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Firefighter Cancer: Diane Cotter Describes Her Husband's Harrowing Diagnosis
"Diane Carter is a self -taught citizen activist who's upright focused and determined efforts in support of her husband fire lieutenant Paul Carter during and after their battle against Paul's occupational cancer served as the inspiration for the documentary Burned protecting the protectors by filmmaker Elijah Yetter Bowman and award -winning actor Mark Ruffalo executive producer. Diane is the ultimate standard bearer a smart outspoken and fearless woman who continues to march at the head of her six -year campaign to remove PFAS forever chemicals from the gear worn by today's firefighters. No less an authority that Ed Kelly general president of the IAFF has properly called Diane Carter the firefighter's hero. The firefighters hero that's uh some big big shoes to fill so Diane tell us your story first of all welcome thanks for being with us I actually watched a movie yesterday that you sent us and I had to pause several times because I was so overwhelmed and so pissed off a couple times good um yeah so we'll talk about the movie but first tell us your story can you give us your background a little bit sure thank you I'm glad to meet you ladies finally in person big follower of the show I love it I love what you do I love that spouses and significant others are involved because um that's what I am that's all that I am it's a it's a fire wife I have no formal education I did get my hairdressers license some years ago and I was the worst hairdresser in the world so I didn't go far but I stayed at home and raised our children until they were about 10 and 11. Paul got on the fire department in 1988 when our son was two months old and our daughter was 18 months old our son is now a firefighter in the same department my husband served at now works in the same station in Worcester they had a beautiful beautiful life we embraced everything that we loved about the fire service his friends became my friends their wives became my my best friends we vacation with them etc. Paul had spent 25 years on the rescue in Worcester he had a 28 -year career at age 55 he decided it was time to climb the ladder so he took the lieutenant's exam and he made lieutenant and he was pretty disappointed because that meant that he'd leave his crew and he had worked with this crew you know on the same shift for 25 years they'd gone through a lot together the Worcester warehouse fire they've gone through so much together at any event we went on vacation with our firefighter families to moosehead lake up in maine and we came back to a beautiful ceremony in Worcester city hall when my husband was promoted to lieutenant along with one of his best buddies and the rescue saw him off and it was wonderful Paul was getting ready getting prepared to go back on to a new rig and he had an appointment to see a doctor because he was going in for cataract surgery his pre -exam showed that he had just a very slightly elevated number in his psa for prostate he had that check regularly as he did a lot of checks for his health because he was a very fitness aware person at any event he did get the call to come in they wanted a biopsy and i thought nothing about a biopsy because to look at him he literally looked like a 45 -year -old at 55 he was very fit very very strong and the picture of health we went to the doctor's office and i can remember that day because i was just so adamant to get this over with this appointment because i had things to do and we were making small talk with the doctor and we were in the tiny doctor's office room the exam room and out of nowhere the doctor said yep it's cancer and in that moment that moment i can remember because i remember i screamed and i fell into the chair and Paul who's almost six feet tall he broke out in this sweat all over his body i could just see the beads of sweat come out from everywhere on him and he sunk into a chair he tore his shirt off and he sunk into a chair and i can remember the doctor talking for 45 minutes and i'm crying and Paul's looking at me looking at the doctor looking at me looking at the doctor and we didn't hear a word he said
"ruffalo" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast
"Like playing. I heard. Oh yeah, I thought it was okay. I just don't think it wasn't fun enough for my what I thought it was gonna be. I thought it was gonna be like more like a little bit more Fast & Furious like kind of tongue in cheek and it was like really serious about like hostage situations. I love that and I watched it twice. Did you really? Yeah. On demand. I did. I bought it on Amazon and then my dad was here, banged out the most of the movie with him again. Well, they're making a sequel with the Mike coulter character. They should. Yeah. You know what's really happening here, and I don't think it was a big enough story. Butler has kind of grabbed the reins from an aging Liam Neeson. He's just kind of taking those roles. Like ten years ago, that's a lie in this movie. It's called nonstop. It's just basically is, yeah. So butler is now in there. And he's been test driving a few different things, including our beloved den of thieves, which he did on the rewatchables, but now butler is kind of the guy for those movies, but I really want to know who the next wave is. So you want to thank butler junior is yeah. Conversation. I think it's somebody that we might not be expecting. I think it could be like just Chris Evans out of nowhere. Okay. Or like one of the helmsworth. What about why not ruffalo? The restless not big enough. You need a little size. I need to feel like if I crash in an island, my guy might be able to win a fight in a cabin. With a bunch of people could do. Filipino gangsters, yeah. Yeah. I'm surprised you didn't like it. I like that movie. I like Megan Megan too. I like Megan. Yeah. Yeah. There's been some decent movies so far this year. Yeah, I love dumb fury. Let's bring in some Rudy for a little Orlando Magic talk before we go. You want to stay for this year? Of course. This episode of the bell summons podcast brought to you by Arby's, my old friend, for the first time, Arby's just dropped their new steakhouse garlic ribeye sandwich and you don't want to miss it. It has premium cuts a real ribeye steak, one of the richest cuts available and naturally more marbling. Not a surprise that it's at Arby's because Arby's has the meats and now
"ruffalo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Clearly a lot of moving parts underneath and we're also going to talk about another company that is moving quite a bit or at least when it comes to headlines. 3M 3M shares finished down on the day bucking the overall rise in the market down 1.1%. The company is we know confronting a lot of regulatory pressure and lawsuits that threaten billions of dollars in damages related to its pfas forever chemicals. Now it says it's going to stop making these forever chemicals and look to discontinue their use in products by the end of 2025. Let's bring in Tiffany Carrey a consumer reporter for Bloomberg news who wrote about this. Tiffany was this a surprise that 3M is going to stop producing pfas forever chemicals by this particular timeline end of 2025. I think it did catch some people as surprised. I mean, the pressure has been on this company for a really long time, but you know, at some point, I guess they just decided to act. Can you step back a little bit and tell me what a forever chemical is. I feel like I should know what pfas is, but full disclosure, I don't they sound important, but how often would someone like me, for example, interact with one of these chemicals in my daily life? What are they used in? Yeah, I mean, every day, that's the crazy thing about these. They're not only forever chemicals. They're kind of everywhere chemicals. And it's mind boggling, actually, when you look at the list. So they're both used in consumer products that are stain proof, waterproof, so think of your rain jacket or your waterproof running shoes, your waterproof leather, boots. They were used in scotchgard for a long time. And they're also used in a lot of industrial applications like medical devices, solar panels, often they're used to make things smooth or slippery. So that's the connection. And how much pressure was there from consumers for 3M two to get out of this chemical to do something? Yeah, I think consumers are not even necessarily wear so much of the chemicals, but a lot of the environmental groups and the lawsuits are really where the pressure was coming from. I mean, this company has been sued by many different