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Trump heads to Mount Rushmore for divisive fireworks celebration
"Fourth of July this year as the cases of the Corona virus have surged around the country. Health officials air worrying that revelers eager to celebrate the holiday with others will create the perfect storm for the virus. To spread once again when when the the other other Americans Americans are are reevaluating reevaluating how how to to celebrate celebrate the the day, day, many many others others were were questioning questioning what what the the holiday holiday means means as as the the country country gravels. gravels. Now, Now, with with our our history history of of racism, brought to the fore by the summer's black lives, movement matters and Gloria Romero Is in Washington D. C. With a perspective on this different Fourth of July. It's a holiday that celebrates life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. But on this July 4th, those ideals are being put to the test by the cove it 19 pandemic, With new cases rising and at least 36 states hospitals and some of the hardest hit areas are struggling to keep up right throughout the city and throughout the county are really becoming saturated. And at this pace if it doesn't stop, we are going to be in trouble, and health experts worry the holiday weekend could add fuel to the fire. We're setting records multiple records this week. For new cases. But I fear that this could in fact get worse. Despite the crisis, President Trump is celebrating at Mount Rushmore. The 7500 person event will not have social distancing, which experts say poses health risk for everyone, including the president, who of the four faces. Washington, Washington and Jefferson on Mount Rushmore got smallpox. No one is immune to a novel virus, which has never hit us before. The faces on Mount Rushmore, also a reminder of another issue. Americans are grappling with this Independence Day racism. There's no question that Washington and Jefferson and all of our leaders have disappointed us and what it means to be black in America, I think is fair, too sometimes question. Whether America loves African Americans as much as we love the recent course of human events, leading to an Independence Day for the history books at the White House. I'm not
States roll back reopenings as coronavirus cases climb
"Breaking Corona virus cases have triggered rollbacks and re openings in nearly 40 states across the US The latest one correspondent Nadia Romero. Nearly 6000 new Corona virus cases reported in California Wednesday a record breaking number, sparking new shutdown orders for indoor activities for almost 75% of the state's population in neighboring Arizona there asking for 500 additional medical personnel to help deal with their dramatic surge, reporting their beds are nearly 90% capacity. Texas, North Carolina and Tennessee, also reporting record high numbers of cases
Study warns new flu virus in pigs could morph to cause a pandemic
"Talked about this A little yesterday. A new strain of swine flu that Khun spread from pigs to humans has been discovered in China and is now triggering some fears. Researchers are calling it The G four virus from CNN. Nadia Romero has more on that a new strand of swine flu that Khun spread from pigs to humans has been discovered in China and is now triggering new pandemic fears You have at the same time new waves of the Corona virus, the pencil for a bad flu season or swine flu. It is a it is a catastrophic future we could face. Researchers are calling it the G four virus and says it's genetically descended from the H one. One swine flu that calls the 2009 pandemic and it's been spreading on pig farms in China since 2016 and has infected a few people but hasn't yet been documented to have made anyone sick. It's something that still is in the stage of examination. While there is yet no report of human to human contact, there is reason for concern, health officials say, despite their concern to the new swine flu is not a global threat right now, that's something we need to keep our eye out on just the way we did. In 2009 with the emergence of the swine flu. I'm
Republican senators unveil police reform bill
"Police reform police reform a lot of people want police reform and less than twenty four hours after president trump put forward his policing executive order so that Republicans have followed suit but that bill is very different from the one put out earlier by house Democrats here's Nadia Romero to compare the urgency to address police brutality and racial injustice being felt on Capitol Hill too often we're having a discussion in this nation about are you supporting the long Forsman community well are you supporting communities of color this is a false binary choice Senate Republicans introducing police reform legislation that gives grants to police agencies for body cameras requires departments to report all officer involved incidents that causes serious bodily injury or death to the FBI and uses federal funding to discourage you but not ban no knock warrants or choke holds to the young person who's concerned when he stopped by the law enforcement officers we see you the proposal also makes lynching a federal hate crime while Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell pledges to fast track the legislation Senate Democrats say this bill will need dramatic improvement the clash in the chamber echoing of faith felt in the house can anyone on the Republican side say unequivocally black lives matter unequivocally all lives matter where Democrats work on their own proposal that mandates body cameras bands chokeholds and makes it easier for people to sue the police glaring contrast between a strong comprehensive democratic bill in the house and a much narrower and much less effective Republican bill in the Senate but in order for Congress to act one plan needs bipartisan support and the president's signature to become
