver. And I think as we as believers become problem solvers and some of these areas for the right reason, then we can have influence in the culture, Roma Downey coming out a bunch of people come into this thing. But you're also offering a pre registration discount if they get registered by the end of this month, even though it's not until the end of March exactly about worry. I sell they'll say three hundred dollars if they register at culture shapers summit dot com. And so that's a good motivation for registering that that's why I wanted to have you on now because I want people to realize don't throw three hundred dollars away. This makes sense to you. The pastor youth pastor para church worker, dedicated Christian professional in any of the silos, whether it's business or education is what does marketplace leaders do by the way. We helped to equip men and women to see their work as a ministry and a calling. So we help them understand the spiritual nature of their work life, Paul. And so we do that.

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"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"He married a woman for Greek card for a year. He he's he's made six hundred billion dollars if this country groom at Downey's, not even from here. Of course, they are. That's why they hate America. We've got to build that wall. That's a Roma town. He's running around. He does heal people. She there's this whole weird Christian that she goes around heels, he talks about it. Healing people Roma down. Well, we booker's the she shedding that fucking Bruce on her Daffy bruise. Yeah. I don't. Oh, we're showing a picture of Roma. Downey got this Bruce tonight when Tom Arnold tried to ambush me, my husband, Mark and meet at a charity event is your TV show worth at Tom. The irony of they did the apprentice was that worth it do. Here's a crazy thing. Here's you've ever the office this show. Jed jed a Fisher. She was talking to her about fifth forty feet away. She saw Margaret choke beach. Like, What what am am I I? got my husband's choking tomorrow? She ran into the scrub Brian Fogel had his photo Philby. By the way, the documentary vaguer. Kicked his phone out of his head. What are the odds? That's god. I have with the guy that won the Oscar for the best documentary last year of all people in Hollywood to go to this party. He has his phone out me. He doesn't know what he's like I'm gonna fill this party. Would I supposed to buy mother? We'll see this. And that's what Mark Burnett decides to choke me. Would you rather? Would you rather be the president Mark Burnett? Donald Trump or Joey buttafuoco. Well, Nancy Pelosi is going to be the president. Really? Yes depot. She's getting she's getting her face is getting away from her hair. She is a bad as she's gotta get closer. Bad ass. I say that for Republicans Democrats life. Hey, look at all those people out there looking out there, all she's a badass. Plus e e she yes what she do. Why do we like, well, I had the privilege probably the last three weeks before the the bitch herbs of of giddy be fairly close to. She's a she's a positive person the president. Yep. Well. Yeah. Well. What do you think? Order succession kind of. I think. The house. I think she'd probably have to spinoff ride right there. Twenty twenty. They do. I mean, it's going to be. Happy fairly quick I'll let you look into them pays..

