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Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:57 min | 5 months ago

Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

"Well now we know what Mike Pence looks like wearing a mask here. He is yesterday in Dallas where he chose to wear a mask while a choir over one hundred singers was doing the single most dangerous thing they could possibly do. Group singing is one of the most dangerous activities you can possibly engage in now. Seeming like that sends many more potentially infectious corona virus droplets into the air than almost anything else. You can do with your voice. So this is yet another event where Donald Trump or mike pence has endangered the lives of people for a campaign photo op. The day after Mike Pence was in town. Texas today report it will tech the state of Texas. Reported a new record for Corona virus hospitalizations with. Five thousand, nine hundred thirteen today, Dallas County reported its highest number of new cases of Corona virus with five seventy two day after Mike Pence's visit. Journey are excursion now Texas Democratic Congressman Calling, allred who represents part of Dallas, also with us is Dr. Gupta Global Health Policy expert and affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington medical, center. He's also MSNBC medical contributor. Cars when all read a your reaction to Mike Pence. Coming the Texas yesterday finally wearing a mask, but doing it in a room where you have this huge choir doing exactly what they shouldn't be doing. Well thank. You Lawrence for having me on. You know anybody from this administration. WHO's willing to help out? With this crisis going through in Dallas, Texas is welcome to come I. Just wish they would do it in a way. That was safe and they didn't endanger north. Texas and didn't put our frontline healthcare workers who are trying so hard and we're making so many sacrifices at risk of this gathering indoors with folks thinking as he sat with only about half the people in the crowd were wearing masks is extremely dangerous kind of setting that we've been encouraging folks not to engage in and wasn't helpful. And a cars! Do you believe that Texas has to go in reverse on some of the ways it has reopened. Well. We reopened too soon, and that's not my opinion, not the opinion of the public health experts both here in Texas and the advice that has been given across the country for what you need to see before you reopen. And so now we are seeing predictable outcome of those decisions with record cases, record hospitalizations, and yes, we're GONNA. Take steps to protect our people and I. Am glad that the governor has closed the bars and the mother studying that were leading. Some of these side spikes but we're GONNA have to take probably more drastic steps. We have widespread community spread of this virus right now it is uncontrolled. It north Texas in across our state.

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Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:57 min | 5 months ago

Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

"Well now we know what Mike Pence looks like wearing a mask here. He is yesterday in Dallas where he chose to wear a mask while a choir over one hundred singers was doing the single most dangerous thing they could possibly do. Group singing is one of the most dangerous activities you can possibly engage in now. Seeming like that sends many more potentially infectious corona virus droplets into the air than almost anything else. You can do with your voice. So this is yet another event where Donald Trump or mike pence has endangered the lives of people for a campaign photo op. The day after Mike Pence was in town. Texas today report it will tech the state of Texas. Reported a new record for Corona virus hospitalizations with. Five thousand, nine hundred thirteen today, Dallas County reported its highest number of new cases of Corona virus with five seventy two day after Mike Pence's visit. Journey are excursion now Texas Democratic Congressman Calling, allred who represents part of Dallas, also with us is Dr. Gupta Global Health Policy expert and affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington medical, center. He's also MSNBC medical contributor. Cars when all read a your reaction to Mike Pence. Coming the Texas yesterday finally wearing a mask, but doing it in a room where you have this huge choir doing exactly what they shouldn't be doing. Well thank. You Lawrence for having me on. You know anybody from this administration. WHO's willing to help out? With this crisis going through in Dallas, Texas is welcome to come I. Just wish they would do it in a way. That was safe and they didn't endanger north. Texas and didn't put our frontline healthcare workers who are trying so hard and we're making so many sacrifices at risk of this gathering indoors with folks thinking as he sat with only about half the people in the crowd were wearing masks is extremely dangerous kind of setting that we've been encouraging folks not to engage in and wasn't helpful. And a cars! Do you believe that Texas has to go in reverse on some of the ways it has reopened. Well. We reopened too soon, and that's not my opinion, not the opinion of the public health experts both here in Texas and the advice that has been given across the country for what you need to see before you reopen. And so now we are seeing predictable outcome of those decisions with record cases, record hospitalizations, and yes, we're GONNA. Take steps to protect our people and I. Am glad that the governor has closed the bars and the mother studying that were leading. Some of these side spikes but we're GONNA have to take probably more drastic steps. We have widespread community spread of this virus right now it is uncontrolled. It north Texas in across our state.

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Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell

02:57 min | 5 months ago

Choir of more than 100 people perform without masks at Pence event

"Well now we know what Mike Pence looks like wearing a mask here. He is yesterday in Dallas where he chose to wear a mask while a choir over one hundred singers was doing the single most dangerous thing they could possibly do. Group singing is one of the most dangerous activities you can possibly engage in now. Seeming like that sends many more potentially infectious corona virus droplets into the air than almost anything else. You can do with your voice. So this is yet another event where Donald Trump or mike pence has endangered the lives of people for a campaign photo op. The day after Mike Pence was in town. Texas today report it will tech the state of Texas. Reported a new record for Corona virus hospitalizations with. Five thousand, nine hundred thirteen today, Dallas County reported its highest number of new cases of Corona virus with five seventy two day after Mike Pence's visit. Journey are excursion now Texas Democratic Congressman Calling, allred who represents part of Dallas, also with us is Dr. Gupta Global Health Policy expert and affiliate Assistant Professor at the University of Washington medical, center. He's also MSNBC medical contributor. Cars when all read a your reaction to Mike Pence. Coming the Texas yesterday finally wearing a mask, but doing it in a room where you have this huge choir doing exactly what they shouldn't be doing. Well thank. You Lawrence for having me on. You know anybody from this administration. WHO's willing to help out? With this crisis going through in Dallas, Texas is welcome to come I. Just wish they would do it in a way. That was safe and they didn't endanger north. Texas and didn't put our frontline healthcare workers who are trying so hard and we're making so many sacrifices at risk of this gathering indoors with folks thinking as he sat with only about half the people in the crowd were wearing masks is extremely dangerous kind of setting that we've been encouraging folks not to engage in and wasn't helpful. And a cars! Do you believe that Texas has to go in reverse on some of the ways it has reopened. Well. We reopened too soon, and that's not my opinion, not the opinion of the public health experts both here in Texas and the advice that has been given across the country for what you need to see before you reopen. And so now we are seeing predictable outcome of those decisions with record cases, record hospitalizations, and yes, we're GONNA. Take steps to protect our people and I. Am glad that the governor has closed the bars and the mother studying that were leading. Some of these side spikes but we're GONNA have to take probably more drastic steps. We have widespread community spread of this virus right now it is uncontrolled. It north Texas in across our state.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