Miami-Dade police to ban controversial chokehold tactic after appeals from community
"Police and Miami Dade County will no longer be allowed to use a certain form of a chill cold police director Freddy Romero has announced the ban use of force tactics are under increased scrutiny following the recent death of George Floyd while in police custody in
Yosemite Welcomes Back Visitors After Coronavirus Closure
"Joe Seventy National Park has been closed for nearly three months because of stay at home orders but today the park is reopening in a limited way Cap Radios Ezra. David Romero reports that the closure has had a huge effect on nearby businesses. On the way into Yosemite National Park from Fresno sits the Yosemite Sugar Pine Mountain Railroad, which shut down with the rest of California in March Scott. mcghee runs the operation. We lost every single tour group and school group that we had coming up here. Yosemite is opening with a lot of restrictions. Only about half of the average June visitors are allowed in, and they must make online reservation for each car in advance, Jamie Richards Yosemite spokesperson. We're going to be monitoring condition daily. We're GONNA make adjustments as needed and we're going to work to maintain safe conditions for visitors. Only two campgrounds are open in the larger one. One is operating at just fifty percent of capacity. Other campsites are closed due to staffing Richard says she's interested in seeing how the animals in the park respond again the people we've seen a lot of bears out in active we will see when the park reopens. How the animals continue to reopen adapt to visitors coming back last year, visitors spent more than one point seven billion dollars in the four California counties that surround the Park Brooke. Smith with visit Yosemite Madera. County says that could drop by as much as half this year between fires in government shutdowns. This is definitely the longest we've ever gone with you Ashleigh. Up when she first heard, the park was opening Amy George and her husband Kyle Mon- Holland from Davis. California rushed to book a few day passes. I was drinking coffee I'm like I'm just GonNa. See and says I go. July twenty second has day passes Great. That's our twentieth anniversary. The pair of teachers spent their honeymoon in Yosemite. George has visited the park since childhood and the reservation system has long term effects. Maybe this'll lessen the impact that humans have had on the environment on Yosemite. George hopes unlimited spaces. Don't discourage people from trying to make it to the park. She wants everyone to enjoy Yosemite like she always has for NPR. News I'm as David Romero in
Runoffs set in 5 Georgia congressional primaries
"No run off is needed in Georgia's sixth congressional district race Karen Handel easily wins the Republican primary setting up a rematch with incumbent Lucy McBath in district thirteen long time U. S. representative David Scott is forced into a runoff in the democratic primary with challenger Keesha waits district seven Democrats call Caroline Bordeaux and Brenda Romero meet in a runoff to determine who meets Republican rich McCormick and in the night district to run offs Republicans Matt Gertler and Andrew Clyde at the top Democrats are brick siskin and Devin
"romero" Discussed on At Liberty
"You've had the governor also. Republican can do some very serious release of people who've been incarcerated. And that's been great. You know literally drafting executive. Orders literally putting pressure on government officials little getting up in the in the grill of elected officials and of prison officials. And I think it's been critically important and then try to move the hearts and minds of the American public. There was an ad that we ran on Easter Sunday. There was a bit unorthodox. Actually quoting from Matthew Twenty five from the New Testament the Matthew Gospel. When I was sick you visited me when I was hungry. You Fed me when I was in jail. You visited me and we did this ad with Union theological seminary and interesting stories. Apparently the governor Oklahoma streamed that add the morning in kind of Covid covid nineteen permission meeting the morning of the day when he signed this release order letting a lot of people out of jail in Oklahoma. So it's important to us all the advocacy you can then. We filed forty seven some odd lawsuits against prisons and jails to get people out and to different degrees of success but really important to try similar work with immigrant detention centers. I think there have been forty. One lawsuits filed against immigrant detention centres. All in our covid docket which we didn't have nine weeks ago stands at one hundred and thirteen legal actions as of today. It's pretty amazing right. So they're in four different buckets around criminal justice immigrant rights reprint rights and voting rights. So I'm really proud of the legal work we're doing because literally does leave. Legal work can mean the difference between life or death from the people that we're bringing these lawsuits you mentioned to work on detention in jails and immigration detention but but the other areas you mentioned are also critically important at this time voting rights and reproductive rights. Yeah so voting. Rights is a kind of a clear extension that you know at a time when you were in the middle of this. Frothy election season. The primaries are happening across the country or have happened in the general election. November twenty twenty and it is critical that people be allowed to cast their vote and not be forced to risk their lives as they cast their vote. We saw other craziness that played out in Wisconsin for instance when the governor there was not allowing vote by mail or absentee ballots and so literally. We've been.
