35 Burst results for "Stewart"

ROE GONE! What's Next?

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:40 min | 2 d ago

ROE GONE! What's Next?

"Is now in an interesting determination. There are many who feel that roe V wade was one of the worst decided cases in the annals of supreme courts up with plessy and dred Scott and just so many other cases that were wrongly decided by a court. And it is needed to be changed. The Dobbs case makes this premise a very real because the Mississippi case with the exception of a life of mother set this at 15 weeks. It said it below the threshold of what is determined, the courts have used his viability. But then the question became is it an undue burden if you said it at 15 weeks. Now there are many who frankly for the prolonged community are not crazy about 15 weeks. It allows 15 weeks in which states could allow abortions. But if they kept under the rogue concept, I think what is more being pushed here and what Stewart the attorney general from Mississippi is saying is now it is time just to start over. It is time to get the courts out of this decision making process. It is the time to get the courts out of this process. And send it back to the states in which you will then have the discussion of elected officials representing people that they see and know every day to decide is this where we want our state to be. Do we want our state to be a part of allowing abortion? Do we want to be a part of it and how much do we want to allow how far do we want to allow it? And you know, even going back into you want to allow just as Colorado and the District of Columbia and some recently have passed laws that say that abortion is legal up until the before birth. I

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Astros' Javier, bullpen combine to no-hit Yanks in 3-0 win

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 3 d ago

Astros' Javier, bullpen combine to no-hit Yanks in 3-0 win

"Three pitchers led by Stewart Christian Javier combined for a no hitter as the Astros playing the Yankees on the road three zero Javier was dominant throwing 115 pitches over 7 frames striking out 13 Yankee batters and allowing just one walk We'll leave your Hector and Harris pitch a hitless 8th while Ryan Presley closed out the night to secure the 14th no hitter in franchise history It's exciting you know I just like I said I just wanted to go out there and make quality bitches and see what happens and you know just think they hit it right through somebody and we got the same grade on the field And justice third career game first baseman JJ Mattis Chevy provided the game winning run with a solo Homer in the 7th That was the only tally a letter by Yang started Garrett Cole who scattered just four hits striking out 8 but was tagged with his second defeat of the year Mike Moriarty New

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Donald Trump Joins Sebastian to Discuss 2020 Voter Fraud

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

00:32 sec | Last month

Donald Trump Joins Sebastian to Discuss 2020 Voter Fraud

"And I got more votes than any president in history. And I was told that if I got the same number that I got in 2016, I'd win easily. And everybody know what happened. And most people know the Democrats, no better than anybody, but they're not going to admit that. But I think that Stewart and a lot of people are naive about 2020. They want to get on to the future. We all want to get onto the future. But if you don't learn from history and study it and make sure it doesn't happen again, you're going to have the same thing happen

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President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:07 min | Last month

President Donald J. Trump Returns to America First!

"And I served with great pleasure, the man who is now on the line, the 45th president of the United States and God willing, the 47th president Trump, welcome to America first. And you did a great job. I have to say that. You did a great job at everybody respected you. And you were a strong voice. So that's why I do your show. Well, thank you kindly, and we're going to keep you on through the breaks. We're going to blast through the Blake skies. Don't go anywhere the president will be with us for the rest of the show. President, let's start with I really don't know how to react. You know I'm with newsmax now. I used to be with Fox. I had great respect for the Fox business hosts like varney. But I don't understand this interview he did with you recently where he said most of your supporters want to forget 2020 they want to move on. Well, president Trump, I was there. I watched you in the front row at Mar-a-Lago. I don't know how you did it. You sat there for 90 minutes for the premiere of the national Seuss's 2000 mules. You saw the evidence, sir, of an election stolen from you and 74 million voters at least. There is no way we can go forward unless we fix the problems of 2016. Do you agree? Well, first of all, let me just say about sir, I really like Stewart a lot. I was a little surprised because I really believe that if I said G under the circumstances because we've seen such corruption. I mean, the 2000 meals is incredible, but that's just one form of many. Now that's definitive and determinative because there's so many more votes than you need to win. But there are many other things they did also. It was a very corrupt election. I think that if I said that gee whiz, this was corrupt and all that. But we have to go for it. I think our base would be very upset about it if you want to know the truth. They would be very upset. And I don't think that people Stewart would be one of them. And Stuart's very good. But I don't think people realize that I could say other ones that we like Friends of ours. I don't think anyone knows how powerful this is.

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Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

AP News Radio

00:59 sec | Last month

Parents hunting for baby formula as shortage spans US

"Parents parents parents parents are are are are hunting hunting hunting hunting for for for for baby baby baby baby formula formula formula formula supply supply supply supply disruptions disruptions disruptions disruptions have have have have led led led led to to to to a a a a nationwide nationwide nationwide nationwide shortage shortage shortage shortage infant infant infant infant formula formula formula formula is is is is getting getting getting getting harder harder harder harder to to to to find find find find analytics analytics analytics analytics firm firm firm firm data data data data simply simply simply simply says says says says forty forty forty forty percent percent percent percent of of of of big big big big box box box box stores stores stores stores are are are are out out out out of of of of stock stock stock stock up up up up from from from from thirty thirty thirty thirty one one one one percent percent percent percent in in in in mid mid mid mid April April April April it it it it started started started started with with with with spot spot spot spot shortages shortages shortages shortages during during during during the the the the pandemic pandemic pandemic pandemic then then then then in in in in February February February February abit abit abit abit the the the the company company company company that that that that makes makes makes makes similac similac similac similac recalled recalled recalled recalled several several several several major major major major brands brands brands brands and and and and shut shut shut shut down down down down a a a a large large large large plant plant plant plant in in in in Michigan Michigan Michigan Michigan after after after after federal federal federal federal officials officials officials officials concluded concluded concluded concluded for for for for babies babies babies babies suffered suffered suffered suffered bacterial bacterial bacterial bacterial infections infections infections infections after after after after consuming consuming consuming consuming formula formula formula formula from from from from the the the the facility facility facility facility two two two two of of of of the the the the infants infants infants infants died died died died Missouri Missouri Missouri Missouri mom mom mom mom Laura Laura Laura Laura Stewart Stewart Stewart Stewart tells tells tells tells the the the the AP AP AP AP she she she she has has has has had had had had used used used used four four four four different different different different brands brands brands brands in in in in the the the the past past past past month month month month for for for for her her her her ten ten ten ten month month month month old old old old daughter daughter daughter daughter who who who who normally normally normally normally gets gets gets gets a a a a type type type type of of of of formula formula formula formula made made made made for for for for sensitive sensitive sensitive sensitive stomachs stomachs stomachs stomachs on on on on Monday Monday Monday Monday White White White White House House House House spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki said said said said the the the the food food food food and and and and drug drug drug drug administration administration administration administration is is is is working working working working on on on on the the the the issue issue issue issue what what what what they're they're they're they're trying trying trying trying to to to to do do do do and and and and the the the the shorthand shorthand shorthand shorthand of of of of it it it it is is is is increased increased increased increased supply supply supply supply but but but but working working working working with with with with a a a a range range range range of of of of manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers manufacturers for for for for now now now now experts experts experts experts are are are are urging urging urging urging parents parents parents parents to to to to contact contact contact contact food food food food banks banks banks banks or or or or doctors doctors doctors doctors offices offices offices offices if if if if they they they they can't can't can't can't find find find find formula formula formula formula and and and and cautioned cautioned cautioned cautioned against against against against watering watering watering watering down down down down the the the the formal formal formal formal or or or or using using using using online online online online recipes recipes recipes recipes I'm I'm I'm I'm Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer Jennifer king king king king

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The Supreme Court Is at an Interesting Crossroad...

The Doug Collins Podcast

01:40 min | 2 months ago

The Supreme Court Is at an Interesting Crossroad...

"Is now and in an interesting determination. There are many who feel that roe V wade was one of the worst decided cases in the annals of supreme courts up with plessy and dred Scott and just so many other cases that were wrongly decided by a court. And it is needed to be changed. The Dobbs case makes this premise a very real because the Mississippi case with the exception of a life of mother set this at 15 weeks. It said it below the threshold of what is determined the courts abuses viability. But then the question became, is it an undue burden if you said it at 15 weeks? Now there are many who, you know, frankly for the prolonged community are not crazy about 15 weeks, it allows 15 weeks in which states could allow abortions. But if they kept under the rogue concept, I think what is more being pushed here and what Stewart the attorney general from Mississippi is saying is now it is time just to start over. It is time to get the courts out of this decision making process. It is the time to get the courts out of this process. And send it back to the states in which you will then have the discussion of elected officials representing people that they see and know every day to decide is this where we want our state to be. Do we want our state to be a part of allowing abortion? Do we want to be a part of it and how much do we want to allow how far do we want to allow it? You know, even going back into you want to allow just as Colorado and the District of Columbia and some recently have passed laws that say that abortion is legal up until the before birth. I

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CNN+ Looks Doomed as Public's Anti-Woke Appetite Grows

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:52 min | 2 months ago

CNN+ Looks Doomed as Public's Anti-Woke Appetite Grows

"So many of you have heard about this story of CNN plus. A CNN plus had the ambitious idea of trying to become some form of a Netflix for news. What a dumb idea. Axios dot com has come out and said that CNN plus looks doomed. CNN plus has roughly a 150,000 subscribers so far. We have more subscribers than CNN plus. Warner Bros. discovery wants to eventually bring all of them under one giant service around HBO Max, and CNN plus original plan was for CN plus to become profitable in four years by investing $1 billion into the service. Executives believe that if the service wasn't being kneecapped, its growth rate would have rivaled other print news outlets like The Wall Street Journal, The Washington Post, which have about 2.9 to 2.7 million digital subscribers, respectively. However, no one really wants to watch CNN plus. It's not just the fact that no one's subscribing to it, it's at the content itself, is going horribly. But it's not just on CNN plus, it's also Jon Stewart's new show. The post millennial dot com reports that Jon Stewart's new woke TV show tanks and loses 80% of viewers after first episode. It's on Apple TV. This is not sustainable at all. While shows like ours are flourishing and we're hiring and we're adding staff. And we are strengthening our entire program, our podcast is growing and our radio program is growing. And those things are doing on rumble is growing on YouTube. It's growing. Jon Stewart is floundering. No one wants that information. In fact, the shows like Bill Maher and Joe Rogan and ours and the people at the daily wire, the great folks of the daily wire, they're doing very well. There is kind of this anti woke appetite that is growing amongst the people.

