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"slattery" Discussed on The Hedge

The Hedge

04:57 min | Last month

"slattery" Discussed on The Hedge

"I've noticed in my career with people building especially a native net workers who are learning to develop and write code building automation systems. A common thing. That i see as they have the idea in their mind they never have documented that they know it and they know it so well that they just do it and they say okay one. Sit down automate this now and they take it straight from their mind into code and it seems akam like a common pattern. At least that. I've seen and the problem with that is they never in a row code than ever wrote down what they're actually trying to accomplish. And so it morphs. On the way out of their brain into the code it loses something gained something and makes it not true to what their brain was originally thinking. Anyway and you know airs get introduced that sin if these systems are complex enough. These heirs can be buried for years in these automation systems. And the only way to go back and fix it to say. Wipe it clean. Start over right down everything you're doing and then write code and then it seems like you can get to a better result. Troubleshooting factor isn't useful. You just have to start clean as he's just too complex the medical man month. If you if you're starting to do automation go read the mythical man month. It's well worth it. There is a second edition designed the first one to throw away. You will anyway. Yeah so moving past the quality. What's the next one. You have their terry application downtime. So his part of the overall. Roi if you're simply looking at the manual process in the x. K. c. d. cartoon and you've gone and calculate stuff and you don't take into account the fact that human errors are gonna calls application downtime. You're you're emitting a big piece of the roi. What's the value of avoiding application downtime. There's a certain value to that. And you need to make sure that the executives are so here is one of those situations.

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"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

The Supporting Cast

03:12 min | 5 months ago

"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

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"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

The Supporting Cast

03:53 min | 5 months ago

"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

"Nine. I can't remember and and i'm also a baseball soccer. so i i love me some bull. Durham so yeah i. I tend to appreciate very serious movies. But i that i'd rather watch something kinda funny. Those are good choices. Secondly what is your favorite meal in los angeles. You've said you're not a good cook. You said that earlier so if it's something someone in your family makes or if it's a restaurant restaurant that you so i would say i have yet to have bad indian food man. I love indian food particular. Just some doll and rice. That is like my perfect meal. I'm not a vegetarian. But i probably could be. I don't love to eat meat and so So sort of a good rice and beans or rice and lentils or indian food in particular is really my favorite great also. What is your favorite place in los angeles to be a part of town or a or streeter at a baseball field. I love o'malley family field lakes. I love dodger stadium. Baseball is is one of those threads that is woven through my whole life and is red sock. Grew up a red sox fan. And i would say though. I probably a bigger dodger fan right now. Which pains my family Ever since the red sox let mookie betts go. My father can't really follow them right now. So he's okay with me being dodger. Yeah no it's My my good for the dodgers for sure range for the red sox you know i you know that my my son is a baseball player and i sort of the greatest joy i have is actually watching. My children play sports. I love every minute of. I'm a huge sports fan. And so i just watching them play because they love it so much. My daughter's a soccer player. And i've become an enormous soccer fan. We actually went to Women's world cup in france last year. And because my daughter begged and it was again amazing once in a lifetime. Kind of experience. So anytime i can have an experience at a baseball field a soccer field. That's that's my favorite place to be all right last question and i should say that i've asked a few of your colleagues this question and some of them quote you in their answer so my question is you're a parent of several children. I have a two year old daughter. The question is what is your best parenting advice. And that is vice. Not only from your own lenses apparent but also your many years as a college counselor and working with so many parents and their kids come through both of those lenses. What's your best advice. I think i'm going to repeat what my colleague my decide because my mantra which is love the child you have the quote which which by the way seems very self evident. I love the child. I have more than anything. Why is it not as intuitive as it may seem. I think that we have these kids and we have dreams about what their lives will be like many of those dreams. I think have to do with the things that would make us happy or the way that we see the world but they don't always acknowledge the way that this emerging person sees the world and what matters to them and i also tell people all the time that when i had my son i falsely believe somehow because i gave birth to him and i was raising him that he would be just like me and he's nothing like me And as he got older it became evident to me that my choices were to love him as he was and accept him as he was or it was to really jeopardize our relationship and you know many people told a million times. Know the story that you know for me. A lot of it came up with he. He didn't love everything about school. He loved everything about baseball..