12:22 min | 7 months ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"This was a little bomb disposal Byton these people are corrupt the whole thing was corrupt and we caught them did you see any direct evidence of collusion between general Flynn or any trump campaign official with the Russians so what did you know about those moves to investigate Michael Flynn and was there anything improper dot I knew nothing about those moves to investigate Michael Flynn it is one hundred seventy two days good Kohl's co from order to order to shine the it's Friday thanks Scott Shannon glad we made it eight hundred nine four one Sean you want to be a part of this extraordinary gains of what a week this is bad a couple weeks now on the issue involving general Flynn and record now the classifying all these Obama officials let's see why would Samantha power be unmasking anybody forty eight separate I'm masking some general Flynn but no no this is all legitimate the mob the media lie I mean it's unbuilt a magic of this will being done to Barack Obama by the bush administration when he was coming in in two thousand and nine imagine for the outrage by the media if a what was happening through them then of course pied in the day before it's revealed that eight days before he leaves office as vice president that he didn't know anything about the Flynn case only to find out be on mass general Flynn himself that we got Brandon that we got clapper that we got Samantha power that we got the treasury secretary that we got Dennis make Donna the chief of staff of then president Obama on the very day they had the big meeting that shocked Sally aids that she said she was shocked and that meeting when she was held back with super patriot Jim call me about the details of general Flynn's calls that probably somebody had to tell him was a call me call me says its clapper clapper says it wasn't him okay Lindsey Graham begins June third his hearings and you got the Grassley committee Ron Johnson they're doing their job and finally now this this entire Obama gate scandal is now beginning to crumble before their eyes which means that anybody that dares tell the truth is that you're a big target you know what impact this is going to have for the twenty twenty race it's probably too early to tell the but Lindsey Graham did say he will subpoena these officials in the Obama administration and testify and call me in clapper and Brennan I want to see how they're gonna be held accountable I'm and who knew what and when did they know it the simple question not that difficult not that hard the president today rightly demanding where are the original three oh two is one of the biggest discoveries that nobody's paying attention to here because we've been trying to get the original three oh to the original interview with general Flynn that happened after the ambush January twenty fourth our meeting if you well and the White House which member of that was when the the very meeting the general Flynn said although I tried to adapt to the associate deputy director or deputy director of the F. B. I. McKay be said do I need a lawyer now this is the meeting January twenty fourth where colleagues brag and I sent them in we sent the men and this is the meeting where well what sorry what's our goal here is it to get an admission is our goal to get him to commit perjury so we can prosecute him or get him fired is this part of the insurance plan is this well the White House wants to be informed every step of the way but we did get a small glimpse into the original three oh two and that we now know the general Flynn when questioned about the call with the soon to be Russian counterpart kills liak that is answer was very clear that he remembers the call he didn't remember the substance of the call in terms of whether or not they did or did not discuss sanctions is I just don't remember that part of it which made me in that he's saying I just don't recall which is not a reason to say that you lied which is probably why struck in some other FBI agent when interviewing Flynn said they didn't think he was being deceptive or dishonest we do know the inspector general thought that McCabe and call me both were lying nothing's happened to them same thing that guys like manner for Cologne let's see Roger stone Papadopoulos all got charged with anyway so the president said late last night about the fate of the F. B. I.'s original three oh two on Michael Flynn that officials say vanished after the general Flynn met with these agents in January January twenty fourth the twenty seventeen where where's the three oh two the president tweets out it's missing was it stolen or was it destroyed general Flynn is being persecuted Devin newness member ranking member house Intel committee he's the one that told us the truth in the newness memo just like we got the truth in the Grassley Graham memo we didn't get the truth now we know the exact dates that all these Obama officials are testifying before the house intelligence committee we know that they were all telling Adam Schiff the corrupt compromise congenital liar they were telling him that they didn't know about any trump Russia collusion which is in keeping with what we know that Lisa paid said that they didn't find anything in nine months or the Peter struck said there's no there there but they kept going anyway so where is it the good question newness is also saying and I told people at the highest levels of the FBI and the DOJ what are you doing here we have on the record from the highest level people that general Flynn didn't lie to the FBI but that original three until vanish gone proof we can't find it now as it relates to the unmasking side of all of this will now we're beginning to find out that we may discover that members of the trump family war on mast well are they going to dismiss that is lion Brian Williams over it MST and see the conspiracy TV state run social as television channels you're going to now stand up to the constitution the rule of all law the bill of rights Fourth Amendment against unreasonable search and seizure because you need a warrant to spy on Americans that's why the powerful tools of intelligence what I've been saying for three plus years can't be turned on the American people because that's where the abuse of power corruption comes ahead and this case they spied on a presidential candidate and they use that as a predicate a bought and paid for Russian disinformation dossier that Hillary Clinton paid for that Christopher Steele made up and that everybody was warned about before the first a FISA application was ever submitted that and remember McCabe said in his testimony just released last week he's a dead without the dossier there's no absolutely no warrant and then we know January twenty first this is before the third application the second renewal application we know James Comey signed the first three and rod Rosenstein the forest we know that the sub source for Christopher Steele said none of what Christopher Steele is saying is true or not that we even needed that because at some point Christopher Steele himself in an interrogatory Great Britain said he has no idea if any of it's true but the F. B. I. knew it was unverifiable but they signed a document saying that was verified all that you wanted and now with the press now we bring this right into the office of Barack Obama with the ever forgetful Joe Biden in the Roman it ever shock Sally Yates with Jim call me with a bomb on knowing it at a gala G. he knew every part of the plea of masking of general Flynn and the phone calls that Flynn had that was unmasked well that means he needs to now answer the questions here so who leaked all of those to the Washington post you know for example this guy made a big nations I was the same day the Joe Biden are we know in this case the Joe Biden was out there unmasking general Flynn there are a lot of leaks in all of this there were leaks a part of the dirty dossier before the election anyway that would be let's see David corn and Michael is a cough to hacks that are conspiracy theorists that forty nine requests were made by dozens of Obama officials during the period again from November twenty sixteen through January twenty seventeen forty nine request one mask one man and then they were ready to close out the case January fourth until Peter structure no no don't close it now we know why and then the meeting happened on on January fifth in the oval office Hey way Biden sits at the top of the list of senior officials that on mass general Flynn he needs to be as what he knew and when he knew what we need to ask Obama what he knew and when he knew it we need to ask clapper and Brennan and call me all right which of you three are lying may be option C. will be or option D. would be all the above let's find out you look at the list of the classified our names are they came out this week Barack Obama's in there he said behind senior staff but again the testimony is Sally aids brings that to life why would Dennis make done on that important day of January fifth why would he is chief of staff of Obama be unmasking general Flynn on whose behest was he doing that he wasn't doing it himself why would Samantha power ever on mask anybody but she on mast general Flynn seven times in this time period and you look at the former White House official Obama's request from masking is likely took a different route Mike Dempsey is on the list of un masters the deputy intelligence sector deputy director of national intelligence Lee Smith at a great piece in the New York Post about all of this today and it raises the question as it relates to the presidential daily briefing which is highly classified and produced by the day and night and gets input from other Intel agencies this is how Obama would have made his unmasking requests the source said he's shown a summary of a report plans case would have been would have said something like senior transition official they're all trying to spin this as if it's normal there's nothing normal about this as evidenced by the nearly three hundred percent increase are in this final year of un masking is in a lot of it trump people especially general Flynn but now we have Tracy Gowdy and Devin newness on record saying yeah I was probably the family to you know Schumer is out there just you know just like you all all terrorists not credible but I believe it's twelve phony hypocrite it is the greatest political crime in the history of this country the biggest abuse of power corruption scandal ever you know and we've got to get to the bottom of it because we don't get to the bottom of it I'm telling you right now that is going to be a disaster for this country you might as well shred the constitution the judge in this case I mean we have the worst judges you got the judge that was in the mana fort in Rajasthan Amy Berman Jackson she is the one that leaks out to the mob in the media all my private text messages thanks a lot I thought I had a right to privacy I don't see any liberals Democrats mob people are protecting my civil liberty and privacy while I would protect theirs but then they have okay well we have the head juror in the stone case well.

