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"Acts Chapter One. Is really cool and really confusing not for us, but. Certainly would have been for the disciples on one occasion while Jesus was eating with. X One verse four by the way I should have said that sorry acts chapter one verse four in IV, twenty eleven. On one occasion while he was eating with them. He I'm sorry I can't skip over that phrase, but I didn't plan on one occasion. Not a special occasion. Just, just any old Sunday morning. Any old Monday afternoon. You know on one occasion. He would give them the instructions that would really explained to them his kingdom in a way they'd never seen. Any David the greatest promise of the greatest gift that they would ever. That they would ever know. Okay on one occasion. We'll have to go a little faster than this if we're going to get through it on one occasion while he was eating with them. This is Jesus eating with his disciples. He gave them this command. Do not leave Jerusalem, but wait for the gift. Wait for the gift. My father promised what you've heard me. Speak About for John Baptized with water, but in a few days you will be baptized with the Holy Spirit in a few days you will receive the greatest gift, and it's not gonna come in the form of a car. Or House or bonus or something like that? It's going to be the Holy Spirit the greatest come from within. Waiting on an amen. Waiting on the name, and like they were waiting on the Holy Spirit. But then this this, this is the part I want us to jump from today and we have. We have a lot of ground to cover, but from here then they gathered around him and asked him. Here's what they wanted to know. He's speaking about the gift that he wants to give them the holy. Spirit he's already died on the cross risen from the dead. He's about to send to have, but he said I'M GONNA. Give you a gift and you have to wait, and then they gathered around. The Nasscom Lord argue at this time at this time. Going to restore the kingdom to Israel. At this time. Somebody, say at this time. At this time he said to them it is not for you to know the Times or dates. The father has set by his own authority. But you will receive power. Here's the guarantee you will receive power. When the Holy Spirit comes you, and you'll be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and all Judea and Samaria and to the ends of the. Word of the Lord Be. Somebody lift your hands in the chat to say I'm ready to receive them I'm ready to receive both hands both hands. I'm ready to. receive it. Oh, by the way I almost forgot. Shout out to my fifteen year old son Elijah be fertig. The Be stands for beats. He's A. He's a beat maker. A producer do the DASH is youtube and I'm sure he would appreciate a subscribe happy Fifteenth Birthday to my oldest son, the one who changed my name to Daddy. And then change to get the Dad. I'll never forget the day. He dropped the D. y. off the it was a it was a horrifying moment. And just even saying my fifteen year old son. Do you know how? How are cake? That makes my bones field. My knees started hurting I just felt like automatically old when I said I was feeling sprightly, and then all of a sudden, I started feeling saggy. Let's say I have a fifteen year old son, but his birthday was yesterday, and I love him so much, and he's watching right now. He better be if he wants to use his own this week and I'm to quiz on the sermon. He's my number one conversationalist. He's my workout partner. Now he's strong. The be stands for beasts to down there when we're working out together, and we have a good time and I love talking to them about my sermons. He is a great blessing. Blessed. Chris. You didn't say Amen, and you have a couple so I'm worried what's going on at the house. Do you need? Children are a blessing amen. Amen, and when you getting ready to have kids, they give you all kinds of advice. We were talking about the birth of the Church I was talking about the birth of my first born son, but. When when you're having your first one right since you don't know what to expect at all, the experts come out of the woodworks telling you how they raise their kids. They don't tell you that that one. They're telling you how they raised and giving you advice based off of Winter Rehab three times, but they just start telling you all this advice, and they'll tell you. Oh, and they'll tell you perfectly. They will prescribe for you perfectly. Kids our blenders. And like you can put them together and plug them in and. They were telling us with Elijah the whole time. The put him on a schedule. Put Him on a schedule. You WanNa do. You WanNa. Do what we did with our kids. When we were your age, and now our kids are grown, but. What was really helpful for us? Just really helped us establish. Just. And it's very good for the child is good for us. Just put them on a schedule. I and schedule. Elijah was. UNSCHEDULED LEVEL Is that a word on schedule. If. 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You know I set aside time to study right, and then I'll just sit there and look at the Bible of five bibles, and spread them out, and none of them make any sense, and then while trying to go do something else, and I got something else going on within the sermon will just come. You know walking through the door like hey, here. I am I. Don't care the a date night. How many movie theaters have we been trying to have a date on a Thursday night? And I'm like I'm sorry big. You have to tell me what happens to Tonya. Harding on the ice skating movie. I gotTA write this down. Real quick because the sermon does a check my
U.K. epidemiologist radically lowers his predicted coronavirus death toll
"R. Neil Ferguson is an epidemiologist and he's been outspoken for weeks about the virus and how bad it can how bad it can get and you site early on he said unless and until it's possible we're looking at over half a million deaths in the U. K. most recently I think within these last days the same Neil Ferguson acknowledging that adaptation is in place and that people have changed their conduct so that the virus does not spread well in LA he is now made remarks saying well what we have now could bring in the death toll well under twenty are under twenty thousand that's way put it now that's a dramatic change from science in a period of weeks from a half a million to twenty thousand I am not either number is acceptable however that's that trajectory suggests that bores and seven could be caught making the wrong policy decision when science switches on and how is it done with what I know it's been a a very well reported story about the imperial college being not so gloomy well you have to be careful I I think with how you interpret your professor Ferguson's your updated system it's on that because remember that the estimate the you know more than five hundred thousand Britons with Tonya Harding you know if nothing were done