Apple reopening a handful of stores this week
"Well the first apple store in the U. S. re opened today in the Pacific Northwest hers come mostly Romero the only apple store in Idaho has re opened in Boise with stores in three other states set to open this week Jefferson Graham is a tech reporter for USA today you're gonna see employees with a facemask Stevens his social distancing and you're gonna see temperature checks for customers before they can walk in the door Alaska Alabama and South Carolina are the three other states with stores scheduled to open on
Should You Run Paid Ads to Get Consulting and Agency Clients
"To another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today we are going to talk about if you should run paid ads to get consulting and agency clients so Eric you have two things on this funny enough first off is I've seen you run paid ads over the weekend. I sent you a screen shot of how I saw two of your ads on the same page and then on top of that you have a program that teaches people how to grow their agency as well. So why don't you? I answer the question of. Should you run paid ads to get consulting clients and then let's go into if you should? What are the best perform wall yet? I'll just talk about the funnel. I think this will actually answer your first question because we have two programs. That are very similar once called the evergreen traffic machine. That's basically a framework how you could build traffic for your business. That's more forgetting consulting clients like you can actually generate applications that when you guys feel free to swipe this if you want. I'm not gonNA lizzani sleep. And then the second thing we have is the agency accelerated program and actually I WanNa Call Audit Final Romero. He's actually hard that program and he's attending today. And so you know going back to the evergreen traffic machine yes you should be running ads. You know why because we are able to target people on facebook or even Youtube for example. And what we do. Is We drive into to an application. So we say hey. Look if you're interested in in like a traffic framework. Here's a quick video on. It might be like fifteen minutes and then they can fill an application from there and then once they felt the application felt like a lot of info like what the revenue size is. What the goals are what? The content marketing budgets are and then from there. We can decide whether we want to take him on for like a sales phone call or not. That's on the agency side and that works now. The of questions on that before I moved to the program. How effective is it? I mean look at it this way. We are getting leads right now. We just started at the evergreen traffic machine thing. Backup for an application for someone to fill out application. I remember our past numbers in aggregate. It would cost us about two hundred dollars for an application. So what does that mean exactly so two hundred dollars for application. Let's assume that you know. A small percentage of those people actually qualified to work with us. So let's say twenty five percent and then we can close them at twenty percent or so that means for every sale that we get it could potentially be around four thousand dollars. You can even say eight thousand dollars and for agency side. Let's say our lifetime value is fifty thousand dollars. That actually makes it worth it right. So that's an example of how it could work all right cool and then let's go to the next one. Yep so the next one. I mean it's a very similar thing right. The idea here is get. You're providing people valley and you're providing people framework and I'm saying guys look I've built an agency before and you know look at what I have. In addition to all the other stuff I use my agency has a platform right. It's not just the agency is. How do you go beyond that and a lot of people wanna do that right now is a lot of people? WanNa start one a lot of people in a row on right now in there we just drive into Napa location and then we get on a phone call with them and I've actually been on a couple of these phone calls just to kind of do more customer development to tweak it but it similar funnel to the other one and you know it does well
Seattle Traffic: Accident cleared, lanes moving
"Romero and it looks like the accident in Seattle that was northbound I. five before the exit to five twenty is gone as in gone gone no longer on the shoulder either so that backup is gone as well if you're south on I. five it does look a little heavy from a just south of five twenty down towards the Mercer exit again as you kind of merge before the exit to the west Seattle bridge over on the east side that remains heavy southbound on four of five from before I ninety basically down to about thirty at the top of the Kenny Dale hill and then slow again as you approach the merge down into Quilla right before the I. five south center merged heading south on four oh five if you're heading down as far as Pierce county you will actually see the speed limit across the king Pierce county line but I do see some crowding just getting by the Teton then again as you approach that exit to highway
Nevada Democratic debate opens with attacks in all directions
"Hours before taking the stage Mike Bloomberg came under attack from his democratic rivals an unlikely preview of this debate debut tonight as the billionaire businessman REITs meets his rivals on stage for the first time both Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden's campaigns took aim at the seventy eight year old former Republican the former raising questions about Bloomberg's health the latter pointing out reversals on key issues the attacks underscore how seriously Democrats are taking the former New York mayor's campaign now that he's rocketed to double digit support in national polls and qualified to appear in debates Bloomberg was a lifelong Democrat before winning the New York mayor's race as a Republican in two thousand two it later switched to independent and formally registered as a Democrat last year his face relatively little national scrutiny and it's surprisingly swift prize from non partisan mega donor to top tier presidential contender but tonight's debate in Las Vegas or Bloomberg faces five opponents in the first major unscripted moment of his two thousand twenty campaign poses the greatest test yet of his on orthodox campaign lonely walk it reports for months