17 Burst results for "Sarah Marshall"

"sarah marshall" Discussed on American Hysteria

American Hysteria

07:35 min | 3 weeks ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on American Hysteria

"Then maybe they need a break me and then i did this little princess thing if being like what if what if now that. No one's there like they can all come alive and lake the attraction character. is it all the different attract. That's so nice. To see birds are like we haven't seen the country bear jamboree and so long. I would be such a good friendship so weird i can feel my sadness for plastic robots. I know and like another thing. That i think about disneyworld. They think it's a great test of people in a way. Because i also i did a residency in las vegas. The believer in the black mountain institute and really like loved being there loved the experience and also loved kind of realizing that people who react to las vegas. If it's just a very simple concept rather than an entire city in like how it's like okay. You know there are lots of aspects of las vegas. That i genuinely don't enjoy like i don't gamble. I'm tourists it doesn't make sense to me so like there's lots of stuff that doesn't work for me as a pleasure but like do i want to pay sixty dollars in have bottomless legs. Caesar's yet delay like i don't like gambling. I do like crab and like i am friends with the concept of myself. As like an undignified array of pleasure seeking is and their places that cater to that. And i think that las vegas caters to that in a way and i think disneyworld caters to this child. Part of us I think some people probably genuinely don't have any part of themselves that disney delights. But i think a lot more people like articulated by it and then are kind of distressed by the fact that there's that part of them still exists and is delighted and his like i feel feelings for this robot. Okay so i wanna spend like a pretty big chunk of our time here talking about animatronic metron. Ix of man. I know new are a big animatronic. Think that for me. That's my favorite party disneyland. I think I'm going to give you some fun and metron history here. And i want you to vary job at any point. So they started in the tenth century bc in ancient china and people could make like ones that sing and dance and the internet said that they had lifelike organs and bones and muscles and joints. And i couldn't find anything more about what that means. But i assume if you pack some some bones under there they'll look okay for a little while define realistic. Were they in the right place or was it 'cause. Qc have no idea. The only thing i could find a tenth century bc. Yeah call me back. So i love the fortune teller machines right zoltan. of course they'll tar is is the big boy but before that the very first fortune teller machines Were in eighteen ninety one and they were Called the donkey wonder and the elephant wonder and they were based on the political parties and go donkey. Wonder will solve your problem. Why didn't they call it. Asks wonder though. There's so many missed opportunities in american history. We look bad are. Let's throw but this is great. You're gonna love this if you don't already know about it. So in the nineteen twenties and thirties. This this thing called laughing. Sal had like was pedaled all over two different carnivals and she was just like she was missing her front tooth and she had like crazy red hair. But you had to get your own hat that was like how you personalized laughing at sal. And she's like the first like laughing higher it or skeleton like the first laughing pirate. You know what i mean because she would invite people into the dark rides. Yeah which weren't necessarily they were just all the rides that happened. Like in in an enclosed kind of a crypt keeper. Kind of a case. It is yeah and it scared children. If you're scared of laughing sell then this ryan is too scary for you. Al cook want to go on this ride for some snow. Greenwich put me on. Just put me in a vehicle. I don't care anywhere that this lady's pointing. Because i'm there and then the time comment says it sounds like there's an actual human soul in her. Yes i would agree with. I want someone else says. It's chuck his mom. Thank you so much thank you okay and then electro have you ever heard electro. I'm so excited. So this is electro the world's fair in gray. It's amazing electoral wyatt please. I'm doing the talking. I'm sorry by now electro. I know you enjoy these. And i really going to try to give you a nice place. I'm showing sarah the hardware. The robot smokes i love. That's like one of the most basic things a human can do. It's like talking singing smoking and he also blew up balloons of course and just to describe him. Since you can't actually see images like big boxy gold robot who just b- barely touch anything. I've got a radio comment. 'cause this is i love this. This is from murdered all one of six. He says i've actually seen this in a museum. They don't operate it anymore because it's carotid on the inside and apparently fell on the owner's son l. o. l. but nonetheless the thing is pretty sweet pulitzer you'll love this alongside electro it in a different part of the new world's fair was Electra's pet dog spargo a And he was the first animatronic like animals. guess. I like that because animatronic need pets too. I think it's nice. So like pop it over to disney. When he's ready to do his thing They do this thing called project. Little man in one thousand nine hundred eighty one which is just like a little nine inch dancing man But then but then the real kind of first one was. They called it chinese head and it was built for a chinese restaurant because there was going to be a chinatown section. And could it was gonna be out was going to be a chinese restaurant in customers could ask questions and it end the the head would reply with words of wisdom and blankets is in. It's mouth opening closed. So i live hubbard lake or can we put in our restaurant. A severed head like is that scary. It's like well you know you don't have to do the limbs it's sufficient. Yeah and it's like we're just gonna just immediately go into something that's going to be so controversial in fifty years you know and just lied. I via yeah. This is the kind of stuff that you don't get in those Documentaries on disney plus animatronic have this cultural lineage. That reflects what's.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

03:19 min | 2 months ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on Just Between Us