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"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:50 min | 3 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Have you ever heard a bad word about her never heard anyone talk shit about? She tweets. A picture says home. I got Tom Arnold attacked me. And my husband at a Hollywood party because stupid TV show is it worth atop people. Love her Christians all over the world. Oh, that's right. She's always like on. Touched by handle or something. She heals people around the world. Visit fact that she. Yes, it's are they both very religious. Well, that's that's funny. Read Patrick keeps New Yorker piece about it. Just fuck. Investigate shifted. In Rome is let me ask you this. If I did attack the most powerful show is Eddie's fucking wife at a Hollywood party would I be asked to leave the Hollywood party. No, I was the last person there. So that's a weird thing to have happened. Arrested. Right. Yeah. I I agree at what point this guy. Let's talk. Let's let's let's talk about at what point. Yes. Because I feel in a way 'cause we go so far back, and I've seen so many stages of your of your life. That's that question. Right there. Is there something weird where that is? Okay. Okay. Forget about be. Let's say you see all these stages. But is that? Okay. No. Will look none of it's. Okay. But is it? Okay. That the guy that created the myth of Donald Trump and his cover for him and was in with him at the State Department two weeks ago. I don't know. I feel like everyone knew Trump was before. He put him on a okay is it? Okay. That guy flew to Syria four times to beat the shard. Whatever save is to do a reality show. Hip two thousand seventeen. Ooh. It was with Putin two thousand fifteen ok well here. Okay. Tom, I feel the need to intervene here for by saying this. I do I think about this stuff all the time. You know, there's so much going on. There's so much insanity. It's kind of what's in that hot dog. You'll never eat another hot dog. There's that sort of. Doug. I worked at a beat. Peggy Ryan true. You know? I'm saying it a certain point you have your health. You have your family your your live. You're living on on the west side. I don't know to certain point. You gotta get on with it. That's what you do that. That's what you should do. That's what you should do. But if you feel at I respect this. If you feel the country's a good heads, and but it with with the information, you have that you should do that if the other head if you are me, and you know, what I do you have a five year old a three year old, then you should it. If somebody's willing to chill out. Well, I stake is being too into your kids. Everything else. There. I live in California. And I hate Gavin Newsom, but I live in California, and I'm gonna work. I'm going to be fruitful. I'm gonna join myself. Enjoy my family, and what does that started? Starting a week today. Because otherwise it just be miserable. And I don't know there's a lot. I could do you respect? What you're doing one hundred percent. That's good. That's good for you. But I have to do what I'm doing. And if it's just me, that's fide. Okay. I'm saying I'd like, I don't know. I feel like you've earned a vacation. I feel like you. I just like to see in joying. You're you're Joya years. I I joined this. Well, if you enjoy the guy was six hundred billion dollars chokes, we I got a pretty good fuck it lawsuit. Let me just say that right now, I agree and why slanders publicly. Now, I'm not gonna read the expose in the New York. I believe I will be taking my chances. Because if I'm at a party and conversation about Roma Downey breaks out. I'm gonna be fucking stared at my drink. Sure. That Israel doughty. I think it's a body double they daddy's family got her out of there. It's pretty crazy. But way, Mark per dead came to this country. He was on his way this is biology. He's on his way to sexual Barucha as ability expert to shoot people at central Berga, he stopped at the border. He said I've scared he became a Manny in Malibu he worked under the table. Mark Burnett is what Donald Trump calls it illegal immigrant. He forged his is oh papers..

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"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:30 min | 3 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"I could beat the shit out of a woman or woman could beat the shit out of me either way, they're just warping up on. Well, he's grabbing random and her though. On the ground. Go back. Go back twenty seconds watches. Tina? That's not allowed. Like a rag doll. She'll be like the resurrects or Walter Raleigh. This is what our societies devolve to. Yeah. Oh, you put your Cape down in puddle so women could walk. We've heard the puddle kind of a transmission shop his his girlfriend underage girl. Shots face. And now, we're repaying. I have to ask you about something Martin Burnett. Yes, this guy. Yeah. So I go to this party. And this guy was a special forces guy in the UK. So he's not a real special forces guy this happened this year at that. I before the party if you've been to that party now. So this guy who's CEO of MGM television six shows on the air. He's the most powerful band and show biz Mark Burnett. Yep. Yeah. He's at the top of the stairs. I get there. With a Brian Fogel whose vital be who won the Oscar for best documentary this last year for ignorance, I should schedule. He's the last minute. He says you wanna go with me this party? Are you going said, oh, everybody hates me show visits. I have the Trump show, which is just wrapped. And it's coming out of people hate me, Mark Panetta sui because all as we get this party would last people to get there and. The top of the stairs to get into the party is Mark Burnett. And he's steadied there like this at the like this look down like it was buddies. And it's a weird coincidence. And he's like that's top Arnold gonna let him into the party Bates. He's got his chest out. And I'm like fuck Puckett bark, but has to be coming to this stupid party like what like high school? I mean, he's got this is so stupid. So I started walking up the stairs with little Brian Fogel as audio who barked with Ed is like this is where the last people that party. They have the target dog sponsor the person on the red carpet with us. Ed, the dog Odie but posed with with us, it's barest. So we're walking to this party. Get gold up top stairs like fuck him. But then I'm like L fuck this. So I'm going to walk around Mark Burnett. So I start walking around at the last year he clamps out so fucking hard gazette. I didn't see him. Do it. Gunk Sean the neck. Yeah. And I go go backwards. I about fall down backwards, and I grabbed his waist bed. I go by the fucker you'd better get even with you again. So we fight fair. And as I pulled myself up Susie does this guy Jeff Probst, who's a host of survivors say by goes all we got your choking at they pull start pulling off and it pulls up to the top of the stairs. And then we get square. And then this is what people saw at the party. Hey, you fucking crazy. Then I fuck it able to open up on him. He has a gold Jesus. Shade. Open face shirt, pick was hair. Fuck jesus. Jake, get a couple of his eyes. He's like what the fuck did. I just do like he'd lost his shit to do that to me is ironically, Jeff probes wears the choker. Nobody's does. No, one looks better not ochre them. But and crazy is that. Well, there's didn't you? File a lawsuit. Get thrown out. What's on the? Here's they that his wife. Okay. So it's a scrub so people pulled off I ripped his shirt off. They take it this way. Go don't let that fucker leave that fuckers all the cops. They take me outside thing. Like this. You know, this is charity. The cops are coming. I go. Okay. Prohibit right here. Right now, we will finish this privately. They're like, oh tob. We can't do that. This is the old days fighting this. Jeff's casper. Okay. Come back yet. He's here somewhere dough kill him. Enjoy the party, by the way, that his wife tweets a picture of a fake, Bruce, Roma Downey, beloved, she's beloved Hollywood..

