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Top NBC exec Ron Meyer leaving after settlement with woman
"Ron Meyer is out after 25 years. CEO Jeff Shell issued a statement saying Meyer inform the company last week about an extramarital affair he had years ago. That led to extortion attempts against him. Meyer then issued a statement of his own, saying he recently told his family and the company that he'd made a settlement under threat with a woman outside the company who had made false accusations against him. The woman involved was not named, but the New York Times identifies her as the same woman who had had a sexual relationship with the chairman of Warner Brothers. He also resigned after the relationship went public new study shows The gender pay gap
Trump gives Medal of Valor to officers who responded to Dayton shooting
"Dot com resident trump the suit today presenting the medal of valor to six police officers to stop the mass shooting in Dayton Ohio and five civilians to help prevent more deaths in the mass shooting in el Paso Texas in a few moments I will award six police officers from Dayton Ohio with our nation's highest public safety award the medal of valor. I will also honor five Americans from el Paso Texas with certificates of commendation recognizing the civilians who displayed tremendous bravery earns about stray bullets growing in Loudon county after one hit a woman yesterday stray bullets from target shooters have hit a number of houses and all the and Leesburg yesterday one grazed a woman shoulder while she was standing on her property several hundred yards away from where her neighbors were doing target practice supervisor Ron Meyer it's strange from houses being hit almost monthly your being a part and it's only a matter of time before the injuries or here he says the problem is target shooters don't need anything to catch the bullets I'm really optimistic that we will get some sort of farming requirement for the supervisors and their session in
"ron meyer" Discussed on Going Deep with Chad and JT
"Yeah. Uh putting it out there nice nice but do you think hollywood does rewrite stories sometimes to live yeah like this is kind of a woman read the book powerhouse our house about like the history yeah and they kind of position one of the guys who passed away kind of tragically as who is going to be the head of c._a. Not passed away way but then when i was reading i was like did the writer kinda. Just make him fit that part because that would be the best way to tell the story. That's interesting you know. I don't know the facts of that. I know exactly what you're talking about and i read the book. It's interesting how how it's like revisions history kind of like any need that tragic figure right and so. I don't know the answer to that question. I i wish i could tell you. I don't know the answer to that question but you might be right right yeah. I'd like talk to that to shave sheila's. Who was the road it yeah. He's yeah tom shane listening to something like that book. Though and then he talked about ron meyer earlier and i was like doc character he's the best guy in the world just like every store you've he. He was in the room for every hollywood story that ever happened and he sits gregarious areas friendly wonderful guy yeah. That's cool. Yeah i my baby. The week is <hes> the interior of my toyota prius <hes> i got it just like there's something sacred about just being in the inside of your car when you're on your way to something and you need to get into that zone and you put on the right song and you've got your windows down down and you're just getting dialed in and i think it's like specially in so cal where you know we're stuck in traffic sometimes and you just have this little bit of space where it's just this you and you are saying how you're going to be vitamin and i need it and it's i love it like i get jacked up on my way to shit. You know i list all the things i'm afraid love ice cream amount into the air blast a song that.
