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Pet food recall expanded after more than 70 dogs die
"Dry pet food has been expanded. Now that 70 dogs who ate the food have died, and 80. Others have become sick. The dog and cat kibble, made by Midwestern pet food is suspected of having potentially fatal levels of afloat toxins, a poison produced by a mold that grows on corn and other grains. Dr. Diane Tomei at Desert Veterinary Clinic and Ritual Says the toxin can cause acute liver failure. It is a life threatening condition that requires immediate intervention with the veterinarian. The recall dog and cat Kibble contains corn. It was sold online and in retail stores across the country. Under these brand names, sports mix pro pack splash none and sports trail. The packages
Pet food recall expanded after more than 70 dogs die
"Of dry pet food has been expanded. Now that 70 dogs who ate the food have died, and 80. Others have become sick. The dog and cat kibble, made by Midwestern pet food is suspected of having potentially fatal levels of afloat toxins, a poison produced by a mold that grows on corn and other grains. Dr. Diane Tomei at Desert Veterinary Clinic and Ritual Says the toxin can cause acute liver failure. It is a life threatening condition that requires immediate intervention with the veterinarian. The recall dog and cat Kibble contains corn. It was sold online and in retail stores across the country. Under these brand names, sports mix pro pack splash none and sports trail. The
TV and Movie Couples We Love to Watch
"Attractive couples in movies or TV shows. I don't know that list is way too long. I would have to like investigate that you have to put a lot of thought into it. But I was I really like I mean like sure like you got your like Tomei and Pesci's of the world that that classic one is like carrying the weight there right? But I mean, it's Tom is away in jails is probably the the number one believable Jon Hamm and January Jones is also making an also Issa Rae in that package and whoever plays Nathan because that guy is unbelievable Issa Rae and whom like Easter raised like Patrice Bergeron, but whoever whoever's on her line, whoever is on the wage raise line is in a just a really hard couple can't put my finger on why
The Mid Night Club street racers
"Today we have. I'm excited about this is a good one. This is. One of the coolest cars things ever. Yeah. We have very so secretive who topic you guys today we are talking about a racing group known. As the Midnight Club, a midnight club. Yes. The fastest racing team fastest street racing team in Japan got comic book made after him. Yeah. Thanks to an in-depth investigation by wonderful writer. Joseph thank you Joseph. We're able to bring you the truth but the Midnight Club It's worth pointing out the most the articles refining them in that club are based on the wikipedia article. That's it. That's journalism and yet unfortunately for the vast majority of them, the information on the wikipedia page has been purposely crafted to mislead people to protect the real members, identity God, their the aluminum body it's insane. That means a large amount of what people think they know about the club's actually wrong deliberately. So but FRONTENAC. Because we're super excited to share the real story behind them in that club. All right. So to know the story of the Midnight Club, you have to know nineteen eighties Japan throughout the nineteen eighties Japan was experiencing one of the most significant financial bubbles of all time. The entire bubble was similar to the one that we had in the US in two, thousand eight and the one that is currently taking place in China the post world. War. Two Economy of Japan had encouraged citizens to save their money causing an unbelievable surplus of savings The banks had no problem meeting their reserve requirements stays thanks to the massive cash surplus, which in turn allow the banks to engage in much more lenient. Lending behavior does this sound familiar? Yeah. Okay. Good. There are also many America yeah. It's like how it was ten years ago now, but that's a crash. What we're saying here is just like after World War. Two there's this culture in Japan where the government was like just save your money save your money save your money. and. The reason that these cars happened. Is because. The companies looked around and they were like Orlands ultra-modern. Yeah. We could. We could make something really cool stuff and they could buy it, and so they just started making twin turbo six cylinder behemoths out. We will get there. There are also many government programs intended to weaken the US dollar against the Japanese yen through means of financial deregulation. The combination of excess liquidity in the banks and financial deregulation led to a massive economic boom known as Japan's economic miracle prices on domestic stocks and real estate had risen to an all time high tripling in value tripling tripling in value between nineteen, eighty, five and nineteen eighty-nine wealthy parents could afford to buy their children. The nicest sports cars Japan. Had offer sports cars were absolutely everywhere in one, thousand, nine, hundred, eighty. Japan. The Best of all, they were dirt cheap a new Nissan Silvia s thirteen q only cost roughly seventy five hundred US dollars about eighteen thousand dollars today. You imagine getting a Sylvia. Can like you can't get a Sylvia for eighteen grand I mean you can could, but like a clean one. That's what they're they sell for now. They haven't appreciate all in the big picture. It was the Japanese bubble that led to the birth of all the street racing in the country I am hooked kids loved the idea of driving a fast car on the cheap in the early eighties some of the more popular choices of course, Celica supra. They weren't the marked for supers- yet CELICA SUPRA. Eighty sixes s thirty s one thirties. Arek. Sevens Nissan skylines Sylvia again. And Yeah since they all had easy money from their parents all they would do dart onto the highway in Tomei or one gone and started zipping around looking for trouble the Tomei highway became notorious for heavy duty street racing.
