35 Burst results for "Sheen"
Thomas Sheahen's Objection to the Big Bang Theory
"I'm talking to Thomas Sheehan. What's that Greek? Thomas she and PhD, he's the author of a book every win. God symmetry in time. Thomas Sheen, when my book came out is atheism dead. A lot of people have emailed me because they have a young earth view of things they say that they believe the universe and everything was created only a few thousand years ago. I don't have a dog in the fight. My attitude is whatever is is and whatever scripture says is true. But a lot of people who have as high a view of scripture as I do yourself and Hugh Ross and others believe in the Big Bang. What is your most basic objection to the idea of the young earth concept? Well, the scientific evidence really is very, very good that it has existed for a very long time. I look at the first part of genesis as wonderful expression in Hebrew poetry of the fact that God was trying to communicate something to people, but whoever was on the receiving end couldn't get it all straight. And they did the very best they could and they've given us the best they could in circumstances where they don't understand fully all that God wants to say. Let me tell you about a certain 20th century guy. Well, actually, he's still alive. It's all from Brooklyn named Jerry Schroeder, grew up and went to MIT. I know Gerald Schroeder, he's in Israel. He's a genius. Go ahead. Well, he came to the table with a devout orthodox Jewish religion following a certain rabbi named knock commodities not to be confused with maimonides who were more familiar with. And he said, the universe was created in 6 days and that's what my faith says. Well, in the meantime, he's got a PhD in physics from MIT, so he knows what his science is. 13.8 billion years. And Schroeder said it's up to me to resolve what appears to be a discrepancy between my face and my science.
"sheen" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
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"sheen" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"But now she's doing it for the money, yeah? 'cause she does get paid for this. Should Charli just throw cash at her, he's got a lot of money. But again, it's one of those situations that you or I will never be in the sense of like, your parents have all this money. We hear with people like Bill Gates. He doesn't leave his kids any money when he passes on. You got to earn it yourself. I think it's the same way. You don't want as much as everyone assumes you want your parents money. You don't want your parents money because it's your parents money and then people go well. You didn't make the money yourself, blah, blah, blah. So it's kind of like a double edged sword. It's like she wants to probably do it herself to show that I can do it, but she's also living off of her parents name. To do so. You think you're right. Sources I expect to sources, I used to work for Denise. I know Denise pretty well. We're still email email each other. She's really cool. I like to do this. In fact, I was with Denise, the day after Charlie trashed the Plaza hotel here in New York. Remember when he turned up on a family vacation, he had two ladies of the night with him, shall we say and they trashed the Plaza Sam was there for that too. So it was a little girl. She's seen some crazy stuff. My sources are tailoring me that they think Sam is doing this not for the money but to hurt a mom and dad she's really angry with Charlie and Denise. She saw a lot of stuff, she's livid with them. She's lashing out and this is the easiest way for a child without actually having to go into the adult business. You know what I mean? 'cause you kind of control the content, it's not like you could put out whatever you want. You know what I mean? She could literally put out pictures of her toenail in the daisy chain. That's something like that. What did you do to rebel when I was angry with my mom and Dan? I think we all go through that period. I got my nose pierced and I stole the car. But the thing was rob Schroeder, I could barely drive as it was, you know what I mean? Like I literally went around the block and crossed over a main road, and then I pretty much like boot my pants because I was like, oh my God, I survived. And then you have to make the phone. Hey guys. I took the car and they thought like I took the car to like to Mexico or whatever. I'm like, I'm down. Thank you. My mom and dad ignored my nose ring. I sat at the dinner table with a nose ring again. Leave it past the P is Betty. Nobody said a thing and I don't know. What a move by the pair. It's brilliant. Because you wanted to go in there and be like, give me the yams and look at my nose. Hey, this brings us to my poll, question of the day. Charlie Sheen's blamed his angst and these Richards for their daughter Sami joining only fans is Charlie Wright. Is he right as this Denise's vault? Ouch. Hey, go vote on our Twitter page at a Facebook page, nor he goes up, you can leave a comment there..
"sheen" Discussed on Elvis Duran Presents: Celebrity Buzz
"The not even nice show. I'm rob shooter. Every Wednesday, our friend Donnie joins us, but today we have a little treat Garrett is joining us, Garrett. Bro shooter. I've locked Donny away. He is locked away in the ivory tower. Only his long hair allow him to escape until then I have you to just play with for the next 20 minutes. It sides nobody, but you can play with me whenever you want. How was your trip? It was lovely. I went home so my mom and dad saw some friends. It was my sister's birthday, a little bit of work. I'm bad. Do you know what the thing is? Sometimes you pay the price for a vacation though, and so I'm exhausted. I need a vacation. You need a vacation from the vacation. But don't worry, we've got a ton of gossip, so for the next 20 minutes, we'll forget all that. And enjoy the celebrity news, my time is it my Friends, it is? Oh, it is tea time. American tea time. American teeth, and that's all right. Charlie Sheen is blaming his angst in his Richards after their daughter Sammy has joined only fans. So the two and a half men star told page 6, she's 18 now and living with her mother, this did not occur when she was under my roof. He adds, I do not condone this, but since I wasn't able to prevent it, I urge her to keep it classy, creative, and not sacrifice her integrity. I was not familiar with only fans. I'm sure. I mean, I didn't know what this was. I do know, but about a year ago, I started hearing about this and a lot of should we say sort of famous people do this. It's considered a pornographic site, would you say gang? Yes, and there are some celebrities that we have grown up with and seen many of times like Carmen Electra just started at only fans where she says she wants to control her image. And if you do subscribe as some of my friends have, you get a very not X rated, let's make it PG-13, maybe rated R version of it. But then you have people like Farrah Abraham from teen mom on MTV who has done many of adult films over the course of the last decade. And she will pretty much bring you all the way in as if you're her o-b-gyn at times. She will show you pretty much everything. So Sam has a troubled relationship with her parents. She was in the news recently because she left Denise's house to move in with Charlie..
"sheen" Discussed on The Gargle
"Leo and Donny twins who are already laughing at each other's sounds unbearably cute ten. Deirdre, an angel with a disgusting name one Colin see above and Emma Wrigley babbling a blessing from God, but I'm 90% certain her parents vote. Now it's time for our language section where language learning app, babbel has commissioned research to discover which topical and trending words we've had the most trouble pronouncing over the last 12 months. So that's yes, if this story, if we can fin Taylor, do you know how to pronounce words? Yeah, I thought so. I mean, I thought 'cause it's the last 12 months that the words would be struggling to pronounce would be epidemiological in nature or be one one three four 7 are something. But no, it's Dogecoin and Chewy. And keirin. I'll be honest, I'm learning a lot of these words as I read them. I'm not in Gen Z I'm more of the syphilis end of the UTI. Well, I'm also a big believer in like common usage. If it's a neologism, how it's pronounced is how people pronounce it, right? Didn't we go through this with the jif GIF argument or argument if you prefer? I might as well be reading Japanese. I've got no idea what people are saying. Tau gona, a Korean treat made with sugar and baking soda. Right, yeah. Well, you see, have you seen squid game? I have since we've gone. I don't remember that. I remember the thing that they were being shot for getting a hopscotch roll. That's what I remember. My big takeaway wasn't the snack they were eating. Well, if you do pronounce dalgona wrong, you will get shot in the head. That is. That is the race that you brought this one to the game. Yeah, yeah. I'm glad you said babbel. I thought it was Babel. So there you go, I've already, I've already started. I'm already at a loss with pronouncing things wrong. Well, there is a language learning app called Babel and there's another one called Babel. I feel like the world is working against me there. I'll be honest. Use the fact that you don't know the how to pronounce Dogecoin as a way of identifying good people is what I'd suggest because I think the only person who says it correctly is Elon Musk. And keep well clear. I'm quite excited because there was reference to now I'm going to be careful. Is it nuts, which is salt bay's restaurant that people have been pronouncing wrong? Yes. And he deserves that. He's a man who's high personality revolves around a condiment. He pronounces steak wrong if by pronounce you mean makes. And then he very sort of overly flamboyantly displays it, which is just needlessly annoying isn't it? Yes. Yeah, he doesn't know how to sprinkle either. No, no, no. All goes down before him, doesn't it? Yeah, ridiculous. If I'm a soul, but when he's making hundreds of thousands for cupcakes, there's an absolute nightmare. Oh, it's Tabasco. Don't even get me started. It just seems unhygienic the salt bay thing. Yeah. If you're paying what is it like 30 quid for a Coke that it would be the best there is, but the trouble is I've learned is that this is not how good a Coke is. And that's from a glass bottle on a hot day. That's the best it's going to get. The cast of Coke is inversely proportionate to how much the Coke costs. Like if you think about the most expensive Coke, it's the one at the movie cinema, which is watery and bubble free..
New York Post Reports Joe Biden Is Flooding Suburbs With Illegal Aliens
"New York Post Miranda Devine who is unbelievable Jack more fat Kevin Sheen Christopher dowski and Bruce Golding Biden is secretly flying underage migrants into New York in the dead of night Aren't you sick and tired of government operating this way ladies and gentlemen under cover of dark Without the American people even knowing what's taking place If you've been reading the Washington compost or New York slimes you wouldn't even know about any of this Plain loads of underage migrants are being flown secretly into suburban New York Here's my first question Who is deciding where the illegal aliens go Who is deciding where they go Somebody's making that decision and I guarantee it's right out of The White House It's probably Ron klain Our Susan Rice or one or the other Malcontents and reprobates They're clearly trying to affect the suburbs clearly trying to turn Texas in Florida This is a disgrace And why the Republicans don't at least draw up articles of impeachment I will never know I will never
How Tight Is the Trump Grip on the GOP?
