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"steve morton" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"Martin king tut the well what is the reference to Michael Goodwin what's the significance what's the correlation I it was just running the Michael good with favorite comedic actor was the more this is I mean she's a comedian said Steve Martin they don't make them like him anymore well let us agree to a very very serious topic and the one of the but about the best columnist in New York City of of all the papers the near post the best paper by far Michael good when used to write for The New York Times he won a Pulitzer Prize any now writes for the New York Post he's fantastic and he's been all over governor Cuomo and this horrific and nursing home scandal it's just a really really a a awful awful story and it's been a cliff blocked out by the local news media by the national news media nobody is covering it Michael Goodwin is covering a good morning to you Michael hi good morning guys thank you yeah well so far so good one day at a time to do love Steve Morton anybody well let's get to it I used to think it was really really what was the most hilarious man on earth but he was not his age but he's a he's still a funny guy so I'm on Jerry Seinfeld comedian in cars getting coffee still funny but this governor Cuomo thing that you write about the the it's entitled the nursing home disaster is on you governor Cuomo that's what you write tell us about it Michael Goodman well back on March twenty fifth and and that seems like a long time ago now but just to put that in context we knew everyone knew that the vulnerable population was in nursing homes don't forget the first big outbreak in America was in a nursing home in the state of Washington so it was very clear that nursing homes the elderly people with underlying health conditions piece besides age they were the ones who were dying in Italy and Spain so we knew they were the most vulnerable the governor himself talked about them being the most vulnerable populations and yet none the less on March twenty fifth the state department of health put out in order to nursing homes and rehabilitation centers that they must must admit or re admit any covert nineteen patients I end they could they they could reject them they didn't say this was a basically you can't reject them solely on the basis of their being positive for the virus end you can even ask them or ask their physicians if they've been tested that war if they're positive so it was effectively sight unseen you have to take these patients and by the way the it that begins tomorrow media yes so there was no time to repair and so don't forget at that period there had been a ban on visitors to nursing homes so families were not allowed in but the infected patients were forced and so we now have thousands and thousands of dead people in nursing homes all around New York state and that order is still in effect those people are still being taken into those nursing homes and still the families are not allowed in I mean it is perhaps the dumbest thing government has ever done he's I wouldn't even use the word on what I would say the meanest most disgusting so how is a crime murderess I mean dumb is being really really nice and I got to tell you that again Bernie talked about the Telugu calling him might go placed all my seniors die if he wanted to initially pull the wool over our eyes and act on which by the way he could do in the city because so many books love and they're okay with it at this point as much as we know now he really cannot Domini warp anymore why not just stop it right now before a few more thousand die yeah I mean that's a great question and I wish I had the answer that but I think the obvious conclusion we draw from his failure to do that is that he does not yet own the mistake he stalked all around it he's threatened the nursing home owners she's talked about you know charging him with perjury taking away their license meaning their livelihood all kinds of things but he has never admitted the mistake was that the order of the March twentieth order was a mistake and it's still in effect now yesterday he talked about well if they don't if they can't take care of the nation just tell us no no no that's not what the order says order doesn't give them any way out and so if he wants to change the order they should change the order then we would know he is a good knowledge in is a mistake but he can't do that because Andrew Cuomo never makes a mistake no you're right about that you put the actually put the paragraph in your columns so people should go to a new York post dot com or by the paper and read it the column the directive that orders distance fatal fatal the decision on the part of the the Cuomo's department felt to reverse it you're right would be admitted admission of guilt but Cuomo's act I don't know I wasn't aware of this you write this quote you don't have the luxury of not knowing on quote and that's so true I mean you you're supposed he's a guy as you point out that micromanages everything any claims now he doesn't know yes I mean he's he's not he's not pulled the same answer twice I don't know G. I don't know about need turns to an aide for an answer to these questions it's his government is his department of health he has defended that order and yesterday the the question was about the the addition