to check the spread of the disease yeah my understanding is that they haven't really replace that but what they've said this is actually the measures the government has put in place in terms of the social distancing and also in terms of the more recent lockdown might actually be effective at slowing the spread you know I think this is important because it is a fast moving situation in so many records I mean first off it measures the government has taken in the individual people are taking in terms of hand washing or social distancing you're going to have an effect on the spread of the disease of the of the the screen with the places on healthcare systems and the ability to treat people the longer read away the spread the more prospect there is what people could benefit if we find treatment for it so I think the American in terms of this policy for networking built in the column it's important to understand if you're appealing to science to justify a particular policy finances often going to be a moving target here are over it's going to be that element of a political decision making that you won't be able to get out of the spot if you wonder what the scientists
"tonya harding" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Ice at full speed and suddenly you're skate goes perpendicular which forces you to stop moving going forward all that momentum hurls you up into the air while hanging mid air you spend your body around three and a half rotations in less than a second. Finally you land on the foot that you didn't use for the takeoff and you come down with immense force more than four times as your body weight if this was to be Tanya's file shot then. She was shooting for the Moon in February. She headed to Minneapolis Minnesota Minnesota for the nineteen ninety one. US Championships after placing seventh in last year's competition addition Tanya wasn't on anyone's short list of contenders but there were whispers of Tanya's ambitious plan rumors of her scheduled triple axel so when she stepped onto the ice it was a softer Tanya. She'd grown out her hair. Her costume was more demure mint green instead instead of the electric colors of the past. Though of course Tanya Being Tanya she also set the final section of her routine too tone folks wild thing her music started and she pushed off the ice. The triple axel was scheduled as the third move in her program in the first sixty seconds of her four minutes on the ice her fate would be sealed. First set of camel spins then triple Lutz. And then the ring collectively held their breath would she land the triple Axel reporter. Christine Brennan described the anticipation. One of the reasons season. Skating has always been so popular on. Television is because there is that unbelievable moment of decision. If you go up for a jump jump in come crashing down and you're on your hands and knees it's over. There is no second free throw. There's no third strike. There's no no fourth-down it's over. But it wasn't over for Tonya. She landed the Triple Axel and she absolutely nailed the the rest of her program which included six other triple jumps. The judges awarded her eight five point nine and even a perfect six point. Oh not only did she make history but she won the entire competition. She was the United States champion. A few months later at Skate America. She did it again but this time she landed two triple axels during the competition. Another gold medal. Another another record broken. She was headed to the nineteen ninety two Olympics. At first this accomplishment gave Tania incredible momentum in all areas of her life she separated from Jeff Galilee and and filed a restraining order against him in the paperwork. She stated she was afraid for her life. After she learned Jeff had purchased a shotgun she moved into an apartment with a friend and focused on her skating. She started a new relationship with another man who friends described. As having a calming calming effect. She was in the best shape of her life down ninety six pounds and bench pressing one hundred ten. Her coach dody teach been described her as untouchable but by the fall of nineteen ninety. One just a few months before the Games Jeff and Tanya suddenly reconciled she said I know it seemed like I was happy but something was missing and now I know what it was Jeff Ebonite love each other more than ever. We're going to get a counselor and work it out. I know he's changed. I see it in his eyes and I believe in him. I'm going to be married once in my whole life and that's the way I'm going to look at it. I don't WANNA lose him. I really don't but friends and coaches which is worried about the influence jeff had on Tanya. She started partying and smoking cigarettes yet. Tanya struggled with asthma her entire our life her training slept Dodie. Teach me and said it just sort of reached a point where Tanya wasn't focused. Her training schedule was erratic so it was very difficult for her to get ready for the ninety two Olympics at the Games in February Tanya was out of shape and late to the party literally while most of her fellow skaters arrived in Albertville in late January Tanya showed up only three days before the competition started when she got there. She had problems with her equipment. One of her skate blades broke broke off. Tanya later said that the replacement blade was reattached at the wrong angle affecting her ability to land her jumps cleanly which meant. She didn't land her triple axel. Not only did she miss out on Olympic gold. She didn't even place in the medal. Range walking away fourth ironically. Nancy Kerrigan overtook Er for the bronze medal foreshadowing of the close rivalry that would develop between the two women over the next few years but for Tanya what should have been the triumphant pinnacle of the greatest skating season of her life instead became her greatest disappointment as Portland reporter. An Schadt said if you don't win the gold in skating you are an afterthought afterthought so forth feels like four hundred. Tanya returned home defeated but determined women to keep skating. She approached her former coach. Diane Rawlinson and asked her to resume their training. She wasn't ready to give up on her dreams. Dreams of Olympic gold yet while the Olympics are typically held every four years. The cycle of games shifted in the early nineties. After in Nineteen ninety-two the committee started staggering the winter and summer competitions. While the next Summer Games would be held in nineteen ninety six the next winter enter Games would be in nineteen ninety four which meant that. Tonya harding had a second shot at greatness. She had one more chance to to make history. Land Triple Axel on the world stage and walk away with the gold. That one thought consumed her for the next two two years she had to redeem herself and she wasn't going to let anything or anyone stand in her way. Thanks again for listening to sports criminals. We'll be back next week with part a two of Tonya. Harding will see how the competition between Tanya in Nancy Kerrigan intensified in the months leading up to the nineteen ninety. Four Games As both women jockeyed for the gold medal will also cover the dramatic attack on Nancy. Kerrigan and explore the evidence for and against Tonya. Harding's things alleged involvement. You can find all episodes of sports criminals and all other podcast originals for free on spotify. Not only to spotify already. 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"tonya harding" Discussed on Sports Criminals