"ron meyer" Discussed on KindredCast: Insights From Dealmakers & Thought Leaders
"A new episode when we return here's Ron your personal beginnings. You have obviously had a decorated career running the Universal Studio Business for twenty three years. You've overseen such great movies like gladiator meet the parents fast and furious franchises to me many many more than I can even name Universal Universal Studios Business I think now generates seven billion dollars in worldwide box office and has had a huge rebounded research until the last few years. It's a really great story but you started as a scrappy kid that dropped out of school and went to the Marines right and even people that know you today I think think of you as a congenial and easygoing and easy to get along with cosmic friend to everyone in the industry but sounds like you had some rebelliousness new back then I was a kid I mean I left school at Fifteen. I and my mother and father escaped Nazi Germany in Nineteen thirty nine. They emigrated to Los Angeles. They met actually here but they both had similar backgrounds both escape at the same time so I was born here. My parents barely spoke English at the time and I was in school not liking school will I was boxing shooting pool every day and I preferred that to going to school so I would cut school literally every single day and when I was fifteen I never set foot in school again except to go to what they call continuation school so you can get a work permit. I went to school for like like one day a week for three hours and got a work permit so I could get a job and when I was seventeen I went in the Marine Corps then I got other Marine Corps added a lot of jobs but I got a miracle job working for many poll Kunar a great old time theatrical agent he represented William Wyler enjoyed Houston and Ema Bergman Lana Turner and Charles Bronson and people like that when I was his driver and all their driver whenever they would be in town or they needed something delivered or picked up and I was the seven day week driver for them and had you find your way from the Marines due to a talent agency bad. You know that you want to do that. When I was in the Marine Corps I got the measles and I was quarantined and embarrassed to admit that I had never read a book up to that point in my life and while I was quarantine those days there was no Internet there was no T._v.? In those rooms terms and my mother sent me to book she sent me a book called the embassy dukes which was about kids in trouble which I always been and another one called the flesh pedal is by many M- Stephen Long Street and it was about a guy who worked at an agency and he went out with beautiful women in drove fast cars and I thought wow what a great way to make a living and I didn't know there was such a thing I was one of those people that I grew up in Hollywood Los Angeles. Can I thought when you went to a movie we just finished shooting the night before I had no concept of what it took to make a movie about the movie business and my father was a ladies dress salesman a traveling salesman so I didn't have any understanding with the film business was I read this book and I thought wow when I get out of the Marine Corps. This is what I'm gonNA WANNA do. I wonder what about it really appeal to you. What sparked you the fast cars and beautiful women and it seemed like what was the job? There was actually a job as being an agent the. Book is fictitious book a fictitious character but it was a ride and I thought why what to do with my life and I thought it was good as any so I was working. I got a lot of jobs I got a job at a men's clothing store. Go Zeidler Zeidler and I'd been interviews. I went to every agency around anybody. Nobody I would meet at asked you know anybody in the agency business kinda surprising if you're at a company town like Hollywood again Los Angeles. Somebody knows somebody who knows somebody who knows somebody and that's what happened to me. I met someone who knew somebody who do somebody and their Messenger Asia quit and they remember a guy named Ron worked Xilin Zeidler and they called up those days as making about thirty five forty dollars a week Zeidler Zeidler hard to believe that but you could actually live on that money those days they 'cause we. I so picture myself where I answered that phone and where I was when that happened happened. They said there's a coffee Ron. These ron came in the interview and I said Yeah there wasn't really an interview for jobs. They said come in the interview like most those things they know. One contact could begin if they try to contact with him. Don't don't answering machine or no one answer. My phones was phone rang and rang and rang or someone picked up and so they said you still want the job. It was on a Friday so we pay seventy five dollars a week. We view gas credit card. We pay for your lunches. I was rich overnight. You loved him. I quit my job that moment at the clothing store and I started at Pokonos Monday morning. How badly do you want the job that you want to break into Hollywood? I was desperate but I had sort of given up at that point by the time they called me. I'd been beating every door down that I possibly could and nobody was interested me. I thought being a veteran would have somebody carrying about but frankly my lack of education is really what helped me back and training but don't have any training whatever applications I get a refill out. They said we're job. You apply toys at anything available. You know it was not very sophisticated. Of course nobody hires anybody. That says anything available. I worked as. This is a driver and his Messenger for five years. Then I understood a little more about the business and I was ambitious mid twenties at that point I asked everybody around. Do you know anybody who I could meet. Actually I had to go to William Morris had targeted William Morris at the place that would be the right place for me anybody I would be I would say everybody at William. Morris introduced me to and again through that I got an introduction to Mandy Phil- Wellman William Morris Abani Paul flaherty actually who's very responsible by Chris President concerned he was at agent William Morrison. I used to bump into him at the studios why I would deliver things and he the interview with Phil Wellman and the woman after a number of months and lot of interviews