20 Burst results for "Smoky Mountains"

Chicago - Remains Of Elgin Man Found In North Carolina Campsite

John Williams

00:28 sec | 2 weeks ago

Chicago - Remains Of Elgin Man Found In North Carolina Campsite

"The remains of an Elgin man have been found at a North Carolina campsite in the Smoky Mountains. W. G. M's Kim Gordon reports. The remains a 43 year old Patrick Madura were discovered after Backpackers found an unoccupied tent Friday afternoon along the Hazel Creek trail and then discovered the remains with the bear lurking nearby. The park Service says an investigation is underway. The Smoky Mountains is home to about 1500 bears, which are allowed to live in the wild Park Rangers euthanize the Bear,

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:08 min | 4 months ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on KTRH

"House smells and music can take you back most places I want on the store would you think of a story that when you hear a song it makes you think of a time and place and you can hear it you can you can see yourself as if you were outside yourself in that position okay so let me tell you mine we no I'm not going to make fun of you so place smoky mountain rain political of the show sees my brother Chris and we had a neighbor across the street name Keith McConnell and wave the sheaf was ultimate contracts he was from southwest Louisiana that is all about his wife and her sisters and the husband by love his his brothers in law didn't have names they were both and well one he would say let's go by and get run only then will play best case was a world class basketball player he's the real life was Pete Maravich pistol Pete and therefore pistol Pete was my and so Keith would have he played a basketball league in Johnson's by you where he was from which is not a short drive from on on a school night but if we didn't have anything going on because we were overbooked we beg our parents my parents really like Keith they knew he was a good influence on us and he was like a Big Brother and he was a little kid himself he is so much fun N. we would drive to Johnson by would watch him play in the league we get to warm up with the team before the game shoot during halftime and then on the way home hi I was on the way home the stock in a fast food burger and fries and.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Cultivating Place

Cultivating Place

02:52 min | 1 year ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Cultivating Place

"Dr Langley taking us on a plan collecting and taxonomy field trip to the great smoky mountains in one of the courses. It was just like, wow, four or five days kind of backpacking through the great smoky mountains wilderness collecting, you know, I don't know whether we but we and the and the, the plan presses, you know, carrying those things with you. It was just it was the most magical thing. So I think that's kind of where this all started. And so then you go through this reevaluation period and you recognize these moments of real interest in and magic as you say, and is it at that moment that you decide to look into plant work plant study, tell us the next step. So the next step reevaluating was. What, what aspect of plants and plant by Allah, G and taxonomy was really meant for me, and I don't know, I guess, I applied for graduate degrees in porta culture and landscape architecture at a number of universities around the country and I landed at North Carolina State university. My major professor was Dr j c Raulston clearly. He is the most influence fluential person in in my life as I think about, you know, met a very tragic on timely death in an car accident. But he was the person who chose to, you know, he he guided me through my graduate work at Carolina state university, which combined horticulture a bit of landscape architecture a bit of forest resources management. So it was a nice combination of. Kind of degrees. I kind of charted, my oh, made up my own degrees along their Bob Hyland is a placement in plant world activist, and advocate from early thoughts that he'd be a country doctor. He's now a nurturing plant person to communities large and small as such. He has been party to many shifts, and changes within the horticultural world, these past decades, from the renaissance of specialty plant nurseries a few times to trending garden design to the innovative changes in making public horticulture more inclusive and relevant in regards to education and audience engagement Bob has been there. We'll be right back after a break to hear more stay with us..

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"Year's day parade, and our government is still in crisis. How would end how long will it last special contributor? Larry Kane reports the answers may come down to who wants to make a deal in the government shutdown of two thousand eighteen on this last Sunday of a most tumultuous political year. The president is suggesting again that without a wall. He may cozy entire southern border right now. Eight hundred thousand federal employees are either laid off or working without hey, just most of them are middle to lower income wage earners life will be difficult as long as this last hit may be get worse last night, the president signed that executive. Order freezing pay increases professional workers. The president is facing harsh realities by a margin of fourteen to seventeen points, the latest national polling the blame on President Trump. But here's the reality is approval ratings are down. But three other groups basically shares the same blame if they don't become proactive or at least try to make a compromise. They are the Republican Senate leadership. They went home without talking to Democrats, the Democrats who remain rigid, and the incoming governor critic house every day will cause more pain for thousands right now. The pressure is on the president. But as time goes by that could change Larry Kane, KYW NewsRadio. A woman from Texas has been killed by a tree knocked down by high wind a great smoky mountain national park in Tennessee forever in doing. So she may have saved her child's life. Apart spokesman says the forty two year old mother of three was hiking with her husband and children.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