states, along with a lot of co defendants that use these chemicals by water authorities in different municipalities and states. And yeah, I mean, even California just got on even a bit late and soothe them just this year. I feel like this is like a Hollywood movie and further down in Tiffany's story. It was. Yes, dark waters. Mark Ruffalo. I think was in that movie? That's right. And he just actually put out a statement today calling this maybe, you know, the environmental crisis of our lifetimes, you know, a lot of people have compared these to DDT. But what's interesting here is that 3M did phase out some of these chemicals, 20 years ago, and that is what led to these lawsuits that we have today. And at that time, it kind of said, those aren't dangerous. And other people continue to contest that. And we've seen the lawsuits come and some of them have been successful. Some of them continue. And then today they're saying we're going to phase out the rest of these chemicals all types of these chemicals, which is what the environmental advocates have asked for. Yet because they're forever chemicals, they're still out there. No one has really a plan yet how to deal with them and it's not clear what the final liability is going to be. And well, let's talk about what the final liability could be. We don't know exactly Bloomberg intelligence has put some numbers to it. How much this could actually cost 3M walk us through them. Well, they have said 30 to 40 billion. It's really hard to which is a huge number, obviously, and I believe there are some legal briefs for 3M has said, look, you know, some of these lawsuits are so aggressive, they would just put us out of business. So clearly, there's a lot of work that needs to be done to figure out what the final number is going to be. And that's going to play out in a bunch of different court cases. Over a long time span. For anyone who has a Bloomberg terminal, there's a function on the terminal called and I quick, which gives you a quick explainer on things like forever chemicals. And there's one on pfas forever chemicals. Pfas are in scotchgard in Teflon. That's kind of disturbing, Teflon, because I just tough on all the time. Exactly. When I make her make the Teflon, I believe it's always been said they're not in the end product. It's one of those industries. Although there's some weird questions about what happens when you eat Tesla on up too much. I know I'm not people are cooking with it. You know, some of it scrapes off too. So just not to add appeal to the fire or anything, but certainly just things I'm thinking about. Our analysts going to be downgrading their estimates you think for 3M because of this, I bring this up because obviously there are a lot of people waiting for an investment to come down given the slowing economy, given the projections that the Federal Reserve will continue to raise interest rates because they see inflation being a persistent problem through 2023. That's something I don't have visibility into, but I do think what's interesting is
Former Anti-Semite Mark Ruffalo Endorses Kathy Hochul
"Ever hear of Mark rue mister producer He's an actor Have you ever heard of him Mister Cole Springer Well apparently they consider him an a list actor You never heard of him He's been in a I'm trying to think of the different movies he's been in any way Hulk but others I think too I think some of the marvel movies may be but I don't know So he's known for having tweeted Past year or so Some truly horrific anti semitic tweets Choosing Israel in my view of genocide Calling for apartheid calling for all kinds of he's tweeted so much it's hard to even to know I'm just sitting here and then he came under pressure of course because when you push out anti semitism some people push back And he said he apologized I reflected and wanted to apologize for post during the recent Israel Hamas fighting Everyone Hamas was shooting missiles into Israel Trying to kill Israelis Suggested Israel's committing genocide it's not accurate and so forth But he has posted some really really nasty things And I just wanted to mention this now so the people in New York know that he has endorsed The Karen illegitimate unelected governor
"ruffalo" Discussed on Cinemavino
"You know what? You're a 100% right. They need to take a breath because who are they competing against? D.C. is taking a breath. And then taking it down and then taking a breath. They push back Aquaman 9 months, I heard today. And then the Shazam sequel, another three months. They pushed that back again? Yes. You know what? It's all about editing. Fuck it. I wouldn't be surprised if the next thing we hear is like, you know what, 2023. We're going to recast all these things. We're going to show we're going to stop. You know what? None of this worked. We're going to try it again. Hats off to y'all. Clap on the back all around. We're going to try and do this for real now. So we just ran it for the last 26 minutes. Good. I liked it. So she hulk was good. A 100%. Totally. Tod not even spoke yet. But I will say the comedy kept me in it, and honestly, I like the visual effects. Agreed. I'll read what I've got here. I like miss marvel before it. Ames for a fun lighthearted tone. It definitely goes for the easier, more relaxed vibe. As opposed to stuff like falcon Winter Soldier, which is a little more heavier sociopolitical content. This one's going for a little more fun. So yeah, it definitely like you have said breaks the fourth wall does the Deadpool thing. She speaks Zack Morris style, which is what I have. It's actually speaks to write to the camera. Some people may enjoy that. Some people might find it off putting. So itself may dictate whether or not you like this series. If you're okay with her talking right to you, you may enjoy it. If you find it more distracting, you might not. And I think that upcoming cameos, again, same deal. Daredevil abomination is supposedly going to be in it. Tim Roth. If you're into that kind of thing, if you enjoy the gratuitous cameos, you may enjoy the series. It's fun. It's easy. The actors all have great comedic timing. I like Mark Ruffalo's comedic timing. Like you said, I don't know if I necessarily buy him the hulk. I didn't mind Ed Norton as the hulk. I thought he was. I think Ed Norton minded. If he wasn't just dick, we could have had him for a series. Not in a good way. Yeah. Ruffalo is great. He's just not my banner. I like ruffalo as an actor, but I'm getting a little burnt out on it. Too much of his actual character is bleeding into the character. Too much ruffalo is hulk. I remember when I said, I'm that old, back in the day, holt didn't like taking stairs.
"ruffalo" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Quick summary. What is pass over that? So quick summary here. Series follows the Jennifer Walters, who is Bruce banner's cousin. She's accidentally exposed to gamma irradiated blood and transforms similarly into a giant green creature of great strength and durability. And much of this first episode that we're talking about centers on her being mentored by Mark Ruffalo who plays the smart hulk version of the hulk on how to responsibly wield the power that she now has. So, and basically, it kind of like the other we're going to talk about House of dragon. A lot of this is just kind of set the table for later stuff. And I think that's fine. I think that's marvel's new template like you can understand of the series is the setup and the movie down the road to the payoff. That's where you get and yeah, you have to be along for it or you're not. You either are, you aren't. It's like watching Spider-Man, no way home or whatever. Where it's like, Matt Murdock shows up. It's like, if you don't watch the Netflix series, you're going to be lost. No, but I don't think you're lost just by Matt Murdock showing up. I think that's an Easter egg, whereas this is like, you're going to have to know who she is. Otherwise, you're going to get lost when she turns to the hulk and you're like, where did that come from? Or like miss marvel? It's like you have to watch a series to really understand how much she shows up in. Yeah, I think there's a big difference between an Easter egg and a whole backstory. Yeah. Yes, we have a whole backstory on Matt Murdock. And I think we'll get some more of them in the series. But if nobody watched any of the Netflix series and all they watched were the movies, the theatrical. If all they watch is no way home. Yeah. I think they'd be fine. Yeah, they're fine. I know, I'm just speaking from my perspective as a fan of I would get frustrated knowing that all these Easter eggs were sailing by and I'm not getting them.
