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A highlight from Chainlink Starterpack (The Oracle Of Crypto)
"Everyone seems to be bullish on Chainlink, and you may be wondering if you should add its native token LINK to your portfolio. But like any good investor, you want to do some research first. Finding information on this project can be tricky. Sometimes it seems you need a genius level IQ to understand all the mystical things Chainlink does. I know it stops my dogs from running in the woods. But here at BitBoy Crypto, we've got you, and we're going to break it down. This is your Chainlink starter pack. So let's get it. Today, we're talking everything Chainlink. You may have heard Chainlink bandied about the comment sections of the cryptoverse. It seems that every YouTuber has put out a price prediction video, including us. Take a look at our price prediction video from July 30, 2023. But what is Chainlink? It is a decentralized oracle network. And we're not talking about the crystal ball type of oracle who tells you about your future or bends a spoon, although there are a few similarities that give rise to the name. In order to understand what an oracle does in the crypto space, we need a quick reminder on blockchains and smart contracts. Blockchains are a method of storing information. It's like the Hall of Prophecies from Harry Potter. But instead of being filled with prophecies, it's filled with crypto records. In the case of Bitcoin, the blockchain holds records of transactions. So if you decided to tip us in Bitcoin because you're so thankful for all the info BitBoy Crypto provides, we could go look at that transaction on the blockchain. Each block of the blockchain has a limited amount of information it can hold, so once that space is used up, another block is added to the chain. In Ethereum's case, the blockchain holds both records of transactions and smart contracts. A smart contract is a program with predetermined terms and conditions that automatically executes an agreement when that code is met. So an example of a smart contract would be logging into an exchange and trading $100 worth of ETH for $100 worth of LINK. The smart contract checks that both parties have the amount of crypto they're proposing to have and then executes the exchange. Smart contracts illuminate human error, discrimination, etc. by making code do the work. And this is part of what makes crypto so exciting. So you may be wondering what these things have to do with Chainlink. I promise we're getting there. Blockchains and smart contracts are amazing technologies, but by design, they're meant to have a singular focus. They aren't connected to information beyond their code or the world outside of the blockchain. That's where oracles come in. And that's why Sergei Nazarov and Steve Ellis of smartcontract .com launched Chainlink on Ethereum in June of 2017. The oracles that make up Chainlink's decentralized network connect real world data off -chain to smart contracts on the blockchain and vice versa. Real world data can include anything from the weather to stock prices to the results of a football game. You can think of Chainlink as a very necessary middleman that solves a real problem in crypto land. So we could develop a smart contract where you, our viewer, press the like button on this video and then get a token that provides access to crypto heaven. Chainlink would see that you like the video and let us know via smart contract, and then we would issue you the token. Okay, we can't do that yet. But who knows with Chainlink? But you get the idea. And we still appreciate it if you did like and subscribe. So how does Chainlink get the real world data onto the blockchain? It does this by maintaining a trustworthy network of oracles that are made up of nodes. These nodes answer questions in requesting contracts. Anyone can run a node. You just install the node on your computer connected to a blockchain, and then you look for jobs on the node operator dashboard. Although Chainlink was built on Ethereum, it now supports the BNB, Polygon, Avalanche, Phantom, Arbitrum and Optimism blockchains. I feel pretty optimistic about that. It uses a smart contract oriented programming language called Solidity, which is very popular on Ethereum. We won't sugarcoat it. The process to become a node operator is a bit more complicated than the spark notes we just gave you. But who are we to crush your dreams? You can check out Chainlink's website or search for YouTube tutorials, but we're not going to go too deep into the weeds with it here. The node operators agree to lock up their link, which can be confiscated if they're found to be untruthful. In exchange for fulfilling the request for information, node operators receive link from the people in search of this off -chain data. So Chainlink receives a requesting contract from someone or something who wants real world data. Chainlink then turns the requesting contract into a smart contract called Chainlink Service Level Agreement Contract. And because that wasn't enough contracts, the SLA then gets divided into three subcontracts. The first is the reputation contract, which is basically the judge, jury and executioner for the nodes, like Sylvester Stallone. It checks how reliable and true the data has been from the nodes and then removes any lying liars. So say there was a request for the color of the sky and eight nodes said the sky was blue and two nodes said it was green. The program is designed to kick the two nodes who sent misinformation to the curb. Get out of here, greenies! Once Chainlink knows which nodes are reliable, there's an order matching contract which sends the question to those nodes, collects their bids and then matches the right nodes to the job. Chainlink also uses code to search the interwebs for the information to double fact check everything. Finally, the aggregating contract comes into play. Remember the nodes who were debating the color of the sky? Well, the aggregating contract is designed to find the right answer by taking an average of all the data. Since eight nodes reported the sky as being blue, that's the answer that will be sent on chain to the smart contract. And the cool thing about Chainlink is they use an off -chain reporting consensus mechanism. The nodes talk to each other off -chain, and then they choose one node to send the data on chain. This is a secure method that uses way less gas than when this process took place on chain. And the smart contracts really, really want this real world data. That's why Chainlink has so many partnerships and projects across all areas of the cryptoverse and even into traditional finance. Chainlink has expanded their bespoke truth serum to provide proof of reserves, which uses their unbiased method of information gathering to fact check companies claiming to have certain items. Saying there's a new stablecoin that is supposedly backed by USD, Chainlink can use its proof of reserve to certify that the company behind the stablecoin actually has the reported amount of USD in reserve. This can be used from anything from gold to real estate to artwork and potentially could prevent major industry meltdowns like FTX and tariff. And then there's Chainlink CCIP, aka cross -chain interoperability protocol, which according to founder Sergey, makes different systems work with one communication standard. It allows blockchains to work together as smart contracts on different blockchains to send each other commands. It also facilitates communication between blockchains and banks. Basically connecting DeFi to TradFi for the first time ever. Chainlink has a partnership with SWIFT, and even Bank of America gave it a call out in its June 2023 Global Digital Assets Research Report. So that's exciting. The other exciting thing about Chainlink is that it's climate neutral. No matter what you think about the ESG wars, some companies will feel pressure not to use crypto companies that they see as harming the environment. So Chainlink being environmentally friendly just makes it even more adoptable by the masses and potentially a good bet long term. And speaking of bets, I want to give a shout out to Stake for sponsoring this video. I wonder if they use Chainlink. Okay, so let's chat a bit about Chainlink's tokenomics. LINK is non -inflationary because there's a max supply of 1 billion tokens. Currently, there's a circulating supply of over 500 million tokens. 35 % of the tokens are used to secure the network, 30 % is for development, and the other 35 % were sold publicly. When LINK had its ICO back in September 2017, the price was around 15¢. And at the top of the last bull run of 2021, the price ballooned above $50. Back in June of 2022, Chainlink enabled another way to secure their network, staking on the Ethereum network. So even more of the coins will be locked up by the community. Staking rewards are 7 % for node operators and nearly 5 % for community members. The initial staking pool is capped at 25 million LINK, and there's a 7 ,000 LINK limit per person for staking for inclusivity. And there you have it, folks. Your Chainlink starter pack. The ecosystem is constantly expanding, so make sure you stay up to date and check back here for more updates on Chainlink. That's all I got. DZ out. I gotta go get my three Chainlink.
