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"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour
"This is from the pandemic survey on these are people's answers to the question. What part of your life has been most affected finances almost everything? I'm fearful to even leave the house. I only go out for a central's in to get my meds being able to go out and see friends. Grocery shopping just started dating a guy but with everything closed. It's hard to go on. Dates might trust. There will be oxygen at the hospital if or when I need it. The pandemic gives my anxious mind one more continuous thing to obsess over. If I have shortness of breath I freak out and get panicked. Which makes it worse social contact dancing and hearing live music with friends honestly. I Miss People. My volunteer work. But I'm benefiting from a chance to slow down the dissociate identity disorder and OCD has been running the show like most people the ability to buy the things I need. I've been traveling solo since last June right now missing the ability to just sit in a cafe or go to a museum I live solitary life and most of my contact is online so now that everyone else has to be online. I have more opportunities for contact my job my sense of safety and my feelings of inevitable. Doom have all been negatively impacted. My business tanked and I've lost the will to do anything creative. I really just opened myself up and was happy to be creating again after the death of our daughter and now I'm back at a standstill because I don't know how to cope with everything. Oh Man I'm so sorry. My social life after almost a decade of various addictions have been sober for three years and just finally started feeling comfortable on my own skin around other people without drinking. It's a real bummer. To not have that outlet. Espec- especially since I work from home about sixty percent of the month. The other forty percents. I'm traveling by myself. I'm in Grad school to become a therapist and it has been moved to promote learning for the remainder of the semester. I really miss going to class. There was always the highlight of my week. I have also been having trouble sleeping. I feel the need to watch the news because I need answers. My anxiety is fueled by the not knowing but it seems like the only answers I get from the news. Make me more scared than I was before. I've been having trouble sleeping which I never had as a problem before last night. I had to nightmares about the virus. Work all the schools are closed unable to connect in person with my fellow musicians. My cousin just passed last night and I can't attend the services. I can't see my long distance boyfriend for at least another month being able to go to the grocery store and have everything available to buy kids out of school uncertain feelings businesses. Not Open to go to. I don't go into an office now so I guess that's the main thing. However the whole situation has shifted my perspective a lot. I've always loved sci-fi and I like apocalyptic fiction. This is the beginning of every novel about the end of the world. I am somehow both surprised and not surprised that it is happening. I think the real kickers that depend amac combined with literal plagues of locusts and all kinds of other current events. Just make it seem so very very real very little. I've just gone from not being very social to not at all social worrying if the store will close and I can't get my cigarettes vodkas my new best friend my personal life. Because I'm pregnant. I hesitate to go out. For doctor's appointments or basic necessities being scared to be around anyone or touching anything outside of my apartment not much has changed from a my anxiety is a little higher than normal. It's odd have human. I don't have the paged one. I didn't realize that we'll find out next week with the other. Half of that is. This is from another question on the pandemic survey if you could be quarantined. Her isolated with anyone. Who would be no human that? I can think of for such an extended period of Time Cate Blanchett. David Dein betrayal a pile of scripts to read through an unlimited supply of weed and pizza. My Boyfriend Mike. Catt ten ten several puppies and Kittens Mila Kunis. Obviously I don't know if I'm pronouncing her name. Rick my grandchildren children husband and Tommy Lee Jones. I'm that's kind of cranky. Character TO WANNA be quarantined with you. WanNa be with Tommy Tommy Lee Jones for all of his light heartedness in beaming smiles. We already have the plan in place at my house. The bedroom is set up. Ready to go with a COT downstairs for whoever isn't sick. My son exactly the People. I'm with my family and I have them. I'm extremely lucky. Maybe next quarantine. Jason Momoa. Dunno if I could promise six feet of social distancing though all the books have wanted to read it happen. I think it would like an endless supply of good chocolate and Tom. Hanks Tom Hanks always calms ever went down with his kind and gentle way..
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Haven't met you yet thank you all in one shot I'm good how are you we're doing great where you calling from what do you do their job I'm a music teacher at a private school in mobile right so who you take into Michael Blay I'm sure I will be taking my husband does your husband want to go to Michael who played he he will be fine with that all that is awesome diet we appreciate you listening to Tony Dwight show enjoy those tickets have a great time okay thank thank thank you guys thank you so much well all right you play is that it is a hell of a performer though no call I know I know I was just kidding all right a little extreme football tickets they're low as fifteen dollars their first game is not this Saturday but next Saturday it looks like two four six eight teams are in the in the league Tampa Bay tornadoes west Michigan Ironmen Carolina predators Charlotte thunder music city fire Pennsylvania union in Indianapolis in four enforcers and music city fire those are the teams that are in this league well your stream right yes yes the last time a little far play do you believe it was two thousand eight all my gosh you know wow if you remember if you used to go a little fire games they would start out by Harleys riding down onto the field with the lights all the lights would be off smoke we start coming to enemies Harleys would ride out of the smoke in the end zones which cheerleaders on the back come around to the opposite end zone and then we would wrap our Harleys up it was every every time they announced a player that was me and my friends yes I would do well for I got it I got my Dick we drop for one game they loved it we did every game from then on they also did the we had a jacuzzi company that would set up a jacuzzi in the end zone on the floor freedom hall and then we staffed it with people in the Catholic women if it right and then the fire of the lord at the local fire head cheerleaders and I would often referred referred to them as the fire holes because there's nothing more important under fire engine that a fire holes and all the general fire was a great name and the the local fire department yeah really got behind the whole thing and so when you went to a game at freedom hall that back parking lot between broadband freedom always this tailgate area we're almost died you try to save my life is richly they the all the fire trucks are parked out there did yeah what camp Taylor didn't matter you know it's a P. R. peed matter they all had their fire trucks back there it was really kind of a neat experience so hopefully I'm all I'm all in with little extreme Irina football back the first night which is next Saturday they say there's going to be dollar beers so its own that rate I'm in yeah bring it on it totally Stallings he he made a good career out of that man yes he did what he wound up coming after doing a different television shows is there were several coaches a little fire including one Jeff brawl yes which is now making six whatever six billion dollars there is a culture produced so they had a pretty good coach Dan but what was the other codes that we Tommy Tommy Lee Jones nolosha LA no all member ma'am occur he played for Alabama for the national championship game when they beat Miami all your good friends of ours who went to his wedding he was the coach at Lowell fire tabi hobble about a girl all my god that's not it so closes on the tip of my tongue I will tell you when we come back from the news we're going ahead as well I think I do yeah we are we're as when we were friends with great friends like he was he was one of the best dudes man and it was I think he was the longest running coach at little fires name I don't what let me tell you something they were averaging nine ten thousand fans and they will close off the top in the entire lower all was packed there was an empty seat it was great awesome they even had us play they had radio stations play television news people yeah and then Scott Reynolds had to get Superbowl Sunday on everybody a little and then that choke on your sausage night that's right view memories thank you all right let's check in with your market last time I checked it was down three and a half percent was due the Bloomberg money or a minute right here on newsradio eight forty W. H. A. S. you was don't the falling over three and a half percent as investors wait but what the president will do to fight the economic impact of the corona virus the Dow was falling nine hundred sixty three points at St Pete down a hundred and two nasdaq dropping two hundred and seventy one well the actual cost of the corona virus is pretty.