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International Space Station crew lands safely in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days in space

Wayne Cabot and Paul Murnane

00:24 sec | 8 months ago

International Space Station crew lands safely in Kazakhstan after more than 200 days in space

"To American astronauts and a Russian cosmonaut her back on her and now out of the capsule NASA astronaut Jessica Meir having returned from two hundred and five days in space her first mission aboard the international space station and her crew mate Andrew Morgan was there for two hundred seventy two days they're landing in Kazakhstan early this morning came on the fiftieth anniversary of Apollo thirteen safe return from its aborted moon

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"seventy two days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:53 min | 9 months ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"My talking to seven one dot com Jason Matheson called body hello hello to all of you on this Friday the thirteenth again the irony is not lost on us you know seven oh six raise your glass take a sip of your beverage and let's begin the show everyone starts cheers a client how are you feeling now Alexis and I did on the six o'clock cut you know low on hell's getting supplies how are you how are you feeling down I'm fine I yesterday I was feeling a little weirder you know I'll just say that about the state of the world I think it all changed over night yeah the last not last night the night before and so all right now I do talk to a therapist once a week and I was talking to her about how I just was so concerned about everyone's panic like that's what worries me more than the actual virus it's that people are panicking and just I feel like I just worry about the people that are deciding whether or not they can buy diapers this week or food and you know and then they see all these other people stocking up and it makes me just worry for them that when they get sick they're not gonna have anything and I just don't like that at all and so that's when I talked to her a lot about yesterday sometimes I think about the big picture too must freaked out and then I counted all my food and I was like alright I have seventy two days worth of food I'm like I have to stop I gotta stop you know yeah also sees me yeah I love that you counted seventy two days of food and money to go around I have a girl but then I have to just go it's okay everything's okay yeah like console everything's fine here are you still here how are you today Hey everything's everything's fine don't don't don't don't worry about it perfectly fine we're all fine here thank you yeah are you she talks to you obviously she's a therapist so she sees all kinds of patients that have different myriad of issues and that they talked to her about it she said this is what's happening with everyone don't feel strange she's like really trying to calm down a lot of people you know so okay how are you doing better this morning than I was this afternoon I was you know this afternoon already I mean I mean yesterday afternoon I was kind of like just feeling like what what do I do just sit around here and wait for this to hit me wait to get sick you know what's going on here and then I stumbled on a thread on Twitter that made me feel way worse lady and you guys probably saw this it's gone viral a lady was walking into a grocery store in a small people sitting in a car flag her down and evidently they had been sitting there for an hour or an hour and a half trying to get somebody's attention all they are scared to go in because they're scared for their lives because they are susceptible to this M. they talk this girl into buying groceries and supplies for them she they gave her a hundred dollar bill and a she went in there and spend you know ninety six dollars of it and then that got me to thinking about all of our parents and our grandparents and should I go see my mom this weekend or should I say stay out of their Shia my already carrying this virus what happens to her you know what happens to all of our grandparents and boy then I really got low so I had to start listening to the blues and country music and then of course that brought me back up to the blues music makes me feel better okay well there's that yeah that's that's a real fear for sure you want to be the Kerrier monkey yeah or if you have those who are more susceptible yeah I talked to another friend whose kid was going to go to some water park or something and then go visit her grandparents and they canceled the water park trip because they didn't want her the kid who's probably pretty safe from what we're seeing Jack up the virus and bring it home to grandma and grandpa yeah you know this is a this is the real deal yeah I'm not you know when talking about this coming weekend I have a trip planned to see my mom but you know I'm I'm reconsidering all of that because my mom though younger my mom is just at that age my mom sixty five and and she's already you know she's battling a cold right now so I'm you know I was going to go see your rather soon but I know why I'm I'm I'm gonna wait because I am I'm thinking about my mom who yourself thing I I don't want to bring anything in in into her house because you know just a few days ago I had a studio audience full of people you know but I I come in every day I mean I would I would I'm coming into contact with hundreds of people so now we do not have a studio audience I should bring that back up again again no audience for the chase and show for the foreseeable future but but yeah so I I called my mom and I said I love you and because I love ya we're gonna postpone everything so talking on the phone we will be we'll be facetiming we we don't we don't have to worry about spreading germs on face time so let me ask you how was how was the morale in the attitude among the management types at the FO X. yesterday could you get a read on how everybody's feeling they're all you know but I a good I mean there are you know we've had meetings upon meetings upon meetings and they've had the corporate meetings and they've had conference video you know video conferences and the company is very prepared I mean we have kudos to them kudos or boss this year you know don brought the sepi yesterday I make fun of her every day of my life but it would be our third she's been working her **** off OS has Dan yeah and all the management Daniels Daniels is on it she's on a girl who's on it she was on it when people were still kind of poo poo on it right does to be I and I mean this kudos to aim she took it seriously when people were still gone all with you now does take just take a lozenge you know what Amy was on it like Donkey Kong and so we love you be thank you for keeping now keep in a safe but yeah over here no the FLX girl we had we had a hand sanitizer stations brought in like two weeks ago so every while every like five feet you see a hand sanitizing station it's like Disney world it really is so no they're they're they're calm prepared but you know I in this is I'm gonna slip in a compliments last female run business girl we have this is a top to bottom female run station and go ladies because they are they are cared no I mean that they are they are prepared they are reasoned decisive and communicating well and that's all you need right now you either get it done that is so obvious in this building specially with one oh seven there's hand sanitizer and stuff all over and then you go down to the podcast studio where I work in the afternoon there's one big jug of something to something cleanser and it's still in its package we haven't even opened it off hi yeah logic yeah we're worried but it seems like we're not taking any measures do you need to dial three yeah yeah it is seven fourteen to make you all laugh you know when we get the 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"seventy two days" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