"Recent. I don't know if isn't moral panic level. But i do find it really interesting. That there's this. Gary robust kind of debate This year about like screen time. How much is too much like. It's going to my screen time and gets this idea that like screen. Time is the standard for like all the worst things you can do as a parent. Somehow you know. And it's just. I find that so i find that interesting because i don't think the screen. I think the screens that maybe we need. I certainly have been watching movies and tv nonstop for eight months. And it's not what i would choose for myself but it's the safest place for my brain to be a lot of the time and i think that it's okay To not expect kids to be stronger than adults in that regard But i feel as if there's something going on with with parents. Fear of lake screen time or the idea that like i am doing the correct amount of screen time and my peers are not like. There's something i think i think. Generally that might not really be a moral panic. But i do think. The hallmark of moral panic is something. Where like something is truly terribly wrong and we are expressing that to ourselves by focusing on something. That's like at best only kind of relevant yes so absolutely walk but yes To play a game show. Oh yeah okay right on fire but let's focus on the game show so busy game called hypotheticals. Even gabby you're my. I'm going to give you a couple of hypothetical situations. You can ask any clarifying questions. You may have then you will tell me what you will do or your opinion of the situation and i decide who's answer. I like better okay. So our first games. America's favorite game show. Would you stay with this. Cheater your partner of five years. Just got his dream job. After his first day his boss insists he go to a bar in go into making out with another woman while his new colleagues. Cheer on. would you stay with this cheater. Who is now making five hundred k. A year sarah. This is really. This reminds me of a question. I posed on twitter today. Which is ended the simpsons past the point of no return. People have very personal answers for because some people say. It's the frank grimes episode. And i think that's the answer of people who lake would end it all right now And i because. I don't give up on anything until it's totally scorched earth and i just wanna go home You know didn't give up on the simpsons for several seasons after that and still think that there are moments and would probably have a big talking to about like what is hiding in your soul that you would do this for your boss of all. People say you're you're willing to work it out. You're not gonna the media. I want to at least have a big conversation about it and figure because i feel like this is to me. This is like the cheating is not worrying so much. Is the doing what your boss tells you to do. Sexually and the people pleasing the..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on Just Between Us

Just Between Us

05:29 min | 2 months ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on Just Between Us

