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"tom hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"News this hour from Tom Hall. But come on Keith Peters president find announces the collaboration between the two pharmaceutical companies to accelerate production of a single shot new vaccine to the largest healthcare and pharmaceutical companies in the world. What are usually competitors are working together on the vaccine. Johnson and Johnson and Merck will work together to expand the production of Johnson and Johnson's vaccine. The announcement comes as the White House looks to speed the production of the single dose Jan J vaccine and accelerate the nation's plans to reach herd immunity in the U. S and begin restoring normalcy after the pandemic. Bad accident in California's Coachella Valley today is a semi truck carrying revel slammed into an SUV carrying some 25 people. California Highway Patrol Commander Omar Watson said the Ford expedition that was struck by the tractor trailer was dangerously overcrowded. Obviously, that big was not meant for that many people Um It's unfortunate that the number of people were were put into that vehicle because there's not enough safety restraints to safely keep those people within the vehicle there numerous people that were ejected onto the roadway as a result of this collision. Authorities are working with the Mexican consulate to identify the victims. Debate continues in the Senate over President Binds almost $2 Trillion relief package. Virginia Senator Tim Kaine says president Bind held a phone call the rally Democratic senators over the virus relief package that you could predict the top line You know, this is really important Democrats did together. Let's get this done for the American public, while Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell says the Democrats virus relief plan.
"tom hall" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Breaking news this hour from Tom Hall. But Tom I'm Keith Peters at the White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing coordinator, Dr Deborah Burkes says many seemingly healthy people are infecting others with covert 19, which makes social distancing and mask wearing. Even Maura essential asked people to wear masks when, among others, but sometimes when we go indoors, and we're with friends and family We just assumed that if you look okay, you are okay. And now we know that over 50% of the individuals, particularly among those under 35. Many could be infected and on knowingly spreading the virus. Meanwhile, California Governor Gavin Newsom is imposing an overnight curfew as the most popular state tries to head off a surgeon. It's coronavirus cases. On Thursday, Newsome announced the limited stay at home order and 41 counties that account for nearly the entire state population of just under 40 million people starting Saturday, all non essential work movement and gatherings must cease between 10 P.m. and 5 A.m.. House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy says Republicans will push to pass a covert relief bill before the next Congress. Congressman McCarthy of California tells supporters his caucus is bringing the covert bill to the floor soon by calling every member in this chamber especially the Democrat moderates, who complained about Nancy Pelosi's failure and delivering a covert deal to sign Jamie Herrera. Butler's paycheck protection program. Discharge petition. Minority Leader says over $100 million is already appropriated for this petition And what would release them, he says 23 Democrats signed a letter asking for the funds to be released in September. REPETITION could be signed this week for any minute in Washington, President Trump's lawyers held a news conference today alleging massive voter fraud across several states. It comes as a top Georgia elections official says a hand tally of the presidential race in Georgia is complete, and the results of firm Democrat Joe Biden's lead over Republican President Trump On Wall Street that out by 44 points more on these stories at town hall dot com. Tell me why really factories so successful in lowering or eliminating pain? I'm often asked that question Beatings Have Talbot, the father and son, founders.
"tom hall" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"O'clock. Breaking news this hour from Tom Hall. Calm I'm gave leaders President Trump says he's preparing to take executive Action of Congress can't agree on the next Cove in 19 relief package. White House correspondent Greg Clugston reports. The president blamed Democratic leaders on Capitol Hill for the lack of progress in relief bill negotiations. Tragically, Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer continue. You insist on radical left wing policies If no agreement is reached, the president said he'll sign executive orders that differ payroll taxes and extend enhance jobless benefits to the end of the year. His actions would also extend a moratorium on evictions and indefinitely differ. Student loan payments and interest. Greg Clugston. Washington Jerry Falwell Jr takes a leave of absence from Liberty University due to a photograph posted on social media, which has drawn criticism for its immodesty earlier in the week, Falwell said in a radio interview. The woman was his wife's assistant, and the photo was taken during a costume party while on vacation. Liberty University, one of the leading evangelical universities in the nation, was founded by Falwell's father, the late Jerry Falwell in 1971 correspondent Mike Gracia reporting no reason was given for the leave, though the announced Came after Falwell apologized for posting the photo on social media that critics said was distasteful. President Donald Trump has spoken about the explosion in Beirut during calls with Lebanese President Michael Kuhn and French President Emmanuel Macron. Mr Trump said Friday that he told Moon that three large aircraft filled with medical supplies, food and.