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"roma downey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"West coast. It is Martin Luther King's celebration day is birthday, of course, was earlier in the month. But this is the Dan, which we celebrate the life and legacy of Martin Luther King himself, one of America's great culture shapers then now and into the future. Speaking of which that's why I wanted to have aas Hillman on today because there is going to gather in Washington DC at the end of March, March twenty eight to thirty first a culture shapers summit, and is running it. He's the president marketplace leaders, but he is running this culture shapers summit. Good morning is welcome to the Hugh Hewitt shout. Elo, Hugh, so good to be with you. And looking forward to having you at our summit. I'm looking forward to talking to it across seven silos arts and entertainment business church education, family, media and government. What is the purpose of the culture shapers summit? Well, the purpose is to bring leaders in those Sears to discover where God is moving in these fears. What can we do to be more effective to be salt and light in the culture, and to really engage others in this process? And and understand how do we really be culture shapers? Now. I know you got a bunch of people coming I'm one of forty different people, but who should register. And by the way, best website to register. What is it culture? Shapers summit dot com. That's easy shavers. Summit culture shapers summit dot com. It's in Washington DC, the twenty eighth through the thirty first of March who should come anyone who's concerned about the culture anybody who operates in business government education family media arts, and entertainment, even pastors anyone who's concerned about the direction of our nation and want to have a better understanding of how we can. Be instruments of culture change for Christ. And what do you mean, by culture change? I mean, you know, when when the bible speaks of being salt and light, it means, you know, that affects the culture that aesthetics people that takes those that we operate with that we work with that we're in a community with and so it's really about just having influence through our lives now yesterday. My pastor preached on it interesting. You mentioned go from Genesis to revelation about language in the tower babble and things like that. And what the great commission means. And it really does mean to go into the culture. It just means you have to go into every you talk about the seven mountains of the culture, but it's just everyday life. And we end up if we don't do that we end up with this Covington Catholic kids story, we ended up with meltdowns everywhere and screaming everywhere. There is a different way to go. Exactly. Exactly. And you know, I think that Jesus served a great model for us by being a problem solver. And I think as we as believers become problem solvers and some of these. Areas for the right reason, then we can have influence in the culture Roma Downey coming out a bunch of people come into this thing. But you're also offering a pre registration discount if they get registered by the end of this month, even though it's not until the end of March it exactly, but I will they'll say three hundred dollars if they register at culture shapers summit dot com. And so that's a good motivation for registering that that's why I wanted to have you on now because I want people to realize that did don't throw three hundred dollars away. If this makes sense to you and pastor youth pastor.