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"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

The Supporting Cast

05:32 min | 5 months ago

"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

"My brother was to volunteer in his class. The she would starting when he was in kindergarten. We i went to school. She would be kind of a teacher's aide and then she gradually developed this love for teaching and so she went back to college and she graduated from college at thirty eight. The same year my sister graduated from high school and became an elementary school teacher and And then got a masters degree in teaching and And did that for until she retired so she was a teacher for. I guess for about twenty five years. yeah so they. They are an incredible inspiration to me. They are just two of the finest human beings on the planet some. They're really pretty extraordinary. I'm sure they influenced you in terms of your path to being an educator and if so how was it something they believed about education or something about the quality of life that they enjoyed or what was interesting. Because i did not think that i was going to become an educator i you know i maybe for that reason maybe i just you know and also i had these really grandiose ideas like doing something really big with my life. What i really wanted to do was be a us senator. I wanted to run for office. I was very interested in the way the government works. I you know. When i was in high school i could name every. Us senator all one hundred of them. And i chose georgetown. Because i had the intention of that was going to be my popular. I was going to go work in the senate office. And i saw that as my way of doing good in the world and then i went to. Georgetown and i actually was an intern for john. Kerry who was my senator from massachusetts at the time and he was lovely. But i just was a little disillusioned that that was. The government didn't work the way that i thought it was. I remember standing in the bowels of the hallways of the us senate because there's all these hallways underneath the senate buildings so they don't have to walk outside. And i remember next to john kerry and he was.

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"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

The Supporting Cast

05:40 min | 5 months ago

"slattery" Discussed on The Supporting Cast

"I've always felt pretty good about the fact that kids don't fall through the cracks in the way that you might expect People really are paying attention. Yeah it sounds like it. I want to change gears a bit before we get to your story. Something that i find fascinating about you is that you did some academic research on gender and education and obviously the notions about gender are changing. The understanding. Gender is changing. But i guess if you start by talking about what your research was and kind of water the conclusions that you drew and not particularly relevant at a co educational school heard west like when some parents are thinking about particular with daughters Their sons to but more often with their daughters sending their their child to a single gender school. So i'll back up and tell you how some of its started. I became interested in gender issues in college. Because i went to georgetown university which is catholic university and a very large number of kids came to georgetown from single sex high school. I went to a huge public high school. That was obviously go ahead and didn't really know anybody that went to like. I didn't know that single sex education was a thing and i unfortunately found some kind of negative behaviors towards women on behalf of the boys who had attended all boys. Schools found that there was. It seems like there was this culture of what felt to me like misogyny that i had never experienced before and it was heavily perpetrated by this group of boys who had really not encountered their female peers in classes and so there was a lot of back before it was a thing. Man's cleaning and a lot of like talking over girls or being less respectful two female professors. Then it to me. And so. I wonder about that. And um and so it was just sort of this back of my mind thing. And then when i went to graduate school and i went to graduate school shortly after i graduated from college partially because i had just moved to los angeles and didn't have any friends and i thought oh grad school seems to make friends And so i started being interested in research. And then i ended up just continuing after my degree because my master's degree counted toward a phd out. Like sure i'll just keep going Never really planned on getting a phd but and so my my dissertation ended up being actually the flip side of things it was about whether or not single sex for girls has kind of the positive impact that we're giving the impression that it does and My research was qualitative. So the idea of generalizing sweeping generalizations..

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"slattery" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

In Search of the New Compassionate Male

04:27 min | 8 months ago

"slattery" Discussed on In Search of the New Compassionate Male

"Hi Dennis boy. What a day we've got today. We have a friend of mine a recent friend of mine Denis Slattery who you and I met gosh two or three weeks ago and we've had several conversations the myth Salon that we were on together and you and I have talked about all kinds of things. So let's get after this good. All right, take us and play because I wanted and Dennis. I've only gotten a chance to hear it secondhand smoke. I just barely been I've been so hungry for this conversation because there's so much that I want to learn from and with you so take it away clay. Well, so Dennis you and I have talked about the circles of men project my books and we've had conversations back and forth on mythology and interplay in those and you've got a book called pilgrimage beyond belief and I'm wondering if that would be a good place for us to start. You know, I think so and we have talked about Dante's Divine Comedy as well. But I as I mentioned here, I think this in retrospect this this turned this book turned out to be my Divine Comedy is replete with the journeys to the underworld many guides along the way into a purgatorial realm of Hope And then I think because of the monastic settings of which I spend time in twelve and ones in Buddhist center. It was a diesel. So the book that I want to tell the story of the books from inception, which is to step back and speak about how long the pilgrimage my imagination ground Us in history good in your story. When was this? And and where were you at the time you'd already been a writer for for for quite a while what was and and take us up to the impelling of this book happening? Yes. Perfect. So we had accepted an invitation to leave this Catholic University in San Antonio where I've been teaching at 4 9 and 1/2 years. And go out to Pacifica Graduate Institute for a full-time position. And we moved in.