"ruffalo" Discussed on Cinemavino
"He was another one that evaded police for a long time. He also used the same cryptic toying with the cops. And it's crazy like take out him via like an old disk drive. They basically hacked one of the disk drives. He's sent in and he didn't realize the technology could do what it could, essentially. They were able to put him with his church. There was an old bit of data from his church where he was like a deacon or something. Which is brings me to one question I asked my wife. My wife's a huge true crime fan. Podcasts, everything. She's a big, like, was it margarita, like my favorite murder? Yeah. Murder squad. She listed all that stuff. And the thing that gets me is like, if there is truly like, they believe 20 suspected kills for this guy. How is there no DNA anywhere? And any of these crime scenes that they could try and trace. Yeah. Well, and I think before DNA was really a big part of crime, it wasn't well cared for in crime scene. It's kind of like fingerprints. Like prior to when fingerprints were part of solving crimes, they just didn't preserve that piece of it. And also DNA evidence is not as reliable as shows like CSI make us think. Yeah. So I think zodiac is one that it happened in so many different municipalities across such a long period of time. That it's really hard to collect all the data. And that's one of the things that made it hard to track serial killers back in the 60s and 70s was these different municipalities weren't working together. So we saw it in the movie of calling around all the different precincts that had a crime, like trying to figure out some sort of common thread when Mark Ruffalo is calling and he's just like, oh, no, you've got to call this guy and he's like, oh no, you got to call this guy..
The Golden Globes Are Cancelled
"Don't know if you're going to take this the right way, but the Hollywood foreign press association has confirmed no 2022 Golden Globes that's supposed to be Sunday Night and it's just not going to happen. I don't know what you're going to do. I don't know how we're all going to get through our night. You know, I don't want to think about not seeing Mark Ruffalo get up and make a fucking political speech about something nonsensical, which he always does. I don't want to see Lady Gaga. Clamoring for an award for the House of Gucci actually, I kind of wanted to see that just to laugh because she was awful at what she did. But now, we're not going to be able to.
"ruffalo" Discussed on Horror Lasagna
"Duck? What the hell? Well, George Lucas. It was heavy Spider-Man in your stable, with having Fantastic Four Iron Man. The ones that have all now become ultra popular are first oops. Thank God blade came out. You know, it's part of what I'm talking about in my conflict. Movie history is thank God Blake came out and legitimized that maybe the marvel body of work, you know, that they have this incredible mythology that is very cinematic and you could make it into movies without making any money, not if they die at the box office like how are deducted? Yeah, I fear for the eternals. And if they're putting it as a linchpin for this next phase and the next group and it's supposed to be super important, I don't feel they've set that up. I fear somebody is like, hey, they love all our stuff. So just put it out. I don't know. Because the other problem is Black Widow was so so. Shang-Chi was really good, but not necessarily as memorable as some of the earlier movies arguably. And the TV shows were really good. And I love the TV shows. But the I know they went to the high with endgame. So you have to start low again and build back up. We have all new people. I get all that. But I don't think they've been coming out of the stable after two years and just pow pow and everybody's talking about it. And loving it and the stuff. It's been so, so. And I fear that the eternals is going to kill things in their struggle to get back up. Even though Spider-Man's right after that. That's kind of what I'm hoping is that if you think that, you know, all the marvel movies that went into Avengers Endgame, they weren't all great. The first couple hulks were pretty stinky. They kept story and without the magic actor that was going to make it work like Mark Ruffalo has done. Iron Man, first one great second one, not so good, third one. No, maybe second one good third one now. They kind of went downhill. You know what I mean? Looks like that's just not a good enough villain, even played by usually a real scenery chewer in terms of why I lost his name. Darn it. Danny or something like that. Yeah. Machete. Maybe it was Gary Oldman Gary Oldman. Was that the type of played Russian so, by the way, I just watched the professional and it's one of the best movies I've ever ever professional Gary Oldman sorry Leon, which is, why am I showing Reno and Natalie Portman as like the waif that is far too old for her, right? So back to this, I hope that we'll have that same thing that maybe we'll have a couple misfires and that.
"ruffalo" Discussed on The Cinematography Podcast
"Moving image and the people who make it happen coming to you from the world headquarters of hot rod cameras in hollywood california. Your host ben rock and ilya fridman. Hello and welcome to the cinematography. Podcast we are doing a new wacky experimental thing here where we're doing a live video panel over zoom. I'm ben rock. I'm ilya fridman and we're here in the hot red cameras screening room on opposite ends benz in the front. I'm in the back and ben. We've got an incredible panel of people here today to talk about all kinds of stuff Who is on the show. First up we have a mortgage colombian born cinematographer best known for her work on the sundance digital series gentrified. She's worked for networks like netflix hulu. Cw bat network and is currently working on season. Two of resident alien for sci-fi. Please welcome on a more togae next up. We have bryant fisher a cinematographer roots in documentary. Filmmaking i always love to hear about documentary most known for his work on. Netflix is docu series. Lenox hill following doctors in new york and the documentary centered around lin-manuel miranda's work hamilton's america. He's film talent. Like ed norton mark ruffalo and wes anderson so please welcome brian fisher Also on the panel is byron. Kaufman byron is the cinematographer of the upcoming film demonic filled in collaboration with prestigious director. Neil blunt camp. He's worked on four features hundreds of commercials and countless music videos. He's got a passion for all things film. Please welcome byron coffman and of course last but not least we have l. a. cinematographer with a passion. For storytelling julia. Swayne she recently. Shot the feature. Lucky that premiered at south by southwest as for director. Natasha kirmani She's currently in production on the exciting miniseries for the history channel. Please welcome julia swayne so Thank you all so much for coming out and and for taking the time to do this and again we sort of have some basic questions ready for you because all your careers are so different. So i thought we would just start with my favorite question to ask any cinematographer who comes on the show. Which is what was the moment in your life where it first occurred to you. That cinematography was a career that you could pursue i. I always like hearing about when people i thought about like. Oh i could do that. Yes well. I went to school for an electrical engineer and i graduated by my whole life. I dance. I was part of a big company. My country in ones. I was offered to be the choreography for socal brat on The network of my country. So then i start working you know having to curb graft for tv. And then i start is very different when you dance for an audience that when you do it for the camera so i start sitting next to the p and i started learning in trying to make it as for the cameras and see what was best for it. So that's where my like. My lawford begun i To him every day in he would explain lighting and camera work. And i knew right away that i wanted to make that shift. And then what was transitioned in with like trying to find a place to score for. I worked on an american movie and the crew and i left everything behind and came to the states in here. I oh what movie was it. It's called grena wedding. it's i can remember. The comedy at the crew was from miami but made it to theaters and all that but Well i've always been interested in filmmaking. Since i was a kid and i always made kind of like the family home movie documentarian so i kind of started in that way but i guess when i.