"Sandra luko who skated with Tanya as a child described an incident. She witness personally in the net-bursting thirty for thirty documentary. The price of gold. She said during the skating competition petition. I was in the bathroom and Tanya and her mom came in their Tanya was having some issues and Mrs Harding just lost her temper and hit Tony repeatedly repeatedly with a hairbrush. It was very very very upsetting to me. Sandra only eleven at the time was determined to protect her friend she approached Diane Rawlinson told her she was calling child protective services. But Diane convinced her not to do it because of course it. Diane was already painfully aware of what was going on. Levinas abusive habits were apparently an open secret in the Portland Skating community but everyone also knew that if CPS got involved and remove Tanya from the harding home her skating career would be over. Aw figure skating is essentially a white collar sport or less generously a snob sport. It's incredibly expensive An time-consuming loan paid for equipment. Ice Time private lessons costumes. Competition entry fees travel to competitions and more. She drove Tonya to the rink. Every morning for practice then drove her to school then drove herself to work. oftentimes for a double shift in in a nineteen seventy-six interview Albert harding estimated that it costs two hundred twenty five dollars a month for five year. Old Tania's lessons in two thousand eighteen eighteen. That would be over a thousand dollars a month just for rink time. In the harding's were not wealthy. People they struggle to pay their bills and were evicted several times over back rent. When Tonya reached the competition level in her early teens the cost burden tripled to come up with with the money? Lavonia maxed out credit cards worked multiple jobs and collected donations Tanya recalled combing roadsides with her mom tom collect bottles and cans for refunds Lavonia dressed Tanya inner competition outfit for School Picture Day so they could use the photos in place place of professional headshots. Every single dollar went into skating sometimes even over food Portland reporter and Schadt. It said that a lot of the time Tanya was skating on an empty stomach Lavonia made a huge investment asman in her daughter and she expected equally large returns. She had the example. Right in front of her with America's Sweetheart Dorothy Hamill Hamel who won gold medals at both the nineteen seventy six world figure skating championships and Olympics soon after she was a spokesperson for Ford and clairol she became the featured star of the ICECAPADES. So in Livonia is wants wants. Tanya was an Olympian. She'd get so many endorsement deals the whole harding family would be taken care of for the rest of their lives. This was their ticket to a better life and so- Lavonia pushed and pushed and screamed and slapped and beat Tanya all in the name of protecting her investment but in pushing her daughter to be the fiercest physical competitor she left her emotionally stunted and vulnerable vulnerable. The abusive dynamics of the relationship taught Tanya two things first that it was acceptable to use violence to get what you want and second that love is conditional. She was only worthy of affection if she was the best so if Tanya wanted to be happy if she wanted to be loved she better be the best no matter the cost no matter the pain.
Mariah Bell, Nancy Kerrigan And Skating discussed on KSFO Morning Show with Brian Sussman with Katie Green
"But now here we have the US figure skater accused of deliberately slashing a rival at the world championships. So here we go again, right? It's taken a few years what to take it over twenty years, but we're back at it. So it American figure skaters been accused of colliding into a sixteen year old Korean rival in the final warm-up session ahead of the opening world figure skating championships in Japan. And that was Nancy Kerrigan after she got jacked in the ne- new figure skating can be so ruthless. Well, you know, think about it. Right. There's a lot. There's a lot on the line. These are all fierce competitors. They probably played hockey at some point. Right. And they work in their whole lives for this. So this is Lim Hyun Soo sustained a gash to or calf as she prepared to compete in the ladies short program at the championships. Her agency her agency, she has an agency. Okay. This is why skating figure skating's at a whole different level. My agency. By agency accused Mariah bell of intentionally injuring me. So again, this echoes the infamous incident involving Tonya Harding and Nancy Kerrigan. Now. Now, it not only is her agent, but representatives they have agents and representatives in the world figure skating representatives acclaimed there sufficient ground now to believe that the act was premeditated. Whoa, man. So here's the way, they're reporting it they were in the official rehearsal period. And. Think about this. What kind of a sport is this? They don't have warm ups ever hersal. You've got agents representatives and rehearsals. So is this really a sport come on, folks? I'll bet they're able to nickname themselves to. Allowed in the real world. But in the real world of sports somebody else nicknames, you you don't have agencies and representatives and rehearsals. Maybe your agency gives you your nickname. Okay. So anyway, here's what they say. Limb was slowly skating on the edge of the rink after completing her turn Mariah bell who was scheduled to hers after Lim suddenly kicked and stabbed Kim's calf. Our limbs calf with their skate, blades kicked and stabbed. Well, those those figure skates do have those little like t- things on the very front. That could hurt. That's right. Now. Mariah bell didn't apologize to limb. After the incident. At instead, continued to rehearse her routine. Ooh. Bad no soul. Kick causes a cut. Well, they're calling it a gash in a slash band aid over it. It wasn't that big. And. I'm looking at that. And didn't apologize. Okay. You think an apology would? Guys, you say excuse me, at least sure if it's accidental accidental. So they believe this is not a minor situation. Gosh, she was treated for injury. She was able later to compete. You're right. It's a band aid. Folks. This is not a slashing gash. Now. She got poked. So she's been accused of bully. Oh, she's been well what they're saying is bell has been bullying her for several months and even launched into a verbal attack