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Andrew Sullivan: The Problem With Jon Stewart

Mark Levin

01:58 min | 3 months ago

Andrew Sullivan: The Problem With Jon Stewart

"I wish I could but I can't and that is read this entire piece written by Andrew Sullivan on this site the weekly dish It is a fantastic piece And mister producer let's link to it if we would The problem with Jon Stewart how painfully cringingly super woke must a comedian get to stay relevant And he appeared on this Jon Stewart show I don't even know where the hell it is I guess some podcast maybe on the Internet And he was set up in John Stuart has just discovered his Or racism Not him of course the rest of us So he promotes this entire ideology You know he probably read one or two of the books put out there By the race hustlers But I have to say Andrew Sullivan's response is extremely thoughtful and very comprehensive And I will touch on some of it here I'll move on from the way he was set up And to this on the race question Stewart has decided to go way past even Robin Deangelo if you read my book American Marxism you know she's a cook And his passionate anti whiteness is opening monologue was intoned at times in a somber tone As if you were delivering hard truce that only bigots could disagree with Yaga that no one in America had been prepared to have an honest discussion about race until the reckoning of 2020 He also suggested that nothing had been done by whites to support African Americans from 1619 Yeah he went there until now The most obvious solution reparations was he implied somehow absurdly taboo

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The Difference Between Jon Stewart & Mark Levin

Mark Levin

01:41 min | 3 months ago

The Difference Between Jon Stewart & Mark Levin

"Black people have had to fight so hard for equality that they've been irreparably set back in the pursuit of equity Now I don't know what that means exactly He certainly write with respect to slavery and people who are freed after slavery and segregation and so forth But a lot of black people in this country are not the progeny of original slaves or the segregation movement Any more than any then all the white people in this country are We had massive immigration in this country After slavery as well We've had it since But the point is what exactly is the purpose of these stereotypes Does it improve the life of a single person Some white people in this country Have for the work very very hard to have what they want to have what they get to pursue what they desire Have worked very very very hard They couldn't all go to Whatever universities that Stuart went to two thirds of the people in this country have never gone to a four year college Many people work very very hard but this is the difference between somebody like me and Jon Stewart I look at a person and I look at a person He does not

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Jon Stewart: America Has Prioritized White Comfort Over Black Survival

Mark Levin

01:26 min | 3 months ago

Jon Stewart: America Has Prioritized White Comfort Over Black Survival

"You see John leibowitz or is a Lipschitz mister British Will you check for me please Sleep a wet Lipschitz would have been so much more enjoyable But John leibowitz has never lived in a totalitarian regime I haven't either But I can imagine what it's like He can not He can not We have a guy like him who's made a fortune From being a punk not even a smart ass at dumbass May I say that I think I will Chose anybody can make it in America Cut 14 go For however sincerely we want to reckon and listen The truth is America has always prioritized white comfort over black survival Now listen to this you see this is how you destroy the individual There's 330 million people in this country He creates a stereotype he generalizes and he applies it to races There are other people who do this racist do this bigots do and other people do it He does it in a different way That's all He does it in a way that's acceptable that celebrated Let's celebrate it

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"stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

01:30 min | 3 months ago

"stewart" Discussed on Fresh Air

"Stewart made his first appearance as Picard in 1987, and has since starred in 7 seasons of the next generation, and several Star Trek films. It's hard to imagine now, but Patrick Stewart was a bit of a long shot to play the lead in the sci-fi TV show. At the time he was best known as a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company. He faced a lot of skepticism about whether he was right for the role, including from Star Trek's creator, Gene Roddenberry. But Stuart went on to embody one of Star Trek's most beloved characters. Stewart has continued to work on many other projects, including multiple Shakespeare productions. His one man version of Charles Dickens a Christmas Carol, and several X-Men movies as Charles Xavier. During the pandemic, Patrick Stewart provided a little relief on Instagram by reading sonnets to his followers. We're going to listen back to my 2020 interview with him. But first, let's hear a clip from the first season of Star Trek Picard. Years earlier, Picard had resigned from his commission as starfleet and retreated to his family vineyard in France, to live out the rest of his years. Embittered that the United federation of planets had lost its way. But a confused young woman named daj appears at his home, asking for help to figure out her identity. It turns out she's an Android and perhaps related to Picard's old friend data, who sacrificed himself to save Jean Luc. Dodge is killed by unknown assailants who also interpret card. Here he is recuperating, angry at himself for failing her and shoring himself.

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Who Is Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah?

The Doug Collins Podcast

02:01 min | 4 months ago

Who Is Rep. Chris Stewart of Utah?

"One of the things that I do, you know, that Chris, we talked about as well as I wanted to share because a lot of us see us in our public roles. And for you, I don't want to skip over the facts. You got a pretty great background story. And you know, not only being an air force, B one, I believe, setting records there. You're also an author. Give us a little bit of who Chris is. All right. Well, thanks, I mean, we all love talking about ourselves, right? I'll try to be brief. So Chris is a farm boy from Utah. I wear my father's air force wings as you may see here. He was a pilot in World War II. I come from a family of ten kids. Is that not crazy? I mean, let's just remarkable thing. And my dad, as I said, was an air force pilot, he had 5 cents. I'm sorry, 6th sense and 5 of us served in the military. So like you said, Doug and like you did as well, I served in the air force flu combat rescue helicopters and then the B one have three world speed records. This is kind of cool. Including the fastest nonstop flight around the world. So I got to do some just really fun things when I was in the military. And my wife and I still consider it some of the happiest times of our lives. And kind of like, you know, as we began, you miss the people. It's those friendships that you make. That's certainly true of our air force experience. And both of us feel like it was an honor to serve. Started writing books when I was in the air force. I've written, oh gosh, I don't know. 19 or 20 books in fact, Doug. I'll put in a little plug here. My last book just came out two weeks ago. It's called the final fight for freedom. It took me about three and a half years to write because I'm trying to write about the world and the world is just changing so fast. And I think your listeners appreciate that. I mean, things that we thought we'd never see, now we wonder, hey, maybe we'll see that by the weekend because again, the world just seems to be going crazy at a rapid rapid pace.

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Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

Fore The People

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Quirky Payne Stewart Inspired Willie Mac to Return to Golf

"And pain was my kind of guy. I liked pain growing up. Just 'cause he was so weird, like, did wear a knickers? I was like, he didn't give a shit. He didn't give a shit. He was like a weirdly ADD and then he had filled the mister perfect kid and then he just beat him, he said, he said, you're good, bud. You're gonna win a bunch of these. This is my. And I was like, wow, this is so sick. It blew me, it blew me away. You know, dude, that's badass, but you're right. You're right about pain, man, dude. I remember them like interviewing him back in the day and he's like, he was way young and he goes, he was hitting balls on the range and there was 6 guys wearing khakis and a white polo to his left and ten guys were in khakis and a white polo was right and he goes, what the fuck are we even doing out here? He's like, he goes, what is it? I mean, we even happen. Then he had the NFL teams. I mean, dude, yeah. It is style, man. That was pretty cool. That was pretty cool. And I think it's what, you know, I think his wife is like a total sweet or big, you know, she knew he was the king. She was the Queen and I always wanted to reach out to her. I mean, I was too low time to do that, but deep down, I always was like, hey, look, I started a whole new career because of your husband watching your husband and that's kind of made it the PGA Tour, but I never got to talk to her about it, but you know, it changed my life.