"tom hall" Discussed on Monocle 24: Section D
"To concept artists. We have people from the games industry who are creating matte paintings. They've come from film whether creating architectures Israeli about cracking a a film set really for people's lives and so we use the same tools and then we don't really refer to them as renderings or visualizations. We we call them all pieces of artwork and there's a significant difference because like I said earlier. We're not showing people what the building might be like. We're telling stories so to our such. A Realistic Artwork tells the same story that hand schedule. But it's more realistic. We can talk about materiality talk about joints and textures within the building itself but with the life within it we tell very powerful story so for example when I draw and if you watched one of my drawings that's recorded I find myself always drawing people first and then. The building comes at the very end more often than not it just happens that way and we produce are photo realistic artwork in exactly the same way we sketch out the story with sketches. storyboards out like it was a film Tom. We take an instance within that film scene. We find out who the protagonist is within the film so the cyclist has to be there for a reason and then we tell tell those stories and then the building comes in after we create a reality where the building is not the protagonist. It's the people and then we start to get it right. We around the world photographing the place. Research Craft people who actually live there right now and we'll live there in the future so they really really belong in that place you you know. They've got the right color of sunlight on their shoulders. They've lived there and they belonged there so therefore they should belong there within the future. We're trying to create if we can't get the people right. We have actors we ourselves. We play out what the sketches might be. We like to think of the photo realism as is kind of a Full of time travel we only produce it is rarely going to be exactly what the building's going to look like but allows us to travel forward in time with our clients to a point of reality where we can together think about future far beyond it it becomes super powerful in that sense. Your friend is absolutely right. Does a huge amount of mistakes to be made constantly learning. I'm picking out brought. Banks occurred rendering. If you like what makes a bad one. The common mistakes we find. Is that people in. Those renderings are absolutely static often. They're on their own. They don't belong to the place. They look bored. They'll look isolated so you can fill a rendering thousand people but when and the human brain and the human heart engages with that two dimensional image of something that doesn't exist. He feels super lonely. Because is all the people are on their own thousand people not talking to one another. So that's where the element of storytelling comes in. We make sure that people are never alone and if they are they're alone alone for a reason we make sure this movement in the space and people are not just static because it tells your brain. There's something seriously wrong. If cars and people are not moving people CLA frightened or people have deserted the cars on the road so even the idea of movement within the image itself tells the story. It tells you which direction people are moving. It tells you a story about the architecture itself and you know circulation and movement through the space. We're obsessed with that level of detail. We're obsessed with the psychology of the artwork recreate because in effect. We're looking at things that You and I may not really spot. But our brain knows it's there and so we're now clients clients. Say something for three seconds. They're either GONNA love it or hate it not just aesthetically. Not just because of the architecture that reproposing but because because something in life doesn't feel right or it feels absolutely right and makes them feel warm it makes them feel loved inside produce interiors. We never put any people in interest interests because who wants to walk into an apartment and see a stranger standing at the end of your living room or in the bathroom. You WanNa step away and walk away from it but in fact we want I want you to kind of go in mentally and fall in love with the place and live in it. We're quite lucky at you. There's an element of real strong thoughtfulness and research. That goes into what we you might even call it an art. Might I think it is. Everyone in my team is almost twenty of us. Some rockets some like I said concept artists and gamers interior designers landscape architects industrial designers. But we're all artists and it's really important that we don't call each other visualizes in which is often a process that comes at the end of the design where the architects feel like. They're ready to just visualization. We don't really do that now. Our team has a unglamorous name design communications because we communicate design throughout the whole life of the projects and then we design the communication itself itself in all the ways I've just described and that's super valuable decline because we can say I'm going to be hottest I'm GonNa show you what the building's going to be like I'm going to describe complexities through sketches and diagrams. I'm going to tell stories throughout the whole life of your project. Not just at the end when it comes to marketing and the big surprise Indus Agoo speaking there to the show's very producer Tom Hall. You'RE LISTENING TO MONACO ON DESIGN AND WE'LL be talking Danish design just after this tour of ski is proud to partner. 