05:22 min | 10 months ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Example Mitt Romney's through are you done now you can represent you TA until the next election we know about him out but he is don as an influencer in the Republican Party he said I don't I said bill he's diminished he's more significant and using call here the ACSI exonerated quid pro quo Joe and zero experience on or not speech today what Ramli despises Donald Trump because trump put the loser label on Romney it's person where Romney made his mistake was he said well my conscience dictates I have to vote for removal that's not what you're there to do your US senator for your state you're representing your state and in any criminal proceeding this was not a criminal do seating but the verdict came down you don't hold on your conscience you vote on evidence all right you may think somebody's guilty you're conscious says somebody's guilty but you don't convict all right let me invincible in evidence go ahead two hundred and seventy two days the ultimate jury I call it the American people way in and I would like I it will look I can't tell you how it ends I would like to think that the the president's promises captain muddies Dunham farm policy in the economy all the listed last night defines the election because of it does he wins by a landslide but two hundred seventy two days the American people will decide and they can shock the world again bill what do you see the world through hundred seventy two days I I mean London well little shop yes I'm a five you know I think everybody who really pays attention knows that Donald Trump is now the sharp favorite to win because of the economy and because he's becoming more presidential no I don't know why that is but he's becoming more in control of the office yeah I still twenty see the calls many Mike and he wants to have a box that he stands on yeah we got a a rob always you know when your interview with him it was very entertaining on Superbowl Sunday and and he always blends that with this by the way I was up like thirty whatever percent from the year before but let him be your record so annoying well my record is pretty strong seventeen point three four miles so annoying you you can't help yourself but I've always giving you a compliment use of the rub it and go ahead it is giving its stat but it's a different age now it's a different time now so it's you know there's an asterisk next to me while I was on I was on steroids when I do the interview but I let me ask this yeah because I use all the ratings from last night yeah you know I've said you're so von on ratings and I mean that in the best way that somebody this has a special gift thank you and I and and alarm clock at night you saw my ratings last night you saw the numbers for the president if you want to know why you're doing okay I'm trying on number one trump haters did not watch the speech last night you saw the ratings for MSNBC and CNN were abysmal all right awful so trump haters stayed away and watch they watch that one given away Cadillacs or whatever she's doing but the trump people the people who support the president you are now the go to program so of all the programs on network and cable television that deal with news your the top choice among those who want to see president trump reelected and that's a big crew I mean we're talking sixty sixty five billion people so that's why you're doing well you're gonna continue to do well through the election and beyond and it's it comes down to people trust you when they want to hear about Donald Trump I am going to ask you you back I do not agree with you that this is a slam dunk and not I'm gonna tell you watchin it does want to tell you why we get back though but I do have a question for simple mental ride you cut your own lawn don't why I will admit I don't I don't want to have the guys do it occurs all guys do it the simple man all right well Linda actually cultural long what mother our radio producer here and we have a the advertiser that we love family owned business bell for since nineteen sixty four they created the first zero turn lawn mower to hustler turf lawn mower it is the best engineering American jobs tested through the ringer they last for ever their their durability in the harshest conditions Linda we take videos of our cutting on it so fast and she loves it and I will tell you we're so proud to be an associate with them because we love their products hustler turf dot com now you can go there or or hit pound to fifty keyword lawnmower they said Hannity I don't cut the lawn in January well you will be in some states by March so you're gonna want to get it right now you get an extended warranty from.

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Netflix and Theater Owners Go To The Mattresses Over Scorsese's Irishman

The Frame

07:39 min | 1 year ago

Netflix and Theater Owners Go To The Mattresses Over Scorsese's Irishman

"Welcome to the frame and Stephen cliff us filling in for John horn Martin Scorsese's highly awaited mob boss drama the Irishman hits theaters today well you know what is the situation going on now for big business and the government they're trying to pull us down you might be demonstrating the failure to show appreciation seems the the Netflix film stars Robert deniro Al Pacino and Joe Pesci but seeing the three and a half hour long at beginning theater will take some effort Scorsese had hoped for a wide release but after negotiations stalled between Netflix and movie theater owners the film will only be seen in eight theaters in New York and Los Angeles before heading to the streaming service on November twenty seventh Nicole Sperling is media reporter for The New York Times covering Hollywood and streaming and she has the backstory on how things fell apart hi Nicole hi how are you Steve good good Nicole good you first please explain what theater owners were hoping for in terms of the Irishman's release I mean I think with what theater owners were hoping for was that Netflix was going to get in line and follow the rules that the traditional studios have with the theater chains and you know that is asking a lot for a company that doesn't necessarily believe in a theatrical window that is a subscriber first company that wants to make their subscribers happy by bringing them their content as soon as possible so what they wanted them to do was agreed to a seventy two day release which means that not necessarily the movie would play in theaters for seventy two days but that there would be an exclusivity period for that long before they would put it on their streaming service and that's really asking a lot for a company like Netflix I mean what ideally what Netflix like to see I mean no theatrical release at all no I mean I think Netflix is coming around to the idea of some limited theatrical release some of their consumers want to go see their movies on the big screen in a Martin scorcese gangster movie seems to fall into that category but they don't spend a lot on marketing so what happens in the traditional studio model is you have to put your movie into theaters you have to spend you know thirty five million dollars at least on a wide release to get people attention so they will know it's in theaters to go see it and then if you have to wait these seventy two to ninety days that are required by the theater chains when it does hit the next window whether that's a streaming platform or pay TV or whatever it is often times studios have to pay again to market the movie so it's really a lot of money but it also there is a requirement for Oscars is you have to have a movie in a theater for a week to be eligible that is part of the rules well after the Irishman start streaming on Netflix on November twenty seventh will there be the option for theater chains to give it a more wider release and and show it in theaters then for for those of us who may want to have that cinematic experience Netflix will keep it in theaters once it opens on their service as long as the chains want to keep it in it's just a limited number of theater chains that will play the movie the big giants AMC regal Cinemark those are the guys who are refusing to play by Netflix's rules which are much more truncated release windows and they're accustomed to Nicole Sperling is media reporter for The New York Times covering Hollywood and streaming with Irishman showing now at the Belasco in New York and the Egyptian here in Los Angeles before expanding to a handful of others what can you tell us about why those specific theaters were selected as far as the Belasco that's a Broadway theater that shows Broadway plays this is actually one of the first times that a movie is going to be debuting in that theater and it's kind of terrific in a sense that like it's a big palace in there it has a thousand seats in it it makes you feel like you're in this you know old timey kind of environment there's not a lot of single screens left in New York City so they're kind of recreating the old time Hollywood feel on that screen as for the Egyptian in Los Angeles that theater is currently owned by American Cinematheque it's a his work location but Netflix is actually in the process of trying to buy that theater it's an independent movie house they want to own it so that on week nights they can put their movies in and have a vents and do whatever they want and then on the weekends American Cinematheque would still program their films as they see fit and they're kind of retrospectives and the repertory theatre that they are well fear owners were trying to make the case to Netflix that you know if you truncate the theatrical release you're gonna lose out how much money are are are we talking about potentially well they use the departed as their example which was Scorsese's two thousand six movie and that made three hundred million dollars worldwide now the studio doesn't get all three hundred million dollars they split that evenly with the theaters and then when you add in marketing costs it goes lower than that as well but there's still a you know a significant profit that could be made it's a could be because it's also a three and a half hour movie so how many people are going to be rushing to the theater to see it I mean the film has received rapturous reviews critics are loving it so that interest to see I think is high but there's also the risk factor that's involved too and I think Netflix has been less interested in getting involved in that business because it is so risky and it's much safer to put it on your service and then a month from now tell everybody how many people and watched it right there were similar release negotiations last year over the theatrical run of another major Netflix project and that's all fine so quite owns Roma can you remind us how that agreement check out and how it may or may not have influenced how this deal over the Irishman was hammered out it was the same kind of situation where the big chains refused to play at the smaller ones the landmarks the Alamo they played the movie and for some of those theater chains the movie did really well for them and it stayed in theaters for a long time well as streaming giants become more powerful in the big budget feature film industry will movie theaters become secondary venues you know for special films well it depends on who you're talking to I mean at this moment in time Disney who is you know launching their service in two weeks is a huge proponent of the theatrical window probably most of the movies that you went and saw most of Americans when Sonya last year were Disney movies whether they came from Pixar or Lucasfilm or Marvel those are the movies that make a ton of money at the box office and they stay in theaters for a very long time so Disney is a big fan of the of the theatrical window now how that changes we'll see there also putting a lot of money behind their Disney plus service so that needs to work out really well for them as well and who knows if product will be shifting to the service and hopes to you know bolster their subscriber numbers a lot of the streamers are backed by a traditional studios so they're gonna have to figure that out as it may go forward Nicole Sperling is media reporter for The New York Times covering Hollywood hand streaming the call thanks is a is a pleasure thank you for your time I appreciate