hired me in the TV talent department. What do you think Paul Song You WanNa go out on a limb and get your interview? You know it's a good question. I don't know he's is a good guy a bump into Montana once. I feel complete indebted to them anytime anybody where ask how did you get to where you are. Popularity really was as far as I'm concerned as a person who made the introduction that changed my life. Kohner made the difference but I would have been stuck at corner. I could message still today. They're I pol. flirty hadn't come along and he did what he said he would do. He got me an interview at blue more say never forgot it though would never forget who you are for my experience and obviously not just mine but I think everyone that knows you. You don't forget about people in fact the just the opposite you prioritize advertise them. You refer to actually as Hollywood's Mister Nice Guy. You obviously were super agent who founded C._I._A.. With your partners that you've guided the careers of stars like Michael Douglas Barbra streisand Sylvester Stallone Meryl Streep. Even the rock has called view a second father to him. What is it about how you treat people that as a special and became such an important thing in your life? I always believed that the basics you treat people the way you want to be treated. You do the things you say you're GonNa do you tell the truth that you possibly can if it made the difference in my life than I'm fortunate because it's what I knew how to do and what was comfortable for me. I you know I always say don't mistake. Niceness for weakness world's a tough enough places it is. I think you got to kind of do the things you say you're going to do and treat people right and bring joy well if you can't. I don't know I bring joy but I do the best they can and I think if you treat people right it comes back to some form you can't be perfect. In none of us are perfect. I was never the smartest. I was never probably the best of what I did but I knew how to do. Those basics Lorne michaels is a friend of yours and obviously is a ferret. All right live fame said that you know it's always about the talent that we all serve. If you ever forget that you tend to be gone it's never about you. Certainly that's true I mean when you're on the side of the business that I've been on. We're dependent on talent in every area area to do the job that we need to be responsible for. So whether it's an agent is certainly about the talent whatever by be whether it's actors directors writers producers or on this side of the business a buyer. We need the right people to come to work. We've done for us. You also said it's also about follow through so I think part of treating people well also making sure you deliver what you say. Will you go back to what I said before. You have to do the things you say you're going to do. I think in the short run it's never appreciated but if you're going to stick around a long time it means everything thing I mean when someone says to me. I'll call you back in five minutes and they don't call me back for two days. I remember that I expect actually they'll call me back in five minutes if I say to someone I'll call you back in five minutes. If I don't have the answer a call the back in five minutes it won't have the answer for you and I'll let you know when I do but I think that's part of living in the planet. I do recognize it say rare quality in life and certainly maybe Hollywood that to flatter myself. I think it's a rare quality in every business but it's the thing that I teach my children. None of us are GonNa be the best at anything probably not or the smartest but you can do those things and that makes a difference as what really working together and people knowing they could depend on you even if you can't deliver the results as long as you do what you say you're going to do. I think the central believe in returning every email every phone call if someone abuses that I'll. mccollum or email email me again. Don't call me again but I will give the courtesy of that. I won't just ignore it. I believe that everybody deserves that courtesy. Do you feel like as being a nice guy and having those kinds of standards you ever feel taken advantage of where people abuse that privilege. I think people would abuse that communication part of it. When I'm accessible you know have the good habit of bad habit of picking up every call I can't quickly? I like calls better than I do emails or responding to emails immediately. There's some people who will waste your time and continue to wasted tatum. Don't call me anymore. You can't wasted so yeah you would take advantage of a little. I think it's probably a suckers play. A lot of people won't return phone calls in doe debris. I remember the days when people didn't return my call. It's painful sitting waiting and hoping they'll get back to you. I'm a believer that those kind of simple things is to do no matter how busy you are or where you are on the planet if you're too busy to do it then those of us that are that busy world we have assistance people that work with us who could make that call and say Mr Abyss X. is out today and a diving bell and they can return your call and they'll get back to you tomorrow or the day after tomorrow but at least the person who's waiting for that call no something so you add side probably Corny Square head answer but I do believe in no it so glad vehicle and of course suitable and the right way to do things but often overlooked. Let's talk about the movie business. You've been running Universal Russell pictures for twenty three years and what's the only correct you. I never really just ran universal pictures. I really by duties were a LA- changed over the years but were really primarily the theme parks the Physical Studio in the motion picture group you mentioned and all those pictures really other people are responsible for making those films I mean I'm there and I'm part of those decisions but they really are people. In this company run the motion picture on a daily basis that really responsible for the films we make don't even when times I could ever might have vetoed something they more or as much as I do too movie business a crap shoot no matter how smart you are. No one ever set out to make a failing movie. If you'RE GONNA have people do their job. You've got to trust them to do it. I hope you enjoyed our show today..