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"tom hall" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"Jewish neighborhoods in the city after multiple cases of anti semitic assault this week during the Hanukkah holiday as New York city's mayor met with Jewish leaders in crown heights detectives were arresting a woman on hate crime charges for slapping three female victims in the face and head during the interrogation she made statements that she commit this crime because she thought that they were they were Jewish chief of detectives Rodney Harrison says it's not an isolated case we've noticed eight eight crimes that are alarming to us Monday a man wearing a yarmulke was attacked and kicked in Manhattan and two boys were accosted by a group of attackers in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn I'm Jackie Quinn will democratic congresswoman Alexandria across the Cortez run for the White House Monday the freshman Democrat has been appearing alongside senator Bernie Sanders a campaign events fueling speculation the appearances double for cementing our own claim on Sanders millennial base combine they've drawn larger crowds in their Democrat rivals forever it's also coincided with a resurgence in tatters poll numbers that's all set back after his recent heart attack whatever comes of Sanders twenty twenty bed there's growing speculation that the green new deal author is the heir apparent of center support and likely to make her own run for the White House one day buying the reporting a close adviser to Boeing's ousted CEO will also leave the comp Mike looting was Boeing's general counsel from two thousand six until the spring shortly after the crash of a second Boeing seven thirty seven Max he was assigned to head the company's legal strategy and to advise the board looting is the latest executive to leave the beleaguered company after the plane crash as C. E. O. Dennis Mollen Berg was pushed out this week Kevin McCallister the head of Boeing's commercial airplanes was forced out in October and to loose the senior vice president communications will leave at the end of the year score spotted Bernie vetted reporting this is Tom hall dot com.
Spider-Man Is Out of the MCU and Movies Are in a State of IP Crisis.
"Yesterday. There was some public negotiating going on between two movie corporations. One of them is disney and one of them is sony. Amanda can't even she's like. She can't even look at this going. I do unfortunately okay. We've talked about spiderman quite a few times. Actually on this show and spider man was was the political football of the movie industry yesterday because sony owns the rights to make spiderman spiderman movies marvel has been helping them do so and generating a small profit and working closely with kevin feige who oversees marvel studios and as the most successful producer probably only in the history of hollywood if we're being honest and it seems that didn't even wait. Let's pause on that for one second here. We go about it. Okay never had remiss he's going to have so many achievement awards named after him. It's truly well. That's if we still have movies by the time we get to his age of having achievement awards with his name on it you said and it and it seems the kevin foggy at least for now will not be involved in making spiderman movies normal marvel. It sounds like the <hes> tom holland. Version of spider man is going to a strictly sony product now in theory this is scary for fans of spiderman and there was literally a hashtag wakatsuki sony tony oh no trend yesterday people wanted to boycott sony because they could not come to an agreement on giving moral more money for the thing that they make that is a little bit confusing now. What will this mean. Practically it means that you probably won't see captain america in a movie with spider mingling if they don't come to an agreement i think those of us who are a little bit more more cynical and perhaps a little bit more savvy about this understand that they may actually come to an agreement here and at this impasse is public theater in an effort to show the world just how much they care about tom hall and being able to appear alongside. I don't know thor going forward the point here though is not whether or not we get to see spiderman in an avengers movie movie or whatever the point is. This is how movies get made. There was another bit of news. Yesterday i don't know if you saw this as well with that the matrix force coming from lana wachowski and by herself by herself. Lana has split creatively from lily which hausky her sister and is it amicable. I we don't know the the details of that. We know that this is important to me looking to me. If i'm gonna tell him not