"tomei" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Thanks for all this one of the few people who treat me like a person be on streaming. Let me just say before we get into anything. Marisa Tomei. Because that's what I was GONNA say. Not Bad no no no no. I'm looking at one of the things that caught my attention in this. He's a shitty tattoo artists. Man that that Obama looking like sloth from the goonies man Jesus Christ this guy he has no future at all and then he's doing. Yeah this is GONNA be out in at South by southwest until South by south west of course counseled like every other big convention and event. That's going on at the moment but I didn't know what this was about Auden. I haven't I haven't seen anything from I just heard about it and I heard it was going to go to stream in any way soon after that. What was maybe I got that wrong. What was the distribution thing that was going on with this live is going to be a big summer release thing but I think with theaters still influx? No one really knows. What's up with trolls? Kind of proving the concept right Universals decided to put it on the Odiham June twelve so it's going to be purely a digital distribution but one. The trailer looks good. But I think it's really it's set up to be successful. Don't you think or do you think that there's some trepidation here? No no I think it set up to be successful because the appetite formula. You know when when when we're looking at this it's it's just what does that he's had the most success with take somebody who's fucked up and put them in a funny situation where they slightly become better you know. Are they learn lessons and become a better person overall? You know. We've seen this in several things and what what it is. It's you know it's it's somebody WHO's fucking up bad and usually it's a person who just is not taking life seriously the Party and too much. They have no goals in life. They're immature. That's the thing about. It is all about this journey to maturity all these people start on air and believe I can relate start an area where they just. They're just manned. Children are women children. Are You living your vision? I am Kinda living visual. That is sad. I'm telling.
"tomei" Discussed on Modern Love
"I felt and I continue to feel a great tenderness I suppose I think to myself I think how long she waited I think that he was her true love interesting while I was about thirty years younger than John she was about seventeen or eighteen years older and he had taken care of her when she got sick she had been married before but I think that he was person she loved above all else and when we were sitting at dinner I remember you know it was a beautiful day it really was beautiful and my son my very circus's Sardonic son who was sixteen at the time he turned to me and he said you know I I'm going to be buried dad so gorgeous here and all I could think was no henry you're not going to be buried with dad because you're going to find your amy and I think we only to Judith says she never saw John's last request as a betrayal I think that can give you different things and John gave me children and he gave me many things that I wouldn't have had otherwise but he you've heard something she wouldn't have had otherwise and I do believe that there's was a soulmate kind of love ours was different and neither was more legitimate than the other Judith says that she does plan to go back to the field where she buried John and amy she keeps a video of the place on our phone and she says that soon she'll be ready to start dating again my son is going we to school and he's desperately frightened that I'm going to be lonely he keeps asking me am I going to date am I going to get a dog he says I know in coming back here and they're gonNA be five golden retrievers in the house which is a possibility but I just haven't quite gotten there yet but I will and it will be a very different relationship the next time around is old and Crotchety as I am I have complete confidence that I will find another person to love If that's Judith Newman she's a writer and author of to Siri with love a mother her autistic son and the kindness of machines more after the break.
"tomei" Discussed on Yadadamean
"The what happens was well various on the headline the man we'll tell doctors that he had self injected vessel into shaft two years earlier an attempt to boost his penis size why would you do that wants to let me let me tell you the as Asian person I've just learned to accept it you know this is what it is there's out too but if you ever watch a suit but according to butts enough maybe a my work now getting right God more that might work got Asian could you please make my penis bigger no over but true asser calling it I don't know why they want to switch it up maybe trying to hide the brand even though is in the CAN- headline lawsuit whilst the same shoot like how the pictures syringe with a banana the banana swear we know where the missing banana went all right so gone doc said that the man was unwell unwell looking man with high fevers and said that his penile shaft was grossly the form and acidic fluid doctors all touching it is like oh this tender it touches will do for Hell Full Hal raison he goes from the top to the bottom of the Schatz Tomei where it's really tend okay that's that's all I had on the story.
"tomei" Discussed on GSMC Social Media News Podcast
"So welcome to these social media news podcast. Hope you're having a great day. We are going to talk about some trending topics in this episode. We'll talk about the live in front of a studio audience, all in the family and the jeffersons that aired tonight, we'll talk about some news happening in the social media world. We'll talk about some trending topics, etc. So hope you are ready for a fun show, and let's go ahead and get right to it. So as I said, all in the family, and the jeffersons aired tonight on ABC it was filmed in front of they were filmed in front of a live studio audience had a star studded cast for both shows Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei. Play Archie and Edith. Jamie FOX played George Jefferson Wanda Sykes played Louise Jefferson. There were some guest appearances, Anthony Anderson, Kerry, Washington Ellie Kemper will Ferrell, just there was a whole Stephen till hausky, Sean Hayes, all kinds of big name stars. Now. I thought this was intriguing when I first heard that they were going to do this, because, for instance, the episode of all in the family that they did and toback a little bit. They took the script that they used for the episodes that they aired, and they did that, that same script word for word pretty much, and the like I said, the episode that they used for all in the family originally aired forty six years ago. So I just thought this was a really interesting thing that they were taking two very popular shows of from speed over forty years ago and bringing them to twenty nineteen with the exam. Same script. Lots of comments on how. Kind of sad. It is that so many of the issues that were brought up in the show tonight in the show tonight are still happening. How relevant many of the topics still are both shows were the creation of producer Norman Lear, who is ninety six and was responsible for these episodes tonight, as well, along with Jimmy Kimmel he looks great for ninety six which you know, you go Norman Lear. That's awesome. He said that they, they wanted to do it word for word because of the re because of the continued relevance of it. I mean you know, they were still set in the same time period that they were there still set in the seventies, Richard Nixon was president in the episode of all in the family. So they were talking about Richard Nixon, which seems kind of strange, but you know, they were still talking about racism..