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"Out to the world thank you mark and most of all thank you thank you Michael let it will be tuning in thank you know all the facts and Megan I want to give a special shout out to your local RK and bring they were the co executive producers on the vessel and the work around the clock to help make that special that it is and I just want to thank them for all of their hard work and effort and they are all so proud mama doctors well Michael and until next time what and see for miles let's start every week on demand only on live radio dot com I got a little puppy or double door is door like a little yeah a little Boston terrier yeah but it's like a year old is one at home he doesn't know what it is it is home to everything in the house with a yell at stop but his body will keep moving I can even take a public on the people that would read is the Kardashian another seventy two days to get rid of okay we have one dog and my girlfriend wants to get another one but I don't want another one right so she knows is we had this conversation like a hundred times right and she keeps prenuptial calm if my pet stores listen I know we've had this talk but there is the cutest little dog here and this is what you would love him you would like listen I know we've talked about this he's like in my face he's like you might just I'm gonna send you a picture of it and your picture I like I can't that's not fair I can't do that with stuff I want you know I can't call him at the bar there is this cute little brunette no we would love Molly here's you dinner can.

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Kim Kardashian's BFF Shuts Down Rumors She Pulled A Jordyn Woods With Kris Humphries

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01:47 min | 1 year ago

Kim Kardashian's BFF Shuts Down Rumors She Pulled A Jordyn Woods With Kris Humphries

"Hilton posted an article that said Coachella two thousand hundred Kris Humphries in Larssen Pippen's spotted getting friendly and playful VIP party. And the caption is largely have been is one of Kim Kardashian best friends to even other Jordan would situation on our hands. Does this breaker code, obviously, referencing the fact that Chris and Kim we're married all of which I seventy two days, but still and Laura comments the conversation lasted all three minutes. He told me he's Scotty since he was fourteen that he loves him. And I said so did I Scott as her husband to me? It was just like the what what are you gonna say? No, I want you to the reason that I liked this one is because Larsen. Can sometimes be like shady, I guess, and this was like not shady she would just straight out explaining the facts of what happened immediately doubt. Like shutting down. Am. I the only one that's out that the Scotty commentary at the end was more interesting because I from what I know they're separated right now one I do think that was interesting in to I didn't like the fact that this is framed of like to even other Jordan was at our hands like what no it was incredibly stupid and also like. I think honestly if law so wanted to sleep with Kris Humphries, Kim would be like, listen, that's your choice. I'm going to advise you not to do whatever. The fuck. You would be like be my fucking guest on you want to put yourself through that not just as you know, they did not have a good marriage. And Chris that is one person that like the credentialing speak pretty highly of most people in terms of like people they were previously involved with they don't speak highly of Chris. Yeah. I think there I think that. The reason that they speak so unfavourably about him isn't isn't even as much of the marriage. It was just like the aftermath of it in the way, he acted. But I think he's he's cleaned up a little bit recently because he had that player's Tribune article where he was like he was like the the marriage was real. I just want to clarify that despite comments I made it in the past like the marriage was a hundred percent. I don't know totally. It was just I was happy to see Larson kind of comeback at

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Kris Humphries says short-lived marriage to Kim Kardashian was '100 percent real'

Lori and Julia

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Kris Humphries says short-lived marriage to Kim Kardashian was '100 percent real'

"It's been awhile since we've seen Kris Humphries on headline entertainment for sure location, but his the case today because Kris Humphries who's our hometown guy, of course, announced his retirement from the NBA today. So he is officially retired and he's reflecting on his career and his infamous seventy two day marriage. One Kim Kardashian. There are some interesting things he wrote a blog post for the players Tribune. And I've got a little excerpt for the irony of my career is that I finally figured out what kind of player I was when I got to the nets. I felt like I knew who I was finally, and then I met a girl who happened to be really famous, and I got married and damn look I should have known what I was getting into. I was definitely naive about how much my life was going to change. But the one thing that really bothers me is whenever people say that my marriage was fake. He goes on and says, there's definitely a lot about that world that is not entirely real. But our actual relationship was one hundred percent real when it clear when it was clear that it wasn't working. What can I say it sucked? It's never easy to go through the embarrassment of something like that with your friends with your family. But when it plays out so publicly in front of the world, it's a whole other level. It was brutal. Yeah. I get that. I get that. And remember they started dating and they were married like ten months later. Very quickly. It took nearly two years for their divorce. Get to be finalized. They were only married for less than three months. They had a massive wedding ceremony in front of the cameras August of twenty eleven and Kris Humphries goes on to say, I didn't know how to handle it. And this is where I think you can feel a lot of empathy for the guy. He says, I didn't know how to handle it. Because I never thought I was going to be famous in that way. I remember having this moment when I was getting booed so hard in Philly, and I thought to myself why exactly are they booing need? Just because I'm that guy from TV today think I was trying to be famous is it because they think I disrespected the game of basketball the last one killed me because all I've ever wanted to be known for was basketball. You know, I know I know a woman whose son was in that wedding. Okay. Really the KEA and they all had to sign disclaimers. Yeah. Yeah. But in Christianity brought all of them like Amelia's, suits the. Oh, yeah. Okay. And but the word that what she said was it was an Kim's family. They were a nightmare. Kris Jenner was beyond rude. They didn't they treated all the Minnesota people like they were just. Foreigners far far far away land that they weren't gonna extend any courtesy to. She said it was so every was everyone was just like. The Hollywood people and then the Minnesota. For me. It sounds terrible. He says there was about a year when I was in a dark place. He didn't wanna leave his home said he feel like I don't know the whole world hates you. But they don't even know why. And then he said Kris Humphries went on to say that after his split from Kim Kardashian. There would be times when people would be like, hey, are you Kris Humphries, and he would say, oh, no. I look like him. No. I'm Blake Griffin. Who's an NBA player? And this is where I think it's this is like the heartbreaking part is when he says, I didn't wanna be Kris Humphries. It's the craziest feeling in the world not wanting to be yourself. And I didn't even want to say anything to defend myself because it felt like I couldn't win. You can't go up against the tabloids. You can't go up against that machine. There's no point in even if I played that game I felt like it would be disrespecting the game of basketball saver. They were IQ couple. I never bought him for a second hall over Kim really had. She really she had her original face when she was Chris. Picture of the two of them together. So cute wearing this like pretty neutral dress, and she is. How this wasn't going to work. When she was hanging out on lake Minnetonka. I was like what is going on here. No, there is anything is going to happen here by