"ron meyer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Senator Ben Cardin, weighs in on the migrant situation on the Larry O'Connor show, if they have legitimate claims for asylum. We should listen to those claims, but in many cases, it is a situation of trying to improve their living conditions in their own country. Cartons trying to keep his Senate seat. He's running against Republican challenger Tony Campbell. Saudi Arabia says Washington Post columnist Jamal Kush shook. She is dead. They say he died in a fight with Saudi officials at the consulate in Istanbul. But while some lawmakers here in the states aren't buying that explanation. President Donald Trump is a different view. Trump had previously highlighted denials from Saudi leaders that they knew anything about cookies fate. And last night. He said he believed the latest party line out of Saudi Arabia to be credible. Correspondent sarah. Westwood the investigation continues into the wiring and installation of a handrail at MGM national harbor that shocked a six year old girl in June. The girl was swinging from the handrail when she was critically injured by a bolt of jolt rather of electricity, a court document obtained by the Washington Post says a third party electrical inspector at MGM national harbor said he felt pressure to accept work that wasn't too code. Some good news if you're running errands this weekend, and they evolve a trip to the gas station, the average price for a gallon of regular gas has dropped five cents in the district and four cents in the suburbs. We're now a two ninety nine in the district to eighty across the metro area. At this time last year, we were paying to sixty eight and to forty four respectively. Nationally drivers right now are paying to eighty seven a gallon. The AAA says crude prices are also down six dollars, but due to ongoing tensions between the US and Saudi Arabia over the death of a washy Dubose journalist. Prices could go back up Maria leaf WMA Allen, WFAN dot com. Recent polls show incumbent Republican Barbara Comstock trailing democratic challenger Jennifer waxed. In in the race for the tenth congressional district loud. How board of supervisors member? Ron Meyer tells WMA mornings on the mall. Look Comstock will need to do to win joking at the national political issues that the candidates are winning are talking about local issues. What I say about northern Virginia as if your top two issues are transportation and transportation, and maybe your third one is tolls. Then you're not winning transportation is not your number one issue. You are not waiting in northern Virginia. He says she'll talk about local issues like getting a twenty five million dollar federal grant for a project on north star boulevard in sports the cap spelled the Panthers six to five the brewers one.
"ron meyer" Discussed on From the Top with Host Christopher O'Riley
"Sickness bone he keeps a smile news bowl with the horror that is over he misunderstood folks become ends at his pockets in his hide in show bizz of guy dot and fine and done inside joe joel mazzoni or who has he misunderstood fox and spock it's eight and his he was a staunch zion to nobles around them loot he was scar at in shine a massive guy thought in dry guys joe what is time for performing their own joy doing lead vocals and violin was charles yang nick kendall is there other violinist and vocalist and ron meyer is the bassist and on that tune
"ron meyer" Discussed on RobinLynne
"Look dawn i want you to ring byron uh the not well by blue then who wrong with again and good logam nine god the night sale of mine and i garage by donald and wrong can then milan thumped began junked they got down marie by the road ron meyer we zou zoom swede around dawn let me out and saw glad fine any the new rule garang diet her bullying has blew iraq long laura.
"ron meyer" Discussed on Final Games
"Like it because i'm just like you i don't play games my phone either okay device at i've tried like i've tried to buy games my phone employer them i just never ever play them yeah yeah boy dropped seven is the exception yeah like even intend to wants to me in august socket in by the fact that it's the nintendo style games in that even like mario ron meyer jump whatever it's called uh you know just maybe last like who we can then it sits there is an untapped icon on my phone for yeltsin don't touch them y'all i'll have to give it a go bubel and we're gonna move onto while i guess you can play this game on phones or ipads as well it's good for travel life hoods playing this young a lot irish we play this game on it on pc like i think a lot of people did it sold gangbusters is while i was one of the smash in hits back in 2012 blew up it's a rogue like game but his cousin wonderful music to solicitous of music from the second to last game on days list unless of course i strains threat jim begin through the second to last game on day listening and this game you can also as i said play on iowa's devices it was released on i was devices back in 2014 but two years prior to that it came out on pc and just blew up it's a topdown robe like game that takes place in space where you sort of simulate controlling your ship and you know you have a career and you have to fight soon evade hall style other forces while all the way progressing your way through space it was originally a kickstarter anz it was developed by subset games and it's just one of the i dunno standards for robe likes like one of you talk about road legs so successful in the games this is one of the names that comes up all of the time and for good reason.