Understanding Australia's Political Narcissism
"Have you often thought that are major political parties don't offer a choice? They just offer an Tweedle dum Tweedle day. Well, that's more or less been the case since the mid nineties when both labor and the coalition champion what's called the economic reform agenda, or as some of the critics deride the neoliberal consensus deregulation privatize -ation tariff cuts tax cuts leban- microphone all that. Well, my guess says those days are over the may eighteen election. He says could represent an audio logical shift in Australian politics, and that's a good thing. To teams palmesano is professor of practice at the university of Sydney, he's a former rice discrimination Commissioner he's worked as a library vase, and is the author of book called on height. Published by 'em UP, get item welcome to between the lines on now. In your recent Sydney Morning Herald column. Mm USA just quote out political Nassim of monitor Frances that could be coming to an end house. Oh, we're saying perhaps the most ideologically significant election for quite some time here. And it's because we have the lay the pioneer Bill shorten offering a forthright progressive social democratic platform. It hasn't gone about presenting itself as a small target in this election. It's put a quality registered bution back on the Genda. You say this in the fact that it's pushed for capital gains tax reform, negative, gearing reform pushed for higher wages, the childcare policy announcement during this election is another example. So what you're seeing here in some is a muscular rejection of market liberalism assigned that the state is back at least on the lie beside and that you'll you'll saying challenge to the idea that a marketing. Clemmie must also mean a market society. So long gone are the days when you had a lie bellator running for office. Kevin rod describing the stalling himself as an economic conservative precisely and that has been the template in many respects full libero position. Now who's reflect the thinking of a lot of people in the community just how has the power of market liberalism. How is that filed? Let's just look survey at from the global perspective with still saying the effects of the global financial crisis with seeing here. What is a transitional transformation from stable managed capitalism to speculative financial capitalism. And the legacy of this committee described as follows when not saying global growth in in any significant way, you might even say the global economy is in naming with saying ultra-low interest rates with seeing quantitative easing by many central banks, huge jumps in public indebtedness. Also significant increases in inequality and on top of that when not necessarily saying the market operate in the perfectly competitive foam that you would expect of market liberalism, think of the concentration of market power in the new digital Konami the enormous size and influence of organization such as. Google or Facebook, or Amazon, I think these are all signs that market liberalism is not working the way that and that exit Bill shorten is championing this notion of famous, but is income inequality really Rausing in this country. I'll turn to a productivity commission report last g got the quotes. He it found that sustained growth has delivered significantly improved living standards full the average Australian in every income group that the economic mobility is high and quote movements in inequality indexes a slot rather than series in other words, Australia. According to productivity commission is not locked US where we have seen real income inequality Nora, we lock Europe where growth has stagnated for decades. How would you respond to the productivity commission all the productivity commission report still acknowledges that income? Inequality has risen of the past three decades. It's suggest. And here is that they may be a question about the degree to which income inequality has risen. But also, the productivity commission is also clear that when you look at the ends of the distribution on income, it's become in their woods stickier. So you seeing less mobility in some pockets of distribution, and as they put it stickiness is indicative, some entrenched inequality. So thought wholesale repudiation of the rising inequality in some of this is also that up in methodology. So the methodology that the productivity commission us was to look at surveys conducted as part of the Hilda exercise, the household income and labour dynamics in Austria study that is very well regarded, but if you look at other methods of measuring inequality, for example, looking at national accounts, dotterel taxation statistics drawing on the methodology that people Thomas Pickety have developed measuring income inequality. Then does appear that income inequalities at historically high levels going back to nineteen forties or the mid twentieth century. We've not had income inequality at such levels in it straight. And that's based on research done by Andrew Lee. Mentioned Thomas Pickety who Thomas Pickety fringe economists? I think climbed to find on this issue of inequality, but opportune to people have been on this show over the last few Yee's team. Keisha Mahbubani from Singapore. Johan Norberg from Sweden Steven pinker from Harvard met really from London victim Putin in Melvin and nisi that market liberalism, including free. Tried has delivered the single greatest reduction in extreme poverty in human history effect, isn't it? Yes, it is. And imagine if the distribution will equal even see more people having been liberated from poverty or enjoying a rise out of hardship. There's no question about the absolute gains that come from market, liberalism and not rejecting the idea of market economy. We know that the market distributes resources in a much more efficient way than a centrally planned economy does. This is the lesson of the twentieth century in the listen of the failure of of communism. The point here is about whether we want to be a market society is will that we have the logic of the market being applied to conduct government and to add relations between between people see Mahbubani, nog- and Pinkett, they'd respond inside