35 Burst results for "Rouge"

Why Football Fans Don't See Many Night Games in Lubbock

Fore The People

01:14 min | Last month

Why Football Fans Don't See Many Night Games in Lubbock

"Lubbock seems to be on the up and up. It just seems to get better every year. It just seems to one of those cities that just keeps going, rise, climb, climb, climb, climb. Yeah, I know when Texas came to town this year, it was a hell of a deal out there. Love it. And I love this rally, but it doesn't seem to have any night games. I love it. It seemed to have a lot of love. That's more, yeah, that's performance based, really. I mean, there are night tomorrow, Pat Mahomes is going into the Hall of Fame tomorrow night, so that'll probably be a rowdy one, but. Lubbock's got over 300,000 people, but the best probably tell you it's the college towns, like Baton Rouge is a huge city, but it's a freaking college town, right? Like Lubbock getting big, but it's a college town. Those are the ones where people like shut it, shut it all down. Like Fort Worth, no matter what, it'll look like TCU is, you know, that's obviously four words. DFW's big 12 school, but then you have SME all this other crap, but dude, most of the alums from other schools are all tech, Texas a and M, university, I mean, all over the goddamn place just because it's too big. So, I mean, TCU actually like they actually have a hard time selling out night games compared to early ones sometimes. I know that sounds insane. But it's because of the people that are there.

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Doorbell video shows malnourished Texas twins seeking help

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last month

Doorbell video shows malnourished Texas twins seeking help

"A woman accused of abusing her twin teens in suburban Houston has a criminal record of child abuse I Norman hall Court records show a mother whose twin teenagers told police in suburban Houston they were handcuffed and forced to drink bleach pleaded guilty a decade earlier to charges of putting her kids in danger Zika Duncan was arrested in Louisiana this week along with her live in boyfriend Doorbell videos show the 15 year old siblings barefoot and holding handcuffs knocking on homes before dawn in their neighborhood and Cyprus and asking for help According to an affidavit by Harris county constable the brother and sister were severely malnourished and said the abuse had been occurring for months the mother and boyfriend are being held in Baton Rouge and face extradition On Norman hall

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10 juvenile offenders now in area of Louisiana adult prison

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | Last month

10 juvenile offenders now in area of Louisiana adult prison

"Ten young offenders from a suburban New Orleans juvenile latke plagued by violence and escapes have been transferred to the state's main adult prison I Norman hall the tint young offenders were moved from the British city center for youth to the Louisiana state penitentiary at Angola a sprawling remote maximum security prison farm north of Baton Rouge the temporary move was allowed by federal judge over the objections of criminal justice advocates and the young inmates families Each dean will have his own sale and be segregated from the adult population They will be moved back to a youth facility after renovations are completed Governor John Bel Edwards and correction officials announced the transfer of plan in July amid growing pressure from elected officials concerned about escapes I Norman hall

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Who Would Make a Great Supreme Court Advocate?

The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated

05:22 min | 2 months ago

Who Would Make a Great Supreme Court Advocate?

"Just because you've watched so many Supreme Court arguments, you know, so many of the justices, you know, so many of the legal people. If you had to recommend a Supreme Court advocate today, someone called you up and their company is on the line, they have to argue before the Supreme Court, who would it be? I guess it would probably be Paul Clement. You and I said the same thing. I got asked that question a couple of years ago. And I've never met Paul Clement or spoken to him, but I hit Paul Clement. Tell people why. Well, because he's just if he weren't such a nice and intelligent and good guy, I would say that he was an idiot savant of an advocate. I mean by that, I don't mean that he's an idiot. I mean that even when he was a baby advocate, he came to the Justice Department with John ashcroft for whom he had worked on the Senate Judiciary Committee, I think. And he was in his young 30s and Ted Olson was the solicitor general and had just won Bush versus gore for president Bush by then president Bush and ashcroft, I think, actually wanted Paul to be solicitor general and the compromise was that he would be deputy, which he was for four years, and then he became solicitor general on his own. But as Ted also would say, Paul is just an amazing advocate. And he is not a, you know, when he worked for the government, he represented the government. When he worked for the Catholic Church, he represents the Catholic Church. Do I think that is closer to an approximation of his views? Yes, I do. But he was a just a bang up advocate for the government. And so was Ted Olson. They both represented they both defended the McCain feingold law. And one in the Supreme Court, and it fell apart years later, and they represent different interests now that they're in private practice, but that didn't stop them from being the best advocates possible for their client at the time and their client at the time was the United States government. You just named two of the four of the greatest Supreme Court advocates of my generation, the other two being the now chief justice John Roberts, and the fourth being an it'll come to me. I just forgot his name. And there are four. And they were always, I get calls, and when the chief justice was in private practice at Hogan, I would say go get him. And now when I get calls, I say go get Paul Clement because Ken Starr judge Starr is no longer practicing. They work great Supreme Court advocates because they just are at ease and I bring that up because of your Walter dellinger story on page one 30 and God bless the late Walter dellinger, who is a great man in the law, with whom I disagreed often. But he mixed up the names of justices, O'Connor and Ginsburg in his first argument. That's over practicing. Nina, that's don't you think that's what it was. He was overprepared he had thought about it so much. I'm not going to mix them up. I'm not going to mix them up. I'm not going to mix them up, and he mixed them up, and they were not happy. I don't even know if it was that. First his first argument, it just was maybe the first time he faced the two of them on the court. You're right. You're right. And he said, I mean, I've done this. I've said North Carolina when my script says South Carolina, I don't know what happens. In a less than ladylike expression, it's a brain fart. Yeah. Happens to me like on a daily basis. Nina totenberg. I mean, on a daily basis, three hours of radio you're going to do it, your buddy Steve never makes a mistake inscape. And I really hate that. But I make mistakes every day. Let me go on now to what the essence of dinners with Ruth is. And I remind you of the Frank luntz role, we've got to say the title of dinners with rouge 7 times for people to remember dinners with Ruth and order dinners with Ruth. And I want to tell my Friends on the center right in the right, this book will charm you and inform you and you'll be better for having read it. I said that most recently about Evan Thomas's one, Evan is a friend, one is about justice O'Connor and as dinners with Ruth does for justice Ginsburg one did for justice O'Connor and together they do what is only very infrequently done they give you a glimpse of the real world of the Supreme Court. And you know what? So much better than I do. I know some of the justices, but not as friends. I mean, colleague, John Roberts, an old colleague, chief just a justice Thomas and Stephen Breyer sat for interviews. And justice Gorsuch had been spent time with, but I don't know them like you know them. And you are a great storyteller. And you humanize them, but especially judge justice Ginsburg. Did you intend that when you began?