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‘Mad Men’ Adds Disclaimer To Blackface Episode Ahead Of Streaming Launch

Charlie Parker

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

‘Mad Men’ Adds Disclaimer To Blackface Episode Ahead Of Streaming Launch

"Has Decided to keep the episode of Mad Men that features a black face. The season three episode titled My Old Kentucky Home will be shown in its entirety but will stream with a disclaimer due to John Slattery's character. Roger Sterling's use of black face Mad men was recently pulled from Netflix and will begin streaming on I Mdb TV on July 15th.

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"slattery" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

CincyBrewcast

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"slattery" Discussed on CincyBrewcast

"Burn and Burn Ladies and Gentlemen Boys and girls. That's as cincy progressing gnarly known Messed up on this. I wanted to know that before we dive in. Because we're just GONNA Kinda jump into a conversation because I lost a huge not huge. I lost a chunk of the show. Somehow I'm still not exactly one hundred percent hundred percent. Sure how but I did has a lot of you. Probably know because you listen to the live We pint and things like that. I had a baby last week. And I'M GONNA blame the fuzzy nature of my brain and everything has been going on the lack of sleep and all of that But you know it's just me not not being as good if the podcasters should be so. I'm very sorry but the the bulk of the conversation is here this week. I sat down with Bobby. Slattery of fifty west and we talked about. I mean obviously. We talked about how they are coping with all of this This corona viruses. Stuff as most of you guys probably know by now just by kind of watching social media breeding the blog and all of that They open their their their burger bar as they call it out burger joint. They open that this Last week depending on when you're listening to this in the middle of all of this was interesting to kind of get their perspective on how they're dealing with it and how you keep kind of trying to operate on some sense of normalcy win nothing around. You is normal So we talk about that We talk about how they again are how they're adjusting the way they do.

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Voter Suppression: Texas Targets College Students

Morning Edition

04:19 min | 1 year ago

Voter Suppression: Texas Targets College Students

"Lawmakers in Texas have made it harder for college students to vote the band temporary voting locations which are often found on college campuses voting rights groups say this is a deliberate effort to undermine the growing political power of young voters here's Ashley Lopez from member station K. U. T. in Austin Emily Clark is a junior at the university of Texas at Austin it's early on in the fall semester and she's helping some of her fellow students register to optional Clark is working with the move Texas statewide group working to get young people cynically in gate Clark says getting college students registered to vote isn't always easy because they are largely first time voters which means there's a lot they don't know a lot of them actually think that if they don't have a driver's license from Texas they can't register to vote here but that's not true because the songs you have the last for the social you can registering young voters tends to fall on groups like this that's because campaigns have seen young voters as historically bad investments and especially in Texas in twenty fourteen for example just eight percent of Texans under thirty voted but things have started to change and the last mid term election turn out in the same group tripled compared to twenty fourteen re Martinez who works for a youth voter engagement effort called Texas rising says college students in particular are becoming more interested in politics there's a lot happening right now I think that people on campus that were encountering you don't want to do something I know that they want to have a say in the political process we're seeing just more enthusiasm on campus in general and that spike in participation among young voters is partly why twenty eighteen it was one of the closest and most competitive mid term elections in Texas in decades but now voting groups say a new law in Texas has made it harder for college students to vote state lawmakers recently passed house bill eighteen eighty eight which outlaws temporary voting locations that don't serve as a full time polling place during early voting the bill's sponsor Republican state representative Greg bond and said those sites were being misused in the state some subdivisions of the state heavy views this flexibility and targeted desirable voting populations at the exclusion of others Bonnen says this was becoming a common practice in school bond elections for example he says election officials were putting these pop up polling places in schools where teachers and parents were more likely to vote for bonds but the bill goes farther than just those hyper local elections now local election officials are banned from using these temporary sites for any election says Jim Slattery an attorney with the Texas civil rights project Kerry is in the state have limited resources but they want to be able to spread those resources so that way as many people could vote as possible now polling places in taxes have to be open every day of early voting which Slattery says is beyond the resources of most counties many election officials use these temporary sites to serve certain communities like students and the elderly with their limited funds state representative Greg bond and has argued the bill was not written to stop local officials from putting polling places in those communities it just says that it would have to be kept open throughout the course of the election to the right in any while opportunity inconsistency for everyone who wishes to go and cast a vote but strange resources did lead to polling location closures this past November recently an elderly man who lost a polling site in his retirement community in Austin join to youth voting groups to sue the state over H. B. eighteen eighty eight my room and does a is with Texas young Democrats which is one of the plaintiffs in the lawsuit she says she thinks this is actually all about the twenty twenty presidential election I have no doubt that it has everything to do with a legitimate fear that we will replicate such a mass said the young turn out according to her group's lawsuit three different college campuses in Austin have lost polling locations that were open in twenty eighteen the plaintiffs say they just want to make sure those sites are open this year for NPR news I'm actually Lopez in