that government policies lie policies, if you like to force inequality down that would incur a cost in lower economic growth, and that would argue low living standards, not just in Australia, but across the world. Well, that would argue that and it's an it's an idea that I believe should be contested. I'm not arguing for a perfect equal distribution of resources. But if we believe, for example, when the idea of Aaquil opportunity, I believe you need to have some redistribution of resources for that to become realizable. No question that socialism is having some sort of resurgence. And you mentioned that in your recent Sydney Morning Herald article, certainly if you look in the United States, you see Bernie Sanders doing very well, politically, Jeremy Corbyn later of the party, and there have been plenty of polls. And we've had guests on this program talking about how socialism is becoming very popular, especially among millennials. Now, you say, quote, what those on the right to cry as the evils of socialism, a good number of us regard as decent common sense. But what about the terrible atrocities committed in the name of socialism in the twentieth century team. What about the? Abject failure of socialism everywhere has been implemented. Let's not get too blunt Tomei to when when when our third to run I refer to those on the right decrying was socially. I was referring specifically to the education minister Dantin criticising. The labour party's announcement recently on childcare policy as an example of socialism, if not communist or words that affects and I think that's a bit of blown somewhat exaggerated when I'm talking about social democracy. I'm talking about an ideology that still exists within the limits of multi-party, democracy, individually Berty and the rule of law that what social democracy means is that the state has a role in regulating markets and in redistributing resources, it's about elevating the value of community and the value of quality beside the value of freedom. Young people who are attracted to socialism. They also distrust government regulations, and they mar on Pinerolo and small businesses. They're disconnected between the two. No, this is this is precisely and it will strike of the point. I'm making about a mock economy. This is a market society. Millennia was understand perfectly. Well, the power of entrepreneurialism and the benefits of of the market what they don't accept is that the market must govern everything in society. What I don't accept his that the distribution thrown up by the market is is something that is necessarily desirable in all cases. So if you look at how millennials are experiencing, the housing market and housing affordability. If you're looking at how they experiencing work and the diminishing job security that they experience all the precarious nature gig economy that many of them are engaged in their frankly, not saying the benefits of of market liberalism market. But you tackling dance. You can't tax a loss. You can only tax prophet and
Jimmy Kimmel and Norman Lear to Host Live Recreation of The Jeffersons and All in the Family
"All in the family and the jeffersons are coming back to television live for one night only. Woody Harrelson, Marisa Tomei, Jamie, FOX and Wanda Sykes are going to star in a recreation of these Samantha so is from these incredibly influential sitcoms back in the nineteen seventies. Ninety six year old Norman Lear who created all in the family and its spin off the jeffersons and Jimmy Kimmel are hosting this. It'll be on ABC's prime time sometime next month. Woody Harrelson and Marisa Tomei will play Archie and Edith bunker with FOX and Sykes as George and Louise Jefferson Ellie Kemper justina Machado, and will Ferrell will
"tomei" Discussed on The Popcast With Knox and Jamie
"I think it'll still be is still going to make like if automatic and make money like this is going to make great money our standards are so low I will go to anything to be out of our houses. And did not watching the news. We'll do anything and said this is a maybe this comes after adventures in game. But does it come after it in the timeline? But like he's alive, and it looks like he dies of injuries. So a why is it because spoiler he's like, Mr Tony. I don't feel so good. That's such a great scene. That's how it's a top one. It's tell isn't it. Every time I watch. And I'm like Tony spinner min stay go question in this trailer. What gave you like there's some crazy stuff happening? There's rocks. There's green gas. There's kids from queens affording a trip to pears was the biggest suspension of disbelief for you. There's a correct answer. I don't know. What is it? Mine is that some directors could look at Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei, you like. Like, they could totally be into each other. It was like is this on the comic book, the scabby? Right. Click on Jon Favreau, jump Favreau. What do you have on people in movies? You're with Sofia Vergara, you're with Scarlett Johansson, your Orissa toe may that's Krimmer. What I said earlier in the episode about your success in your career. Makes you hotter. The has to be true for John Fabri. He he's like a Chia pet. He looks like a human. She of head and women are just like, yes. Please gross. No, let's do next segment. How do we feel? This is in reference to SNL came back for some reason it felt like they were offered eighteen months. So I was really son when they came back, but it came back with Rachel Brosnahan as the host, Greta van fleet as a musical guest overall. How did you feel about the episode? Well, I thought listen I like I thought it was a good episode. I thought there are a lot of good segments. Rachel Brosnahan felt like she was there to be professional and do whatever was necessary and she didn't break, and she was funny and she delivered. What was written for her? And sometimes it was really good. And then of course, sometimes it wasn't. I really liked the cold open. Although sometimes make me sad to think that this is actually the real world that we're Matt that were mocking. But something about Kate. Mckinnon is Nancy Pelosi. Brought me a lot of joy lake. You know, what's funny? That's the first impression. I thought. Yeah..