"That is certainly. I think very present in the early eighties and that it's feels pretty treasonous to even question. The idea that the household is fine. The family is fine. The nuclear family will be fine. No one needs therapy. We're fine we're fine and you know one of the things that i actually find fascinating and i think it is relevant to the holiday season is that there is this spectacularly dudley family mass murderer that happens at christmas of nineteen eighty-seven and saw in the sky named ronald gene simmons who has been horrifically abusive to his family for his children's entire lives has adult children have moved away. Married had their own kids like distance themselves from him. They are actively planning to rescue their mom from him but they all come home for christmas. Has it's christmas. And then he kills them all various medically over a period of. I think three days and it's just not. It's very interesting to me that we have this pantheon of killers in america and ronald gene. Simmons is not on it because you know he did truly one of you know. I think the word unspeakable is like very almost worthless and sort of bandied about by by true crime. But i that is truly the word that comes to mind for that and we just don't talk about it because it's too close to home. I think and at the same time that this happened in nineteen eighty seven. You know there were still places in the united states where people were spending taxpayer money. You know searching and searching for the grays of these alleged dead babies these satan us. We're supposed to be sacrificing like they never found a single one of these collections of remains like the satan in america. If you believe the satanic panic where somehow obtaining and sacrificing thousands of babies ear. No evidence ever recovered this guy arkansas's because sitting around lake killing his his young children on his own property. And it's just not relevant. It's not news right. That's one of the things that is so interesting is that there was no evidence right. The only evidence ever got. Was these confessions from children. Yeah and like you mentioned before. No confession often meant that the abuse had happened right. They had created your sort of confession rather than an accusation because these kids are not freely making these claims like these are the iconic satanic panic cases. They're very similar to each other and one of the hallmarks is that young. Children are being pressured by adults to confirm story and then they got one kid to say what they want and they lean on another kid. And that's how you question co-defendants right. It's amazing yeah so they were doing this to children and then the kids are being ripped apart ripped from their families and then a lot of times the kids then start to believe this thing did happen right and it's just like i think we often think of it as just this like time in history but the repercussions for those families involved like continue to this day..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"The house being a job is not gonna stop I'm telling you this you've been hearing from some other folks to I'm sure but don't think that the Democrats are going to accept the reality that it's over as the guy in forgetting Sarah Marshall says about the sopranos over find a new show Democrats don't want to find a new show the anti trump shows the only show they want to watch and they're going to continue they're gonna can by the way I've been watching the Americans are finally dove into and I'll say the Americans is a really really good show I'm very impressed with how well done it is and if you're looking for a show that gives you a little bit of of our now there's obviously plenty of it that's how they what eyes a little too much but if you're over show that has some of the realities of espionage work it's the Americans as a very I know it's been off the air now for a couple years but it's a very very good depiction of what it's kind of like to you know run sources and do all these things up I thought it was I was very good anyway the Democrats are not giving up on their anti trump madness they're not they're not going to stop they're not going to hold back they they want to continue to push to get pulled in and I think that what they're hoping is that both the will come forward and say that there was a you know there was pressure or there was a quid pro quo and then I'll just have some news cycles really talk about that which doesn't really matter all that much because anybody who cares about Ukraine already cares and they care because they hate trump so didn't really matter even what the facts of the Ukraine fiasco were but I'm here to tell you they're gonna beach present again if they can they're going to they're going to take us through this again they're they're not done they don't feel chastened really they are a little flabbergasted you can tell they're a little flabbergasted that this has not worked even in is C. N. N.'s Jake tapper the the meanest so called neutral journalist the fake is the meanest neutral journalist that I think I know of on television even he said that Democrats are a little a little frustrated play twenty four Donald Trump is having a week that is frustrating lots of Democrats they had there hi imbroglio fiasco in the Iowa caucus we still don't know who won that that caucus and we're still waiting for results president trump's approval ratings according to Gallup are the highest they've ever been forty nine percent approve fifty percent disapprove that's a much higher than they were when he was elected as his approval rating was somewhere in the thirties and he still was elected I'm obviously is the same in the union tomorrow he is about to be acquitted in the impeachment trial impeachment this because he did not even want to do so this is for Democrats of very very frustrating week you don't say John W. credit for speaking truth to is all inside here what it's like yeah dude it's pretty obvious isn't it it's pretty clear that this is not been a good week for Democrats they went from thinking that maybe they were gonna get a bite I you know at least some bipartisan votes I don't I don't know as I go on there now folks I don't know about a minute I don't know about a minute I usually he likes to make a lot of noise about being the the one true honest faithful conservative and then he he backs out at the last minute you know that all the sun is not such a tough guys not so cool is not so willing to take the heat that's a lease that's my my take on it I would not be shocked if Mitt Romney decides to vote in favor of conviction on abuse of power and against conviction on the obstruction because again is the obstruction counties of these days complete I mean they might as well accuse trump of of assassinating Abraham Lincoln I mean it's completely bonkers it's completely bonkers and that's just that's just the truth that you know so but I I don't know if it's gonna go a I I can see it because he knows it is the the trump gonna get acquitted and Doug Jones by the way the reason he's voting to convict the president is because he wants to be in the good grace that are you know he's not gonna win reelection he wants me to grace the Democrat party going forward want to get really cushy lobbying job you on speaker circuit and there's there's money to play here folks never forget that if you're Democrat in good standing people think that you know you are rather the Democrats will take good care of you know make sure that you I have plenty of cash flow publicans are more like yeah thanks for serving the country see later to start a business good luck a real business not a like I'm just gonna go around to give speeches business so it's not it has not been a good week for Democrats in with the acquittal imminence all the president of the United States you have to wonder what the next phase of their insanity will be I think you're going to see a roll out of a shotgun approach of a lot of different things that we've seen in the past so we're gonna get to the anti trump retreads now in the days ahead the weeks ahead you'll hear about Russia collusion again you'll hear about trump being not of sound mind and needs to be removed needs to be removed through the amendment as prescribed in the constitution you know with with a cabinet essentially voting to with his own cabinet voted to remove him from office that's what they were gonna try now they're just going to see what they and see what sticks in the news cycle and because the opposition media could you imagine if you work at CNN if you work in some of these places and you're getting constantly SmackDown by the president and it's amazing I mean it's it's delicious to hear and watch it's great can you may imagine the the anxiety that they feel about four more years of this because their favorite thing is they pretend to be the mainstream corporate journalists pretended they speak truth to power when really they're sick offense to power they do whatever they can to get as close to power to have as much access and they also feel influence with that access as they can everyone understands that we have a Democrat president if you're writing for The Washington Post or The New York Times editorial pages or just your well known reporter those at those places if you're a big name CNN or ABC news journal's any of these people you have influence never mind just access which is dollars and cents right when Obama would grant interviews to certain news or Alex and not others there's money attached to that I mean I know about this because I work in this business right there you know if I if you get a a sit down the president I'd states that viewers that's oddballs that's money so these decisions have big implications and they do look at the bottom line at places like see an ad in the the absurdity of C. N. as anyone it's crappy ratings because of CNN international which is the channel that's just on all over the world representing America and showing how awful trump is and how bad America is all the time for the rest the world thank CNN and because you have seen and dot com and it's created this this really mythology of itself as a neutral place for fact based journalism that lives who are not neutral like to them that that plays into their sense of well I'm looking at the real journalism and there's a premium that is paid for scene and as a result of that people pay more money for advertisers pay more money for CNN for those oddballs because it's the you know the elites in the educated the wealthy on the coasts there's also a global brand attached to it so unfortunately it's not going anywhere so I'm trying to say I mean I would be great if you know they had to do a re thinker revamp but that's not gonna happen because it's it's able is continue as it is and keep churning out money because of the legacy of a legacy brand that has been created there but you're gonna see a continuation of the anti trump efforts that you already that hardly come so familiar to us right now it's not like after impeachment is done there's going to be some honeymoon here the Democrats are running candidates right now to try to defeat president trump and after last night it got to be in shock about what their real chances are after last night they got to be thinking all my gosh what is going on here what are we going to do because when it comes to putting on a show when it comes at the actors when it comes to campaigning who they really think they're gonna put up against Donald Trump Bernie Sanders Bernie Sanders is like usually is like somebody you would expect on on on a sitcom or something and Bernie Sanders is not trump is a reality TV star but Bernie Sanders is funny without intending to be funny a lot of time in prison is a bizarre guy honeymoon the Soviet Union he's really in some ways an unrepentant communists never mind socialism he believes in just using different mechanisms of the state in order to get whatever policy it is that he wants through but he this is true they're offering up to defeat the president's states that they I don't know I I got to think that there's no way that he could defeat trump but yeah there's a crazy it's it is a crazy we're all say this you can call me but it's a crazy world we live in right now that is for sure and I think that we're going to see a lot more of the Democrats scramble than we have in a long time to come up with some way of undermining a president that they've just got nothing on right now here's a verse it here's here's Jimmy Kimmel by the way on the just say the union I was sure this to that he didn't seem a one point like trump is gonna say you get a car you get a car because they were such an energy and excitement in the room over was such an incredible speech of course the left mocks there since as all it's all courses the actress is state of the union address the whole thing is optics the whole thing is basically optics here's a Jimmy Kimmel who also is supposed to be like the meanest comedian in the world but player twenty three from promised he would always protect patients with pre existing conditions which is something I will definitely remind him of what he most certainly does exactly the opposite of that it really is a brazen how he just says things and then does the opposite he also gave Rush Limbaugh the presidential medal of freedom this is Rosa Parks Stan this is a.