senator Bernie Sanders enters tonight's Las Vegas debate with a twelve point lead over all in the latest national poll by NPR PBS newshour and Marist some candidates hope tonight's debate will provide another shake up Massachusetts senator Elizabeth Warren and former vice president Joe Biden want their spot light back Biden's pulling around twenty one percent among non white voters nationally is a state that does have a huge diverse population compared ally ally and the New Hampshire almost a third of the population means that Dino so I think real summer some distance as far as the comes concerned demographics aside Fernando Romero president of Nevada Hispanics in politics says about inside the same concerns as the rest of the country healthcare immigration reform education climate change and housing former south bend their people to judge and Minnesota senator any club chart who came in second and third place in New Hampshire respectively want to keep momentum former political candidate and W. NH and radio host Arnie Arneson explains how it to be so close to a vote can have an outsized impact for unfortunately faltered in that last debate Amy did not and as a result what you saw were people who are undecided decided I'm not going with Joe Biden I'm not sure about mayor Pete Elizabeth and so disappointed and eighty got the benefit of that for the first time in five debates billionaire businessman Tom's dire didn't make the cut the other billionaire democratic hopeful former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg did even though he isn't on that about about it Bloomberg qualified with national polls but only because the DNC no longer requires small donor contributions from pacifica network in public news service I'm
Seattle council clashes over how to address state head tax proposal
"Our stake it's a big boost in projected revenue to the tune of six hundred and six million dollars como sewer Meryl has more the state economic and revenue forecasts council says the increased money is mostly from state taxes revenues from a state tax higher property taxes and a one hundred million dollar boost from sales tax as for what the money could be used for forecast council member senator John Braun says lawmakers have a historic opportunity I would highly highly transportation but almost as would be another good spot the child care would be another good spot would let's not try to to to spread it to suddenly and not getting any real change let's find something that's really important state Washington and invest there the council says things they'll be watching potential economic impacts from the ground at Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jet can any effects from the crew on a virus Romero come
Seattle: Body found inside burned Issaquah home where gunman held family hostage
"After a hostage situation a standoff and a house fire investigators believe they found the suspect responsible for a two day ordeal in is akua como su Romero has the latest search teams were protective gear and used police dogs to go back inside the burned out remains of a home on I sold the place northwest in the mantra neighborhood according to state patrol searchers found human remains believed to be the man who barricaded himself when the large home caught fire after police standoff Sunday police say the twenty eight year old man reportedly held his sister her boyfriend and two kids hostage on Saturday they were released before the fire broke out super Meryl companies
Three women arrested following alleged assault of clerk, customers at Boston 7-Eleven
"Three young women are arrested for assault overnight your convenience store on Boston common police say they found Jenna Gonzalez of East Boston and Audrina Hubert and Brianna Romero of Maldon punching and kicking a man on the ground they've been charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and on armed robbery for allegedly stealing the man's cell phone clerks at the convenience store say the woman the women had been assaulting and throwing merchandise at
3 Women Arrested For Assault Near Convenience Store On Boston Common
"Three young women are arrested for assault overnight near a convenience store on Boston common police say they found Jenna Gonzalez of East Boston and Audrina Hubert and Brianna Romero of walls and punching and kicking a man on the ground they've been charged with assault and battery with a dangerous weapon and on armed robbery for allegedly stealing the man's cell phone clerks at the convenience store say the women had been assaulting and throwing merchandise at
Trump administration suing King County to allow deportation flights from Boeing Field
"The federal government is suing king county over its policy banning immigration flights from Boeing field goals to Romero report last spring king county executive Dow Constantine announced an order banning all deportation flights by immigration and customs out of Boeing field in Seattle now the agency must take detainees to the other side of the state for flights instead US attorney for western Washington Brian Moran says king county is breaking several federal laws with that policy Constantine intentionally unlawfully interfered with the federal government's duty
FBI Searches San Pedro Home In Connection With 1996 Disappearance Of Kristin Smart
"FBI agents and LA county sheriff's investigators are serving a search warrant at a home in San Pedro it's in connection with the nineteen ninety six disappearance of Cal Poly San Luis Obispo student Kristin smart home reportedly belongs to Paul Flores the last person to see smart but he's always maintained his innocence regarding her disappearance a man who lives next door to Florida's Francisco Romero tells KTLA five he doesn't know much about his neighbor you know you're buying show
2 monarch butterfly activists found dead in same week