"tomei" Discussed on The Morning Toast
"Now, I asked you would you kind of being center that you're wearing on a seat. I read anything I have to stop saying. Honestly, I read conspiracy theory, at least you're being honest. I was probably lying. Anyway, I read a conspiracy theory about Marisa Tomei. She won an Oscar. I'm not sure if it's for that movie it is. And they thought that that she one they had like moonlight moment. Moonlight LA La Land. But they didn't fix it. And if you watch a footage like a kind of spooky, yes. But I don't want to take away from she shot ya right? My cousin Vinny is the greatest movie ever I found out over maybe like one or two years ago that Ben had never seen my cousin Vinny. And like we referenced that all the time like we say the deer thing like it's very much a part of our family and realize he's been lying all these years. Just like nodding his head. Wow. Dying that he's not being honest nuts for damn sure. But I mean in watch it, obviously, he loves it. It's like him in a movie. I couldn't believe it. I know that's always so great when you can introduce someone to a movie, and it's like, this movie was made for you know, you know, like what movies have I not seen that I would fucking love will actually now that you said that last night Ben was again trying to convince me to watch rat race. And he said, it's the funniest movie you've ever seen. I said, no, I've really seen the funds we have ever seen. I don't know what it is. But it's not that, you know. Yeah. No. You'll like it. We've seen it as kids when you see it. Nobody moments you're going to remember. I think there's something in the car as he poops out the window. Okay. I definitely don't wanna see that. Just see it. No good. Right. If that rat race, I think so I don't think so I think so lovely today. New really what the juxtaposition of me actually, looking like a boy, it's working. Yeah. I mean, it's a coed show. Have you done the pop sugar twinning thing? No have you just did it while sitting here before you got here. Who'd you gave me Alexa Vega. And honestly in the pictures. I kind of agreed sleep. I agree. Also, then they gave me sticky which. People have been told me, I look guys don't keep for forever. But the picture is. It was like the greatest picture of me in the picture of the use of stunk. He was not a good one. And to be honest. I didn't say there was emblems anymore and it almost at twenty four percent. Okay. I'm gonna do it. I saw that snitch. Didn't she was the Queen Elizabeth small? Okay. I got Elizabeth to Elizabeth fuss. Name is small. I guess that's crazy. I know very early similar to Elizabeth smart. I got I got Elizabeth to they give you five options, and they go by percentage will today was my number one. I got like ten percent. So did Marco she just screen shot at that one. She's a higher up one was Adele. And honestly in the picture. I saw somebody the eyeliner. That's what it was. It was like the really circular is. With the airliner. I'm going to do it. You should I'm excited. No. They're going to be like Jessica Jesse did the ten year challenge. You did on my Instagram story. What was the picture? How did you find a picture from ten years ago? I went on my Facebook. I went to an album from my senior year of high school. And even though that pictures from Cisco. I'm sorry. I did see sorry. And it was you on the balcony of the white shirt. Right. It was it wasn't remarkable know, the difference is really just eyebrows. Yeah. It towed. Anything just proved that I really look the same. And I've had no work done and good for you. Thank you might have just it's really hard to mean. Tain like to look the same people think that's it's hard saying, it's sister. And I've had my ups and downs. If you had if I'd done a nine year challenge spooky Steph. But now like my hair is the same length as it wasn't that picture just coming full circle..
"tomei" Discussed on WGN Radio
"And I've I've now I'm hungry. Elliott's me hungry, and it should be noted that Kevin Kline. What was really significant about him winning for a fish called Wanda? It was it was a comedic. Yes. That was and that is not something that you've ever seen happened at the Oscars at someone wins for far. After Marisa Tomei one for my cousin before this before. I think there's been a lot of supporting actress there's been some comedies. It's just not that frequent for copyright versa to one for that lobby. Sorry, who is she going up against biological time clock is ticking over here. I love that movie. The thing was is that after it happens with with women in supporting roles when they win that award like, then a jinx hits them. And then you never hear from them. He plays that may though and in spider how many years later. She gets hit on by Robert Downey junior. I'm Tony stark. Yeah. Well, and plus she didn't tell the truth about the Vietnam war in that movie. Like Kevin Kline did here, we did not lose be at Phnom. There was a tie. Can have you seen a fish called Wanda, but four hundred times really loved the movie? Oh, heavenly. I thought the one I liked it. I love dogs got squished million. Oh, and he eats the goldfish. No, the dog fishing this move. I will say that the the goldfish getting eaten was more painful to watch them when the dogs get the steamroller because it looks so cartoonish trap. It looked it looked like a cartoon. So we're the dog keeps getting like the stuff keeps happening. Yeah. Yeah. So, but I was like I picture the doggie like Wylie Coyote just popping back up again afterwards. Whereas when when when Kevin Kline swallows, the fish to torture Michael Palin, and he's like just can't handle it. You know that that was a painful painful seen the watch. There you go. Let's let let's wrap it up and doesn't moment with with tell me something. Good three one.
"tomei" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Are you ready? I I don't know if I want to hear this or not a really don't, but I'm gonna do it. Anyway. Mind is insane. I know that Tony crews are morning show. Host his son is a YouTube star. And he makes a lot of money. And then Tony is actually on the call. You porn, right? Yeah. Believe successful is not done has many. But there are people that make a lot of money your buddy makes money from YouTube Tomei. Yep. Yep. The top grossing personality on YouTube is seven years old seven his name is Ryan toys review, and what he does he is seven years old, and he makes videos playing with toys and giving his recommendations we this is the number one youtuber. Yes, he may twenty two million dollars. Josh. Oh, my God told you you weren't ready for this. So I've told you weren't ready for this. So the kid is seven and he's playing with toys. This is like a real life. Tom Hanks movie where he he transforms too little kid big big. This is like the movie big. Remember, he gets a job at a corporate world playing with toys. This is this kid. He's seven Ryan toys review. Twenty two million dollars is what you painting last year. The number two guy is not Logan Paul, but his brother, Jake, Paul. I've never seen one Jake Paul video. But he made twenty one million dollars last year from YouTube his brother is in the tenth spot. Logan, Paul Logan, Paul you remember got in trouble because he did a video he went to Japan. And there is a suicide forest. Yes. I remember that he went to suicide forest, and he videoed body insert in the in the woods, and he laughed about. He was joking about it. And he got a lot of backlash. Disney dropped him as a sponsor and lost several other sponsors. And I believe you to pulled him for a short period of time. But she he's still ended up making fourteen million dollars last year alone. As YouTube star hot this up. Have you seen the kid know? All right. This is one of his videos. Let's find out if he's annoying dollar says he's annoying guarantee it here, we go for WalMart..