"ron meyer" Discussed on KKAT
"Continue to grow government and they're the consensus in dc no matter what side of the aisle or how ideological you are to continue to grow government right yeah there's not too little bipartisanship there's too much within the last couple of sentences wrong kind of summarize the the whole giant government experience and in why role doomed a ron meyer come tator is on the line um so uh what's your guest do they do they wrangle out temporary dealer or uh michael it looked like no because there's a couple of republicans like rand paul who aren't going to go for it and then all the democrats are not and so it would take somebody like a tim kaine or mark warner to foot their vote because you have to remember you know the senate has unique rules and you get these things done they you know to eat they may need sixty they may be able to pull it off with fifty but even getting fifty boats right now uh it it is going to be a hike and it looks like they're pretty far away from it right now and so it looks like we're heading that direction but there's not a lot of cath and the good news actually that from the trump administration is putting out different ways they're going to minimize the impact of a shutdown whereas remember barack obama in 2013 tried to everything to make government shutdown paint sure at least we have a president who is trying to do minimise the impact on the american people while congress is totally and utterly failing that would meet the john henry article i read about this talks about the freaking national parks home because that's one of the very few levers they have over us during these government shutdown of a ninety nine percent of us ron who don't depend on dc and the federal government at all and and a day in the previous showdown they went out of their way to any and ridiculous in a ridiculous manner that we've gone over many times to make it hard for you to to lino see forced the direct beside the road trump's going to try to the best he can keep that stuff open or a you know you will bowl so that is a different way to go.
"ron meyer" Discussed on Computer Talk with TAB
"And trump comes when i do that i have to put the password back in here let's correct yeah is normal but i'm unique device i password or your tablet answered my ron meyer wifi password mm from the router nets interesting it's losing that you could have an issue with adding law is put on hold he refer for our mimicry papin while i was on all year so bobby you an android right now did you find a way to set the dna yeah i gotta here we can put up a link our care would i am great inch make sure you put the opening in as settings for the ip addresses and that should solve your issue uh if it doesn't any could have a problem with a wifi in in the device armored provide propel yes you left it sitting too long and now is paying you back oh no non tariff or marlin hurry up a hundred and 44 megabits that's a good speed isn't that one hundred forty four megabit connection yeah worker idea fell with dea cells yeah you don't as the new hooded herve holy moley how much you paying for that are we cut lukud road ripped up a little bit more i think repair likely nine dollars a month for our gear fell while so just comparison how many folks union family my wife and i saw you of as far as i'm concerned way too much internet for what you use if you know when i'm down tariff i get i get twenty nine that's nothing to no no okay hang ano hang on 100 and fortyfour south fast your wifi connection is going to your router i'll is not how faster internet is certainly want to get a good idea network who that's your networks be debts of faster devices connected to your wi fi rao or uncle which are getting for broadband is if you do a speed test telco who we are promoting iso you're paying eighty nine dollars i bet you're paying eighty nine dollars for maybe twenty five or thirty megabits maybe you're getting more that's great power crime but you check that out but you're not getting hundred forty following r o point per gruber.
