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"tracy flick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:30 min | 3 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"The next all of it novelist Tom Perotta has just come out with a follow-up to his 1998 novel election. Yes, Tracy flick is all grown up and things worked out a little differently than she'd hoped. He joins me to discuss Tracy flick can't win. An artist and designer Virgil Abloh is the focus of a new exhibit at the Brooklyn museum will speak about Abloh's legacy with the curators of figures of speech. I'm Alison Stewart, join me for all of it, we face at noon. On WNYC. It's morning edition from NPR news. I'm Rachel Martin in Washington, D.C.. And I'm a Martinez in Culver City, California. President Biden is wrapping up a week of high level meetings with allies in Europe. Russia has been the focus and the president says NATO and the G 7 have sent a unified message. But that message has been overshadowed here in the U.S. by other big news events. Before he leaves for home today, President Biden will face questions at a press conference. NPR White House correspondent Tamara Keith joins us now from Madrid Tam how's the trip gone for President Biden? Well, you know, he has had some success here at the NATO summit most notably turkey dropped its opposition to the application from Finland and Sweden to join the alliance. And The White House says that during this trip, President Biden played a big part in that, he called the Turkish president on Tuesday and talked about turkey's concerns about Finland and Sweden, and he said that this would be a great opportunity to resolve all of those issues so that the two presidents could sit down together and talk about other things at the NATO summit and then that is exactly what happened. The White House insists that there was no sweetener offered by President Biden, though we do know that turkey has been eager to buy U.S. fighter jets and the Defense Department is saying that it supports that. That is something that would have to work its way through the contracting process and Congress would need to sign off. But that is something I am sure President Biden will be asked about at the press conference today. Like were there really no sweeteners? Yeah, yeah. Now while he's been away focused on NATO and Ukraine, there's been a lot happening back home has that affected his trip at all. Yeah, I mean, he has mostly just kept his head down here and stayed focused on these summits. I have been struck by just how little we've heard from him other than occasional brief remarks at the start of a meeting. He hasn't given any major speeches or addresses. He's barely responded to shouted questions. And this trip started and will now end with big Supreme Court decisions first, the Dobbs decision that overturned roe V wade. That happened the day before he left. It has dominated the news, you know better than I do in the U.S. ever since. And there's been a lot of frustration from his supporters that he hasn't said more about it in the last week. And now we know that there are going to be big decisions on immigration and environmental regulations today as he heads home. There was also that January 6th hearing on Tuesday with stunning revelations that really overshadowed that news about Finland and Sweden clearing the hurdle to join NATO. You know, it's been a minute since President Biden's had a formal news conference. What do you expect? He'll be asked today. Yeah, the last major news conference that Biden held, I was actually there. It was in March. It was also at the end of a NATO summit. That one in Brussels. So it has been a long time. This will be the first time that Biden has faced questions that were shouted from a distance at least on what he plans to do now that abortion rights have been overturned. He did set up a commission some time ago to examine the Supreme Court, but he's never said whether he supports changes, like term limits. He might be asked about the economy. People's lives are really being affected by high gas prices and food prices. And some of that is being driven by big global forces. But there was not a lot of obvious or immediate progress on those issues in these meetings that Biden had this week, at least they didn't talk about it much publicly. A new poll yesterday from The Associated Press showed 85% of people say the country is on the wrong track. That includes nearly 8 in ten Democrats. So there is a lot of discontent ahead of the November elections. He could get asked about that and I expect he could even be asked if he still plans to run again in 2024. That's NPR's Tamara Keith in Madrid, tamra thanks a lot. You're welcome. As the war in Ukraine stretches into month 5, things are getting more precarious for other former Soviet republics. Lithuania decided to block some goods from getting into a Russian territory known as Kaliningrad, and now the Kremlin is threatening to retaliate. Lithuania, we should note as a member of NATO, so there is a lot of dangerous potential in all this. And Paris Charles maines is currently in Kaliningrad and he joins me now, hey Charles. Hi there, morning. So set this up for us by explaining more of this territory Kaliningrad and how it has become this source of tension right now. Sure. You know, Kaliningrad is a territory that was seized from Germany and became part of the Soviet Union along with the Baltic nations of Lithuania, Latvia, and Estonia at the end of World War II. Only amid the push for independence of those countries and break up with the USSR in 1991, Kaliningrad became something of an island. Today it's called an exclave that's a separate bit of Russian territory, sandwiched between Lithuania and Poland, which are both of course now European Union and NATO