"tomei" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Heavy. Dying stars. I got them. Heavy Bill controversy five years ago at the was the Academy Awards. I think Seth MacFarlane came out. And he's the he's the family guy creator and very inventive guy. And he can push the envelope. And I thought he diffused this whole notion over and over again with his song, we saw your boobs. This is part of the Academy Awards show five years ago. We saw in the movie that we saw we saw your boots. Meryl streep. We saw your boobs. Only watch him mole hall and dry. Angelina Jolie we saw. Be excited end ally. The way we saw your boobs and broke back alley Barry, we saw them in monsters. Whole Kidman eyes wide. Shut Marisa Tomei in the wrestler. But we haven't seen Jennifer Lawrence is boobs at all that change with a red. Whatever it was that film. So what happens if the same people that complain about seeing a mother do what nature demands that she feed her baby. Do they turn away in the movie theaters will oh, hey, my overpriced? Archambault buddies. That's disgusting. In response to what we saw your boobs in on. How do you think you got Charlie's the wrong? Don't even think about your dad, and your mom and Allieu concede likely. Jessica Chastain we saw. Sometimes there is in vitro. There's other ways of getting here. But those are pretty rare boys don't cry Penelope Cruz and Vanilla Sky and Kate Winslet in heavenly creatures in and hamlet anti-tank and iris little children and the reader, and whatever you right now, we saw your boobs Seth MacFarlane Academy Awards five years ago, but gay men's chorus of Los Angeles. Us radio. Eight forty W H A S traffic.
"tomei" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Automotive business and finance serial entrepreneur vista go. Big or go, home and self Tomei. Only tom. Thanks, jim. And we're back in the Berman studios. The phone lines are open one eight hundred three to one zero seven ten we have Rhonda shear on the phone. Rhonda. Are you there? I am there. And I remember I get so excited because I just love your show. Thank you. Thank you. And you know, it's the the ratings just going up and up every week. It's amazing. And you know, you're the guest keep getting better and better. So we're thankful to have you on. We appreciate your time honored. And let's talk about the pageants a little bit. And then we're going to get into entrepreneurship. Let's talk about the pageant. What made you get into the pageants? So interesting because I never train the fissile become so full circle. And so important in my life. The reason why I got into pageants to begin with this. 'cause I like I said earlier says I wanted to be choreographer. That's what I thought a very young age. And there was a pageant in your in Louisiana called miss dance of Louisiana. Actually, it's all over the country to this day. They still have it and so much rain was to win miss dance of Louisiana. But why the by the way, I never did my life indifferent? Direct course when a whole different won, miss USA. You go. Well, you know, I didn't win miss Michigan. It was a runner-up fan. That's a win win. That's a win win three different miss, Louisiana title, and then place. So I because it was such a drive and that was like the earliest thing I could do. And then what's really interesting about the pageant's is I was John with them like at nineteen years old. But when I moved to Hollywood to pursue my acting career. I didn't know anyone out there. So what I did was I went back and entered pageants because I knew endorsed for me. And sure enough I I ended up in a Bob Hope special. I ended up meeting my first agents, I ended up winning miss Hollywood, which led to the miss California pageant. Wow, it takes a lot of nerve to do mazing. The biggest thing that I want which was a really cool title that ended up getting introduced to more people than anything was misled Angeles Press Club, which they pageants were big in that era. And so because it was you know, I represented the press they had me on so many. Dances. And they had me representing them. So many events I sat on a day us with Sammy Davis junior. How.