Margot Robbie To Play a Live-Action Barbie in New Film
"And Australian-born actress is reportedly in talks to play one of the most famous dolls in the world. USA's? Chris Barnes has that story. Reports are actress Margot Robbie mckell toys and water. Brothers are joining forces to produce a Barbie movie. Ravi would also produce the film through her lucky. Shop production company the Australian-born star. Earning a best actress Oscar nomination when she played ice skater. Tonya Harding in the movie. Hi tanya. American family. American family
Predicting This Year's 10 Most Popular Halloween Costumes
"Hey, I have in front of me dean from mental floss a website that you can spend hours on getting useless trivia and things in your brain. I love useless things. Yeah. Mental. Plus, you'll love that mental floss dot com. I was actually a great website the top ten list of most likely most popular Halloween, costumes number ten a cow. Cows are solid every year. Nothing more fun at a Halloween party than someone in a costume. That has utters numbered. Number nine. And I gotta say I didn't see this coming Frida Kahlo. Really? Yeah. Frida Kahlo V one eyebrow famous artist from. I never ate a cosmic ferry. Call names what what's that? What a cosmic ferry. I don't know. What a cosmic is. It's 'cause CO as Mick ferry. It's very often. Still don't get here on number seven and Abba inspired dancing Queen. Whereas here they did number six. I don't know what this is EDNA mode. ADD N A M O D E what's EDNA mode? Is it the one from incredible 's is it the little the little lady with John knows his cartoons. Or whatever that you've got to have two kids movies alone. JFK Rowling get this number five of Flamingo number four a warrior from what conduct and not that. What kind of you know, what Kanda from the Black Panther? I wouldn't as Flamingo one year. It's really hard to stand at a Halloween party. Forever. In their front in their front lawn days. Yeah. Right. You're trying to jerk a drink and eat some chicken wings, balancing on one leg. It's hard. Number three is any icon from the nineties depresses me that that's the stalls. You seem like ten minutes ago who would be for the nineties. I don't know. Huey Lewis Benny eighties. Somebody from like full house like a character. I think so the full house characters number three Riverdale character. Number two, the number one most likely most popular Halloween costume this year. Tonya harding. Really? Mental floss don't yell at me. Because of that movie. That was I think benefit the producer of the business shows. He's going as a character from Riverdale? Yeah. Yeah. It is it that that list is data on those crazy kids. I'm going her. Tire website. Now, the entire website Justice, Twitter, the entire social media
Which Spice Girl Did Justin Timberlake Hookup With?
"Harding's mother in the movie i tanya was on hand cheer on harding at the premiere of dancing with the stars last night over not present we're harding's real life husband and her seven year old son tanya says she chooses to keep her son out of the public eye doesn't get a bonus for having her son or her husband in the audience she does get a bonus for having allison janney and the audience does she get a bonus for having that one lady she her nancy kerrigan money for i don't know tonya harding soon reached peak tanya you're you're your limit oh yeah i'm sorry for tonya harding pop culture will consider all references time paul mccartney metallica childish gambino and arctic monkeys are among the headliners of the austin city limits festival in austin texas over the weekends of october fifth and seventh and the twelfth and the fourteenth and this festival will surface mccartney and metallica sole north american festival dates for twenty eight t coachella that's a little bit of competition that's south by south west no the austin city myself blessed already happened earlier this year finally to justin timberlake hook up with a member of the spice girls gt and the rest of in sinker on ellen today during a game of never have i ever the question never have i ever hooked up with the spice girl was asked and timberlake hesitated before he held up a sign that said i have the audio squeal with excitement we don't know what spice girl it was or when it actually happens i who do you think it is let's just play the game oh really i was going to go baby slutty or maybe you know i feel like posh probably like okay thank you for the update honey dirt alert updates at the top of every hour thus get extended dirt alerts at eight twenty twelve twenty and five twenty four hour and now the colleen and bradley show on.
Dancing with the Stars Athletes - Episode 1 Recap
"Dancing with the stars is a special athlete edition so listen to some of the athletes they have tonya harding you accused you know her people are gonna like torch the other people's angelman knees it's happened before as well it has asked performances a guarantee of future results the husband's gone kneecap kareem abduljabbar kareem he did the lindsay arnold lindsay is five foot four seven foot one anyway anyway and very high heels because i saw them standing next to each other and she came up to his mid shoulder areas so must have been intended to stiff on the dance floor is our but he made it last night it was a double elimination so it's a it's a short season jennie finch's dancing she's the famous softball pitcher let's see who else adam rippon the figure skater damon all right so came down to the elimination time and let's get the final call here the couple who is faith is tanya and tonya harding made it barely barely yes she was in the bottom three barely made it that means johnny and jamie artem to leave the competition we lose pora johnny damon former yankee and red sox star johnny damon was eliminated he was dancing with emma slater and the other one is jamie anderson a female snowboarder and shoe was fancying with arte let's just call bar temp says they did the viennese waltz but they only scored nineteen hundred thirty what was damon score here damon score was eighteen thirty so that was the worst adam ripa had ripon eight rippon h eight eight good for rippon all right johnny damon's gone finance our dancing with the stars report i like that song expecting that's why i got into talk radio so i could report on dancing with this is the athlete version this is your up school chancellor richard korans apologizing sort of for his controversial tweeden sheldon seaver selden silver speaks that's outside the courtroom so that's coming up next and you know if you want to win a thousand dollars tune in at seven oh five here on seven ten w arbor right now tune into bernie fighter with traffic halonen michael a crash quickly cleared away inbound 495 heading for.