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on Piecing It Together Podcast
"Had the thought of you you know show not tell which is a very common expression. When you're talking about a movie in this particular case I think it would have been tough to get the thought or message across to the audience if there wasn't that narration if you're just watching Brad Pitt on screen and Dan. You're seeing him go through things. You're not really getting the full of motion how he's feeling about it and it's not like he's giving off a very emotive performance formats so I think the voiceover was handled well and it was necessary. In this case. Absolutely I completely agree well all right. I'M GONNA go onto a another one here. another puzzle piece so in this movie ad Astra we've a a ship that has been missing for years out when Ed sent set out on a mission and then disappeared and others a signal and they think that that oh it might still be out there. Let's send a rescue mission and of course spoiler alert. We don't worry about spoilers on this show but get there and find out everyone went crazy basically or or at least the the the main guy went crazy and lots of violent murders went down on the ship and I thought of event horizon which I still maintain is the scariest fucking movie ever even though it's very cheesy in retrospect the act it's still shit out of me but yeah. I mean that's basically the exact setup of event horizon and what a creepy creepy setup set up that is and of course this movie is not by any means a horror movie. It's not scary really but certainly the the you lost ship that was out there doing some scientific mission like millions of miles away isolated from from Earth than you know that that that unknown Nisa space multiplied by the the fact that you know the ship disappeared for so many years and who knows if anyone's still on it or what happened to it. I I really Kinda amps up the creep factor in this in both situations and yeah that is a perfect tie-in with everything that goes on with Tommy Tommy Lee Jones his character and his crew either get spend what like thirty years almost in the movie where his his crew went out to the Lima project and they hadn't been heard of again so brad. Pitt's character thought he's dead. My father died doing that but then all of a sudden you know you have that beacon. That's coming That's a great tie in on that one. I gotTa give you props on that one. Well thank you man thank you. What do you got for your next puzzle piece. My next one is going to be Mad Max fury road and amusing this for a very specific part part of the movie the only real true action set piece of this movie shore and it's when they're on the moon and there's moon pirates apparently they're being chased throughout and it's very reminiscent of Mad Max Fury Road I even in my review. Even I even called it. Mad Max Lunar Road Eh just because of the fact that everything feels the same you have one croup being chased down in to aid. You know where they're going but it feels it's as though they're being chased almost like macrey. That's how it felt like to me at least the way that action piece was setup designed. How shot sure absolutely you know and I I remember hearing you talk about that on your episode and that's that's hilarious. I love that Mad. Max Lunar rose as much as ad Astra is not an action movie and it's not the kind of movie that you know get sequels or spin offs or anything like that I would love to know more about the world of Space Space Pirates on the moon and you know it's so interesting would be super fascinating to me the fact that there's regions of the the moon you can't travel because they might kill yeah because it's it's not governed land. It's painful. It's not alien. It's just people who who went up there and then just kind of went off grid or whatever that is nuts and I wish they would have explored that a little more says frigging great all right so yes so let me go with another one here so normally. I try not to do you this on the show but I just felt like I had to in the lead up to two ad Astra. I decided to go back and watch James. Graves film lost city of Z. or as characters refer to it but I'm pretty sure the movie itself just say loss at easy but whatever but you know I was was. I was really interested that really the characters have a very similar a goal. I mean they're they're. It's a similar story three of character it now. It's a very different way and of course one is set in the past and WanNa say in the future but you know it. It's still well a guy who has just obsessed with this scientific quest and you know in in Las Z. It's finding this law city in an Amazon and of course an ad Astra it's finding proof of extraterrestrial life out towards Saturn or whatever wherever the project was going and would eventually kills him eventually leads to his death and in Law City Z. You you know drags his son into it and in this drags his son into the different ways in very different stories but I just found it interesting that this movie has a very real parallel with with losses e both written and directed by James Gray Have you seen I have not it's one that's been on my list of movies to watch and I just for some reason can't get around twitter yeah. Just keep I just keeps I hadn't I hadn't either it took me forever to finally watch it and I was just like in the lead up. I was like because because honestly I this is probably a good moment to talk about that. Where are you a fan of. Any of James Graves other work to be honest miss with you. I the only one that really comes to mind is ad Astra like unless I am blanking on some other movie that that I I don't know was his. I'm currently looking at up now because I think I may have seen another one of his movies and not even realize that I did see it but I don't think I have seen any other of his movies yeah to be honest with the only ones I'd ever seen up until this point where two lovers and we own the naive and I didn't really like we own the night and two lovers. I don't really remember very well. It's just one of those movies I know I saw a long time ago but I hadn't seen any of his other movies and so that's why I like leading up to this. I was like I got to see at least one of his other movies and and hopefully like it before where I walk into this movie that like this big big giant sci-fi movie director like seemingly out of nowhere it gets to make a big giant sci-fi movie with Brad Pitt there must be a reason and Yeah Oh oh yes I ended up watching La City Z. The week before this came out and I was as I was watching. I was like Oh my God because I kinda got an idea of what the movie