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Trevor Noah Made Anti-Semitic Jokes Prior to Hosting 'The Daily Show'

Mark Levin

01:29 min | 4 months ago

Trevor Noah Made Anti-Semitic Jokes Prior to Hosting 'The Daily Show'

"Trevor Noah he's the host of the show calls himself a comedian daily shows on Comedy Central which means it's a comedy show and The Daily Show is in fact ruined comedy Blame Jon Stewart because he took himself so seriously Because he had these people who did you know them were more young people get their news from The Daily Show than from cable news well actually I'd be okay with that because cable news is a cesspool But that went to John Stuart's head and went to all these other comedian centers like oh we're important now We're important now So daily shows Trevor Noah yesterday He attacks Joe Rogan These are jokes that Joe Rogan made 11 years ago They're stupid their offensive nothing I would say That's not the point here The point is this is Trevor Noah going after Rogan for things he said 11 years ago Now let me take you back to 2015 when Trevor Noah was named the new host of The Daily Show Jokes that he made 6 years before in 2009 only 6 years before he got the gig I'm going to tell you some of his jokes Here's Trevor Noah's joke here Almost bumped a Jewish kid crossing the road He didn't look before crossing but I still would have felt so bad in my German car You know because Germans killing Jewish children is funny Some of these jokes I can't say on the air But they're almost all directed at Jewish people

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‘Dune’ director out, KStew in and more Oscars surprises

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

‘Dune’ director out, KStew in and more Oscars surprises

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Turtles dying from eating trash show plastics scourge in UAE

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 5 months ago

Turtles dying from eating trash show plastics scourge in UAE

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'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 5 months ago

'The Power of the Dog' leads Oscar field with 12 nominations, followed by 'Dune' with 10

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America's Deeply-Rooted Double Standard of Justice

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

05:12 min | 5 months ago

America's Deeply-Rooted Double Standard of Justice

"If you don't really believe that there is a now deeply rooted double standard of justice in this country. Let me give you a couple of cases to compare one against the other. You remember Jacob chansley, the guy with the big feathers and the guy with the ridiculous outfit on January 6th. Now this is a guy who went into the capitol and basically paraded around. No weapons, no assault, no, even implication of violence. He spent 317 days in solitary confinement. And he got 41 months in prison. The DoJ actually wanted more, but that's what the judge gave him. Now, let's compare his case. With the case of another guy, this guy's name is montez teriya Lee. And this is a guy during a George Floyd riot and antifa BLM riot. What did he do? He set fire to a pawn shop. Deliberately. He was an arsonist. And there was a man inside the pawn shop. Named Oscar Lee Stewart, 30 years old, who was torched to death. This guy was burned. And his body was found afterward he obviously inhaled fumes and he suffocated to death. As a result of the actions of this guy montez, teriya Lee. This is the black guy, I'm looking at a picture of him he's kind of holding his hand up in a kind of black power salute outside the pawn shop. He was obviously very proud of himself and what he did, and he was making a defiant gesture outside the pawn shop. Look, I'm the guy who did this. And now I want to read from the Biden DoJ's statement of the judge asking for this guy not to get a typical murder sentence. Not to get a life sentence, not to get a capital murder sentence because the truth of it is if you commit an intentional felony, and in the course of that felony, even though you didn't intend to kill that guy in the commission of the intentional felony you did kill that guy, it becomes a capital offense normally, normally. But for the Biden DoJ, these are let's just say understandable circumstances. And so the Biden DoJ wants 12 years for this guy for this crime, a crime that normally carries life. I want to read from the Biden DoJ's document. They say, mister Lee's a motive for setting the fires of foremost issue. Mister Lee credibly states that he was in the streets to protest unlawful police violence and was, quote, caught up in the fury. Now they say the DoJ as anyone watching the news worldwide knows many other people in Minnesota with similarly caught up, quote there appear also to have been many people who felt angry frustrated and disenfranchised and who were attempting in many cases in an unacceptably reckless and dangerous manner to give voice to those feelings, mister Lee appears to be in that category. And then they go on to say, he appears to have believed that he was, quote, in doctor king's eloquent words. Engaging in, quote, the language of the unheard. Now, Martin Luther King of one point said a riot is the language of the unheard and here you have the Biden DoJ invoking Martin Luther King to make this guy seem like not a nice guy, but someone who sort of got whipped up into a frenzy and we can kind of understand the cause because after all, he was fighting for social justice. And then the judge goes along with this. The guy gets ten years, which when you consider what he did is an absurdly light sentence. Here is the judge. The judge says two mister Lee. And contrast this again with the judges who have been excoriating the January 6th protesters, nonviolent protesters. Oh, you overturning you're trying to overturn election. You're trying to mount a coup. You're endangering our system of government. Here's the judge. Her name is wilhelmina Wright. She says to Li that you are, quote, more than the person who celebrated your actions on social media. You are more than the person who destroyed that business by fire. You are more than the person who set that fire that killed a man. In other words, the real mister Lee is not the guy who did those things. And then the basic idea is this is how she concludes so while there are no excuses for your actions on May 28, 2020, you have a chance to move forward and live a productive life. The judge is actually even though the victim is dead, saying to the perpetrator, you know, I'd like to see you go on. I'd like to see you become a better person. We don't have to judge you entirely about what you did on that day. You were sort of carried away. You were articulating, quote, the language of the unheard. So look at the kind of gentle understanding empathetic way in which the DoJ treats this particular case and then contrast it with the tight lipped glint in your eye anger that judges, including in one or two cases Trump judges have unleashed on protesters who showed up in Washington D.C. on January 6th to simply express their frustration

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Bey, Cunningham key Pistons' rally in 115-105 win over Cavs

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Bey, Cunningham key Pistons' rally in 115-105 win over Cavs

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"stewart" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"stewart" Discussed on The Military Veteran Dad Podcast

"This episode with joel stewart hits in a way that we've had on the podcast but we do it in a very different way and i can't tell you how excited i am for today's podcast joel. Stewart is a very awesome guy. Because he's the united states navy veteran he's founder of the international franchise markets. We talk a little bit about franchising. Which is something we've had previous in the podcast about. He's a now author of the value equation. He's just an amazing individual and also his story of what he had to go through. He had something to happen to him. Healthwise and i'll save it for the episode for it to be impact but there is a story where he pretty much got put in a wheelchair and he had his whole life pulled out from under him and he had to kinda rebuild from that and he had to learn a lot of hard lessons the hard way but those lessons now have made him a stronger individual stronger. Dad in everything about his life is now lying in a way that he's loving where he's headed and as always guys if you want to hear my big takeaway of this episode hang on onto the other side of the episode. I'll be back on the microphone other than that. Let's get started with today's episode of joel. Stewart walking the podcast joel. All thank you breathing. A little bit of backstory. You've got an incredible story of going through a lot of shit. That life is thrown at you. So i want you to open up right away tells a bit by your family. Tell us a little bit a few of those. Maybe struggles that we're going to hear about the day and just tell us who joel stewardess Well jill stewart is a very interesting guy. Let me tell you about him. Yeah sometimes. I think it's the our struggles that really kind of define us in mold us You know we look around and we see the people that don't seem to go through the struggles The really kind of shallow weak people. I actually had a theory about this. And i didn't even mean to go direct certain beginning but i put out this theory awhile ago called the logic of life experiences and that and that is that Everything that we go through and how hard it is for us to go through it it always ties back to our hardest life experience that we'd gone through so far and and that's the measure of it so if you've gone through something really difficult everything in the future difficulties measured against that thing. You've gone through in. Everything is going to be easier in general and you see a lot of people that may not have gone through a lot of difficult things and it seems like everything is horrible. Everything is drama. Everything is like the hardest thing because they don't have any so for them like they're they're measure of what is difficult is very low bar And so by extension. Almost everything is difficult And it's it's it's actually. It's kinda funny because the reality is that it's difficult and then for people that have gone through things that are objectively much more typical. Look like wow. That's that's crazy. I can't believe that you find that difficult so for me in my life i've gone through a fair number pretty difficult things and i. I guess we can start there When i was in the navy Things i started getting like these really Just kind of random symptoms. I started getting fatigue and the wind back to the beginning..

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"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:07 min | 1 year ago

"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Responsible for its content. Views expressed are not necessarily the views of W m A. L has come. You can't go wrong, Eric Stewart show This is pointing you home morning. All you need to know about buying, selling and everything in between. Now here's your host, Eric Stewart. Good morning. Washington. It is so nice to be with you this morning. I'm thrilled that we can rejoice in the release of the Fizer vaccine, and also there are others that are being worked on so This has been a monumental effort. As I understand it. It's been a lot like the efforts in World War two just the immensity and intensity of the project to roll out within the year of discovery to roll out a vaccine that has 90% efficacy so well done to our president and vice president for our billions of dollars that have gone into investing into the creation of these vaccines. For the good of all mankind. I think you and I could both express our gratitude for the quality of leadership in that area. If you're just tuning in for the first time, this is called the Eric Stewart Show pointing you home and seniors solutions. These are two segments to the show, where I focus on general real estate information as well as Sometimes focusing on that senior demographic goes downsize ear's Hey, Are you one of those downsize ear's this year thinking about getting rid of stuff? Well, make sure that you get a copy of our right sizing guide. It is a free publication. I wrote for this audience. We're seniors, real estate specialists, and what we do is help those who are in need of help. Downsizing. That might be you. Yes, You're in that place to get a copy of the guide. Call us today at toll free 1 809 191 04 G and that's 809 191 04 to get your free copy of the right sizing guide. Also, if you prefer you can read it on our website at Eric Stewart group dot com. The market Ready guide. Also free. I offered out consistently..