A highlight from The Mike and Mark Davis Daily Chat - 08/16/23
"God love her. I don't know what's been going on with the work. Listen, everybody gets work, and you know, you can get the Melanie Griffith Duck Mouth or get really incredible high -quality work like Jane Fonda. I don't know what's going on with this woman. Incredible talent, soundtrack of most of my adult life. God bless her. She's 65. Hope everything's okay. She's back to rehearsing again. I just saw a video last night on the news that she's back to work, so hopefully she'll be okay. I do too. Frankly, I'm glad she's not in jail. When you threaten to blow up the White House, one would think there might be some consequences. I wonder why Fannie Willis is an indicting Madonna. This case is so dumb. And I was thinking last night about, what are historians going to say about this 100 years from now? Aren't they going to look at this and say, wait a minute, they didn't indict him in 2020, 2021, 2022. But late summer, 2023, months before the election, they decided they had to send him to prison for 712 years and six months. I love that I had somebody text me yesterday and say, Mike, do you think they're going to build one of those, there's some movie that has where you can be in prison for eternity and it's like you get cryogenically frozen. Demolition Man? Sylvester Stallone? That's what it was. And what's that prison? Is there like a prison that's like, so maybe Trump can go to that prison. Somebody else texted me. Like Demolition Man, he's defrosted and brought out like in 500 years in the future. Can you imagine what's going on here? Where's the Taco Bell? That's the only restaurant you got? Awesome. The future is great. I love it. Have you got a McDonald's? This is superb. Where's Mike Pence? Is he dead? Good. The country's better. Are the historians going to look at the indictments themselves and realize he was indicted for tweeting to tell people to watch TV? Well, you asked a funny question. Well, you asked a very, very telling question. And when you ask it, I know exactly what you mean, what will historians say? It is based on the presumption that there will be historians looking at things with an objective eye, who with the gift of distance in the rearview mirror will take a look at it and say, wow, that was crazy back in 2023 when they did that. But have you noticed the poisons that are working their way through the profession called historian? Not just this Michael Beschloss, who's MSNBC's favorite guy on Twitter all the time. I see people identifying themselves as historians saying we nearly lost democracy on January 6th. Thank God this is an opportunity for us to maybe get it back. Listen, if some Democrat senator or activist says that, whatever, it's another day. Historians? So my added prayer this morning is that we actually have a profession called historian, where people will write stories based on facts and based on objectivity and not their own political load. It almost comes down to who writes the history books. Always has been. And that always has been, always will be. And let's pray there's a shred of objectivity. But let's pray we get this right. I got so much traction yesterday when I woke up and I brought to the show my belief that this all gets turned around in the blink of an eye. And I know it's not going to happen, so don't worry about chastising me. Let me spare you. But if DeSantis and the rest of them next week said, you know what, we wanted to run, but guess what? I mean, DeSantis is, you know, underwater, continually.
Some Big Names Were Offered Roles "Beverly Hills Cop"
"Script was around Hollywood for about 7 years before it was actually greenlit. And let's talk about some of the choices of who was going to play axel F go ahead, Chris. Okay, well, the biggest one was, of course, the great Sylvester Stallone. Yes. He was going to play excellent. And he wanted to make this movie into something far more serious. And I mean, obviously everybody involved in the project was like, wow, wow, wow, wow, wow. This is not a this is a comedy. This is not going to be like a dangerous film. You've got to have this cute little wink with the blond here in the car. You know what I mean? Everything has to have a wink to it. Everything has to be a bit of fun. Yes. No. But you know what I think this is my theory, I think that Sylvester Sloane looked back on this film and said he missed out on something. I think in his mind he thought he missed out on something not doing the comedic version because he did end up doing the serious version of Beverly Hills cup, which was called cobra. He made his own film called cobra. Right, so go ahead. Well, I think that he felt like he missed out on doing the comedic Beverly Hills cop version, and he realized it was a great film. So then he went ahead and he did a film called demolition man, which was a much lighter film, but very similar to Beverly Hills cop when you think about it. A movie which, if you watch it now, has predicted a lot of the things that we now see as wokeness. If you don't remember demolition man, if you thought it was, you know, wasn't funny. Watch it now, and you will think that it was the script was written by Nostradamus. So here's the development history of this movie. So the people they consider didn't offer it to, but they considered for axel foley Al Pacino and James Caan, they offered it to Mickey Rourke, they paid him $400,000 not to do any movies and keep him on ice. That expired and he said, guys, I'm going to keep your money but goodbye. Then they offered it to Harrison Ford. He refused Harrison Ford and along comes Stallone and Stallone. Well, like he does with many things, he just rewrote the whole script. He wanted to quadruple the budget, the end scene would have been him driving playing chicken in a Maserati with an 18 Wheeler. They said, we've only got $12 million. We can't make this movie, and they finally placated him and they said, okay, we'll make a movie where you're like, you know, fine machine guns and cleaning the city up. But it's going to be a different movie. That was cobra. I think we have the post of cobra. A very different movie, not with a lot of humor in it.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on WTOP
"Worn by Sylvester Stallone in the first rocky film. You know, the movie kind of came out of nowhere to win best picture that year against all the president's men and network and taxi driver. Curator Ryan lindell also displays the ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz. This is one of the pairs of slippers that was worn by Judy Garland in the making of the film. They're the Holy Grail of movie props. They're the most coveted movie props that are out there. The most famous pair of shoes in the world for sure. Jason Riley, W two news. Coming up after traffic and weather. How many VC area houses are worth a $1 million or more? I'm Jeff cable. It's two O 8. Michael and sons peting tune up for only $59. Michael. Traffic and weather on the 8s and when it breaks, let's go to Dave dildine in the WTO traffic site. Monday work zones in Virginia on the beltway interlude between the toll road and Georgetown pike to blocking the right lane, but as usual by 2 p.m., they're clearing the outer loop and all lanes on the outer loop are open. Northbound of the George Washington Parkway between one 23 and the beltway. It is one lane getting by, but just brief delays head north of turkey run toward four 95. On the interloop in the local lanes across the Wilson bridge from slow traffic, that might be in the wake of a mobile crew. 95 southbound, no delays yet across the northbound slow through Fredericksburg, the work zone, a 95 north of route 17 falmouth, back again this Monday and blocking the left lane. 66 eastbound near the beltway on 66, it is the right lane, right, main lane blocked, westbound good out to Gainesville and haymarket beyond route 15. They've extinguished the brush fire and I believe reopened all the lanes on 66 between haymarket and broad run. In Maryland back to road work, north of Laurel, northbound on 95 after one 98, the patuxent river, the right lane is blocked, route one, southbound through beltsville, a work zone after powder mill road brings traffic down to single file. Two 70s and good shape between Rockville and Frederick on 15 at the scene of this weekend's big tanker truck fire. There is activity along the right shoulder and that's distracting drivers, both north and southbound on route 15 as they pass Rosemont avenue. Looking for a new car, the weight is over if it's Gerald automotive has hundreds of new and used cars to choose from, visit Fitz mall dot com transparency you can trust. Dave aldein WTO traffic. Now, the forecast from storm team Forrest chuck bell. Sunny skies for the rest of our Monday afternoon, temperatures up near 60 today. This will make it the mildest day of the week. Afternoon highs will be at or below average tomorrow. An average high is 53. Tomorrow, we'll be lucky to make 52 wins out of the northwest, gusting over 30 mph for most of the day tomorrow and staying up Tuesday night and through the day on Wednesday, Wednesday's highs only near 50°, at least the wind will die down on Thursday. I'm storm team four, meteorologist chuck bell for WTO. We're at 55 in rosslyn 56 in Laurel 55 farragut square in northwest D.C. under sunny skies, and were brought to you this afternoon by long fence, save 20%, long fence, Dex, pavers, and fences go to long fence dot com today