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"tracy flick" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

NPR's Book of the Day

05:13 min | 3 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

"You know, this is a, I think, slightly more likeable version of Tracy probably for a lot of people. Although the old Tracy is still there, she had one point she talks about have ever been a big fan of vacations. She refers to, there's no impostor syndrome for me, so she still has that confidence, but she does seem to have more self awareness as an adult, but this is kind of a sadder version of Tracy a derailed version of Tracy from her dreams and ambitions. Do you think that's a fair or unfair way to describe her? That is totally fair way to describe her. And I think, you know, there's some middle aged disappointment that is universal. You know, we rarely achieve our dreams in a clean way, and there's always something that we regret. But I think for Tracy, she had such large dreams for herself. In other words, she's achieved a lot. She has a PhD, she is a successful professional. She's an assistant principal at a high school, she's a mom, she owns her own home, but by any standard she's doing just fine, except for her own standard, which was that she was going to conquer the world that she was going to become a congresswoman and then a senator and then an attorney general and then possibly president. So when she imagines her younger self looking at her older self, she feels ashamed. Even though she really has nothing to be ashamed of. But I do think there's this sadness of having betrayed her own dreams. That's how it looks to her. I couldn't help but wonder as I read this since it's such a reflection from middle age on life as we've accomplished it so far, that I think are you 60 Tom if you're comfortable saying. Yes, I just crossed that particular threshold. Which is a big threshold to cross. And it made me wonder how much your own reflections as you age came through in your writing of this book. You know, I'm sure they did. I mean, that is the secret of fiction writing is that you're always in a sense. You know, writing your own autobiography and I don't think anybody who knew me when I was in high school would say I was like Tracy, but I also did harbor ambitions that I felt set me apart. And there's something about this feeling of ambition kind of softening with age. Like you realize that no matter what you achieve, your time is limited, that what really counts is the people that you're closest to thinking of you with love. I think that I think there's some of that, just some sense of, well, maybe there's a little folly in ambition. And that no matter how hard you try, you can't actually achieve your teenage dream because teenage dreams don't really encompass life as it really is lived. Although you're a person who for many outsiders looking in has achieved a great amount of success, written many books, many of those books made into movies. I'm wondering if you feel like you achieved your own ambitions when you look back to what you wanted to be and do in high school. Yeah, that's the funny part of it. I actually have, you know, there is some satisfaction with that. I think what is surprising is realizing as you get older that ambition itself is a bit of a pipe dream. It really, what exists is the dream, not the goal, and achieving the goal doesn't somehow satisfy the ambition..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

NPR's Book of the Day

02:53 min | 3 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on NPR's Book of the Day

"President of the United States, and whether you met her through the movie starring Reese Witherspoon or the book written by Tom Perotta, both called election, she seemed like she might actually make it to The White House, as she headed off to Georgetown university. But in parata's new novel, Tracy flick can't win, we meet flick in middle age. She's back in high school, working as assistant principal. Tom Perotta is with us to talk about his latest book, hi Tom. Hi Sasha. Good to talk to you. You too. Tom, this book is basically a sequel, but it's coming out about 25 years after you wrote the first book. Why revisit this now? Well, you know, I think there were a couple reasons. One is that Tracy flick has become a kind of iconic figure in American culture. Sort of separate from my book. I think because of Reese Witherspoon's wonderful performance in the movie election. And so for all these years since I wrote the book and the movie came out, I've been hearing female politicians being compared to Tracy. You know, Hillary Clinton foremost among them. And we should note here, by the way, for people who haven't seen it, she was kind of in high school this sort of officious driven overachiever supremely self confident in kind of an off putting way. Yeah, and I think she was became a bit of a stereotype of an unpleasantly ambitious woman who alienated the people around her primarily the men around her. And I didn't always love that idea of Tracy. At some part of me really sympathized with her driving her ambition. You know, I think to accomplish anything in life, you have to believe that you can do it. And it seemed unfair for Tracy to be vilified for her ambition. So that was a little part of it, but the main part of it, I think, was the me too movement happened. And I was reading a lot of stories about women like Tracy, Tracy had an affair or an illicit relationship or an abusive relationship depending upon how you want to, what language you want to apply with a high school teacher in election. This was part of the plot of election. Yeah, the book in the movie. It's part of the plot of election. And she was very adamant in the book in the movie that she was not a victim that she had some agency that she made a choice to begin the relationship she made a choice to end it. And that she was just moving on with her life. 20 years later, she's reading just like I'm reading stories in the newspaper about women a lot like her. And some of whom had said, oh, it seemed consensual at the time, but now, you know, I'm wondering if that's the right way to look at it. And she's a high school administrator. And so she would never look at it that way if a teacher she was responsible for had a relationship like that with the student. Yeah..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:52 min | 3 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on The Book Review