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Magnesite

A Moment of Science

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Magnesite

"Hey, Don, have you ever heard of magnesite? That's a rock isn't a yoyo. Right. It's a carbonate mineral, which means it captures CO two in it's formed that got some scientists wondering if they could use it to capture some of the excess CO two in our atmosphere. Researchers have been working on ways to create the mineral in the lab to bring us one step closer to that idea. It's tricky because magnesite usually takes a very long time to form on the earth surface up to eleven thousand years at one site in British Columbia where groundwater moving through rocks becomes enriched with magnesium and carbonate ions and the ions eventually react to format site. You're we're going around for seven thousand years doesn't sewn great. When researchers tried to recreate the process in the lab, we found out why it takes so long. They added magnesium and carbonate ions water and found that the water molecule surround the magnesium ions preventing them from bonding to the carbonate ions to get around this problem. Researchers added Microsft fears coated with a molecule called carb oxo to the mix which successfully pulled the water away and let the magnesium and carbonate ions react after that it took about seventy two days for the magnesite to form. I'm guessing this is new magic solution, though, definitely not scientists have only created a tiny amount of magnesite and it's really expensive to remove co two from the air. Some scientists say the idea isn't viable and either way it needs a lot more research. We've cut down the amount of time research takes this moment of science comes from Indiana University harmed on glass, and I'm ya Cassandra.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:09 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"I'm Michael Toscano. Isis is claiming responsibility for a suicide blast at the Syrian town of mon- Gibb. Reuters reports the explosion killed for American service members and injured three others. Pentagon correspondent Barbara Starr tells us the US personnel were on routine patrol there are dozens of US forces that have conducted security patrols on on with vehicles in this area joint patrols with Turkish forces. President Trump has said that US troops will be coming out of Syria and just this week. He talked about a twenty miles safe zone across the border White House. Economic adviser. Kevin Hassett said today, the prolonged government shutdown over border wall funding is reducing economic growth. More than predicted. And now, it's threatening an annual TV spectacle. House speaker Nancy Pelosi wants President Trump to put off his state of the union address as Bob Costantini reports. No response from the White House yet to a letter from Pelosi where the last paragraph offer. This sadly, given security concerns, and unless government reopens this week, I suggest that we work together to determine another suitable date for government has reopened for this address for you to consider delivering your state of the union address in writing the British government is in serious disarray this morning. The house of Commons has turned down. Prime Minister Theresa May's deal for exiting the European Union with an historically large margin. Correspondent Hadas gold checks in from London. Seventy two days away before that deadline of March may ninth with the UK is supposed to leave the European Union. And so far we closer and closer to crushing out without a deal puts British trade with Europe and diplomatic relations at risk isolating. The nation added to the problem now prime minister as government is on the line with another no confidence vote coming today. Democratic New York Senator Kirsten Dillard gillibrand has taken a major step toward announcing a presidential bid saying she is launching an exploratory committee for a White House. Ron I'm Michael Toscano. Broadcasting. San Francisco Bay area. This is talk radio five sixty ks your whistle blower Wednesday with Brian Sussman and Katie green starts now. Yeah, we're blowing the.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"I got a little puppy dog is horrible. I got a little Boston terrier. He's like a year old. He's just learn how to home, but he doesn't know what it is. He he just humps everything how with yellow to pay off that he'll stop. But his body will keep moving. I could even take out in public. The people are like what breed is the. What? Kardashian. Another seventy two days, then getting rid of it. Marriage. Okay. We have one dog and my girlfriend wants to get another one. But I don't want another one. Right. So she knows is we've had this conversation one hundred times, right? And she keeps bringing up she'll call me from my pet stores. Listen, I know we've had this talk. But there is the cutest little bug here. You would love him. You would let listen I know we've talked about this. But he he's looking he's leaving. I'm going to send you a picture. Okay. And you venture. I can't that's not fair. I can't do that with stuff. I want you. I can't call them at the bar. And there is this cute. Little brunette. We've talked about. Love her new out. What if you could protect the life of your cat with something? So simple and affordable that you already use every day. Get ready for the evolution of kitty litter. It's crazy letter along with all the features you've come to expect from.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"A year old as just learn how to home. He doesn't know what it is everything with yellow. He'll stop. But his body will kick moving. I couldn't even take out in public. The people are like what? Kardashian. Ridicul another seventy two days, then get rid of their. Okay. We have one dog and my girlfriend wants to get another one. But I don't want another one. Right. So she knows this. We've had this conversation one hundred times, right? And she keeps bringing up she'll calm. If my pet stores. Listen, I know we've had this talk. But there is the cutest little plug here. You would love him. Listen, I know we've talked about this. But he he's licking my face. He's like. I'm gonna send you a picture send you a picture. I can't that's not fair. I can't do that with stuff. I want. You know, I can't call her. Hey, babe. Him at the bar. And there is this cute. Little brunette. We've talked about it. You love her. What if you could protect the life of your cat with something? So simple and affordable that you already use every day. Get ready for the volition of kitty litter, it's.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