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"stewart" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

The Wedding Street Podcast

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"stewart" Discussed on The Wedding Street Podcast

"You leave because it's like an after party saved midnight not Thursday everybody's like best friends. Yeah. It's. It's like a community has done a really fantastic job of building building a solid community there. At some hate rub rub, how did you end up in Switzerland How did I end up in? Switzerland so I stood diesel I'm an engineer by profession studying engineering and Scotland part of my master's in fact, was to write my thesis in the workplace and I managed to get a job in Switzerland while within the company I work for today. and. After I'd finished my thesis, they said listen if you're interested does a job here for you. Hunt even considered it for a second. My idea was go back home and start work there or whatever. And within a week cell phone, my wife also had the job had an apartment and yeah, we stayed where here fourteen years now fourteen yeah. It's I mean from going link not planning on staying to being here fourteen years and no plan on leaving anytime soon that's pretty crazy. What'd I ain't man? Yeah I went to visit him in October? Tom and is so beautiful. Teapot behind him for living in such an. Pictures or of his cycling around all these beautiful lakes and mountains like. Damn you I appreciate that as much as you do you know what I mean it's not to be taken for granted. It's just so stunning. That's awesome. Where whereabouts is in Switzerland I in born. Here, from the beginning yeah, okay have you been? Of Been to Geneva and I've been to actually I think that's all I was I was supposed to be coming this year. To, occur way about we had these two AIRBNB books in the mountains airbnb booked in the mountains. But obviously, we're not coming anymore. All talk of the Dune this podcast she's speaking to people from all over the world. Now with all this going on I'm just like Oh i WanNa go away. Yeah. Yeah. It's because you know you can't right yeah totally free. down. Yeah, I'm happier than Larry. So Mr Thome Stewart, it has been an absolute pleasure speaking to you and. That was okay. Now you got you got this. Awesome really say so good to chat up meeting people from remm the world places and chatting, and so would love to have a be with you both. For that Before my Australian trip, I would have done. Bama. Yeah. Like oversee. Will. Any because I don't do anymore white isn't actually at home. Slow. While I've got enough if you know what I mean. You're just like, I thought you. I. Got This wedding podcast. Talking presets. How do you monetize podcast? Oh don't think I don't think people paid to listen to us. Sorry to break it to you. The pleasure is all mind. Thank you guys for telling me. It's been awesome and yeah look look forward to meeting you both in person indeed indeed. Thank happen. Thanks a minimum thanks to Senate. If you enjoyed. squatted apart ghost..

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"stewart" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on Is Our Love ____? with Lola Jean & The Reluctant Sexpert

"Just you can go to my website and find me on social media at my handle is at one marla stewart or at velvet lips sex ed without the e. insects. Yeah and by the time this comes out to. I think what you'll still be doing. The the race in kink. Yes yeah. oh yeah. Saw the racing king biweekly discussion series.

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"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Stewart show every Sunday morning for from eight till eight thirty what we talk real estate we talk what's going on in the world and here is a great opportunity today to chat about the riots and about what impact this is having on our local economy and on real estate what will it do in light of a well frankly what is I think a very necessary conversation for us to have an you may be a little tired of having a conversation so I'm gonna keep this to the front end of the conversation that we have across our show today we'll talk real estate but I want to share just a couple of points that I was spurred it to think about over the past two weeks since George Floyd was murdered by a police officer that that I'll be it I've grown up in this area and I've I'm I'm the I I I'm a local guy I have many friends who are African Americans I grew up in a diverse neighborhood of my parents bought their home from African Americans might well my best friends from middle school and high school or African Americans you know across the cultures whether it's Chinese Asian Indian or whatever the thing is that as we as we have gone through recovering from the riots of nineteen sixty eight at the turn of the civil rights movement and we saw parts of fourteenth street in other parts of Washington DC that were burned out and there was what they called white flight leaving the city because of a fear of of of of potential retribution against whites because of what was going on in the violence of the city you know here's the truth of it is that I am not I am not guilty of prejudice to my knowledge I look at my life and I'd say I'm I I I consider myself fairly poor when it comes to being kind and out reaching and generous and loving and and yet I'm not African American and so in spite of what I would say is where I am I feel like I'm here on the one hand that is not an excuse for me not to enter into the pain but others have been experiencing for decades and centuries we are just three generations removed from white Americans owning black Americans and it inspite of the fact that this this this feeling that maybe African Americans over focus on feeling like victims they are and they have been and there's a prejudice that carries like in South Pacific the musical lieutenant cable falls in love with the woman who is not white American as they're in the Polynesia somewhere else and he sings a song called you have to be carefully taught and that song is about how we are taught even what weather's just by circumstance weather's just by advertising whether it's by the music whether it's by our churches whether it's by experiences in life we're taught prejudice is that we're not I think even aware of and it is time that we cross the bridge it is time that you and I take steps across the bridge and reach out to those who are in pain and enter into their pain even if you're not guilty of being a actually prejudiced person in your own mind you must walk across a bridge now you must find ways because the fabric is being torn and it has been torn and where we have allowed it to be somebody else's problem or maybe we have we have reached out with an emoji to say through social media I I love you brother I'm sorry that your experience in this that's not enough we need to take steps we need to to show our love we need to go out of our way we need to enter into the pain that others are experiencing in our purity in our own minds does not excuse us from entering into their pain and that is real compassion the word compassion means to suffer with somebody else no admittedly the riots have exposed us to not just protest and anger but also to thievery in arson and other things that are not acceptable you know that the comparison of of a child who does not get their parents attention and that lack of attention leads the child to bigger and bigger and bigger attempts to get the parents attention to recognize that the child needs something you know it unfortunately if we don't listen to each other we can run the same course and that's kind of what's happening here is we have to not not just wait for the child to complain we don't need to wait for somebody else to complain we don't need to stay here alone in our homes and look at the screen and I'm worried about our safety we need to focus more on the connection and the care and reaching out and showing that we love and that we are all we are all aware of our desire for diversity we want there to be diversity diversity is important and we are in a diverse culture in America week we are the most diverse culture of our entire history right now and yet there is a disparity between the diversity that we have and the reality of experience for many of those who are in the midst of this diversity so providing inclusion the Civil Rights Act of eighteen sixty six the the the fair housing act of nineteen sixty eight the American with disabilities act of nineteen ninety eight all of the addendum that address special needs and you can color and religion and all of these things we're saying you you must exist except old people and yet there has to be a practice of that and it has to be developed over time I walked with four of my friends this past week we took a hike and we walk through an old neighborhood of of historic homes and it was for five of us for guys with me there are all five of us are white and between five six and maybe six four in height and were walking down the street of this beautiful neighborhood and I I just became self conscious that if I were a black man and these are all black man walking down the street in the middle of this this world is a suburban neighborhood rather that the perception of these men walking down the street might be completely different I became self conscious that I have privilege that other men don't have because of the potential prejudice and and we we continue the conversation about what's been happening in and and I think this is important and I I feel so sad and I think many of us do we're we're sad I I'm not afraid but I'm sad tonight I see responsibility that you and I have here to reach out and care for other people and to show concern and consideration so that we dismantle the culture of this this year that our African American brothers are experiencing we need to dismantle that we need to speak into it we need to show care and concern and compassion we do not want to see Washington DC go into another twenty years of of despair where the buildings get burned out in the whole culture changes we're done with that right well we aren't we aren't because this is why it's happening now because we're really not we're really not addressing what needs to be addressed and it's going to take you and me individually taken steps to reach out to those that you know and even those you don't know and enter into their pain and let them know and that you have some small understanding of what they experience I encourage you were real estate is is about where we call home with the buildings being looted and the robberies taking place as some of the protesters have been elevated by others who are just in selfish means getting things that they want and that's wrong we all agree that's wrong when you see injustice tonight I think this is where I'll just finish with this when you see injustice as I saw in the video of George Lloyd's death when you see that you don't need a lot of other information you don't need to get the whole story calling justice out and when that injustice is is happening here in America so obviously there is a problem that must be addressed and we must elevate that issue and we must care and reach out to those who who are who are afraid and who are affected and we need to show our love and our compassion our true entering into their suffering my friends that's my call to you today.

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"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:44 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"In the house how you doing Stewart hi how are you doing good so what's going on in the newspaper this month what a cover story for me is fine it's about how you can volunteer from home girls are stuck in our four walls but if we want to do things for others their ways we can do that very interesting for example at the library of Congress and this was done and the National Archives all have programs where you can type up historical records for the computer and also tag them for search so you can you if you're lucky you get to like Abraham Lincoln's nose Rosa Parks recipe for peanut butter pancakes but any kinds of things are all kinds of documents that they are in these locations that they need people to help pack them up for you I do like the record books you can record audio books for children if you are interested maps you can update maps and endpoint items on U. S. Geological Survey maps if you're a photographer you can upload your Y. likely Grachev bird watchers you work sightings or if you're like the weather you can become a sky warns fodder for that when the service is so many things you can do in the article talks about a lot of them so I hope the people out there who wouldn't want to be able to be active and do things despite being stuck at home will read this and find a way to get involved what a great idea and you can read about it in the beacon newspaper and don't be confused papers dot com or feel free to pick up a free copy it over fifteen hundred locations in the metro area sure thanks for that thank you for well let's transition for just a moment and I I I I want to share something that yeah I've been going through personally over the last number of months and you know I think that as we have all been spending time at home and we've been faced with the reality of meeting the quiet ourselves and not be running all the time you know whether it's kids going here kids going there or being on appointments the same that I have in the past it's I've been facing the what I call the the big entry I think we all face it is that sort of that big emptiness in life where we're just asked to be quiet and listen and you know what I I in my Christian faith I just felt that that big empty is that opportunity really listening here from god his direction in my life and it's hard to sit there are times but he's encouraged us to do that to slow down listen to him and and hear his voice in our direction so I encourage all this week to consider that as you are working through your life I'll show and that's pretty much a wrap for another episode of the Eric Stewart show thanks for joining me remember.