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Thank Sounds Yeah what's fun movie. What do you do and your girlfriend breaks up with you? You stand in front of her with your sticking to the floor and cry then you go to Hawaii and stock on vacation just like Jason Segel does in two thousand eight forgetting Sarah Marshall. It's a really good movie right funny super funny like I don't. I don't WanNa say underrated but I don't know maybe a little underrated. dismissed is a really yeah. It's like people Kinda have the anchorman and and forty virgin and all that kind of forget about this one a little bit this a funny movie and Russell Brand just gets to be Russell brand yeah he's great everyone's great and his area yeah he's great. He's always great okay if the critics were. I don't think he series in this one. Oh that's another one that policy I think while he thought he was like the Super Hansie instructor for Naipaul. No Paul Rudd God. That's Paul Rudd. He plays the Hansie Instructor Brian going up now. Okay let me explain. He plays the Hansie instructor in like the couples retreat where they go to the beach to be windsurfer. Something I think are Americans holly now now. He just plays a lot. He's been in seventy film so we can't define it that way the birdcage. What movie is that along came polly? Oh you're right. You went to the beach okay all right anyway. Maybe it's either way there's a few of those at Paul Rudd is like donors. Thanks very very happy in right right. Okay so this movie's funny and it's got like some heart and everything else smart candid smart and if they were intellectually honest they just go well. It's ninety five I percents because it's a comedy and it's funny and it's got some arc and some story and everyone's gives a great performance but they won't do that because it's a comedy which I don't get they went and data comedy and it was got money and it work inherently gets a lower score right okay but they got to like it. It's a it's a funny. It's a funny movie. I'M GONNA GO EIGHTY-SEVEN I WANNA lower seventy six seventy five forgetting Sarah Marshall is certified for us at eighty three percent right. Get you the negative. Oh this is a good funny movie and it's it's got some artsy miss in it is well. He's doing the puppet he stuff at the and he shows Dick and everything so there's kind of sledge. It's got a little something for the critics. So what do you do when your wife tragically slips into a coma by the way where it's a sad society we've crafted which is show titties. Minus ten points show Dick plus ten point. I'm finally that's our world. <hes> all right. What do you do when your wife tragically slips into a coma you said by her bedside you read to you say prayers cow that stupid you mope around Hawaii and Tommy Bahama and stave off greedy developers like Clooney does in two thousand eleven the descendants who saw this I did? I never got around to it but I've heard really good things. Sh I think it's sailing Woodley is the daughter. She's fantastic. The older daughter just Kinda pissed at the dad pissed at the mom. It's good it's a good movie seemed to remember. It got a lot of buzz. Maybe some Oscar something it was a little more to do about something wasn't much about nothing but it was like it was like a nice little film that I think people got into a little more than they I needed to but good and I think the critics probably like this return of Matthew Lillard yes scarring of Matthew Lillard is like the boyfriend or the might all right. Let's let's see all right. I I think I think this <hes> I think the critics like this. I want ninety three ninety. One Eighty five the descendants sentences certified fresh at eighty nine percent..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"So I've never seen forgetting Sarah Marshall again, and I liked it. I remember seeing this is a funny movie. And then I never saw it again. Now appetizer has his hands in a lot of anima K movies. But those have to be separate universes writing a ho so like step brothers anchorman. I think you put that under Adam McKay, whereas appetite we'd go knocked up forty year old virgin funny, people this is forty super bad. I don't even know forgetting Sarah Marshall up, and I love you, man. But what about the one get goodies role models, but role models should be within that? Appetite model role models tremendous. Oh my God. It's the only thing that they've we've found for chamois Liam Scott outside of stiffler really his only good role outside of the on the on the lethal weapon. Dude. Where's my car? Who was my car? That's true. Yeah. Oh, he was also in the goon in old school. You got to re can dart pacman good. Yeah. That was a tiny. All right. The no such thing as tiny rolls. The thing about appetite movies. Like, this is forty and funny. People those are depressing movies, but they're good movies. Funny. People was was like two different movies in one. I was disappointed in funny people. I liked it. I thought it was good. But then the little it's a. Spoiler alert. He's not really sick. Yeah. That's I wanted him to be didn't they get away in the trailer though. Did they I think maybe? Well, I just wanted him out in two thousand and nine we can talk about it. I wanted to be sick. I wanted it to be really darkened the president. Not like, oh, you just put it was darkened depressing without him being sick. No how I just thought it made it to light. Really? Oh, guys. I dunno. Relax. He's not really dialing. Oh, forgetting Sarah Marshall isn't. Oh, yes. So forgetting Sarah Marshall, I think collectively we number one. That's number one. We're willing to give her super bad. Yeah. Oh my God. I'm with them. Dude. I could not stop laughing the whole time to super bet. I I had to rewatch it again. And again, the all the jokes that I missed because I was laughing to our rights maids bridesmaids is up there to better than forgetting, Sarah Marshall. Okay. But I'm gonna go forgetting Sarah Marshall, forty year old virgin bridesmaids knocked up knocked up was amazing. Then I'm your for every movie, I'm gonna include. I love you man, then then role models, even though they're not true appetite movies. He'll up that gave us the line. You telling me that if doc Brown came down, the DeLorean, and she's like, I don't know what you're talking about Paul Rudd since where we're going. We won't need roads. Appall right. It's so damn charming and everything that he touched everything Antman. I thought they really didn't handle it. Right. Why? Because he wasn't like the most charming guy. Michael painting was yes, Mike opinion, was definitely funnier and more trauma Scholla's TI, by the way. But then in the second one, I've never noticed. Paul Paul Rudd needed comic relief. In that movie. Yeah. Did because he was just like I'm a I'm a single dad trying to get on the right path. And then the second the second atman they did a much better job of kind of like capturing the Paul Rudge in a Sekwa. Okay. Is they have a life feet up right now because I takeover happening today's global expansion initiative Dan in stugatz. Joining I take today at eleven AM eastern. Well, and I have a live feed in my studio. I saw the goat. I saw I saw getting ready saw the goat. We are just roughly an hour and ten minutes away. Have you guys ever seen him like at a at an NBA game? Not an none at an NBA game. I think at an NBA game from distance. I've been in the man's presence. He has a president. So I'm telling you, he he does this. I stole this from him. Like, you do this kind of strut around the court, and like all you do is users glad-hand, everybody, players coaches usher security people. And it's this. I it. It's definitely a very like I am here type of move and it demonstrates dominance over your enemies. What did I smell like? You can't smell them. You can't smell them. Which is me sent had. I'm a little disappointed. Maybe I'm just masking because I wear too much Cologne. Maybe I'm just.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"And it was like he's at the point where it's like he has moved him going. He's involved. That's great. There was a big Vanity Fair cover that was kind of like the app ital- era, and it featured his whole people. His way of doing things like the whole thing you're talking about where it's like, right? The drama will improv comedy like that at the everyone of these movies. So at the same time, he has his generation of people that were with on freaks geeks and undeclared all these things Jason Segel is in that we'd never really seen him in a movie, but he was in a roller. How I make your mother which was a really big movie. He was the drive this movie. It was a meal. Kuna some wasn't Christabel. He's hilarious in the some of the other appetite stuff. Like he plays basically himself in knocked up. He's really funny. Yes. So we and Seth Rogan's in there Joan a hill. And it just felt like there was this little group which Franko really wasn't in one of those first couple of movies right until pineapple express was later, but he was in fixing geeks. So one thing you had the appetizer. The second thing was a really really shrewd billboard campaign, and I never noticed the stuff ever. And I don't know if in LA, it's just more prevalent. But I don't remember the it was I. I hate you, Sarah Marshall or a hate Sarah Marshall website to. Yeah. And there was a website. But they're all these billboards that were going around town. It wasn't for the movie. It was just saying I hate ceremonial. It was like what is this? And almost seem like a like a slam page or something and not a movie, and it was just affective. It was like what is this? And then the third thing was the Dixon that. I mean that became part of the publicity for it was like this guy does full frontal in the first seat in every feel about that it drove a lot of awareness of the movie is like that dude from how I met your mother's like fucking naked in the first scene. I gotta say rewatching the movie I was quite fearful about having to talk about Jason Segel Nick with you. Joy to get it out of the way now or. Jesus eagles. Dick up for the Dion waiters word. We're gonna find out we're taking break back. Let's take.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"That's a really good one. That's a great one. I feel like we're missing one in some readers gonna tweeter is going to hit us is is wide. Shut break-up movie. Stay tuned to watch it. So it's a lot. Kunas after this became she's a really underrated. That's my take on Lister because I feel like she is. I mean, she's bad bombs movies made a shitload of money, and she in even in the position of those movies, which Christabel is in she's still positioned as the starving. I've Cristobal's pretty big star. I think she's probably disappoint. Like one of the most recognisable actresses in Hollywood. Even though you don't think that way, but between like being in Jim beam commercials that are on for fifteen hours every football Sunday. And then yeah. Being in in seventy show and being in bad moms in this like pretty much. Everybody knows who she is. I say this carefully. And I know it's could make Shana comfortable. Okay. So you're gonna stare at him first to make him feel even more now making contact with Bill for the rest of. The it's very small and select group of actresses that guys can really like a huh. And women are okay. With like, my wife likes me Likud nece. My wife, your immunity Yamaguchi Kristi Yamaguchi skating over thin ice right now. It's great. My wife really likes me kunas. In is like, I could be friends with me Likud nece same thing for Kristen bell. Everybody likes Kristen bell. I think it's very hard for somebody to pull that off. And conversely, I'm gonna bring it all the way around same thing with actors. It's very hard to find the actor who like women can have a crush on. But men are like, yeah. Like that guide befriends with this is that is the hardest. This algebraic question of stardom, isn't it? It's the hardest while the little circle to enter is that where everybody likes you. I'm a little bit reluctant to dive into ocean waters of conversation. I will say I think one of the things about Mila Kunis and Kristen bell. Is there with very funny actresses they are not self deprecating in the past when you would write. About this kind of. You would always talk about Jennifer, love Hewitt, and how my my wife hates Jennifer love, you it. Everybody's face. Germ? Can't I'm not going to paint with that broad brush. But. General is not funny. She seems person whatever is an actress meal kunas was very funny honest to sitcom for many years, she's totally at home with Russell brand Jason Segel Jona hill and Kristen bell who were all like big stars and comedy star. And that's part of the reason why I think people are there's a universality to her appeal. In addition to the fact that she's beautiful and she's a good actress and all the Christina Applegate, another one very similar. So that makes bad moms so funny because they put off three of those people in a movie together. It was like they really put time energy thought and ten Catherine highs highway Honda's approve or whether they write these seven actresses had the highest approval rating across the board. Let's put four of them to move. It's almost like Hollywood you do that more often. There's a reason that's a that's like a cliche woke thing to say. But is true is just put the best people in movies together. If they have chemistry that moves gonna work to be kunas have the right career. So I think she's actually done more big stuff than I was able to remember before I looked at her filmography like she is one of the co stars of Ted. That's one of the biggest comedies the last ten years. You know, she is. But I was saying she she's been I would say the most successful comedy. Actress said the last twelve years if you look at her body work. She did depends on how you feel about. Jennifer, Jennifer, Lawrence is acting. I think should too bad movies. I mean, too bad mom movies. She did. Ted which made a crazy amount of money should friends with benefits, which just did really. Well, and then she did date night forgetting, Sarah Marshall date night. Pretty good. That's pretty good. Pretty good in all those movies were successful just appeared in black swan. Yes, gonna ask..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Rewatchables