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Disaster caused by Trump rolling back your safety standards. You would like a 13 year old expired Trump water through. Which, thank you, Brooklyn ten defiant for finding this clip. Of Sylvester Stallone, he did a taste test on Hollywood with Billy Bush. Yes, including Trump water. And guess who the underwater is? Whatever it is, I wouldn't wash with socks in this. Now I can't wait to tell you what it is. What? Trump ice. God. I love that. I'm sorry. Yeah. It wasn't that funny, Billy. Good lord. How, Billy? That was the best or Stallone saying you wouldn't wash his socks. And his socks are sweating You know, how many flights of stairs does he run up in those socks, right? I see him at the gym occasionally. Do you? Yeah. Oh, I didn't know that. I thought you only. You were at the Arnold, Jim. Both of them at the same time as there was one day where they were promoting something that they were doing together. And yes, they were there at the same time. They wanted to keep using the address. Also. How do you know what's saying? I don't talk to them. Could you imagine the conversation between those two? Yeah, that's who can understand you and headset, right? Also, you know who else works out there? Thanks dawn. Nope. Chris wants me to tell the story of Frank Stallone asked me out at the Playboy mansion. I don't remember why I was there. I was invited once or twice, and I just, he's like a much larger Sylvester Stallone. Yeah. There's like Sylvester Sloane's been supersized. Okay. Yeah. Every time we see him, I tell my workout partner Christian that story. Oh, that's precious on me. Okay. Please, oh, dear. What did I lost my tweet now? Leslie. What did you do? Yes, speaking of the Trump trip to Ohio Leslie tweets, the only reason Trump went to Ohio because it's a red state. We all remember when he held up fema aid during our wildfires and told us to rake our forests, refused a Puerto Rico and held up personal protective gear to red to blue states as COVID was ravaging the country. Yes, we remember that. We remember you Boris gold, poorest
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on The Big Picture
"Of prison and he wants a piece of what Adonis has he wants Adonis's success. He wants to box, he wants to rise to glory and fame. What do you think a Cree three? Had a great time. I sent you a capsule review that we will talk about later. But that has to do with the transition from this being a piece of the rocky franchise to its own new thing that is related but is now the creed franchise. And this notably has no Sylvester Stallone. Rocky is not like mentioned. He's not. They just disappear him. I guess at the end of creed two, he is in San Francisco with his son, played by mento Milo Ventimiglia. And that's nice. They have a moment. So maybe we're meant to assume that he's just still there, like getting to know his grandkids. They don't go out of their way to explain it. And of course, Sylvester Stallone, who was originally, I think, conceived to be a part of the project, but then got into a skirmish with the producers, chart often Winkler, about the rights to rocky, and Sylvester Stallone wants the rights to rocky, and he is not able to acquire those rights. And so he sat this project out. And so he is just, he is not even a ghost looming over the proceedings. He's there's no rocky Balboa here. Right. And in some ways you don't miss it. And in other ways, I kept waiting for the moment. It's an interesting thing where it's like trying to be its own franchise and stand alone. And I think it works as a stand-alone movie. Again, had a lot of fun. But there are enough callbacks where I was like, but wait, or what about this? And frankly, you know, at some point, the music isn't there. And I just absolutely spent the whole time being like, but when are you going to play the fucking song? And that's my thing. But what about the song? It's sort of my review. Even though it was really fun. Yeah, I thought it was fun too. It's greatest strength is also its biggest burden, which is that it is bound to one of the most. If not the most inspiring American movie franchises, and even just revisiting the rocky films to get ready to talk about this, I was reminded of even when they're not great,
Chris "Mr.Reagan" Kohls Reviews Sylvester Stallone in 'Rocky'
"Is an actor? What do you think of sly's first big performance? Yeah, no, I think he is Olivier. I think he is brilliant. I think these guys, you know, I think people kind of overlook sometimes performances that are in films that are too pop culture. This film has become so legendary. It's become iconic. You know, we don't really think of rocky as this absolutely brilliant film that's Oscar worthy, but I think it did win best picture. Hang on, hang on, hang on. I got it here. 1977 nominated for ten, ten Oscars. It walks away with best picture, best director and best editing. Three, three Oscars. Yeah, as well it should have. It really truly is a masterpiece of cinema. And what's funny is you can actually hear the film real rolling because it was like the audio wasn't perfect, right? Like whoever they hired to do the odds. Some of the scenes, the audio is garbage when he's walking around the gym when he's walking around you can you know he's walking off one boom mic to another. Yeah, yeah, you can hear it. The audio is in the distance. Yeah, it's very, it's a very sort of independent film like it's very Gritty the way that it shot is very sort of like it's not very professional, right? For considering comparing it to other Hollywood movies at the time. And you can actually hear the film reel in some scenes going. You know, the film going through the canister. And yet, and yet it's so perfect. I mean, you know, we talked before about the back of the future scripted how some professors teach us as like the perfect screenplay. I would actually say this is an example of an actual perfect screen. I think you're onto something. I think this is light years ahead of Back to the Future. Back to the futures, maybe something you can watch again, more easily as a popcorn movie, but here, yeah, this is really, and for a guy who it's his first script. I mean, absolutely stunning.
'Where Have All the Good Men Gone?' With Larry Taunton
"We're talking to Larry Alex Taunton, Larry, you've just written on so many subjects, but this is one that affects everyone's life today and the title of it is where have all the good men gone. So let's keep going about what is in that article. Yeah. Well, I think you're 7 men book. You're 7 women book. What we're talking about in part is the need for models. And I would want to say to any young person who's listening or even a man who has maybe struggled finding his own place, have good role models, find good role models. And unfortunately, a lot of boys lacking from broken homes and this particularly true within Muslim communities. Where a man can have four wives and countless children, often lacking those real role models in their lives, they instead look to someone like a rapper or a Sylvester Stallone or Jason Statham, movie character, and athlete or a hip hop artist, someone who they see is powerful, respected, and sexually desirable. And they begin to model that. And that's unfortunate not only for themselves, but for society, for women. I would really encourage any young man who is out there who lacks that role model in their life, maybe because of an absentee or a weak a weak father figure, find a real person in your life that you can model yourself after, who can set a standard for you and do understand their centers that they will fail you that are ultimate a model and neither Eric nor I are saying that we're the models of masculinity. Jesus Christ established that model for us, but he gives us, he gives us individuals in our lives after whom we can model ourselves.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on Daily Pop
"Back? Man, honestly, I have no clue and I'm not just saying that. I really got no clue. You have no clue. I don't know with euphoria. It's pretty random. And if I do end up coming back, I'll probably be known last second if I am, you know? So it's a little random on euphoria, and maybe if I keep our fingers crossed, okay? Yeah. Definitely. Well, you worked with so many incredible people on euphoria and in your new movie. I am curious, I love Sylvester Stallone. Sallow. I'm really close with him. So I kind of call him by the nickname. You could talk to him about it. Did he give you any advice? Because I grew up on rocky, which I'm sure kind of reads to you. Yeah. I'm not laughing. I'm not laughing. Did you even watch rocky growing up? I did. I love the rocky. Okay. I'm a boxer, you know. One 35 and you said you were one 18. Am I right? I was about like one 18 one 18 ish, yeah. Yeah. But yeah, working. Work with sly was amazing, man. I just love work on Samaritan and all. What is the movie about? The movie is about a kid. Well, it's a superhero like movie. Okay? But like with kind of a dark twist to it. Okay. And this kid named Sam, who I play is in the looks for Samaritan. He wants to find out if Samaritan is really real and it's going on this crazy journey and he's torn between two different worlds, you know, good and evil and got to figure out what's best for him and what's he going to do and what's the right decision for him. 'cause you're crazy. I don't want to spoil too much though. Your bots, which is what I like. I showed me how to throw a punch. I got to. I got these. Because I've been actually are you a lefty or a righty? All right. You're right. So I'm a south or something. Okay. Okay, so no, I'm not gonna put that forward, okay? Okay. Put that forward. Come over here a little bit more. Okay. Put that foot forward, just a little bit. Okay. Okay? And you're gonna lift that back leg up just a tiny bit none of you crazy. No, no, not like all the legs. You see like, look, so when I'm in the stance, right? Okay. I make a strong balance on even and this foot is forward. You know what you're talking about? And then this foot is lifted up just a tiny bit. Okay. Okay. Okay. Like that. Kinda, don't lean forward though when you're throwing. Oh, okay, okay. And then this hat right here. You gotta position it right there. Okay. Tuck your elbows in, and when you throw in, you throw in right there. Okay. You gotta learn this. You just go watch. I'm kind of just watching it. I'm hoping like by osmosis. I don't wanna let me try it. Let me try it. So I'm the opposite hand, so it's a little weird, but this hand forward for me. Or that hand forward for you. Okay. Right there, you gotta get a decent chance I see you. Right there, right? And then ready for just boom. You can fully extend it, right? Make sure it's fully turned. Bring it right back. There you go. That hand. That's your lead hand. Oh, this one. For you. I'm throwing that one 'cause I'm gonna have to eat it. Okay, I keep it up like this. Protect you. Okay. Oh.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on Daily Pop