"ron meyer" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Business air mincing it hey lawn last one put bob bills cold stack to the snow uh i was looking at a highlight of a guy and i'm not sure if he was from yesterday's game if it was a throwback call from years prior but there was basic i thought it was then a teary lining up for a field goal and a bunch of people ran on the field and were shoveling snow mic guys who are like ballboys on the on the cold sideline were running over and shuffling snow and then the official ran over and chased a few of them back to the sideline what is the rule first of all i don't know if that was from yesterday or if that was a flashback from years earlier but it was i thought it was a teary so maybe it was yesterday what is the rule can't can every person in the midst of a timeout come off the sideline and sweep snow or is there one person to people whose allow no it was it was yesterday in may did shoe him off the field this goes back to the snow plow game for many years ago when ron meyer who just passed away ordered the guy in their tractor to go clear the area for a field goal attempt to and from that they they came up with rules that said that you cannot but you know you can't alter the the field if you're going to attempt a field goal like that other than using your hands the tried to clear an area where you're gonna pay for the holder to put the ball down but you you can't have other people go out with brooms or rakes or anything you know to try to clear the field you can you can clear yard blinds behind um you know if you're going one direction and you can come out with people can use the tractor to clear a yard line behind the direction that you're going but when it comes to field goal it's only the holder and the kicker that can use their hands to uh to try to to try to get a clean spot kick the ball and that's why they shoot him off the field yesterday they probably didn't want to be there anyway that mean that was unbelievable you hi that people just loved wide says snow game i'd said larry yes i'm watching the nfl la.
"ron meyer" Discussed on Laces Out
"Oh jerry you like sex on congrats you rewrite the best add copy in the world before we get off the the the game on ice planet hop today i just want to pay a quick tribute to the author of one of the great snow game moments of all time though late ron meyer now noth either one of you guys will get the reference by the snowplough game okay during my misspent youth the the patriots when they were terrible were planned don shula's dolphins in a game very much like today and they had a john deere tractorlike picture a leg up right on lawnmower with a scrub brush going attempt like erin on rhode island round or no zero zero game in the being tried to kick a field goal in meyer since the plow out onto the field and a cleared off a path and they kicked a gamewinning field goal while don shula's fucking head exploded on the light it was one of the great moments of all time now the guy who drove it it turned out was on work released from prison nice and i was i was doing a book signing a while ago from darkness the dynasty perfect for the holidays available on amazon it's bookstores everywhere and a guy lake said to me do you know who that guy was driving the tractor i said yes is name was mark henderson news on work release from prison he said didn't know what he was imprisoned four i said i actually that i don't go he goes he broke into my house so there you go doubtless might brush with greatness ron meyer died in his legacy is that move and run in the smu program into the ground nice ron meyer arrestable you know that very mild reopened are i'm sure you're aware of this jerry did you see how how mad sean payton is that one of the game when he officials up in a boot or something was hired by the nfl to work the saints game and he was one of the guys that switched on the saints perspire back in the day that got.
"ron meyer" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Councilman he was in a a beloved of philanthropist or anything like that he was a coach thirty years ago of the indianapolis colts and they say in what where are you going with this just just hear me out a 1980 six ron meyer took over the indianapolis colts and if you're a new word to the city um you may not remember a time where the colts were were dreadful all the time what you're seeing this year that that that was the norm that was the norm not only were the colts bad nar city was kind of struggling knows back when we were indianoplace we had the 500 that's about it and so ron meyer took over the indianapolis colts 1980 six and they were owen thirteen you think are bad now that the needy six cults and um they won the final three games of the season and ron meyer came back the next year and the colts went nine and six and they not only won the afc east but that was their first playoff appearance in the city of indianapolis roma are also named afc coach of the year that year and one mayer is important because he was kind of the first guy the head of that the head of the first time head of the team the first time the indianapolis colts gave or city hope you know we got so spoiled undermanning we just came to expect it it's like a yard mieno team would finish ten and six and was like that one really very good year i'm there was a time were this 96 thing in 1987 and making the playoffs thous a huge deal i remember going to colts gains as a kid seen that banner and was it was pretty sparse of there was pretty sparse and don't wow that was what happened that here you know in the early 90s owes seventy years old and remember seeing the bihar thing in the tunnel lonely up there what what what happen there was such a monumental moment in our city and he got me thinking how far indianapolis has come since that 1987 team in a strange way the progress of the colts is much like the progress of our city.