"Monarch Butterfly. Conservationists bodies have been discovered within a week of each other in Mexico and it looks like both were murdered. Both bodies bodies were found with severe trauma to the head and other injuries west. Did you kill them. Do you hate butterflies as well. I don't kill butterflies. You don't kill butterflies butterfly. Somebody does too hard the cash. Yeah there you go. You can't see them at night role Hernandez Romero was found dead. This past Friday in the Mexican state of Should've practiced this Mitch. Mitch Mitch Mitch Michelle Fuck Mature. Con- sure location show. I haven't called it to mature location of Mexico's largest monarch butterfly. Reserve go figure. He was a guide and butterfly conservationists there he was last seen on January twenty seventh leaving his home. Go conserve monarch butterflies. Presumably Pia Nice Guy who when he loves apparently his body had like blunt blows different parts and a head injury caused by a sharp object so just just a very violent death just a few days. Earlier the body of Homero Gomez Gonzalez was found in the same area. Isn't that huge the biggest Monarch Butterfly Conservatory in the world. Or whatever his body was in a water retention tank. Yeah go ahead well. Yeah so I mean these guys are just clearly the butterflies happy overlapping some dangerous people. Yes that's the theory. Yeah well according to authorities he also had a head injury indicted drowning. He'd been missing for a few weeks. Yes the theory is that they were like their conservation is on an area where illegal logging which I don't know if that's like cutting down trees or whatever is going on possibly legally yes. They're saying criminals they. They probably rubbed shoulders with criminals. The wrong way logging taking dumpsite that or or the the butterflies could be revolting. This is something that we could we could keep an eye on Gomez was as a manager the second guy and his manager of the thing and his nickname was the defender of the Monarch Butterfly. which a cool that's according to the defender of self apparently if you get in the way of deforestation but for profit you get fucked fucked up you get killed you get blunt trauma to the head and dumped something water reserve? That's kind of what that firefly's star is about big big big deforestation's a big big instrument show Akon State is a sixty two miles outside of Mexico City so it's close to Mexico City. Millions of monarch butterflies apparently traveled traveled through there during their annual migration. That's why they have the conservatory. There guys this is not good news for the Monarch Butterfly another blow to to cool insects and you can expect. The amount of trampled trampled butterflies to skyrocket with all these conservationists getting rubbed
"romero" Discussed on What It Takes
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"romero" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Now, Amazon Alexa, opened the case of oh skill Saudi denial sainthood. I'm Barbara Kusak. Accusations concerning the disappearance of a Washington Post journalist inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has stained this once conference for big investors in Riyadh started. By crown prince Oman, correspondent Sam Kylie has more the. Saudi position is unequivocal still, and it is that Mr. coachie left at consulates safe and sound and that all and any suggestion to the contrary is nothing short of disinformation intended to besmirch the reputation of Saudi Arabia. President Trump says he would be punishing ourselves by cancelling arm. Sales to Saudi Arabia over the disappearance of the journalist Iran's president Hassan Rwanda accused the US of seeking regime change in his country as he delivered a speech broadcast on state TV he said, the US is using psychological and economic warfare and questioning the legitimacy of the Islamic Republic to pursue regime. Change thousands of people have flocked to the Vatican to Mark the canonization of two towering figures of the twentieth. Century Catholic church. Paul the six, of course, was until from nineteen sixty three to nine hundred seventy eight a time of great change in the Catholic church about it can to modernizing. The Catholic church and archbishop Romero archbishop Romero who is the Bishop of El Salvador who was killed. In one thousand nine hundred eighty March of one thousand nine hundred by right wing political forces and was somebody who spoke out on behalf of the poor and the oppressed. Correspondent Delia Gallagher says pope Francis. Will celebrate the mass elevating pope the six then archbishop Oscar Romero to sainthood search and rescue volunteers have located hundreds of people reported missing in the southeast after hurricane Michael tour through a lack of food and water remain among the most pressing issues for people reeling from the.
"romero" Discussed on Bigmouth
"Well you know i just thought it was remarkable you know waiting to see zombie movie about parental in the outback places with an english for you know i'm not filled at some point he was going to say my god i could merge in until descending through the desert skype yeah i mean it is a really good movie i think it's it's just very ritual he also something it's peaceful sanary striding your romero films really there's nothing about the the setting you know they tend to just sort of pump a bit of dry ice across filter required yes that's the difference between the romero i mean although i mean movies have different of message rather than just zombie thing i think that's the difference between the romero and this because it takes you away from the urban so i can faces you australian outback and it's just absolutely brilliant business next on pretty much all ustralian cinema is about the dial of between the kind of the civil supposedly civilized northern hemisphere this gigantic on noble outback which is so beautiful you know the old the old ways and that's really dramatized in the whole zombie pedantic becomes symbolic of the west stroke northern hemisphere the one year old baby daughter she's the colonizer they've turned the colonize who is all powerful into a young baby who is at risk of this yet eventually take without well yeah one of the things i really loved about it is that the reality movie crates because we see certain people die in really surprising circumstances you the reality that the film crates is that you're not necessarily going to get you happy ending open till you know a very very close to the end you still have no idea what's going to happen there is a particularly excellent by which i mean horrible villain who is a white australian who has tried to turn this horrendous situation to his advantage in the move sickening as possible and you know you have no idea what was the end whether he's going to win out so i thought that was a brilliant on a very adult way of tracing this material because most movies are essentially saying we're going to.