"He plays a crucial role in this story, Vito is a former professional football player who went to the high school where Tracy now teaches. And the action of this novel is that Tracy is on a committee that is charged with choosing people to honor in a new Hall of Fame. And the first person everyone wants to honor is this guy veto falcone. He was a star football player back in high school. He was great in college and he played three seasons in the pros before knee injury and to his career. So he had kind of an undistinguished pro career. Now he's a high school football coach, but he's beginning to suffer some cognitive problems that he's pretty sure are related to brain trauma from concussions that he got while playing football. And so he's in recovery, his family's falling apart. He feels like he's losing his grip a little bit on his memory on his ability to just do pretty ordinary things. And he's scared. And he's also on that step in recovery where he's apologizing to people he's wronged in there are a lot of people that veto has wronged. And actually began the book with that idea that there was going to be a football player with brain trauma who goes back to his hometown to be honored and keeps finding himself confronted by people in the past that he had mistreated because it felt like such a really interesting metaphor for this state of masculinity in our culture right now. That certain football players are still honored in our culture, but I think we also see boy that takes a toll on them and there's a sense that these guys who seemed like the embodiment of a certain kind of physical and cultural power are also vulnerable and damaged and even figures to be pitied. And I thought that was a really interesting place to start. And I think Vito almost summoned Tracy because the high school veto is the kind of guy who just drove Tracy crazy. Oh, that's interesting. So you're saying that the idea of veto came pre election SQL idea? Absolutely. Yeah, I was writing this book about Vito and I kept wanting to write it the way that I had written election in these chapters with multiple narrators, kind of oral history style, as you say, a polyphonic book where all these voices are chiming in to tell a story, but I felt like I can't write this book like election. It felt like the wrong thing to do until I realized that Tracy was in this high school and that it was in a sense very much emerging from election and then realized, oh, it's kind of a sequel, though I don't love that word. It's a stand-alone novel that has Tracy in it, but at a very different time in her life. You could read Tracy flick can't win without having read election, I think it'll be fine. But in election, mister M S this football player, Paul, to run because he thinks Paul would be the candidate to beat Tracy because as a sort of likeable football hero. He'll have support across the board in school that Tracy wouldn't have..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on The Book Review

The Book Review

05:57 min | 3 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on The Book Review

"Maybe about ten years ago, there was a sort of feminist reconsideration of Tracy. And people say, wait, why does everyone hate this character? Tom Perotta joins us to discuss the return of a famous protagonist in his new novel, Tracy flick can't win. Eugenics is basically social darwinism. The idea was to have people who are healthy and smart and especially white have more children. And Leary talks about her new novel the found link, and the riveting real-life stories that inspired it. Plus, Alexandra alter has news from the literary world. And my colleagues Greg Kohl's and Liz Harris talk about what they've been reading. This is the book review podcast. It's June 10th, I'm John Williams. Tom.