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The New Movie  'Elvis' Is an Oscars Shoo-In

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:39 min | 2 months ago

The New Movie 'Elvis' Is an Oscars Shoo-In

"Kind of tell you guys, I saw the Elvis movie. Damn, was that a good movie? You know, the director baz luhrmann has a very stylized way of making movies. If you saw the famous one he did, I mean, you know, Romeo and Juliet, moulin rouge, Gatsby, he has a certain way of making movies, even though Australia, which wasn't my favorite kind of movie. It definitely has a certain look to it that you can't mistake. It's like, you know, when you hear a certain guitar player, you can tell if it's Aerosmith, you can tell if it's The Rolling Stones, YouTube, you can hear slash them all away, you can hear, you know, Keith Richards in my way. Same thing with bosler and you always know when you're watching one of his movies. But I'll tell you, Elvis, the movie just built and built and built. It kept getting quicker and quicker and quicker until not no spoilers here. Elvis develops a drug, a pill habit, and, you know, he starts to lose, lose it, and just an amazing, amazing portrayal by Austin butler, this guy was born to play Elvis role, music was great. They even like patched in like some rap ish music into Elvis songs or I can't explain it. They took the old, the music of down south, you know, the black music, the gospel songs and infused it with some contemporary singers from today, and it really sounded amazing. Austin butler's gorgeous. I don't think Elvis had eyes that blue, but the weird thing is the way Tom Hanks plays colonel Parker, you might find that odd 'cause he has this accent he used it. I always thought colonel Parker was like a southern gentleman kind of guy. You know, like, I just assumed he was that guy. Even though he did live down there, he had this Dutch accent apparently. And it was a Dutch accent that I've learned he used that also had the hottest speech impediment, so Tom Hanks really went out of his way with prosthetics you can't believe. You can't believe it's Tom Hanks. The accent, the prosthetics, the acting, there's no question he's going to be up for best actor. I've even put Austin butler up as well from the same movie. It's that good.

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Rapper Mystikal, accused of rape, denied bond by judge

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 months ago

Rapper Mystikal, accused of rape, denied bond by judge

"A rap star arrested in Louisiana will stay behind bars for a while mystical is not going anywhere for the time being and the time being may turn out to be a long time a Louisiana judge has refused to set any bond for the rap star who is accused of raping and choking a woman at his home near Baton Rouge The judge says the evidence against the musician along with his history and the victims fears of him meet the standard for him to be held until trial I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Rapper Mystikal again accused of rape; held without bond

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 months ago

Rapper Mystikal again accused of rape; held without bond

"A popular app starts once again been accused in a rape case Authorities in Louisiana have taken mystical into custody after accusing him of rape the new allegations made by authorities near Baton Rouge come more than a year after prosecutors dropped charges that are kept them in jail for 18 months elsewhere in the state before prosecutors dropped the charges against him in this latest case authorities say mystical faces charges including first degree rape and domestic abuse battery there are ten counts against them all told Mystical is 51 years old and is currently being held without bond of first degree rape conviction could knit mystical the life sentence A Moscow's Gabriel

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 Average US gasoline price falls 32 cents to $4.54 per gallon

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 4 months ago

Average US gasoline price falls 32 cents to $4.54 per gallon

"The average price of gases down I'm Lisa dwyer with the latest The average price of regular grade gasoline plunged 32 cents over the past two weeks to $4 and 54 cents per gallon analyst will be lundberg of the lundberg survey says that the continued decline comes as crude oil costs have also declined Lundberg says that further drops at the pump are likely as the wholesale gasoline price cuts continue making their way to street level The price at the pump is down 55 cents over the past 6 weeks but it's still a dollar 32 higher than a year ago Nationwide the highest average price for regular grade gas was in Los Angeles at $5 and 65 cents the lowest average was in Baton Rouge Louisiana at $3 and 90 cents The survey says the average price of diesel dropped 22 cents to $5 and 55 cents I'm

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State judge blocks Louisiana from enforcing abortion ban

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

State judge blocks Louisiana from enforcing abortion ban

"Louisiana authorities have once again been blocked from enforcing the state's near total ban on abortion I Norman hall A state judge in Baton Rouge released an order that temporarily blocks enforcement That gives time to lawyers who are north Louisiana clinic and other supporters of abortion rights to pursue a lawsuit challenging the legislation Louisiana's law includes trigger language that made it effective when the Supreme Court reversed abortion rights upon its of the law say it's unconstitutionally vague They also say it doesn't spell out exceptions for what the law calls medically futile pregnancies I Norman

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AJ Benza Talks About His Time Hosting Mob Parties at 'Rouge'

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:07 min | 5 months ago

AJ Benza Talks About His Time Hosting Mob Parties at 'Rouge'

"Crew got a junior's crew was very different. Gambino died back in 1976, and John Gotti was behind bars thanks to testimony from Sammy the bull gravano, but while he was away, his son John Gotti junior started to run the show and intimidating people like stratus who owned restaurants and nightclubs. This is back in the 90s. So John Gotti and his crew stratus says, that's what they lived on. They would shake down every restaurant from the upper east side to midtown. And as a new kid on the block, it was stratos turned to pony up some dumb. Or at least that's what two have Gotti junior's top honcho thought one night. And stratus was not a big dude, not a musculo, but didn't take any shit. He said, what do you guys want? And they said, we want 5000 a month. We're going to break you in those every week. All right, so let me give you a quick answer stratus says, go fuck yourself. That's how he was. He had no fear at all back then. A couple of nights later, someone starts throwing black paint on the dining windows every night. And stratus would go out and scrub them down each morning to make sure to have a nice and clean again for that night's business. Ralphie Coppola noticed this is happening. And he said to stress, sit tight. Don't worry about nothing. I got this. Two days later, transitive phone call from the Ralphie's guys. Tell them to come, they will restaurant called ferrier, very popular vistro called ferry on the upper east side. So when he gets there, Ralph is there with Bucky and all the Gambino composer in the back sitting around. So he sits down with Ralph and Bobby and the 5 heads of the Gambino family. And Ralph basically says to the guys in the Gambino crew, listen, this kid is with us, and you tell John Gotti junior tobacco. What for if he doesn't back off, this thing's gonna escalate. And stratus has said his head just spun around, like, you know, the guys turned around and said, all right, we like this kid. He's a good kid. Don't worry. We'll talk to John junior. We'll squash this and lo and behold, it was squashed. That's the kind of power Ralphie Coppola had back then. And just like that, and I know how this goes because I was put on this protection as well. Stratus was under the protection of the Genovese

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Average US gasoline price jumps 39 cents to $5.10 per gallon

AP News Radio

01:13 min | 6 months ago

Average US gasoline price jumps 39 cents to $5.10 per gallon

"The latest gauge of U.S. gas prices documents the surge over the past three weeks I'm Ben Thomas with the closer look The lundberg survey puts the average price of regular grade gasoline at $5 ten cents per gallon nationwide a spike of 39 cents over the past three weeks in a dollar 97 more than a year ago Motorists in the San Francisco Bay Area are paying the most at 6 55 per gallon Baton Rouge Louisiana the least at $4 43 cents Analyst trilby lumbergh sits higher crude oil costs and tight gasoline supplies are behind the rise and she notes it could be worse Oil is mostly priced in U.S. dollars and the dollar has been strengthening Meanwhile gasoline demand has been weak even over Memorial Day Thanks to the punishing high pump prices In U.S. refineries are operating at 94.2% of capacity The lumberg also notes refining capacity has shrunk over the past two years so that does not translate to flush supply Finally with wholesale gasoline prices spiking lumberg says the retail sector has lost margin and as those operators try to catch up motorists can expect to pay yet more in the days ahead I'm Ben Thomas

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Mike's Hit and Misses in Latest Theatre Shows

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:26 min | 8 months ago

Mike's Hit and Misses in Latest Theatre Shows

"Speaking of planets, I don't often criticize shows that I see, but if you're looking for a Broadway show, you may think twice before you shell out a hundred or a 150 bucks to see the little prince on Broadway. Oh, painful. Painful. Remember the little prince, the book about the little, if it was a weird book, I remember when I was a kid, I read it. I thought, well, that kind of sounds kind of neat. I acrobats and stuff. I did a Broadway weekend, so I'll get ready for theater because I'm going to Dallas Friday to start rehearsals for a funny thing happened on the way to the forum. I'm going to play suitless in that Steven Sondheim classic. It's a very funny show. So I decided to get some theater in my system. I'm a big Mitt, a big mess with little prince on Broadway. A hit with Billy Crystal and mister Saturday night. He's back on Broadway. And he can't even sing and it's still a great musical. It's pretty cool. He doesn't need this thing. He's Billy Crystal. Who cares if he misses the notes? And I was in the front row. It was wild. To be that close and some great, great performances and just a neat story. Remember the movie? Buddy young junior wasn't a big commercial hit, but hope it'll be a Broadway hit for Billy Crystal and then finally moulin rouge, which is one of the still one of the hottest tickets on Broadway.