and i'm just like you just told me to grow up. I know this is life little torp welcome to what it's like to be on the spot and that is the question ideas services or whatever or american movies a bad dream right now is kind of a reasonable question to ask in the face of this because it now feels like we we got what we paid for. We rewarded everybody by going. All the superhero movies going all of the franchise blockbusters. Those are the things that drive the industry in a meaningful way. We have this conversation precision routinely on the show and i couldn't help but look at those two pieces of information which i think hit within twenty minutes of one another and couldn't help but feel a little little bit of a an existential chaos around what we're doing this for and that's not to say that i don't like those movies. I actually liked the idea of but that's another underneath movie. That's that's. I know it's not the point so how do you how do you both respond to these paired pieces of information. I told you so. I mean welcome to chaos it subsides after awhile. Can you get used to the natural order of things and you're just like well. I will go see tom holland spiderman and at least he's adorable and you find the things you like. I guess
"tom hall" Discussed on Gilbert Gottfried's Amazing Colossal Podcast
"Goldberg. Bruce stern make Gareth's leads. Welcome visitors show, the men were spun to both per unleashing Schalke on video unsuspecting world and a main who recently received thousands of congratulatory messages from people who thought he was playing the new spider, man. Genuine master of ARA, Tom Holland. Thank you Gilbert. Thank you. Thank you. Very welcome, Tom, and I can tell you before I left the house. This is true. I said something well, I'm going to be interviewing Tom Holland today, and my nine year old son max guide very excited. And then I said, no, no, he's not spider, man. And then he was basically like death. Fuck him. Never been able to use my real name. There's always been somebody else who had it. I. Terrible that you really get messages from people. It was they were tongue in cheek right people knew you weren't blaming spies. Somebody took took Spiderman and Photoshop my head. Later man went viral screen. No. And I think at that point. I was seventy years old. So it was like oh my God. They're gonna roll man playing spider, man. I didn't even know there was a there was a young actor named Tom hall ago. And we're both very thrilled to hear that. You're a fan of the podcast. Oh, I am. I am. Well, I started. I caught you Gilbert. I don't know when I did Langa Leers the miniseries Stephen King mini series. And I I was casting. And I looked at balcony I looked at above Ronson pinch show. Yes, Brunson pinch show, and I was looking at him and in Beverly Hills cop, and I don't know how. But I came across your scene with with with the Eddie Murphy. And you were I don't maybe I'm wrong, but you will. Improvising. And it was so alive and Eddie Murphy. He looked like he was trying to catch up. And you popped. I'm India popped out as as a character actor and estate in my head. And and so, you know, so when this came up I thought oh my goodness. I know the name and I thought about it. And then I remembered you you were just terrific all shift used to be a character actor, I don't know why you're doing this. Why are you doing this? Well, he's done a lot of character work and films. I think of mainly as I think if you Gilbert now, mainly voice artists, but you know, yet, but you can act. Thank you know. No, no, really. It's very very hard to do improv on film, and you know, and and hold it together in the go here and manner, the cut a scene, you know, in two minutes, or whatever did you Nettie improvise that entire scene? Yeah. Just there was nothing on the page. There was something like I've got these traffic tickets. And I say they some way we can avoid this blessedness. I see. And then we started doing it different each time. If you if you've got somebody who's who's who's who can improvise the groundlings, you know, whatever the if you give them the basic situation, and then you let them go. But you give them a time limit. And if if you can you set up an objective, you know, something they have to do in the scene like Gilbert has to. Unesco. Bribe the cop and get out of the traffic ticket. And then then, you know in the cop has has passed to say, no or whatever, but you give them opposing conflicting, you know goals. And then you step back and let them go. And you you get what you get is. You get a kind of freshness. The comes out of the moment that you don't get with with scripted material and pops on the screen, especially if it's surrounded by scripted material. And that's what I saw in that scene in Beverly Hills cop three two, okay, two. Okay. But I was looking at Brunson ten show and Bronson Bronson is Bronson can do that too. But he hasn't got your comedic turn. Particularly how nice when a guest comes in flatters you. Yeah. I just want you to talk about me. How did you? How did you start because somewhere? When I of course, I looked up Wicca PD or whatever the you started just walking in blind at fifteen and doing stand. Yeah..