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"stewart" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

07:15 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"One thing about Kristen Stewart. That someone else talking to yesterday was mentioning. It's like she almost seems to be addressed the same way and like every movie. But it's your slightly different. Like she kind of has dorky. Like kind of off. Kilter luck to her but works for whatever reason she pulls it off you know. She's got mom jeans. Yeah for sure. Yeah and then. She'll pair that with a leather jacket or something and it. Just it's cool. I mean that's again it's just. There's something very different about her. And it's it's interesting but yeah it's it's a very at first. I was a little worried because it just seemed kind of like a almost annoyingly subdued and reserved But then I think once you get an understanding of the pacing and the flow and and the style of the movie. I think it's it. Earns ITS Its vision so to speak so yeah anything else and but yet at the scene on the horse is amazing the worst they they ride together and and I think also I think when lily gladstone goes to try and find Kristen Stewart. That's really really good as well where she's like waiting for her and you can see how nervous she is about seeing her again and how she's GonNa React so. I think that that performance along with Chris Stewart is is amazing so and I don't think that actress got enough attention for that. I think she's really really good in it because she does even say that much. It's almost all purely through expression so you get the impression that she's much invested in this relationship than Kristen Stewart. You get the impression that she thinks that this is going to go somewhere but that That Christmas towards character really. That was not her expectation. You know or she may not even have known how you know. How much Fallen for her. You know yeah because there's a Lotta love there and you don't know if that was like legitimate love or if it was just desperation like you said craving human connection because she did lead such a lonely life. Yeah you know. This is the first person that she really came across that. She felt like she could connect with. I think from Kristen. Stewart's perspective She's being a nice person early. She she wasn't expecting like a to settle down with her or anything or to like you know she wasn't expecting a happily ever after. Yeah scientific that that was a kind of like a Gut Punch to illegal since character in. Yeah I I didn't expect the movie to end so so tragically for everyone but it it. It really was like after I watched it. I was like why you know it's very realistic. You know The happily ever after ending doesn't usually happen in life. You know it's stuff happens in time keeps marching forward. Yeah man that's the way it goes. You're the love of your life doesn't show up at the barn after you split ways. That's that's the way I usually. Yeah Not GonNa say it never happens. Dog happens you know. Yes so I'd like to the realistic portrayal of relationships and Yeah Yeah Never. Jim Never take it for granted if it works. Never never take that That for granted. You know so what you've got till it's gone exactly so one thing when kind of random thing about the movie that I had. I talked to a few minutes ago. The I think one thing that little nuance of the character of Kristen Stewart. But when they're eating at the diner and you can she's talking about how tired of driving and you can just see how exhausted she has from her life in many ways she's and I. I don't know if this was written or if this is always something Kristen Stewart did but I loved it so much is that you can tell. She's she's so tired that when she's wiping her mouth she takes the Napkin. That's wrapped up around the silverware with the low piece of like tape or something. And she is wipes her mouth with the rolled up Napkin like she does even take the time to unroll the Napkin and I thought that was such a funny kind of endearing. Little look into the character because it's like she's so tired of everything she doesn't even take the time to unroll the Napkin to wipe her mouth. She just keeps it. She A surprising how much eating she did in this movie called like eating isn't really something that happens. A lot and movies. Yeah 'cause maybe it's hard to director it's just like but I should know that you don't see a lot of actors. Onscreen eating like a whole finishing a whole whole meal there like Brennan. Yeah he's the king. There are times like the Zodiac right. mark ruffalo vegetarian. Yeah Mark Ruffalo was always eating. They had him just like eat. That Burger just like leave it in his mouth and then spit it out after the take. Yeah why they couldn't get vegetarian burgers for Mark Ruffalo. Yeah if he's not important enough But yeah eating is always something weird to me and movies because you know it's just it's one of those you know every day life things that is necessary for survival that you don't really see injected into a you know a movie that's supposed to be sort of like an escapist like larger than life sort of thing. I don't know what I'm saying. Oh yeah I I'm feeling it but no and Zodiac. Yeah that's a good example is like he's always eating like they're always diners and he's always like you've got animal crackers stuff like that. So that's and I mean that feels very David Venture. You know that kind of detail because the directors like that. I think they try to they. Try to get the realism. Yeah so I think that's it. This movie feels incredibly natural so a lot of movies you'll watching. You'll be like you won't be able to tell like how many days it took took place over. No one's ever like sleeping or eating. You know. Go to the bathroom. Yeah they're all just like. Did.

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"stewart" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

08:09 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"So this one like like the synopsis. Kind of alludes to so it sees three separate storylines at first like there's Laura dern is dealing with a she's a lawyer who's one of her What do you? What do you call them? Or whatever clients thank you. is very damaged from a being hurt on the job and he's being Neglected by or Rejected by the insurance companies. And so he's kind of breaking down very quickly and she's trying to help control that situation and You know the dynamics between those two characters and then there is the Michelle Williams storyline. Which is the. She's a a mother who has a troubled or Or a teenage daughter. Who is they? Don't really get along very well. And then she s husband. Who was kind of I mean he? He he cares for her but he's doesn't always listen to to Michelle Williams and so there's the kind of the sparring back and forth of these these this family as they're trying to build this new house for themselves and there's the Kristen Stewart storyline whereas sh I guess it's not actually her. I mean it's not really her story. I Guess Lily Gladstone is the the main character of US oil. Yeah where she? She's a rancher farmhand so to speak and she is Goes into town one day and she sees this group of people going to a school or something like that like a rec center. And Kristen. Stewart is teaching this class and she immediately kind of becomes interested in her and the to have meals at at the diner late at night and Kristen Stewart is discussing. How the Her drive is like four hours each way to get to this this job and how her her life. His is slowly falling apart in many ways. And you can tell how interested Lily. Gladstone is in Kristen Stewart. And I mean we're talking about it offered a few minutes ago but I think I cannot believe how good Kristen Stewart. Wasn't this not to say that it's that. I didn't think she could do it. But like her performance and I think Lily Gladstone. As well who? I don't think I've ever seen before. They're so nuanced and subtle and quiet but they're so moving It has definitely my favorite relationship of the movie and not just because I like Kristen Stewart. I just felt like at outshined the other two years with the horse or she wants Kristen. Stewart to ride on the horse with her. Yeah you know I think one I mean it's not. It's not a bad thing by any. I mean it's more. I guess heartbreaking in some ways but I think watching it by the end of the movie you can like feel how lonely this director is by because the the whole film is dealing with different kinds of loneliness where like Laura. Dern is stuck in the situation where? She can't really help this person who needs help and at the same time she needs to take care of herself and she can't always do that and so she's very much stuck in the situation where no one else really knows this guy and who knows how to deal with it. Her story gets really crazy. Like I believe there's like a hostage situation. Yeah held hostage. Yeah and then Michelle Williams is I guess being feels kind of ostracized because she can't really connect with her husband nor with her daughter and she's just trying to to get by and be half her voice be heard but then I think like you said I think my favorite is by far the the final one and you can see like there's the scene where the lily gladstone is at the ranch. I mean there and there are many scenes of her just by herself going about work with the horses and all of that. But there's the seen I think toward the very beginning of that storyline where she is watching. Tv or something and then you can just see how desperate she is for interaction and so she turns it off and that and that's when she goes into town. But I think that I mean it's one thing to to deal with the film about loneliness but I think when it's like seeping through the movie I think it. It's it's heartbreaking from a personal perspective just because you know someone who's able to communicate that so effectively feels that way but at the same time cinematic Louis. It's incredibly compelling and dramatic and but I think that subtle dynamic between Kristen Stewart and lily gladstone is like it's one of the most compelling and interesting pieces of film that I've seen in a long time like I. I wish that could have just been the whole movie. Honestly agree and I think that like every seen especially in that storyline feels like it has a purpose and that I think that speaks to the direction but like the same where you you see how the relationship ends. And there's the long scene of Lily Gladstone. Driving back to the Ranch. And there's just like a few minutes of looking right at her and and realizing like she's having to go back to this very isolated life all over again this like the one person that she had connected with in a long long time and now she's Hasta to go back and I think the final scene is it's one of the best file shots that I've seen. It's where it's like kind of just life goes on. You can't really can't really do much about you. Just gotTa keep because I mean and it's done in a way to where 'cause she's she's walking these horses back and forth between this these doors or this these rooms and it's almost done from a perspective of That you could see kristen. Stewart popping up there like you could see that because that's that's happened before where someone will like be doing something. And they're the love of their life will pop up and happy happily ever after but in this case. It's like hinting at that but it doesn't happen Jacomb. That's that's what happens in life unfortunately sometimes but art imitates life. Yeah but I think it's IT'S I. I mean I had heard good things about it but I could not believe how invested I was in this movie by the end of it and so it's really worth watching if you are up for it. You know it's not really a happy movie but it's it's very very nuanced and unique your Kristen Stewart Fan. It's a messy at this it might. It might be my favorite of hers. I it's hard to say it's either that or or Sills Maria I think and I think and one thing about Kristen Stewart is.