Will Ferrell Released 'Unhurt' from Hospital After Car Accident
"That the internet has many opinions on that also it's friday the thirteenth today if you're into superstition and all that kinda stuff be wary watch out for jason voorhees he might make a surprise appearance somewhere near you also trending online this afternoon would be actor will ferrell he was injured in a car accident last night in orange county california his suv was reportedly flipped however will ferrell has been released with no serious injuries but it does look like several other people who are involved in that accident remain in the hospital at this time and kim kardashian trending this afternoon because she publicly congratulated khloe on the birth of her baby girl and said that khloe made giving birth look easy also dancing with the stars trending the all athlete version of dancing with the star that tv show yes on abc they announced their cast and tonya harding and adam rippon are among the athletes dancing so kareem abduljabbar dancing with the stars begins its new season on april thirtieth that's turning here at mytalk.
China, Roosevelt and Beer Institute discussed on Mo'Kelly
"White house economists larry cudlow says a trade war with china will not happen we're not running a trade war if you read this thing you'll see this is just a proposed idea nineties happened valleys with executed china has announced plans to retaliate could love says china should be blamed for the dispute risa pint for national beer day april seventh marks the day that beer was allowed to be legally manufactured and sold following a long dry prohibition back in nineteen thirtythree president roosevelt signed the cullen harrison act into law which allowed the manufacturer and sale of beer which was approximately four percent by volume and some wines a thousand seventeen gallup poll found beer is the most popular alcoholic beverage in the us the beer institute said last year directly and indirectly the beer industry employed over two million americans providing more than one hundred three billion dollars in wages and benefits julius later kfi news tonya harding making a comeback with the first all athletes season.
"tonya harding" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Who can we trust i saw this marine gualberto listens donating split five million dollars to the times up legal defense fund more world or is there any sued because people keep their money into the hills in your court michelle what are you going to do with that eighty bucks in the meantime triple congratulations are in order for the kid from comedy central jordan beal who he got a look the 45 key a lovey he got that i'm not gonna win shit look here's it'd be nominated for correcting riding and thus petra for his debut film okay thank you sure for now president trump called get out the best first three quarters of a movie this year margo robbie smell for her portrayal of tonya harding and john on again another angling we see it looks okay who is kneecaps tonya harding have to break to get this spring gasping because i mean they made a movie pilot bestcase scenario i'd be played by jim belushi other exceptionally gifted young actor who is nominated for the first time is timothy shallow may looks like i'm a fucking i want to be here tonight we don't want to earn his team of pop saved the day so timothy is the service small but powerful story called call me by your name which did not make a lot of money fact of the night two of them made more than one hundred million dollars that's a good point we don't make films like call me by your name for money we make them to upset mike pence.
"tonya harding" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch
"Oculus chicken rag associate that go is owed humbly on that hot and spicy this win sour size and then do dip it in the spicy mustered girl anyway omega we did head under say everything on shh okay eto had their we were weight so watching that movie how media construct a whole entire circus to privilege like one side of the story just so they could sell probably m more commercials for the olympics i don't know but it just felt weird and thirty in i mean because i remember that as a kid i do remember the tonya harding thing and i'm glad i saw the movie because it cleared up a lot of things because i thought the boyfriend had had a fucked up nancy kerrigan but but it was a friend somebody they hired or whatever of friends higher alert yeah i mean it's i mean if you read the story but all and what bothered i mean it was it was it was pretty violent like her life and what's really fucked up as i know that they've they glamorized it like i'm sure was even more fun hours even that i said he was the opposite that ganic dumb we accept hit out no way i should like sh on was not true she said that he will be out what they showed i mean i don't wanna get into a but that's that's yeah anyway so and then then i just kept i don't know why i was seeing the sound of music and claire kept seeing in it with me and let's just watch it and we put it on in your mad because you don't like musical i don't like eight of them by the end of our state the he'll didn't like it you want me to like that musical i i don't particularly love that musical badges lover i love the nuns right i love anything with nuns in it that's why you'll leg the movie the of on mobility as as better hat dark habits dark habits and had that's why i love sister action to be so yes so you watched sunday music to so quite a pivotal moment in your.
"tonya harding" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Seven fifty one dean divorce says he sees snow in the forecast of the two inches tomorrow morning today though we're gonna see a mix of clouds and sun a flurry or too late this afternoon a high of twenty nine cloudy late snow tonight down to 24 and then tomorrow morning coding to an inch or two before it's over and a high of twenty eight degrees looking ahead to choose day a high of only seventeen wednesday sunny in 25 thursday forty under sunny skies that will feel nice it's nineteen in belleville eighteen in st charles 20th the gateway arch even was it yesterday when i went out it was kinda sunny and it felt pretty decent out and about a half hour later now or later i went out to feed the birds at a gotten cloudy and it was it had it fell twenty degrees colour i know it wasn't but the difference between the sun and the shade was in credible and so on and of course the wind is the bottom line here and so it could be pretty brutal right now twenty degrees downtown the gateway arch and now in this sunday morning harry ham joins me in this morning we are going to talk about i anya he an interest in it's a perfect the movie for today because this is ice skating weather yes for sure very good we've got the ice festival down at the loop so maybe does go do some i love this i love the loop yeah and i love the festival yes so they'll do some told loops well we're all kind of you know knowledgeable of tonya harding and unfortunately the story and the controversy around her and her boyfriend and bob has kind of belittled in hidden the fact that she was a damn good ice skater and figure skater and she was the first woman to it successfully attempt at triple axel in competition yes now an i think it's happened since them.