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Why Has Russia Set Their Sights on Kyiv? Konstantin Kisin Explains

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:14 min | 9 months ago

Why Has Russia Set Their Sights on Kyiv? Konstantin Kisin Explains

"Let's start with trying to cast away illusions as to what's going on. I've heard from those who have connections to the region that it's not obvious. Not all ethnic Russians in Ukraine are pro Vlad and not all ethnic Ukrainians are ready to grab an AK and shoot Russians. It's more complicated than that. Will you explain why Ukraine? Why the mythos of rodina of the motherland of rouge people is so intimately tied with Kyiv. This isn't just stopping EU and NATO membership for zelensky. This is a deeply historically and the nation itself has deep propaganda value for the Kremlin does it not. Well, the history of Russia of the modern Russian state originally dates back to the 9th century when a bunch of Vikings came over and they started essentially a trading post or a colony in what now since then has become Kyiv. And that is where the entire history of that part of the world originates from. And since then there have been various historic shapes, shape shifting and changes and borders and all sorts of things. And Ukraine has always been a piece that has been disputed by a bunch of local empires, whether that was the Russian Empire, whether it was the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, where there was Poland, all of these nations had had an influence in that region. And Ukraine had always been fought over by the different sides. But of course, there are other things and one of the reasons I was able to predict that the invasion would happen that it wouldn't be limited to the two breakaway so called breakaway regions in the east was because Vladimir Putin told us exactly how he sees it and I encourage all of your viewers and listeners to go and find a good translation of the speech he gave on the eve of the invasion. Because in it, he lays out exactly his vision and his vision is very simple. He believes that at some point during the existence of the Soviet Union, weak leaders like Vladimir Lenin and Nikita Khrushchev and others made a series of weak decisions that split the Russian people that split off a piece of the Russian nation and glued it together as he says with portions of what used to be Poland and Hungary in the

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How Democrats Stopped One Man's Fight Against Gang Violence

The Larry Elder Show

00:56 sec | 10 months ago

How Democrats Stopped One Man's Fight Against Gang Violence

"Chico, we've got shooting in homicides up over the last couple of years year to year about 40% and almost all of the victims as you know are black and Hispanics. Why in your opinion have we had this increase in shootings and murders in the last couple of years? It's definitely political for me because I can tell you what happened to me in the city of Compton. I formed a continent and I did this, put crips in Paris rouge together. To stop all the gay mothers in the city and had a program I had this work and it worked. But guess what happened for political reasons, the political reasons they stopped my program and content. I was meeting with first and started off with four crypts and four blood at the end of the day I was meeting with 3000 crypts and pyruvate. So I went in front of the city council, which is I can say that it's all Democrats. And what happened, they denied my program.

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12 American Cities Broke Homicide Records This Year -- Each One Led by Democrats

Mike Gallagher Podcast

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

12 American Cities Broke Homicide Records This Year -- Each One Led by Democrats

"News. 12 American cities broke annual homicide records this year every one of them led by Democrats, Philadelphia topped the list, surpassing 500 murders as of November 26th, breaking last year's numbers. Rounding out the top 5 Indianapolis, Columbus, Louisville, Baton Rouge. Others in the dirty dozen. As just the news dot com reports, where Albuquerque, Tucson, Portland, Rochester, Toledo, Austin and St. Paul, Minnesota. Chicago still leads the nation in total homicides for the year. And the fact is, every single one of these cities is led by

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"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Thought that they were either caroling off fans or they just worked for SEC network. Well, I was on a show on the show Saturday morning and our group, the only there was only one person that picked South Carolina over Clemson. Okay. Well, I mean, I've heard a lot of talk about Jordan and Bama on the show. I also want to say as a big clunk of fan, I can say that that door to defense, they are nasty. They have a better watch out. They're going to get it's not going to be good. It's not going to get on Saturday. Well, I am glad to hear that. I was worried. Marcia is in Tennessee. Hello Marcia, good afternoon to you. Hi, Paul, how are you? I am doing better than I deserve. Well, I just called to share with you this. Just super duper excited about Josh. And what he's bringing to kind of stay and just really excited. So I just wanted to tell the Georgia fans and those banners out there. You know what, get ready. We're coming for you. And we're bringing them back. I like to hear that, Martha. Well, thank you so much for sharing that Ricky is up next. Hey, Ricky. Hey, mister Paul. I'm calling you. How are you doing? I am well, thank you. Yes, sir. I've enjoyed your show for many years. I just have one comment to make her a lot of people talking. You know, about the championship game this weekend. And it just seems like Alabama everybody wants to Alabama just save their time and save their fuel and not even travel to Atlanta. We have all seen Alabama teams that have issues like we have this year. Of course, we have Brian Robinson hurt. We've all seen the Alabama teams that have had issues win big games. And I just want to know your take on that, sir. Well, there's no doubt. I mean, you would be broke betting against Nick Saban. Although lately, you might have been broke betting with Alabama. But we're talking about winning a game, not carrying the spread. So Saban's done the unthinkable. He wins all of these type of games and but this may be his most difficult. We'll talk more about it Friday when we get to Atlanta. We are going to take a break right now. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hello, David. Hello. Go right ahead. You're on the air. All right. I'm glad we're keeping a more expensive bluegrass and other market man, but I love Nancy. I respect that. I mean, you've got to respect mix excited for everything he's accomplished at Alabama. But the way they can put up on the board against auburn, there's no way they're going to score on that door to lease it. So I am predicting a shutout. That would be quite a revelation. Hey, thank you for the call. Appreciate it. We'll try Luke one more time. Luke, are you there now? Yes. Well, great. Well, Luke. Luke, before you start, how old are you? I'm 7. You're 7. Well, that's a good age. Thank you. What's on your mind tonight, Luke? I was just wondering if Alabama's office supply could hold George's defense of wine. Yeah, Luke. Watching the auburn game, you'd have to be a little bit concerned about the Alabama offensive line, especially with the uncertainty of Brian Robinson their best running back. He is banged up and if he's not a 100%, I think that really puts them in a tough spot. You.