was going to be. We from the trailer that Astra and I was like wow this seems very similar to what I'm about to see in Ad Astra then sure enough it really followed through with the actual full movie but yes I just found that that parallel very interesting and I would recommend law. City is the for anyone who hasn't seen it so it's on my list absolutely well. What do you got for your next one the next one I have two more that you're where the next one is the movie. I reformed nine now. That was the movie starring Ethan Hawke came out last year and so that movie movie deals with a person who at the beginning of the movie is shown as a calm character a poise character as the movie goes on and certain situations thrust upon him he begins to question things he begins to doubt himself he begins to change and adapt to certain situations and that's exactly how I feel Brad. Pitt's character is in this movie when we first meet him in this movie and Brad Pitt David make a point to say his resting heart beat rate is not just to show that key is calm. He is collected. There's nothing that conveys.
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Tension Brad Pitt Oscar worthy performance. We'll get into his character Roy McBride I gave it an eighty seven out of one hundred. There was a a little bit missing for me for this to be something beyond great but I still really enjoyed ad Astra. It was really awesome ninety one obviously like did I think I'm assuming chosen are- lower will figure that out but I think it's like an old school ooh Greek myth type storage kind of packaged in with some really cool audiovisual shit. It's like you said as a visually absolutely stunning and I think some people kind of disagree disagree about the pit performance I thought that was amazing. I totally agree Oscar worthy performance and it reminded me a lot of Gosling bladerunner twenty forty nine and I think people will discount like they think acting like robotic emotionless as easy. It's really not it's it's very very hard especially in the role where you're supposed to be like this motionless in this like nothing behind the eyes and you also have to have emotional moments in the emotional moments he had in this movie. They really fucking hit like e need nailed it and Tommy Lee Jones Jones is like not in this a ton but if you like every second he's in the movie as Holy Shit. Tommy Lee Jones can do that like he's really really really great and I think he'll get a supporting pudding actor nominees should and it's I think it's definitely not everyone's cup of tea like this is going to be audit. All exactly like this is a movie where ah even I can't get in the office says the worst movie saw in the year Mike I understand people saints. This isn't one of those ones. I'll die on the hill of saying Oh you're just wrong if you don't like this. I know it's definitely one where a lot of people won't like it but I do think as an objective like art form as far as movies goes in this goes with almost all James Graves movies it is it's fantastic. It's booking gorgeous. Now I agree I I gave lower but it's eighty five. I mean I'm I'm right there with you. Guys I so the one things like seeing it by yourself but this is a very lonely movie and this is a movie isolation in that's one of the big takeaways with the ending yeah the movie I think but you know when when you see by yourself you walk out of the theater like you feel lonely you you you feel kind of like a hopelessness or I don't know how exactly way to describe it and it does a good job of putting Brad Pitt in a character that I think allows you to take in the environment and take in the setting without without having anyone like acting enough to to really take away from that now. Whether that's a plus or minus is up to you to decide I thought it played very well into the movie which was was gorgeous shot like a great we never talked about colors but like great use of colors in the color blue especially like near the end associated blue blue like sadness and all that stuff like that but I thought it was beautiful and allowed the other stuff that like I wish we saw more of this movie was like I can't get enough of off planet colonization colonisation and moon bases in societies having airports and Shit in on the moon and on Mars so it took those boxes for me. I I really enjoyed it I don't I don't know you know I thought Brad Pitt was great. I don't think he was. I don't think he was asked to do anything but job here and that's fine but I thought he did it really well see I disagree that you didn't like the emotional moments the super super emotional parts I liked him. I know like I'm saying that you know that it's not that. There weren't emotional moments. It's just that this this performance. It's like it's a very basic story. It's it's like you're saying it's almost like a Greek Odyssey right like a hero's journey or if I'm describing it that well it's like you know ah somebody has an objective they go from one place to the other they grow at the end of it and I thought he did that very well. I just don't think there is anything that like anything. That made me think that this was the best work that Brad Pitt's ever done and I think that's that's all that's on fair. When you have an actor like Brad Pitt you're constantly wanting them to outdo themselves and they put up against these unfair standards and I'm admitting to like a hold them to that but like yeah I thought he was fine like I don't they use buddies great okay but like it just wasn't mind blowing so I know we just disagreed about this in once part time in Hollywood but I thought that about his performance in that movie like I thought he was destined like literature? Do Your Voice that you do in every movie into your character that you do at every movie. That's your role and that's why I didn't think thousands of president this this was because this was totally outside of his normal comfort zone and I thought it was incredibly well done his part especially because it's like you're saying it's a movie about isolation in like he really is the only in character you get to know like in that is with purpose on James Gray's part like one feel like at the empathize with him and feel only alongside with them and so you're the only he's the only person you see throughout the movie and even then like you don't feel like Oh. I'm getting too much Brad Pitt right now. You're like Oh. I feel like I'm part of this journey with him and I think that's a very hard hard thing to capture and I think he did a really good job of it. Yeah I mean I'll give you a specific of like my favorite scene with him and this one is let's