"ron meyer" Discussed on Sports Radio 610
"To play at new york at new england is already there addicts washington d c somebody different there don't you think there'll be a rematch of life that the conference champions ready to give the super bowl to philadelphia by the way saying if it were to have and i think it would apple it's a possibility right so you're going to go to philadelphia go to new england as well you're going to go to new england are gonna go go to watch agassi one we put them together no i i think it will mannheim again eight and we lynn private what's that at home against dallas for primed that could be but you know dallas is always maxed out new england's always mad wife there are you wanna there's the jets you're going to go to the metal adds to play the new york jets next year that's the team will arise team on the ground there are supposed to have younger joking about them tanking this year and now look the todd bowles your i dunno about team on the run i believe built well who's going gonna be the quarterback mccown another year with them maybe it's a musone you let the end there at one hundred years ago my class of o2 assuming this unwind away to to utilize josh personnel railway him off he was he was not good enough for them in the league for twenty years by the way was it you're on the subject former smu coach ron meyer passed away and it's it's so sad i mean i know rod and we this is ron meyer of the nfl run my yeah ron meyer me woman whilst coach twotime afc coach of the year with the culture with the patriots people forget about that he was a really i got about that i got fired by both those teams yet but he did some good things with both of them they had very good winning seasons under him obviously successful at slu but unsuccessful in the.
"ron meyer" Discussed on The WIRED Podcast
"Ryan gosling in something that you can find on over wrangles and films so obviously i think maybe on uniquely week wills intensive went on which families like well you know better make the most of my time in which the best film my code which is you build up resettle about me but i always end up going something like i am db or rotten tomatoes but when i was like looking at these sites you find that wall i am deepy rungs its best film the shawshank redemption is really different to what rotten tomatoes ranks as best film the wizard of all it was interesting yeah i know which way outcome come down epa could come and i know i so i kind of wanting to redefine dow we are why they've got these kind of big difference on what's actually going on your how to how they rank them what is the actual best film of all time well it's you can't you can't have a definitive wrangling lists of best films well well i mean yeah this is what these sites tried to devote i'd imagine most people come to them just thinking i won the if that film is goud and then you can see that it's gone is gone over seventy percent seething i'll give it a go because there are law films ryan so as you go you know i do think there is some kind of measures it i leave that say well i how aissa is if me and my boyfriend are arguing ever which fell to watch it then comes down to the russian mattis percentage of united and you not resumed that that percentages sort of the word of god now it is just haiti and assist the undisputable truth is to a films will he knows it better than a coin toss isn't it well is it's okay so yeah so this so i kind of looked at and so first so basically the way they come in the rankings we're looking i am deby and ron meyer is that that put the pre difference usta off.
"ron meyer" Discussed on KKAT
"Okay don't tell me the the casting couch is exactly what the casting couch is it is it's exactly what it is is it wrong is it right it's hollywood for some people there find whether they're like you know what if i'm in a move up now i have a chance to do it easier than that's what i'm going to do for a lot of other people though put see that the problem mazes he's a disgusting big who did it to people were were famous they didn't need this what's embarrassing here isn't the fact that he got caught what's embarrassing for hollywood and and and a lot of the democrats of people out there is this was known for ever in a day this was actually going to come out of new york times in the early two thousand but was squashed this was one of those situations where you should be ashamed because it finally came out and people knew about it and you guys killed it over and over again because why well because you can't give me there you protected your own all good here's what it is that's the way you feel any you know what it's it's you josh weeding got caught a couple of months ago is is wipers exwives it looking out all the stuff is all a bunch of fake crap the guy just looks at every girl thinks that she's a piece a it's this is all out there of course way that human pigs to make mistakes the pigs some people we think our pigs aren't actually pigs is something we think of greater actually pigs i've always said if you're trying that hard for something usually got something not this is what he put out trying to save his ass because he was fired last night but he said this out to his board which included his brother and the likes of ron meyer and jeffrey katzenberg my borders thinking of fire me all i'm asking is let me take a leave of absence to get it the.