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"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"I'm the Fox new Ellis. You talk about three guys that look at the game of basketball for different president. The energy that we have the chemistry that we have. The three of us bald guys have well over a hundred years of college basketball experience. 80 years with Seth Greenberg and then you and I have ten years each of us to a hundred old men on campus follicle challenge, but brilliant know the less. Don't miss it. I don't know where you go to get it. But wherever you go, go. Some love him. He's a football God. And some hate him. You Tom Brady, can I say that? But no matter how you feel, you know his name. Tom Brady. Tom Brady papa Brady. But what can we learn from Tom's career about the world and about ourselves? From religion of sports and ESPN+, this is man in the arena. Listen and follow now on Apple podcast Spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Welcome back here. Let's check in with Daryl next. Good afternoon, Darrell. Hey, Paul, first of all, to congratulate you on making the Google's logo. I don't know if you've seen it or not, but I got your most got there on Google. I did see that. Part of their logo. Yeah. Hey, let me ask you, why does what? I don't understand why coaches have to leave like Brian Kelly. Why can't I just finish out the season and then go? What's the big deal to live in now? Why do you have to go now? Because he has to recruit. But if I'm a player and you're recruiting me and you're trying to I'm not gonna buy into what you're trying to say, because I'm gonna say, you just walk back on your team. You walk on your team and what while still outside along the shop, still outside shot and make the 14 playoffs. But you just walk out. You have to remember something, Daryl, they don't want him there anymore. He's now recruiting the same players. He's bringing coaches so this is not the old days where you could do it. And it has been done before, but not in a long time. And even even when assistants do it, remember Kirby took to Georgia job and stated Alabama. There was a lot of tension there because there were accusations that Kirby was stealing the recruiting board. So the separation is better. I'm telling you. Well, I might be true, but I mean, look here, what is Brian Kelly done anyway? Into big games. What is he done? I just don't I can not understand. Well, he did that. I mean, last year he beat the number one. He beat the number one team in the country last year. He will not be by Cincinnati this year, right? 58 obvious in the country. Like number 29 defense. I mean, I don't say it. Hey, what do you think about Mars? Maybe at Oklahoma. You think it's possibility? I think it's unlikely to consider it looks like he's agreed to an extension. Until you sign it, it doesn't matter what you've agreed to, but I don't think he's going. I got a couple more things for you real quick. Let's say Cincinnati loses their championship game. Now have one law. But if that happened, okay? Even if Georgie's Alabama happened, would you take a two law team? Like, Ohio State or Alabama would get in over Cincinnati with one loan? Yeah, so do. I do too. I play that's a possibility. I'll play only chances that it has is like I need Georgia. The Georgia has to be that amount of the only way Oklahoma sites probably gonna get in. Mister is definitely probably gonna get in. The George offers a log and then Alabama or Cincinnati. And for one last thing, okay, I want to remind you the one thing, okay? Legend, we got a backup quarterback that just is good, okay? I mean, it knows the playbook. So you keep hating those deaths in bed at all you won't. He has to be last time I have time. It will not come out of disability. This is what's going to side this football game. What's on the side of this game is your team has called to see national championships. Your team has been a sick times in a row. Your team is the one that we have been waiting on, okay? This is the game right here, legend. That's what it's going to come down to. These boards are going to show up in Georgia. Okay, Kerber's bar. I guarantee you. They will be ready, all right? And then you ain't gonna be able to do anything with that deepest live. I think this is nasty. So you hope. JD is up next to hello JD good afternoon. Hey, Paul, thank you for taking my call. Thank you. Paul, were you one of those people that actually thought South Carolina was going to be constant on Saturday? No. Okay, good, 'cause I feel like.

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"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:58 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"What I wanted to just mention, and I don't know if someone else has already mentioned this is the way the boosters at OU are freeing Lincoln rally, they're calling him a traitor. They're saying that he insinuated he wasn't going anywhere. And then he turned around and left us. I'm dropped. Isn't that the same thing that owe you and Texas did to the big 12? And the other members of the business? Well, not quite. I mean, oh, you said we are leaving, but they didn't leave. They said they gave us a three. They gave everybody a three or four year notice. Yeah, but they created a whole lot of trouble. They did. They did. For everybody. And I think both schools right now are getting what they deserve and I hope it and I hope it continues. So but anyway, thanks. I just love you that OU fans are now getting a taste of their of their own of their own. Well, everyone in college football or at least most everyone has gone through this at some point. And I've heard it over the years. And it's usually the same. How could they do this to us? But these coaches are mercenaries. I say that and people get mad and say, well, they're great, but you know, they're out for themselves, and I think Brian Kelly showed that yesterday in Lincoln did the day before, and there'll be a few more who do it in the coming days. Some may handle the departure better than others, but there's no good way to leave. You're walking out. You're getting a divorce from a place that has supported you, especially Notre-Dame and Oklahoma. You're going someplace that's giving you a better opportunity and offering you significantly more money. We will take a break, Bruce Feldman about this time yesterday broke the story, that Brian Kelly was the target of bell IQ..

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"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

08:03 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Lee with a news of the day and somehow are just getting off work. It was made official earlier this morning. If Ryan Kelly is the new coach at elish you. $95 million contract he is on the ground there. He has just landed at Baton Rouge airport and will be formally introduced to morrow afternoon. Let's get back to the calls. And Steve is in Kentucky, hello, Steve. Hey, boss, man. How you doing? We're doing great. Thank you. You're the boss man. I wanted to echo what that guy said in Ohio first, Tuesday, Civil War about CFP, you know, I'm going to tell you what your final poll is going to be before it even comes out. It's going to be the one, two, three, 5, one, two, three, 6, because ESPN CFP, that's why nobody can just add TiVo says they want the perimeters on. Because it's going to be the four biggest fan bases. Cincinnati is a small market team. New silhouetting played nobody. Look, Alabama got in. And they were 68 and strength of schedule. So if you're undefeated, you're undefeated. But I love your show. I watch it every day. And I don't want to give you a hard time because you need. But I will say this, everybody knows what the final CFP polls will be. I love it. You have good day bob. Thank you, Steve. Brenda is up next in Louisiana. Hello, Brenda. Hi, how are you? We are doing well. Thank you. Yes, I was just calling to say that I really like the Brian Kelly pick. I think he's going to be good for an issue. And I think he's going to bring maybe a little bit more stabilized team than we've had in the past and coaching. And one other thing is that do you think that since arch Manning has been committed that he'll be re looking at LSU now? I think it's possible. There's always been this feeling about the Manning family and LSU. It's amazing when you consider Archie Manning, grew up in Mississippi and went to old miss, but Peyton and Eli grew up in New Orleans and went to almost in Tennessee, but I think it all depends on who Brian Kelly's offensive coordinator is. And by the way, arch still has a little bit of time before he has to make up his mind. Thank you for the call. Appreciate it. Scott is in Indiana. Hello Scott. Good evening Paul, how are you doing? Quite well. Thank you. Just an early painting here, go to quite a few games quite a few years. Personally, myself, of course, I'm a little distraught by the situation. I understand that baran Kelly is up for the challenge and what's the heat sales and things you've done in the first and myself, though he's got the team for the next few years not saying that they would have made the playoffs at all or even got a new year's voltage gain, but the talent that he has come in the next few years with the recruiting class I believe was 5 the number three to 60 years how we would just give up on that. I get the money situation going to be wrong. I don't understand that whenever it ain't basically 5 million a year to almost what 9.5 million a year. Yeah, you're doubling your showering now. Now Scott what's all be honest here, 5 million 9 million at all saying it all sounds the same to most of us. But he's at an age where he's going, you know what? I can add X number of dollars to my rainy day fund and 12 years is a long time. To encounter Notre-Dame pressure. 12 years is it definitely a long time. With his mind, I'm sure, you know, when you brought these records and everything else, what could he do? Virtually, I'd like to see him get that national championship. I hope you guys have left. I just personally thank you to SEC with the challenges coming up with them recruiting against Alabama. All those other teams will take to the Oklahoma company and they're going to get straight. I wish an investor look, but I really just don't see within the next three to four years that he wins the national championship capability. Well, Scott, that's really the problem for him if there is a problem. Probably isn't really when you consider the money, but it's national championship or bus, going ten and two is not going to satisfy him because he was already doing that Notre-Dame and so he's gambling. I'm sure he had this conversation with his agent and his wife going if they're willing to offer me the money. I'm willing to step up to the plate. Shannon is calling next in Georgia. Hello, Shannon. You mean the best legend can come up with in his assessment of the game Saturday? Is it steam been its 5 11 and bright young is 6 foot tall and therefore Alabama is going to be Georgia. That's the vast the legend can come up with. It seems that way. Paul, I watched Arkansas give Alabama everything they wanted and more. I watched Alabama struggle to a four overtime two point win against a 6 and 5 album team. And the best that man he's supposed to be a legend on your show can come up with is steps have been at short and he can't beat out of them. I don't know what's going to happen on Saturday Paul, but is it going to be because that's a minute? I promise you that. No, I don't think so. And by the way, Bryce young is not exactly 7 feet tall, either. He's listening 24 7 is 5 11, he's listening to Alabama's roster 6 foot. Paul, these legacy callers that call your show from back in the old days. Well, I don't know, they're bringing that much to the table. It's a lot of a character assassination. Who's an idiot who's smarter than brother? I want to hear football talk. You know, the Paul found bomb show focuses on southeastern conference athletics, football in particular, correct. You've described it well, Shannon. And did legend play Alabama? Did he let her in Alabama? No, he did not. What's all this waste stuff? Does he speak France? Is that a required course in Alabama that we speak French? Is that where the we comes from? He's up in the ring and he's up in the ring. About what's going to happen on Saturday. To me legend is walking a very dangerous type wrote right now and if Alabama wins and we all know what he will say Monday, but if they don't. He'll probably be firing the coaches again. Here's what it comes down to on Saturday night. And I'm not an expert. But it's going to come down to Georgia's ability to stop big play. He is right in the fact that Matthew and the other receiver are deep trans at any moment. And it's going to come down as your visibility to stop the big play. Other than that, I'm not sure there's going to be much else to offer from it. But I just can't believe it's a guy that's the legend on the show. Can you come up with nothing better than set some minutes too short? Thank you, yeah. I don't know why I'm laughing, but I am. I'm sorry. Pete. Is up next. Good afternoon. Good afternoon. Thanks for taking my call and I hope you had a good thank you. Thank you. It was great. Great..