"Back america on you. You joined by former united states senator. Jim talent one of my favorite guests. Good morning senator. How are you fine. And i love you to you okay. Let me begin with the story. In the wall street journal by michael bender. How tight is trump's grip on the gop. Take a look at the ohio senate primary. It is undeniable that former president trump has many many many many millions of supporters in the united states. And that many of those supporters will follow his recommendation. He also has around in a circle of acolytes who sometimes purport to speak for him like sports epstein an others. Who aren't actually speaking boris's mad at me. Because i've just given my objective opinion. Eric from your home. State of missouri will lose that senate seat if he's the nominee because of the bondage and assault charges the impeachment campaign scandals. All the stuff that goes with eric writings and bores. Sheen has mad at me one. How important is a trump endorsement to what about this satellite group of people who have some association with president trump. who purport to speak for him. I think trump's endorsement is important in the same sense that mean endorsements typically aren't they they raise the profile of the person endorsed and there's sort of a They're a powerful piece of evidence in support of that person. Assuming you liked the endorser right. But i also think voters then step back and look at candidates and make their own judgment. I would say that about but people. Ask me to endorse you. Then he thinks that. Just because people like jim talent. They're going to walk into the ballot box in both for whoever tim talent says. I don't like that's right. i think it's a. It's a favorable piece of evidence. Okay and in terms of the people around you presidents all president trump so we had an interesting group around people. Come and go. I think people want to know what donald something's not somebody around thanks.
"sheen" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season
"Hello my name. Is matt brewer. Welcome to sifi talk. Good omens based on a novel by neil gaiman and cherry prejud- looks at good and evil in a funny unconventional way. As an angel and a demon make an alliance in order to keep things status quo and to save existence from an upcoming armageddon to actors were turned loose and their chemistry comes through and messrs david tennant and michael sheen. Well known each other since the time they bulletin angel wants team will start at his angels. One one of them fail yup or saunter vaguely downwards. I yeah and they so they both being sent by the respective head offices to work in the same field And over time they have come to an agreement and then agreement is turned to a sort of friendship and that friendship. Maybe it's something even more deep but that they can't really talk about i guess and then and they've fallen in love with being on earth and what it is to be human. You know. I think the fact that they neither of them off as allowed them to kind of enjoy. What's being human means. And they sort of not the edges off each other and they've become more like each other as well and now they don't want it to end and there's this terrible plan to going to an end and so they have to do what they can to stop it and about that. Read through through are always awful. Because they're like i e skill. You're you're meeting lots of people. The first time. Hundreds of hundreds of people. You never get screens have executive producers. I'm so ensue from the bbc. And i'm super mamas. And you're going i i mean this is all the blah because i'm terrified anyway going to have to read words load for the first time i'm convinced someone's going to me on the shoulder. This was great but you know they are. You know to with all of that and you're sort of trying to trying to make that you're happy to be there and thrilled and all you want to do is color into a fetal position under the table Sue you dealing with a lot but then you also get to play the first time and and you want to give your best because you want people to think we deserve to be here and you want to try and start making those connections and and sometimes that happens and sometimes it doesn't i think We start reading. The we've got lost things together. I was going through the strip and the characters began to bubble and comes life. Come into focus in a way that can never be when you're sitting in your in your bedroom and i'm reading the novel and trying to imagine what it might look like when you pair of boots on and if you do that with your hair a little i talked to and and it was. I think it became a very important moment for establishing war. We're going to be informed. I mean those reach on thing because you get some actors who just sort of mumble the way through it. you don't really commit to it because they don't wanna really vulnerable is the first time the character sort of starts to make itself hug because unless you've been home practicing in front of the mirror which is then you know it's the first time you kind of let the character stop to try and with and with this it was. It's so much about what their relationship is like so he was first attempt to start to see what that is. She was a very of all the returns on evidence for anything. This was the most important one in terms of the process was in a way we because we wouldn't get much john's towards we'd be filming. Yeah so it was the first time on. Possibly the only time that we got a i go going oud. Who write your or your your color. And this color. And i know when i do this. That seems to work off you quite well and it really did feel like adjusting to each. Nfl like a dance. like going. all right this is how we move together and this is how this bit of my body works when it's going into your body but all felt quite like it was going to walk. Sometimes you like old. yeah. I can't know i thought i was going to be able to do a little heff. But all that felt positive into the forward forward motion to borrow a mac and constricting. And i i not necessarily able to say what they were but if felt like we were discovering things a lot yes through read through that then informed yesterday got very instinct at nebulous. It's hard to pin down. It did feel like it was. It was a positive evolution. Yeah yeah we traveled through the ages with these characters as mentioned before. Because he's done. Most of those are sort of one. Does seem to seem in sixty soho. There's a scene in the ancient room and of course because of the way filming schedule walk. She visit them intermittently over. The sort of five always looked forward to do one of those. Yeah exactly they were always great fun to do. It's a brilliant sequence brilliantly written and of course each one was was a usa opened his own right and we didn't stint on this production. We went to shakespeare's globe. We took it over three hours and and filled it well with straw supporting artists. And you know that was one of the joys of it being production that had been a half behind that all these worlds were beautifully created and it did feel like the real dressing up box game. Yes i don't get to change. Like i decided that mike is there fell as just sort of stayed looking pretty much to say like if you find a nice waistcoats in the victorian era he just keeps it like. That's the thing and so when we got to do they're going through history stuff. I got to really jess. Which was i love everyone. Because the makeup wardrobe go to. I think every excited ancient room. Today we'd see each other out tagging like this and on their interesting relationship. It's it's almost deeper than a friendship though. Because they've known each other for such a long time they meet each other through all of history there almost like a marriage on mean they are to hobbs of the same being by the end of the story. They didn't know each other so well and they have such a they know what each other lights and ultimately they never want to really hurt each other but they bicker a lot. You know and they'll fight. But i think underneath there's a real respect for each other it seems like a real sensitivity to each other but with the law of eye ruling and a low of incredulous. Looks enjoying what your role is the other one. You know like a lot of that is i. Get to be the sort of old for goodness sake that there's a real as far as humor. I'm going to recognize well. Neal says he's favorite in the whole series. Is the one bit that we made up together. I won't say that is no. I guess you just told us it did happen lulls but it but there were moments. I guess that got one moment which has made it into the final but he told the characters of there during the page of the novel and they were definitely there on the page of the script. So i mean just the basic premise all about relationship and the context is in is funny and enjoyable to it's sort of baked into them and kneels. Writing is so great that it's that it's either but also come up with anything better known but i think we are. I think one of the things that is similar of as actors. I think that say tell is is that we are quite without changing. The words were quite improvisational actors in that we can. We can play around with scenes and mine's without necessarily changing the dial interesting. Yeah bike i would be very one of the most enjoyable things about activities being surprised by the choices that he's made for things all that's really enjoyable choice. I would never have thought of that. And that. and that's like improvising in a way is like oscar. But you're not sticking with the lines you just bringing a whole lot of creativity to what you do. And that's what so enjoyable to act with him than to actually ever. Yes been surprised by something. Michael can all go to this. I was felt like an improvement. Volvo is sometimes the experience that.
Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards's Daughter Sami Calls Mom's House 'Abusive,'
"Let's talk about charlie sheen and denise richards. He tend to forget that they were together because like so much happening in the world but they have a daughter and her name sammy. She's seventeen years old and just like we see many of times. These teenage celebrity kids have a platform. It's called tick taha hood where where they now have this platform and there followed. Because not only do they have their friends and they can have a viral video in ten seconds but they're related to celebrities like charlie sheen and denise richards there her mom and dad and she says that she was in an abusive trapped in an abusive household little over a year ago been deleted. But you know once it's put on the internet it's there forever. We don't know who sammy was living with. Some of my sources are saying. It was on the denise side and sammy rancher charlie but we all know charlie's paths so we're left to just be like you know ooh She says now finally moved out of the hell. House had a spiritual awakening own two cats happy single full of self love and dropped out of high. Sam i agree with everything. Maybe except for the last part but You know she said she says and she looks much happier than than previous posts before. So it'll be interesting over the next few years actually with all these children who are younger like ten twelve and as soon as they get talk. They don't realize the magnitude that a post even though they've lived the life they have this platform. Now where the simplest thing where you think. You're you're telling mom and dad you know you're just writing them out or just trying to be goofy. It could go viral
Britney Spears, Sam Asghari Announce They're Getting Married
"Breaking story at the top of the show. Britney spears and her boyfriend. Sam are engaged after nearly five years of dating sam's manager. Confirm this in a statement as page six saying the following. Britney spears and sam made their long standing relationship official today and a deeply touched by the support dedication and love expressed to them. Then the manager added a very odd statement telling us who the rings designed by seems like a little bit of a product placement. Garrett felt like i was watching the bachelorette or bachelor or something the press release confirming engagement. Just say confirmed together. They're really happy but then they went on to say or roman mellon v. I think i'm pronouncing that correct from new york. City is the ring designer. He couldn't be more happy to be involved in this one of a kind ring. So there's actually a statement from the designer the we just very strange to think sam's rep also represents the ring designer. There's something that's not quite right here. Here's a thing ruptured or something like this when the when britney's team and the ring designer putting out statements in what reality of everyone listening. Maybe there's a good what one to two percent of people that could maybe possibly come close to affording some some ring like this one of the kind ring like why even give mention of getting a ten percent discount. It's elliot while you just hit the nail on the head coach. I would predict. I know this is just speculation. I would predict the ring is free and it was given on the condition of publicity celebrities. Do this all the
Coast Guard Investigating Reports of Oil Spills After Ida
"The Coast Guard is investigating reports of possible oil spills in the Gulf of Mexico resulting from hurricane ida the Associated Press first reported the possible spills after reviewing the aerial images taken by the national oceanic and atmospheric administration they show a miles long black and brown slick floating near a large rig with the name enterprise offshore drilling painted on its helipad the company says its enterprise two oh five Rick was safely secured and evacuated prior to the storm's arrival and did not suffer any damage in the storm but the Coast Guard is dispatching aircraft to investigate reports of a slick south of port for shown Louisiana the Coast Guard spokesman says aircraft will also fly over major oil refinery along the Mississippi River south of New Orleans after a report of a rainbow colored sheen in the flood waters there Ben Thomas Washington
"sheen" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Literally down the motorway to the other go. I don't know right that's david cameron's constituency and they're all lovely the and have a lovely time and then back at home right. Come from the shitty amyloid spell and so it sort of came out of that. And i got more involved with those things after we finish. The fashion stayed in touch. And eventually i thought. I don't want to just turn up and have a photograph taken or put my name on something i wanna. I got more than i can do. I've done. I've been very lucky. Auburn money i've got kind of access to media and people wanting to me about stuff and and and i care about this stuff and i feel still connected. You know i feel like. I've got accessible to go and talk to people in westminster and be in someone's room some pills estate in patel you know. There's a potential channel of information that and these are the people who know what's really going on and yet these the people who are making the decisions and that doesn't seem right and so they need to be connected up. I'm people will listen to me now and again until i fuck up i. I'm so so. Like i say the circumstances in my life where suddenly i didn't have to be in america. I didn't have to you know my daughter was doing her own thing that it all came together and i thought well either a either i take a step forward air or have to take a step back because there's too much it's just too much otherwise i can't do both things and so i decided i would take step forward so at that point decided that i would know the acting would be there to support stuff because i felt i was in a fortune of position to go. Well people offer me stuff. I don't have to be your decision anymore. And there's enough work for now and that window won't be open always but for this period of time there's enough work for me to not have to worry about that side of it and so let that support the other stuff now and so. That's what i decided to escape. And also just that's all it takes. Isn't it just takes one person in each community to be that conway and we live in a world. Where that just doesn't i think even like the old days the lord of the manor would have got. I'm clever enough to go every now and again i'm gonna throw big. Do some stuff other people. So that they don't know a but like it seems like now that's that doesn't have the people aren't community minded and i know like wales has that community and has been through south. Wales has been through so Soup in three months together to it again. Now you know ford just declared that they were closing enbridge. End the steelworks patel. But we still don't know what's going on with these at these. Are the things that we're kind of that. Took over from the old mining industry and under heavy industry in the area and those are under threat now again and it's really scary at a time when budgets have been cut and come every year for many years. Now it's really frightening more happened to the communities again and it's weird. I think like saying if an active as go. You won't acted stop. You had just being back to doing this way. But then if donald trump becomes president united states go. it's all right to forget. Tv's that'd be. I mean you were allowed to be interested in your own community or whatever you want to be interested in. But it's sort of interesting that that that that's what you're doing is exceptional newsworthy. Sort of odd isn't it might be i. I understand why people suspicious of celebrities to because fair enough. It should be see. We should be suspicious. Anyone who's to say that they're trying to do that kind of stuff. I mean great. If it's the results does it do the things that you realize are once you stop working in those various other people go along. You're going to be around for. Is this just something that you're doing for a couple of weeks like you just into this for whatever reason or you here for the long haul and i think it does have to be in the results like you going to do it. And what's not acceptable. But the thing. That's unusual is the things that i do really like grammar and high cost credit not really not many people interested in that people work in that area. And it's not the glamorous stuff and i think people are surprised like why. Why are you doing this. So i i. I'm not at all worried by people. Say being suspicious of motives on whether you're doing it like you have to. You have to really you know. Get into a and commit time almost more than anything. So that's fair enough. I yeah. I talked to him is terrific and it's clearly something you feel strongly about talbot a sick to that. Nobody wants to do any of that. Stuff is just meet forcing them as a middle aged thing is is it real. Is it connected back to your child. Somebody or is it just. I've had a nice life when you have because it was like there was the news reports to be given up acting fascist. I was gonna fight now michael. She turns his back on nazi. In wales i mean. There's a film it not michael. She nazi i think it was a combination of things. There's again circumstances. Definitely a kind of reconnection. Where i came from you know like i said i've never even though i've lived away. I'm always there all the time. And on the i think there is a kind of cyclic thing. I'm certainly. I don't know if you are around this age where you start to kind of go right post things that i was into. I think i talked about this on david's thing but those things into those things i was into when i was a teenager that i thought were just on the way to be interested in other things on there really meaningful to me like they really matter to me. They've been important parts of my life. And i think there's something like that going on about you. Come but i never thought i would live in patel would again. I never thought that would happen. But i didn't think that would about returning home. And i'm going back to where you came from the things that shaped you and the things that made you care about the things that you do. There is definitely something. And there's also definitely something in just being the mid lacing because at a point where i was stunned to think. Oh my god it's downhill from this. You know i felt like. I'm not a young einstein together. Worried about mortality. And all that stuff. Suddenly i had hold you lisa life like a whole new kind of i. Don't think of it as a career but certainly you know i was doing different things. I was focussing on things. I'm thinking about things that i wasn't wasn't my in my wheelhouse. You certainly wasn't my comfort zone. And that really did kind of invigorate a lot of things for me so definitely my stone. Yes talk it up but you still are active obviously going onto where else oh good omens is. I love the with your david. It's fantastic. I love that. That just that basic question of good and evil. And i'm sort of milton about. Why with the devil do this stuff. If he must know what. He's read the bible. I what's coming sort of helping Helping the has loads of things that are pretty good omens but That neil and.
"sheen" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"With michael shane. Yes loss is for you. Kind of wife and said icon. Do this con- 'cause you're 'cause you 'cause i've gone back tomorrow. Devon never come back wins news tomorrow. I think i would have done i. I'll tell you my thought process they right. We're filming on wednesday. Who's available. And i heard you say on this podcast that you pretty much available all the time and go on crystals and i thought it would be fun and who do i think has a range of knowledge. I think we'd tonight. I think we'd win together. You know music music. I don't know richard herring. Adam buxton all right go bucks. Buckley's buxton wasn't any since me and steve pemberton. Oh which is equal. I'm very happy but you're definitely yeah. I watched that could be made. Because i know what i was gonna ask about. The taste is well. Let's talk about the tanks. I like whether it's when you get when you win the tabloids chase they say all the people furious on twitter with they were they were very significant for the low because he would you off at one hundred grams five to grand and the girl before you that i in seventy thousand pound. That's right and you didn't even go over five thousand and let me remind you of the twenty one points in the final round who scored seventeen. If i if i hadn't got back to the final round you can have lost one hundred seventy thousand seventeen people who really know how to play the chase. Understand why i made that show for. You are meters. Oh pointless celebrity was played playing the base. You tried to do. Mr sheen joke at the beginning and then there was a question about pie. Which new got for you. If i've been on your team how many places to give you look like you've had a little pie in your life. Yeah people got upset. They calling mark fat on the whole missing the show. The thing bradley says every week is mark. Levin the beasts teaser fucker. Me saw something. Something you know won't stop quitting because it was about it wasn't even you know life in the spirit of the show may pie joke colin monk. Terrible you still wake up because it was. It was right down to ten seconds to go. You had a chance to pull one back. He said indonesia's philippine. Yeah do you regret you still wake up at night and thinking about it. I don't because i got seventeen of the twenty one so. I don't think i'm the one who should be answering these critical questions. Talk to martin bell. The people on twitter did say he. You know he did well in the last round though. I mean it's a cliche but a different thing when richard. It's not the same as being in your living room. It's really i'm gonna. Have you ever done tipping point. I'm doing tipping point in july fantastic. I my aim is to do. Every single british quiz is my. I was gonna suggest it comic relief but i missed too late now because i'm saying it published. I was going to see if one year. I do every single british quiz show but try to get away with no one knowing me. That's going in character a different character and then at the end of the year oncoming they would show the clips. I'll be able to go. Oh my god. It was comedian. Michael sheets and it would satisfy my weird obsession with british quiz show. I would love to do typically interesting because the very first time i watched tipping point with ben shepard. I thought this shit. This is the worst thing in the fad board walked away. Why is this the tv. i love it. I love me and my mom all the time. I get my mom to the chase. Celebrities a pointless particularly pointless celebrities. I'm now tipping point tipping point any tactics because it's working out where the goal things going to. I'm looking forward to the conversation. Because i'm just going to bench him tons. They asked me where it's gonna. Let's see scrap to him. It's random. I think i think why we talk about. This is going to happen in second. Let's just stand here enjoying each other's company until it comes happening did you see bob mortimer on. I think bob mortimer had the same idea as me at one point. I'm going to be on edge quiz show. Because he was on every question for awhile boots and he was fantastic. Yeah he was so good. I loved him boy but is quiet. Read to see your big hollywood star. You don't have to do these kind of shifts. Don't like this like this. Even someone like me. I love going on was on public. O- the other that is wales's welsh language that as wales these wells language soap opera turned up. I can't even speak well. I turned up as a doctor or one seen in public. Because i send you can be stuff. Remember when ian mckellen clearly went. I don't give a fuck. I'm gonna do pantomime and i'm gonna do clinicians to remember when he did that. You went through that phase. I love that. But i love it to. I think it's a very actors who you're very serious. Antony do the serious stuff really. Well you do the comedy throughout. But it's great to just so i can do. You can do. Different types of the main reason is because so. My daughter grew up in los angeles in america with them up. And so i ended up living there to be with my daughter and so i was so i was forced out of essentially forced to have a career with integrity. 'cause i couldn't be here to do the stuff i actually wanted to now. The my daughter is.