get. Let's get into okay. We get into spoilers so I think I think my favorite holiday let me let me give them the pause plus okay boy here right back into spoilers. If you don't want want Ad Astra spoiled skip ahead right here to avoid spoiler for ad Astra skip to one forty four thirty normally here talk about guys Grocery Games and I'm going to do that but I'm more of a somber new unfortunately earlier this past weekend Kara. We's WHO's a judge in the show on food network celebrity chef. Ye Tragically passed away. I just Kinda wanted to send a on behalf of the whole pod or face the best out to Carl's family very very sad. He was fantastic on social media in on food network very funny. Everyone loved them talked about him in just a a pretty great chefs. That was disappointing news I just wanted to send the best out there rest in Peace Carl all right. Take it away so I like my favorite scene in the movie in where I thought I like Brad Pitt the best probably is my favorite scene because of that is the babboons seen the Babylon ship. Is that how you describe it station station yeah very unexpected didn't didn't really know that was going to happen but like it goes goes from being a very tense scene but it's a very tense scene where everything is just almost in daylight. If you think about like tension two movies a lot of it's created by lighting so stuff darker or you know late no way to make it like this is just straight up just on a space station light pouring in very well L. lit in their crawling through these claustrophobic corridors and he comes upon What was the name again was a captain I forget but there's someone getting they're facing facing off of their helmet off by baboon shoots the baboon and then he goes to tape up the helmet and I I really liked that because it was kind of like this I don't know as like a quiet it desperation and use very stoic in the scene but he also played in a way that like kind of grasps the horror of it and even the after math of that that where as they have like traveled to space and able to get to Mars and all these things like debt still is always on the horizon and there's still still something you have to deal with in space at that was I thought that was extremely well done in my favorite scene in the movie and I I enjoyed Brad Pitt in that one in some of the other ones like maybe it wasn't necessarily Brad Pitt like just his journey where he's by himself like? Did you like that right like that was something you specifically thought he did a good job at you're talking like the final leg of the journey to yeah yeah to to go go to his dad that part. I don't know I it kind of this movie. I think we're took points off or does the phone to alert cliches like the space journey part where like you're going psychotic on the long journey that sort of fell into that and also also the ending to this. I didn't think it was a particularly strong. Ending is a very like this is exactly what I expect to happen and it happened like almost to a t. like the fucking even which I'll that's Kinda where my one issue but I'll get to that in a minute yes so that's we're kind of. I saw maybe you can see why you think that that's seen that would stand out and but for me like that whole leg wasn't as impressive as some of the other stuff I thought very particularly on the part where were like Brad Pitt and Tommy Lee Jones fine start interacting and you see how a lot of his like tendencies kind of fell onto Brad Pitt's character like they show flashback scenes where it's a Brad Pitt talking with live tyler she goes to make it back past and just touch him on the shoulder older and he recoils and when Breitbart goes to touch Tommy. Lee Jones like my dad were going. He like recoils and like you kind of realize that whole thing like you know made them like commission isn't as important as like family in the humanities. Social existence shouldn't be to try to find extraterrestrial life. Its existence to be humid like we are who we are we we are you only have to be something we focus on as opposed to like looking outward. You look inward very cheesy but like its same time like I think it was done very artistically well and it just really just blew me away a lot but it's again. It's one of those things like Las Z. I would never recommend to like almost any of my friends unless they're really into movies but it's the same sort of Yes yes. It's fucking beautiful to watch. I know people won't like it. Which which is why James Gray I I respect James Gray so much like this guy has a fucking vision and he goes out there and he just delivers efficient? It's not going to conform to what what what like the mainstream might like more because this movie big critic rating Lower Audience Rating uh-huh on both metacritic and I think it's more drastic and rotten tomatoes drastic on both so my my thing you you mentioned the ending Ken Jack He he goes on this journey to find his father. You finds his father's. Father's is fucking children that space station dear I Tommy Tommy Lee Jones has grizzled and he's definitely out of losing it and like that's it. He basically says go fuck about him right. He just doesn't care about him essentially leanings. I know Dan in it. It's an emotional scene but here's my issue with the characters that I think the brilliance of how like but what's what's what's the worst monotonous has character is at the right word like he's like STOIC. He's a very easily yeah. What's what's so impressive about him is that you mentioned that like that that balloon seen guys get fucking facing by by baboots minis used and he's on the moon? He's getting shot. What does that seem to maeve getting chased the moon an incredible specially an I max big time I max movie his his demeanor and his how calm he is just play is played up so much and you're like Holy Shit this guy's your tents watching it and you're looking at this guy who is intense? Stop at all. He's just fucking living any able to get through it except for one moment and that's where he loses it after he makes contact with his father and that's good to me I thought like which which which I love that contrast I like all this really fucked up. Shit messes like doesn't mess him up but something as simple as that connection with his father and not knowing. What did he reach out? He must've said something back like that gets him going and that's where for me and maybe it's something I'm missing and if I miss something like feel free to be like hey you big dummy. You missed miss this part but I I didn't see the part that would have allowed him to react like that in the recording booth or when he left a recording booth and then twenty.