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Reports: LSU, coach Orgeron to part ways at end of season

AP News Radio

00:34 sec | 1 year ago

Reports: LSU, coach Orgeron to part ways at end of season

"Ed Orgeron reportedly is leaving LSU at the end of the season Sports Illustrated was the first to report that the school and the head coach have agreed to part ways after this season the news comes twenty one months after Orgeron led the Tigers to a national championship Orgeron is forty nine and seventeen in six seasons of baton Rouge but he won five in five last season and his foreign three so far this year Orgeron received a six year contract extension after the twenty nineteen season that team went fifteen behind Heisman Trophy winning quarterback Joe burrow capping the season by beating Clemson in the title game I'm the ferry

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Larry Elder Was Victim of Hate Crime But Woke Nation Won't Admit It

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:50 min | 1 year ago

Larry Elder Was Victim of Hate Crime But Woke Nation Won't Admit It

"Welcome back to the mike gallagher. Show the one. And only sage. Himself larry elder. I would have liked to have called governor elder. Maybe we'll just call you governor l. elder ceremonially for the rest of your life. Well michael thank you so much for having me and thank you for your help in my raise your contribution. You probably supported me more at least financially than i think anybody anybody else in our other. Five thousand dollars five thousand dollar contribution. I wanted him and i wish i could have done more but you know i got bills to pay but larry we were so proud of you and so excited and no matter the outcome you still. You still left quite a mark didn't you. I sure did. I was going to say other than senior management. They made substantial contributions. Good regarding regarding might be back in the saddle. My mom grew up on a farm. And i spent probably all my summers when i was a kid on my parents or my grandparents farm. So i'm not all that far from us from getting back on the saddle and the other thing. I wanted to say a lot of people. Michael are referring to the woman who through the egged me as a white woman wearing a gorilla mask. I got a couple of things first of all. How do we know it was a mask. How just having a bad hair day. I mean can she. She needed a little little rouge. They're frightened things up and she was a little slow that day of the front of the makeup. They're sounding. i just won't want to raise the question. We don't really know if we don't really know if she was having a bad hair day. So i mean honestly all kidding aside was she charged larry. They couldn't even find her in. Michael had this happened to rock obama or say commonly harris. They would call it a hate crime. The media would have taken it very seriously much of the media. Scoffed editor even laughed at. It would have been an international manhunt on

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Doctors grow frustrated over COVID-19 denial, misinformation

AP News Radio

00:55 sec | 1 year ago

Doctors grow frustrated over COVID-19 denial, misinformation

"The mood has changed for many healthcare workers during the pandemic people are behaving badly a year ago we're you know health care heroes everybody happened since now are being in some areas rast doctors do Kaufman works in an emergency room in Dallas in baton Rouge Dr Vincent Shaw is hearing doubts about the vaccine most common as I'm not sure what's in the vaccine Dr Carl Lambert at rush medical university center in Illinois says he's hearing downstairs that ship in the vaccine that it takes over your DNA that it that it gets into your genome which is which is impossible member tries to calm the patient hoping to change their minds even say like empathetically yeah there's a lot information it's easy to get confused but I'm so glad you brought it to me so that I can can kind of clear that up one patient told the doctor he wanted to strangle president Biden for pushing for vaccinations I'm at Donahue

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"rouge" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

04:14 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Still Buffering

"The movie wasn't set now really. She would have just gone to a doctor. Got an x ray. Got medicine much less sweeping. Perhaps right. But i like endings where everybody lives so the thing about this movie that resonated most with me today in terms of like from our youth to now is as we were watching it Now it occurred to me. How many times. I listened to the soundtrack. Yeah yeah that that was definitely on heavy rotation. That cd was on heavy rotation in your car. Mom's car mike. I was obsessed with it and all of the songs not just like everybody. I think when you think of moulin rose you think of lady marmalade the the song that sort of because the music video came out and it was huge and that sort of typified movie. Like as i was watching that whole fricken soundtrack. I listened to yeah except for roxanne. I used to skip roxana lot. I got into that one. He use upset me when i came on like the big group dance. Maybe that's why i liked it. It's always a big choreographed number. Well it's a pretty number and like the the you and mcgregor part over top. I mean it's all beautiful arrangement. But i think i found the i dunno. I found it a little too raw to listen to on a cd. but but the The elephant love medley was always so. He's my favorite on the cd. Oh yes stand out for me yes yes how. There is a certain age of people who have that entire thing memorized and periodically. Or just you know kind of in their head doing it racist like going through that like yeah I did tell you all before we started that. Version of lady marmalade. that's christina. Aguilera was the only one i thought existed for a long time. Because i've seen this movie. I think once in my life in my distant memory and for some reason that is the one song that i remember also the only version of the song i thought i thought it was christine anglers. It's so weird culturally with because of that came out. I mean it's era but it's also paying it's my little cam and it was such a big deal that how there's like four divas that are performing in the same song together coexisted in the same space like we were just so broken in our perception of women entertainers like. Oh wow they're all gonna fight. Probably right well and stories came out like that right because i remember and i don't know if any of this is true like some sort of story about like christine manager coming in and being like what's the biggest part that's christina's that's when i remember these like and they may all be fake but there were there. Were all these stories about them. Like fighting over the biggest role. And all this. And i mean you know who knows. Probably all of those made up. Yeah the soundtrack is wonderful. an i you know you called it a duke box musical which it is and i hadn't even thought of it that way but was i mean this was before what mama mia obviously like. What is was this like. One of the first probably like definite jukebox musicals. I don't say the first. Because i don't know well i certainly don't think being made like this right moment. Like many of them because mama mia was predates it on as show right. It's not. I didn't realize that i thought the musical but as a i mean you know i. It was one of those like movie musicals. Go away and then everybody remembers like we're all trying to be coal but we're cheesy..