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"tracy flick" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

WABE 90.1 FM

08:27 min | 3 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on WABE 90.1 FM

"Whole foods market where prime members can get seafood like previously frozen Chilean sea bass fillets and whole foods market All Amazon Prime member offers can be found on the whole foods market app Right now in the city mostly cloudy skies 83° we'll see clearing conditions overnight with lows near 60 for tomorrow lots of sunshine with a high in the mid 80s and a big warmup in store for next week What happens in this economy is everybody's business and we will make sure we know what's going on That's next time on marketplace This evening at 6 30 on 90.1 WAB This is all things considered from NPR news I marry Louise Kelly and I'm Sasha Pfeiffer Tracy flick had big plans in high school She was going to be president of the United States And whether you met her through the movie starring Reese Witherspoon or the book written by Tom perrata both called election she seemed like she might actually make it to The White House as she headed off to Georgetown university But in parathas new novel Tracy flick can't win we meet flick in middle age She's back in high school working as assistant principal Tom Perotta is with us to talk about his latest book hi Tom Hi Sasha Good to talk to you You too Tom this book is basically a sequel but it's coming out about 25 years after you wrote the first book Why revisit this now Well you know I think there were a couple of reasons One is that Tracy flick has become a kind of iconic figure in American culture Sort of separate from my book I think because of Reese Witherspoon's wonderful performance in the movie election And so for all these years since I wrote the book and the movie came out I've been hearing female politicians being compared to Tracy You know Hillary Clinton foremost among them And we should note here by the way for people who haven't seen it she was kind of in high school this sort of officious driven overachiever supremely self confident and kind of an off putting way Yeah and I think she was became a bit of a stereotype of an unpleasantly ambitious woman who alienated the people around her primarily the men around her And I didn't always love that idea of Tracy At some part of me really sympathized with her driving her ambition I think to accomplish anything in life you have to believe that you can do it And it seemed unfair for Tracy to be vilified for her ambition So that was a little part of it but the main part of it I think was the me too movement happened And I was reading a lot of stories about women like Tracy Tracy had an affair or illicit relationship or an abusive relationship depending upon how you want to what language you want to apply with a high school teacher in election This was part of the plot of election Yeah the book in the movie This is part of the plot of election And she was very adamant in the book in the movie that she was not a victim that she had some agency that she made a choice to begin the relationship she made a choice to end it And that she was just moving on with her life 20 years later she's reading just like I'm reading stories in the newspaper about women a lot like her and some of whom had said oh it seemed consensual at the time But now you know I'm wondering if that's the right way to look at it And she's a high school administrator And so she would never look at it that way if a teacher she was responsible for had a relationship like that with a student Yeah You know this is a I think slightly more likeable version of Tracy probably for a lot of people although the old Tracy is still there She at one point she talks about have ever been a big fan of vacations you know and she refers to there's no impostor syndrome for me so she still has that confidence but she does seem to have more self awareness as an adult but this is kind of a sadder version of Tracy a derailed version of Tracy from her dreams and ambitions Do you think that's a fair or unfair way to describe her That is totally fair way to describe her And I think you know there's some middle aged disappointment that is universal You know we rarely achieve our dreams in a clean way and there's always something that we regret but I think for Tracy she had such large dreams for herself In other words she's achieved a lot She has a PhD she is a successful professional She's an assistant principal at a high school she's a mom she owns her own home but by any standard she's doing just fine except for her own standard which was that she was going to conquer the world that she was going to become a congresswoman and then a senator and then an attorney general and then possibly president So when she imagines her younger self looking at her older self she feels ashamed Even though she really has nothing to be ashamed of But I do think there's this sadness of having betrayed her own dreams That's how it looks to her I couldn't help but wonder as I read this since it's such a reflection from middle age on life as we've accomplished it so far that I think are you 60 Tom if you're comfortable saying Yes I just crossed that particular Which is a big threshold to cross And it made me wonder how much your own reflections as you age came through in your writing of this book You know I'm sure they did I mean that is the secret of fiction writing is that you're always in the sense you know writing your own autobiography and you know I don't think anybody who knew me when I was in high school would say I was like Tracy but I also did harbor ambitions that I felt set me apart And there's something about this feeling of ambition kind of softening with age Like you realize that no matter what you achieve you know your time is limited that what really counts is the people that you're closest to thinking of you with love I think that I think there's some of that just some sense of well maybe there's a little folly in ambition And that no matter how hard you try you can't actually achieve your teenage dream because teenage dreams don't really encompass life as it really is lived Although you're a person who for many outsiders looking in has achieved a great amount of success written many books many of those books made into movies I'm wondering if you feel like you achieved your own ambitions when you look back to what you wanted to be and do in high school Yeah that's the funny part of it I actually have you know there is some satisfaction with that I think what is surprising is realizing as you get older that ambition itself is a bit of a pipe dream It really what exists is the dream not the goal and achieving the goal doesn't somehow satisfy the ambition There's always something more It's a bit of a treadmill I think Tom if this book becomes a movie if Tracy flick can't win gets optioned maybe it already has been just as election did Do you hope again to see Reese Witherspoon play the role of Tracy flick Could you see anyone else playing that role I can't you know And when I finished this book I sent a copy to Reese Witherspoon and I told her you know that when I was writing it I could hear her version of Tracy in my head I couldn't really access the Tracy that I had imagined 25 years ago But before the movie oh really Yeah I couldn't I don't even remember what it was like It's happened with other film versions of my work as well When a really good actor embodies a character it's hard to remember what the character felt like to you when they were just words on a page So I was definitely in a kind of a conversation not only with the novel election but with the movie election in particularly with Reese Witherspoon's portrayal of Tracy That's author Tom Perotta his latest book is Tracy flick can't win.