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on Double Toasted
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You know making deals and Shit. I can't really I can't really you know myself away from my business to help your lasers. Please please don't make me the asshole here you'd be there so of course it's actually Kinda fun trying get chat doing looking apron black holes and everything yeah this is at margin sure pads. That'd be against a galaxy of Paisley. That was the case mark on my shirt today. I like his shirt very nicer got on oh. Let me see Oh. Oh let me see what we get right here right. Should we do this now with the bag or do yeah. I'm I'm I'm curious. I can win people about to get into the review lesson. People come up here but young Andrew they from again L. Annoy Illinois Young Andrew from Illinois. What are you got the this? 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Yeah I need those stigmas. Oh let's see here and ad supporters with your subscriptions support us with your donations in your ears you listen to us and believe it or not just sin back on your ass asam listening to us and helps out too because we're on the soundcloud and Mr Soundcloud has been very nice to us the days also on apple podcast items and he's still at this somewhere and Google Google is doing sound google sound yeah google making some kind of noise voice wherever they do podcast with their toe you wanna be booze shouldn't read it on tonight into late. I got a little bit bit. Put a little bullshitting there. Let me see so oh at this movie made the Festival Rowdy Air by talking Brad Pitt in space here by talking about Saddam to follow shot him to the moon and he's out there looking for is looking for dentists. pappy sued daddy their Mama told you yeah he went up there milk and never came. Hey Big oh boy year Brad Pitt Brad Pitt big daddy issues across across the galaxy because he plays an astronaut in the future the future and it turns out you know he probably thought it was allowed. These zero where my dad is on the moon not for real my waist. I've never told me my data ran off to turns out. His father was also an astronaut working on project object. Lima turns out that even from in play by Tommy Tommy Jones and I got to. I think this happened for Tommy. Jones is so angry you see Tommy Tommy Lee Jones. Don't don't laugh or smile. None just just just grumpy all the time. I just like the real Tommy Josie. Oh Shit. There's I twitched man this crossover. It's killing me check. Oh we're going to do only turned into but even from across the galaxy even from Light Years Away Tommy Lee Jones is still found a way to fuck up to Earth like Jones is so mad that he would go to the ends of the galaxy just to get away from everybody. Instill fuck up the planet. You know the people look it up in. This space isn't an asteroid knows Tommy John just a rock bass. Get off my plan. uh-huh I thought we minister as well. He's coming back but no they sat him into space and Thurs that Brad rapids father played by Tommy. Lee Jones is so angry and grumpy and crazy that he's sending way he's from across the galaxy still destroy the planet killing thousands of people people killing thousands of people in so NASA whatever equivalent of that is in the future of the military the military arm space for they actually did get to war but we're going to kill the Rabbit Brad Pitt and his Galaxy Rangers but they look at Brad Pitt and they say man okay. We'd like to get his ruckus. You go go to Mars and talk to your go and tell him to quit fucking with us. We don't care if he doesn't come back in fact keep as this still him calm his ass down and of course Brad Pitt is like well. You know what I've always. I want to see my old pappy anyway. So is a bonus. You know you send me up there to talk to him. I get to be reunited with my Daddy. And what other father-son reunions have. We've seen where they actually say. The earth is a good deal for everybody. It's quite the space adventure issues. Let's go ahead and take a look at the trailer regular. A lot of people are saying that this movie is you go buy. Some of the people that saw at the screenings at festivals is saying that this is a modern day classic ethic already easily one of the best movies of the one of the best moves of unions not even out in theaters as of right now. Let's go and take a trailer ad Astra and we'll be back with our review. probiotics is by the most such as American include in thinking about. I do what I do because of my dad zero She gave his life pursuit of knowledge over. It's crazy out there fires. Here's everywhere and plane crashes calling the search major. We have some highly classified information looking tell us about the legal.
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on Core Confidence Life
"Potter series citing fear of conjuring evil spirits an email sent to parents by a reverend at saint edwards catholic school perish said the following in part these books present magic as both good and evil which is not true but a clever deception said the reverend the curses and spells used the books are actual curses and spells and when read by a human risks conjuring evil spirits into the presence of the person so so said the reverend and folks <hes>. I'm not making that up that comes from news ten in columbus ohio <hes> also find and also on the show notes here on core competence life episode sixty three just go to jail podcast dot com all right. Well you know a while ago. Maybe like many months ago we did a program here <hes> and it was titled how to disagree with somebody without being a prick about about it and our guest at the time chris tatum talked about how to have conversations with people that you would disagree with in other words <hes> agreeing agreeing to disagree and discussing things in a civil manner without name calling without talking about your or your data all right all your shoes learning how to have constructive conversations with people that you disagree with and in today's politically polarized arised world that's very important and so in the show notes if you wanna go back and listen to <hes> disagreeing with someone without being a prick about it you know feel free over at c. L. podcast <hes> dot com. You ever notice yourself tuning out people you disagree with and only hanging around around people that <hes> confirm what you already think you know. I was noticing what i was doing. When i was watching a recent debate i was watching c. C. span by the way. I love c-span that's right. I love c-span and i was watching a debate between conservatism and libertarianism harry anisim. I'm not either one of those things. I am a registered independent. I am not part of a name brand <hes> political <hes> thing bob <hes> <hes> but i was noticing what i was doing as i was watching this debate. If i disagreed with what somebody was saying i notice is myself tuning them out. Meanwhile when i agreed with somebody i notice myself zooming in and so i- counterbalanced this tendency that i had and made myself listen more intently when i disagreed with them <hes> and so i came away from that debate you know having disagreed with both sides on any issue interchangeably <hes> but really thinking that you know both sides really care about these issues both sides really wanna find solutions to problems they just have different aren't ways of doing so and different ideas and they use different data to back up their ideas but we're all just human trying to make it trying to understand what's going on around these parts and so it's important to listen to somebody <hes> and try to understand what they're saying underneath what they're saying you don't have to agree with them but try to connect with them as a human and so the topic of religion and spirituality is fraught with the same things you know the