"sheen" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Angry vengeful and clubs. Brian clubs family with very against the book. They didn't tall and so when it was announced that we were doing a film based on the book they were very feld and we tried to say films based on. It's based on those events. But it's not hasn't got bad tomes much more celebrate tree and and and much more kind of a rounded hopefully portrayal of of club but they they very much kept us on right and which i was reading said about because i mean i understand it but i was hoping that even after the film come out maybe there would be some some kind of connection because you know you concentrate on planes someone like i i loved it did genuinely kind of love full of contradictions and it can be very cruel at times and could be nasty to people and stuff but he was. He was an extraordinary. A great man i would say and and so afterwards i really. I really wanted to some kind of sense of not approval. But some kind of validation. I suppose from that but The inch when we were filming it. So it's it's partly about his time at darby and then also partly about his timing leeds united and when we were shooting the dhabi. Bits we we We were filming a. I think it was the oldest football grammont in britain. Time in chest chesterfield. I think and we were about to go up to leeds until matt allen road and with all re-creations of the leads team at the time and ola and we got a message from united. Saying we've We've been in contact with the players that are represented in the In the film and they not happy about this so unfortunately. You can't use the name legion. I can't use the case. You can't use any of the names of the players. Can we fill rough way through sweden to send the writer. Peter morgan and the producer to meet the the ex players and kind of say. We're not going to be a hatchet job on you. You're not gonna look bad in it. This is absolutely celebrate and eventually they agreed and then the opening five minutes. The film is footage of all those players being the dirtiest players and there was a screening in leeds. I didn't make that. I think it was a near riot. You know is such a dramatic such a brilliant thing to notice. The drama remains there. Lots of people organs genius. So i date so he took did all the things that i played tony blair in three of them. He wrote stumped united. he wrote frost nixon. He's done the crown recently as well and His his he's brilliant in all kinds of ways but his genius is if for seeing drama. Whether you'd never think was like the thought it'd be interesting to the queen. And i will you know even frost nixon. He just gets all not only. Is that interesting dramatically but it also gives your audience the thrill of lifting the veil. And see it's like seeing the wizard behind the curtain and as you get to see what it's really like. I mean has a brilliant kind of sense for that and he definitely go in with cloth i remember him saying to me because i got a bit pissed off because all the things we do the other one is always the interesting character blair and brown in the browns. The interesting code. The queen queens the interest. When am i got you one. Brian cloth fair enough but is that is good and they were horrible to sport leads in those days. They were horrible and that's just the fact that he was was thirty forty two days. Yeah important something amazing that and remember must be quite seventy four yeah. I saw them play against bristol. I was living bed. Dan southbound good alaska to mercy question to get me out of this. We hold of being robot you said and i would always do you think would be cheating if i had sex with you when you were being the robot in only we wait. You haven't bought the bomb. Have no so i had to so i i was i had to be scrapped in to a contractual. I had a big steel rod up my back and i was strapped to it. Yeah yeah and then there. Was this guy the computer desk and he programmed the movements of the behind the bond it would just. It'd be like and i had to be struck to the nba. When i came with me to the bar. I couldn't shake. Like i really still. And i if someone was to get in the way the track dead. I had no control over the thing. The machine it would just kill them. I can't believe i can do that stuff with cgi. Now i've been made just i. Just let's get shane in unless you're only give him a fucking roller coaster ride say. Cgi i might it to wear when you do the. They didn't actually take they. Didn't you have to wear green the green you seeing that thing by people wear a full green open. I'm the circus looking. Like kermit or something you know being and so you have to wear green because then that they can use the green to put the cj on so. I had to wear the shining bartender and the top off and then instituted green luggage. And i'm walking on sat everyday. Upper half james loa to walk on the everyday with jennifer lawrence hoping to impress idiot. Nevermind i lost much discussion on what was going to be. Something else is going to be back. I've got some new ones at the bank. Revenue new backrooms. I'm gonna ask wake of that. What's your greatest weakness. That's what they were asking tori candidates yesterday bush. Your biggest weakness is a job interview. If i see a field of wheat clear. All the stove invetment batman around the sides. The worries that you'll come and see my stones one day and i built that much in a day for months my earrings my now when asking on this. I don't know enough yet. You know. I'm really disappointed because i i'm on holiday at the moment endeavor. Yeah i'm not even here this is. Cgi this for david lynch reds are there. Is this like in lost highway where that guy is both in the party in hollywood but he's also in the person's house it's considering the phone. I'm looking at my stupid fucking kids in going on holiday. Kids is the fucking worst thing is like being nice like being your life except you have to be with them all they don't go away or is much harder than just a normal day. I'm delighted to be on my way here. I got an email saying. Oh pointless celebrities. Which i've been on a couple of times have mentioned it. I asked you to come on on wednesday..
"sheen" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast
"Are new to the podcast or at your out the podcast and want to listen to the again. That's all fine. Yeah this week's guest is michael. Shane berry excited about this one. I'm a bit of a fan boy. As we as i discuss in this one i met him once and shake his hand. Had to my catch all over my fingers. I think i discussed that and was there slightly norville so is a lovely of michael to come and do this absolutely one of the best actors of his generation but also very interesting comedy very interested in great charitable works and a down to earth and lovely man. I have to say. I hope we can hope i'd be his friend. He invited me to be as guest on pointless the same week. This and i couldn't do it because i was on. Hold on. i think. I came back from holiday to do this because we had to book holiday and i was very disappointed. I couldn't do pointless of michael shayne. 'cause i'm sure we would have become best friends. Forever mean it would have been me doing that. Zoom show with him almost certainly so He talks about lots of great stuff including ufo's good bit about ufo's and this one was recorded at kings place which michael didn't realize and that is why he was slightly late for the podcast again. I'm show we discussed that I'm a big fan of thirty rock. And you know unexplained one of the jokes in thirty rock. Tim in case you hadn't got it but i think he got it and apart from that we had a very nice time and yeah hope to get him back on again. I do remember we are doing a new series of rallies in august-september toby you can come buy tickets to see most of them live. Some of them are sold out but we are doing a livestream as well All the proceeds of which will go to the hospital. That helped my cancer and to the museum of comedy. If you fancy watching live streams of that and i think that'll be available for some time after you don't have to watch them live and i'm not sure they're gonna go out on youtube at all. So if you wanna see videos go to g boxoffice box office dot com slash hollister per if you are a monthly badger or if you become one before you buy these tickets go faster. Stripe don't come such badges. You'll get fifty percent off all of your tickets. Whether it's a season pass just wanted to one of the shows and we love life you could buy even just one ticket to one of these live streams and the beneficiaries will be fantastic charities and if it works out we might do it again so. Let's sit back. Relax and enjoy rohullah sta with michael. Shift sir michael shane. I'm gonna make that bold assessment. Now that's who he is.
"sheen" Discussed on JustATouchof_J
"Up. Lots and you can't need if any out there going through told you what to do and especially on my say this again man stopped leaving your relationship because it's hard stock. Some awful to the next to the next next sheen. Messing.
Justice for the Victims of Anneewakee
"Since the initial lawsuits against dan. Wake you were filed. Their had now amassed a total of eight different lawsuits including up to thirty one defendants associated with anna waiheke and over one hundred and thirty plaintiffs. The first to go to trial was one involving patients from the in a wiki. North campus in rock mart for girls. Terry was one of these plaintiffs. Actually what happened. The five girls which i was one of them. Three of us were able to testify. They hadn't even gotten to the boys yet. It was really scary testifying in court but at the same time. It was a good feeling. Because i had a lot of anger because i felt like i had been stripped. Four of my life with my parents growing up. I was robbed those years and ended up coming out with really no education and Probably more problems so it felt really good to be able to testify. I'm and share about the manual labor that they made us do day in and day out in the abuse the physical abuse the sexual abuse just to be able to get that all out and hold them. Accountable was really a good feeling and it helped me personally to lack. Go and move on wishing eight to nine to form growth war in that also dropped gal. They couldn't take or they were fearful or they were frightened in suspicion but nonetheless We ended up with four pat says the proceedings that took place in this first civil trial or shocking in showing the abuse the girls had endured at the rock mark campus difficult as it was the plaintiffs testified in gave their stories in the one case that much to trial the four rural. They've worked subject across combination. Almost the Sexual abuse visit privileges. Then would be the highest home visit if they told parents too much about what was going on. But which really going on and then come to find out that was all true. Asana sheen
6-Deck Continous Shuffle Vs. Random Number Generator
"Live in uk and enjoy the game of blackjack purely as a recreational player. sometimes it's expensive sometimes very cheap entertainment. We have no hand tables here. And i have to suffer. The dreaded continuous shuffle machines but during lockdown. I've been playing online with bet. Three sixty five appeared to have greater longevity and showing small profit over several months now eventually. Here's my question. Would there be an edge between six deck continuous sophomore sheen and random number generator. I know they're both dumb options to play black check. But i just have to scratch the ditch richard. Well your question I infer you believe that. Bet three six five is dealing from an infinite deck When you say random number generator am i. Don't think that's the case Even though it's an online casino many of them are dealing from e virtual six deck or a deck a- and you may be playing against live dealers in which case you can see you know how many decks they're using but anyway You said you're a recreational player so you're not counting cards and i. I really don't think it would make any difference at all. What your experience i've experiencing i think is just random fluctuation. Yeah the i have no black technologies to add what richard said but sense It is a lockdown because of the pandemic. you're not supposed to be scratching. Itches so just keep finding. That's the perfect thing to be doing doing lockdown.