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"tracy flick" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

The Rich Roll Podcast

06:00 min | 5 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast

"Know, just so happens, coincidentally, that I live in California, and I actually commute to D.C. for three out of four weeks of every month. And I happen to be here this week. And if you can come to my house, like one and a half days from now, you can interview with me. And so I'm pretty scared about this thing because I don't know what a White House interview is going to look like. And so I spend the next 24 hours calling everybody smart that I know in my entire life and mining them for wisdom and insight. A good student. And what I could do. The good version of Tracy flick is coming out. And so I call everyone, and I'm like, what ideas would you have? On policy? Yeah, like for what you want to translate from behavioral science into policy. And I have to get like a business suit. Like I just don't, I mean, as a postdoc who's writing a bike everywhere, I only have athleisure. And so I go get a business suit, I have to borrow my friend's car. I don't even have a car to drive to this guy's house. And I show up and it's not at all what I'm expecting. I'm expecting this stiff government bureaucrat. And instead I come in and there's like toys during everywhere and he's got his shirt untucked and it was like a very familiar, cozy home. And his family was super nice and warm. So anyway, sit down with him and don't forget there's no role I'm interviewing for. So the onus is on me to pitch him on the idea of even creating a new role for a behavioral scientist. You have to present some kind of value proposition that would substantiate them hiring you for something they haven't even really thought of. That's exactly well said. That's exactly right. And so I start talking about the different ideas I have and at one point I talk about how the First Lady Michelle Obama's language for her let's move initiative could be improved using some insights from behavioral science. And his response to that is, oh, well yeah, I mean, I know the First Lady and her chief of staff, so we can make that happen. Right. Your head's exploding. What? Yeah. I mean, again, I was in the ivory tower, so to speak, where in my world, ideas went to die. And suddenly this guy's telling me, I've got a translation system for you in the form of you actually working in the federal government and actually getting to apply all these insights that are in your head or out in the field and out in research into measurable improvements in people's lives. And this is happening near the end of the first term. Yeah, so this is actually weeks before Obama's second term election. So I think it was like in maybe early October or something. And so I remember at the end of the conversation, which was so much fun, by the way. I went there so nervous. And then all of a sudden it just felt like this extremely fun kid in a candy shop talking about all these fun ideas and did he give you the job though? How did it? Yeah, so it was very confusing at the end. He said, well, I'd love to keep in touch. And I was like, okay, is that like? Don't call me. I'll call you situation. I enjoyed our chat, talk to you in three years, or I enjoyed our chat, want to give you a job. So I kind of asked for clarity. I was like, hey, so let's just unpack that for a second. What exactly does that mean? In Hollywood, that means I'm never speaking to you. I love to keep in touch. That's a very lukewarm feedback. And so he said, no, here's the deal. First of all, no plans can be made until we find out if Obama wins his reelection in a few weeks. And I was like, yeah, right. Oh, totally fair. By the way, at the time, the biggest threat the Democrats face was Mitt Romney. So ha ha jokes on us, if you fast forward. Of a time. And so, yeah, I wanted to work for Obama, not Romney, just personal preference. And so we had to wait for that. And then he said, I have to pitch the entire office on creating this new role. So that's going to take me a little bit of time. You have to interview with the chief of staff and the deputy chief of staff. And then third, and this is where my west wing visions kind of crumbled. He was like, we're going to just have to make sure we can find you a desk. And that's when I realized, actually, The White House is quite resource constrained. And it really just comes down to how many chairs and desks are allowed in there with the fire safety codes. Right. You might come down to something as simple as the woman who was hired for the general counsel's office in west wing, who ended up in the basement. There you go. Boiler room. Some of the most important people in The White House are working in the west wing basement with no windows. That's how you know you really made it when there's no, there's no windows in sight. And so, I mean, I'm already waiting for that election result, but I'm really freaking waiting for that election result in that year in 2012. And what was, again, I can't believe I did this, but I ended up breaking my lease in California and signing a one year lease in D.C. before I even had a written job offer. That's pretty ballsy. I sold everything but my bike, which I kept in my aunt's garage. And I was like, I might need this. He must have given you a deep amount of he gave me enough verbal hope. And maybe a light email here and there. But 100%, I mean, you don't get to control the process, right? There's security clearances like the FBI will randomly call your sister and be like, so tell me about Maya. And so you don't get to control all of it. I really wanted this to happen. Sorry, I keep stepping on your arm. It is an extrapolation of the theme of knocking on doors. You're like, I'm just going to show up. And I'm going to, you know, if I've waited long enough, I'm going to go knock on the door and manifest this, make this thing happen. I had that visual in my mind, which is like, I'm just going to be on The White House door steps. And I'm just going to wait until it happens. And I'm just going to show how much I want this job. Be friends with a security guard outside The White House. Yeah, they won't let me just march in there with good reason. I grew up in D.C.. I lived in lived in DuPont circle. It was a lovely experience. And D.C. is so charming. So yeah, so I moved to D.C. and that's when the real challenge begins..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