"tonya harding" Discussed on Filmhaus
"Dory and then makes judgment calls than than just right throw narrative kind of between the lines and so the the story of tonya harding was that oh she uses redneck like crazy person crazy person so jealous of these things and margo robbie kind of liens into that use the actual interviews the tonya harding she doesn't doesn't sit down necessarily look necessarily the way that margo robbie portrays her but margo robbie as portraying the perception of her into me that the more that's more interesting than just doing it impersonation of someone through this never interesting but the truth is never interest you can enhance the true but there there's a there's a fantastic line in the movie that sort of address is that of like what is truth and i thought that sort of uh as far as those types of movies go where they it is a elaborated version of what are what are you call it like a fantastic version of a reallife does realize boring but i think the tonya harding's or he's actually far more interesting than most of the life because it's insane but they do acknowledge hates movie so some of these are in be wrong because will never know people just inventor untruths and it breaks the fourth wall and kind of plays with the idea that everyone has a different account of the way things went down in those accounts are from thirty years ago and people's memories are are fuzzy them them so it it definitely gives you like a uh exaggerated version of events and i i liked that it didn't really it was trying to humanize tung tonya harding and kind of make us feel sympathetic for her and sir what she went through and how she was discriminated it really didn't make nancy kerrigan much of a character 'cause i was like i was like oh it's probably make her a synthetic character so that way but i thought they did a really good job failure are owns anymore a highly recommend checking out um while i say one more thing rookie like about it uh the they did something is mood that a lotta moves have our time with there's a lot of greed acting without.
"tonya harding" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"For i tanya are tania later on our show we're going to listen tech tonya harding's mother who has the most amazing name that i can't remember right now but she was interviewed you know the big tanya specials on bless night with a new robot said abc y'all two hours all i can tell you is she's tonya harding's marriage he has a son he doesn't have a relationship with their mom knows her her mom citing later in the show but when we come back okay here's some things you just need to know what you need to remove from your car immediately during this cold snap and let's do some of the people through with their oscars and all their statues of winds will be done my talk when a seven one every day join me in talking to me and detainment hey everybody gets chuliang cure for learning our rags and it's the weekend of a lot of people are probably happy is no homework tonight for my kids i can't imagine um you know how hard it is for the child's in the parents to gather when you just can't pick up things in school and how frustrating in his for the kids salaries be taken out go to something special with the reading twitter this twitter that earn when sometimes it is the main it that they don't need more tutoring they just need to retrain parts of their brain that aren't functioning at all levels and that's what learning rx does he it's oneonone brain training through repetition through um salim's through shapes through games they really just how different parts of your brain get up to speed and it all starts with a one hour assessment they've that eight metrewide locations they're just a.
"tonya harding" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Hand they had seinfeld they had friends they add eur they at any number shows did really well on that thursday night block that they had must see tv that's right my sitcom was on and so thank you and they got cancelled at one point and they were put on hiatus in another point and it was really touch and go for some time it wasn't really until the fourth season of that showed that they took all i was so rocky for them absolutely and at one point in time seinfeld entertain the idea of moving to fox and at one point in time he said if they don't give us long term deal or at least for another season i'm leaving and i'm moving on the stand up comedy and i've never doing a said cobb again are you think tonya harding is the jerry seinfeld and now you're going to tie this sucker and i can't wait i'd say that sometimes successful shows are successful because it's the right show with the right cast on the right network at the right time all the stars allied it it works it's not too sometimes that's all the time that's exactly what happens in hollywood absolutely and in the 1990s tonya harding was the perfect villain and the country and the media saw her as a villain and treated her is a villain was a villain and that was pretty much the story lines surrounding tonya harding but times have changed and i'm telling you if you were to watch television now who were the who were the top shows who the task tag it's all antihero it's dexter aides breaking bad it's nurse jackie the antihero is now the protagonist k your go ahead thai harding is the antihero and tonya harding to me is also a victim okay to you and i have to say you're a great uh debater because you're sitting in front of a person who i've never met tanya but i know nancy and i know thai babylonia i know the skating world she's she is a villain and still is but hollywood is glamorized her to make her look like a victim and everyone's buying it and i'm not buying it it was a great movie and.
"tonya harding" Discussed on The Filmcast
"Oh boy nantes were with the unbia they know so what can you tell us about tonya harding entrepreneur tony heard our new her bodyguard a thousand the trailer for i tanya the newest film by director craig jill sp was written by stephen rodgers going read the plots of me from and to be competitive ice skater tonya harding rises amongst the ranks of the us figure skating championships but her future in the activity is thrown into doubt when her exhusband intervenes really really underlying says guy groups so i mean i think the broad disprove saying that the oj the it's like oj simpson's going about his live when disarranged occurrences get in the way right i think that uh v overall events of i tania are wellknown but we will still divide this review into a non spoiler and spoilers section and joy you're one of the biggest figure skating nuts that i know you really enjoy the sport and we follow jewelry on now to be fair it is a splinter we may fainting fanned n i would i want to dig into that a little bit you guys obviously know each other well i don't and i assume our audience doesn't as well i wanna know the roots of that before we even delve into the movie wet how did you become a fan of figure skating did you figure skate yourself how did you where did that come from and tragically bad on the ice myself and i think.