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"rouge" Discussed on Still Buffering

Still Buffering

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Still Buffering

"Great time. I didn't eat or drink anything. That's all i remember is at the end of the wet. Just in our both like god. We're so hungry why there was so much food. Why didn't we get any too busy. Getting married it was just so busy getting married anyway. Speaking of love stories. Oh look at that transition. Yeah we're talking about moulin rouge this week Taylor you've chosen moulin rouge for us to discuss. Why why was this your pick it well. It was a i mean. why wouldn't it be it. The movie jukebox musical from two thousand one by basler men. It is like eye candy just like bright colors beautiful costumes like cool dance routines fund songs. It's just a visual feast and that is very much up my alley. Do you feel like i see. It's funny because of the like of the movies of that time period. I would have chosen like romeo and juliet as the one that was more culturally significant to may not necessarily better just like the one that i latched onto. Do you feel like moulin rouge was that for you. I think so. Yeah Because i don't know i mean. Romeo and juliet was very director and it had a similar aesthetic. But i feel like moulin. Rouge was kind of turn it up to the tenth degree and it's also fantasy to certain degree you know it's like it's not any less i mean it's i guess it's somewhat less of a sad ending but It's still just such a step like cartoon in live action. It we really is. it was part of. Did you know that this is part of the red curtain trilogy. I didn't know this Strictly ballroom and romeo and juliet. Nature kind of senator around the different focus. So this was song instantly. Ballrooms dance and juliette is poetry theatre later. Yeah yeah i didn't. I didn't know that. Until i was looking into mom rouge because i hadn't i mean i love..

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"rouge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:11 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Rouge, Louisiana, and maybe he's confirming my outstanding nominee for to lead the left. You see the ATF David Shipman. Don't say there is no possible justification for having 100 rounds in a magazine in the gun. Like I said before. What do you think the deer were in? Kept our vest? Okay, so there's Joe Biden slurring his words, referring to the ATF is the A F T at one point talking about the history of the Second Amendment and and the blood of Patriots before concluding that someone would need a nuclear weapon to take down the government. Um he was confused beyond believe he couldn't pronounce the word cognitive and couldn't even mentioned or pronounce the name of this. This individual he was struggling to announce. Um I've got to be honest, uh, In one sense, it kind of makes me laugh. But on the other side of this I know that Vladimir Putin and President Xi and Kim Jong UN an Iranian, mullah's and radical Islamic terrorists. They're watching the fact that he's a cognitive messes we are yes. And look, there's a lot to tack a lot to unpack in that statement that you just played. I had not heard that recording, I think. Where do you see? It's worse on video? Yeah, Go ahead, Heavens. I mean, I disagree with every syllable he uttered there, including the words but and and duck. Look, Exhibit eight there for my reaction to Joe Biden's statement is David Chipman himself David Ship and the same guy. He referenced the ATF nominees. Somebody who I voted against this morning in the Judiciary Committee and gave a speech against this morning in the Judiciary Committee because he's terrible. This is a guy who said a few years ago that he thinks we had to lock people up before they commit any crime. I mean, setting aside the Second Amendment even before you get to the Second Amendment. That's a due process violations that called up my Democratic colleagues and said good looking If the shoe were on the other foot, and you had a Republican president nominating anyone who had said something like this, you'd be outraged. Where is the outrage here? The fact that he's relying on David shipment for anything is astounding, let alone the fact that he's nominated him. To be the nation's top gun. Law enforcement guys. We've got to stop this guy's nomination. The president also reflected in that statement. A certain cavalier, uh, haughtiness towards all Americans. Believe that the Second Amendment communicates and then guarantees an individual right to bear arms, which, by the way, so too, does the Supreme Court of the United States. He's reflecting this hostility toward Americans who acknowledge that that's what it says. And he's mischaracterizing it as is saying that we need that to overthrow the government. That's where really unfair statement as the Supreme Court is knowledge. Second amendment protects something it protects something that I've described in a book. I wrote a few years ago called our Lost Constitution in which I talked about the fact that the second Amendment doesn't just go back to 17 91. No, it goes back to the 16 hundreds in England. This thing is very, very old, and it recognizes that citizens In a country like ours have the right to have arms to engage in lawful activities. Arms held by law, law abiding purposes, persons for lawful purposes. That's what it protects. The fact that he's mischaracterizing it as something that's, uh people gravitate toward in order to overthrow the government. That is shameful. How President of the United States No officer of the United States of any sport, let alone the president should ever say such a thing. And he should be ashamed. He should apologize. Well, this guy certainly shouldn't be in charge of or the head of the Hft to quote Joe. Um We'll take a quick break. We're going to hold Senator Leave 809 41 Sean is on number will also get to your calls next half hour as we continue. Uh huh. Oh, taking a look at KSFO traffic.

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"rouge" Discussed on Alchemy This

Alchemy This

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Alchemy This

"And improvisation. Wow the improv rule number. One and deny that. I didn't kokos asking. Hey always every possible capacity that you can't good to be back and hopefully this will blow up the good way in the beltway deed Any shows coming up her. Not that i know of. But i'd love love. I love to work outside. Comedy theater is now threatening to reopen. they've got Some shows starting in a couple of weeks. I think so. Check out their calendar joey greer. Yep checking thanks for being here. Come on and you'll be doing some stand up at the west comedy theater soon yet. They don't want me to. They've asked me not to submit or bring it up. But what are you to hell with that..

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"rouge" Discussed on Bald Movies

Bald Movies

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Bald Movies

"So it kind of takes me out of it a little bit whereas if they had written original piece. I would be immersed in the visuals audio and not thinking about. oh yeah. the lyric is from this song. Because that's not a lot. But i have to It's not watching them. But a lot of this stuff only recognize. If i'm being honest about half the songs so like i give up pretty quick. There are some things like you know. Like mama mia was like. Oh yeah i know but like this is the i you know who i had. No i'd never heard until. I heard the song unit nat king cole's nature boy. So right there's a bunch of here there's a there's a couple of classic rock and i mean the he'd like there's like fifty different songs in that love montage where like. She's trying to argue that like she's just as a strictly business type of girl and he's like but what about love. They must pull like the chorus lines from fifty different songs ban. The ham one point. It's in this isn't do. Maybe the most thing in the entire movie is gonna get you in mcgregor to sing a line of winnie. Houston's fuck what is the name of that song blanking. I will always love you. The bodyguard one game. They try and get him to do a. We switch. Bring us this morning we did. Yeah the ones. What the hell can you any names They pull it off reasonably well but it's not waiting. Houston come on. There's you mentioned about this. This movie being very funny. It's funny in a very kind of three stooges almost slapstick. Kind of way. Where it's like. It's all about mistaken identity that then just keeps compounding and compounding and that mistaken identity led to this awkward situation that it's it's not like really sophisticated verbal wordplay or things like it's it's more of just like very broad situational humor but like he there's no he has. There's no shame this movie hasn't any of like it's essentially awesome you know. What a lot of the comedies. Like austin powers Like holding grapefruits in front of his dick kind of style stuff Lake you know guy spying on set with telescope thinking you see in one thing and seeing something else and beans zach kind of laughs. But they. I don't know. I think they're really funny. Especially since they are like nicole kidman goes for fucking broke on. This sheet says christ that elephants seen man. She's doing her like You know trilling in yipping like a little fox and it's like.