In 'Kid 90' Soleil Moon Frye opens a time capsule about being young and famous in the '90s
"Did everybody here. this thing. That punky bursts doing solar moon. Fry things that are on streaming know. What apparently today on hulu. There's something called kid ninety. It's documentary that she put together so basically it's time capsule for jax cry and so if you're a gen xer that's awesome like did this. And she's like behind the whole thing. Okay but Yeah i'll check it out. Yeah it's on hulu today. I don't know much about it but kidney had me solely moon frye punky brewster. Yeah she did marry a producer like the guy that helps put together punk. Yeah punked sorry so that kind of stuff. It says. When i started the dock it wasn't meant to be all about me. I tried to make it about everybody but me. But you're watching. I guess you see that. She really did kind of know. Who's who of young hollywood at the time like punky brewster. Leonardo dicaprio kevin connolly. Brian austin green mark. Paul goss ler johnny lewis even charlie sheen. She lost her virginity at surely shave. Now here you go at one point. She listens to a voicemail from sweet sounding mark. Wahlberg greg lucky. She remarks that she's nervous to call him back. I don't blame. Geez she was everywhere house. Oh okay you're talking about something else. Mark wal mart and the funky bunch. That's what i'm saying. Is she knew she did.
How Stonewall Unified the LGBTQ+ Community With Activist Mark Segal
"In the mythology ising stonewall we talk about how it lasted three days as if it lasts three days just on its own and something i had heard before until your book was about how it lasted three days because you were writing chalk on the street come to stone tomorrow night. How intentionally kept it going. I mean you writing chalk on the street meet stonewall night like that spread information that that's like tweeting. Today we had no cell phones. We had no internet most couldn't afford a phone quite honestly. During some fifty sort of amazing. I would go out to various speaking engagements. Some of them were museums. Some of them were in schools. Everyone had it seems a different day. Oh went on for three days. Oh it went on for four days. Oh it went on for six days. How many days did go on is a good question for me. You went on three hundred sixty five days because right from the beginning we started organizing that includes from the street running on street tomorrow night to the third or fourth or fifth night. I don't remember which where we had leaflets on the street saying you know we're not going to allow the The police to oppress us anymore. This is our neighborhood. That's what is so that was in itself illegal. When we gathered at the steps of stone wall that was illegal homosexuals could not congregate to that was when we said. We're gonna fight the police. That was illegal. Everything we did in that first year was basically illegal and we wouldn't be stopped. We were going to be out loud proud and don't even try to stop us. I don't think i knew that. Part of history that it was illegal to congregate if you're gay. Yup that's why stonewall was so popular because if you were walking up and down christopher street all night long which is what i did with my friends. The chances argue would be stopped by the police sometime. The police that they saw drag queen will try to find out if they had three pieces of mail clothing on because that was the law. Others would be harassed. It wasn't a safe as you might think it would be so when you went into the stonewall it was a safe place it was a place you to be yourself. You could hold hand. You put your arm around somebody and more importantly to eighteen year old. You can dance sure. Now you mentioned. Marty robinson he with one of the co founders of the liberation front which was a group that really helped to forge. The foundation of our community was the gay liberation front. Was that group something that came out of stonewall or was it already in existence beforehand. There were many organizations before stonewall. The leading one in new york was mattachine and all my first or second week i tried to go in about a sheen. They said i was too young as i was leaving. That's where i met. Marty robinson who is coming out and he said you know these guys. They don't get it they don't understand what's going on in nineteen sixty nine. We just can't be doing once a year march. We need to do some more. He created the action group which i was a member off. There were many little groups or pockets of groups like that around new york somehow. After stonewall we all unite for the first time action roof aries lesbians. We got together. That's what created gay liberation front. He was the first united movement in our country from the grass. Roots up before that drag queens weren't allowed to be part of it before that streaking like me weren't allowed to be part of any movement so that change gay liberation front. That's what we were
Ali Ghodsi on The Past, Present, and Future of Big Data
"I'd love to start our conversation at the end. With what data bricks is today to level set for the audience. Exactly what you do what. Your focuses in what the business does for customers. Could you just walk us through as we sit here at the end of twenty twenty what the company looks like in the service or problem it solves for customers or seven year old company. We have about seventeen hundred employees and we help enterprises massive amounts of data and machine learning a and the data most enterprises. They've seen how silicon valley for tech companies have used data in a really strategic way to disrupt industries. They wanna do the same thing. But they don't have thousands of engineers that can help them build data apart from custom for their use case. We've built out and we enable them to do that. I would love to go all the way back into retell the history of distributed computing because everybody will have heard the term big data. This was a really popular term. Five seven years ago and i think that concept that term. The fact that he was being talked about in normal business circles was the result of progress in the world of distributed compute and storage. I'd love you to rewind however far back you'd think is appropriate to go. Maybe it's back to the two thousand six yahoo days tell the modern history of distributing computing. What it means and why so interesting and important. I think what happened. Is that around two thousands. We hit this wall because moore's wall in figure out how to make computers faster so everything started moving into these data centers new computer and it was a new data center in this data centers. Where you had under the thousands of genes people started collecting more and more data and the reason for this with multiple one was the price of storage kept going on so he became cheaper and cheaper to store all this massive amounts of data and no one wanted to throw it away and they heard there were some more that companies like we will have gone a lot of value out of data so they wanted to do the same thing secondly more and more people were connected on the thirties sites that had millions of users attached to it that were coming visiting decides those this aspiration that collect all the data. Maybe we can do great things with it. I think around two thousand and five doesn't six people still gonna know before. Take his new. They had typically an ad business the reflecting date other optimizing how to show ads the people the residents prices didn't really know what to do with it so this big data revolution sort of entered its first phase which is let's collect data on their amazing things we can do at once we get there. It's cheap wanna do it. So that's kind of what started on that time and people started collecting these things into data lakes. Massive massive data sets back then the measurement of success was. How much data do you have. We are very accessible. One pedal bike to data are where even more data go. They don't like has grown from one. Part of this is amazing. So i kind of the first dinner. What exactly was going on almost down to the hardware that was revolutionary. Back in the early to mid two thousand. That made some of this possible so people are used to having their own data on their own computer of rinse familiar with the term cloud. But i think early on everyone would think of clouds someone else's computer a computer somewhere else not under my desk somewhere else. What literally was happening from the hardware or software standpoint in the early to mid two thousands to make some of this possible in early two thousand. You would buy a big supercomputer as a lot of problems. In fact i remember berkeley. Who is the twitter and boever gay. Just they have one giant machine with process all the tweets. I don't remember how much memory but it was some gigantic amounts while. How did you get machine without much memories. That was the way it would get very expensive. Super-computer it would do all your competitions for you but as hit this moore's wall and it couldn't scale these computers are onto ninety five. The cpu speed stagnant computers. Getting faster and more computers are basically being three gigahertz since system. So that's kind of started meeting. We probably have to distribute. Our needs are not going on on the data. We have is not going down. The number beating processing capacity we need is just increasing exponential. We probably need more machines. So that's when. I started distributing ounce into data centers it soon became infeasible for every organization to manage thousands of thousands of machines on their own on prime so the cloud revolution kind of off said. Hey this is a utility. Why don't we manage august thousands of chance for you in the cloud. You can just use them. This also accelerate thinks 'cause now anyone could pretty much would credit cards start reading thousands of machines. This new computer in the cloud started storing things on very cheaply and get started. What was the harder. Challenge back then between hardware and the software needed to coordinate putting stuff into those systems and then accessing and pulling it out in a timely fashion what was the most innovation that happened to make that possible. Well actually if you think changed in the very early days the problem was there was so much data and the networks. Were not fast enough so in the cloud or whether your own bill center that you had the big innovation of map reduced the big thing. If you go back to a time was we have to move the computations close to the data you specify what you wanna do your data but then you had to sink all map produce which was really clever about. Let's move the code that runs on the state are closed today. Because there's so much data. We can't transferred over the network. We try to transfer it over to meth or the whole network will collapse. That was the name of the game back then and there was a lot of research on how to avoid. That turned up. You don't have need to do that anymore. Qc a little bit more about that. So i just wanna make sure i understand. So let's make the stupid simple. I've got a terabyte of data sitting somewhere on actual hardware and whatever it is. It's customer data or something. If i wanna do some sort of compute on top of that data run a query or produce some output. The network was the limiting factors. Just getting the data from there somewhere else to do. The computer was hard so some innovation was just do the compute and the same data center or something. Getting that right yeah. Let's take an example. Let's have data on how people have clicked on a website since you can't buy supercomputer anymore. You've probably distributed that over many machines. We have one hundred machines that drives and started on the horizon sheen's the the pedophile of how people have clicked on your website. But now you wanna compute something simple example. We just wanna see what's the average number of books on a particular link. Twenty years ago would be described the code the takes all those numbers in averages them and then go over all of the data sets but here to do that but would have to move all the data from these hundreds of machines through the machine. That's doing the competition. And i would just crashed in it. In fact we did that at uc berkeley. We were developing of spark. We crashed parts of networks. They called us up. What are you doing was transferring all this data from all these machines every other machine so that was name of the game in the early days. How do we avoid that. How do we actually move pieces of the competition. The average just while he's hundred machines let them compete at locally and send some kind of aggregates to you mentioned that originally that was a unique solve but then today. We no longer have to do it that way. So what's changed networking technology. Unlike some of us have just gone faster ambassador investor and they've also come up with dick needs is actually research that started at ups t they figured out how to configure the networks in his data centers in a way such that any two machines can completely at full speed communicate with each other. You can no longer collapsed and work with these heavy computations and in some sense these days the network has been completely merchandised. And it's no longer in your way so we no longer need to actually move the code close to the data and that's happened around. Two thousand nine doesn't ten eleven today. Virtually everyday center every public cloud provides. You really really fast networks. That just won't get in your way.