The Rewatchables

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Rewatchables

"Sad. Tissues are happy. Tissues forgetting, Sarah Marshall is coming up next, Peter as you know, I love you. He breaking up everywhere. I look I'm reminded of her. Why don't you wanna -cation Hawaii fucking tearaway in chillier state? Heater. What are you doing here? This spray. Phillies out here. Universal Pictures presents. Hey, Uruk rejoin us obvious. Forgetting Sarah Marshall, that's a great necklace list. Would you have that second ago? That's gross. All right. Chris Ryan is here. See here. We're talking about the two thousand eight classic forgetting Sarah Marshall, recommended by Craig the producer. Congrats the Craig. Do we blame him? Yeah. Anybody who's older than twenty five and you like where's my flesh pod? It's Craig's fault. At least tweeted Craig the most powerful member of the rewatch Ables team. But here's what happened. I made him watch Fletch anyway pretended that we're going to do today. Any watching really liked? He's new Fletch. Yes. A pretty good. We're definitely we're going to Fletch though. We'll deflect. Okay. But we wanna do this one just because he planted the seed I watched it again really enjoyed it. And I actually I'm gonna start here. You can make the case. This is age the best of any of the appetite comedies from the nineties are from the O's. I assume that this would be a big part of the conversation the app tovia era Stoler as like the almost not the better appetite. But the kind of he's like perfected a certain formula. Yeah. Yeah. So do you agree or disagree, which one is age the best out of all of those? Well, it's an interesting conceit for this specific by gas because I think that five you're gay. Men forgetting Sarah Marshall, which both of which have flaws and everything. But like when they're on TV. I'm just kind of like, yeah. I kind of liked this movie a lot I forgot this guy's in. I forgot this this part happens. Whereas with knocked up super bad, I feel like I those are just like kind of ingrained in my mind the way like any eighties comedy would be sort of like one of the classics. I've grown up with like, I don't know that I can watch docked up again, I've seen it so many times, but I continue to find these really surprising and thoughtful interesting, I have a bigger relationship to super bad too. I this is a really good movie, though, it's it's really coherent. And a lot of ways it's not it's not just like a sticky comedy. It's trying to say something, which is seems kind of silly given what's happening inside the movie in the setting and everything, but it has has like a little bit of heart..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