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"slattery" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

04:58 min | 2 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Did. They just have a different sort of life. They will just fucking each other okay daughters and he was at school does go with this other governments khashoggi's daughter the oil barons and they went. You know you look very like we sisters. It turned out they were because they didn't live a different life to us but it was weird. You know he's lost expected to get up with with. What did you read it auction data well. I did history but i didn't really do anything except comedy. That's what i just did comedy and then at the last minute minute or better do some work and then then the worst paper doesn't do any work with people with good notes as my advice to any students students with people with no with good notes couldn't see them. Go have your notes on slave commenced so don't take you back to find often good for an asian. Go on then. Give it a joy well. If anyone was taking notes uh-huh section performs of that time when we should not was not strong. I think down. Do you wrote troop. I've got so much learn tony of only someone each looking. I'll give it a go. I'll try. I'll try anything they want so. I'll ask you some emergency questions. Which are my stupid questions. Okay i wanna i wanna ask you. I'm going to guess yes. Have you ever seen the ghost tony slattery you know or you'll never saw you'd think he'd seen a ghost when you're when you've had because you'd have been off your face but even gold oh you're super lecture just because most crazy people believe they've seen that's how i in this modern world kutcher med cruise. I'm sorry it's very i'm very very so most gay people think they've seen go see but you can't say that say that anyone. Can you say you're not allowed to say that eddie crossing deposit. You say most off span. I've seen poltergeists. I'll ask you only been such a lovely interviewed. Thanks coming. I'd like to spoil voight now by asking. Have you ever tried to suck cock tiny slashing yes yes how did it go won't just now but done almost cold on okay finish. It was pull find out how that goes later on and well. Let's what could we had to get a couple providers. The question that the prime improviser you doubt who's interesting and you've mentioned you. Were quite a lot of films in the in the age of ninety his friends had forgotten the crying game which up huge filled ocean british british more positive but uh well neil jordan and what powerful remains sure show and pius friends which sort of again is interesting because you cost as the outsider in that -mongst all the time it was it was a film about cambridge tops being makes together. That's right you as as even though you wear a cambridge graduate yourself you were the outside kind of soldier working guth really and so that was interesting interesting and very square. I'd never met kenneth brannagh before <hes> very happy because i haven't seen as univer for about eight years and it's still stands out as a piece of roy chain. I'm really depressing so and a <hes> inc as you go these language people just get back together waikiki off basic she she g the road past privilege but when you look at it was actually feel about legit blue and charlie broken and did by life experience and so forget it cbs's lovely drugs and also for completely heterosexual band. He was the camp history. I have ever ever mixed because this was unfinished tale. Since we're good on thuan on twenty no me we know district. Welcome okay.

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"slattery" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on Richard Herring's Leicester Square Theatre Podcast