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"stewart" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

The Film Buds Podcast

15:34 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on The Film Buds Podcast

"And I owe the score is by Carter Burwell who has done the majority of the Coen brothers films. Yeah Yeah I wonder if the Cohn brothers have seen toilet probably not probably not. Yeah so well any anything else about twilight Jacob. Who plays her father? Oh Yeah I forgot about the dad that for me I believe it's Billie Burke Yeah and and that. That character is very frustrating because as an especially as the series progresses. He's so oblivious to but then at the same time he'll he'll jump back and forth between being attentive to Bella and then he'll be completely unaware of or He won't be curious at all about what's going on with her. And it's not that it's trying to portray a oblivious father. It's just that it's very poorly written you know and it's it's not creating an interesting dynamic of this dad who's like kind of cares of a kind of doesn't it's just that it's so uneven that it can never make up. Its mind and you have no idea what his actual Understanding is of her His daughter's life like in the beginning of the second one or actually it might be. I don't think it's in this one. But where she gets all these bruises and she wakes up in the hospital he says. Hey what happened since she says? I fell down like two flights of stairs like went through a window. Things like that and he's just like Oh okay. It's like your daughter is covered in bruises. And she says Oh. I just fell down a couple of flights of stairs. I'm clumsy sorry dad and there's an it's so unbelievably oblivious that it doesn't work it's just like clumsy. Bella to fight stairs. I do that sometimes. You have the list of characters in front you. Yeah all right all right. What's up? Test my my knowledge here. Yeah please. Let's do let's Guy Bella and Edward Together jakup the love triangle interests. Yes and we've got Jasper and Alice there together and Carlisle as Meriva or the parents resume is Bellas future baby. She's not in this. One Them May Have Im- it cannot remember that last girl's name it's the last vampire child too many characters listed here. I don't know it's the only one I didn't say it has like everybody in the movie. I have no idea Carlisle mid thirties has a bunch of adopted children who are in their late twenties. makes sense. Yeah Anyways. Yeah yeah you know like what do you do all the time? If you don't sleep like we just have sex all night. Yeah all every night. Yeah they do cool when they play baseball. Oh Yeah we have even talked about that so there is the just a famous vampire baseball scene. And where it's like you know super high speed crazy baseball. And it's and it has the song by Muse playing over in a black hole. Oh God it's terrible. They have to wait for a they. They can only plan storms because I have to wait her for a thunder. Clap to happen. Yeah obviously hit the ball. It's so loud that people might wonder what's going on. Yeah they might encounter them. Yeah and I I love it when like afterwards after it all goes wrong and Edward is driving Bella away and they. He's like spinning off all of this really like dark dramatic dialogue and he's wearing like a Yankees baseball shirt like a like a pin striped shirt and it looks so ridiculous. It's great the costume design. Yeah really brilliant up there. Yeah and but really any design of the the. Vampires is so lame like the the trio that comes to ruin the baseball same where it's like the blond guy the guy with dreads. And then the the woman I forget the design is the worst like it's so it's so lame and uninspired and and very very dated and three bucks or four four I believe twilight new moon breaking dawn and eclipse eclipse as the tragedy of midnight. Sun Never released new supposed to be the first book twilight but from Edwards perspective. I at some that will be missed love to read that graduate. Yeah and I don't mean to be getting off onto into the other movies but my favorite one of my I think my favorite scene in the entire franchise Jacobson the my favorite saying okay as new moon. Where bell is having her birthday. Party with a vampire's the other vampires and she's given a gift or or something like that and she cuts her finger on a piece of paper she gets a paper cut and she her index finger starting to bleed a little bit and so of course being around. Vampires makes sense. She holds up her finger. Her bloody finger looks around the room at the vampire other. Vampires and goes paper cut. It's just a fantastic thing. If you have seen yeah I should go watch the other the other four you should. I think I think they're all on Hulu right now. So but it's just like yeah here I might the one thing you're not supposed to do around vampires bleed and she just makes a point of holding her bloody finger going pay cut. I show you something Henry. Oh Yeah please let shopping. This just arrived in the mail for me for me last night. Is this a a Blu Ray? You have four. Four K ULTRA HD. Holy Moly yes. Jacob here is showing me. A picture of something unrelated. Sorry but it's a the moral studios. Infinity Saga Four K. So this has every. Marvel film auditing the incredible while all on four K. That is amazing. This with tons of deleted stuff. How many how many pesos did that? Such back six hundred GS WHOA boy. But Hey it was limited. So they're going for like a thousand now also. I think if you wanted to get all of them in four H. D. individually. It'd be like something like eight hundred we got you know Wyoming signatures here. Wow I got number. Forty one out of four thousand twenty. That is cool man. That's cool. Yeah well I mean since you gotta dig in there. Yeah well I mean since you've got the the collection at rather than the the single desks you save money. You made money in the steel. Well I guess someone could argue that. I could go shopping for deals for each one but you know collect I like it. I like the big box. Also Got Disney plus. I oh I got that the other day as well actually I got Disney plus so got everything on there too. Yeah anyways yeah Well that's you know. Yeah twilight maybe do a crossover some kind so but I mean again. Kristen Stewart is not very good in it but I I think especially with what she's done since I don't really blame her for that but I mean it's you know it's when you're watching it. It's not a good performance so I can't defend her completely but I get it. You know I I get the I think she gets it too. Yeah Yeah I mean. She seems aware so all right well at a five Jacob. Two two and a half. Yeah I gotTa Tell You I'm excited for Charlie's angels. Yeah so all right. Well I guess we can move on to X. we have adventure land which came out in two thousand nine and is written and directed by Greg Mottola and it stars. Kristen Stewart Jesse Eisenberg Ryan Reynolds. Who else we got here Kelsey legend Michael Zagan Jack Gilpin Kristen wig bill. Hader Martin Star. It's about it and the synopsis is in the summer of nineteen eighty seven. A college graduate takes a nowhere job at his local amusement park. Only to find it's the perfect course to get him prepared for the real world so this one made seventeen point two million against a budget of nine point eight million so pretty small movie. But I think it's had a bit of a cult following so to speak and it's this came out. Yeah like just a year. After twilight and Kristen Stewart was kind of I guess riding on the popularity of that and although I guess this movie that make a ton of money so I guess that's not necessarily true but I still think that it's her. At least she has a little range in this. I mean she has more comedic chops and but I think she's still very much within that Bella phase where it's like. Can I have a relatively blank-faced depressed teenager? Who hasn't really showered and a day or two kind of deal which is fine but I think in having that in this new environment I feel like it works. I do think it's it works a lot better in escape for Washington. Yeah I think that it's it. Works Better in an ensemble and as more as a comedy and this movie is feels very jut. Appetite inspired the like the Guess. The appetito effect where it's these comedies. That are injected with relatively decent drama and characters and so the the runtime has extended a little bit and of course. Of course that's been copied a lot. These days were essentially. Every comedy is two hours long. Which is I mean not not in a good way but yeah comedies. I feel should. That's one genre that doesn't need to be long. No dramas I get it. You Know Thomas. Yeah Oh yeah. Yeah the two genres yeah. Heart horror movies to pre-pretty long. Yeah and I think that I mean in this case I think especially for the first time that it came out it works. I think the character relationships are fairly decent for movie. Like this. I mean there's the the romance the UN the Secret Romance Between Kristen Stewart and Ron Reynolds and then of course the the main Dynamic between her and Jesse Eisenberg and then there's also the the quote unquote pretty girl Who's I actually thought was? I was worried at first where she would just be the kind of like the pretty girl side character who's always come jumping in and just Creating attention and energy but J- actually has a pretty interesting arc. I think and they they do a good job of giving most characters a a relatable side I think now had you had you seen this had not actually. I watched it for the first time about a week ago so I I watched to longtime ago in high school when I heard about but I never got around to watching a lot of heavy hitters in there. Yeah Bill Hader Kristen Wiig Ryan Reynolds. Yeah I mean it's it's very much like an SNL Rogan kind of group of people. But I think in a in a good way I forgot the Martin Starr was in there. Yeah action watching a lot of Martin Star recently. Not Not a not intentionally. It's just a I watched freaks and Geeks and then and then I watched all of Silicone Valley a non watching party down thanks. I don't always have a lot to work So sometimes I pull out a yeah. That's cool but I and then you know rewatch adventure landed on the Martin Star and all over the place. Yeah I think I think the weakest part of the movie for me is Ryan Reynolds. I'm not a big fan of his for the most part I mean I like them as Deadpool I really where he hit his stride. Yeah uses a bunch of the kind of like not great comedies? Before the yeah and I think I think this falls right into that way. It's just he's very much a just a pretty boy actor who can kind of act but he's more so there for just the presence and so I don't think he's great in it and it kind of is unfortunate because some of the big drama of the movie revolves around that dynamic between him and Kristen Stewart and so sometimes his performance kind of hurts the movie in that way otherwise. It wouldn't really be that big of an issue because it's very much an ensemble film but I don't think he's great in it. I think everybody else is pretty good. I think Jesse Eisenberg is.