"And the thing is, you can sit here, you can have all these lovely weddings and spend all this money. That means nothing in the end. In the end, the truth always comes out. And we just wish them well, because this is a mess. Get it together, be out. Okay, Sylvester Stallone is mad. He is punching back at rocky producer, Irvin Winkler over the franchise spin off Draco. Now, sly has fought for years to get the rights back to his famous character. In a now deleted Instagram post, he wrote, I never wanted rocky's characters to be explored by these parasites. Sly also called out his longtime friend, Dolph Lundgren, who plays Draco for going behind his back. So this is a spin off, he doesn't know anything about it. You know, I mean, first of all, the history of rocky is that when he first started, he was unknown, nobody knew him. The producer Irving took a risk and made the movie he has produced all the movies, but I didn't know Stallone never had any type of, he didn't have any ownership. Right. So rightfully, you know, the Winkler family can do this. They have all rights. He's been fighting to try to get at least some rights back for his children. I mean, you think rocky you think I Stallone? Yeah. You just do. It's really, I think, can be really tricky when you create an iconic character like this and you get replaced without being told. Just because they didn't have to tell him, doesn't mean it's the classiest thing to do because they make it. And it's got to be painful, but I also know on the flip side, this said does Garner a lot of visibility for Sylvester. People are going to be interested in him more than ever right now. That sometimes a byproduct of just a show being made that you helped create the original and you're not a part of the spin off. True. But they're completely insane not to want his support. If he stands up and says nobody watched this show, people, I think, will get behind those die hard, you know, rocky fans. But what about his friend Dolph? He wrote that. The original Draco for him put him in the original movie. This was what made him a star. And according to slot, he said, we were friends. He didn't imagine he'd been calling him, slots don't been calling Dolph going, hey, what's happening? He don't say nothing. 'cause he knew that slide we get mad and probably stop. I'm just assuming it probably stopped the project. But this is the problem in this industry. It's like, you think you have friends but when it comes to business, all of a sudden now is bitch. But I will say and make sure you could probably speak to this, but there are business friends and there are real friends and sometimes those lines blur, but I always keep on putting in a movie. I broke
Sly Stallone Buries the Hatchet With Bruce Willis
"We talked about Bruce Willis suffering from a dementia like illness, which is really sad. And, you know, a few years ago, when Sylvester Stallone was doing the next expendables, Bruce Willis held out for a lot of dough. He wouldn't do it unless he got paid a lot of money. And it got to be a bad thing. It got to be, you know, Stallone was bad bouncing him in the press and on Twitter and it was like, oh my God, these guys were mad. But now because of the illness, Stallone is keeping Bruce Willis in his prayers and, you know, I think he's doing the right thing. The other day he posted photos of him and Bruce Willis over the years. And he wrote a very heartwarming message to Bruce's family, despite the fact that these two guys were once engaged in this very public feud and sly said, we go back a long way. I'm praying for the best for you and your wonderful family.
Christian Toto: Hollywood Is Rapidly Losing Its Grasp of What the People Want
"But Christian the weird part is I mean I'm only 47 I'm not that old I mean I'm not a spring chicken but you know I'm halfway through my life I remember just a decade or two ago Hollywood used to make fun of this stuff This was a punch line I give you an example You're a Hollywood guy Remember demolition man Wesley Snipes and Sylvester Stallone and Sandra Bullock think the running joke in that movie was that culture becomes so PC Sylvester Stallone wakes up from cryo freeze whatever decades later And he can't believe it How everybody gets harangued for saying the wrong word at the wrong time on the street Hollywood used to make fun of this stuff and now they're exactly what they were making fun of So there's no excuse to like oh my gosh we didn't know you literally wrote movies about it Yeah the lack of self awareness is something we see aggressively on the left these days but it carries over into Hollywood They don't get it They really don't get it They're thinking about a new Oscar host and I would think they might even say let's try Stephen Colbert He's a funny guy Not even realizing that half the country loads him because he's aggressively political and mean spirited So I think that's the way that there is a bubble mentality within Hollywood where back in the 90s they would understand that They had a grasp of what the culture wanted with the people wanted They're losing that rapidly and it's
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on the Intuitive Edge
"Fan boys and fan girls of this check and we just wanna help people use it and my passion is about creating and developing custom amazon alexa skills for businesses and brands and professionals and authors to be able to utilize this awesome technology to engage in expand their current audience and to make it all interactive and fun. Like but i'm gonna go back to our theme and reincarnation past lives and we talked about alexa possibly being held from the two thousand one space odyssey. Then you said alexandria. And i said an oracle so it makes the question. Do you think alexa has a soul. Oh and who the creators of her. That i mean do think that i would say she probably has a personality and i think it all goes back to anthropomorphic them where we were we give Non human creatures or beings names and personalities and all this other stuff to sort of humanize them. I think she's a bunch of all in all honesty. If i had to be one hundred honest. I think she's a bunch of onc- rose right. The lights went out tomorrow. She would disappear. I disagree. I think she has a soul. Because i think if it's true that she's in reincarnate especially from the oracle as an oracle. Then she's here. And i think that the inner workings as as you described and all the technology to create this personality you know we created an entity no matter how we look at it. It's an entity and that entity as eventually going to have a mind of their own. Yes i think that. When she was the oracle whatever deal she made maybe she became. Maybe she was born again is a suffragette who knows. Maybe she's really help but then she comes back and says hey you know you're going to have to come in and you're going to have to really entertain people. Educate them as being the queen voice in technology. And that's where where she's at today. That's what i think. Wow that's a pretty cool perspective. Because i didn't even. I didn't even look at it through that that sort of lens i was looking at it from a technological standpoint But no do. I believe in just the clarify here so i believe my dog has a soul in a personality. Oh yeah you better believe it. But i also think that in a week give them those names in order to like humanize them more and to make them become more part of the family. I think my you know my dogs are who they are right. You know humanizing them as his his. The it's a beautiful gift because it just makes them more part of the family. Well let's go on it. Sort of chitchat about the past lies of people. We know today. Like sylvester stallone. And you said you had a couple. I was going to. I picked out oprah what she might have been in a past life. And here's the other thing too. People reincarnate the same people of color. Are they indian heritage or the japanese. Do you think that it goes on would that. No i think. I you know i was listening to you know. Sometimes i'll listen to coast to coast. Am and I don't know if you've ever heard of that show so sometimes i'll listen to that one time. They had reincarnation person on there and there was this one guy who said he had had this regression and he could have reincarnated in japan and he didn't want to because he thought the language was too hard to learn ha. So so you know. I mean me personally. I think you've got to be it just like in life right..