Pantsuit Politics

03:36 min | 2 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pantsuit Politics

"My husband went on a hiking expedition in the smoky mountains than his hiking partner got injured and I became the hiking partner, and I went on a ten mile in camp overnight, five-mile out hike in key mountains, partially on the Appalachian trail with my husband, which was in stark contrast to how started the week in Manhattan. Although both involved a lot of walking, it was really, really beautiful. Like I said, I had a minor political scandal in Paducah, so be able to escape to the mountains with no cell service was really, really nice. And we had some beautiful time and vistas and I can't quite use my legs, which is fine sitting down recording today, but it just was really, really great. It was a, it was a tiring fall break, but a reviving and re-energizing one at the same time. So just recovering from that today. As we get back to the normal swing of things. I cannot believe that you did that hike on the fly. I sent on the full text message right after she got back and was like, please get in the bath with Epsom salts immediately. I did do that only minor league took the edge of them, but I, I mean, it was on the file. I bought hiking boots the day before, so it was. It was serious. I mean, I'm I walk a lot. I'm not out of shape, but my legs are sore, but it's my husband. So I was just that's when you're going uphill like that. I mean, we went, we took two miles almost directly up and then three miles downhill. So it was it was a lot. It was a lot. That is a lot. You ask a lot of this. You didn't New York City and then hiking. Yeah. I mean, feet. Your feet are owed some good massage time from somewhere. Yeah, that's happening that's going to happen for sure. What's on your mind outside politics? I purchased a meal planning system from the lazy genius, Kendra, and I am working on getting my dinner life in order. I do not typically meal plan. This is completely out of character. For me, but I am tired of getting two, three, four o'clock in thinking, what are we gonna do for dinner and more often, my husband's saying at three or four o'clock, what do you want for dinner tonight? And me being annoyed with him because I'm thinking about everything except what we're going to have for dinner tonight. Even though it's a perfectly reasonable question and better to think about it three or four o'clock than five or six o'clock. So I have gotten kinder's guide. She's giving me all kinds of information. I've gone through my refrigerator and gotten rid of everything that we don't use as she says, you need to do. I've put labels on everything in our refrigerator. So I know like what's in my produce drawer, what's in my juror that has cheeses in it. All my leftovers are labelled. So I know what the dates are on the so I'm making progress. The skin be a long journey for me because it is very much not my jam, but I'm gonna get. I'm going to get to a place where we don't have that conversation at three or four o'clock anymore. My husband is a long term commited milk plans, so I don't cook in my home. I cook breakfast, but I don't cook dinner. But my husband does meal plan and he goes to the grocery store on Sunday buys all the things. And then we have the meals for the week, and it really does make things so much easier when he knows like, well, this is I have this in this plan, which one do you want to eat or whatever. And then I mean, he's been doing it for a long time. I think it definitely makes our lives easier. I still don't think we have a great leftovers still thinks because I, here's what happens to the meal plan in our house, like we have the meals planned. And then sometimes the food goes away anyway, because you have like an event pop up that you didn't think about or somebody works late and can't fix it, and so you have to order pizzas..

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Smoky Mountains National Park Service, Susan Clements and Cincinnati discussed on Joel Riley

Joel Riley

00:16 sec | 2 years ago

Smoky Mountains National Park Service, Susan Clements and Cincinnati discussed on Joel Riley

"Funeral. Arrangements are pending for Cincinnati area woman who went missing in the great smoky mountains National Park Service officials say the body of Fifty-three-year-old Susan Clements was found yesterday after a week long. Search Clements was psyching with her daughter last week when they became separated on a trail in the great smoky mountains national

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Judge's ruling enables Kentucky's last abortion clinic to stay open

Gary Jeff Walker

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

Judge's ruling enables Kentucky's last abortion clinic to stay open

"Kerry automotive dot com. The search continues in North Carolina for a missing woman from cleaves. The National Park Service says Fifty-three-year-old Mitzi Clements was last seen Tuesday in great smoky mountains national Park, Rangers say that Clements disappeared after she became separated. From her daughter on a hiking trail, a Mason high school students has died after a bike accident of this week funeral. Arrangements are pending for Mason high school student who was riding her bike when she was hit by a car. For Thursday