02:48 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"You guys will die. I swear you a love the original movie forgetting, Sarah Marshall. No, no. Yeah. Yeah. Well, Jason Segel. I saw them up. It's a long time, the Muppets take Manhattan. Well, those original good one as you originally trilogy. The muppet movie, of course, with the rainbow connection, and then the great muppet caper, a workable sequel, and then of the Muppets take Manhattan, I'm looking forward to watching the happy time murders. That's just come out and on demand, not in the family, not acceptable. By the way, you to purser showing me the trailers for that movie a year ago, you ha ha puppets. They're having sex. All these things the movie came out. I think it got any stars on revolting one of the worst movies ever. Not even to the point where I think either one of you would go see what in the theater because right now, it's only to buy on my on-demand. You bet your ass. The second comes up for rent. You you put out in one thousand nine hundred and you really show that you believe in John. I do believe in it any time. There's a there's a muppet finishing all over the place. I'm intrigued. Oh. That's the I am. I am. I am up. That was Jason Segel singing that song. Oh, yeah. Dude. Oh, guys got pipes. Not alive. Who are you? Kevin kevin. What's up, buddy? Do you? Remember when I came on when they were on Saturday Night Live. Before Sesame Street. They have scripted. And I think they like guy got high off a craters or something like that much more adult themes. I don't think that was before Sesame Street, sir. I would have to correct you. It was before the muppet show reach prime time. But I I believe that was post Sesame Street hosted. Okay. Well, you probably know better than quite. Yeah. I remember it was just like they had Jim Henson on. I'm like, oh, yeah. I remember this guy. Yeah. The guy's a genius, man. He was taking soon. And I believe it was pneumonia that got him if I'm not mistaken, ammonia Vall. Thanks, rob. Yeah. Yeah. The Sesame Street premiered on November tenth nineteen sixty nine. When I was about five months old Saturday Night Live wasn't even heard of yet. So that early. Was indeed, sir. We've all learned something today. A weird people. Call us every day and be Sesame Street debuted in nineteen sixty-nine to live. Hey. No sound like Angelo. But I don't think it is. Yes, you're on, sir. Oh, hey, no, not Angelo. Also, no screener. I can't have you desecrating SpongeBob. How would you not played the bubble bowl? Well, you pay tribute in your own way, sir. We'll pay tribute and RS and you'll keep consuming our product. How about that? You got me there. Also, you don't mind I'd like to say seasons one through three and.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Now, we just have to. We're you've done your so prolific, you know, with everything that you've been produced from TV and movies, and so many good things. And I don't know how long ago was that you have a penis remember in every movie immature involved because you like movies that are uplifting and hopeful, and you know, I like to have you kept that promise. You know, I I'm very well. You did. But then people started copying me. And I thought now getting hacking generic even probably gonna. Now with now, it's boring. When no one was doing it. I thought it was a very very feminist statement. Just to say why are never never naked. And I remember we've seen forgetting Sarah Marshall, and it was just like. So we're late finally. We finally we were getting some male nudity in the movie walk hard. And then we'd better than pop. Uh-huh. We were very committed to this. You were you know, so. I felt like my work is done in that area. I have a question for you. Do you have a favorite like favorite movie? Like, what one was just your absolute favorite to work. A lot of them have been a lot of fun. I really enjoyed making locked up because it was good opportunity to put all of my favorite people in movies. So a lot of young actors that I had worked with a little bit on TV by all felt like deserved to be movie stars. And at the time they weren't. So.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

"People think you. Should be charging thousands of dollars jar. I see. You're right. You could like, do you know guest favors there's probably a lot more lot more money in hot sauce that I'm just not figuring out how to make, but that's a great idea. You all starts. Well, this has been so fun listening to the three view. I've learned so much today, but sadly, we have to move onto our desert course where we each go around the table and share something beverage related that we have been enjoying this week. I am sorry to bring in a competitor's work, but actually now that I know that it's kind of controversial too. Can a fermented product. I don't know what you guys think about this, but my friend Vivian Lee is Korean and she makes his delicious Kimchi's. This is just plain kimchi, but she makes a watermelon one like a prickly pear hickama one. So if anyone is lazy like me and can't make their own Kim and can't preserve their foods because they just don't have that skill set checkout Vivian Lee, Kim g her Kimchi's great. And canning fermented foods is okay. It just won't have the good friendly bacteria, salty spine. It's a great snack because she doesn't make to Spacey's. So you can just be like I'm hungry for something. I don't know what it is and just stick your fork in the jars or walking by the fridge and good stuff. So that's my desert today. Sarah Marshall. Did you bring a dessert item young? I think I would just like mind to be inspiration for people to find whatever it is they love for us. It's preserving and canning, but and just keep it alive. So do whatever you can. To preserve the things that you really care about and keep him around for the next generations. I love that Sarah bird you bring something to share. I did, and this is going to sound crazy, but I am an avid consumer of of media. I love music used to pop music critic. I love listening to podcasts stories and magazines.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