02:09 min | 8 months ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on WCPT 820

"6th Oh All right the east wing is where Moana has heard I know this is Stephanie Grisham Mark Meadows is up to Mike Pence's up by no eyebrows in this Do you know what I'm saying He's on Mike Pence is up to his albino eyebrows Thank you Sean goat chiefs I don't know A long time ago Yes And also I was supposed to give a shout out to somebody else sporting the sports San Francisco Go San Francisco is playing the pickers Yeah we're written for that I don't know how to root for it I don't packers No That's roger San Francisco's I know but we team I know but we have important affiliates in Wisconsin Well go packers We have no principles at all Not at all We are very supporting this for I don't we don't know We don't know And no spine Oh Kevin's having a day too Read the next one And I don't vote for any San Francisco team No Stop effing around Kevin McCarthy lashes out at GOP members trying to extort an over speakership vote Yeah They're not going to be speaker Never It's so Tracy flick Marjorie Taylor Greene was trying to pull one over on him That's what got him to say that Oh it's fantastic Yeah It's oh is this big bag of rats It is Fight fight fight You're all the awful Oh I mean that Me that mean it Okay All right Well I don't even know where else to go right now because this is a lot this morning There's a lot of tweets Don't even know where to okay Wow This is a lot of blend stack Yeah So since we've tricked him into being a regular without really telling him deeply injured him to stay for another segment We can ask Yeah Okay All right When he gets done with Stephanie rule Yeah Maybe I'll fake an appendicitis attack or something Could you just wait for a second I'll be right back No Huh Did you give me anything Okay He doesn't tell me rule doesn't tell him what lovely eyes he has Well yeah she's gonna make it weird Did you talk about does she compliment his giant album I think Stephanie rule is a little bit more professional.