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"stewart" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

05:21 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"I'm doing these three gigs this. I'm with him over here this weekend. And it's yeah that's how you grow absolutely you get more of a falling even if it's like one or two new fans a show it's something. Yeah yeah and I don't know what the quality factor would be to where just like you do one show and overnight you're like a hit but I can personally say at least for me. It's it's taken a lot of time on there so much content out there anymore that it's Kinda hard to get that one hit overnight at least in this area as well to you know let alone getting it out there so definitely and there are a lot of musicians in Montana to i. Don't WanNa say it's kind of saturated in Bozeman but there's a lot of people coming out to play And so it's it's getting kinda tough because there are a lot of new musicians that will play and play for like free not get paid or whatever coding. Yeah that's kind of tough so one thing I will say just while I'm here on my soapbox is if you are a new musician like definitely put in the time. But no you're worse to make sure that you are getting compensated fairly because you're putting in a lot of time and effort and then also with that there are a lot of other seasoned musicians a lot of them make their livelihood doing this and So if you're if you're young musician coming in undercutting that doesn't bode well for anybody and you're not gonNa make any friends in the music community doing that because word gets around. Smell that out. So just know your worth and be confident and you know even if you make fifty bucks a show. It's better than doing it for free. And the next time to get one hundred bucks. 'cause you Frank Charter. You've done. It fit exactly. No we hundred percent agree with you. I mean we've had issues like that getting started as well We've known people like that. That's had issues getting started as well and The more and more you let people take advantage of yourself the harder it is to get that footing off the ground. I think and the more and more you just in value your time and music so yeah it's not worth it. I think. Yeah you say put in the time because then overall that's GonNa make you feel a little bit more valued as a person so there's a saying that I forget who told us. This might have been Morgan but I saw something that she posted her said or something and it was your like you. Don't get paid for that night. You're getting paid for all the work you've put in before that and I think that's huge if you think about like I'm playing for this hour and a half but I've worked years on this we'll get hairstylists or you know any sort of artists or You know and just a salary job like some people you know as you get promoted. You're making a lot more money and I felt this way sometimes. I'm a business analyst voice on your instagram sweet sage by now it's not for that would be but I mean I you know the salaries it's modest but it's it's way better than it was three years ago and that's because they put in the time and the work and I feel like you know may not my job site easy but I feel like it's a little bit easier my head because I know what I'm doing now so I feel like I'm getting paid a lot more To not work as hard. I'm still working very hard. But if you're listening working smarter not harder so but I put in that time in the work and so it's it's the same literally any job. Exactly Yeah Yeah I appreciate that. Those are good words of advice. So where can we hear you next? We got filling station coming up. Yep so you'll hear you'll hear me in the band next at the Murray Bar. The Living Murray bars Saturday this Saturday. Nine to one Please come and dance and keep the energy up so we'll keep going and then I've got some shows coming around In April I think ones that the old saloon one immigrant in one is that sage lodge and pray And then I think Nordic in May just kind of random one scattered throughout. We're doing the hot springs June But if you follow Moses go on the website I've got Amanda Stewart Music Dot Com is my website. And then we've got sweet sage band DOT COM. Is the band website. There's links to all of our social media stuff there We always post events on facebook for both my page and my bands page and then on instagram. All usually plug a show's coming up type of thing in your Amanda Stewart Music everywhere yen social. Yep Yep yes I am Yeah Awesome. Thanks for coming on. I think you you sounded great. It what time is it now. So whatever it is showing that thank. You had three different kinds of drinks empty. No well I feel finish my tea but I've got my coffee. It's still got my water at Mesa. New Cup Nice. People can't see no but it's really audio media but that yeah I was Gonna ask you feeling down for one more song for you go. Yeah yeah totally. Let's take a break and then we'll come back with more Amanda Stewart.

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"stewart" Discussed on The Auideo Show

The Auideo Show

06:32 min | 2 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on The Auideo Show

"Right back to back to is welcome back. Hi Dale. Let's paypal this morning. Kevin cold and we have a mandate Stewart is in the studio with is just a little bit excited about to walk in rbis. No I'm not going okay. Good nervous. No maybe it's got waste my time. The voice I know you. Oh man well. Welcome everybody Tuesday Wednesday. Wow March eleventh. All that part right. I did have either way on Wednesday when you said yesterday was national. Or whatever Mario Day did not put together like the. It's spelled out Mario yesterday so I didn't. I didn't tell right now. Oh really makes more sense so I I didn't get that either. God we're great host. I I mean I I mean I bring stuff to the table and you just shoot it down. I feel like you can follow us on social media. Yes please. We're on their instagram twitter YouTube. All that fun stuff and are native website. Idaho DOT COM check out. Leave us a review and download what we have the APP. Cool new APP. Check it out on the APP store type in a U. I D. E. O. Five stars only five star only abby reviews they actually we turn the thing. Where if you're leave less than five? It doesn't even accept it had just trashes formal Yeah if you want to hear today. Show live on Idaho Dot Com and the APP is twenty four hours a day streaming those ones. I Internet radio station by the way this will also be on the replay channel. Yes it will in a couple of days. Yes it will so tune back in if you want to hear it again Kevin Likeness for how you doing. Man never been better good. Today is National OATMEAL NUT Waffles Day. Oh Wow not. Just waffled. Bill OATMEAL OATMEAL OATMEAL OATMEAL nut. On I'm the one that's nervous. That's funny how are you? I'm all right I went to bed early last night. So I'm feeling a little bit better for you I saw nine o'clock and I was like bedtime. Everybody panicked the lights off. I'm going and I got to bed pretty early. So what's your? What's your your routine before you get ready for bed a lot. A lot of people just do like you know. GotTa turn off electronics. Bumper Blah. Actually can't sleep if I don't watch TV before I go to bed. I'm one of those people I'm bad I like turn on something brainless like the office or something that I've seen before. And then just sit there and you know when it's about time to pass out. I just shut it off and go to bed. You actually shut it off to see my role until it turns off you. Yeah Yeah well because all wake up in the middle of the night and it'll still be running and then I'll get pissed at myself so I'll usually just turn it off for I go to bed Yeah not much of a routine but you know I'll Cook. Dinner I barbecued last night. He didn't invite me for the first time in the springtime baby. No you didn't invite March eleven marks Paneth. I know I'm not going to invite you. Basically we don't know a date is today but we're here or what day was yesterday. Besides waffles in Mario Pretty Much Amanda Stewart. Day Is Stuart. I like how the Artists have started just like it's a Wednesday thing now like what we did. That's what we do. It's decided and every Hump Day. It's fourth artist spotlight day. Well what do you have on tap today? Besides just wanted Amanda Stewart mentioned. One thing before a man gets here and it's for something that's going down next. Friday March twentieth. It's this it's amazing. Competition is put on by mountaintop. They're calling it tough fast. If you don't know what mountain tough is. It's it's basically cross fit on steroids but they train you to be a good like hunter like back country so if you kill something in the back country you're able to actually carry out with you so it's an core strength and People there that put it on our awesome. I did it last weekend for the very first time. It is hard. How'd you do? I didn't finish. Oh no first time. I've never been able to finish workout but you know I'm not giving up. They are doing next Friday March twentieth. Doing something called heroes in horses since the competition dinner. It's a team of force. You can get all four dudes all four girls two of each whatever you WanNa do It's twenty five dollars to do this. Tough fest starts at five thirty and then do it again at nine but it all goes all proceeds go to heroes and horses and what that is. It's A. It's a program for veterans to get them more off of medications when they come back for more and more on how to deal with just what they have going on. So it's it's something I think we need to talk about. More is old veterans and their wellbeing ingest their inner strength. And what they need to recover to be. You don't track. Yeah absolutely so. Check that out. we will all posted all. Oh Yeah let's tweet it out. I'll tweet out the links you can sign up to that okay Twenty Five Bucks next Friday Nice. I like that a couple of things going on today in Bozeman. The Malay Eleventh. What's it? country throwback night at. Rockin are bar called they play Brooks and Dunn you think. Oh Yeah it's Maria on throw my Maria achey breaking up plans tonight. Randy Travis twiddle. Is that the realtor that is tonight old out good for them. Yeah that's Kinda sweet does an awesome venue Sounds like moth will be opening for them. Local band What else we got boots inbred. That's GONNA be become Bucci free class. You can hear the art of how to make Kombucha and sour dough bread. So check that out of sour dough. Bread I don't see like I love it and B. Y. O. J. Bring your own jar that's kind of funny What else we got. We got an art. Excuse me Arthur. We got an author talk at country. Bookshelf we at six PM. Who is it is a say. Sm Halse Nice Today is also the first five Cape. Brewery run.