"romero" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Along with cesar romero with his white it out mustache yes yes yes yes yes yes yes how is the dnd going are you do you have a game currently or are you playing right now do you wanna play on sunday i can't play sunday because i have talking dead okay my zombie show but in a few weeks i can come play on sundays when can you play i'm actually getting ready to start deeming a tyranny of dragons campaign jesus if you want to jump in level one we're we're gonna rock and you like dm ing i do i do enjoy never liked it idea md as a kid that's that was my thing i just i kind of came came out of the womb if you will and and so now i've i when i got back into it after a twenty year hiatus as a player okay because i got to do forced gray yes and i got the test that all the new modules and i got to do critical role and and all these other fun nerd poker and but but i think all roads were leading me back to two deeming did you ever played with vin diesel because he's a big d do you know where does he play i've sent messages to him through a through the proper channels like we shared the same stylist like he had a stylus for his fast and the furious camp press campaign and then i had the same style as for i don't know whatever my last movie was and and i was like oh you work within i'm like can you just pass a message for me can you tell them that.
"romero" Discussed on 710 WOR
"I had the great luxury of meeting jorge romero yeah about ten years ago i was here in minnesota doing something at work and one of my buddies from chicago called up and said hey george romero is going to be in chicago tonight doing a screening of night of the living dead and i called my wife told her she got my bag packed i flew home grabbed my stuff and made it out to chicago and time for the screening but i missed the q and i was so broken hearted i went outside for a break and standing there with nobody around him just smoking a cigarette is jorge romero wow i walked up to him and i'm like mr romero's again and we just sat there and shot the breeze and i you know the most heartbreaking thing i've ever heard in my life though coming from an entertainer i told him at this point the remake of dawn of the dead had come out and i said so what are we gonna see next are we going to see a crappy remake of day of the dead or are we going to see a brand new jorge romero dead movie any look being the eyes and he said you know they already made a remake of day of the dead will be coming out and he said here's the kicker have i ask for eight million dollars to create a brand new movie and they wouldn't give me the money and wooden green light but they green lighted a remake of day of the dead for eighteen million dollars or some crazy amount and he said so they'll remake jorge romero movies for eighteen to twenty million dollars but they won't give jorge romero money to make a new movie and he just shook his head.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"Yeah i i i mean he's is his marcus indelible and his name will forever be synonymous with genre notches on peace with the don rifled absolutely and uh yeah we need aid the the the one things weather's always vanilla and does he's in the which are that those were sort of his attempts early in his career sort of veer away from the horror genre than then from then on he just made her yeah i mean i feel like those who the movies at like you want to say you've seen so you can be a real romero nerd riot in out your gas how that is i write but yeah i it's it's really remarkable the crazies could fit radio yeah now i that that it's a it's a treasure that's it sits honestly as a a treasure and like you know it's a must i i don't know that night rioters is a is a horror movie by i and that's when i haven't seen about like led motorcycle joust errors and i think it's had harasses first or second appearance on film owners should that yeah that's one that i definitely want to see he be that between donald but yeah you know rest in power arrested pisa happy halloween abby halloween screams car crew next week stranger things were going to chop it up that's right keep agreement you've screaming y'all.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"They would have missed that they would just put it on knew it'd just kept going but like there is a i think like there's an attention to detail too i mean quite moving images there are like at least a half dozen uh like important cinematic images in this movie mike stills on their own and it's just this is i really hope people people watch it their list here and in many ways you could actually argue that this is like the second of the you know could fit in with the dead movies is just their nonzambians they kind of go crazy yeah it's maybe these maybe it's like connective tissue between nato living dead and twenty 80s later right you know were dug living dead endang of the dead sure um if britain anyway add so yeah i mean i think it's arrow has put out yet how arrow video has a bok said that saw coming out i sometime in in november and it features all of these luisa be both moves we've talked about and there's always vanilla but a ton of extra bonus flooded genome more money now multiple versions of the movies uh you know each them as commentary and so yeah that that that is coming out and dumb other than that uh you know some of these are harder to find than the others but did the crazies especially is worth looking looking for and um it was remade in two thousand ten mo a lot of romero's stuff has been remade others even talk about rebic martin by nine living desmond remade the dawn of the debt has been remade the crazies been remade monster offensive but there's something else yeah so yeah i mean again it's halloween and get no i think that uh you know it's it's it's an appropriate time to honor you know agreed you know with a great agree contributor dr.