"ruffalo" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"To say Brad Pitt and all things Sarandos, Sylvester Stallone. I asked you to name the top three actors who spent the most time on screen bearing their Bolanos and the naked list is as follows. Number three You got correct. It was Mark Ruffalo 811 seconds. Great job was a lot of it. Incredible work there. Man Number two on the list with 1055 seconds. A naked screen time is Antonio Bandeira O and number one on the list spent almost 18 minutes naked on screen in his career. Okay. Ewan McGregor, Ewan McGregor. Transporting Star Wars. Yeah, Yeah, I don't I don't remember the scene in Star wars where Obi Wan takes his shirt off. Forget. Okay. It's not after that. You're my father alive. Yeah, that got weird. Well, then get it right. Somebody wanted to hear you sing hot in here. All right? It's getting hot in here. So take off all your clothes. I am get. It's not I'm going to take my girls are Oh, wow, You can't shock and sing full setup. That's your shot caller. Question of the day moving 92.5, Seattle's number one hit music station. It's another $1000 back to class Apt Cache code winner. Rachel. Congratulations. You just won $1000 where they're back to class app cache coat. Any idea what? What you gonna do with the money? Who knows? But price going on. I got so much so I don't know yet, Mrs Play and win $1000 with the back to class app. Cash code on moving 92.5. Seattle's number one hit music station powered by Bellevue Square, celebrating its 75th anniversary. You know, Jeffrey, I'm really good at vacationing. You brag about it all the time. Well, we took a week off. And in that week, man, Did I eat and drink? That's why I'm so thank Well, I just ordered a squeeze dot com juice Cleanse. You gotta get myself back on track squeeze dot com coming in to save the day, eliminating the below, clearing.
"ruffalo" Discussed on Tatooine Sons: A Pop Culture Podcast
"Oh yeah that we saw and i. i don't know if it's even available anywhere like hey it's pretty hidden that hidden thing and so they're bringing it in. It was bizarre to see mark ruffalo version of hulk As part of that. But what do you do. You can't bring in ed norton. You can't have him voiced it over because that would be confusing so yeah it was. It was cool. I think was a neat reference for us fans who've and because that's one of the most hidden of the marvel movies like you've gotta really be out of your going out of your way to to watch that movie but it was neat to see and then he died in. Yeah mary wondering i'm interesting. Tv fourteen and they got it. That'll do it. Moreels thoughts nissan pop like 's it. I was proud to say popped like is. It didn't expect it when he started to blow up. I'm like they're not gonna go there and they can't go surely surely it's going to be like offscreen or some now. They showed it twice the are. I kept wondering how it's possible to kill to kill hawk. And i guess that's it. Arches heart komo. They could have made that a lot. More gory surprisingly. He's green all the way through. Where's the. I'm pretty sure. I've seen him bleed before and it's it's red on nuit air. Come on that was shocking scene. That was i mean it was interesting. It showed that revelation. Thank you yes anyway all week showing that like these. The avengers are not so infallible. Or whatever and that's not the word but you know what i mean and then next thing we see invincible. The next thing we see is lucky. Key show up. Hey with this army of as guardians and thors buddies. I don't remember their names. I know sieve was was in there and then the other ones sitting the gangs game. But they showed up to avenge his brother's death and stuff and loki brought out. Remember what that thing's called but it's not let me stop and think about where the four movie is in this time in this moment loki has already betrayed odin and thor at this point he in the tower move. He took rain he is. Thor wasn't there to stop. Loki from killing owed and all the way so lucky now rules as i don't remember the first movie at all. Well we just a couple of weeks that doesn't but off that movie the cinematography still okay but yeah so. There's nothing stopping. Nothing's stopping. Basically that i had later. I was like how the heck was he able to convince the as guardians to take over mid guard in this case. Because he's the leader now so okay. Well thank you the middle earth reference. Yes in this one where they all show up. And i think was was it Colson he's like they look like they're from middle earth. That's funny call was a lot of fun. There like e dictators like are they from around here. he's like maybe middle earth. So yeah. no you're right. Colson was it was fun to have. What's his name. I can't remember park playing him in this in this again it was it was great..