of seventeen hundred new debts to the nursing home total I don't know much about that frankly come on governor seventeen hundred people died in you brush it off as though it's insignificant you know when you look at it guys that at least a quarter of the people who have died in New York so far have died in nursing homes and rehabilitation centers where the sick people were sent a quarter now let's assume that never happened and that those people never died we will be talking about a whole different issue in terms of the virus right now the death would be dramatically lower instead New York is the epicenter now there are various causes for that the epidemic epidemiologists believe but they're not all so it's not all about the nursing home but the death totals are so driven by the nursing homes that had that policy not been in effect we would have a whole different much lower death total right now the whole city I think in the whole state would feel that it's not the death sentence that appears to be but for the elderly it is and the governor needs to fix this award winning columnist Michael Goodwin New York Post you can follow Mike on Twitter is a very good to apply I don't M. Goodwin underscored New York Post you know listen I was in Miami the ticket to sports for second Mike when when the Knicks even sit in front of me and the rest of the price and said basically read my lips like bush I am not leaving Miami on the dolphins coach I don't want the job in Alabama twenty four hours later he was in Tuscaloosa as you know your weapon it wasn't a day he was in Alabama and I know this governor says time and time again I'm the governor I don't want to be president but I'm I also always aware of the fact that fifty six percent of Democrats polled last week would rather see him as a guy going against Donald Trump then Joe Biden and I have to ask you this question if he really has designed devoted minute on something as big as the presidency he's got to know something like this is going to kill him kill him why would he allow this to happen what would be the motivation if you have to admit you made a mistake to win the presidency you got to do that you know I used to the no Andrew Cuomo pretty well we talk a lot we don't we don't that doesn't happen anymore band I always found him to be an honest guy in in many ways I think for a politician we have to qualify it I think he was sincere for example when he started the the help thing to help the homeless I think he was he was a a real centrist Democrat who talked about the homeless didn't just lose their keys and one day they had substance abuse problems they had all kinds of mental problems I mean so he was a courageous young guy at one point in his life now I think he's become risk averse and so everything is about up a kind of puffery we're the first state in the nation to do some of your readers press releases everything is New York its first new Yorkers first that's clearly about setting him up for national office no question about that he is often said that in the past that you know Albany didn't really interest him Washington is where the action was and so I think there's no question that's what he wants to do he's he's in a difficult position because this year he didn't want to do it he he he said he would serve all four years of his term so at the very least he's positioning himself for twenty twenty four one presumably if if Donald Trump wins this year there would be no incumbent and so I think that he he is looking forward to that but something like this you know I think forget the politics of decency demands that you end this policy and you you know I get letters from a lot of the people who lost loved ones in these homes and it is devastating to them and the governor does not insure them they write to the governor they call he will not return their call she will not talk about their emails but yeah he'll talk about his meatball recipe here because you know plus that's the other thing he talks a new endearingly about his elderly mother and how he wants to protect her and all that and yet this but but getting to us another issue here as opposed to president trump's press conference the obsequious Albany press corps I mean they typically ask him a question about the nursing home and then they sit back why did you lie they don't have to because they don't follow up they don't interrupt them like they would drop like why did you use the USNS comfort when it was here why did you why did you let the Javits center leave when you could be putting those people in that place right there no question about his March twenty fifth mandate has it been rescinded if not why not none of those questions adult dishonest local news they don't even cover this stuff yeah yeah I mean it you know that does show an ambulance pulling up to a nursing home and taking away corpses and all that where do they think these corpses are coming from they're stacking up in funeral homes they're coming from nursing homes primarily I mean they're not coming from the hospitals are coming from the nursing home and so when you look at these totals you would think that more people in Albany would jump on this angle of the story but look the Albany press corps I have to say the New York Post reporter young woman named Bernadette Hogan she's the only one the only has been asking these questions yes and and I think that the post is.