"tonya harding" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"There and and tried to break nancy kerrigan's knee which he came off the ice after a practice round that's where the rural yeah yeah i i ooh and up been i used to live in oregon nancy that nary and there are tonya harding's lawyer lived next door to us vote and um he is he told me something that maybe i shouldn't say on the air bide i'll i'll change i'll change it okay okay this has nothing to do with tonya harding okay okay this tanya that tonya harding thing is the one you're doing that sort of know where that came from a bye let's say that cnn ripe was going to do an arctic was going to do a an interview on larry king with oj simpson and larry king always said we never pay for it of use we'd never pay anybody for interview all right well what they what cnn does do who is they pay o j's lawyer and then oj his lawyer sommow slides the czech that o j so well larry king and cnn never charge whatever you know get money or pay money for interviews sometimes their lawyers get the money and then pass it on to the clients all right we'll have still savings on to you what we do we are doing a tanya icty hongyoo of that's right i that has nothing to do with what i'd just talking about vitamin adhered is as good back into tonya harding i tania ishayev i'd done you more of amy revealing interview with tonya harding thing is fair caught up in scandal open up about the crowning achievement of her forever any also that's right and you know what there was that one moment it came during the us championships back in 1991 that is a partying became the first american woman to ever land a triple axel in competition it certainly made history and it should should have been the moment the defined her skating career a doordie moment that leap into the air followed by the uncertainty of how those razor thin blades will land for tonya harding there's vote by the way they're not razor thin lades uh i don't know if if.
"tonya harding" Discussed on WGTK
"Been listening and portland on cape ham radio for the past six months and i'm wondering there's been a lot of conversation about this up here what you think excuse me of tonya harding and the movie i hanja well it seems like forever the whole tonya harding thing right how long ago was the tonya harding nancy kerrigan deal it's been a very long time so the former figure skater has now been sort of i don't wanna say spoofed as is the focus of that movie of course i tanya and what her life was really like she always denied having any knowledge that jeffco luli her a higher had a hired a man to attack nancy kerrigan before the ninety four us figure skating championships she said she her overheard glue ian others talking about stuff a month or two before the attack but that's it she she said she didn't really know any specifics or any of that kind of stuff just the that there were some sort of conversation right and if you remember what happen harding essentially pled guilty to hindering the prosecution a felony and paid one hundred sixty thousand in fines and served four hundred hours of community service because as a result of that then she was stripped of her 94 title and like i said gosh it seems like four ever and the movie i guess explores a whole bunch of different theme so what do i think of tonya harding i don't think it's relevant now i think that whole thing was insane and crazy and people took sides and some people feel like she was ganged up on and other people feel it was so nutty in crazy an unbelievable that somebody would go after nancy kerrigan for a medal that made absolutely it's as in this one is from bruce who says.
"tonya harding" Discussed on I Am Rapaport
"Tonya the real tonya harding show shows up and then people are pitching well how come nobody mentioned nancy kerrigan well the fokker nancy kerrigan is not there mother fokker nancy kerrigan's movie isn't up for a golden globe but like you can never do right and then like their soul like proud of themselves a while i'm the first to point out that nancy kerrigan was mentioned but tonya harding eternity since a like a little fucking like little pill handed guarded shit fuck is like turns into some pillow fighting flower thrown contests risk messed up paying attention to these more focused wrap ugo they go they will give you a stroke bail this foolishness man you put too much energy into these more focused these are these are little flies man yoga in this is this is this a mainstream shit and then you have other people there were complaining victim sexual harassment victims of sexual assault this this rose mcgowan we've talked about on the i am wrapped were stereo podcast s and this this director asia are genta are gento who you she's been vocal about you know things that have happened her and she's complaining on twitter saying why wasn't invited to the show i can only speak for myself but not only was i i wasn't invited to the golden globes but nobody asked my opinion or or or asked me to sign the letter i'm like this the golden globes yeah you you get a you get invited to the golden globes because you've got nominated for a golden globe there.
"tonya harding" Discussed on The Director's Cut
"Actually i remember i was actually come back from the commercial set and at my agent called and he goes hey i let this movie about tonya harding and he took it just in the breath that he took i went through like seven different thoughts away i'm not looking to do another sports by opic no offence to al movie the weeds hit we had done a sports biopic and then it didn't other biopic and seems so long ago and as you know and then he finishes ends with end with magoe robbie playing tonya harding and housing that is the craziest combination i love my goes work as really familiar with it and had dance that she can do drama in comedy is something that i love to work with and i was hoping that maybe this group would reflect that and then i read the script and it was the craziest wildest ride that i've ever written that i've ever read and it didn't i couldn't find anything to compare it to is i kept trying to find out the movies to to look at and obviously to die for was one of the first things i thought of that you know that nicole kidman and gus van sent that has the the gneration and in the interviews with them but it's very linear and they're all telling the same the building on the same story in this this idea these contradictory viewpoints that never get resolved and then on top of that the talking to each other and talking to the audience and it was just and there was a lot of other voiceover going on and the you there was a two hundred fifty six scenes in one hundred ten pages and i actually worried whether it could hold that because this the energy of it was so much better it actually then complicated even more by adding a breaking the fourth wall which wasn't in the script in decided to bring that in as well so yeah i mean it's kind of amazing you know what i've thought about where i try to think about the movie logically it shouldn't work not altogether it should make sense but it is so uh it's just so compelling that so grabbing that goes beyond just the rip from the headline story it's something about watching us the sort of leader.