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"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

"I liked it. I didn't like it as much as roxanne. Which was i thought. Forms credit island elephant love. Medley that's number one to me in the whole thing. But i did like it. I feel like it was a week or saukville. If i'm but i do get. I do get the message behind it and i think it's really pretty but i have a question about this. This one woman in the movie who confused me so much. I don't know if i miss something. But this random lady places herself as a villain in the film in the middle of it when the duke is sitting and watching team perform she whispers in his ear and basically the whole plot of the film. Why where did she call you like. Why would she like the penniless writer. Oops i mean player. She just shows up. She drops a buyer. Leaney's fairly names nina. I didn't know that i not get that. I miss something that like. What is he just a single volley if you really wanna make your point Later in the film she helps them not die right. She went to his pass. No here's what i think. It is marcus you have not been. You're not a stage performer. The people on that stage for a musical theater drama club. When we're doing that play and we're all friends right. We all out at the same school but we all have bitter rivalries because that person got our part at that person. Did this think about high school. Musical right thing about fucking sharpei and gabriella and troy in like fuck in ryan although that's really how it is in high school markets. Imagine what it's like in a professional setting. I have so many people that are my friends in the acting sphere. That would stab me in the back of. I always god jesus. It's like start smelling blood in the water. That's exactly what it is. Here's the thing these people are also like. They're also sex workers so there's also another added thing on top. That's just like this dichotomy. Yeah she's the number one right like she's getting the best money in the best attention means like i can dance better than her. She probably thinks she can sing better than her. She probably thinks she's prettier than her. She's like why the fuck team get everything. Yeah that's totally why. I assumed that was why but yeah but from a film is endpoint. It is comical nowhere. Bad from a writing standpoint. I think they've made the duke too stupid and they're like fuck. How are we going to reveal this. Oh just someone's jealously they show up and they're going to be johnson reveal it. I totally get that. But honestly the findings characters is one where his like stupidity of it all like totally like just reinforces his like i forget. What the psychology term. But it's like ineffective forever infant fitness syndrome. Like what what is it. You know what. I'm saying like boy child man syndrome alvin syndrome. Yeah he has totally is why he's like so he literally takes the boy the guy that picnic each has lighter on a picnic. I saw also. Yeah their whole thing..

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"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:58 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

"Yeah and it's like sexy and sensual also like sincere like the look center face when she's like literally saying i was describing earlier like he's saying all you need is love and she's like well what about what about the rest of the world he's like. Yeah but love. And she's like yeah like things are hard in the world and like this. This is my fail. And he's like yaba love he's like nope it's hard you're gonna hate me up. And he you gabbert love and then she's like okay but love and that like back and forth like a really sold me this time watching even now as an adult. It's charming and their chemistry is great. Like the play off of each other very well since you're actors and they're both like very talented at acting and their prime. It's weird to watch a movie at reminds you that acting is like a job or that. It's hard or if it's like it's like you have to like it. Takes a good actor to meld into the character and portrays someone different onscreen. You know like not no fence against iraq. I love the rock. The rock is always the rock in every movie. I think i think also watching the now. I i realized this is style of acting. That's out now. That i mean it's it's good enough. Thank you ran for one four. She it'd be love you and we love everything you do your number one advantage that we yeah nine fourteen two was. That's up presidential. Time's up your title. So much acting now is just like i feel like it just feels like standing around right. Yeah but they're acting but it doesn't feel like campy feels like real like they're being emotional feels like they don't let people be emotional anymore the way they are in this movie and everything else is so high in that the room they have to play wider. Right it's bigger. They have more of a breath. The show emotions because of randy does the movie is and it really shows especially during the scene but also through all of the scenes during all musical numbers. All their lovemaking scenes. Everything i think. How crazy and serve kooky silly. This is like that a that works for musical theater. That is kind of the body of people involved in musical theater. You can only get it musical theater. Yeah you can only really silly and also serious in the same film like it's it's hard to hard thing to pull off. Not a lot of directors can pull it off by musical theater. It's something that's common now. I just just a little aside. I just i just always have to remind you and everybody about how little i know eh knew about music. So your song. I didn't know was an ellen. John song for like fifteen years. All the songs in elephant love medley. I still don't know where all of them were so much. And here's the thing the only original song here's come. What may everything else was. Pulled from somewhere else something else other. Kind of maelstrom combination. Which is so cool. By the way. I love to hear your thoughts on that. But i didn't like i didn't know nirvana was in this movie to like seventy eight and i was like whoa. That's nirvana i heard it for moulin. Rouge that's hilarious. But what do you think about a musical. A modern musical taking like it happens more now because now we've seen glee at like glee smashed. All these things wouldn't exist. Yeah but it's funny because jukebox musicals are totally thing now right like so many people i've seen so many of them and it's much but yes d'amato so much whether or not you like music whether you like the person creating so to pull from pop music and it's hard to pick a good repertoire of songs but lucky enough where they're not limited by like one artist..

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"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:46 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

"Attorney. I'm markus to really cement your victory. Can you tell me if mcgregor had hair or had no hair in a food. Who did you play. If i if i know who he plays the maybe hit w he plays lumiere. He plays air okay. I'm gonna say that when he comes vaccines be our guest. Beards did not see my thing. So i'm gonna say he doesn't have facial hair marcus. This is the kind of question because when he comes back as a human he does have facial hair however candlesticks cannot have atia hair or any here it also markets you get the point ninety four. Yes you have won this episode of hair no hair. Thank colin mcgregor. Good job yeah. Also class in the chat guys marcus. Crushing that game now markets. This movie this movie. Oh my god what were you thinking. What were you what were you. How were you doing when when mcgregor goes on top of that balcony and says all you need is love is now thank you know it is love was made avenue favor you that song for years you only for so much time. How was it feeling at seed in context. All the saturday nick. I have to explain to everyone the background of my history with this specific song just so everyone understands at how moulin rouge has worked. Its way into my life way before. Nick and somehow it's just manifested into the bigger bigger thing every time in my life like it watts. Be to be a part of the boolean. Ruse and i tried to resist a now. I'm is calling case calling you. It's calling so lot rouge. I was a wee little boy and i used to go online and watch anime music videos which were in my head pretty popular back in the day and i don't know if that's true or not because i have no one else who can verify they were. I found his enemy music video website where we're download. The top rated anime videos and i also did contributed by own anime music videos. That used to edit on windows movie maker very cringe. There is pretty bad. There's a kingdom hearts. The one i did was kingdom hearts trailer for a fight scene and then set to like kuntsler lows and like slowed down. It was larry dumb. And i let my brother and i used to watch anime music video. That was sinked to elephant. Love medley of moulin rouge and matthew. And i watched it over and over and over and over again we would sing along to the whole thing. It just like it was cemented in our brains. We loved the song we love the music. And we were like just enamored by this anime music video thing and the song has been part of my life so much and it's so funny because every time it would come up people like how do you know that some we've ever seen learn rouge unlike ademi baby..

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"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

"I know what's the fourth movie this four. We're in the top four. This three left hours. There's so you're telling me there's another movie out there. It's as popular as the star wars franchise that belongs in the top three highest grossing movies of immigration career by now. He's tries to crazy. I don't even know if no one can. Dave another movie that he said you can barely david other movie and yet there's three in the top spots that are star wars. This as i wanted to play this game because of this fact right here. Okay but marcus. What is number three hundred and forty-nine can i get any information nor at the we're at the we're at the last okay. I see i kind of sworn all in all in all cats and the texts in the check. And i don't remember what handed it to you means but all guys get your sexual stuff out of it shag. Jesus christ okay. He is it beauty and the beast he was in that. Is that your final answer. Yeah number three of this list is star wars episode three revenge of the sieff with eight hundred and forty nine million. Fortunately do not get that point. Okay but you have a chance. What is our does he or does he not in this. Okay what is the movie again. Which star wars sours three. Okay cool so. I was right more than two other. Have no idea what they're talking about. And the chad knowing gave me any clues at doing this all by myself. I'm use any of my lifelines. Okay star wars episode three. He had visual her. He edited that will be one beard. Argus yes slight jump up to nine hundred and eighty four million dollars just missing that billion dollars. What is number. Two on immigration is highest grossing. That's going to be star wars episode. One phantom menace. That is correct..