"roma downey" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:48 min | 3 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on WGN Radio

"You're thinking of Roma Downey. Yes. My bad rally. Both have British accents Roman. Johnny was from. There was a TV show about an angel. Right. Yeah. Touched by an angel hutch age. Yeah. No. This is Jane Seymour. Yeah. There's a different one. You're you know, what I'm talking about now. Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But they they both kind of look we're both older, and they kind of look alike, and they'd have British accents Roman their pitching staff has really dark hair. Right. Jane Seymour had lighter. I'm just saying we just did it. I just did a little library for Chicago's best Sunday nights. Ten WGN TBS. They're doing favorite, nostalgic foods. Oh, what is if you're going to be nostalgic about a food? So I guess if you're in a stall, Jake, my feeling is that means something I grew up with that was comforting, right? Okay. Yeah. That has to be that. But that's what it makes me think food that was could be something you just missed because you don't have it anymore because they closed or moved away. Right. But what I'm saying is is it food that you went out to eat or that your parents may define it in the ten second commercial. But let's go ahead. And let's do one of each give me something from home. And something that you'd go out to get that you miss. All right. Well, I think what I missed and you can get this anywhere. But for some reason, we had family celebrations there. We had birthdays, weddings, barmitzvah, whatever. And it was a unique place multi-storied like a home and artwork filled. Every wall wasn't necessarily cheaper work. But I'm not kidding small. Pictures large pictures frame it was a restaurant and it was in Evanston for decades. And the owner of it wrote a cups column cups like column. In the Evanston review every week about all the famous people who came in to the restaurant and talking about the the the benefits going on in town. Great promotion. And they the food the the spaghetti was so great. They actually sold it in grocery stores Rosia frozen fruit sugar and grocery stores, and it's called fannies and Fanny's closed decades ago. And it was a great loss to people who who love the place, and then somebody bought the recipe for the spaghetti the Italian meals and opened up a fannies across the lake in Michigan. It was right on the lake. I don't know if they're still open. It was very hard to get to. I remember because one day we were just driving around on a weekend up there and saw the sign Fanny's, but we didn't go during the day. So another cool thing about it was if it was your birthday or an anniversary. They would come out with a white sponge cake a slice of white sponge cake. It was always. As the same cake was like a signature thing with a candle in it. And they would come out, and they would sing happy birthday or whatever. And the place was so crowded tables were right up against each other. And you would have table of two next to a table of ten. It was absolutely fantastic. Spaghetti fantastic Italian food that was Fanny's. I have pictures of a standing out in front of it was a kid and what about one from home? I think the one from home, and I I have the recipe. I haven't made it in ages is my mother's fried chicken every Friday night. Fried chicken, and mashed potatoes was fried chicken. And she made it special. She would coat the chicken in an egg dip, and then put it in a bag of crunched up a cornflakes. Okay. And then shake the bag and put it on a greased sheet and bacon. Nice. And it was list juicy inside. Yeah. Has crisp enough outside and that kind of there. There's just a tad bit of sugar in the cornflakes. Sure that made it sweet. And we'd have mashed potatoes and Friday nights at our place was just fantastic. We're going to do more of this later in the show. We got a guest coming up here at one thirty and our friend Kimball wears in it too. But after three if you're going to be up with us, if you're hanging out think about that we'd love to hear from you later in the show. What's an historic place used to go to you don't get to go to anymore because they closed because you moved away whatever. And what something from homes Roger had fannies in Evanston, and he's got fried chicken on Friday nights at home will do more this after we check the news. It's one. Thirty one in the morning. Let's get some headlines from Roger badesch, governor electricity prescrip- plans to use his own money. Double salaries several key staffers. He created a separate fund personally compensate staff in addition to their government salaries. Those who receive the extra money must reported on public disclosures worn force officials reportedly became so concerned by President Trump's behavior in the days after he fired FBI director James Comey that they began investigating whether he had been working for Russia against US interest. At report published late Friday in the New York Times cites unnamed former law enforcement officials and others familiar with the investigation. Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani told the times that he had no previous knowledge of the inquiry in Indiana man, who allegedly ran over and killed a mechanic outside of Chicago autoshop told police he did it following an argument over one hundred dollars Keith motley of each Chicago faces I murder charge. Monday's death. Twenty two year old Carlos Carlos Posadas. We'll check sports, traffic and weather next. On WGN once upon a.