"tomei" Discussed on We'll See You In Hell
"Yep, fuck it. Fucking people book Christ. Sorry. I was. I was. That was pathetic intro. I really enjoyed that. I was slide Joe trying to sit up better on the couch and failing. It was a tough thing. What does it mean when you ply pressure your lower back and you feel almost like you have a tumor in your throat when that happens? It, I don't know, but it's probably not good. It's not great. It's nut grave. It's we'll see you and how party people. And this is where we talk about stuff usually about horror SCI fi fantasy related film and television. Sometimes like today we go a little bit out of the box. That's not a euphemism today we're doing 'em I six, which from tencent purposes is a fantasy film a little bit of fast. They're peeling off their faces at various points. Stars, Tom Cruise, it stars, Tom Hanks, Tomei Penelope Cruz Penelope, and Miller the gallon lose handbag, Alex, winter of freaked. Yeah. Bill and Ted's ever see freaked. No, I know directed freaked. Yeah, that was going to be a director and I think I love that movie. I heard it's great, really funny scenes in it. Mr. teas. Alex plays Bill in the Bill and Ted's. Excellent adventure. Yes. And Billy Baltar is in this flick. Yeah, not freaked. 'em I six Alec Baldwin's now, I know that was where I said, Alex fucking up all the names. You got, gosh, Billy Baldwin Ving rain. Otherwise, screaming ends may take a little early. Really, they see Ving Raimi's in his own home. A neighbor calls police break in like there's a big black guy in the house. Next door. They bust into Bing Rams his own home. She is cry to arrest. Him. Big ramp is like I'm being rains. This happened like two weeks ago. Are you kidding it? What would make that fucking insane this thing to make up? Wouldn't it. Yes, it would be. I mean, I know you're not making it up. I'm merely speaking in mystically. That's in the news. Oh my God. Yeah, he's doing. I would. I don't think so. But he should. What do you think the odds are that he went to his neighbor after and he said, now, listen, sometimes you're gonna see me in a window and you're gonna feel a sting in the back of your neck to call the cops. That's pride fucking with you. You're quoting the comedy central roast of Bruce Willis? Yes. As far as I know, that's only from that rose. You never did that in a movie or writing. Okay, thing Rams is he fat? Now it's hard to tell when watching mission of Basel, he wears a lot of like soprano shirts, which usually means you're fed. And his face looks weird. He looks like a big muscular guy that that probably put on weight. Sure. Yeah, still enjoy them. I still enjoy very much they didn't. They always kind of cut away when Ving would start running. They'd be like, let's let's see what we got an a two shot of Tom and then come back to Ving when the running and stopped. Yeah, it's bad when it's bad when you're letting Simon Pegg get more actions speaking of looks. Yeah. So well, we're watching that man, bald, I think from scene to scene, we're watching him bald. I love Simon Pegg. What is he sixty? Eight for Christ's sake. I thought the guy was that much older than we are. He looks like a sixty eight year old man. It's what happens to all British actors like they, they look like newborns until they're twenty five, and they immediately look like they're eighty year old women vases going strong still looks great if that British guy. Has had a little better. The pale frail, light skinned, fair haired. British guys always wind up. Looking like old women. Look, Hugh Grant looks like a seventy five year old woman. I never would have put money on the on the on Raby Coltrane keeping it together. Long signed ad helps that. How do you now? Do you think he's hitting the sauce? Because he's got a real. He's gonna. Leathery. Face egg might be hitting the sauce. He he's written movies about trying to beat the sauce. That is true that world's end, which I really didn't care for. I like the world's at..
"tomei" Discussed on Amy Schumer Presents: 3 Girls, 1 Keith
"And that Colin called the news, the news outlet. I love the news. Lucien happen would happen. They let let you out or let me out, but the cop said, the reason they and you know, fight what me your act because. They said I had a brush wrap them in the newspaper, like it was a shotgun cheeses, Keith. He. They live, they live when a wrote it up. They allow. Yeah, ever seen you brush your hair. I like to put it this way. It's like all black people on mile Olympic. The all white people will look at it. Everybody has one big mass, then we go wrong, right? I grow up different than you, but we still came to the same conclusion. Yes, you know, you drop which, you know, VO parents. I imagine this and that that whatever. But I met a lot of HARA, white people, and I met a lot of horrible black people. Sure, sure. So, but we have to add. Conversation as well about when the one of the things that stops the race conversation is when you're talking to someone who may be y. Yeah, and then they go. But what about me, I'm talking about you and then part of it is like, what would keep the same as like, you know, sometimes. Let's get on my nerves too, and I don't when I hear some criminal shit going down with the black guy, I don't wanna have to always be like tightened up and go. I gotta be on this guy side, no matter what Justice system fucking with him. I wanna be able to get them off the street to, yeah, he's useless. But we have so many things that kind of push us to where we don't want to be as black people because we have. We feel like we don't stand on the side. We're going to get lost in the sauce because we're not standing firm and sometimes we're standing on the wrong side. Right? We have to kind of keep air. It seems like such a tough thing to navigate like, what, what's the best thing to do right now? Should I be passive about this? Or should I be really opening my mouth? I think the hardest thing of being black for me is navigating like black folks on for any little thing. You'd be called a Coon like if you you look at all those white girls Kuna I've never. I've never heard that guy on CNN all Tomei Parachinar you know, he's always on while Trump never told a lie. We'll look at his coonass..
"tomei" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast
"Mid nitro like there's something to be said for trading off announce teams so that everybody stays fresh too there's a there's a lot of things that could probably tweak or fix this but i do think more than just mispronouncing certain words or mixing up similar wrestlers names there's a larger issue here that i think everybody needs to address and they need to decide is this something they want to keep doing and if so what are they willing to do to make it work better for everybody yeah and who you know because i always have an analogy i think of new japan versus wwe for the american fans the fans of that now kind of converted to japan it's the summer of george from seinfeld realized as an ideal so those of you haven't seen seinfeld george costanza basically makes every wrong decision possible so for one summer whatever his natural indication was he would do the opposite and it was his most successful most happiest he's been in his life he met marisa tomei she fell in love with him it was just you name it he was hitting on all cylinders and he couldn't sustain it because it wasn't in his nature and i think for the wwe an for new japan we have to look at what their natures are because wwe wants that entertainment they're never going to give us all of the sport and because new pen wants to be more of a sport they're never gonna give us all of the entertainment quote unquote the entertainment for them is the sport for w the sport isn't the entertainment the.