"ron meyer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"The violent ms thirteen killer gangs and sanctuary cities northern answered back with quote t b h to be honest i've been expecting this maryland state controller peter franchise made it official he'll be seeking a fourth term next year french are released an upbeat campaign kickoff video i believe that our best together are yet that i believe that marilyn's best days are yet the franchise of democrat who is formed a good working relationship with republican governor larry hogan the site of an old slave cemetery and loudon county is going to be preserved the belmont slave cemetery now belongs to the loud and freedom center announ profit at preserves african american historical sites dissenters dr fred stoughton says they're director learned about a cemetery while she was doing research they approach the toll brothers real estate company which owns the land and assets if it could be preserved one freedom center the center plans fake war with felt there or other curtis sound wmal and wbalcom we learned yesterday the facebook plans to build a big new data center outside richmond or one northern virginia lawmaker says loudon county is already a pretty hot spot for such facility running out of nazareth eight data center as currently under construction loudon county one of them broad run supervisor ron meyer says is roughly the same size as the newlyannounced facebook center will be an n reiko balance ordered work revenue from it somewhere like this folks all of common law myers has the biggest challenges getting the data centres to fit with the residential parts of the county maria lay find wmal and wmal dot com new report says there are some see some ninety thousand virginians who are eligible for medicaid but having signed up for it yet the virginia department of medical assistance services about twothirds of the total or children some tense moments at a private high school in baltimore where students and teachers started getting sick from an unusual odor coming from a third floor of the school some of them had trouble breathing five went to the hospital with stomach pain the fire department said the has meant unit they finally found the source of the smell there was a plugin aerosol pumpkin spice air freshener checking your money the dow opens a day of twenty two seven 75 the.
"ron meyer" Discussed on People On The Bus Podcast
"Aegis wanna go from eight a b in on that go anywhere else so it's tough it's it was tough and i really feel for for him in his family's kids if he had 6 kids and once again you know just a pure talent mean awesome singer anna rip to him so it's what i ever jose what do you how well before i started i yeah it's i totally here he about depression i mean i've i've had my about two and definitely note a couple of people so yeah definitely here he there so you're my my where i have two quick things about for ron meyer round the bus the first is a recommendation for a movie i in the last couple of years i really don't go to the movie theatres much and just the other day i actually went out and watch big sick or at the big sec a comedy and i ha i you know it's a little bit up in on the friend or in on the cusp of being a romantic comedy but i thought it was really well written and you know highly suggested i mean there's uh it was really good you know the basic stories about the love story in the main character is a it's based on his truelife story how he met his wife but he's a comedian so and he's a pakistani pakistani muslim and so he's he's one of the characters on silicon valley which we talked about in the pass that we in at least i know jesse watches i watch um so highly recommend the big sec.
"ron meyer" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"On fm and am six thirty washington's mall wmal now washington mornings wall am six thirty good morning it is six seven on wmal where washington comes to talk each wednesday morning joining us that half an hour be cal thomas with every wednesday we're gonna get all his musings and thoughts on health care and and donald trump junior and it's seven thirty five senator ben cardin will be with us to discuss it that the the fbi building not going to be rebuilt not going to be moved in how that in an impacts maryland also healthcare and donald junior lots of talk to him about nato five ron meyer lydon cannons supervisor to talk about whether or not there will be another region over the potomac what he say this really really necessary to be sentenced traffic i intend with unmarried mary wealthier sitting with vince pollinates cavorting good morning goldstone brokered the meeting last june between trump jr under russian lawyer who goldstone said could offer quote some official documents and information that would incriminate hillary and her dealings with russia warning to the emails released by trump jr he replied quote if it's what you say i love it so so that's a a report yesterday of course the big news of the day yesterday down from junior beating the new york times leaking his own emails notley can't i guess releasing releasing his own emails on twitter which tailed the source set up for this june two thousand sixteen meeting the much ballyhooed one now and in which he sat down with a russian lawyer and paul manafort as well as jared kushner and they're all sitting a room together trying to get from her what dirk she may have had on hillary clinton because this was set up by a a a a british publicised but the name of robert goldstone who connected them all and he was like interested you know so so what ends up happening is these emails include information that hey this this includes like details from the russian government and he said hey pumped to hear above to here it's all a of meeting so he does and now we're left with this.