"steve morton" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"A moment. Once again with details. Here's referee, Johnny bear. Tori group may have saved the goal. That's a very necessary penalty the second of which he is taken in this game one on Landis, Gog and Elvis went on Matt me at all. If you're confused as to adapt initiative holding look in the NHL rulebook they will now update video of that play right there. It's very easy to explain just take a look there will no longer be any confusion. With alan. And Mark Burton back in our NHL today studios. Saqlain engineer extraordinaire, onsite making things happen does not happen without. People who actually work on this program. Underlie? Unlike yours truly has back on the power play Monte by Brandon companies for three so far. Bruins have shorthanded. Here comes Marsh short Inigo yesterday versus Los Angeles, Marshon dangling in and he's talks that power play lasted, fourteen seconds. And now will play for on four. He's a slippery. Character is Brad Marchand. Again, here's Steve Morton four minutes for holding. We will not confuse d Morton with Dean Martin. Although I've never heard d- Mortenson. To the right at Semyon Varlamov so four on four for the next minute and forty six seconds. Barring any other infractions than the Bruins will have a fourteen second power play. Schanzer seven six Avs in this third period. Thirty one twenty eight ads on top overall. The time out light is on in the penalty box. We're debating whether we're going to break or not. We are power play. Excuse me, four on four. Between the Bruins and.
"steve morton" Discussed on Maltin On Movies
"And it's Joel Arnon Nilsson has flown and the Greek producer from the twentieth century new regency and a couple of other people, and they they pick this scene. And I I go I look at him, we lock eyes, and he looks at me, and I take my fingers like a gun, and I put it, you know, I'm gonna kill a call on comb at him. And he just flips me over in the middle of the Marco telling I hit, I bang my head on the side. I come up, and I'm I'm in there's Wilson. And I'm like, I'm Mona kill. I'm what I'm bleeding. I'm leading outta my I in it's but it's in there. It's nothing nothing unsafe. We both know and we get done, and we're breathing like two bulls. And Joel stands up and Joel there and Schumacher and Armagh Milton and are not I'll never forget, this aren't onset. This is why I love making movies, and they go you both got the role. Oh, wow. Wow. I couldn't I mean thinking about it. Now, I get even emotional thinking about like, I ran down that street down park. Screaming? Anybody would? And these are the days to like when I was. I I figured out a way after graduating from SUNY purchase how I wanna be around greatness. It'd be on feel greatness and acting. So I got a job as a night guy fill in at at a central park ho building Dustin Hoffman lived there. Steve Morton live there. It was. And I got to see Hoffman at least twice a day walk out an end of the Bill, and he was getting ready for like just unhook and Gary Oldman would walk by. And I'd be like, I'm gonna work. Would you someday? Gary Oldman, Michael Douglas, live next like these were people, you know. And and I remember Gary all those these were it was you know, that romantic time that you hope you never lose as an actor. Right. You know, I think if you lose it you just go do something else. You know? That's it though, something that we say all the time. If you don't think this is cool, then you should probably do something else. Because it should always be not every aspect is going to be the greatest thing in the world. But it's pretty cool and an exciting. You know, I think I do you work with somebody were very fond of no we've had here on this show. Catherine hardware. Luther talked how she she who know their special called her early. She was coming off of, you know, set designing hell, yeah. That's a it's a whole. She was in a whole other. It's it's crazy to think of you know, you come across you come across people in you. You just know they're special and new in the room with their Jeremy Renner, and I played Reuters in that thing he and you knew she was special you knew she loved actors and she loved the process of, you know, building, you know. And I that's to me. I that's what I become really fond of directors that they love actors that you bring stuff in. And you know, you're calling them at three in the morning are texting in at three in the morning, Tim, Ben, Pat, and and at three oh five about a fight scene. In boardwalk, you're hitting Catherine hard with about, you know, I think I I remember God crazy stuff. But I did and do. Played one of the two brothers that were from the beach, and I would go every morning on the way to the set down there and at a milk jug. And I'd go to go to the Pacific at put salt water in it, and I would pour all of my because salt water in the air like he'd been surfing that morning. You know, a that was the thing that dropped me in on on that character, you know? So, but yes, she special and we knew she was special. So what did you study at purchase? Well, it's a conservatory. So it's four years mandatory for years. So you're there with either with acting first year acting speech voice, and then you're studying the classics, everyone shit Shakespeare Strandberg Ibsen, do, you know, check off everything you just immersed in it. And I got lucky I had a had a woman..