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"The right grew worse they are to the people the more ignorant and the more cruel they are to the to the population and the other side of it is that you get to see quite a bit of like you know good ole boise without in the sticks in yang taking my guns right vic and they come out and they they don't they don't want to be rounded up and they have the hardware to defend themselves against editor through these drier of egged this this is quite of there's a richness of that content in this movie that's like unusually high it's i agree i i'd seen this movie wants a very very long time ago and i just like watching it i'm like i am totally in love with us it is it it it's it's i think like why it it's got to be one of the crown jewels of his of his oviir even in spite of the fact that it did not do well yeah i i i completely agree with that i think that this one is absolutely worth finding checking out it's very very much so whether you're fan of romero or just a horror fan and again in his ex pretty absurd how timely right yeah sits now yeah and it and it has a has heartbreaking finale it had at is i mean like it's and and and even like there is a thing i noticed watching it which like i don't it's funny because this is not the type of thing i expect from cut 1973 film but did you notice that then there's a seeing where he dons uh you know the outfit of one of the one with the bush man and he's got there is blood on the outfit from the stab wound yup and i was like you know what nine out of ten 1973 movies would not have blood on that outfit.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"Fair enough spike hasn't done that greatly we blur feel like he still has is the gum a'masterpiece to him is a you know in his quiver that he's the at yet to rule he i fully i fully agree with that assessment via amp so uh yeah i don't know is he you know it's it's it's i would say that you know it's a little bit of a footnote if you are romero fan it's definitely worth checking out seasonal the which i enjoyed it i don't know that it's something that i would see again uh but i also like i said i think it sort of capture is a place and time and vibe um you know well you know and it's and this is now at a point where a lot of this period is being revisited in a seasonal which in some ways is interesting companion to that hvo show the one of those awards last year with light nicole kidman in reese witherspoon about legs sort of suburban women i never saw that big big little what a big a little likelihood alirza hunters argument allies i think a bit allies the i'm conflicting that with that others alirza so i don't know do you have anything else to two towards off i would've of the which i would honestly almost say it's not worth watching i thought the movie out i thought the movie was like really it was the kind of movie that like my phone almost never left my hand because i was so distracted with with it on that being said they were moments that were good the intro is definitely worth watching because so it's so out there and the uh and there are as i thought there were moments throughout the movie that might not have been as jarring and stunning has that story.
"romero" Discussed on FanBros
"Welcome back to the doj in on this special day yes paolo holiday through by anthony and we're very excited you you've joined us all hallowes holly uh and we are actually so we um we'll be honoring a very very special contributor to be horror movie world will be talking about george a romero who we lost this year he died on july sixteen th of this year at the age of seventy seven and he you know as you know i mean definitely is one of the most fiercely independent filmmakers um he is you know um also is land neck's i believe he's cuban of cuban descent and he is the father of his be film i mean there is a you know walking dead is still for some reason the number one basic cable shown on tv and not only does the walking dead have a run of george romero's lieutenants uh working on it show running it it actually i mean the whole there would be no walking dead without the original dead night of the living dead dawn of the dead day of the dead trilogy well we're here to actually talked about maybe some of his other movies that are lesser known but yeah let's i'm sorry i should've uh i i just through jumped rated object go leo arms idaho i thought you i thought you were monologue in out demirel navarra share that canada will nato as always i i enjoyed at the done jim by rear we are scarecrow that's what that's who i am overwrite epi halloween everybody by the way i'm there is a severe note icecovered because i always also attributed george romero's um as latching acts it sounds like and this is this is up a hair that we can be split on nine hundred other podcasts rather than ours but from what i understand his father is spanish.
"romero" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Horror film director george romero died last sunday at age seventy seven but his legacy lives on especially in the realm of the undid romero filming on a low budget in rural pennsylvania rather than hollywood had a massive genre hidden 1968 with night of the living dead that black and white movie and its devilish lee gory fullcolor followup 1979 dawn of the dead spawned an appetite for his army's that has only grown in the decades since everything from michael jackson's dancing zombies in his thriller video to the current walker's of amc's hit tv series the walking dead oh a huge debt to the dark vision of george romero other memorable romero films include the creepshow anthology and the movie monkey shines makeup and visual effects wizard tom savini didn't work on the original night of the living dead but when romero decided to direct a sequel dawn of the dead said at an abandoned shopping mall overrun by zombies he asked savini to come up with the recipes for the blood and guts and the violence that would look convincing in living color terry spoke with tom savini in 1990 one i first saw night of the living dead in as the hasn't affects guy i thought that the sambas the makeup's the effects could have been a lot more sophisticated more state of the art which which there was very prevalent george was actually doing effects on the families using chocolate syrup for blood on mortician wax for makeup's on having are having to do everything in our than that i think that suffered so in dagga clearly here's an opportunity and it's a it was a color film to do something um uh i guess we went overboard more graphic because of how primitive i thought the first film.