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on Cinemavino
"Yeah. And he was in the D.C. movie that Justice League. Yeah. Played by Joe Manganiello. Yeah. So it's weird because this is not a hard reboot. This is a soft reboot. So they're using Harley Quinn, who was in the Justice League universe. The Snyder verse, if you will. But they're kind of ignoring the scenario versus the thing. It's interesting how they're doing this. They're not completely cutting out the they're not starting all over. They're just kind of like selecting the pieces that they want to move forward, they're moving forward those pieces, and then just sort of ignoring everything else. In fact, the previous movies are like an ugly piece of furniture in the room. It's like no one talks about. It's still there. Everyone to step around. It's on the couch. Yeah, they're slowly upgrading the room, like they're painting, they're changing the blinds. But they still have this ugly couch in there that they just haven't changed out yet. They're just waiting on. It's still a part of the room. I didn't realize that Sylvester Stallone was the voice of king shark. Which is so stupid. Yeah. No. I mean, you know, Vin Diesel's group. Yeah, so I talked about this in the group chat. It was something that a weird parallel to Guardians of the Galaxy is why is Vin Diesel, the voice of groot? And why is Sylvester Stallone, the voice of king shark? You could pay me to voice those characters add enough sound effects and have it sound the exact same. And I would take way less than we would like. The name recognition, but I think they really want to hold Vin Diesel in to play an actual physical character. The rumor for years was that Vin Diesel was going to voice groot. And then play black bolt and the inhumans movie, who doesn't talk at all. And he would be great. Double up. It's kind of like how the voice actor for Jarvis in the first Iron Man didn't realize that later on, he was going to become vision. He was like, oh, great. I have to have my entire body painted red. For four hours, this is great. If he can't talk, how is Vin Diesel going to talk about family? You had polka dot man who was dal matching. I don't remember dalmatian. But he was also in ant man. Movies as one of Scott Lang's buddies to help break him out of jail and also he was in several different movies where they just went, oh, he was in the dark night as the decoy Joker. Oh, yeah. He's been, there was something else in like 6 different comic related films. Man, nothing different. Iterations. Well, you could definitely see that James gone, pulled some marvel talent. He pulled some marble talent over. Yeah, including edge hello. Yeah. Tons of people. Is there Silva? Has he been in the Marvel Universe twice now? And I don't know. I want to say he was, I'm trying to think. But never mind. Not important. And then you have John Cena is peacemaker..
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Have you ever seen the movie cliffhanger with Sylvester Stallone? I was just watching that movie the other night. It had the usual acting you might expect from a Stallone action flick. But what really struck me was the opening scene. I've forgotten how intense it was. Stallone's character was helping a female climber. I can't remember the name of the actors spin anyway. She was sliding across the road from one cliff to another cliff. When her harness came unbuckled as she fell out of the harness, Stallone slid across the rope and grabbed her hand. We've all seen that I got you move in So many movies. It's cliche at best, except for in this movie Instead of rescuing the girl, there's a prolonged sequence where her hand begins to slip out of still owns grip finger by finger. The whole time. She is screaming. I don't want to die. The backdrop behind her looks to be over a mile down to the valley floor. If you haven't seen the movie before you're sitting there waiting for him to grab her hand with his other hand, or somehow saved the day, But this movie catches you off guard. Unlike the typical Hollywood happy, ending her hand slips all the way out. She falls while maintaining eye contact with Stallone. Horrifying scream and the look on her face as she falls really got my blood pressure going. I'm no actor, but I do say people from falling on light. Stallone Nobody has ever slipped out of my hands. Not a single one of my clients has ever had their retirement to fall off a cliff, and not one of them has ever lost a penny did in stock market losses. Now I bet some of you which your retirement wasn't at risk of being dropped off a cliff at all. For that reason alone, now would be a good time to call. How about a guarantee of a bonus on your money of up to 6% or more? How about a guarantee of your income account value growing at up to 6% for the purpose of receiving guaranteed lifetime income? And how about a guarantee that your principal and the returns will never decrease due to market losses? If you'd like to learn more call for my free safe money book and a safe money Information kit at 844306 Safe again. My number is 844. 3067233. There are no stock market cliffs with my in complaining. So what have you got to lose? I know some people are afraid of heights, and some are not. Regardless what I can guarantee use that everyone is afraid of heights if they're falling without a parachute. I think the same is true when it comes to people's retirement and risk. Some people are afraid of risk and some people are not so they say, but everyone is afraid when the market crashes I've seen clients with the same look on their faces as the actress falling in the movie. They're not usually screaming, but sometimes they are crying. They're always looking at me with eyes that say, Save me. I said my clients from lots of things. Sometimes I saved them from having all the money exposed to risk. Sometimes they save them from high fees. They're eating up their returns. Other times. I'm saving them from having no plan or a bad plan that are brokers put together with no consideration for guaranteed lifetime income and protection of principle. It doesn't matter if my client is screaming, crying or looking like they're about to pass out when the bottom drops. At that time, everyone goes into a state of despair. I can save my clients even while they were falling, But what I really wish is that they would call me before they start to fall. You can call now.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Have you ever seen the movie cliffhanger with Sylvester Stallone? I was just watching that movie the other night. It had the usual acting you might expect from a Stallone action flick. But what really struck me was the opening scene. I had forgotten how intense it was. Stallone's character was helping a female climber. I can't remember the name of the actress, but anyway, she was sliding across the rope. From one cliff to another. When her harness came unbuckled as she fell out of the harness. Stallone slid across the rope and grabbed her hand. We have all seen that I got you move in so many movies. It's cliche at best, except for in this movie instead of rescuing the girl, there is a prolonged sequence where her hand begins to slip out of Stallone's grip finger by finger. The whole time. She is screaming. I don't want to die. The backdrop behind her looks to be over a mile down to the valley floor. If you haven't seen the movie before you were sitting there waiting for him to grab her with his other hand, or somehow saved the day, But this movie catches you off guard. Unlike the typical Hollywood happy, ending her hand slips all the way out. She falls well, maintaining eye contact with Stallone, her horrifying scream and the look on her face as she falls really got my blood pressure going. No, actually, But I do save people from following. Unlike Stallone, nobody has ever slipped out of my hands. Not a single one of my clients has ever had their retirement fall off a cliff, and not one of them has ever lost a penny due to stock market losses. I bet some of you wish you retirement wasn't at risk of being dropped off a cliff at all. For that reason alone, now would be a good time to call. How about a guarantee of a bonus on your money of up to 10% or more? How about a guarantee of.
Sylvester Stallone on writing "Rocky"
"Rush. Talked with sylvester stallone about the movie. Rocky balboa and teaches us life lessons here welcome to the program sylvester stallone rocky balboa. I want to be honest with you. I didn't know what was left to tell the story. I've loved all these other rocky movies. But there's been a long hiatus now. I was stunned. You cover every demographic in this. I mean looking at it from a from a production and marketing point. It looks like the first rocky movie cinema. Graphically you haven't gussied it up with a bunch of computer generated fireworks it. You've got life messages in this movie for everybody. Pg what had happened is a good friend of mine says faludi. Who wrote that book stiffed. Which a couple years ago is about the diminishing and kind of like deluding of the american male in the workforce and after you know this planned obsolescence almost for world war two and every generation. It seems to get harder and harder for a man to express himself and we seem to be slowly being moved on this conveyor belt out before we're ready to be moved out and it was kind of a wanted rocky showed that he still has he says has some stuff in the basement. He has a flame in his heart and i think a lot of the american male feels that way but society goes nassau. You've had your you know you're up at bat and it's time to move on and go. Well maybe you should move on when you're ready to move on if you wouldn't take the humiliation of sticking your head above the crowd maybe it's you know it's pleasure will be worth the pain.