old saying we can't talk about politics and religion right dawson the no no well. It's unfortunate that those might be to know knows for many people <hes> but on today's program we're going to have a spiritual spiritual version of how disagree with someone without being a brick about it because on the program we have podcast her <hes> robert solomon <hes> an me and we're getting together and we're talking about our respective. <hes> spiritual beliefs robert solomon is a christian and i identify myself as a holistic spiritualist and so we're going to sit and have conversation about religion spirituality and where we get our moral all compass from and i'm also going to ask him a little bit about <hes> christianity and what keeps him christian even after he studied many other her <hes> faiths and we just have a great civil conversation. I also appeared on his show continuing the conversation so oh of course this show page is going to be chock full of stuff <hes> we'll link to the interview that i did on his show as well but here we go robert solomon and dennis r sum l'an discussing religion spirituality and moral compass in a civilized non non prakash kind of way. The solomon is a fellow podcast. Good goofy good morning good good afternoon good evening mr solomon. Hey good evening good morning. Good afternoon to everybody. Who's listening. <hes> thank you for having me on very the honor to be on the show and to have you here. We were talking so much before. I hit the record button. It's good enough for a show in and of itself but you don't get the here and so tell everybody just bit before we go forward. What kind of podcast do you do. What kind of podcast are you well. Let me tell you what kind of porn casting i am so what i do is i run this uncanny earth. It's on speaker so you can go to sprint dot com backlash this uncanny earth and it will take you to do a podcast all about the paranormal supernatural the metaphysical <hes> spirituality esoteric all the really really interesting stuff off we got conspiracies to the stuff that keeps folks up at night and and looking out the window and taping up their windows so the men black don't come and get you and mom talking about will smith and tommy. Tommy lee jones now. I'm talking about some real folks there and you can check out our our our show on that but <hes> but that's what i do and i love doing it all right so spirituality is a part of your show and it's a part of my show so what up what up with this spirituality thing what is that what does spirituality i think think spirituality <hes> at least to me is defined definitely by each person and it's all based on how he grew up what we think. We feel how we've lived. Our lives how we live our lives. Today you know spiritual could be something as simple as hey. I don't wanna walk onto that ladder because as bad luck i i don't wanna walk under a ladder because it just seems like a really poor decision if something would happen <hes> and it could be something as serious as you know when my when i die when a priest who form last rights you know it's it's it's all of that and more it's not it's not something that can be just contained. You can't just say my spirituality is the the same as every other person spirituality and before we <hes> before we went live here. We had a fantastic conversation about that and <hes> but like he said you won't get to hear that. I guess not <hes> but you know how do people come to a believe what they do because you know we all believe in something even if we don't believe in whatever else believes in we all believe in something and what is that in influenced influenced by and how do we i'll know because i you know i grew up in a in a <hes> you know thankfully two parent household and and my mother was a devout pentecostal <hes> my father was an atheist and my mother was a devout but i also in my house onto the big the giant three story house you know nice and my aunt and but she was jehovah witness so i actually got exposed to both of those things it's <hes> at an early i went to the kingdom hall and the pentecostal church. I went <hes> on these field serve. They call them feel services where you just go knock doc on people's doors. I'm sure we all know that about that. <hes> and i was around that <hes> and then as i got older <hes> my kind of moved away from that that and started to explore <hes> different ways of looking at spirituality because it was something about i also went to a bible camp when i was a kid to toss that in there so i was very exposed to the christian belief system but as i got older it just <hes> i just didn't needed to look at other all the things they were things that just weren't resonating with me in that systems and i started to explore that <hes> and moved into buddhism <hes> and then eventually you just moved into what i call holistic spirituality which is we can get into down the road but the you go so what was it like for you. <hes> i also grew up in a two parent household like you said thank goodness. Thank god <hes> and for me it was you you know my my folks have always been christians so by default i believe the same thing and we went to i mean we went to a bunch of different churches growing up i remember going to it was mostly baptism mostly what they call free will baptists and <hes> anybody that's ever been to a free will baptist church. There's usually a lot of yelling and <hes> a lot of guilt tripping <hes> involved in that and then i went to a church that is is kind of notorious now <hes> it's called the grace cathedral in akron in ohio. <hes> ernest ainsley was the reverend there and he would lay hands on people and things like that and i that's when things we started to kind of move away from the traditional concept because i started to read my bible and i started to question some things like you know so for instance at this church they would have and i'm sure being a pentecostal if if i if i remember correctly they speak in tongues right. Yes you get hit with the holy spirit and our people speak in tongues and you see the late the old ladies who are in wheelchairs they jump up around and it gets really lively in there yeah to say the least so that was kind of the same basic concept there and people would talk in tongues and they would wail and they will do all this and so i i i would usually read my bible during this time because <hes> i was understood the holy spirit to be <hes> more are they a feeling of of doing something good for somebody of of <hes> helping folks out of being a better person and so when i've seen people you know and they would to me. It sounds like gibberish and i would read doi- they were doing that and i would read and read and i'm like well. Where's the translator because the reason christ gave the power to speak in tongues. 'cause tongues were actually other languages. It wasn't just a bunch of babbling. It was other languages because folks would come to see to to to to actually <hes> learn about christ's learn about what he taught and the disciples couldn't always we speak that language so the tongues were given so that you could talk to people and they could understand it in their language and so i'm reading and said that you're always supposed to have our interpreter translator there for people that <hes> that couldn't speak it. You know if that was to one person will that guy kenner stand okay well what can you can you translate that sure okay well. It's translated yeah so when they didn't have that there and these people like you said they would just it would be like they would flip out. I started to question it then as i say well. What are you doing. What why are you doing this. Do you don't have a translator on stage. That is saying any of this. You just have some people playing hymnals. I'm not like you know. You've got this sort of sad music and i..