"tom hall" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Daily
"That's a different question. And you know, the conservative government choose to go in a very specific route. It's obviously clear that you know the EU budgetary contributions were not the cause of territory. It was a sovereign national decision by the government at the time, but still people seem to make these these connections, and this is exactly what active campaigning you know might exploit. I've lived in the UK since two thousand eight. So I've gone through this process. And an observed how you pay is has been evolving. Which strikes me as being very much at odds is that you can have this political party in the UK being extremely dominant in the public sphere. Because you know, in the European elections, they were the biggest political UK political force in the European parliament. So that was obviously a demand for the policies that you Kip sort of represented. But it was not necessarily met by the domestic political system. You know, you never had a member of parliament that won election outright. You know, the one member was effective from the conservatives. So you know there's a question to be had about the extent to which political system is elastic and sort of incorporating views of voters that feel disenfranchised. And because of the first boss to post, don't end up getting a representation at the national level come to feeding tudent political decisions at the national level. So here you had a political party that could thrive. Live on the fringes without actually ever having to deliver any policies that they are advocating. And I think this is a bit dangerous and it's very specific through the UK's political system. So endure me, we have the same thing with the AFDC entering various parliaments, but I'm I'm optimistic that everywhere where I would say that the AFDC gonna assume political responsibility in some parts in some parts of Germany. Some state parliaments end, you know, they're going to be called out by not being able to work miracles and you know, voters will respond to this in react to this. But this process doesn't happen or didn't happen in the context of the UK because of the structure of the political system about Tim effet, sir, has from the university of Warwick speaking earlier to monocle Tom hall with me in the studio listening to that was the political journalist and over Terry staff. Nee. This theory that he's advancing that it's the years of spending cuts and a sturdy measures introduced by the British government since twenty ten the drove otas to you Cape and ultimately influenced the outcome of the referendum d think that's plausible is it? Is it slightly too neat? An explanation? I think it's possibly a part of the explanation. I mean, this is obviously a very in-depth study and and the economist is looked at it in a lot of detail. I think partly because it looks at it through the lens of economics. It misses out a few things. I think one of them is, I think there's a question of whether it was austerity or the recession and the global financial crisis that came before the Estero thirty that actually left some of these communities feeling. So sort of disempowered if you like, I mean, we wouldn't have had the austerity if we'd not had a massive. Global financial crash a couple of years previously. So it's kind of quite hard to take that out of the equation. And obviously, a big financial crisis led that is going to have a big effect on places that don't do so well, as of partly out of a global economy places where people are already struggling because they don't have access to the same levels of education and levels of high-quality employment and so on. I think you know as the team offense, it was arguing that's only after twenty ten that we see. You Kip start to rise, and that's when stereotype comes in the conservative government comes in. I think one of the other big questions here is about the role of political leadership because I think if you you would expect that people worrying about the welfare payments being cut and so forth, might lead people to turn back to the labor party a party that after all said, we want to keep these benefits going. There posed. These kind of cuts that didn't happen. And I think that's probably partly because labor had been the incumbent party for the last thirteen years..
"tom hall" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"That character in whatever you're doing and yeah i'm embarrassed i don't like the idea of tom hall and i want to a person in his thirties a man in his thirties you can still do three films with a man in his thirty so and tom looks like he's eighteen he looks like he's eighteen in so skinny and so i want something a little better little meteor nathan's a bit too long in the tooth to play i think at this point to start a franchise with character obviously that's why you can't somebody's youngest tom holland is so that you can have a franchise that lives for years and years years same reason why you have a young star like we have a candor and tomb raider where you can i if that movie did well movie continues to well overseas what had you you're gonna get more sequel so then you have somebody that has established as that franchise but there's a very interesting trend right now where you see a movie that does premier online and i think that the online success of the power rangers fan film certainly lent credence to the prospect of us making a big budget one how is this one because you saw the power and did so how is how is uncharted just this shameless ego stroke where the power rangers one was like a worthy endeavor because this this uncharted one was just them having fun and adapting the game and doing that thing the power rangers want wet dark and went deeper and grittier and more scarier and the actual stuff could happen we we'd repulsive if she was really going to do the things she was doing talk about killing rangers and all that kind of jazz i loved that the completely changed this kids thing that they did with the original power rangers they'd be all that kind of stuff it made it real all their