Sylvester Stallone Will Not Return for 'Creed III'
"Treat for you and Sylvester Stallone is not going to appear in the upcoming movie Creed three. This, according to the Hollywood reporter, and his rep confirmed to the Hollywood reporter that he's not going to be in the movie. No details about why Sly is not going to be in Creede three, but you know Moving on. He was in the previous two
Sylvester Stallone Reveals Pitch for Rocky Prequel Series
"Sylvester Stallone apparently is working on a rocky prequel and he might not stop there with his old stuff, according to reports Sylvester Stallone, It's also what his wife keeps saying. Well, he's also interested in making a young Rambo movie because the world needs a young Rambo movie. I'm sorry, I'm getting a little spicy. Here. Mr Look start early. That's what I say. Wait now, Sylvester Stallone said last year that such a project would likely have to be on the street. Platform considering Rambo Last blood flopped at the box office back in 2019,
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on A Biography Podcast - Life Histories of Successful People
"Listen to the stories of men and women who transformed their lives using pure passion and cheer hard will to become the pioneers in their field and change the course of history. This is whiz rouge biography. Podcast the podcast. That helps you. learn the real truth. About successful personalities subscribe now to get access to future episodes sylvester. Stallone was born on six. July nineteen forty-six in manhattan to an italian father and an american mother. His parents named him. Michael sylvester stallone. Stallone attended the prestigious notre dame academy in high school before he moved to study at the charlotte hall military academy and the university of miami when he was fifteen. He started bodybuilding because he was told that his brain was dormant during his college years. Stallone started taking up menial jobs and audition for brief supporting roles in acting but he did not get any prominent trolls yet. He kept on auditioning he. Even though he did not get any roles that made him feel content or happy the nineteen seventy-two stallone almost gave up on acting due to the lack of good acting jobs for the next several years. His financial condition was terrible. The nineteen seventy-five. Stallone saw a boxing match between muhammad ali and chuck at the time of this boxing match. Muhammed ali was the champion. Who was at the peak of his career. Chuck wepener on the other hand was the underdog waited years to fight a league. This match gave silvestre's to loan the idea for writing rocket so when he came home after the boxing match he sat down for three days to write the script for rocky sylvester. Stallone showed the script to many producers. But most of them were not interested in making the movie but stallone did not give up once stallone was auditioning for a role. He did not get the role he auditioned for. But on his way out he casually told the producers that he had a story when they read the script. They were very impressed by it but they wanted some well known actor to act in it but stallone was adamant about him playing the lead role in it so finally. The producers gave him but allocated only a meager budget of one million dollars for the film. Even though it was made using a very small budget rocky went on to become a box office hit. It earned two hundred twenty five million dollars and received three oscars the sequels to the movie rocky. Two three and four were also. Box office blockbusters rocky five however turned out to be a dud and marked an end to the franchise stallone wrote and directed another popular and hit franchise called rambo. All five films of the rambo series became immensely popular. Stallone played the role of rambo and rocky and a total of eleven films and became quite popular in the usa as well as overseas. He started a few more popular. Films like cliffhanger the specialist judge dredd demolition man at cetera but also had a few flops like oscar and stop or my mom will shoot in the year. Two thousand get carter. A remake of a popular thriller film was released starring stallone. It was a commercial disaster and stallone's popularity began to decline slowly after some of the other films. That followed also flopped. Stallone took a break of three years from making films in two thousand six. Stallone made the final installment in the hit series rocky titled rocky balboa which went on to become a massive hit he also released another movie of the rambo franchise which became a commercial success. Then twenty ten the expendable was released which gave stallone the biggest opening day weekend of his career. A sequel to the film was released in the year. Two thousand twelve and opened up to a warm reception expendable three was released in the year. Twenty fifteen but never saw any commercial success. Despite having such a highly successful career stallone has had a troubled life. He has been married three times to date and had two broken engagements. He had two sons with his first wife their first son born in nineteen seventy six died in two thousand twelve due to a heart attack their second son born in nineteen thousand nine nine developed autism in his early years. Stallone has suffered some major injuries in his life due to the demanding roles. He played onscreen. Moreover the controversies he was accused of damage his reputation his happiness yet even after suffering so many setbacks in his personal and professional life stallone never gave up on his acting dreams and achieve great heights of success after hitting rock bottom in his life if you want to listen to the biography of sylvester stallone in detail. Listen to episode. Three of our podcast. 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"sylvester stallone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Someone who was famous either their offspring or Or their sibling or whatever. And also be in the same line of work as that particular brother, sister, Father, mother or whatever, because you might get a break. You might get somebody to look at your work. And people resent you for that. But after a while, if you're no good, you're not going to stick around. You're not going to find work. You're basically going to be Oh, that's right. He's so and so's brother and for the longest time That happened in my next guest. He is Frank Stallone. His brother, of course, is Sylvester Stallone. Long before Sylvester Stallone hit it big with Rocky. His brother was a very accomplished musician actor. And also writing songs for other acts, including himself, for that matter. Well, somebody kind of figured out it might be an interesting tale to tell about a guy who's in the shadow of his brother that is still Making a lot of money. Writing a lot of songs acting in a lot of movies. Oh, and by the way, he's also a pretty good boxer. So this documentary came out last week. It's about 80 minutes. I watched it on Monday, Monday night this week. The documentaries Stallone Frank, that is its name. The name of the documentaries alone, Frank, that is And there's there really some great testimonials as to his talent and what he conducive by some very prominent feet, people not only his brother, but Arnold Schwarzenegger, Billy Dee Williams. Tell you Shire, Danny Aiello, Burt Young, Frankie Avalon, Richie Sambora, John Oates. Even Geraldo Rivera. And it's out right now. It Z kind of campy, but it tells the story of what might happen. If you've got that kind of talent, and you've got a major roadblock in front of you, here's a little bit The movie trailer from Stallone. Frank, that is, please welcome. Frank.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"You mind sent me a letter. What happen to him on the tennis court. He Love to play tennis placed in this almost every day. Friend is white. He's from South Africa. But the people he plays tennis with primarily or black. And he said they never ever talk about politics until recently. After Donald Trump Lost or the Then this guy assume Donald Trump lost. And said he was so happy that Donald Trump lost in my friends. That's why He's a racist. Friends at the races against black people. I guess everybody knows that. My friend is sharp. Listens to my show, so by definition is sharp. Start rounding off point after point after point after point after point You know that Donald Trump presided over the best economy ever for blacks lowest unemployment rate ever. Well, it's nothing to do with Donald Trump. You know, Donald Trump put the funding off of Like colleges on a permanent basis for the next 10 years. No one's ever done that before. Well, it's just Under You know he supports choice. K through 12. You know what the quality of education here is in California? Only 15% of black kids can read at ST Proficiently Proficiency levels. Is that okay with you? Guy says no. He says, Well, Studies have shown that Programs that are Giving money to the parents of that the money follows the student rather the other way the other way around is showing better results better Graduation rates. He said. They very It. Certainly we gotta change We're doing right now. Guy agreed with that. He said, how you feel about illegal immigration, taking away jobs that otherwise would be held by unskilled people. Friend. Did you ever see the movie called Carwash came out in the seventies goggles? Yeah. What was the race of the majority of people working at the car wash? He said Black. He said. Once last time you seen a black guy to car wash in L. A Said. Also, the presence of illegal alien workers puts Downward pressure on their wages. If you know that you could get somebody to do something else you can Working much harder. Ghostly eyes. I see that He said. You know who Jack Johnson isn't? Of course I do. He said Donald Trump pardoned him. Long effort. People like Ken Burns and The actor Sylvester Stallone for 15 years, try to get a pardon for Jack Johnson, who was convicted and did time for violating the Mann Act..