Legacy Of Muslim Travel Ban Will Be Hard For Biden To Erase
"Expected to sign a bunch of executive orders when he takes office tomorrow, including one rolling back the so called travel ban on immigrants from majority Muslim countries, But that policies legacy won't be easy to erase. Here's NPR's Joel Rose. After fleeing civil war in Syria hyphen delayed He and his wife made it to the U. S in early 2017. They hope their daughter and her family would soon follow. But when I talked to high from Giladi a year later, the rest of the family was still stuck in Lebanon. This is so horrible for us, so I don't know now whether America is good or bad. The body and his wife got into the U. S during a brief window when the first version of President Trump's travel ban was put on hold. In the months that followed, Legal battles raged until the Supreme Court ultimately upheld a slimmed down version of the ban. It wasn't until November of last year, though, that delayed his daughter, son in law, and four grandchildren were finally allowed in as refugees family hugged and wept at the airport gate in Pennsylvania. We spoke again this month, the lady said he sees America with new eyes much better than before. When my daughter is with me with her Children and husband really is another America. Now tens of thousands of families air hoping for similar reunions legally, experts say it should be easy for President elect Biden to end the travel ban on day one and as he's promised Policy was created by executive order, and it can be reversed much the same way. But immigrant advocates say the hard work is still ahead. It's not just what they conduce the stroke of the pen. As important as that is, it's just simply step one hobby. Damn. Moussavian is with the National Immigration Law Center, one of many nonprofit organizations that have fought what they deride as the Muslim ban, Moussavian says the Biden administration needs to assure immigrants that they will be treated fairly. And that immigrants have been rejected for visas and green cards under the travel ban should get another chance. People like Pamela Rajabi, I miss him. Don't need those arms holding me tight. Making me laugh. Rajabi has been separated from her husband for more than two years. Her husband off Sheen. Rajabi was born in Iran and lived in the U. S illegally for years. They met in Seattle, where she lives as a U. S citizen. After they got married. He applied for a green card, but his application was denied. At that point, we were devastated. Under the rules Rock. Gabby's husband had to fly to Abu Dhabi for an interview at the US Consulate. They knew it was risky because of the travel ban, but she says they were trying to do the right thing. Now he's stuck overseas. It's an insult, but we will keep trying. Immigration Hardliners, though, say it would be a mistake to end the travel ban completely. Jessica von is with the Center for Immigration Studies, which advocates for lower levels of immigration. She says. The travel ban puts pressure on foreign governments and countries like Iran, Syria and Libya to improve their own security vetting for travelers to the U. S. The burden should be on these countries. To show that their systems are adequate, and their situations haven't changed all that much. But even some national security experts say, banning all travelers from a country wasn't the answer. Just feel the narrative that the U. S discriminates against Muslims. Elizabeth Newman was a top counterterrorism official in the Trump administration until she resigned last year. These bands damaged our nation's reputation. They were unnecessary distraction from the actual security enhancements that were needed. Newman says. The travel ban tarnished the U. S is image around the world. One more part of the band's legacy. She hopes the Biden administration will begin to undo Joel Rose. NPR NEWS
Jennifer Lopez to Perform at Joe Biden's Presidential Inauguration
"This is daily. Bob guys j.lo's world and we're just living in it. She just dropped her sexy new music video in the morning where she gets completely new more most of it her body's just you know we don't even need. We don't need to go down that road again. We've talked about that body enough Her eternal glow up. In general hotness are featured on the february issue of elle magazine. i'm obsessed with blue cover. sheen unreal And then he news broke the story just a short time ago that she is performing at biden's inauguration lady gaga is going to be singing the national anthem Jaylo what do you think. She's going to sing at the inauguration. You don't really have a choice on what you sing. It's kinda sorta like an adult. You know like talent shows you remember beyond say sung at james at last a lot of controversy would etta james so you're connoisseur to at the beck and call of the president and the vice president but i have a feeling she's going to pick a tune that has to do with women empowerment because she is a kamala fan. I don't think it's going to be one of hers. Classic okay
"sheen" Discussed on WSB-AM
"WSB Atlanta's news and tied president Trump releasing a video via Twitter, conceding the election and really taking the task. What happened at the Capitol yesterday while the relays and just a couple minutes With the news, weather and traffic update. But before we do that our buddy Ross in Gainesville joins us on the program. Ross, Come here a minute. I want to talk to everybody loves Russ in Gainesville. But what something else that is universally beloved Russ. You know, I'm thinking, Charlie Sheen. Everybody loves Charlie Sheen. I would say everybody loves Martin Sheen. I don't know about Charlie Sheen. I think there's some people some ladies in l A in the nineties that don't love Charlie Sheen. Well, you know, I read this yesterday. That's why I brought this up because they say he lost his mansion. He moved into a small apartment. And nobody will hire him and Hollywood accept commercials. So one thing he's doing to make money if he's still in videos to you personal that is, But I'm gonna buy 10 Cameo. You're talking about cameo. Yeah, exactly. I'm gonna I'm gonna get you know Charlie Harper, which is what is on the show to tell me how to pick up girls or something. I bet that's pretty expand. How much do you know how much it's gonna cost? Because it depends on the How much for your $100 s So the bigger the celebrity. You've heard a cameo guys. This. This suits like a celebrity video service. One of my wife's uncle's Got one from Peterman. Oh, no kidding, J. Peterman. That's fantastic. So the bigger the star like J. Peterman's probably less than 300 bucks, Right? That's probably 40 bucks or something like that, Um, $40.40 dollars. So my cameo I got I got a message from cameo. Asking me if I wanted to do the service, which is where you could. You could send it a cameo and say Hey, and basically I have to say whatever the hell you want, right? Like I have to say Russian gaze was most handsome, handsome man in the whole county or whatever you are you there's no editorial have to do it. Um But I didnt First of all a Who's going to pay for that, right? What? What could I charges? Charlie? She's getting 300 bucks. Like what do I get $2? Yeah, maybe 50 and I would just feel weird doing it like Super Strange. Yeah, like really suit like I'll do a video for free. Like I do that a lot of on Father's Day. I like every year I behave if you want a video for your dad or your mom like I do that on Twitter. I would just feel really weird. Not that Charlie Sheen should feel weird. He's Charlie Sheen. I'm just Mark Erin, but I don't know. I don't know if I could do that. Russ, would you would you do videos for money? Yeah. What do you talk about? You know it. Yeah. What's that? Rice? You look great on TV. I mean, you could be a movie star. That's that's ah 100% makeup rush, but thank you, but we have to make up. These guys will tell you I'm a four. When you put the makeup on, I bump up to a six But the UN makeup to Mark Aramis before I don't know. I just felt I declined cameos like a no one's like how embarrassing that be like, Oh, yeah..
Another Mysterious Monolith Suddenly Appears — This Time In Romania
"Just thought it was safe. Remember talking about that Noblest about monolith That was in You know the hinterlands utah well and it suddenly disappeared. Well another one has suddenly appeared. This time in romania just in case you're keeping track of the ever revolving monolith as it seems to be making. Its way around the world. Is that the same one. Eight fifty now thirteen ten. Kfi thirteen ten kfi. Gay dot com northern colorado's voice mornings with gail via the collision specialist studios. Yep less than two weeks after authority stumbled literally across that mysterious metal object standing freely in the utah desert kind of looked like a giant and just days after disappeared while a similar monolith has been reported nearly halfway around the world. Oh those aliens pissy. Aren't they where in. The world is the monolith residents in the romanian city and for you of romanian descent. I apologize if i mangle. The city's name but residents in the romanian city of piatra nipped said they have found another odd item. That could have been ripped from the set of two thousand one. A space odyssey local newspaper reported by npr reports that the monolith like the one discovered in. I believe it was southeastern. Utah is about ten to twelve feet. Tall apparently composed entirely of a dimly reflective metal. It was reportedly found that standing on a plateau near archaeological site overlooking the city journal. Fm local radio station there recorded video the purported revealing an eye aching sheen and looped markings among its are along at surface. Now apparently not the same one so here enter. Andrei cal cal. Bolivia mayor of piatra neom. Well he appears to be taking the news in stride saying there's no reason to panic for those who think there is still life in the universe this according to a translation of a facebook post that he posted after the discovery surfaced on friday according to this translation by the independent he went on to say my guess is is that some alien cheeky and terrible. Teenagers left home with their parents. Ufo and started planting metal monoliths around the world. i and utah and then at piatra nipped. I am honored that they chose our city now. The monolith in utah disappeared less than a ten days. After officers from the state's department of public safety for spotted authorities profess their utter confusion at its presence. In utah's country. They were no less confused by its sudden disappearance overnight on friday poof just like that and adventure. Photographer said that. He spotted for men dismantling of so. It wasn't alien. Maybe they were masquerading as human spot photographer. Saying he's spotted for men dismantling the structure this according to the new york times and all that was left of the structure on saturday morning. And you can fire up google earth and see. This was a triangular metal piece that used to be on top and a whole where the base of the tower stood this according to the salt lake. Tribune hey it gives us something other to talk about then the craziness going on. Well i suppose it would fall into that category but all of the bad craziness going on throughout twenty twenty now. The bureau of land management. Utah denied moving the structure. Well and as for that. Those so mysterious monolith in romania kabylia's said he had no answers himself but that he wouldn't be all that upset. If the found mystery happened to attract tourists to city adding beyond the conspiracy theories. That can be tempting. I'd like to see this randomness as further proof that our city is special for the earthlings. And maybe not only for them as the monolith mystery deepens
Painting Exterior Brick