"romero" Discussed on Fresh Air
"Support for this podcast and the following message comes from almond board of california did you know the allman community generates more than one hundred thousand jobs in california surf grow would you know about almonds visit allman sustainability dot org from whyy in philadelphia this is fresh air i'm david biehn coolly infratest regrets though i just wanna feel pilot today he's array the starring cocreator of the hbo series insecure which begin season two on sunday ray also created in starting the web series the misadventures of awkward black girl whose titles came from how she saw herself also we remember horror film director george romero who made the 1968 culled movie night of the living dead influencing generations of horror fans his longtime makeup artist tom savini described working with romero we would sit around thinking about how to kill people we would go to join say how 'bout if we took oh screwdriver on drove in a guys era nhtsa mckay and david elstein reviews the new world war two movie dunkirk that's coming up yoyo everybody of stretch of straw and my name is bobby garcia k cool bob love if you love this podcast you're listening to check out our new show was girl was stretch and bobby this is not your average show we're gonna be tell us stories that tanaka near anywhere else five apple podcast the fpr one app or however you find your pockets bits what's good today's first guest isa ray is the starring cocreator of an hbo comedy series the begins its second season on sunday it's called insecure and that title gives a strong hint about isa raise selfimage and her comic perspective.
"romero" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Undisputed champion of as being the got to fight okay but the question is who becomes a number one contender i think that you're gonna see gasol and put in there a rock holds gotta get back to work romero's coming off loss as great as romero's done when you have that loss it just it hurts you perception wise his going to have to get a win and maybe we see that match maybe we see remember versus kelvin as a semi final or combing event on the bis been whitaker card the one problem with that is would have whitaker winds and water for romero winds we've already seen that fight i don't know if they want to get locked in that position so now you start looking at our luke rockholt start bring a look back in the mix was he him and whitaker yeah you you better asked we would want to see luke verses abyss being again yeah course of course he trilogy be great once he kelvin versus whitaker yelp kelvin versus bis being yup i think that's likely to to be we're going to see i think the lesson there is that you gotta stay busy i see it in concert i see the music all the time when some guy doesn't go out there and he doesn't put out new music when he's not hit the road when he decides to come back the arenas are smaller they just are because somebody else came up.
"romero" Discussed on Double Toasted
"But the other day that we have talk about we don't talk about george romero and george romero's a huge hero of mud and i'm a little disappointed in everybody out there i'll explain why the jews expected disappointed heating comebacks zombie arman yeah man i did has like management was already come up with a way out the window zambia patch you'll be here well block no guard because if he got but also we we got our try not to make it heavy but we had the police shooting near his it it it came in a different form in i'm only talking about it because a lot of people asking us about it and i'm not really i don't think we know enough about it like really come in debt judgmental but we can have some expectations for him i thought somebody status was that recently were who who might his facebook status changed about it really own post about earlier or really okay normally within we'll get some details from user ulan you that chance read allcock like a lot on itself thomas shooting in minnesota this plenty details at have not come to the surface ships curious yes yes and we will discuss that and we will be very fair batted it was on in the night of course some emails and maybe a car but i'm honored dubbed the imo.
"romero" Discussed on PBS NewsHour
"Finally the night remembering filmmaker george romero the master of the zone be movie and a man whose influence in the business went further than many moviegoers realize jeffrey brown has are look victims potties changed killers art flush the people with one hundred thousand dollars in 1968 georgia romero brought the undid back to life in american culture is night of the living dead became a coke classic and launched a modern zombie industry of seoul was gould's with a taste for human flesh popping up everywhere today for romero as films were about more than just blood and graphic violence series of films sites have been sort of my platform the it's ripe for for metaphor and this obvious to me of always represented the you know the people that are just on unwilling the stand up on them and then you know there are a lot of living dead in america night of the living dead starring an african american actor was seen as a kind of social commentary on racism and the paranoid mood of its time a decade later romero's first sequel dawn of the dead laid on the excesses of american consumerism roger ebert dubbed did one of the best horror films ever made savagely merciless in its satiric view romero followed up with many other films including four more in the dead series with varying degrees of box office success but qassam be world he unleashed took on a massive multibillion dollar life of its own in blockbuster films like world war z video games and and sees the walking dead.
"romero" Discussed on You're Welcome! With Chael Sonnen
"Yeah yeah maybe but now let's look at another clip let's look at romero at his fastest and let's look at what occur at his fassa's and then you tell me who's quicker i don't actually know the answer that question i don't actually no i'm just not willing to concede its whitaker concerts too damn romero's out there you got one romero the hill defended take down at at forty percent and he's he's so good added at forty percent work but then got another romero were you never even going to get the leg in the first place so there's there's all these questions and i would argue on robert would occur side is the fact that this is the fiveround atmosphere does romero have the wind to go if you watch his matches from amateur wrestling to mma you're going to the come to the conclusion that no he doesn't know he does not have the wind to go 25 minutes the problem is and you gotta take it from me your eyes are going to play tricks on your eyes are going to play tricks on vehicle watches for you have to trust me on this the problem is nobody actually knows how much energy that guy's got because he will not use any more than he needs to and if you wanna pick it up he will pick it up with you if you wanna slow it down hill slow it down with you he will let you control the pace but i've never seen him lose a competition.