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"You ever seen the movie cliffhanger was Sylvester Stallone? It had the usual acting. You might expect from a Stallone action flick but was really striking in that movie was the opening scene. It was very intense. Stallone's character was helping a female climber as she was sliding across the rope from one cliff to another cliff when her harness came unbuckled As she fell out of the hardest alone, slit across the rope and grabbed her hand. We have all seen that I got you move on So many movies. It's cliche at best, except for in this movie Instead of rescuing the girl, there's a prolong sequence where hand begins to slip out of Stallone's grip finger by finger the whole time. She is screaming. I don't want to die. The backdrop behind her looks to be over a mile down to the Valley floor. The audience is waiting for him to grab her with his other hand, or somehow save the day, But the movie catches you off guard. Unlike the typical Hollywood hero saves the day plot, her hand slips all the way out. She falls while maintaining eye contact with Stallone. Her horrifying screams and the look on her face as she falls is a traumatic scene, and it's hard to forget. We're no actors, but we do save people from falling. Unlike Stallone, nobody has ever slipped out of our hands. Not a single one of our clients has ever had their retirement fall off a cliff, and not one of them has ever lost a penny due to stock market losses. We bet some of you wish your retirement wasn't at risk of being dropped off a cliff at all. For that reason alone, now would be a good time to call. How about a guarantee of a bonus on your money of up to 8%? How about a guarantee of your income account value growing at up to 7% for the purpose of receiving a guaranteed lifetime income? How about a guarantee that your principal and returns will never decrease? Do the market losses If you'd like to learn call for your complimentary copy of our safe money, book and safe information kit at 8447957233 again. Our number is 844795 safe. There are no stock market cliffs with our income pending. So what have you got to lose? We know some people are afraid of heights, and some are not. Regardless. What we can get into you is that everyone is afraid of heights. If they're falling without a parachute, we think the same is true when it comes to people's retirement and risk. Some people are afraid of risk and some people are not so they say. But everyone is afraid When the market crashes, we have seen clients with the same look on their faces as the actress falling in the movie. They're not usually screaming, but sometimes they're crying. They are always looking at us with eyes that say, Save me. We save our clients from a lot of things. Sometimes we save them from having all their money exposed to risk. Sometimes we save them from high fees that are eating up all the returns. Other times. We're saving them from having no plan or a bad plan that a broker is put together with no consideration for guaranteed lifetime income and protection of principle. It doesn't matter if our client is screaming, crying or looking like they're about to pass out when the bottom drops. At that time, everyone goes into a state of despair. We can save our clients even while they're falling, But what we have really like to do is.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Did you ever see the movie cliffhanger with Sylvester Stallone? I don't really remember much about the story line, but I do remember the opening scene. Stallone's character was helping the female climber. She was sliding across a rope from one cliff to another cliff when the buckle on her harness broke, and she's starting to fall out of the harness. Stallone slides across the rope tow where she is and grabs her hand. And you think? Oh, good. He's saved her. He's a hero. But actually, what happened was the grip he had wasn't very strong and she struggles to reach up to grab his other hand. Her hand slides out of the glove that she has clasped in in Stallone's hand, and she starts to slide and And there's this look of extreme terror on her face and her eyes lock into his and she's screaming, Please, I don't want to die. I don't want to die. But what happens is her hand does slide out of the glove and she starts to fall. And of course, everybody knows the minute that happens. There's there's no help. There's no hope for her. And as she starts to fall, she's still screaming. I don't want to die. But you cut away in the bodies falling thousands and thousands of feet and and you know, it's all over pretty intense scene. I remember that. Well. I'm not an actor, and I'm not a mountain climber. But I do save people from falling. Unlike Stallone, nobody has ever slipped out of my hands, not a single one of my clients has ever had the retirement fall off of a cliff. And not one of them has ever lost a penny due to stock market losses. I bet some of you wish your retirement wasn't at risk of being dropped off a cliff. And for that reason alone now would be a really good time to give me a call..
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Have you ever seen the movie cliffhanger with Sylvester Stallone? I was just watching that movie the other night. It had the usual acting you might expect from a Stallone action flick. But what really struck me was the opening scene. I've forgotten how intense it was. The loans character was helping a female climber. I can't remember the name of the actress been anyway. She was sliding across the road from one cliff to another cliff. When her harness came unbuckled as she fell out of the harness, Stallone slid across the rope and grabbed her hand. We have all seen that I got you move in So many movies. It's cliche at best, except for in this movie Instead of rescuing the girl, there's a prolonged sequence where hand begins to slip out of Stallone's grip finger by finger. The whole time. She is screaming. I don't want to die. The backdrop behind her looks to be over a mile down to the valley floor. If you haven't seen the movie before you're sitting there waiting for him to grab her hand with his other hand, or somehow saved the day, But this movie catches you off guard. Unlike the typical Hollywood happy, ending her hand slips all the way out. She follows war maintain eye contact with Stallone. Horrifying screen and the look on her face as she falls really got my blood pressure going. No, I'm no actor, But I do say people from falling on light. Stallone, Nobody has ever slipped out of my hands. Not a single one of my clients has ever had their retirement fall off a cliff, and not one of them has ever lost a penny didn't stock market losses. Now I bet some of you was your retirement wasn't at risk of being dropped off a cliff. It all for that reason alone now would be a good time to call. How about a guarantee of a bonus on your money of up to 6% of war? How about a guarantee of your income account value growing at up to 6% for the purpose of receiving guaranteed lifetime income, and how about a guarantee that the principal and the returns will never decrease due to market losses? If you like to learn more call for my free, safe money book and a safe money Information kit at 844306 safe. Again. My number is 8443067233. There are no stock market cliffs with my in complaining. So what have you got to lose? No, Some people are afraid of heights and some or not, Regardless, what I can guarantee you is that everyone is afraid of heights. If they're falling without a parachute. I think the same is true when it comes to people's retirement and risk. Some people are afraid of risk and some people are not so they say. But everyone is afraid when the market crashes I've seen clients with the same look on their faces as the actress falling in the movie. They're not usually screaming, but sometimes they are crying. They're always looking at me with eyes that say, Save me. Saved my clients from lots of things. Sometimes I saved them from having all the money exposed to risk. Sometimes they save them from high fees. They're eating up their returns. Other times. I'm saving them from having no plan or a bad plan that a broker's put together with no consideration for guaranteed lifetime income and protection of principle. It doesn't matter if my client is screaming, crying or looking like they're about to pass out when the bottom drops. At that time, everyone goes into a state of despair. Could save my clients even while they're falling, But what I really wish is that they would call me.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Have you ever seen the movie cliffhanger? Will Sylvester Stallone as watching that the other day and I had the usual acting you'd expect from Stallone in an action flick, but this movie really struck me in the opening scene. I'd forgotten how intense Hawass Stallone's character was helping a female climber. I can't remember what the name of her was. But anyway, she was sliding across the rope from one Clift, another cliff when her harness became unbuckled. As she fell out of the harness, still long slit across the rope and grabbed her hand. We've all seen that I got you moved in So many movies. It's cliche a best except for in this movie. Instead of risking the girl there's a pro long sequence or hand begins to slip out of Stallone's grip finger by finger. The whole time. She is screaming. I don't want to die. The backdrop behind her looks like it's over a mile down to the valley floor. If you haven't seen the movie before you're sitting there waiting for him to grab her hand with his other hand and somehow save the day, But this movie catches you off guard. Unlike the typical Hollywood happy, ending her hand slips all the way out. She falls while maintaining eye contact with Stallone. Her horrifying scream in the look on her face. Really got my blood pressure going. I'm no actor, but I do save people from falling. Unlike Stallone, nobody has ever slipped out of my hands, not a single one of my clients has a retirement ever fall off a cliff, and not one has ever lost a penny due to stock market losses. I bet some of you wish your retirement wasn't at risk of falling off of the cliff at all. For that reason alone, now would be a good time to call. How about a guaranteed bonus of 7% or more? How about a guarantee of income account by the growth of 7% for the purpose of receiving guaranteed income for the rest of.
"sylvester stallone" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"14 93 Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, sailing near the Dominican Republic sees three mermaids, which in reality were actually manatees and described them as not half as beautiful as they are painted this'll weekend 18 38 Samuel Morse's telegraph system is demonstrated for the first time at the speed, well ironed. Works in Morristown, New Jersey Telegraph A device, which used electric impulses to transmit encoded messages over a wire would eventually revolutionize long distance communication, reaching its height of popularity in the 19 twenties and thirties, jumping ahead this week in 1975 Wheel of Fortune, the longest running syndicated game show in American television for Miers on NBC, created by television legend Merv Griffin and hosted since the early eighties by Pat Sajak and Vanna White. Well, is one of the most popular television shows in the world. Griffin, who had already created another iconic game show, Jeopardy, conceived well as a combination between hangman and roulette. On this week in 1976 Rocky, which was written by its star Sylvester Stallone began filming shot in 28 days on a $1 million budget. Rocky divided critics between raves and pans. But it became the sleeper hit of the year, making Stallone who got 10% of the gross Rich man and a bonafide star. It was the first feature length movie to employ the Steadicam, which was used primarily in fight scenes and the scenes of rocky running in Philadelphia. During his training, I'm better what happened? Thanks for listening to this week in history on my heart.