Building a Better Path to Neurotherapeutics
"South. Thanks for joining us right to be here. We're going to talk about her office. The challenges of developing drugs to treat neurologic conditions and offices platform to address those challenges. I think neurologic conditions tend to be an area of some of the hardest targets therapeutically. My sense is this is an area with relatively high failure rates for drug developer's. Why is that is a lack of understanding of the complexity of these conditions. Lack of animal models delivery challenges or is it something else. I think the reason that neurology and psychiatry has categories have have some the lowest Success rates in drug discovery are primarily for two reasons. these are complex conditions of Very complex organ. Not well understood how the brain works and when when things go wrong why why they go wrong so it's complexity of disease and And secondarily i think because of that complexity to develop effective therapies. We might have to take more more sophisticated approaches and it goes through the two two major issues the other issues that you brought up a animal models are certainly more challenged the translate ability of Of behavior between species is hard and and of course There are challenges of getting into the brain but you know to to be fair. Plenty of plenty of drugs do get into the brain. Ruffalo has developed a platform for discovering therapies for neurologic disease. Easing patient derived human models known as organ. Lloyd's what's in organized. And and how do you create them. Yes so org. Annoyed is some kind of a scary science fiction sounding word But you know it happened to. It is the word that the industry in the field has has settled on and It sounds it. Sounds fancy new in in ways it is. It's a new way to culture. Cells typically stem cells typically derived A reprogram from patient samples either blood or fiber blasts
"ruffalo" Discussed on Metro Christian Centre - Bury & Whitefield
"Spacious and clear to allow god's heart to come and fill our hearts and not know in a weird way in a strange way. I'm reminded of one of my favorite stories. One of my all time favorite stories. It's a classic for me a classic story. And it's opened the with the load in a rings and accounts monte cristo. It's an extraordinary work of literature and amazing work. Which i'm gonna bend down again. If you hear crack. I do apologize that it is made hold on and it's this story accent. An amazing work of literature. It should be. It should be in the top one hundred books to read. But it's historical the squash and a squeeze by june donaldson. If you know julia johnson she also wrote an amazing buckled Ruffalo which is should also been sought one hundred bucks to read along with tiddler which is an excellent book and my all time. Second favorite of stick man. If you get time to read tonight police do so. Elevate your spirit and be amazed. And i would read about. I can't read it to you because copyright laws will not allow me to do so especially as this will be going on youtube but later but squad squeeze there's a little lady you lives all by herself with a table and chairs and a on a shelf and wise old mount. He's walking past. Here's grumble grouse. The business in her house and so she asks allies man for some advice and the wise old mount advisors as the chicken to bring in her and now the old woman's confused but she brings in hand and it doesn't make your house feel any bigger but it just makes it small because the house that makes a mess and it knocks off the joke on the shelf and it just feel slow and so she asks oldman again for some help and the wise old man sells it upbringing goats which makes more and choose her curtains and table legs and it's full of fleas. The hand just picks our own so siesta. Wise old man. The hell then tells it that. Bring in her pig. Anyone who would like a pig in the house the quite common pet these days. Apparently it's quite popular but the pay grades lauda and so of house. that was too small for one. Now feels teeny four. And so she asks the help again and the wise old man tells it bring in her cow and things just get worse causing the woman to cry out heavens alive because the house that was teenaged before now becomes weenie to five and so one final time. She asks the old wise man the help. I don't know why she keeps going back to the old wise man that i don't think health paying off sofa and this time he says take them law out and so fine one by one..
"ruffalo" Discussed on Ambition Radio
"I didn't know in a terrifying. I heard dude channing. Rarely good movie actually recommended. Mark ruffalo channing. Tatum and steve carell. I think channing. Tatum can act. he was really going to buy. I think he there was one point where he likes. Snaps hotel room shit forever. He he'd knocked out of the bar. I would like to see him more stuff. I enjoyed them in twenty one. Jump street Twenty two jump street. I don't think. I have actually not bad for a second juncture. It was honest as good as the first one Wc excited they. They kept it fresh off while just really just make jokes at the fact that they were down another one the whole fucking i one of the first one. Yeah that's that that is the credits for the best. Because they're joked about how the just gonna make them forever. And it's like a poster like twenty three judge street at. It's like a clip from it. They do that for like fifteen of balance. Just like fucking hand at will point seth rogan takes over. And wherever you look different. He's the same alleghenies again back after contract disputes. I mean that so. Do you think 'cause i wasn't far. That would be funny. Is that jonah hill is now lay in shape. And is ju jitsu master now. So i think that would be fun if he just goes in fucking fully. Roy did for the like last week to. He was at the beach and like paparazzi. Took pictures of any like went out of his way made a post. He's like my entire life. I was scared to take my shirt off the beach of the fact that you guys are fucking following man taking pictures like he's like i still hate it but i hope it gives other people confidence. Yeah yeah i saw that. That was great. Saw it always. It always makes me wonder like with the roles that he'll get now if that's going to change any as like to shop you ever seen bed summer. Yeah mid nineties mid nineties. I didn't watch really should as As a punk kid in the nineties like headstart movers will relatable He directed that whole thing thing. It's pretty short. It's probably like an hour and twenty five minutes but rarely good. I just went through a whole bunch of old music and realized that i was probably like a lot cooler at high school because i listened to so much like hardcore punk All the all the fun stuff that i just. It's.
"ruffalo" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Mark Ruffalo. Don't love it. My brother looks and this is less okay now and now it's sort of creepy, but he looks at some angles Exactly like Kevin Spacey. Wow, like a real Kevin Spacey vibe going on sometimes. It used to be cool. Now it's a good way to get punched in the face. I'm sure that backfires. Now it is, um, my boss. So I'm going to see I don't really like minute left. We once went out in Manhattan Beach in L. A. And he the waitress we had was very sweet, but I don't know that she was the brightest person that I've ever met. While she was over his pretended that I was the guy from the wonder years. Just talk to me like I was him. And how is the you know? How is it being Hollywood? And she asked me about it. You know, it was great. It was really interesting part of my life. Apparently that one that one so we'll try that with you. We'll try that with time I'm gonna buy for you're gonna bye. Yeah. Bye. I'll take a bunch of time. Enjoy l a enjoy the weather. I got you. I got you here. I got the my socks are wet, right? My whole body is drenched in cold. I'm just I'm taking on the New York duties for to be fair. It was raining yesterday. Not today. They make back about two. It's all the New York respond. It's all happening all the time on your shoulders. It's so good. He's talking about the dead. I'll thank you to him. Thank you to Matt. Thank you. Tow, mister Blot Bloody I'm Bill Ryder, the show's writer. The new I'm here all week from New York City, and we hope you join us again tomorrow. On CBS Sports radio have a good more They Everybody should definitely kind of Baltimore way had to find a different way to put our passion to work. If you love your job in love, what you do every day goes on as you want it. I think how we look at art can be world changing..
"ruffalo" Discussed on Behind the Bima
"Flooded tell your friends tell your family tell your co workers. Tell your colleagues to flood the office with thank you notes. That would be amazing. We assume you alluded to earlier that we assume that we need to flood the offices of those who are not on our side and we do but we also can't take for granted and if we want people to remain on our side spokespeople then. We need to do that. So one thing. I would as don't forget to mention that you heard him on behind the bima. Ponce thank you so but he was. He was great. I'll tell you one other thing. I spoke to him earlier. Setting up the interview said you know anything you don't want us to ask and if you want to ask to avoid and it's a courtesy that we we try to offer. Don't tell the guests the questions we're going to ask but we wanted to be spontaneous but game. He said one thing he said one thing and i was working. Don't bring this up. Don't mention that he's just one thing he said i'm not going to. I'm not going to bash anybody. I will speak about ideas. I won't speak about people so if you think i'm going to come out and attack anybody. It's not going to happen. I don't do that so he he. Just an impressive person says it all of us. Impressive person yeah. That was that was impressive. So coming back. We're almost out of time. But i wanna come back to the conversation that we were having earlier with mark ruffalo so and again the israel anti-semites without saying that his apology is only because disney threatened to. He's an actor disney. The disney threatened him. Or hollywood must have threatened Which is not exactly so slanted towards israel so..