martial arts outlook stuff it was it was awesome it was so much more darker in may it was dark the question you have to ask is do you make a fan film because that that movie felt it was really well done but it also felt like you're taking a property loved as the child and you're adapting it for a year sensibilities now as an adult that likes darker things but if you're going to release a power rangers movie you can't make it that you can't compare these two things that way because they're two totally completely different pieces where you know uncharted especially when you're in the position of wanting a film version for so many years and never getting it it was a it was a fan film that stayed true to what everybody was rooting for and you know maybe it comes across an eco stroke but based on everything i've read and seen that that's who that character is it was so appropriate and i think that's part of the reason why there's been so many people rooting for nathan fillion to take the role i will say that it does make sense that yeah he's a little older and when you jump into something like this might not be the smartest thing to cast someone like him in the role for that reason but then i go back to something like tomb raider and even though really excited about a leash candor getting that role do you if you're big fan of a game do you want one really good movie that lives up to all of your expectations and hopes and dreams for that adaptation or do you want the potential to make many movies at the expense of everything staying peer to what you love you want what the potential make many good movies with one good movie to start off with age appropriate and can do art versus money conversation so i'm not the one making any decision for the studios but if i had my choice i would want the one that stayed true to the source material this especially in this case perry made group points but look at this movie though it's all set one place in a building in a mansion oh you want to impress me go out in the woods and go out in in like timber shoot stuff where he's hanging off a bridge and swinging around how you're going to press fan film impressive though.
"tom hall" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David
"Nice to him sure that person is death and she asked him to prove himself by killing everyone and then when five read markus and mcfeely or whatever they're doing writer and and they said like we felt like that was too crazy to set up in one movie i go if we're at infinity war and we're deciding that things are too crazy to pull off i don't know what the point of this entire franchises i arguments for them to not use that as a potline but if that's the argument like we can't have a physical manifestation death it's like what what are we doing here we can't have that i just think they could not find emotional grounding for i think that's i think the grounding is that that's the only person who's ever been nice to him also have cape blanchet to it no i don't think that's good i think because then that's all happening like what i like is famous is entering insane to the audience like this is enough with this this is too much like i'm going to i'm going to equal the scales here i'm going to cut the chaff out i'm going to cut everything in half essentially right and ince's like no we like that and then when they all puff into smoke it's not that they're everyone knows they're not dead forever right but it's your sad like and the movies like you like them didn't feel sad couldn't feel less at the only one that had any motion impact on me was spidey just because tom hall and killed that great he's really fucking good actor yes i will say my biggest problem with the film is what you said comes in cuts everything in half including the story which is not a full story if feels like the movie is stalling for time it feels like this sort of everyone siphoned off into the small groups because of course you can't have everyone on set at the same time at the scheduling impossibility well it feels like you have a lot of groups just sort of waiting around going like okay thanos he's going to be getting here he comes in put up a fight you know they're gonna lose he doesn't kill them but they.
"tom hall" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"Get out was such a strong horror movie scary but also was very potent social commentary on good on jordan peele for for making a movie that probably he probably had to fight very hard you know actually what some of the baxter he did have to fight very hard to get that film made so horror i think we're entering an era where horror can speak to society i mean you know is that a film festival in cincinnati tom hall in the director of child's play said horror was is always be red headed stepchild of of you know more elite narrative feature film making but it's changing and and i think i know it's it's nice to be part of and you know my own small way in canada being part of a wave of films that doesn't necessarily want to be you know a jump scare fest that that is you know shallow and kills off people that no one really cared about to begin with but you're able to tell you know with integrity with with you know inspired by true events that can hopefully unearth some terrorists of the past some injustices of the past and bring them to light in two thousand eighteen but what's interesting is that this story as you mentioned is is is part of nova scotia's histories part of nova scotia's culture the story of the of the horrors of the ideal maternity home right before we started chatting we were just we were just right before we went on the air to do the talking before and you gave me a couple of more places to mention that this film screenings that it's really starting up is that's a pricing to you that this this story about nova scotia is is being picked up so many other places around the world it's crazy you know in my wildest dreams i i you know probably thought when that be nice just making it was a blur i mean we shot in fifteen days and that was that's an insane schedule but to see you know it's been screen on four continents we've.