"Will you please welcome the amazing. Tony slattery lights the crown. Where what are you belong. How you doing tommy really boat. You've been doing newsom. Who's line is anyway so far but you'd show starts. This week is no came up and did anyone here remembers. Whose line is it anyway <hes> <hes> and that was a silly show and i really lovely round of applause when i come on stage because people are date he could walk out. He's being stretchered on so they have fond memories of sorts on that bog doing another rushing other shows well coming up this week sachi getting nowhere choice not much. I told people will remember it and i saw this view just chatting about your life. It's basically meet the a somebody who is widely regarded as very good comedy historian. He knows a lot and it's going to be a no holds. I borrowed a cue nate the ordinance and everything and so it would be by go quite dark as it has done. Ah stare abused in all three films like the yeah so we're we'll pick people may have seen the god you're not supposed to came out this year julia which was a lovely positive thing but but also went went into some depth about what's happening so you start off you start off as a as a working class lab from island and you got to cambridge university through being issue skipped quite a long way. There is 'cause worn interview. You think it was ironic. Let's from the beginning. What was it like in. The wound was so startled by this. This darker said well remember being warm and there was someone else to between sister who didn't survive a <hes> happy name was berry and my mama take a drug called many anti-people no calls the which was a wonderful wonderful so i'm skipping from i mean and then there was some the home of the there was some unpleasant stuff happened in your childhood as well which we just we started with catholic guns and jesuit priests amid we saw ah about aid even reachable linguistic called competence and i think this is my guilty uh background because history storytelling and things like that remember yes serves a jesuit catholic private schools and we'll each state to i started to say the lord's breads and are just wrong one. Jake's and off instead of father to heaven halliburton alligator named author who wants in heaven hell are you by the way driving is actually a sweeping it really huge wack all the things and this was aids and arty audie monterey retaliate physically but because i had a son listing busy on route short bringing the budding gaelic irish i said said don't assault me. You deliberately baron cow but then i was said. Did you see the head bossed who was on sa- combine from the vascular he was using who came to me in did other things we should not appropriate for this but i punched him right so company i i it's been like struggle and you're clearly luminaries but anura play very intelligent person you you. You rose from that background to go to cambridge which i love your thing ever. Cambridge's prime antiquated him cautioned. You got there through being clever. Welches bub-bubba i was interested in was sports and rugby bows pleading good judo and i called black belt and at fifteen representative england against the netherlands in rotterdam we were craps..

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"slattery" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Movie is being done on Broadway with John Slattery for mad men, and John Goodman. Okay. So this in Nathan lanes in it, and they're much like named people, and I go, okay. So I go on like stubhub seatgeek or one of those places and I buy one ticket in like the fifth row, and I click on it and I get to the box office. And it's not there the tickets, and I call up and then. Yeah. And they say, oh, yeah. You need to go pick that up over in jersey, go. Well, the show starts in twenty minutes. They go. Yeah. Well, so they were actually nice about it, and they voided it. But and then I ended up going to one of those guys. I ended up going to bed. Yet. I got a ticket and like the fifth row, and that's how I got in meat seriously. If you're going to gain sometimes if you use some of those third party ticket services, you gotta go to a to a neutral site to pick up your ticket. If you need to just walk in and get one you those guys still provide Zo I bought tickets on seatgeek, and they're they're protected. It was for one of the dodger playoff games. So we wind up going to the playoffs climb and can't find the ticket. It was one you're going to tell you. But yet, Milwaukee it's the one where he bought tickets in Milwaukee. Right. Right. So I bought tickets for worlds or for a canal for game three you were bothering him for game to correct? So I show up at the ballpark. And I I'm like, okay, let's go on seatgeek and buy the tickets while by the tickets, and then I didn't get the tickets Email to me. So I call seek damn mmediately emailed me tickets and got me into the ballpark. So the customer service was great. But I still when I walk by those guys, I'm like, are you really making a living buying and selling gets outside Estadio anybody, and you're right about the fact that anywhere you go to the Hollywood bowl. They'll be out there. Buying selling fine too. Many tickets need tickets selling drugs, they hold them. I like it when they hold their mouth over their hands. Hold their mouth over there and buying fine. All right last one for me. I got a game you can play. Jay you can play Masons in. It's time to play who has more all give you two choices..

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"slattery" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

04:14 min | 3 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on Double Toasted