04:50 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

"Making bad decisions about your own health and safety, maybe you can make your own conclusions and then compare them to other people's and just enjoy the process. That was one of the best things of being very under supervised child in Portland, Oregon is discover. On my own, how to forage up trees. And I found out that, oh, Hawthorn berries are not that interesting or Uber the Aero's, which are it turns out the only non deadly part of the plan. Yes, are actually delicious? Yeah, don't eat the seeds. Don't eat the seats, but the the errol's and they're the arrows there. The fleshy coating that are detached from the c. almost like a little Cup shaped fruits that surrounds the seed. But so yeah, you can pop them in your mouth and just spit out the seed. Please. Please. I mean, you is so toxic kills cancer cells mean it's used in cancer fighting medication. This is this is the conifer y e w w against? Okay. Well, as long as we're talking about experimentation, we, we need to move on to our third course. And as I was preparing for this episode, I just got really curious as to who I developed the art of preserving in the art of canning. It's no actually the science. So Heather Anderson, you're, you're a food historian. I was hoping you could give us the backstory on Schorr how this came about. Well, you know, humans have preserved foods as long as they've hunted and gathered him smoke is the oldest food preserving. Elements and people have always put foods into crocs to store them long term. Usually salt was used as a preserving agent rather than you know, heat necessarily and an airtight environment. I'm so people have always set foods aside for later leaner times for the winter using crocks and whatnot. But it was after the French revolution, Napoleon put out the that he wanted to find a way to save foods so that he could safely get them out two armies later. And he offered twelve thousand francs as the prize for whoever could come up with this method. And it took a couple years, but a man named Nicolas a pair came up with a way to seal food in, I think, wine bottles, basically with a cork and wax. And so he won the prize. He still ended up dying in desk was destitute, died on your eye. Died from something. He. No Louis pasture. So yeah, these two French experimenters they Louis pasture was the one to truly like put two and two together that it was the heat that was killing the germs and preventing the swelling in cans or jars. And he is for whom pasteurization is named. But it was a little bit later Mason in the eighteen fifties. So about other what was happening earlier the eighteen fifties. This is about forty years after a pair and pasture. He was the one who came up with this idea of jar with the zinc and he's, we think of Mason jars. He's the guy. That was happening for a while and then the turn of the twentieth century and the early nineteen hundreds and late eighteen hundreds. We have a man named Alexander care who opened the hermetic sealing jar company, I think is what is called in Portland, Oregon. And so the jars that we think of today, the glass jar with a two piece lid the metal like ring in the metal cap that was invented by Portland, man, and that the courage, our company was running Portland, Oregon for a long time. So home canning was kind of a new idea. People who were doing mostly canning where it was commercial cantors. The metal can was created around that era. But then in the early twentieth century around World War One, that's when the US government's heard really promoting home canning for women to not just help soldiers on the front lines, put up all this fruit that was coming out of the field to send to soldiers, but also just to do their bit to. Use the amount of food being taken away from soldiers because that was the top priority was keeping the boys at war, well-fed and healthy. So they could go fight those Krauts. That was very important. Yes. Can we make a pun here about sauerkraut and. I don't think this hour crowd should be cans. I love. I love the idea though. This is Sarah ever about how canning and for mending are complete opposites as far as how they go about preserving food. This is not a point I arrived. I read this one of sand..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

04:08 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

"Them being tainted with with chemicals. A lot of roadside foraging is not a great idea sports with my eyes because I like seeing things like a scavenger hunt like I saw that, but you want to stay away from things that may be exposed to pesticides herbicides. And that's know. Oftentimes there's a vector control where they spray things on the side of the highway. So that's that's bad for actual foraging. But if you wanna stay alive because you don't have access to food, I would say Himalayan black marriage, just go for it and they're all full pickers. So that'll maybe keep away the Dombi. If you're deep in the thicket must they stop diarrhea, which if you're out drinking pond water, 'cause you're off the grid, you can get diseases like cholera and other diseases that cause gastrointestinal distress. But if you've ever stuck in the woods and you have a bad case of the pimps getter eat as many blackberries as you can, and it helps to slow things down a little bit could tip. Thank you. I hope to never have to use. If you have access to sugar cerebral. Once again, you can go gin for organ grapes, which is called Mahonia. They are terrible to eat out of hand. I think they're CD our, yeah, they're sour. So that plant that you see used in landscaping and it is need is a native plant. But you see it using landscaping, it's got pricky, Holly type leaves state flower of Oregon. When they when they bloom, they're the little yellow flowers, and they're very, very sweet is I always call it Oregon grape just out of sentimentalities what it is. It is what? Yes. Yes, Oregon grape called Oregon. Great. Because the berries are like these little great purply shape things you can go and get them now, but I think they're better later in the summer and they make an awesome. Awesome. Champs era Marshall. Have you ever done anything with these? I haven't. I see him around. I know people like them, but I just, I don't know. I like to get a lot out of whatever I'm producing the route that's not. Yeah, ribs of Oregon grape are also medicinal. They're good liver Tomek. So again, if you're like sick in the woods and you're like, you know, having a bad time running from psalm b.'s you can dig up. I mean, they're kind of a pain today, but you can make a yellow dye out of the roots as well. Yeah, it's a, it's a very multipurpose plant, so it's great for landscaping. It's easy to run across and easy to find the berries. It's kind of fun to pick the berries despite the pickers and it makes an awesome jam. But. Kind of not that practical. It's one of those things you'd be like. I did this. I recently tried that with dandelion jam. I like saw recipe are I never more lawn. So it's like just lots of yellow flowers. So I had my family out there harvesting all of them, and we made this jam jelly actually because it's just straight it out. It's just like sugar and the pedals, and it was so bad. Is you know how dandelions like smell kind of weird. Dog p kind of like dog p and we washed them and everything. So it wasn't actual dog pee. But that's what it seemed like for sure is super bidder like dandelion greens are. That's what it tasted like as jelly, which was one time thing I did it. I was like, oh, now I know you can do this. I'm gonna tell everyone they should never do it. And as soon as I did that, people like messaged me and we're like, I make it all the time and I love it. My family loves great basin. What people like this is Sarah and I, I can, but I do it. I'm like a masochistic Kanner. So I do these creek canning projects or like way too much work. And then it got a tiny yield. Like, what did I do this again? So I'll keep on doing that. But I do draw the line at just as Terek jams, jellies, AB, no purpose. And sometimes you don't know until you make it, but just because you can make jam or jelly something doesn't mean you. Have to. And I really emphasize that with any fortune greediest because if you Google a recipe for XYZ thing like act jam, which heck, come from the hack berry tree..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