"tom hall" Discussed on H3 Podcast
"It doesn't end well for the superheroes oh he's talking about don cheadle so not down no it looks bad on him too he's like he doesn't want i'm sorry i'm so sorry talked right over that this next one everybody does do not everybody it seems like they're doing a bit what oh my god what is wrong with him like how how the fuck but nobody took the series now i can't and you know what's funny i'm really trying hard remove myself from the knowledge of the movie and try to make the optical illusion i'm trying to see the old lady when i know that there's a young lady i'm trying to see the old one in the photograph i'm trying to figure out the bit and it does seem like a very genuine because they do that jokey say something wrong curb music playing all in thinking of right now is i mean like a he's right and be the genuine dude ism of mr cheadle is impossible to miss so good so i can't i can't get into sketch mode yet and villainy i went to see the fucking movie doesn't answer my favorite things ever again marvel doesn't end that well somebody always likes or gets really badly wait till you this next one everybody to do what is wrong with fetal wonderful actor he's not that good because that's that's a genuine like like oh stops it's like it's like when everyone does what's the what's spiderman tom hall and tom holland is as name the new the venom.
"tom hall" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Challenge tom hall i'm just so pleased i can't tell you after all the years i've been involved in the middle east between the declaration or the recognition of jerusalem as a capital of israel and this fine today i'm just like hallelujah hi fis and fistbump s right now yeah no you spent all these years serving your country one of the saddest things i was ever told in an interview came from you is that all the years that you had developed sources and backgrounds and methods when barack obama became president and correct me if i'm wrong and you're one of the founding members of the department of homeland security you were told to eliminate all of the intelligence that you had gathered is that true there is i have one chevy ought to that and that is that i have a constitutional right to go to congress and used my constitutional right now what i'm waiting for a friend is for the point in the development of the make america great again policy where i can actually go back and help restore some of the walls that were crashed down by the obama policy tanks like crashing tanks right through the house and put that information back in use again and help train the younger officers how to discern the nature of the threat how to put cases back together how do you think we can recover that intelligence that you spent years putting together.
"tom hall" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"They need do not even better let you open that that's not that this is some can i you all the money beat tickets idea that's the best gift i've ever gotten in my life i have cardi b tickets this is some off the chains opened that up taking over sampling doubt cardi was stripping there you go you got allow jason thank you to the party with where the cardi what are you trying to save on me with tequila champagne is last call tom hall popping now no jay do not do pop that now but christine tell us a little bit more information quickly about what you're going to be doing so i have a show it's on f s one it's going to start end of summer early fall when we usually do those shows and it will be me and i cannot tell you much more at this time guests on the show at any point that's the number one question and on your show absolutely haven't you always been a guest on this show haven't we are on your giving me massive party to leave in the heard and we're gonna miss you hear every day i'm gonna miss being here every day is the highlight of my day in the makeup of getting your hair speak for yourself i've had the best time on the show i'm gonna the best time during this tequila the big careful we've got to tickets and my i don't know of cardi b i've seen them on the draft.
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"Just saying the names bring sorrow anger confusion columbine sandy hook parkland high school these are just three of the more infamous episodes where somebody walked into an american school and started killing kids and teachers what's going on why is this happening what could be done to prevent the violence or at least mitigate the damage there is no single or simple solution but today we'll ask and answer whatever we cam the scourge of school shootings today i'm tom hall ohio this is townhall ohio home to interesting people engaging issues and enlightening stories townhall ohio is a production of the ohio farm bureau federation working to forge a partnership between farmers and consumers and supported by nationwide nationwide is on your side now here's townhall ohio host joe cornelie the first record i could find the school shooting incident was in seventeen sixty four in greencastle pennsylvania schoolmaster scenic brown and nine students died in their one room schoolhouse more than two hundred and fifty years later the horror continues in the past couple of years right here in ohio west liberty salem high school linden mckinley stem academy and madison junior senior high were the sites of school shootings and today we're going to talk about a broad range of topics centered on this disturbing trend our guests in the studio today kimberly nagel she is with safer schools ohio sergeant dean worthington with the columbus division of police dr brad bushman who is in psychology and communications at the ohio state university folks thanks for coming in i was telling brad before we turned on the mike this is a show that i don't wanna do we wish we didn't have to do it but i think it bears some attention before we get into the meat of things let's let's tell folks a little bit about who you are what you do kimberly safer schools ohio tell us about that group lease sarah safer schools ohio is the statewide school safety center we refer to it also as the center for p twentieth safety and security i'm how's that ohio homeland security and work collaboratively with the ohio departments of education and higher education as well.