Sylvester Stallone Joins ‘The Suicide Squad,’ Director James Gunn Confirms
"It. Looks like they don't want this to come out stallone posted about it but they taken it down but it looks like dude. It looks like there's some weight behind this stallone could be james gunn suicide squad. We know that james that semester stallone was in guardians of the galaxy volume two. We know that these guys have a working relationship. This make sense
Sylvester Stallone says he will release a director's cut of 'Rocky IV' to celebrate the film's 35th anniversary
"Stallone is gearing up for the upcoming anniversary of Rocky Four. The actor announced yesterday that he's currently working on a director's cut of the film to celebrate the classics 35th anniversary on November. 27th didn't offer any more details, but the teas was enough to get rocky four trending on social media.
Dutch Blade Runner star Rutger Hauer dies at 75
"He made a career out of playing bad guys in the movies Dutch actor Rutger Hauer Rutger Hauer died Rutger Hauer is probably best known for playing a rogue replicant in nineteen eighty two's Blade Runner telling us he was really proud of that role you know I'm really happy the way it turned out in the way people carry me around you know for like a lifetime the Dutch actor's Hollywood movie debut was in nineteen eighty one night hawks playing a terrorist bomber opposite Sylvester Stallone and Billy Dee Williams with over a hundred and seventy credits to his name how're had five projects in the works when he died but how're was seventy
CDC: Stop washing your raw chicken
"CDC tells consumers to stop washing their raw chicken. Really have to ficials once again warned consumers about the dangers of washing raw chicken before cooking. It citing the risk of spreading harmful bacteria to utensils or other foods. I find that some of the rules that my mom. Passed to me when I was a kid air all bunch of b s. Shing washing chicken just doing that for you. Here's the thing. Yeah. Chicken washer, Molly. I am too. But here's the deal Vinci washer, but I wash it in a contained area. And I don't I I make sure that everything nothing splashes in there's no contamination. Some people when you're washing your chicken, you just you're not paying attention. You're gonna pay attention when you wash your chicken here was a wives tale. Gail? Boyle told me when I was a kid. You can't eat raw cookie dough because it has exit and you'll end up with worms, and I like believe in natural. He's at your mom said that my mom. That's a straight outlying near kid, but you should have recognized that the moment cookie dough ice cream became a thing. True. I were when I saw Sylvester Stallone Throwdown six yolks in rocky. Tipped
Ohio State, Sylvester Stallone And Jared Allen discussed on Sean Hannity
"For the twenty twenty class is officially committed to the Ohio State buckeyes four-star white out g Scott junior posted a commitment video on social media, featuring rocky actor Sylvester Stallone committing that. He will become the sixth member of Ohio state's twenty twenty class. I'm Jared Allen, your ABC, six first warning weather in sixty seconds. Message and data rates may apply. Individual results may vary. See website for details.
Multistate listeria outbreak prompts recall of Vietnamese pork rolls
"Listeria outbreak in several states has been traced back to Houston. Manufacturers. Vietnamese ready to eat pork products, the US center for disease control says that long Fung products here in Houston is recalling food items that were shipped nationwide as of last Tuesday at least four people have been hospitalized after eating long funds and Toby marinated, pork Patty roles, if you have any of those pork products dispose of them and disinfect refrigerator or freezer space, if the has been touched by any of those food products Cal fire says the camp fire now one hundred percent contained another body found in the wildfire aftermath bringing the known death toll to eighty five at one hundred fifty three thousand. Acres. The campfire is the most destructive in California history. It burned down thirteen thousand residences five hundred and fourteen commercial buildings in forty two hundred buildings of other kinds at ten o'clock today. Houston police chief art Escobedo and other members of HP D will announce the kickoff of the police departments thirty third annual Kameda food drive to feed those in need during the holiday season. The police department. The Houston city police academy alumni association, fiesta mart and Pepsi will. Again, join together to sponsor that Dr. KTAR news time one oh three. The CIA is conclude that Saudi Arabian crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman did order the killing of Saudi journalists Jamal kashogi, Tuesday, President Trump challenge, the is conclusion and continued to support the crown prince Republican Senator Ben Sassi has weighed in on the situation making a realist cases at different thing that being so weak that we failed to tell the truth and the S at murdered something contributed to murdering somebody abroad, and it is not strength to sort of mumble pass that strength is telling the truth, even when it's hard and that report from ABC news. Ralph breaks the internet. This weekend's top film in the United States and Canada and fifty six million dollars coming in second was created to. Starring Sylvester Stallone, Michael Jordan and dolph Lundgren and rounding it out where Dr Seuss's grant, fantastic beasts and bohemian rhapsody news on demand at Kate. Tear each dot com. Our next update at one thirty breaking information as it happens. John Wesley Downey NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Venus your style
'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV'
"Director Steven cable junior to talk about the sequel to Ryan Koukoulas twenty fifteen installment in the rocky franchise creed to is about Donna's creed. Now a championship boxer and his mental rocky Balboa, but it's also about Rockies nemesis from rocky four Ivan Drago and Ivan son, Victor, it's a movie about fathers and sons legacy. And what happens when you're no longer the underdog. I talked to cable junior about what he learned from Sylvester Stallone how to rebuild the drug with storyline and making his own way in a complicated. Franchise. Your Stephen cable junior. I'm joined today by Stephen capable junior. Steven thanks for coming in. Thanks for having me, man. Stephen you directed creed to how did this happen for you a question. No, we I was writing my own script in. I was working on TV show called Greenwich. When I got the call. You know, what I mean, I I did not have greed to went on on a slate or anything like that it just kind of came out of nowhere. And how it happened was a guest MGM has saw my feature film the land in Ryan coup has suggested that a look into because he was don't buy Panthera time and got a call. These guys are spotted sly has oughta peace Michael Jordan has everybody felt comfortable and good about it and didn't necessarily have to pitch myself interesting. So you don't have to come in and say, here's my vigil. I definitely did say here's a vision. I have because I got the script Innis from sly in sly had wrote a draft that had a basic foundation of everything, but he felt like. He wanted to dive deeper into Donald his life, and he wanted to Tesla's, and then we're still playing with the draw goes. And so when I got the script it was like, our has some ideas, you know, when I pitched it to them, they're like while the these work, and it's the stuff that you'll see a lot in a film when I'll spoiling it because I don't know when this comes out doors, we won't be so. Yeah. But so tell me a little bit about your relationship to the rocky franchise where you were you all in as a kid, or is it something that was sort of new to get started doing? No, not at all. I don't know who has not seen entire rocky franchises. Like once in a while here. Somebody says they haven't and I'm might complete shock like you haven't seen rocky. What I was a kid as a kid. I I guess I'm considering young. But I saw the first one I saw was rocky five. Oh, wow. That was the first one thousand first one I saw that's not a great place to start. Everyone keeps the today. Right. Everybody keeps saying that in. And again, I I understand why I guess as a filmmaker. And you know, being who I am now where I'm at. But when you're like six years old watching like rocky five and you see Tommy gun in boxing and people industries. That thing was cool. I mean, it was just cool to me then when I went back backwards. So now start to go to first one then second now that stuff and then when I did I played sports. I was basketball player. So obviously sex is huge sports connection growing up. So throwing my teenage years. It was just about like motivation. I love to underdog story, but around seventeen eighteen, you know, nineteen starting to go to college starting to look into film taken more seriously. That's when I started appreciate a four. What it is. Are you thought sly and what they rocky one which is my favorite one was fascinating man thought it was bowl. They try some really cool things in there. And I was like, wow, you know, a flawed character. Who's not like put here pushback super suave? He stuttering he's doing this. He felt human, you know, and I'm like, oh, that's why I felt so connected to this character, you know. So I thought that was really cool you had this unusual burden with this movie where you have the legacy of the rocky franchise, and then you also have the burden of creed.
Sylvester Stallone Won’t Face Charges Over Sexual Assault Accusation
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