The Four Top

04:18 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on The Four Top

"The number one hit. So check yourself before you wreck yourself because I'm bad for your health, not. So anyway, shut it down and went off on her and then, but I wouldn't can't fight. Come at me on my own food blog. But yeah, she was surprised and didn't know because she was still going off the guidelines, the guidelines updated all the time. And that's the other thing that's changed is that we didn't used to be able to buy peach readers like when even when I first started the business, so I have to test the peach of all of my sauces. I would take them to a food lab and do it because the patriots were like fifteen hundred dollars or something for just like the basic one. They of course, had way more expensive ones. But now it's really because of the wheat industry. They have to test the peach of the soil. So they have these food grade patriots that you can buy for fifty dollars. Now you didn't used to be able to do that. And so you can really check all your own food before you give. It can't just use the litmus paper that comes in your hot tub. It's not. Wait. This is fascinating that the marijuana industry got cantors a lot of people keep their weed in jars to. So that's good into stall. Can you can marijuana? I don't know. Pressure can pot butter, but the heat might destroy some of the. This is an area, I guess we could. We could you can pressure. Can anything question is, do you want to do. Well, maybe we should move on to our next topic when the botulism outbreak causes zombie apocalypse. I don't know if that's actually scientifically possible. I want to know what is it? What is what is out there that we can eat. That's like right under our noses that we don't realize edible in cannibal and delicious. Sarah, your new book is called the fruit forager's companion, and I would love to hear about some of them are curious, fruits and in produce out there that we can eat sure. And I love that you're asking me this question because I'm actually the worst person to answer forging dilettante. So I go out there and I I, for the experience and everything that I actually bring home with me that's physical is is secondary. And I also so oftentimes have very small halls and there. I don't want to say they're for novelty, but for instance, Samak is something that I forged four. And that's not quite ready where I live in Ohio yet, and it won't be ready here probably until September August. But I think soon back as a spice is a spice. Sarah Marshall. Do you have back here in your kitchen bags of it? Yes, but I don't forage it myself. Yes, SU, MAC is a berry that grows on the tree. It is a different tree from poison SU, MAC, that's why poison. Sue called poisons. MAC, poisonous in SU, MAC is not voices. The carrot family to. Right. Whereas Suma the tree is in a totally different plant family? Yes, correct. Correct. Puts poison Sumatgra swamps and it has white berries believe it gives you a rash. Yes, white flowers to just like a big carrot plant. Yes. You're, you're probably not likely to run across it. You're much more likely to run across the pretty desirable SU, MAC, which has bright red berries, and where I live UC's staghorn MAC more often that kind of has these flocked felty berries. Droops actually is what they are and it looks like a flame like the flower that comes up. It's like velvety flame. In fact, I've seen staghorn Suma growing here in Portland, but it's people grow them as ornamental often in their yards because they're gorgeous trees. I would not forage for that Suma because you'd be a jerk. Just cutting down there, lovely ornamental tree, but the the berries stay on there for for months and months and months. So what you wanna do is when you see one just Google photo and also I love the USDA plants database that is very handy. Tells you what's native, what's not native and where you can find it in America or Canada. So I think all the time and this is online, you can just Google..

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on Around the NFL

Around the NFL

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on Around the NFL

"Well produced no your draft stock is falling to king the team did you crash out that weaned came kindi lisi's your last chance to improve your self don't fall once more does that off up run forgetting sarah marshall spin a few years but it holds up the second visit is yeah keeper it's probably the favorite thing i've ever done in my career it again a little bit of distance all right so so much get we're going to do oh yeah that's what i was talking about trust who do you still trust as we look back in twenty seventeen spin forward into twenty eighteen so we'll go around the horn and talk about that but before we get to that and of course before we get to fortnight let us do some news hey this smart sessile reporting from the streets of los angeles where i am currently engaged on a lengthy staycationing here's what i had shaved this week literally nothing into his voice by the way sounds like wild man rare for tim posi get that or was that pulled off some i yeah i texted you gotta send me something marks stay case in his latest occasion i don't know if you know the steve mark takes a week where he disappears within los angeles from his family from his friends from everyone and you'll get an occasional more than occasional text dispatches maybe an instagram photo or tweet castigating the entire social media industry this has been particularly interesting mark settler staycationing you could hear it in his voice that he's been on an adventure it's been wild for him if that's wild reports it feels like a mixture of crime newark detective and hunter s thompson he's out with frank signity.

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"sarah marshall" Discussed on KFC Radio

KFC Radio

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"sarah marshall" Discussed on KFC Radio

"Oh yeah she so what i was giggling out was just my game at five in the morning to a stripper it was not good well that's not fair because stripper is probably almost stone cold selves saints of it and like and she knows your black dowd she might be dabbling but she's you know for the most part she's gotta be with it so she's probably she's actually probably used to that you know like okay this is a dumb drunk white boy would you say to her so i said it's john wanted to save your number before definitely loses paper she the smiley face 'cause i'm on one percent but definitely text me later i want to see you again with like the blushing smiley face i respond what percent should be an action movie what the fuck that versa absolutely no response to that one percent in quotes no she didn't respond she said would strike fear in the name of sheesh the name alone would strike fear and everyone under thirty five the worst one percent and worlds where the battery is dying this is one percent what an action movie i think that's like the movie in forgetting sarah marshall that they mocked for terrible about no it's a deeper meaning about our science societies connection to cell phone beer peter churn and if you're listening to make this movie brought one percent so i think of what i don't know what the what was.

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