"ruffalo" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Well, we don't want to But a black guy beating up a nation We're trying to find a trump supporter. Well, they stop talking about that. There's time Now. The left is attacking Jews all over the country. If you're a Democrat, you're Jewish. You're You're an idiot. You got some brain problem. She gotta scan Mark Ruffalo as they're so he tweeted this anti Semitic stuff. And then people pointed out there was hand I Semitic, while the Hamas a terrorist group was attacking a civilian population in Israel living in peace. And then Mark Ruffalo apologized for spreading the anti Semitic stuff on then the left attack him for being spineless and a coward for apologizing after suggesting Israel committed genocide. He's accusing Israel committing genocide. This is the Democrat Party today, just by the way Mark Love. Ruffalo was labeled spineless and a coward by his longtime fans after issued a late night apology for his tweets that suggested Israel was committing genocide in its ongoing conflict with Hamas. Now he's an actor and he's a moron, but he's got 7.5 million Twitter followers. And Twitter doesn't block him. By the way, you know, Jack Dorsey doesn't block him for saying that Israel is committing genocide when the genocidal terrorist group Hamas is actually attacking Israel and Israel's defending itself, But never mind that he said that stuff out. Not how they're committing genocide, and and then people pointed out that he's an idiot. So he apologized. And now the left is attacking him for apologizing now in doing research on that today, I have found another story from April 5th of this year from the what the SAG Awards. Mark Ruffalo opens up about mental illness after winning 2021 SAG Award. Well, that fits perfectly doesn't look. He's got a note from his doctor. He's mentally ill. But s O is a hail see, as far as I can tell, And so are so many of these Democrats attacking on people on these Palestinian lunatics spitting on diners in New York, spitting on diners in Los Angeles, and I gotta tell you, I got to tell you They're just keep pushing for more and more bad things more and more bad things. Also there was another story that I found amusing yesterday, Israeli police shot assailant to stab to people in Jerusalem. Why would I find that amusing? Israeli please fatally shot a man who stabbed an Israeli soldier and civilian in east Jerusalem on Monday of the Associated Press reported The assailant was unidentified Police referred to him as a terrorist. Okay, so to be a birthday and I was just wondering well, where's LeBron James LeBron James has got to send out a tweet of the Israelis saying you're next. Right? Because what the police shot somebody was stabbing people. LeBron is against that. We all know that. And in New York. These these people, these radical Islamists, anti Semites, genocidal anti Semites, and it's now coast to coast on the Democrats are in their camp, and that's why AOC was forced to come out. Make up a fake instance here, little video Saying anti Semitism is bad on I watched his video. Breitbart's posted a number of videos of leftists and terrorists wearing Palestinian flags attacking people in the United States because they believe them to be Jewish, and they're shouting at them and literally spitting in these gang of bearded men with Palestinian headdresses and scarves and flags. Attacking people at restaurants in New York and in Los Angeles, assuming they're Jewish. And spitting in their faces and threatening their lives and attacking them. And then the police come along and protect him, and I still have a lot of these people in New York and Los Angeles are anti police and vote Democrat and then the police come along and save them and the Democrats spit on them and the terrorists from with the Palestinian flags. Spit on them. Also keep in mind that if the convention in Philadelphia where Hillary Clinton got the nomination, remember when they forgot to bring any American flags remember that they were. They had Palestinians legs inside the Palestinian flags and set the whole there where they nominated. Really nominate Hillary Clinton for the presidency, and then she lost and that was a very good thing. Now the Democrats are and the Council on American Islamic Relations Organizing a national march for Palestine. In Washington. Palestine doesn't exist any more girls..
"ruffalo" Discussed on NoCo Now ? 1310 KFKA
"Actor who was previously nominated for get out was widely expected. It's so we. Can't that okay. Ryan ryan just let me know that. They started cussing right off the bat but that video like go watch it. It's just so strange. Talking about the hollywood elitism talking about these actors and actresses they get butt naked and sit there and talk about how important. This is big an election. This is to vote. Why do they have to be naked. And what are they gonna do up the bar like. What are they gonna up the ante next year next presidential election. That's terrifying what ryan you're gonna have to help me out here The actor who portrays the hulk mark ruffalo is in the. I don't want to see mark ruffalo naked. I don't want to see anybody on their dated. Like what are they going to do this next. So i think people are kind of tired of the hollywood elitism. We saw them stay. stay home. Where else stayed at home stayed home with us. Wait have.
"ruffalo" Discussed on Scene N Nerd
"We we saw early on it. Mcu and not the not the reform low key that we got Towards the end with anthony war so yeah he just cannot do anything terrorists. The zemo No that's not something we want to fix. I also always think it's funny. Went mc them see. Marvel does something like this and then him we're not in competition with c. The six days it took you guys two years. Yeah we're not in competition need knows cut zemo cut medo tamargo. That zemo cut is pretty fun. I i did go to youtube and watch it. I mean it's just especially the six sixty minutes of of a thirty second luke. Yeah i mean did. Marble has the tendency tune when something works They'll continue. I mean all of the the whole announcement of the spiderman movie title. I mean that played into it. It's weird it's it's like we always talk about the legacy of the mc you that that That stretches across over twenty movies and now tv shows and how that was possible. But there's also this other narrative the just the marvel studio and the actors and everything. I don't know it's brilliant. But adding to that ensemble She hulk has announced that. It has cast. Hamilton's rene goldsberry elisa As i like to call her And that's all will told me not the part. That's that's that's that's the important thing i actually. There's really not much other than to character dishes. Be portraying is a character named and amelia and a friend of Our lead a janitor who is Is she of course by donna. Mice lonnie and of course you know arc. Ruffalo is going to be in it and of course tim. Roth is back as the abomination. so yeah. I mean it's you know again continuing to to build on on this in this universe in and of course attracting high caliber high quality talent to to to fill these roles mean..
Golden Globe 2021 winners round-up
"The 2021 Golden Globes are underway in Beverly Hills in New York City. This year's show is being hosted virtually on NBC. By Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. Normally this room is full of celebrities. But tonight our audience on both coasts is made up of smoking, hot first responders and essential work. Golden Globe for best supporting actor was awarded to Daniel Colucci, a for Judas and the Black Messiah. Best supporting TV actor has gone to John Boyega for small acts. Catherine O'Hara scored the best actress in a comedy musical Syriza Ward for her role in Shits Creek Soul has won The Golden Globe for best animated film. Aaron Sorkin picked up the award for best screenplay for the trial of the Chicago seven. And the Golden Globe for best actor and a limited syriza or TV movie has gone to Mark Ruffalo for his dual role is twins. And I know this much is true.