"You're listening to the beautiful mess podcast this week. We're talking all about painted exterior brick. I've learned so much from painting three howson row and this last time we things a little bit differently and learned even more. I know the painting brick can be controversial but we're passionate about how much it can improve home like my nine thousand nine hundred ninety s half brick half stucco home. The difference is night and day. it's magical also answering a listener question about wedding registry. Must have this. Week's episode is sponsored by leah lonnie. We'll chat more about them later in the sewed all right. Let's talk about painted brick. This is very controversial. Like you know the comments get heated. It's funny to me that it's even do people care a lot about painting brick and they care a lot about how you store display. Your books are some controversial topics universe. Okay i saw. How many times have you painted the exterior brick of a home. Not one not two but three times all right so first of all about five years ago. We painted our first home when we moved to nashville and we painted about a year after we moved in and we lived there for four years with the brick painted nowhere and tear except for the front porch where we step down on it and it's like also rains on and little bit different. That would touch every year but the rest of the brick nowhere and tear whatsoever and also like painting. A floor is very different from painting a wall. Yeah we all know the obvious and then our last home so you know that we famously moved into a house and moved out four months later so we painted that home it was it was it was an unintentional flip as soon as we realized we needed and wanted to sell it quickly. I scheduled my local painter to campaign to any came the next week and painted it and he did a great job It was very quick. It made it faster mo- We'll talk more about that later in the episode Whether or not it adds value is definitely like a big question and then our current home where we just moved to. We had it painted a couple of weeks ago. And we used a new material that we've never used before romo bio paint and it is a lime based paint so it's natural it's nontoxic it's not actually paint but it's like painting brick with brick is how they say that if you feel it still feels like brick there's no gloss to it all there's no sheen to it all it's perfectly mad and it said to age really well over time and we thought it was cool that it was environmentally friendly and lasts a little bit longer so i also like that you've kind of tried a bunch of different so you can i mean i just feel like that lind's to your with painting brick so people are interested it's like oh well should i use this type this type or what's the most affordable way to go about it or whatever for shar so on that note let's get into some common things that people like to ask Are your neighbors okay with it. You're in a little bit of a cold sack. Yeah your neighbors are fairly close. Not like right up against your house but you can definitely see their houses from your house and yours is the one white one. Everyone else has unpainted brick. So every where we've lived out of these three houses it's been mostly brick homes and our home kinda stood out why it was never the only like especially where we live. Now there's quite a few brick homes in the subdivision but not right next to ours. So i think that it. I think that it does stand out but one of our neighbors ran right over the next after we did it and said to jeremy that they had always nicknamed our house the institutional looking house and now it looks way better so funny. That's a really nice really really nice osei and we also like yeah. We wanted to make sure that they liked it so it felt good to know that like they were cool with it. Our houses a little bit tucked back. So i didn't feel like it doesn't really like show like you have to be right. It is a little it to see it. it's not a house you would like to drive by when you were like out on a drive. Let's put it that way now. It's kind of tucked away in the hold a sack. But i also just my own perspective. Even if i have a neighbor who paints their house exterior something. That maybe i wouldn't have chosen. I always just seeing. When people are taking care of their homes. I feel like most neighbors feel that way. Of course you want to check if you haven't hoa and they have rules or your neighborhood rules and you're not allowed to paint certain colors or whatever of course check into that. That's very important. Because i think your neighbors might care on that one but on that i really think just like when you have neighbors who are taking care of their house. They mow their lawn. A take care of landscaping. They don't let things become kind of broken or in disrepair even if they painted a caller. That isn't my choice. Which love white. But if i didn't i would still feel like well. At least they're you know spending money on their home in up keeping it in like that's gonna make the neighborhood. Nice place overall just that people care and are putting love and money into their property.
Larsa Pippen Blames Kanye For Kim K. Friendship Demise
"This is sad but larger. Pippen is talking about her falling out with Kim Kardashian and she and sisters and saying that it's all Kanye West's fault. Because Kanye was brainwashed the Kardashians against her. If only it were that easy, right feel like it might be a little bit of the other way around. But tell me more well. Larsson. She's talking about a podcast talking about the rift beginning earlier this year because Kanye didn't trust anyone with Kim Kardashian, which led to Larson and Kim on following each other on Social media. Then Lars believes that Kanye got Kourtney and Khloe to turn on her, too, by making her out to be a bad seed, even though she said she had nothing but love for all of them. Oh, man, rich people problems. You guys. Just larcenous is a sheen Can you never had any serious altercations, But she does mention A new alleged incident between herself and Travis Scott that could've set off Kanye so she's just like it's everybody else's fault. But mine s o. I mean,
Episode 136 Mega Movie Monster Mania pt 1 - burst 16
"Or Bose Davidson whatever you. WanNa call it Yeah and the reason why I chose this is my second film. Today is because Bows Davidson, our boas whatever you WANNA call him. I think, I think you're right. But he also directed the last American Virgin Okay with a girl from twin peaks with the girl from twin peaks and Diane Franklin as well. But if you look down on that list also, Brian Peck, who was the director of the willies the writer and director is also in last American Virgin while and that was not planned I did not follow this movie to get to that movie somehow it just happened to have a weird coincidence. Weird Yeah I had no idea that Scuz- wrote directed at those crazy but it's the only thing they ever let him do. So right at that. Okay. You're done bows or boas whatever you WANNA call him and we gotta find out we really do the sky has been around for awhile. He's produced a ton of films the other to the Golan Globus skies probably just like Oh yeah. They just mountains of cocaine just we'll see what we can put together He directed a movie called Hot Bubblegum. Not Even GonNa read it sounds disgusting in his producing credits you're you're looking at all. A Weird Shit Ya. I don't know where to start. But a lot of horror stuff to walk pos spiders to breeding ground. replicant which I think we've talked about before that. Now that was a van Damme movie yeah. No Code of conduct that is a Golan Globus film. Okay. Sure. Yeah. And hold on a second holy Shit Sorry. Should not have brought that up no code of conduct was written and directed by Bret Michaels of poison. Why? I shouldn't have clicked on that Charlie Sheen and Martin. Shane marked the Costas. I'm sorry. Paul gleason courtney gains I should not click on that I. Apologize Everyone please just fast forward this podcast for another three or four minutes because I'm not going to be able to stop talking about this for a few. So just fast forward and. Put like a child walk on it or. Bret michaels. You should be should be ashamed of your so I should. But there's a ton of movies that this guy did but he also did a bunch of the Rambeau Shit I. Mean he produced I thought they were like three or four Rambos, but there's so much shit. I'm Kinda blind with how much has on there's probably five ramble. and. I could beginning him mixed up with somebody else to you now disregard this. I'm glad we don't have to try to say his name anymore the x
Imagine Large Sensor Computational Photography
"I recently published a piece on medium dot com titled. The case against full frame. Now the point of the article was that major camera manufacturers are relying least currently anyway. On the brute force of large sensors while smartphones are using machine learning to advance their cause. So in other words, I feel like we're in a real brains versus brawn kind of scenario here. And it got me thinking what if we had both? We saw a glimmer of what that could be with Olympics in the em one mark three in the EM X.. Combining computational photography with a larger sensor? Necessarily a full frame sensor but one bigger than in a smartphone for sure and aside from the specific processors in engines required to make this happen, we would need software to sort of pull it all together. And it seems to me that the pro raw format seems like a reasonable bow to tie everything up. Now. The thing about raw as we all know. It's kind of dull on its own. I mean we've met people like that as well. Right and a great potential. There's a lot you can pull out of them but. A lot of times when you first meet them, they just sit there. And kind of what a raw file does. And we can apply profiles to these raw files to you know have a better starting point light room does a good job of this capture when pro does a wonderful job of this so that the first thing that you see on your screen isn't so dull and flat sorta gets the conversation rolling bit gives us a little bit more of a palatable starting place. But what if we could go beyond the simple profiles? To computational versions that presented us with? Images that knocked our socks off I just like bang. So you upload the images to your computer and you open them up in whatever light room capture when pro and they start flashing on your screen and you're just going oh my gosh, those are beautiful. I mean that would be so cool and then knowing that their raw files as well. Because that would be the NEAT thing about this scenario, this melding of technologies. We would have the added benefit. Of being able to adjust those initial presentations with non-destructive tools. So, let's say that in this happens with my iphone shots all the time I take the shot and I'm looking on screen I'm going that's a lot better than I had anticipated. But at the same time going. Personally, I would like to deepen the shadows just a bit on this one. I'd like a little bit more contrast and the white balance is just a hair too warm I. WanNa cool that off. You know. So even though you have this really interesting shot that you're looking at her shows up initially on the screen, each of us has kind of our own thing that we want to do to it because well, we're photographers and that's what we do. We have a vision and we want that vision to be represented in the shots that we take. And, that's the big problem with just straight computational photography in that is not really our vision. It's the algorithms vision of that shot, which is fine. You. You can't mess up in a sense writing always always have a presentable shot. But if we're trying to do something that is us than well, that isn't it? In. That brings us back to the allure of pro raw. In the sense that we start out with something that's really nice. And yet we can do our own thing to it as well. Wow What a NEAT thought right. Remember George Bernard Shaw's quote that youth is wasted on the young. While I'm starting to understand a little bit more about what he meant now but to put it into photography terms, I would say that machine learning is wasted on the small. and. When I say small I mean small sensors right why do we have to choose between smarts in muscle right? Why? Why can't there be a melding of these two things? So, while you ponder that that very deep thought and let me say that again just in case you missed the sheen learning is wasted on the small. This is how I'm feeling these days.