"Closest get to a live action met a lock, right? Yeah. Just the look of it has me really into it and has also some other people you might be familiar with has Andrea Rosborough Bill Duke is in this. We haven't seen from way. Was she from c. you seen her in a lot of things. I know changes all the time. She was an episode of black mirror. She was in that movie that you like so much furry animals or whatever. It was the guy from the right from the fashion guy. Oh, oh, yeah. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah. She was in that almost unrecognizable spend a lot of things, but who let me ask them before I let you review who plays the villain right here. I thought it was John Slattery. Oh, yeah, madman. But then is his name right thinking, okay. I don't know Lime lime land. land. Okay. Thomas Wayne in Batman began to it is because even when I remember thinking that that was lottery as well. Okay. Hold on. Not a right. Lurch to the spill. A good. All right. Let's I'm curious to hear your review. I mean, this movie is it's all style. It's every Sinophile like. Mid twenties, late thirties, kind of wet dream. It's nineties trapper keeper the movie and. And although that seems really fantastic, it is because of the way that they kind of tell the story, the editing cinematography the music is all pretty much spot on. It's hard for me to say multiple different films like this is a perfect film, but this one might actually be perfect film really very, there's almost nothing in it that I would change. However, with that said, a movie like this is not for general audiences. I can't recommend it for everybody. You know, the first half is the slowest fucking burn in history. And then the second half is the crazy man's man on fire. Okay, so you, you really have to pay dues before you kinda get to see what most of this trailer is. It's also very late on story. It's pretty much a character study. The story is revenge, and that's pretty much it. There's not a whole lot else going on. You could probably take all of the lines from the movie and condense it into eight. Eighteen minutes or something like it's it's not a lot, but visually stunning, it's every every single shot is it's a desktop. Okay. Or like you said, like an album cover. And I would just say, you know, going in, you kind of have to know what you'd expect. I mean, you'd have to expect that this is not something that you would. This is the kind of movie you would see, you know. Midnight with the punch of those thinking. Yes, it strikes me like if you were fantastic fest, they show it either nine o'clock midnight. Yeah. And it was, you know, that's when I saw we saw it at the draft house, which is the only one showing it in Austin, and it was great. I mean, the crowd loved this is everything that I wanted the void to be. Okay. You know, I did the void if you're a year ago. Alamo film and that one totally fell flat and its face and also say this, you know, as much as people wanna say that cages acting like a psycho. He's fucking great and he doesn't. He doesn't overdue, but he, he really delivers in a way that you like, I can imagine if all of this stuff actually happened to you, you would act the way that he's acting in this recommendation. Yeah, I would. I would say. I mean, I don't usually give better than sexes. If I did, I mean there's a lot of four players before you get to the sexiest movie, so you have to kind of know that going in, but other than that, yeah, it's it's probably better than sex. What's the, what's together that was going to do doom at like a crow jot hausky Jetta rouse key because I'm in. Looking at this, how to spill John rouse Alejandro deller Out-skied. Jails are. Google, you just put it brings it right up. I was thinking about looking at this trailer is making me think his movies..

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"slattery" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:21 min | 3 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on KTOK

"Follow Peter p m Slattery right there on Twitter Peter Maxwell Slattery is an international. Bestselling author and is known as an ET contact experience her his experiences started at an early age and, continue to this day with hundreds of witnesses to events and he has an, overwhelming amount, of, photographic, and video evidence of you foes. Otherworldly beings nap rations and plus some physical trace evidence his experiences, with extraterrestrials has led him to help people in groups make ET contact. Themselves along with healing, and tapping into their, own abilities his also the co, founder of e city which is he said he Australia enlighten contact with extra terrestrial intelligence with the aim to educate The public on the t. reality today he, continues to open the world up to the greater reality that we are. Not alone I would, like to welcome for, the first time to coast to, coast AM Mr Peter Maxwell Slattery Peter good evening our area Right Now it's good to hear your, voice and you know it doesn't seem like a Ben away for that, long but it's already been a couple of weeks since we. Left he said he calling for it falls. Boy so we've got all of the videos up Peter that you shot up at Seoul. Tack and so for the audience right now go to coast to coast AM dot com right there on the homepage right on the. Front click on the, banner and it will take you to a full page of videos that Peter and James Gilliland shot. During I'm gonna say here August seventh, through do we go all the way to the? Fourteenth did we shoot on the last night? Too I think we From what I remember yeah that's what I think too as well and I want, everybody to remember one thing when you go and look at these videos and you can. See it, in a couple of spots we had each night between one hundred, and. Fifty and two hundred people out there with us on the field of dreams? And starting on the first night which. Was August seventh we had fifty plus, maybe eighty eighty craft in the sky that first night and it was, like that every night for the next seven days it was. A pretty amazing week up at e said. He was confident and even adults called tonight clear before I come on the air we. Just had a an amazing Saudi James was I would have captured on camera which will put out soon as well but it's just. An amazing activity that, you have here around the man on the mountain and Dan I was well is he's just gonna. Say it to believe it wait how, do you explain for the audience this your first? Time on coast Peter I've known you for? A while now And out there in the UFO community you're pretty well no it's your first night on coast so explain to the, audience how how is it that you are at the right place at the right time. To shoot, all of these UFO's I've been around you these things are appearing, but. You've always got a camera in your pocket right how is it that you're? Always there except for my beer can And had you, know a good die Todd deciding all looking to. Get? Approved the camera app it went up into the cloud but. It's It's it's pretty funny because Sunday August.