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Smoky mountains. That's if congress can support a new way to allocate the money required. We're joined now by ledge king Washington correspondent at USA Today. Ledge what's up here? Well, national parks have been if he visited recently they've been in various states have disrepair. There are bridges out there centered out bathrooms that negro pair parkways that have potholes or been closed just the right of neglect happening in the national parks. Then why there's just nobody's been willing to spend money on it. Basically, I mean these things cost money to maintain. They're not always sexy issues many of these repairs. We're talking about as I mentioned our restrooms visitor centers campgrounds, sewer and water systems. So kind of the bones of these parks that aren't often out there for everyone to see, but are absolutely necessary for these parks to exist and to serve people. How much do the parks say they need to get things back on track. There's about eleven point six billion dollars in identified repairs. That have been the numbers stayed the same for a number of years. It's fluctuated a little bit. But it's billions and billions of dollars half of it as roads and parkways and the other half are other sorts of structures and sewer and water infrastructure. Boy, I was floored by the one stat you quoted in one of the paragraphs we said all but five of the country's four hundred and seventeen national park sites have some type of need so four hundred and twelve out of four hundred seventeen need help your math is correct. That's right. Hundreds and hundreds some obviously have more problems than others. But things like a sea wall at the statue of liberty, a a water, piped at the Grand Canyon the Parkway at the George memorial, George Washington, Royal Parkway that runs in and out of Washington DC. It's it's it runs the gamut. But yeah, they're everywhere. We're speaking with king Washington correspondent at USA today. He's written a piece about how the national parks are decaying and congress is looking to raise billions of money for it. How will the money be spent is it based on say the number of visitors which would I think makes smoky mountains national park popular. Maybe you'll semi. I don't know. How does that work? Well, the money the money would be raised to first of all through existing development of energy. So federal government collects royalties on oil drilling, for example. And so that's where the money would be collected. And it would be spending and doled out based on a priority list that has been developed by the National Park Service. So there are, you know, high priority and their priority projects, and then, you know, going down the list less and the money that they're talking about raising would be about five or six billion. So about half of the need those go to high party projects and party projects around the country. Okay. And then what's the chance of passage here? You know with congress. It's you never really know. This one has bipartisan support it has the backing of interior secretary Ryan Zinke. So it has all the elements of a Bill that is destined to be passed. But your listeners may know that congress doesn't always get done. What seems obvious? So there's a lot of other things roiling about from me Brad Kavanagh nomination to spending bills, preventing government closure, etc. So it's it's not a done deal. It's iffy. But it's got a good Scott a good chance. And then the the money that they're trying to raise would come again from. Natural gas oil related stuff all sorts of the federal government collects royalties on all sorts of activities, like oil drilling natural gas drilling. There are energy uses mining on federal lands around the country and offshore. So it would be a variety of sources sledge king Washington correspondent at USA today. Twenty minutes now in front of the hour on This Morning, America's first news..