"tomei" Discussed on TechStuff
"Back all these results and based upon this information i am more likely to prescribe drug be to you because to from what i see here it is the least likely to cause any really bad side effects and the most likely to be efficacious in treating your disease or whatever and that was one of the three ways that tomei back she was citing as being an important way to use div learning really just kind of finding out ways to avoid having negative drug interactions this idea of leveraging information that is out there that otherwise is you know it's it's useful but unstructured and it's not being harnessed in any meaningful way changing that by using a neural network and using open source databases like fda drug adverse database and social media to try and predict if any one particular person will suffer negative events from in a particular drug i found that really fascinating the idea of not just using the official databases the medical resources that have accumulated over the course of decades of work but also the the more anecdotal evidence and i hesitate to use those two words together but the more anecdotal accounts let's say of people who are using those drugs who are reporting you know just casually on what it is they're experiencing and using that information to help kind of create a much larger more informal clinical trial in the real world that can end up having real impact on the future of how that those particular drugs are are used in the future they used the future a couple times they are but that's just 'cause i'm thinking about it so much then botchy tr transitioned to talk about another project he's been working on that is called the.
"tomei" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Change the election so is it is it countries attempting to influence shoe or is it really wore bright and if it's a cyber war even if it's a sudden what specifically when you say cyber war is it now is it if they attempted to change the actual a vote totals when then you could say that is a cyber war without question now do we play cyber wars against them and do they placed cyber war against us in all likelihood yes because what's the definition of cyberwar cyber war trying to get inside of their computers and they're trying to get inside of our our computers yes do you believe that we are doing it to them attempting it in information any way that we possibly can while we are already know that we already know that we were listening to even our allies and phone calls so we have the technology to do it so we do it at every opportunity and they do so what is the point of this in using the rhetoric so it got interesting because i've i've i was still abs at the point we came on the air is to listen to part of the interviewed on a i don't get it what still what what are you what are you looking for and he's even he even said he goes on using morgan freeman you know with his voice we are at war we are at war we have been attacked right it's like from somebody that america really trust if you think about it eased an an actor you and i occasionally look at the the people that america most trusts yeah no i would definitely vote for morgan freeman rap but but it's actors it's people who live forever down on not people who are acta who can't trust the mote chelsea and i know all that i'd still vote for you know tom hanks is at the top of the list by i trust tomei is an actor guy wouldn't i wouldn't vote for tom hanks because you know frankly he lost control of the ship you can't do that was that real that without a movie so i forget so we'll give that here a little bit i just it was just a which is what i was doing before i came on.
"tomei" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"That we are doing it to them attempting it in information any way that we possibly can while we are already know that we already know that we were listening to even our allies and phone calls so we have the technology to do it so we do it at every opportunity and they do so what is the point of this in using the rhetoric so it got interesting 'cause i've i've i was still opposite at the point we came on the air is to listen to part of the interview and i'm like i i don't get it what still what what are you what are you looking for and he's even he even said he goes no using morgan freeman you know with his voice we are at war we are at war we have been attacked right it's like from somebody that america really trust if you think about it he is an an actor you and i occasionally look at the the people that america most trusts yeah now i would definitely vote for morgan freeman rap but but it's actors it's people who live freely on on not people who are acta who trust the mote nazi and i know all that i'd still vote for tom hanks is at the top of the list by i trust tomei is an actor guy wouldn't i wouldn't vote for tom hanks because you know frankly he lost control of the ship you can't do that was that real was that was that a movie so i forget so we'll get to hear a little bit i just yeah it was just it was just what i was before i came on the air and averaged a lot this week i've been miffed my brain sort of you know turned too much one of the days this week trying to figure out what was going on with the republicans and and and healthcare in by yesterday was was able to get you know a lot of a lot more information russian and analysis on.
"tomei" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk
"Using morgan freeman um you know was his voice we are at war we are at war we have been attacked right it's like from somebody that america really trust if you think about it eased an an actor you and i occasionally look at the the people that america most trusts yeah now i would definitely vote for morgan freeman ran but but it's actors it's people who live forever known not that people who are acting who can't trust the mo nazi and i know all that i'd still vote for your tom hanks is eyes on the top of the list by i trust tomei is an actor guy wouldn't i wouldn't vote for tom hanks because you know frankly he lost control of the ship you can't do that was that real was that was that a movie so i forget so we'll get that here a little bit i just it was just it was just what i was before i came on the air nauseous a a lot this week i've been miffed my brain sort of you know turned too much one of the days this week trying to figure out what was going on with the republicans and and and healthcare in an by yesterday was was able to get you know a lot of uh a lot more in formation and analysis on it and then the whole in a with the unmasking and everything else and really was amazing how quite a was now i was real busy yesterday right but from what i could see it was extremely quiet i didn't see anything really whatsoever not even from the conservative media you know it hit me during the morning walk out early fell zero had it i didn't but it but it talking about what's his name now the former head of the the uh uh james clapper james clapper that the fact that that was a non story yesterday completely and i said it that was the story of to me that was the story of the day by nothing came close to it because he gets to right into the amass scheme and it's interesting because it happens a lot and i believe it or eventually will be a bigger story but just interesting how will look at something and say that is huge and the wall street journal will look at something like that in say while that huge and dry weather conservative outlets will.