07:58 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Nine today is a two hundred two hundred seventy second day of the year ninety three days left does. Wow, we're really moving. Yeah. Yeah. We are. We're in the fall how about how about the the Phillies clinched their first I pin of here in one thousand fifteen. Nineteen fifteen. What was I think it was Baker bowl and broad street? Something about that. Like broadly higher. Yeah. We go to in nineteen nineteen ninety one hundred years ago. Yes, we can't. We can't seem to do the last six years. You can take it to take the nineteen sixty where John D Rockefeller became the first first billionaire nineteen sixteen nineteen sixteen sixteen. Okay. John D Rockefeller became the first billionaire as part of that robber, Barron era where they've still in the lab stuff. The first the first merchant ship in nineteen forty the first merchant ship commanded by black captive. Hugh, Malzac nice is as long as the reason. I put it in. Launched in Wilmington, Delaware, right? From down the road, nineteen sixty nine thousand nine hundred forty six the very first game in the NFL from LA guess who is played by the very first game in the NFL. But by the by the LA LA. Yeah. The rams. Yeah. But they were formerly there for me the Cleveland Rams, right? Yeah. I know my history they came from Cleveland Rams nineteen forty seven. Dizzy gillespie. Cleveland rams. The LA Rams to sT Louis. Rams back to the LA Rams to. Yeah. How about the Chicago Browns to the Saint Louis browse to the Baltimore Orioles? Wait is that the Browns weren't Chicago. I yes, Chicago Brown. I didn't know that. There's three teams was browse say Louis browse did. The White Sox the Browns or the White Sox were after the Browns. I don't. Check that one. Dizzy Gillespie, presented a presented his first played his first concert at Carnegie Hall in nineteen forty seven. Do you like Dizzy Gillespie trumpet player you'll you'll you'll enjoy this? You appreciate this next one in nine hundred fifty two telephone answering machine was created by the Bill laboratories nineteen fifty nine hundred fifty the answer machine was created. I still have an answering machine and you probably do. I don't have a landline. But I haven't answered. So the the foul fifty one the first color TV football game was broadcast. It right here in Philadelphia outta CBS. Really? Yeah. I didn't have a color TV's childhood. Moved out. We we had one like it was the thing to do. You had a rabbit. We didn't we weren't rich enough data colored TV in nineteen fifty three the Milton Berle show. Oh, yeah. Nineteen fifty four also popular. Yeah. Nine hundred fifty three the famous I was actually about the famous over the shoulder catch four hundred sixty feet o- on a four hundred six days in the World Series World Series of it was it was Victor, Victoria works. Dick works. I remember seeing that play. He was playing for the the New York Giants the polo grounds. Correct. And that's the reason why was four hundred sixty feet because a polo grounds was like the biggest ballpark in the country. Biggest centerfield in the country at the polo grounds. Now that you mention it. Give me go to the nineteen sixty where my my three sons debuted big fan of my three sons your sons right yet the retro stuff. Yeah. Like the Richardson. It in nineteen sixty three the Raleigh cells going there. I guess who they opened for the Beatles stones open for Elvis. No, they opened for Tom Jones. You may clue. Band deadly deadly. You bill. How about that? They opened for the Everley brothers and Bo Diddley. Yep. About that. And then the inactive ill nine hundred sixty three and say Lewis. Now never wanted to. Visit Lhasa is STAN the man Musial day in nineteen sixty three in Saint Louis, and you bring that up because because you're here he was he was it was his last gay played. He ended with three thousand six hundred thirty hits and three hundred seventy five home runs, and you know, broke his record Pete Rose. And I believe it was here, but not at citizens Bank park at the vet. I believe you broke it either the day that they have right before they went on strike of the day after nineteen Eighty-one. We have a pitcher catcher, Pat Corrales. He set a record. He reached base twice because of catcher interference, right? And this is a nineteen sixty five was he with the Phillies. Yes. He did. He what happened was he he he made it a regular because it happened six times to him that season. He was also managed the Phillies briefly and got fired when they're in first place a game over five hundred. The theme that year was Corrales pennant. That was the slogan your corral. You have a ninety two things happened in nineteen sixty sixty f seventy kopeks having his third three hundred strikeout season Chevy introduced the Camaro which was originally named the panther. I didn't know that Gladys Knight and the pips in nineteen sixty seven the glass pips release. I heard it through the grapevine. Good song. So Marvin Gaye did a good version. Thank the first one. Yeah. Nineteen sixty nine love American style debuted nineteen seventy-one nineteen seventy-one McMillan and wife debuted good show nine hundred seventy six Alice debuted. Okay. Movie isn't that a movie, I I don't know if it was a movie Alice doesn't live anymore than they made it into a TV show nine hundred eighty two cheers first broadcast excellence show. One thousand nine hundred ninety eight six designing women premier okay? In one thousand nine hundred eighty six this happened to us the cubs. Greg Maddux, defeats Phillies magnetics brothers. We always get the lousy brought bad brother. They had the good brother. Now. A few birthdays here pitching coach. Yeah. Birthdays here nineteen thirty five Jerry Lee Lewis the killer. They call them the killer brother, nineteen forty eight Bryant Gumbel Bryant Gumbel, the HBO sports in all kinds of other things. Nineteen fifty-five kin or weather wax. Okay. Lassie no Pugsley from a from the grammatical the Addams family. Yeah. That was the main Ken, weather wax. I knew it was some kids. Nine hundred sixty four Julie Peterson miss this February nineteen eighty-seven course. Nineteen sixty six Hershey Hawkins. Former sixer in nineteen eighty-five megatonne. Kevin John Calvin Johnson, great receiver in ninety eight. Kevin durant? Durant? Yeah. Yes. Kevin durant? Kevin durant? Durant? Nineteen eight. Yeah. He's young. He's thirty thirty years old just that you don't have anything for me. Oh, yeah. I do. Have a Kavanagh's calendar for September twenty eight. Rick. Yeah. You have his calendar. If what was on his calendar state. The accident delayed. I just thought about. He doesn't. We did go political. Didn't we just ask for his calendar? Go. Let's let's thank you everybody. Here at citizens Bank host was all year long. John brazier, France. Rob Brooks Francis. All these other people who give me free food on my way in and out. Yes. Cater the staffers is awesome. Thank you so much for for listening as.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Inside Jaws

Inside Jaws

01:55 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Inside Jaws

"Hillside on Mount Zion in Jerusalem. He had just finished shooting the most grueling, emotionally devastating film of his career. It had shattered him. It was much more than a picture. It was a labor of love, a duty, the movie. He was born to make Schindler's List. Day after day for seventy two days, he recreated the unimaginable horrors of the holocaust and the miracle of faith. The rescued one thousand one hundred Jews. Thanks to one man Oscar Schindler. Today, he shot the final coda the scene which reunited the survivors of Schindler's List to pay tribute on this spot, the site of Schindler's grave on this broad slope leading to the highest point in Jerusalem, the place symbolizing the promised land. He had held back so much for so long. So many had been depending on him. He carried the legacy of millions of Jews on his shoulders, the weight of his own history and the burden was heavy. He had thought himself unworthy for this project. He still did. He turned again to the note. He had long carried the one from his mother, the one he stuffed into his pocket, the day he left home to make his dreams come true. Dear steve. Centuries ago, there lived a wise man, a teacher and philosopher named Erasmus. He knew the secret to a good life. He wrote the chief element of happiness is this to want to be what you are. Love mont..

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

Timesuck with Dan Cummins

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins

"Women to at least wait until seventy two days after childbirth if you're going to bring your naughty filled hole around our claimed shrine well at least fucking way to you know couple months you better be careful lives athena might just reek havoc on those shrines she might make mount fuji erupted in anger if they don't tone down their misogyny the wanna piss off let's fina hell fina today thousands of people climb mount fuji slows for several hours in late summer usually night to see the sunrise be astounding view the peak it's considered again a sacred powerful site that women are begrudgingly allowed to enjoy now and instead that if you have a dream about mount food you're gonna have good fortune and then the oak hara that the suicide forest lies beneath mount fujii's north western side takes about four hours to get to this iceland force by train from from tokyo because is about twelve square miles dense beautiful forest at grew top the hardened lava of mt fujii's last major eruption in eight sixty four c and you know what i looked at so many articles i want to scrap that maybe it does i'm gonna scrap that don't don't hold me to that four hours thing i'm gonna i'm gonna update that as we go real time as well because i looked at that so many different times because i'm like wait a minute sixty sixty miles from tokyo but it takes four hours but the forces behind it who the fuck it takes it's what's outside of tokyo does food that's always know i'm getting too bogged down exactly how many miles from tokyo's the poorest lava rock that makes up the ground underneath a forest absorbed sound weld crates hushed environment that is early quiets so that's part of a maybe what just kind of makes it a little outside of the suicides it is just kind of going to place creeps people out a little bit and to like if you were to yell for help it's unlikely people would hear you just has a lot of sound absorption just the natural acoustics of the of the ground in the forest.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

View from the Cheap Seats

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on View from the Cheap Seats