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Oregon's safer i was gonna say some dumfries of forgetting our echo i was just it's still say it i know it's never did it up to you he hid it and quit it right what were you can say john oh era i i was just i was just surprised at how fucking weird and bizarre this movie was like like i said it was it was a prime time thing it no matter what i'd still okay it's a delhi parting christmas thing it was fucking weird it was weird in a made no godam sanson they put it on tv i'd i think both of these movies are inspirational because kids if you have a dream to make a movie you can do it there is ample proof out there it can be done that's exactly i think what i enjoy most about both of them which is that i could have written these movie is at the age i was in 1980 six and they would have been just as good no kid especially that first one i mean there's that's better like two minutes a writing but you know i don't i listen i don't think the intensive village can be written a disaster happier it just unfold in real time year totally there was new director saying line replica just like do something wolf to slap like a god the m maniac for awhile man no i don't i really thought that cell santa claus say a hundred.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"When was still make bilious and into look that more like eighty naira i feel like wikipedia says that not only did henry winkler directed but he had a cameo did you guys remember the carolina though maybe he played joke i don't know now i don't remember him in it at all no still magnolias eighty 89 behest this was this was before still magnolia so she was testing the waters for sure uh but she was she was like to make as was considered like her first good project onscreen i think that's ridiculous because ninety five is a classic that that holds up each issue but she sort of plays langhorne hone dare corn poneman doorly leg dummy kind of role and you don't really get a sense of dolly until after still magnolia then she headlines movies on our own straight talk were on that one with queen latifah oh the singing one yeah and she's so she's not a great actress she's really funny i love her it's funny about not being a great actor and um that's all wonderful but this movie is a treasure because it's you can see her trying to act of oh yeah in every seen you can see that they've got so much makeup on her and trust me just from like a drag point of view look if you had to get up and put on as much hair and make up its she has on in every single theme in a oneroom cabin in the smoky mountains every day you wouldn't get anything us done that that luke is so intense and worse dismissed she wake up in her makeup sawn should in her hair is already ready at her nails are perfect and it's just one of those funny 80s like nonsense things where up with in delhi pardons case i believe he could actually wake up like that.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Yeah yeah just a little chad sheets trivia them the film he did before the uh 'smoking on christmas was called the sector me a delicate matter by god how did he play the dick i can see we only had brought the i what what this is this is this movie has quite a cast extols parse paul sorvino eva goethe and lauren green light gotta watch this now oh my god yes i'm looking at this if it like klay today showed at hospitals like before you go in for surgery or something to pick at the comedy okay yeah while yeah i don't is man i mean this is not anything i would have watched in eighty but this is all it just remind you like this was on network tv and there was so much shit that you watch now that has just looks insane and you're like this was considered normal this was fine this was prime time family fair i am i don't think it was considered normal i can't imagine i think it was considered if ritt aired on abc originally and i bet you anything it which is considered like oh it's a dolly christmas movie the say that you if you watch any of those hallmark garbage movies now they are terrible with the worst attempts at see me in waco diverse and the worst attempts at seemingly modern in hip but at the end they're just like romance novels when they all have the same stereotypes for aid this is just the i mean they can be very good they can be very enjoyable especially if somebody in the cast has enough of a sense of humor that they're lay that way griggs yeah yeah so some buddies by calling him out it can be funny but this movie is i think that um there was a again there was a dolly renaissance in eighty six i think it by eighty nine she had her own show echoes light us little hor house in texas either big braley renaissance i don't know if that was a big movie or not but i remember it i remember the name.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"That was not giovanni your bc although it was it was no he wouldn't really sorry he was aren't he would have played it much more mentally unstable had it been giovanni obese even if that young age sorry go head michael don't i was going to say that the one of the blind alleys that i felt kind of misled by is and the kid who plays jake right and that kid has been in other things he's he was this was not his first movie although he did die in the nineties think so it was close to his last movie and um he lift kid has this look that they used to do when the facially he's androgynous drowsiness enough that you could have said you could have imagined that this kid was a girl with short hair who was dressing as a boy to protect people from finding out that she was a girl for or something and the whole wave through even this time when i watched it i was like what are they gonna tell us the jakes really a girl in it never happens it's just the jake is that kind of like he's got that 70s actor 80s or early actor face where he's and drudge in his sleigh a boy and his name is lake chad sheets in real life or something and you you want the and i'm just waiting for that reveal and that reveal never comes and it feels like we've set it up because the by jake why are you so tough well i have to be tough you know because i have to take care of all of you and it'd be give him a reason to be a girl you eleanor cry that's why i'm so tough yeah.