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Report: Washington hospital is "like going into hell"

24 Hour News

02:30 min | 3 years ago

Report: Washington hospital is "like going into hell"

"An american diver involved in the effort to rescue twelve boys in a flooded cave in thailand is talking about the options ap correspondent rita foley reports american diver bruce conifer says the idea of teaching the boys to dive out of the flooded cave dangerous say experts is still an option just one of the actress but there are other options that we're looking at tiny maybe bringing them off the top through so cracks or baby having to drill down at the top of the chamber to take them out that way are they hopeful i've never seen more optimistic people in my life everybody i've never heard anybody speak negative everybody is positive bruce of in thailand appearing on the today show i'm rita foley hundreds of patients at washington state's largest psychiatric hospital living conditions that aren't up to us health and safety standards and overworked nurses and psychiatrists say the system punishes employees who speak out despite shortages us sam state regulators have cited the state run facility for violating health and safety standards a surprise federal inspection last month found that the hospital keeps putting patients at risk it led the us government to strip the hospital of certification and federal funding democratic governor jay inslee tells the associated press that he wants the state to change the way it handles the mentally ill but that it has been on a course correction to turn this ship around as the nation fights an uphill battle against opioid addiction ap's tim mcguire reports were learning how one big pharma company sold its truck or do pharma has dropped its effort to keep secret what tennessee's attorney general says shows the company lied about the addictive properties of oxycontin and actively marketed it to addicts information is contained in the two thousand seven settlement between the state and purdue which included the company turning over all of its records on how it marketed the pain killer tennessee attorney general herbert slattery filed suit against the company this past spring saying purdue failed to honor the agreement including targeting the highest prescribers and continuing to market the drug is safer than others in a push for higher profits perdue denies claims i've tim mcguire hi i'm making crane ap digital manager and host of the podcast ground game i look at the top political issues bubbling up around the country ahead of this year's midterm elections it's available on apple podcasts and podcast one while you're there be sure to.

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"slattery" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"By lisa version ron who is really outstanding in her work and she helps women really understand the success factors of being successful in business so she's asked me to be on a panel in its may twenty third which i believe is tuesday check that for me i believe that's tuesday and it's we'll look in a second and it's from eight to nine thirty and it will be at the crowne plaza and the panelists called the happiness factor so what i'm going to be talking about is really being purpose driven and doing something that we really believe in that matters to society to ourselves and so there will be i will be on the panel with kathleen baluchi and ellen slattery kathleen believe she makes her own biscottis and she turned a forty year passion for baking into a business and then ellen than ellen is her missy ellen slattery and wanna make sure how this right she owns gracie's restaurant and elliot's bakery she has a real mission she donates one hundred percent from donating one hundred percent of proceeds of gingerbread decorating kits to to supporting the community and then you know i'm very purpose driven in my work so elissa version on pick three women that really loved to work with a passion and want you to talk about taking care of that happiness factor and how important that is to be purpose driven to keep up the pace that you keep up you always say that because i don't feel that maybe because i'm just i feel i feel like i have a lot of space because i'm more on what's the word i wanna use more calculated now meaning i'll do something.

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"slattery" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Address shakers okay all right well i have one question before we open it up so i thought it was interesting that south dakota in its brief to the supreme court it says that it's missing out on something like thirty three billion dollars annually in lost sales tax revenue but the gao report and wayfair sites this in its brief the report says it's more like eight billion maybe up to thirteen billion so i was wondering if someone who's kind of dug into this could explain why is there such a big gap between what the state claims it's it's missing out on what might actually be missing out on that is elizabeth slattery from the heritage foundation where this event is taking place it's gotta be you know that you mentioned the eight to thirteen billion is jail estimate it's gotta be assumptions of physical presence in taxation that would be that'd be the biggest logical difference there you know the south dakota brief was interesting for that aspect that they were so far off from the jail estimate it was also interesting that they were basically making the case that state's just need more money to spend especially on k twelve education they make the point in the brief which is somewhat ironic 'cause south dakota's state that's somewhat of a limited government format is kept k twelve education spending below the actual national averages in seen actually higher than average k twelve test results since there's a couple of interesting points of that south dakota brief when i was reading it for a couple of times.

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"slattery" Discussed on This is Rammy - the podcast about Ramsbottom, its residents and businesses.

This is Rammy - the podcast about Ramsbottom, its residents and businesses.

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on This is Rammy - the podcast about Ramsbottom, its residents and businesses.