"Like an opera singer tristan chance and was a key was excused when the cavs video session meeting today because he was dealing with cer she they're they're not gonna win 'cause that's such a distraction as distraction but then the rest of the team is getting annoyed that it is a distraction it's fucking happen yeah so the question remains this is maybe the biggest question who is the booty worth it no that is oh the guy on who came crashing married for like seventy two days the guy who played the net chris whatever's nameless who played basketball player chris hardwick chris shameful dunk it's really dunks anna suit nice and she chris i know you're i can't think of his name that's but there was a point where he was married to her every time he touched the ball in the court people booed him being with the kardashian wow well that's sound connie connie was he kind of took himself now kind of the only person who feels like the negative kardashian's actually bumped him a friend of our city was at a birthday in in the valley and connie was there and like connie had a group of dad's like telling them how he's like oh he's like i'm like jesus that's what i'm doing i'm doing this ship and kanye you're you're blocking the bouncy house like you're saying you're jesus to a bunch of jewish dad's in the valley i don't think anyone gives us shit kris humphries fits.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"About stephen duggar talking about i i know what spring training in drives have 25 home runs and duggar that you read the text by the guy no yeah look at look at mccoy kevin you have you seen duggar played all yet what do you think so far worried about him meeting eighth possibly he won't give much it there if you're examine in his eighth and worry about in present in that spot you think ninth or seventh would be better for my like panicking a lead us spot unless duggar can reach pays consistently look if steven doug is in the in the big leagues you don't want to put the unless he's proven that he can be elite off guy right away like you put him in the eight spot for me he's one of the rookies that can he has a plan he knows who he is is as charlie manual would always say no that sale though lasso he knows himself that's the biggest thing he knows himself he knows the strike zone it he's incredible you really is he's putting on a show right now it's march fifth ya offensively defensively had a nice snag but i mean like the the biggest thing is march fifth if he can continuously do this throughout the entire spring i i don't see why not and you put him in the in the eight hole you put them laid off here and there you know you put him in spots to succeed i think it's i think it's good i think it's good so i dunno i do i like duggar love dr i think he's gonna be a hell of a player april thirteen sounds good to me though is that's when the super to like look if you you're crew a hundred and seventy two days your clocks your your clock starts for your super too uh if you're at one seventy one.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on The Renegade Republican with Dan Bongino

"That they breathlessly promoted this dossier before even understanding that it was total bs how do i know that again a link provided from mccarthy's peace i'll read you the headline cnn politics joe april 18th twenty seventy two days before the carter page story right headline fbi use dossier allegations to bolster trump russia investigation weighed against better here's the opening line from the peace the opening paragraph april 1820 seventy two days before the carter page news broke smell of elite joe yeah the fbi last year use the dossier of allegations of russian ties to donald trump's campaign as part of the justification to win approval to secretly monitor a trump associate according to us officials briefed on the investigation who do you think that trump associate was carter freaking page you folks see what's going on right now do you understand how i believe so much in this story that i'm i'm willing to drill it into your eardrums every day because if you don't understand what's happening here or you willing to sideline at say you know what dan we've gotta move army could've things obamacare thanked we do taxes health care i get it school choice there are a number of pressing issues but i'm telling you as i've said on cable news at on this place on this on this show many times we cannot possibly move on as a country until we get an answer to the question from the democrats i know the answer but until we get them to acknowledge that they paid russian intel to spy through our government and a fis accord on their opposition political party and he's soon to be president of the united states.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

Kinda Funny Games Daily

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily

"While yes more than in any prior 12month period it also went from sixty million to seventy million in just a hundred and seventy two days oh my god so ten million in one hundred seventy two days which are the holidays accounted in that we must the black friday is and all that warring to though that the measures wide friday her on what yeah but depending on what half of it it it is it's just a weird thing to say because if they went up twenty million that is a really that big of a deal that they went up ten million one hundred seventy two days because and would meps mean the other ten million was the other half dealer have yeah i guess so uh and are now yeah whatever still super president joy in any year that's really cool um also from the data we can work out that playstation 4 on purchase up to around eight point seventy five games for the system on average off from nabire jumped seven point five games at the end of 2016 so be as four used by more games yearoveryear very good news for sony a total of six hundred and seventeen million games have been sold for the playstation 4 with two hundred fifty million coming out in the last twelve months alone at this point in time the playstation two had shipped around seventy one million consuls and shipped around five hundred seventy games the playstation 4 has sold through note the difference they're not shipped sold bread over seventy million consuls and over six hundred and six seventeen million games sides as do real wilde's do extending the pace he has even the base of the playstation two which is sony's number one song council of all time thus far.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Citation Needed

Citation Needed

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Citation Needed

"Her newspapersponsored a guessing contest all aware in the world is nelly bly and he offered a prize that the person who guest her arrival back in new york down to the second jesus christ the world is to be boring as for us honor adventure as a nelly visited a leper colony in china best porn tab ever even now in sideways they don't tell you them sideways and she bought a monkey in singapore that the second best porn us what your hands together sees still put your hand and it's the monkey as souvenirs goes beat stuff buck and spooned collection bye goddamn meyer were third or or a best friend made of your own hair i don't like it you can give did i threw it away see so for you didn't one of these little for a newly arrive back in new york seventy two days after she left having completed a journey of over twenty four thousand miles almost all of it alone and setting a world record for having done cooler shit than anyone currently listening to the show when i was a kid i once went to the slightly less white suburb next ours i was pretty pretty exhilarating took me way less than seventy two days after queues six baht hurt email i feel like x hands everyone is not going gonna write in at once of feel like we're burying the lead though you should seventy two days which second yeah i don't know how we can appear circa.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on WDRC

"Aides radio xavier kellyanne gary mcnamara eight six six nine zero seven three three three nine eight six six nine the of a red i guess so the the the health care bill and it's funny because i did hold the bay of read a bunch of different the analysis audit in the differences between the senate healthcare plan in the house serb plan the difference between that and the aca and and nah you know how wolf fact and what will the effect be an them sitting there is i'm doing all this work and i've often said that the one interesting thing uh in my life is that there was nobody on the planet that hated doing homework in school more than i did nobody except my brother my older brother it's always a throwback uh that last little statement in and so i have a job were you do homework 247 all the time you never stopped doing homework so there i am doing what the whole work is going through and looking at the differences in all of it thinking to myself almost flashed back to a child say why am i doing this none of this is going to happen i know i have to do the show tonight maybank call in sick and then i don't have to handle the homework because we're not call in um disgusted atraaf seventy two days and get four discussed do i get i get a disgusted day he get on the is the advice of his there is another topic i can bring up that it's actually productive and that were you know but i actually did the homework i did it anyway and and and we as we both always do and and so we'll get to that here in a little bit there really isn't there really isn't much there i mean uh a medicaid i think goes may be a year further before they should start shutting down in the in the senate plan and the ted cruz plan uh you know where you can offer almost anything is going to be in there and one of the criticism that as well if you have that in there will then people aren't going to pay the amount in all.

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"seventy two days" Discussed on Triangulation

Triangulation

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"seventy two days" Discussed on Triangulation

"A you mentioned that kepler's pointed towards sickness which that actually surprises me because if i if i remember correctly and i might be wrong cure sick this is not the most densely populated area of our sky i it it would have to me that you'd point the telescope at the place where i could see the most why why is it pointed at sickness uh well if you um if you live in an area where you can see the milky way at night you you can probably figure out the answer that question the the milky way passes right through the consolation sickness and in the milky way you have a lot of stars but you have also a lot of gas and dust and in fact the stars are so close together that you have to begin to worry about overlapping signatures you wanna look in a region where there are a lot of stars but you don't want to look at a region where the stars are too close together or there's a lot of gas and dust that can cause problem in the interpretation of the the dimming of the light and in this region was sort of the the best of both worlds it was close to the the plane of our galaxy but just enough outside of it so that the the density of stores was not too high to a prevents clear unambiguous signatures of of of planets oh another interesting thing about kepler's the fact that it's not orbiting the earth its cycles son entered three hundred seventy two days which reigns every year at falls further and further behind its trailing earth yeah why why did we do that why is that the orbit that the telescopes in.

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