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"Dancer is i cannot section your buffoonery uh-huh ever actually amazing. What's actually amazing. Jim carey did not fall down dead on the spot when he said ah through wow yeah it's hard to recover the indigenous groups. I told my buffoonery downs in this series rosalie. Oh surely often i've told many jones would come to the majestic suggesting gumbo jones make this podcast pointing you go do turn it off in a room comedy laptop just comment face ace limbaugh. I like to think he's just gonna use just listening to right now. Just no no toll homema- person. I'd rather watch men in black international. He'd be like what else is on sky cinema ah u._s. marshall. That's a film whose sanctioned. I don't know i'm not a fan about my forever. It does have i gave us. I quote which is amazing gave us a youtube song. Hold me thrill me kiss me. Kill me right song. <hes> what else gives from arose did give us as well gave this. <hes> chicks dig the car which is a little out of character for batman but still go with it. <hes> nicole kidman has talked to chase meridian all all the movies and holy was metal on at least at least you know amongst all jim carey's buffoonery tommy. Tommy lee jones get very reserved to face so restrained. You know what i like jack nicholson did i'm gonna dial l. Vada everything that's pretty good nicholson joker. No no you know you can you can just do buying. Everyone knows that things we least expect it. He'll be going lovely <music>. You're only yeah that's true. We will rise by nicholas. Gonna talk. We've touched on soup. Member turns to buy anything bobby. We've had enough buffoonery. Let's sit you no about all the superman movies that might have been very interesting. I mean i know it's been documented on a million podcast. The whole jumpy is john mechanical spider story but i do think it's such ashamed that superman returns was the movie we go out all those possibles that might have been the supermom fly by scripted j.j abrams road yeah. Even i think even j. would have got the superman vibe. I mean charlie's angels and superman. I see a connection to draw that. I'm another brightly colored very like you know income tax that sort of stuff but i do. The one thing we did miss out on was in ji version religion. I i believe that robert downey junior was actually cast as lex luther. Which was he now says and i i mean i'm like an evil tony stark. I would watch that now anyway. There's <hes> yeah that would have been kind of cool and of course you know nicholas cage in this segment which we they got to see of course in teen titans go to the movies yeah which we haven't talked about enough quite enough. Yeah really is who. Let's start with right math..
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on Animal Spirits Podcast
"Here's a crazy stuff in the book benchmark invested five million dollars in EBay, and this stake was worth four hundred seventeen million dollars a year later when it went public. Wow. What year? Did you EBay go public obviously the late nineties? Yeah. I don't know exactly which one that's wild. So I've got a good story. I had a high school, buddy. Who's older brother went to university of Michigan and lived in the same dorm as the guys from Google, and they were always building technology stuff with Legos? So they actually built a printer made out of Legos for their dorm room that would print their their term papers and stuff come on. Yeah. Got at least one or two of them went to university of Michigan. So yeah, it's kinda crazy how so there was a video I found on the YouTube sticking with Google theme. So Buffa was talking a kid in the in the audience asked. If now is a good time to buy stocks. And he gave a great answer. I will to it in the show notes. Leno's video taken was nineteen ninety nine. But the point is this last week we spoke about how people just love to hate game of thrones. Or for anything? That's like you would think is just accepted as a good idea or good person or good message or whatever it is. So this video had nine hundred fifty six dislikes. Now granted there was like a gazillion likes. But still nine hundred fifty six people hit dislike. We I maybe I'm an internet new here. I didn't even realize you could hit dislike on a video on YouTube. I guess I don't ever pay attention to that stuff. So people are so people gave like a yelp review on this Warren Buffett video, and they didn't like it. Correct. Well, okay. That's pretty good. Okay. So I feel like once a week you, and I talk about the retirement crisis and how they're basically is no solution to it. And what are people going to do? Besides relying social security. There was an article in advisor perspective perspectives this week in it said it's called what critics get wrong about reverse mortgages by weight foul, who's kind of like a retirement expert. And I think he's even written a book about reverse mortgages. Full. Disclaimer, I'm not a big expert on reverse mortgages. I haven't really studied the Tommy Tommy Lee Jones school of thought on that. But he goes over kind of a number of ways that maybe for people who are really in trouble that a reverse mortgage could actually be the way out in a way to really help you manage your finances, and the fact that so much the the biggest financial asset and so many especially middle class households is their home. I mean, I don't again, I don't know how like the fees work on this. Maybe someone can can schools to this. But this actually sounds like it might not be the worst idea for some people that are really in trouble in terms of retirement, and is long as they're okay, not handing over much in the way of assets to their next generation a lot of people may have to do this. So it seems like a topic that could kind of I I'm saying, I'm I'm buying some leaps on reverse mortgages, if that's the thing for retirement people from what I understand the products are much less predatory than they used to be. Okay. I'm definitely seems like a place that could have some. Yes. Some shady people in predatory aspects because you're dealing in such large numbers. But for people who need cash flow in retirement and don't really have much in the way of investable assets in the financial markets. It seems like your house is obviously your next best bet. So anyway, if Tommy Lee Jones, if you wanna come in advert has an animal spirits hit us up. Okay. Listener questions. I'm a grad student in my mid twenties have a.