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"tracy flick" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

05:44 min | 1 year ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

"I would like to speak to you about the early parole for saran. Sir hand over here. Austin was dark dark no she is not for this early release program. That colonel. Steve austin has been granted these prison list. And he's a couple. I of disney princess. Jody hamilton charlie. Pierce guys did you. Did you see that the election apparently has already happened yesterday and apparently Larry elder's already lost you. People you people crazy out there you people crazy go nuts. I know right. Yeah we have to change. I normally don't go in for like california bashing yes but this process is it say it really is. I mean this is. This is this is tracy flick dream shot. yes yes. Twelve percent of the vote can suddenly be in charge of the. You know as i said to rob reiner as i said to rob reiner yesterday. You know me as you said yesterday. Rob reiner talk. radio talk. show hosts are not. We're not qualified to do anything. Chris not anything not even this. No what are you good. Larry elder is not qualified to be. Okay there's a lot of them out there a lot of right wing talk show host of doing yeoman work as object lessons as to why you should get vaccinated these days. God was going to say if anyone should be all. We lost another one yesterday. Who another right wing talk. Show yes against max. Nations indicted cove. Oh is that the guy that played another one bites the dust when people died of aids that one. Yeah yeah that that could be a long game of karma. I don't know yeah. yeah you piece. Republican governors are reacting. To biden's vance maxine mandate with their usual calm cool demeanor. I just i this rhonda scientists in particular. I it just. He seems like he is actively trying to kill people. Greg or i mean not. I mean but greg's sergeants sleep on people. I can remake master in kay ivey though yeah take greaves. Mississippi right mississippi which by the way has one of the most stringent vaccine programs for skins public schools. Yes yes won't move on this one. Yeah i mean. Mississippi doesn't even have religious exemptions. I am for things like measles vaccines. We were just talking about this. You mentioned the woman to what is her name. You said there's this unfortunate woman who lived free and died she working yes. Wolski worst learning like which one which right-wing anti vaccine which crazy q. And on so yeah this woman right hit and they were trying to get them to give her ivermectin. Oh yeah yeah yeah. and then. They're going to sue the hospital. Because it wouldn't do. And and now apparently were apparently gargling with beta dine. Apparently that's that's just greatest. But you will you said though is so true. You said if you think you may be seeing the birth of the next terry xiaobo phenomenon. Trust that feeling as we go forward i mean. Yeah where they're coming up with their calendar of margaret's now. Yeah i mean but nobody's going to mention people like that poor guy in alabama we can get a bit closer than meridian mississippi on dying twenty-three hospitals forty three. I'm sorry forty three yeah rain. Thank you ninety math. I'm and we just we just. We was from the town where trump had the rally rally..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Very very well man horse. See i guess. I guess what about what about third draft in the in the risk averse Later this week. Data's approved steve. I'm looking forward to runner. He's add you know. Good month after up here after she she won a An and i think she walks around bother. You know. maybe when it's all said done that when she gets stretched out she's even be be better. But i thought this is good spot and sort of started out being condition state and Also files they got that many in it but you know. I think she's all tied up already. Go so we'll see. I want to go down the line very nice. I said i wouldn't. I wouldn't Talk about the regional Starters do want ask about one smoking tea at colonial this week and this is some interesting pedigree because it's a a warfront colt. It's a home bred for dot. Da triple t and Warfront cold out of wine princess Who was a really nice steaks. Mayor for becky wine miller that that Margot steve margolis trained This might be this. Might be a horse worth tracking. Thanks so You know that old. Mr ryan said this getting down there and just give him a start and see where we stand with envy tranquil and You know what i mean so you know. I can't like him in. And you know i think pieces in front of even probably going to be all in by war but i wanna give him a run all the dirt see see. I did without having a really slow into the thought here. But i mentioned running him and watch him on to Apps really really nice guy he's not really a big race and guy but you know these things don't sell the sale he seems to me and You know we have advice still life. You're called in front About war right one two times up here and she had an ankle. We stopped because he's in full kittens delaying. You know some odds and ends Besides that she was the best one and then focus will be this little. Be dude as we go down the line. Well and and i'll stay at colonial for a second about that three year. Old of joe allen's That one i doubt the mo Philly that flying fortress She's back at belmont what What's next for her she. She is a night fill in all well. That day probably gonna runner at except september fifth that colonial downs but Six and a half on the turf up here going alyce things like i not running has folio. That doesn't fit. Her best races have been up here last summer. Goal two times and a little bit. Tighter turns races that it to ran really good at duck and was second to last spring to pretty good silly of Sad and so. I wanna run around. These tighter soda zellerbach. She gets a little too aggressive rambles. Why turns all rumbled trying. Her here sent five four to Colonial six and a half down excellent. Finally i saw that the work tab on saturday. I saw that I captain with another nice easy. Half-mile lurk captains doing well came race well We just didn't think it was the time to you. Know all experience the throw in going a mile war against the best available and But we goes right. We're gonna take down by pennsylvania therapy which obviously blackout the money's not going to be a cakewalk. You know these in there. They'll always nice. Well and the pennsylvania derby travers. Obviously saturday the draw tomorrow but Pennsylvania derby is going to be a terrific Shaping up really competitive so Pencil i captain in saw that That was intended spot. It and you're obviously taking it easy with him out of the out of dwyer you gonna maybe the next couple of start to tighten the screws over the next couple of weeks. You know ray is breezy. Today was just breeze. Where i had you know. Just keep me more than four years and then you know. We'll start tightening down on your back to belmont. Should mcgahey everybody I appreciate it shug. well done code and These two year olds coming out steady. The the no the notorious first time starting trainer should be gay. He said about ready at the spa and everywhere else. Thanks chuck thank you. i appreciate. It should get everybody and plenty of of action and whether it was colonial or At at alice. I didn't even ask about the the players and speaking about let me Let you know that we will hear from michael and ewing. We'll hear from her about probably about eleven o'clock eastern. she's actually She's on a call but After peter miller joins us in about a half an hour. We'll we'll reach out to michael and she absolutely is eager to give everybody an update on On bold and brassy. And then also i think thank She's got. I think a a list of thank yous that She's she's eager to pass along. So we'll talk to michael an This morning and and actually i. It's been it's been a couple of years probably since we've talked to her but Yeah she started out here in california. And i'm gonna forget who's assistant she was. She was working for a. I can't remember who she worked out here Before she came back Jim turned up in kentucky and went out on her own. So we'll we'll talk to michael doing this morning Richmond is going to be next Catch up on the weekend from big. And then peter miller is gonna join us ear. So there's your there's your plan For the next hour. So i gave you the colonial stuff and scratch tracy flick out of that fifth race. There there isn't there isn't a movie buff out there that That doesn't that hasn't been following. Tracy flick pretty funny. I by the way. Speaking of movies are wonderful. Feedback from everybody That really enjoy joe harper. If you did not hear harper from friday go to go to the archive and and he was just great. I really really enjoyed the opportunity to talk to joe and i. I think there were quite a few people that had never heard from him Never really heard joe so he as somebody said afterward The joe joe right. I said yeah. He said that he did he do stick. I said yes he did stick..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