"sheen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"In any accusation is in this film that the sheen raped them there's a long time ago because she was nineteen is now fifty four by the way he has denied everything in fact he has vehemently demott denied everything so but this is a story making the rounds again that's Charlie she had I wanna make sure I get this right Charlie Sheen is he is he is openly bisexual I don't know I don't know if he's ever said that and it didn't he announced that he's HIV positive tore my getting him mixed up with I think he didn't think he'd yeah he came out he announced that he was a try one part yeah so strange Hey a very interesting house in LA now when I go to LA stay with a friend in Beverly hills and there's a mansion in Beverly hills that is a total wreck it's been an eyesore for years they allow it to stay and they allowed to stand some falling down well guess who grew up in that house Liza Minnelli really yeah it was Vincent Minnelli her father the famous direct with you isn't Minnelli in Judy garland's house now it's right there on crescent drive in the battle of another street and for I I don't know why but I run by there whenever I'm out there I keep thinking why is this how why didn't they do anything about it I don't know what I mean whoever owns it just does not do anything to it and I'm looking at a picture this is in the society's taxes have someone a lot of that yet but they should they what somebody got inside the house and took pictures of it and it's a decrepit falling apart place it once was home to Liza Minnelli UP next Alice Stockton Rossini reports live from ground zero of the corona virus here in our area from new Rochelle that's next it's nine o'clock you're riding home service national and local stories and six it live from New York weeknights at six point seven K. W. O. R. radio station is forty six degrees at nine o'clock at morning Joe Bartlett the number of coronavirus cases continues to increase forty six confirmed cases now in New York City this is a one mile containment zone is being set up in new Rochelle to help stop the spread of coronavirus governor Andrew Cuomo drew a circle around the part of new Rochelle where he said there was a particular problem with corona virus it is what they call a cluster the numbers have been going up the numbers continue to go up darting Thursday a one mile radius around the center of where the outbreak started will be closed for public gatherings Erin could her ski A. B. C. news New York schools and houses of worship are going to be close but the mayor of new Rochelle known brand some telling let Michael this morning people are going to be free to move around those of us who are healthy adults should practice sensible social distancing should avoid large gatherings but in other respects should not withdraw the life and commerce of our community that would be an unjustified over reaction that would create its own problems the outbreak is causing havoc in the stock market again today president trump trying to contain the damage has entrances down today at the White House with Wall Street executives to get their input on what was stable as the stock market amid growing economic concerns about novel coronavirus president trump on Tuesday went to Capitol Hill to pitch Senate Republicans on a payroll tax cut as one way to stimulate the economy Karen Travers ABC news the White House after more than one thousand point gain yesterday the Dow futures are down seven hundred points at the moment one the story coming up with lumberman and Michael real part of the big three today Hey is Joe Biden wrapped up the democratic presidential nomination he won four more states last night including the big prize of Michigan a major blow.
"sheen" Discussed on KTOK
"Sheen and he recently revealed he turned down an offer for a last season because he was too afraid to dance I'm Carmen Roberts send this box thank Katie okay weather center and the four warn storm team partly cloudy chilly overnight with some patchy fog possible a low of thirty three sunny and mild and breezy on Tuesday with a high of sixty four partly cloudy on Wednesday Christmas day could be a record with a high in the mid to upper sixties on Thursday cloudy and a high of fifty five from the KT okay weather center of the four warn storm team I'm Beth Myers you could hear Katie okay online with the I heart radio app sponsored by Travis Watkins tax IRS problems no problem four four three three seven four six or tax attorney KC dot com many of your neighbors have big dreams of simple things something to eat for dinner or just a safe place to sleep two simple dreams come true give today it's stand United OKC dot com I'm from the heartland of America and the gateway to the west good morning good evening wherever you may be across the nation around the world I'm George story welcome to coast to coast AM happy Hanukkah those of you of the Jewish faith live shows by the way just a reminder on Christmas Eve and Christmas night course will live all week but those holidays worldwide for yeah later on tonight knowledge in a nutshell here's what's happening.
"sheen" Discussed on Thunder Radio
"Sheen I could ever imagine you better page ME I think I may have died and gone to handyman heaven I'll waive won't hurt you ask me to paint you yeah yes yeah I guess you're still firmly planted here on terra firma I don't know I thought we were the only ones here this morning no terror firmer isn't a person it means firm ground as opposed to like the sea you know besides tipping is here with us hello anyway we are kind of mark and Tiffany the home talk guys in lady here to take your calls about your home home repair and anything else you'd like to discuss although although after an email from last week's show we'd rather steer clear of personal hygiene questions Tony yeah so give us a call and let us assist you with your honey do list yeah that's right our number here is nine three one seven two eight thirteen twenty or you can email us at questions at home talking I start com you know I've been thinkin work kinda like the chip and Joanna of home improvement radio chip and Joanna huh well well on the chip no I don't think you're I don't think your chip you don't you don't even have a real tool belt anyway you know the whole men and women thing from the past few shows continues to be act unfortunately you wait you lost me what are you talking about well my funny insouciant brother don't recall so you don't recall several weeks ago are reported on findings outlining white men are happier than women of course then I followed that up with a story that a reader sent in about why women are smarter than men yeah the train one yeah I remember so what's that have to do with today show well now one of our female listeners road in wanting to help us dig our way out of the usual we hug writing us with information on some upcoming classes to help men better interact with women wait we dug as I remember it you were the one who shared all those facts the shovel is firmly in your hands yeah well I did read it but you and I both know who gathered that research and asked me to read it okay okay you may I may have had a hand in hand well I you know what I have no issue with these classes are helpful we are humble host in we can always improve and healthy relations between men and women that's a good thing well okay so you think I should share this list of classes Hey if you think they're reasonably designed to foster healthy interactions between the sexes and help us build a whole we dug sure absolutely okay well let me get my glasses you know getting old stuff okay here's the these are special classes for men that are coming this fall class one how to fill up the Ice Cube trays step by step with slack at one slide presentation me next Monday yeah there's no answer do they still have ice cubes the lever that you had used at the pets right that's right we're here with the plastic that's right here's a question when I was a kid we had those like you trace is your responsibility film up when there's only one key when you take the last cube or if they have to trade center you're supposed to fill back up yeah well that the next person and gets a lot of fun you know what the good thing that came up with the ice maker in the door number two classes the toilet paper roll does it change itself they'll be around able discussion listen man men think that it changes at a cell it doesn't sound as you say we shouldn't go there I'm like wow it's magic there's always two of the people around here in this role that's right I kind of thought once a toilet papers that you move on to the Kleenex that's when you're in a jam okay class number three is it possible to utilize a restroom using the technique of lifting the seat and avoiding the floor wall to nearby about them we're gonna have a group practice for that when it meets Saturday at ten PM and bring your own beverage is to read my where are Sunday I'm skip that class that sounds messy you know what they need have you ever been to the carnival where they have that game with the squirt guns and you have to escort the the the the stream it had a target may bring braces a ping pong ball real race car in the first one filled guys I got I got to get out I can't get an appointment skip that class good down the hall to class number four which is the fundamental differences between the laundry hamper and the floor I'll have pictures and an explanatory graphics and eats thirty two PM and just remember that gravity's in full effect yeah everywhere I thought they were one and the same well I think the floors a lot bigger you hit class number five after dinner dishes can they levitate and fly into the kitchen sink on their own don't be examples on video and that meets Thursday at seven PM no comment well it's when you aren't don't give that list on a free trader whose turn it is so that your lives yeah they don't do that anymore do you think we can we add that class six loss of identity losing the remote to your significant other.
"sheen" Discussed on 710 WOR
"What what what why don't care about the sheen of my hair what do I care about the sheen but sheen yeah right Martin Sheen it would have we'll surely she I will I wish I had that led Bergman she more of an issue with this than men yeah but you have longer hair so can get all greasy oily and icky well there's a thing called dry shampoo that you can use I've never heard dry shampoo that either what's try him again all right dry shampoo work you use it without water that's better and if you could sprayed in in a kind of cleans up your hair anybody tried yeah it's like this in our song you spray it in and you kind of know it into your hair and it takes if there's oil or is it just it tries at all when you do that every day what you could do it a couple times a week in between actually watching your hair so you can try I can't believe we discuss it would you like is this something you get at the dry bar dry shampoo target you get in a supermarket anywhere cells dry shampoo Michael quick South Pacific about a wash that man right out and right tell you all of our secrets of great Natalie remember we we're telling our supermarket secrets we are saying about that when I do the same thing we we go outside well that's too we park intentionally near the place that little corral where the carts go bad Shorea so it's a short you go to your car you have the the groceries at the corral is right there you know like a walking to find it well I would always just leave the cart right in the parking anyway all right yeah so and Brian Arkansas they arrested Alessi Mar Hanka for.
"sheen" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY
"I don't. Robbing people rain on Sheen's deciding who's going to live in who's going to die as far as concert. I'm sure there's a sign off on it. But what above and beyond with the machine told of anyway, giving machine criteria to say, hey, select these people probably don't play and then show them to me. Yes. I see. Yes. Some people. Wiz. I is death of these reaping. I actually needed. Comedian for my sister died session over Facebook account that sounds a bit MIR. Now that I've said to be honest, I'm probably not the first person should have access. Now. The thing is nobody knows that I have access to the account. She gave me her password six years ago, yet asking you to log in check something on my computer. I can't remember what exactly. It's one of those little memories that important at the time. But I miss. Pay alexa. Every time I close my eyes. All I see this team. All I see. It is a hard time car crash that left young pregnant mother and her unborn child dead. What's the more disturbing that cops age driver was responsible for the crash and actually lie string the aftermath of the crash.
"sheen" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Is it Charlie Charlie Sheen. Jon Voight is the father of what famous daughter. Angelina Jolie, Billy Lord and Carrie Fisher, first appeared in what movie together? Oh, darn I dunno Star Wars. I don't know. Star wars. Maybe it was her baby in Star Wars time's expired. We show now review. I think he wanted on question. The first Carlos Erwin Estevez comes down to this. It all comes down to this question. I'm just going to tell you how terribly process through it seemed really smart dang Jon Voight is the father of what famous daughter the answer looking for his Angelina Jolie you both answered that correctly. Was it Charlie? The first one I'm gonna come back and spent Billy Lord and Carrie Fisher first appeared in what movie together Star Wars the force awakens. Neither you got that one correct? Star wars. No. Of course. Twenty of exactly I know. I didn't get it. Right. I mentioned a specific one. Would you do me a favor? And try to get through one of these games without complaining and crying foul. And so the scores sits now one to one. So the third question is Carlos Erwin Estevez is better known as the answer. We're looking for here is Charlie. This.