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Something this morning. But you wouldn't give me any details on it was like, you were a usually you're very upfront with everything with me. But today, you you weren't you said I've got something I've been working very very hard on this. And I don't want to tell you what it is. And I was I was a little bit concerned because you weren't leading me down any sort of path. So I don't know is that something you said you wanted to save it for the air. I wanted answers to a big question that happened on Sunday. And that was the non call in the saints and the Rams game. What happened why did it happen? And how did it happen? That was really good. Like, you could have been one of those guys on. Dateline? What happened? Why did it happen where did it happen? And who's gonna pay guess boomer aside, the answers for you on the feet? Kate of boomer. Yes. Detective booms right knocking. It's a similar visit. It's a really simple problem. There was one guy on the appreciating brew blue. One one man one man it man blew it. Wow. This was not a conspiracy. One man. Okay realize that there are eight officials that are assigned to every single game. Every other seven ruling out as suspects. There are seven officials on the field and there's one replay official in the boom. All right. So those guys test we have now ruled them out of the officials on the field by the referee the buyer the line, judge the down judge decide judge the back judge and the field judge. You got that? I got all the judges. Yes, I've got all these judge as the rap and the judges five judges is often Aref the referee is the head of the crew. A different color hack. Where's the white hat? All right. The referee the empire. Stay behind the line of scrimmage. What are they looking for? They're looking for roughing the passer, they even get it wrong as they didn't in Kansas City New England game. They're looking for side. I mean, I'm holding. They're looking at legal hands the face. That's their job ruin those guys out. We are rolling. Because they have a specific job to do all seven on field officials have specific jobs that they are required to do that is in their field of play. They have to recognize formations. They have to recognize sometimes even recognize coverages could be man coverage could zone coverage. They've been around a long time. Those guys are the best of the best. And that's why they are selected to be a part of these crew. So who's the son of a bitch screwed it up? So the way the saints lined up. They had to wide receivers to the right? Yeah. When you see that from an official standpoint one receiver on the outside is the number one receiver the number one day, the receiver on the inside is the number two receiver you understand number one number two. So the number one receiver is going to be looked at by these side judge. He is the the refer- or the official that is steady at the pylon at the goal line on the right side of the field because we were talking about the right side of the formation. The inside receiver is the number two receiver. He is going to be looked at the back. Judge the official that is standing underneath the uprights. That's him. He's always back their hence the word back. So so the side you screwed it up, man. Hi back. Judge basically have the inside two receivers. Okay. You see that? There's also a back to the right of the quarterback who's in the shotgun. That back now belongs to the down. Judge. John John was the Dan down. Judge the down. Judges the judge or the official that is standing next to the down marker. You know, what down is it the second and third down. Normally he's also looking for off sides or encroach or a legal motion by the offensive line. Right god. And he has the the number three receiver that comes to his side, the number three receiver in this case happens. It'd be the back out of the backfield who is running a route down the right sideline. Tommy, Tommy, Lee Jones, Tommy Lee county Lee Lewis same thing for some reason that down judge not pay attention to his key and his number three guy. Wait a second. We mean for some reason. Blew it. As I understand it. He blew it. He didn't. And that's the guy that Sean Payton Jonet on five hundred. Because Sean Payton knows who responsibility that number three receiver is going down the sideline down judge never made the call. But wait a second. I'm watching it here on CBS sports. That were what's he looking at Dan if he's not looking at that. So we're we're saying we sit down around the five yard line. That's the guy in front of Sean Payton guy. How's it looking at it? The other reason that the side judge in the back judge it not see it is because they are fixated on the two receivers that they're responsible. So they're gonna look over there. Whether there's illegal contact holding our passing a fiercer now even gonna look at the plight. Oh my God. The officials are not out on the field with an eighty inch Samsung and high definition at one guy the down judge standing right there. He's the one that kept the saints out of the not just suck big one. We hear that. Here's the guy here that saints fans, everything that I've gone through ivory discussion that I have had the conclusion that I can come up with this ad that is the guy that missed a call. So these human being in a striped shirt one guy. So that we saw.
"tommy tommy lee jones" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"The typically voters it does not sound like me had yeah this guy with this is great and and and in no country from a old man i just love to him i just love them as as he was sort of naive share deputy and he was like he was he he would say whatever he's thinking out loud and tommy tommy lee jones would keep it closer to the vast i'm not so sure about that he he quietly criticized the out was a pair appears year these 10 managerial over here like the guys with the nice boots and stuff like he was just great and add so anyway go ahead sir well that's why you know my son fuck wad i didn't take chance with the boy stand now the age garrett de a lot of garrett's more than i used to gary anderson's big you're the only garrett back of the day other garrett's near but with my last name you know who graded goal was fun did you ever meet in our dole hunt oh yeah i mean you got half at deal we'd half of dick and most of khan exactly in their carat disaster though can't that was all care the although can't yeah nice that you know off the cuff aaron like bad yeah adherence power that's not the rough one that is good i love that kids i love the kids all i don't know maybe were the eating it out of them but i loved that kids they're in default setting is to take anyone's name make it insulting when you have to think about that as a parent to two thousand eight long discussion pounds on many names that we consider no because then they'll call on yeah exactly yeah on the other hand i i don't know i was like ball they could deal with mees call me crayons that a corolla and it was like i didn't find it inspiring but then also like the guys on the football team just the fact that they burnt a few calories defying my last name i i liked it i think most i'm owes i mean look is your name was an atom dealt in here soul thing you don't know like we had a chick name allah and she's all heavy said and i used to say liu smell and you've got a belo likeable full ajello.