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"roma downey" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

03:13 min | 3 years ago

"roma downey" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"Little Clemson. I loved that dog underdog story. My favorite is the end. The Hollywood script our buddy. Jason Stewart worked with us over here at AM five seventy LA sports in Los Angeles. I working over f s one it was the street. Yeah. You can't write a Hollywood script like this. That's not true. Someone remind dabble in that they wrote a Hollywood script about a snail that won the Indy. Five hundred write a script. It would have a closer game in an it's well, it wouldn't be a little more attention. So that's how the game point out that doesn't matter. They still won. Right. It doesn't have to remember the titans where here's a double reverse pass that really. Oh, sorry. Spoiler alert. But it would be a little bit closer. There would be some kind of of personal victory again at the end where like the coach learned something about his life. In addition to winning the game the quarterback learns a lesson about his relationship with his girlfriend or his wife. In addition to winning the game. You know, you'd have the double about what victory we go. The other route the last two years. The numbers are fantastic for faith-based movies. They are show for Sweden all of them. He's got a few of them. But there are a couple of movie houses the people that did people angel Burnett. Roma Downey in her husband is that angel touch by an age. Yes. But they started doing films that are making good money in good sales. Whatever maybe we could do the dabble Sweeney story script. References to his faith and how that can them. Them through and where they're at. And I know Trevor Lawrence I spoken of his faith as well. So I mean, perhaps there's something we can get on that angle as well. All right. We'll start right in that movie. Kirk Cameron played Dabo Sweeney yet. I think he can right. I mean, he's old enough. It's about the right age in his I mean, I think he's still a little bit younger than Davos all. I know it's gotta be close. A lot of those guys were I would say Kirk Cameron is younger than dab Gabrielle carteris. But wasn't he? Jabril carteris is seventy five years old now I mean, come on. She was playing a high school senior. Twenty years old. So no, actually dab was only a year older, but Davos older. Literally months. Wow. I would have said he was way older than her Cameron. Hey, it's a new say Kirk cavern, and what was the left behind series that he was in. Yeah. What what what can we call? It was you know, we could cause something orange nothing rhymes with orange except for victory. That's too long title. But Kirk Cameron, the Dabo Sweeney story ready for it. Tiger's blood Twitter at Halloween. We'd have to get Charlie Sheen back in there. No, you can't put Charlie Sheen a movie like that. You cannot do that. You cannot not another redemptive story. We know you cannot do that. You cannot do. We will have more on this game. As we continue to ask and answer. The biggest questions coming off of this. And yes, Nick saban's got a wear this like, it's a lead necklace. This loss is completely on him. And on the Alabama coaching staff for failure to prepare Alabama four this game against Clemson and Clemson just boat races, Alabama en route to their second national championship more on this coming up in a minute. But first, let's find.

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Tom Arnold Claims Mark Burnett 'Choked' Him at Emmys Party

Radio Night Live with Kevin McCullough

00:52 sec | 3 years ago

Tom Arnold Claims Mark Burnett 'Choked' Him at Emmys Party

"On social media a very public back and forth between actor Tom Arnold and apprentice producer Mark Burnett. USA radio's Wendy king now with the story. Arnold tweeted. That Burnett choked him at a pre Emmys party arm Sunday in Los Angeles, brunettes wife, actress, Roma Downey tweeted that Arnold tried to ambush the couple and she posted a photo of what she said is her bruised hand. Arnold's lawyer Marty singer told. The Hollywood reporter that Burnett attacked Arnold. Actress Allison Hannigan was there. And she tweeted that she saw the whole thing and thought it was a joke until security jumped in police say no report was taken Arnold has a new show. Debuting Tuesday called the hunt for the Trump tapes, which follows Arnold's attempts to find the tapes that showed the president expressing bigoted views on the set of the apprentice, which Arnold was once a contestant

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