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"That that as well and this is where the movie should end but it does it goes on and they end up in a court room where jay bathhurst they say at that kid from the evil evil orphanage older although professor perez yeah whatever our expert it at a photographer rugs into the orphanage and and help save the children yeah but exactly big save the children with an get bigger called up in front of a judge any way and they do that oh this is our mother we want to be with her please let us adopt her and she never said anywhere in at movie that she wants all these kid the acts he said the opposites he's very clear we'll see what happens if the christmas guys but i'm not drop cnn thick but then um they she kisses lee major and they leave you believe that the all the kids are getting adopted by dolly parton only majors and they're going to live in the smoke is for the rest of their life and do whatever they want to do and and they're going to have a main servant who used to be a photographer gacy's they are agassi's their new uncle for hit none of which makes any i was like lee he's got this nice place backing ali why are they sleep in this godforsaken hall he was a lawyer in the city he came back to be amount man so that's true but i just like the mountains we you know they could probably find a nicer place in the mountains with all her money he huq hi how could say i was so delighted the siege on rigor as a john ritter and lee third talking without weirdo southern exit was like can run over the southern access a really bad that he was the dick van dyke of southern accent yeah it was awful by was too because i didn't see his name in the credit so i was like oh shit generators in it and i i mean i really like generator so that was me even though.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Um so lorna kits taken to the police station because she fights back when they tried it when they try to take the kids from her and they lock her up and the which sees her chance uh the which is names jez abell by the way in which we only hear once we hear the cop call her jazz about the very first seen and then the which uses her which you powers to turned herself into an old lady and um she gives dolly a pie because now in jail she said baked your pie deer and dullah leser wet light air right exactly never met you but you just happen to have a pie right so she raises pied she somehow gets it through the bars they turn it sideways to go through the bars you could tell they hadn't thought about that right that's that feel that felt like will make out how are we going to get this high put through the bars at so dolly's handed apply again she could have been handed a gun or a knife for anything vigour pie she takes one bite and falls unconscious and then the which reveals herself to be just belva which and dolly is um passed out like sleeping beauty on her bed uh lee majors and the um above the papua they have followed and seen some of this and i misquoted something when i talk to you guys earlier but they use a horse to pull the wall down and bring dolly out of jail i thought it was a donkey donkeys you're into this too yes that will out of sorts of her tally rides a donkey when he that's what he sold though truck or or four by four from the barton exactly exactly and then own the the um leaders tries to is stalling away and let us learn more as one of the plenty of sees because that's the one thing they try he kisses there nothing happens these like i don't know what i.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"It was i know it was like a bad i everything about it was bad but it's the only thing ahead and you can even by it anymore on it's not a dvd you can buy it from a collector but i'm not going to do that then it could help find it online you have the announcement the star of the movie michael atherton the title no he just had smokey mountain christmas oh i beg report i forgot to say storing miss dolly parton yeah the truth i mean and as he jacks with your nasty it's from that period in the 80s were dolly like had reinvented as like a classy our version of herself shipping can tacky before this year it was ninety five belly got ahold of her about malkey did the costumes for all of her own hurt tv variety show which lasted one season but it was rate before or after still magnolias i'm not sure which and she was like trying to be us more serious actress and not just like a bumkun in front of a camera and this unfortunately is not a convincing acting uh uh uh experience yes you can't even play herself really well why i looked up and questions forty about it though michael first yeah how dare you second what have i done in my life to deserve this you can answer any order i would like i said i found this whole thing delay for i don't agree with john in auckland all the good ways well as is glenn which shows up which is quite early i was at what it barrio great of his like the the what i love about that which is it's like dolly parton did know that there's gonna be any more magic in this movie and she was told as they filmed it.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Two we've made a global lowgrade of braves tom brady good jill vogel days but dry view tried yoga john which is wearing here he stuff bond is age five by law spain humvees stable j john duncan his regime the praise your rhyme by exactly all right we're back with michaels second pick michael which is smokey mountain christmas a television movie for 1980 six m directed by henry winkler ya also i didn't pick up on may all i did uh who is best known as um berries her corn on arrest of development yes uh although at the time i think he was mostly the funds right yeah yeah yeah still so be still a fond today's aquinas i think the context for this movie is important because i don't think it's a great movie oh reload tell you that rid of but it's a delightful mess which i love so much about it i also have a hard time getting through it and i will tell you that up front because i know you guys may be had our time getting through it but it's um it's hard to find i had taped it off of television a couple of years ago and not just an illusion michael a hallmark gel homer channel blue and he did not have you present the courtesy of getting rid of the commercial him he tried to cover the commercials you screwed up and went through farsi at a rewind.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"At attracted the i think that's a different well you know what i need i mean they wouldn't find them q they wouldn't want the uh the the doll this is the '60s the bathing painted now they're mostly point with sticks and stones as true but the fact that they put these sharp fucking teeth and skunk for something that's going to be greeting like children this so skunk even have sharp teeth like fat there would this pepi lapierre dozen i see a lot of skunk personally 'cause san francisco's overrun wisconsin believe it or not as unjust meld women with b arthur hair no but there's conflict out and like the marshy new parts of the city around the bay and a lot of them and m none of them have tried to bite me yeah i don't think i mean that's why they have the stainc they don't want to bite that's there to falls right or maybe just try changing your body spree if that's what you're looking for yeah give some acts pressure pressure that attracts skunk power they announced he has that's that's our audience acts body spread users what up bra i'd like to go back to something michel said where he said that he enjoyed something about this movie and i just wanna make it clear that i did not uh interesting about the first of all i wouldn't even call it a movie while uh ability to feed car is something something that was put onto film cinematic masterpiece.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