"And in fact in two thousand sixteen received a record number of visitors so in two thousand seventeen the footprint of the festival was extended to make use of more of the town centre this impact was to encourage more people to wonder around the town enjoying goalie independent shops and baas along the way and also it was there to make the festival easier to move round this year once again the festival is using as much of the town centre as possible there's an indoor food and craft market inside civic hall is the fun truck and hot food marketplace and as always bridge street has the traditional market stalls with everything chocolate that rumour markets could possibly think of from your standard bars and eggs two chocolate cakes brownies this cheese wine spirits bath products you name it is going to be on bridge streets as well as that is going to be stall selling hot food at church gardens there's going to be children's rights on the site of the full police station adana truck using slattery's chocolate and as always on the couch to the rear of bridge street there's gonna be some more hot food mall children's rides oppressor co van truck if you're into you per second than of to get down there and have thought another regular which is lancashire hawks and owls and also this going to be the dogs trust now usually there is an easter egg hunt but this year they've made a donation to rummy rucks and rummy rooks are having a stall if you don't know what rummy rooks is then you have literally been living under a rookie self but rummy rocks is basically you go out you find the stone or pebble or something like that at paint it in whatever fancies colors schemes and things like that you want and then you would hide around the town for somebody else to find an every height this is all done on a facebook page if you have a look on facebook and do a search for rummy rocks you will find them and there's lots and lots of rocks on there and his jeff.

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"slattery" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

Radio Free Nashville

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville

"Details but then he speaks at and here's what apparently happened uh the this is according the valley news the local paper in new hampshire are the boy's grandmother lorry slattery said her grandson this is the young by racial kid and a group of teenagers are plain in a yard in their neighborhood around five p m when the teens started calling the boy racial epithets and throwing sticks and rocks at his legs the teenager said look at this supposedly putting the rope around their own neck's slattery said one voice said to her grandson let's do this and then pushed him off the picnic table and hung him so they all said here you don't put this around and act like i am and then here will put it around your neck and then they threw him off the voice swung back and forth by his next three times before he was able to remove the rope from his next slattery said none of the teens came to his aid but the the thing that's really shocking or many any schalke's the wrong word and maybe we even need to have a national conversation about this because i you know i remember when i was when i was a kid and i was growing up now these were not in a racial iced crimes which this is makes it much worse but you know i i remember a couple of friends of mine getting busted down of local kroger for shoplifting i mean everybody went down to the show if this at kroger this when we were eight nine ten years old and shoplifted and they always got off with a slap on the wrist which is pretty much how we use to treat kids at least white kids we tend to treat black kids very differently we tend to treat them more like they're adults and and more harshly and and this of course is nothing new but in any case the chief of police when asked about these perpetrators and by the way they were fourteen years old kid got hung was eight he said these people need to be protected mistakes they make as young children should not have to follow them for the rest of their lives you know broadly i agree with that sentiment but and and.

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"slattery" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

2 Dope Queens

02:30 min | 4 years ago

"slattery" Discussed on 2 Dope Queens

"That right unlike him baby not myself now and i spectrum cable it's not great okay so if i'm new man's and then thing about what kind of man sideline and i feel like the way to do is you have to i'm all about this secret i'm not about what hope ray rice get into the universe like a eyes so i've been being gameday age range is like thirty five to like five thousand forty seven i don't know well let's and get a drink and i'm like okay so what and made him and this is slide confident in themselves like he loves their career and they go maybe someone who looks like i'm michael b jordy or like and john slattery okay okay from yes alright so for this secret to i feel like mediations his like to calls and that are like really look am it is like to and then maybe not like you're trying to find like i'm michael be jordin like in that like and jason it's a fan like it's like a nice and it is michael be joining the smell it in in this guy's a central part passes like that essence of them michael being short minus being thing that's it tight tight like and john slattery that's like older i love the way i'm into that yeah like a silver fox i won a silver five he's nervous i there any silver fox isn't everybody he's like twenty i national is twenty even i still you a throw laugh yeah and i granted with me and i started about taxes on your yeah terrible had some line you're like i'm not to get out of you care okay right so may be one of seven with that would be they're like that and i think he is scott okay so i didn't day situation obviously i'm waning cute sweater yeah maybe not this this is a little but the pop up off obama christmas where maybe not that the like a and nice like has in years sweater like a crew man yeah let them women's for me me and the i was so it's going to be in the faa i mean tanking like i teach maybe some mold.

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