"steve morton" Discussed on Comedy Bang Bang
"So you've moved on from ones that you previously have enjoyed. Yeah. And you you burnt out on them. Yeah. I do. I'm kind of into avocados with that. Trader Joe's chili lime salt on them. Okay. But I'm in the market for a new knockout snap. Well, it's a rainy the rainy season. Now, maybe something a little more piping hot. It is. And that's the thing when it's raining your palate, did, you know, scientifically when it rains your palate actually adjusts. That's right. Your your taste buds expand? Yeah. You start wanting a cinnamon cider and actually bark up have Mark your body actually changes an expanse through most of the pallet. That's right. So I think that avocados they seem more like a summer snack. Tha that's right. So maybe you're looking winter snow. You know, what is good an English Muffin with sharp cheddar on? If you wanna go crazy put a little mermaid under there. You fucking pay. That sounds good. I remember when I was doing the Thomas English Muffin commercials. Yeah. On this show on this show that made me wanna eat them. They're good. They're good. Hey thomas's. Come on back. We're talking about you miss. So you put a little marmite you say you ever had it from the land down under. I I don't believe I've ever had the pleasure now, I've never had feeds in my. But I wanna try it. Yeah. How bad maybe this could be your winter snack because over there. It's summer. I guess I could do like also butternut squash. And and this is good conversation. No. I didn't listen to you put me on the spot. I thought actually we were in good conversation. Then you like Batman Batman that man me. What about Beetlejuice you wanna talk about him? He's funny old movie the character in the old movie. He's funny. Who is funny? I emailed us his funny fool. What about let's talk about guess planes, trains and automobiles what do you got on that? When I was younger. I think if flew over my head in some way, and it's like the plates the titular planes it flew past like a train now. I really watched it. What part of it? Did you not comprehend? I remember that. I didn't like it. And I don't remember why just like, you know, John Hughes. So good nineteen eighty seven her. So. I don't. Yeah. Thanksgiving nineteen eighty-seven, but it's really fun. So you so you like it now. So previously did not like it. Currently do like, yes, that's good. Now. I tried that with raising Arizona. That's still still don't like it. Yeah. I enjoyed it. But it's just not it's never going to be one for me that I'm like. This gets me. Right. Where it needs to like, some people some people don't get it. Does you love it? Do you? Let it go. I think that's one of the worst things anyone can say when someone is saying they don't like somebody is someone goes. Oh, yeah. Some people don't get it. No. They they're implying that you don't you? Don't like it because you don't understand right anytime. Anyone says that to me I go I fucking get it. I just don't like it. I'm not buying it. Yeah. So so nowadays, you like planes trains, what was appealing about it to you. Is it John candy's performance themes of wanting to be home? Yeah. I also you're thinking right now you'd rather be home. No, I love being here. Honesty. Yeah. But I loved how simple the story is. And my thing is that movies now everyone's like it needs a set piece. They needed to stakes need to be like as big as the world the world is going to explode. No, let's dumb it down. Let's go back to man wants Dr man can't drive now. That's dumber than it is. It's just see one man home for thanksgiving and loves plane men breathe air. But basically, it's just so simple. And I feel like nowadays. It's like, yeah. The stakes have to be through the crazy twists there has to be huge set-pieces if it were happening now, it would be like Steve Morton needs to to go back home because he needs to deliver his life's baby or he needs to deliver the the the the cured cancer that needs to get to all the people in the hospital in time. Yeah. Know the whole hospital daughter..