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"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

05:05 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

"But since then i've been in like four relationships and every single one of them has been like moulin rouge bill errors moulin rouge and i'm like i can't no. I can't watch him. Because my friend. Nick who you know leaps to get laid it would be watch it and they always like he'll never know it's fine. We could just watch it. He won't no no never ever. Would i betray my friend knicks. Trust like that. I'm a man of my words of the past. Exactly it's you know what i think it was going to. It was going to align this me watching this movie and be meeting the right person. It was just going to align perfectly really. I was waiting to have sex until you're in the right relationship to watch this movie. That's what i was doing. So you're welcome. I never tried to coerce you into watching. What dash line four four to seventy has in on. That was very funny. Okay so nikki. Gave me this movie why do you. Why did you give it to me. What was going on in your head and when you watched it tell me about watching the movie and its impact on your life than the the sex thing. A two thousand one. This movie came out. That was twenty years ago. I was ten. I was in middle school. I watched this movie in middle school. This movie i. I don't know if it was just gosh. I don't know if it was just. Somebody brought home. The dvd one day summit. No no no. No i remember i remember. It was in high school. I saw this. I can tell you the story ready. Here's like when you saw the movie we were in high school and you went to a girl's house right and then she pulls out the vhs no-no the alcohol is like this is. This is how good friend i am. Okay i was so close. You're right you're you're right. There were girls. I didn't have like a crush or anything like that. I was. I was with two girls that were in the musicals with me and we had a musical. Everyone brought a movie musical In one of the brought this bill brought cabaret the saddest cabraha marcus. This film is the film that gives musical theater. Kids like me Permission whacked out in crazy as this film is this movie. Just is firing on all cylinders. It is deeply emotional. Music's gray and also i just. It was just so format like for example. I'm going to read out. I'm gonna read out almost all of these comments earlier. Today on facebook i posted that we were doing aforementioned mueller's yeah and like a dozen people commented and there was a clear delineation of people that did musical theater. Yeah not to musical..

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"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:36 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

"Time. Marcus yes is that all you've been doing work that's that's also my brother and his girlfriend visiting this week so we've been oh cool hanging out a lot. What have we been doing. This just feels really like busy. We baked bread big president for signed with my brother and i did absolutely nothing to help them with the breadth by did help them with mac and cheese so together we make mexican cheese How apropos just like you grew up making a mac and cheese as you were younger how they stop me i from birth. I came with a plate of mac and cheese. Ready for my other mothers. You like embroidery brother. But i have it from here. Here's a mac and cheese for your face marcus today. What are we doing today nick. This week we're doing lend rousch only gave it to me. Oh my god i did. Yeah and i kinda hate you for this. But i can't talk about this. Because i don't know how much to say about what you to tell. The story of his we both know there's israeli to tell a story about how we ended up here and moulin rouge world and also why you gave me mooners challenge over four years ago. I was lucky enough to live in an apartment building with my best friend. Marcus in a new friend zachary. Instead apartments one day i was getting advice somewhat say girl advice so much say life advice some might say sex advice. The point is i was getting advice. So nicholas young young whippersnapper of nicholas hit a little bit of a dry spell when it came to courting of said females up to that point and everyone in the house super super bad for him and nicholas was said. No no. don't worry about me. I get mine when i can get it to do not do not now friend of poor old nicholas and i said wow nick uncomfortable. You've been telling a story on the podcast. It's so weird to see you like this. It's very funny. And i love then so then in that same day of conversation Somehow came up..

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"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

Now Try This

04:50 min | 1 year ago

"rouge" Discussed on Now Try This

"And welcome to now. Try this podcasts. Were we. I normally have a coast. I swear i come together to review things. Oh my god like this reveal to the moon. Low facebook listeners have now tried this cast. You have entered the sacrosanct. The departure wrists the field. Moulin rouge tonight. I sleep better accents omaha. You already for a night of debauchery russa. Anyone who's ever been. France will be incredibly offended by. You know it's pretty. It's your best one. I'll say that wonderful market so you ready to enter the moulin rouge tonight. Yes i am reading. Lets go laurean. What are we enter. The show is distracting the semi. It's your gorgeous where you get you make up done. Alexi nick your nick. Did you know that ramle. I am marcus job. Wow killing two for two and he are two best friends who come together every week to talk about their favorite things week. One person gives the other person one of their favorite things to try re get together and talk about our experiences. Why we love it why the person washed. It might have hated it. And that's wonderful intro for my friend. Marcus who has just entered the on route for the first time. Trying to keep your hands to yourself sir..

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"rouge" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

Look Behind The Look

03:52 min | 2 years ago

"rouge" Discussed on Look Behind The Look

"I was born in the city and we like eight times. We kind of ended up in florida. Which is where did elementary middle school. And then i moved back the city when i was eighteen but it was always something that i was really drawn to and i always wanted to do and makeup. It didn't really occur to me as sort of a career until later on although definitely growing up for me it was a personal source of self expression and experimenting and transformation and i was always really drawn to and interested in aesthetics the wavelengths look and how things are designed and how we express things visually so. When i went to college. I studied theater. It was an experimental theater program. Which was which is really amazing. It kind of drew a lot of different types of artists and young theater makers directors and dancers and performers. And where was this. This was nyu. Oh wonderful. so within their acting department. And i knew at that point that i. I didn't want to be an actor but i i wanted to do storytelling and i wanted to make theater. And one of the focuses of that program was making original work and sort of finding your voice and and finding how how you tell stories and how to express express yourself in and for me. At the time i was really interested in mythology and magical realism and i. I wanted sort of create. These really Heightened realistic worlds and i found the faces of my sort of co students to be very limiting eight. And i i sort of really wanted to tell different stories and make different characters. So i started mask making and taught myself and i would make these sort of new faces to put on their faces and Can you can you explain a little more about mask. I went to art school as well. University arts and i took her stage makeup but i. I didn't take the mass class. Because it freaked me out buddy. Can you explain a little bit more pretty intense. I mean i was self taught. There's a there's a really incredible prop makers mask making book. That i i bought and i sort of in my apartment in my dorm rooms i would sort of get all the people and just like sculptors faces and i before i even went to make up school. I taught myself the hanley beards and animals. And i mean mask is really. It's a really ancient foremost user and and expression and creating characters in serbia put on his face and you paper mcshea on on an actor. Paper machine no no no. I wasn't at that point. Doing sort of sculpting the way do prosthetics. I would actually buy these premade those like o shea over that Or i would do balloons kind of depended on this is very i was very self tie was definitely sort of racing figuring out. They went But you know putting on assuming another face when he changed how you look. You really change for you. Are it changes. Everything changes your physicality changes. How you absolu- and how you express yourself so and you know masks and make up our. They're they're really related Obviously think makeup is a step more intimate. Because you're working directly onto the face rather than sort of assuming face over another face those kind of really my my into sort of working in this way physically to create characters and my junior year. I did a semester abroad in florence. Which is wow liz amazing. And i had an italian opera class..

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