02:15 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"It's just so bad it and it could have literally been 30s a 30second shortly totally here's the plot the there it's christmas santa's village there's the skunk who works in with the elles making shit uh he lied decides to go fuck around instead of working his wolf boss comes to get him brings him back to work the eten shattered the fucking plot of this but there's so much weirdness in between by both the ours he goes to lick the north pole because he thinks it's ice cream even know the skunk does even though he works at the north pole at has for ever as far as we can tell so he would know it's not ice cream anyway sorry go ahead he gets it it's weird or even before because if if you if you remember we watched i think that mexican santa claus movie i can remember seeing that i don't think we watch it for this show but i've seen guess like were santa claus bike is like being vexed by the devil yeah thing now i have not seen how oh ambitious ms mr safety or three thousand did that one so you should find it yeah yeah it's funny and what i mean it's not a good movie but it's it's got a lot of disturbing injury in it one of them being the first scene of this movie which is that santa's castle is like in outer space and that santa was put thereby merlin the magician these these scenes that open the enchanted village film are directly stolen from that but they're directly wicked from that movie and then they go into oh here we are it's in his village in the north pole or whatever and then they go to the skunk licking the ice cream poll in the middle of the um in the middle of the park would have you and they don't even mention but merlin again ben it's just it's a weird moment why did you steal this from a movie it's a word was or sana and the ice cream bunny was that also tried to sell amusement parks or is another movie watched do it was on the ice cream bunny was based in a f 'nother theme park info character are good a drive for one bright now are this winter make sure.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"When he smiles there's there's portions of his legba go up so it's really uncomfortable so sad plastic surgery botched so sad it's weird to me like male country singer like women country singers are usually good singers male country singers to sound like a dude singing yeah they never is outlet impressive all the same yeah it's likely to sing in the car basically and i knew lots of people would disagree if that's the case but binge of sound all the same to me when the younger ones anyway yeah but you can tell johnny cash from uh oh yeah from willie nelson or whatever but yes insurer but the young ones it's like okay whatever it then it gets all music is that way i suppose were just old is what we're saying will since we're talking about old things maybe we should jump into this week's first movie yeah with michael pick both of these by the way in case there was any doubt santos gently and there was the illitch right what were unison exactly i will i felt like there was this challenge to see if we could find something worse than santa claus are sent an ice cream bunny which we did with two years ago the i have very very fond memories of santa running paliska an awesome painkillers or something only watch anything compared to citizens hindered village my memories are a great writer now because there's something sweet about that one that vis vis when does not have at sweetness it's i actually on this one a little bit terrifying.

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"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

Pop Culture Continuum

01:49 min | 3 years ago

"smoky mountains" Discussed on Pop Culture Continuum

"Y distant existence joe resistance marla let's start by tag the pilot send match his impacted laws who say day the jays everybody often pop culture continue of this john elliott this is patrick riccardi and returning for the millionth time i'm dolly parton oh god we all with you guys know that i have really always wanted to just do an episode of the show i have made made mention of many times as dolly parton or where we did delhi pertence christmas carol which is a real thing oh this is this is as close as we've gotten in three years of this way what's dolly parton christmas carol why didn't we white jet well we were going to do eight we're gonna writer owned radio yet but then m if you remember we researched it and what we found is that there is a dolly would allow show yeah us in which she plays the ghost of christmas past i think and or marlee or something and it's a hologram oh sohail though i i i need your guises work as my will to to send all of us to to to dolly were up to do this to watch it 'cause i would gladly do that someone else's prey oh yeah he i think her fans well you know some of her fans are still upset about the whole thing that happened at what the emmy's oh yeah when she talks shit about trump basically i think it was the golden globes or so yeah i don't even remember she's she stood there while other people did yes he did talk should see this was they were am reassessing them well exactly.

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