"steve morton" Discussed on Unorthodox
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I have another baby related Mazda. Nagin farside friend of our show and host of fake the nation welcomed a beautiful baby girl at the end of September. Rica rayon for Assad is a Cutie I've seen a pick. I didn't even know she was pregnant in order to think, you know, some thinking everything about your podcast hosts. And and again, I saw I saw a little pocket. So of the future actually did know 'cause I follow her on Instagram has been born, you know, also baby related news. My mazal tov is to my old friend Beth Rocco. Who along with her husband? Larry Samuel has a newborn baby boy William Samuel born December thirty first two thousand eighteen just in time for the tax break, Beth it should be said was kind of legendary at my high school. She was the woman she was editor the yearbook president of the senior class captain of the soccer team. She is she's with without her. Luma Chafee class nineteen Ninety-two is just an impoverished rag tag group of a couple hundred preppy people with Beth it's legendary that she has a child is immensely gratifying to me. So welcome to the world William Samuel Leow. Do you have a mazal tov this week? My muscle tone is sort of fear who will now give us a real muscle. Mazal tov to my father, Scott evil who is going on his first sabbatical ever later this month for four weeks. He he and my mom are going on a little trip and really excited for them way. Though, Sebastian Coe's four weeks. Yeah. That's barely a sabbatical. Well, this is like corporate world. That's not an academic like you guys like for us about a year and a half six and a half years. That's Schmidt attacl at best. Now. It's about a goal. Do feel. Did he earn it? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. And a sabbatical also in academia, you're supposed to have a project vacation. No, this is the case is vacation. Yeah. Oh boy. 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"steve morton" Discussed on Poop Culture
"I just I can't tell if that face on Mr. T is disgust or utter eroticism like he can't take. I'm gonna ladder. He looks pretty pretty turned on. Yeah. By just the girth of Zeus chest the photo in question is actually from rocky three it's where you have clubber Lang and rocky face to face. But when I limited rocky input in tiny Zeus Lister. I didn't change Mr. T at all. But he just started pouting. You just solve a sudden looks like he's pouting instead of facing off against rocky Zeus looks like you seen orgasmic before. Right. Oh. Oh, queer nothing. Does it look to see fucking the same expression on his face? I think unicorns are really kick ass. I think Depeche mode is a sweep, and I thought no holds barred and Friday were pretty bad ass. All right. So what's the name of this movie? We get tiny useless ter-, Mr. T. What do you think? We'll maybe time for t-. Ooh. Time for t the ultimate showdown teatime. Balls deep deepened t-. I'm just gonna go with mahogany. Mahogany. Dark wood. Fuck. Yeah. I I don't know the both of these guys huge muscle bound men both of the eighties. So I'd like to see them showdown. Clubber Lang kick the Iraqi for a little bit. At least you'd think he'd be able to you know, hold his own against Tiny's Lister. Are we still talking about gay poor? The way you're describing it maybe I don't know. All right. Yeah. What is this next one? Sure. The next one. So this next one is a movie that I absolutely want to see I just wanna see I don't know what it's about you guys. Tell me all I know is by looking at this. I have to see this film. Oh, man. This looks like a barn burner. God. This is simple is a really easy one. So you got a picture of a depressed, dad, obviously. And then you got Tiffany empathy season and ori- hayme Corey Haim knocks up Tiffany season. Because of that the data sad. Why can't I think of the dad's name getting Martin Steve Martin Steve Morton is Tiffany abor thesis dad, and now he knows yes. To raise this fucking bastard child because Corey h-have is obviously going to die of a drug overdose. And he knows that he's going to have to fuck in raise this kid. There we go. I want to see this movie. You know, kind of what I was thinking is, you know, of course, Steve Martin's the dad you're right on with that Tiffany embassies since the daughter, she doesn't get knocked up. But when I was thinking Corey hayme is kind of like the asshole boyfriend who's always trying to scheme his way into seeing her and sneak into the house and sneaker out. Right. Ocsar up inox are up in the end. But you don't wanna give the ending away fucking spoilers. No, no. It happens in the beginning. The way we do that very beginning sexy. They're both eighteen Dory about it. Sex beginning, the find out within the first five minutes, she's pregnant in they're trying to hide it from dad dad finds out and and then the whole movie is he's plotting to kill Corey hame. He hires Corey Feldman to do it. He's not in this picture, maybe higher. Screech powers to do it. Because it looks like you're using the background to save by the bell there. Maybe that would have been a twist it all happens at the max through everything goes down. That's like the go the opposite around here. I'm gonna say that Corey hayme is Steve Martin's, son. Ooh. And Steve Martin is retired. And he's giving the business to his son. Who's always been kind of a fuck up is always out chasing tail and drugs. And then Tiffany, amber, 'this and comes in as a gold digger..