"ruffalo" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Asbury. You're on New Jersey one on 1.5. Therefore, gentlemen, thank you for taking my call. I am from Cliffside Park in Bergen County is the movie big with Tom Hanks and Robert close yet? Was filmed in Cliffside Park on Greenmount Avenue. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah, the suburban street where the boy's house was in the movie, right? Correct. And at the end of the movie when he turns into a boy with the old over the quote because his clothing is overgrown and everything. Yeah, that's green line is very good. Oh, that's what a sad but touching scene that was that. You said that I was just thinking about it before you said only one material I talking to you guys, But yeah. That was that was film one of two things with film there and then my friend made the 1980 Olympic team and wrestling. He's from New Jersey. His name is mangy Mills, and he got called to be an extra in the movie Foxcatcher. I saw that movie The resting Yeah. With Steve Carell. Yeah, Correct. Steve Carell, Channing Tatum and Mark Ruffalo. So Jean picked me up and we went to Pennsylvania and we did five days out there. I got three seconds of At a time, the quality, But we got to see the ending workings of a movie. And it was pretty pretty elaborate how they go about it. Like really, like 20 hours a day. Yeah, I mean, it's people don't realize how much work it is, but I mean, and much of it is just plotting and boring and retakes, right? Correct. A bit of the three main actors Corral Tatum and Ruffalo. They never interacted with each other because they wanted to come out and do this scene like that. Um Carol had had security so we never went near him. Kate, Um, after a scene. He would talk to us and he was. He was quite nice to us. And he was really gracious Gene, because Gene was like the famous person of the people that were there and then Ruffalo was awesome. Russell wrestled when he was a, uh in high school in Virginia, and we had a training session. Where all day and he was awesome. He stay with us, like six o'clock in the morning when he got chauffeured to leave to finally go back. He he was really cool with us, so that's need Yeah, There's a great stories to hear. Yeah. Louie, Thanks for your call. I'm sure Steve Carell would've been nice to if he didn't have security. Yeah, I mean, he's just that he's such a huge name. By this point, Love. John and Manchester. You're on New Jersey one a 1.5. Yeah. The only Bill Harding was shot in Natanz or I grew up and bad that they used my dad used to work at. The bar trying to remember it is while the women was the town tavern on Water Street that they called balloons called, which is grew in the movie. Okay? And the house was on dock Street by what they do with that house is all they did was was billed the past scoot around actual house. Mm. So I really didn't use the house to choose the facade around, huh? I didn't know that. I never knew that. And isn't there something like did okay. Maybe you don't know this, but that house that Um, that was used for that, you know, movie. Didn't they look after the movie was made wasn't its horn down in the different house was rebuilt? No, it's still there actually was after that, that itwas it's got decide around it and then go through it. And you go in the house. I just was drowned in the last hour because I would've made Jeff left. Okay. That's a challenge. Okay? Yeah, It's a challenge. Okay? Hit me up. Okay. It's so hot. I remember my wife agreeing to a three someone hell freezes over. So I've sent it after tonight. I'm sorry. Still no cash. All right, John. Sorry about that. Thanks for your call, though, When he started that it's so hot we were doing it's so cold. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Eliminated the technicality, Right? I'm sorry, man. All right, we will take will take more of your calls..
Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr. defend Chris Pratt after actor is roasted on social media
"Standing up to the Chris Pratt haters. The Hulk and Iron Man are defending the Star Lord after the Internet. Dubbed the actor as the worst of the famous Chris's. This week, Ruffalo and Downey Jr took to social Media to criticize Prats haters for being bullies. Ruffalo tweeted that Pratt is as solid a man there is well already. Jay fired back on Instagram, saying anyone taking issue with Pratt should delete their social media accounts. Even guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn joined the fight and called Pratt the best dude in the world. Making the goddess NBC
How the jobs report managed to surprise almost everyone
"I will tell you what you can talk. Black swans until the cows come home. Those completely unexpected events often rationalized after the fact, there was not anybody who saw this morning's May unemployment report. Come and guess is worth for maybe ten million jobs having been disappeared last month. Instead we got two and a half million added back and the unemployment rate went down. Now everything is obviously not labour-market, sunshine and light, but today while surprising was progress. We marketplace's Mitchell Hartman to do some forensics for us. Let's start with this. Guy Adam Russillo. He's thirty four a dental office assistant in Austin, Texas the beginning of the third week of March and they let us know that just did a code. Nineteen would be closed in the office. Russillo got on on employment then in mid-may. When Texas started reopening, he was called back. It's great you know I. Much prefer the work, then you sitting around somewhere, not doing anything. Now multiply Adam ruffalo about two and a half million, and that's how you get a massive job increase in May with the pandemic still raging University of Michigan Economist. Betsey Stevenson says dentistry is actually a perfect microcosm of how service jobs are returning. It's business where people have to be face to face or mouth to sharp shiny dental instrument. The economy started open up. People went. Went Back to the dentist, so dense offices accounted for a full ten percent of the jobs gained last month, but still about thirty percent of people who worked at dentists offices before the pandemic so far haven't been called Back Stevenson says consumers are still afraid of getting sick and spending their money so dentists they are still not needing all their workers because fear and loss. Loss of income is holding back. Demand More than half the jobs that returned in May were at bars, restaurants casinos in the like jober swell us at our consulting saw the turnaround in real time, consumer activity stores opening TSA data and Road Congestion Control of which employs nearly implied the worst was behind us, and very modest recovery had started, but he says it could be. Be Years before people go back to eating out and traveling like they used to. And all those workers have jobs again. I'm Mitchell Hartman for marketplace one more thing coming out of Mitchell story for all the good there was in this report. It has to be pointed out that the black unemployment rate actually went up in May sixteen point seven percent to sixteen point eight. For a little context on why that is the reality in this economy, historically and present day I refer you once again. Mitchell Hartman, he has been burning the candle at both ends his
Exclusive: Mark Ruffalo Eyed to Star in 'Parasite' Series on HBO
"Earning today reports HBO is looking to cast mark Ruffalo as the star of a limited series based off of the Oscar winning film parasite the news about Ruffalo being part of the series comes a month after HBO announced a partnership with the pericytes director bong joon ho so this has been in the works and you know you haven't seen parasite you should probably go and check
Marshawn Lynch reflects on the "Beast Quake" anniversary in the most Marshawn Lynch way