"tonya harding" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Her lag really i that's that is nancy kerrigan who is america sweetheart and tonya harding who was like america's sort of cousin eddie over and you know when you look at this what are these i loved about this movie 'cause it's it's not just about that incident it's about her life and when you think about it you know the the ice skating champions for decades were always these kind of perfect princesses right going back to sonya heading and peggy fleming and janet lynn dorothy hamill your beautiful and very princess c and tonya harding w you know her mom sodere costumes that she had those big thick lags and should go out there and danced disease top in a way she should be like a crowd favorite because she was more like america is all the time but yeah they did not i was just that they never do how to marketer and she she grew up in such a cycle of abuse father abandoner and of course jeff gould gillooly her husband iran again in off again lover was you know horribly abusive to her and her mother was just you know one of the worst stage moms of all time and allison janney plays a tonya harding's mother who is just cruel to her from the start but pushes her relentlessly we got a clip here this is pretty deepened the tania's life where things are falling apart and her mother is still on the fringes and she finally kinda confronts her mom did you mean now he's a kid did you ever loved me moving he thinks sonja henie his mother loved her poor you i didn't stay home make an apple brown betis no i made you a champion no one you'd hate me for it that's the sacrifice a mother makes i wish i had a mother like me instead a nice nice get just i than like my mother either so what i gave you a gift he cursed me your monster spilled milk baby oh yeah that's mom that's monitor warmest face that's what i'll say i bet you a champion whose university hill who rates in this movie could get a supporting actress domination.
"tonya harding" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Team spirit isn't it i mean it seems like nancy kerrigan and tonya harding were were just opposed from the beginning and that's part of the structure of figure skating competition the thing that i think uh with the reason that she had so much resistance 'cause tanya with such an outsider in the small what they the sport is supposed to look after lewis and almost um has at ballet type quality to it way you're s you know it it it's incredibly physical incredibly athletic that it should look look like it's it's poetry and tanya style was not that she was very aggressive where the style very physical with it and with outside of the convention she liked to skate easy topic wild thing and and these with these conventions that the skating federation just wasn't happy with and it didn't bode well for them york's one of the questions i had greg about about this film is you have these very realistic apparent interviews with the characters with tonya harding there with her husband uh cetera um were those actually i mean they they seemed so realistic at the time and yet they're enacted of their actors play those parts to what extent with those based on actual interviews with a tonya harding and her exhusband for example a lot of a lot of that dialogue is from the actual in india stephen so the documentary steven rogers out the ryder on this uh thirty thirty um and going for gold and was about tonya harding and he was immediately fascinated by it instead of the search for truth and the play the role of the media and so heat on his own dime tracked down tonya harding in portland and flew up that and sat down for two days and interviewed a and ended with such a fascinating interview that then he decided to go on find jeff glue weights and the two of them having spoken in 25 years many and if you'd jeff and you know found these contradictory points of view so a lot of their stories at almost verbatim in the film and then there's embellishments of costs and and then stuff that we have pulled from you know interviews over the decades that they've done so um you know and then sir.
"tonya harding" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"From wbur boston and npr i'm tom gelatin and this is on point the wack heard round the world brutal assault on figure skater nancy kerrigan weeks before the 1994 olympics there was orchestrated by the ex husband over rival tonya harding the story captivated the nation so did tanya poor abused by her mother and her husband the rags to riches story of an ice princess who was anything but now a new film examines reexamines harding's life this hour on point a big rethink of tonya harding you can join us on air or online what are you remember about the side of tonya and nancy are you ready to see tanya in a different light you can join us anytime ad on point radio dot org or on twitter and facebook at on point radio and in case you knew neither reminder of that story here is a refresher uh some reminders of what we were talking about twenty some years ago first in 1991 at the us figure skating championships in minneapolis tonya harding made figure skating history she became the first american woman to land a triple axel in competition legendary skating broadcaster dick button has the call how whether she will become the first american to attempt to end complete eight triple axel jump we will know that here whether she tries it or not.
"tonya harding" Discussed on Q: The Podcast from CBC Radio
"I know is we have a clip here this is the it stars magharabi is tonya harding it's basically tonya harding's perspective on the whole scandal like you said let's take a listen to us here's all we say time yet tell the truth there's no such thing as true everyone has their own truce come on what kind of frequent person bashes in their friends knee who do that to a friend terrific question so that's a clip from the eitan tanya trailer the story of tonya hardingnancy kerrigan what what making you love this so much i mean first and foremost i really above there was a tonya harding documentary i think it was a thirty on thirty on fox which does a really great job a kind of unpacking the history behind this kind of like media amd up rivalry between the two because tanya hails from a very different background the nancy like nancy was from the fluent family like very like a beauty pageant likeness at the time they pointed that you but tonya like was the underdog and she was scrappy and she came up from like not a terrific socioeconomic reality so they drummed up the media joined up this rivalry at yatta a class war love it i mean oliva class more but i love the movie is about oh my lorde so anyways tanya was involved in this movie like she had she had like she's likes it and she sanctions it so i think it's interesting to get this kind of perspective on this underdog we've really vilnai's in the wake of something that she didn't even do she didn't know about it she admits that up after the fact which was scared for her life for so she says so the thing you don't like this week involves murder robbie who's playing tonya harding in this film in an incident the happened while she was doing press for this film correct what happened so she's on hannele she talking about i tanya which she produced a and that's a massive achievement as we all know and reporters ask about what it's like to be married because she's recently married here and that's a bummer because that's not a question that's usually fielded by male actors our producers of directors but that kind of became the.