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"stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Stewart here's a secret making good radio is a team sport and we here at all of it are small but mighty group of reporters and producers who bring you about thirty to forty segments a week we have a little bit of an unwritten rule to have a segment and to do a segment on the show someone on the team must be really excited about it has to be something that we think listeners could be jazzed about as well now some of the segments are easy to produce and some aren't some have funny stories about how they came to be and some of become personal favorites with that in mind we're bringing you a weekly producers pick with one of our fine all that producers joining me in studio to give a little background on a segment that he or she produced today's producer is Catherine well sometimes directs the show Catherine welcome to the side of the studio so great for having me else I know I kind of know how it feels it's will survive held little so Catherine there's a three you pick three different things in the three very different but you really like books I do and so your first choice is Michael Palin remind people about why Michael Palin came on the show so Michael Palin is a member of Monty Python the comedy troupe he's also an actor and a prolific writer historian in his own right so when I started in in public radio talk shows I thought I guess that I would always love to book can have on the show and Michael Palin was one of them I grew up watching Monty Python with my dad and I love the films I love to the the weird sketch show and it was great so when I saw that he actually had a book coming out I when I hadn't reached out and took time and so but it's not a comedy look at all the not know there's it's really not funny it's called Erebus and it's a naval the maritime mystery it's about a nineteen century ship that vanish that embarked on an arctic expedition and then vanish and was rediscovered in arctic waters in twenty fourteen so for you as a fan no we're all professionals here yes but we do have people we meet who we get a look a little fan girl and boy over was it like for you to meet Michael Palin it was lovely Hugh he was charming and gracious and everything I hoped he would be and he was kind enough to take a photo with me and I don't ask that often of of all the famous people come through here but I had to with Michael and we should actually send good wishes to Michael Palin because he just announce he's going to undergo heart surgery in September he's had some problems Michael Palin wrote to fans as website I shall be undergoing surgery in September and should be back to normal or rather better than normal within three months I hope so best wishes Michael and this is Michael Palin on all of it thanks Catherine.

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"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Eric Stewart group dot com and download the right sizing guide trick to step off that keep up the Jones treadmill that is simply boy this is hitting me between the eyes because recently I made a decision on this is not even about acquiring things as much as it is how we can get into systems in our lives they keep us on treadmills there are necessarily good but we get into patterns in our lives in one of those for me and actually has been on Facebook where I have been on Facebook often and consistently in posting and liking and so on and and I see this time that it's pulling away from my life and finally my wife said Hey what I'd really like to see you do is delete that apple of your phone it course in saying that it's like talking to somebody who loves fresh baked chocolate chip cookies insane Joni chocolate chip cookies a bit at that point in time it's a difficult conversation haven't I've actually had to go through some withdrawal where I've deleted it and it deleted it added I mean I'm being honest with you this is the reality of I think even how we purchase things and how we decide yeah I'm going to cut back on spending in for a while and then all of a sudden we interrupt our commitment because something we have on our own have perceived as now is valuable gone out and bought it even to the great detriment to our future well being for having spent that money put ourselves into debt making ourselves slaves to pain of bank back for something and giving them the money making them money versus US keeping our money and using it from cash as a position so step off that keep of the Jones treadmill cut out the things in your life which may be beyond just purchasing things like I just mentioned.

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"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The Eric Stewart group, and I'm giving you plenty of opportunities to go to our website to find out more about us at Eric Stewart group dot com, and here's another opportunity. This guide will be good information on how you can prepare your home for sale take advantage of the market timing. There is market timing in real estate where you can sell your property for the most money. So take advantage of this and download your market ready guide in. There are the ten questions. You can ask a real estate agent before you hire one. So you're not making mistakes, especially for those of you who been in your home for twenty or more years things have shifted so dramatically. Over the last twenty years, even since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine okay. Yes, we had the internet back then. But the way that you can market through the internet is dramatically different. So don't take it. For granted. Bill your home, forty years. It's night and day. No longer. Do buyers drive to the local shopping centre walk up to the real estate office. Walk into the part time, Bob who's behind the counter there who's holding the phone answering the phones to try to pick up opportunities. No longer. Do we have a business? That's driven by drive by traffic. It's now internet-driven and the dissemination of information is critical photos number one number one virtual tour quality of your photos is your opportunity to tell the story if you're interviewing brokers, be sure you look at the pictures of the other properties that they have and not just the photos, but how they're displayed and are the easy to track and follow and get through to get the best sense of what that houses because frankly, they're going to do the same thing for you. So don't. Take it for granted that just because they say virtual tour. It's going to be good. Oh, you do a virtual tour. Oh, okay. No. You gotta know the everybody's virtual tour is different with a capital d different. So take the time slow down and look at it. There's a lot of weak marketing out in the real estate world. And unfortunately once you make a commitment. It's a bit like marriage or you're married for three or four months, and you better make a good choice of fronts of take advantage..

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"stewart" Discussed on Household Name

Household Name

04:19 min | 3 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on Household Name

"I remember one at his big conference. Introducing his new ideas for penny. I heard from a source that the day before he came into check the chairs, we're all right? And then he decided they weren't and reordered like wedding banquet. Chairs sounds like. Steve Jobs move. It is and I think he was trying to malate jobs, but there was one more important part to Ron's plan. Like Terry Lundgren Ron wanted to attach JC Penney's name to another brand. And like Terry before him Ron wanted Martha. He decides that Martha Stewart is going to be the biggest seller that JC Penney can have. And so he goes after Martha heart, but Martha's tied up. She has another deal. Yeah. But Martha and Johnson both wanna get out of that deal or not get out of that deal. But essentially have a competing deal at penny. So Johnson flies Audis to meet Martha to you know, to go to her showroom. He a tour of her headquarters, he loves it. She takes him out for coffee at her favorite upper east side spot where she discovers he doesn't drink coffee so deals like little little moment. I think I think they're both kind of courting each other. It's like these slightly awkward for states. Macy's may have had an exclusive deal, but that didn't stop Iran, and he definitely didn't let on that. He was trying to steal Martha away from Macy's and Terry. He knows Terry and his publicly his very deferential to Terry. He'll send him, you know, gentleman's Lee emails like congratulations on this. And right back. You know after after Johnson does his first big Wall Street presentation Lundgren rights to say that sounded great, congratulations, and Ron writes back saying something like thank you so much. I respect you in ordinate. Ordinarily, meanwhile, behind the scenes, he is working to slap. Macy's in the face. December twenty eleven Ron and Martha made a deal, and they made that deal public JC. Penney would pay a little over thirty eight million dollars for a stake in the company and JC. Penney would get a couple of seats. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia board. The deal was to last ten years and the deal would bring Martha's homegoods into JC. Penney stores the same day they announced the deal Martha called Terry to break the news to him. He hung up on her realize when this company was founded in nineteen to the name of the store was the golden rule do unto others would have you actually the name of the store the first decade, and then it became JC Penney. This is Ron Johnson on FOX business shortly after the Martha deal was announced. He's just dictating a lot in this video. He looks really confident. They genuinely thought Macy's wouldn't challenge. It why that seem so naive. It does seem naive Johnson. At the time was so. So full of hubris. He thought he was coming in to the stayed industry. He was gonna shake it up. And when you see some of his emails once the Steelers is announced that his he believes Terry is going to back down Terry Lund grim because it's pennies on the offensive, Terry. Doesn't know what to do. And of course, what Terry does is his su-. Martha Stewart Living. Donald Ray bump in there. Because of Macy's trying to sue insane that they had an exclusive with Martha Stewart, and therefore she couldn't have one with you. But she was here today. What's what's the latest on that? I don't know. I I've seen a road bump because we're pursuing full on board to create these Martha Stewart stores. It was a wrote up a court temporarily bar JC Penney from selling Martha products until the case was resolved. But Martha and Ron remain confident. They thought they found a loophole. There is a carve out in the Macy's contract for Martha's own stores, which he didn't have at that point. What does that mean exactly that she is allowed to sell these products? If she ever starts her own stores, so the sign it would be designed by a company, but it would be penny. Getting the sales credit penny employees working.

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"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"stewart" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Stewart Rosenthal from the beacon newspaper. Good morning Stewart. Thank you, very good morning. Glad you could make it in. And you went to a conference on the innovations of aging this is a few weeks ago. And I've asked you to come in and share some of what you've learned from that fascinating things. Well, it was a chance for entrepreneurs and technical types and all to come and explain to the whole audience what was going on on the cutting edge of experimentation and new devices, and I learned a tremendous amount. And I think you'll be fascinated by some of the things one thing I mentioned hearing aids, and we all know that hearing aids and how important they aren't people supposed to get them. But you know, men usually refuse it for very long time, and they all kinds of issues. So now, they're developing hearing aids, it can do so many more things I think that that resistance is going to cave in because for example, the Starkey people have developed a hearing aid. They tell us that the cartilage in the ear is more sensitive to the heartbeats and issues with the heart. Then are you Rhys? So people are wearing all these watches now to keep track of their heartbeat and respiration all those kinds of things you can do that with the hearing aid. So they developed a hearing aid that monitors your heart and brain activity. It has fall detection within it. So that if you were to take a fall, it would it would know to contact somebody that you had fallen. And Furthermore, it has in you know, what to say simultaneous translation from thirty two languages, if you're listening to if you're in a foreign country and talking to somebody they don't like you're hearing them better. But it's telling you what they're saying in English. Wow. That's what I think. Well, said wow. Can you hear what your daughter is talking about and the other? Probably.

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