"We all remember what happened around here on a very sea hawk St January eighth two thousand eleven the day of football game became so much more courtesy of this guy seventeen power trying to get a powerful sold one you know we found and we know we are going to be lined up and then Marchand made the play captured by NBC beside themselves and so were the fans at CenturyLink field they jumped and yelled sold loudly the seismograph at the university of Washington went off Marshawn Lynch touchdown triggered the infamous beast quake is having it and this week we celebrate the beast quake which measured somewhere between one and six on the Richter scale the ninth anniversary of the seismic event is even sweeter because beast mode is back on our team Marchand was asked about the beast quake just before the holidays in that all her was Ruffalo my shoulder pads and Marie sixty seven a win this weekend could bring the team back down for a possible aftershocks Ryan Calvert komo
Marshawn Lynch reflects on the "Beast Quake" anniversary in the most Marshawn Lynch way
"Beside themselves and so were the fans at CenturyLink field they jumped and yelled soul loudly the seismograph at the university of Washington went off Marshawn Lynch touchdown triggered the infamous beast quake it did and this week we celebrate the beast quake which measured somewhere between one and six on the Richter scale on the ninth anniversary of the seismic event is even sweeter because beast mode is back on our team Marchand was asked about the beast quake just before the holidays in that all her was the Ruffalo my shoulder pads in brief sixty seven a win this weekend could bring the team back down for a possible
'Dark Waters' casts Mark Ruffalo as the crusading lawyer who toppled DuPont
"About another good still is the new film Todd Haynes who I think is just a tremendous filmmaker and this film called dark waters it's kind of an Erin Brockovich hi story about corporate malfeasance specifically about do Poland's dumping chemicals into war the water supply back in the late nineties I missed the mark Ruffalo as a lawyer who is defense lawyer for local company but gets wind of some terrible goings on and despite the actually dupont for what they've been doing and this is kind of an ongoing case that that have been involved in the last twenty years and it's one of those procedural kind of dog then if the small guy working against big eagle company to uncover you know you lies and cover up and if you like that kind of stuff that very seventy didn't feel and the way it shot and I like that one a lot yeah but do pot was down there by Pennsylvania they could just hired that Irishman go yeah it's seven in West Virginia hello okay they still he was going to go in and straighten a guy out there would've been the end of that so that would mean the
Mark Ruffalo slams Ellen DeGeneres’s support of George W. Bush: 'We can’t even begin to talk about kindness'
"Actor mark Ruffalo weighing in on the controversy involving former president George W. bush and Ellen de generous more now from reporter mark may feel on Tuesday Reese Witherspoon and Kristen bell were slammed on social media for showing support for the generous who said that she and bush were friends just with a different beliefs the talk show host was responding to critics of her sitting and laughing with the former president and Dallas Cowboys game when I say be kind to one another I don't mean only the people that think the same way that you do I mean be kind to everyone too generous at Ruffalo tweeted on Wednesday to offer his two cents on the matter saying we can't even begin to talk about kindness until bush is brought to justice for the crimes of the Iraq war the actor best known as the incredible hulk in the Avengers movies they link to a Vanity Fair article that broke down some of the reasoning behind the outrage that was directed at too generous for her friendly relationship with the former
Bond 25 May Be Eyeing A Female Villain
"They were trying to he didn't believe him but anyway it's still a we know yep yep okay so that is that is the big news moving onto our next category are under the radar are under the radar category news is not as not being reported as much as it may be should be so it looks like danny boyle is going to do something a little different on bond twenty five according to the mirror the knicks the next big bad bond villain is going to be a woman so i mean there have been plenty of bond girls there have been plenty of bad bonn girls but not like the main villain in so it looks like either held him bonham carter or dwell just way angelina jolie are up for the role can we get third opinion of them we know that means that means the bond boy for better for lack of a better term because we've had von girls we have to have fun boys because they can't call them bodman anyway the bond boy is going to be johnny depp and i don't know not anymore it's helena bonham carter and johnny depp have kinda gone their separate ways they've also not tim burton directed bond film so we don't need that plus johnny depp did not appear in harry potter intil they made another series about it and helena bonham carter and johnny depp having appeared in harry potter either together i forgot about i honestly for homebound carter was in harry potter.
Box-Office Preview: 'Avengers: Infinity War' Sets Sights on Record U.S. Bow
"Soul new releases avengers infinity wars the nineteen film in the marvel cinematic universe two years after the team has split apart by the events of captain america's civil war the universe faces a grave new threat so the avengers must reunite and team up with the guardians of the galaxy to stop the destruction robert downey junior chris hemsworth mark ruffalo chris evans scarlett johansson and chris pratt starring this epic superhero fill out in limited release is the drama disobedience based on the two thousand six novel of the same name when her father passes away a woman returns home years after being shunned by the community but one she's been back in new love interest causes her to explore her boundaries and those of her loved ones rachel vice rachel mcadams alexandra nevada and anton lesser star still in theaters are a quiet place rampage i feel pretty super troopers two and truth or dare plus ready player one blockers black panther traffic and i'll of dogs and that's your weekend box office preview.
Minnesota Timberwolves' Derrick Rose motivated to show doubters he can still play at high level
"You're listening to the best of gold again we go on espn radio and the espn at my goal with his are about to travel across the globe delighted have chris camp equal moran of fowler of course part of trump the rothenberg once trendy have up this chris derek rose back in the league back with the minnesota timberwolves or with some simple walls that reignites him with his former head coach tom pivotal which with him in chicago is also going to be with jimmy butler who is out for a while and taj gibson rose may debut as early as thursday night when minnesota place host the boston the only thing missing now is the opportunity rose told reporters in minnesota on thursday yet i was last night sorry is he did not play last night greysuited up talking to tips he sounds easy given the opportunities wants all about learning the guys and fitting in at the right time so what literally should we expect from deir grows at this world anal lee you look at dirt rose last couple of years have been ruffalo me was in new york two years ago things didn't work out he had a leave of absence he went a wall and it was the situation where he knew the fresh start thought that was going to happen in cleveland but i thought the cleveland cavaliers just expected too much alvin with it missing the first part in a season they they were asking dared roles to be something that he's not he's not a spotup shooter in that's piling which have to be in the backcourt because the broad is going to be ball dominant cleveland so he didn't finish package them in a trade utah waived him and it just hasn't worked out but now he's got an opportunity to be a part of a playoff contender he's gonna be looked at a somebody could federally be a bench score in the backcourt opposite of jamal crawford so that's what you're looking for and if anybody can squeeze the last little bit of basketball out of dirt rose here's tom through what well that's that's the question is i mean what what basketball does he have left because the obviously are the physical limitations because he's always been a.