"tom hall" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast
"But they are starting their own spider verse but because of the contract you can't have spiderman in it so it's going to be them they are making a venom movie they've already cast tom hearty as venom oh good they're talking about this venom movie with hardy being a comedy film with carnage is the bad guy off of the he's going to be an anti they did that in the comics for a while and then they're doing a movie called silver and black who k what's the doesn't physics i you let us elegant prom fame silver sable and black cat team up belkaid now we're giving those sinister six rumors from the meeting spiderman to i don't believe it but here's the thing with all these vitamin movie tom hall and can't be in any of them they're making a spiderman universe without spiderman so that could always be renegotiated right now that's where they are at but you know success breeds goodwill and so titfortat i could see it being worked out just apparently the people who replaced pascal aren't happy this deal was signed the way it was yeah i mean it could end up being like daredevil popping up in electra now it's like well he's kind of here but not really yeah it's hard to say where's my animated spider hand left the team up with our the duck we are getting it animated spiderman movie do know in 28 team so next year is a computer animated spiderman film being directed by the guy who did.
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"Pilot episode and next week we could get more into these interpersonal dynamics i again i'm not knock in the movie for this i think it's the best part but i wouldn't felt let down visit been tv show links because it has tv show aspiration i again i don't mind the tv show aspirations on the big screen it because it's going to be spiderman i don't even think the effects were that good in this film we didn't talk about it but during that montage at the beginning i thought spiderman moved very much like a playstation fourgame it didn't even look that photo real at times i either i stop noticing rigged up better but at times the graphics weren't big budget movie at least on the max screen at looked kind of fakie i'm giving this it's a recommend its euro just right there in the recommend territory it's not a week or mild it's certainly not strong it's a good movie but a quote of swung so much higher the problem is they introduce a spiderman and civil war in a great scene a it's a middling mui for me but that is a great see down so that's up my expectations it's a better movie than this though yeah no i agree but origins are hard and even though they try to say this is not an origin has been origin they said it is in but it was about setting the tone for what a solo spiderman movie could be they got a lot more that they can do now and i think that i actually do think the potential is high for the next solo spiderman movie to be much better i agree park twos are often better than part one at times i think i like spiderman to better than spiderman one when rain he did it in amazing spiderman to was much better yeah but i'm glad we all like tom hall and because marvel is riding high and putting a lot of ships on this very tentative sony agreement because they're not planning any park force that they've announced.
"tom hall" Discussed on Back To Work
"A great peter parker in tom hall and and the big event have agree spiderman without a great peter parker spiderman yes and i always felt like like for example i thought tobey maguire was a was pretty good at both and i did enjoy the first two of those movies i thought andrew garfield uh was the v most wrong peter parker and spiderman at ever seen so i knew they wouldn't there was almost impossible to be worse than those movies by this was just great and what i commend them for completely skipping over all of the origin story part of it that was just genius on their part they didn't waste any time with it they didn't the they just were like okay you know he spiderman he's still figuring things out and is it a spoiler dimension allen movie starts no i think i think he knew got to mention it well i i see i don't want to ruin it for anybody but like it begins and citu through what is essentially a back right but it's a flashback from psv of peter parker as spiderman an there is so much honestly worldbuilding characterbuilding you get i had see i was so thrilled and giggling i was cackling and giggling with laughter at how great tom hall and was as like super excited peter parker getting to be spiderman with the avengers iin the weight that so i must boil it but it's so fun in its i thought it was so well done what a great way to kick you into this and congratulations to marvel and sony for being able to like mostly avoid making this a dumb thing the writer for like a year off easily disowning is it is it is it primarily marvel movie with well ony material like what's the official it's firstly marvel movie i thought so when of the movie started it had the sony logo come up and then the marvel intro playing spiderman music so.