At The Races With Steve Byk

07:30 min | 1 year ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk

"Are. We go all right as we wait for. Wait for show. I'll tell you that here. Let me give you the you quick A quick glance ahead today at colonial. You've got the victory gallop. The love sign And and they actually spread. They spread this out a little bit Today the first stake three. Oh nine which goes as the as the fourth. And that's the mile sixteenth for the boys including a personal one of my personal favorites co-ord- maker for mrs charles rodney jenkins the love signed for the phillies. And mayors goes is the sixth. And in here. You've got the likes of dream. Marie format williams and paris lights bill. Beaumont sending sent a contingent down. You got the seeking the pearl. Going seven eighths. These are the phillies in mayors. This goes as the seventh and in fact shows got finding fame and Franks get in here for vermont. One of the three that he sent down and trump. And larry johnson larry's own bread. The money's never enough time and then the chesapeake goes is the eighth where she told me go brittany russell gold lackey For damon dildo vico Muccio this group long-range taty and michelle lovell tries Just might come back on the dirt so four. Really good steaks and There's a strong supporting A strong supporting card as well and that includes That include shook. As i just mentioned and i think he's joining us jug. I'm here there you go. We're just talking about here. The talking about colonial today and You got an opportunity down there with finding fame in that. In that seven eighths race came up pretty tough race. But i'm looking forward to rob or you know she's coming off a good race and she's trained good going into it so we'll see what well and then i i'm obliged to mention the philly that that Everybody everybody loves certainly fans of The movie election Tracy flick All right all right pick flick. Not today though. Let's talk about saturday and obviously the opportunity for For code of honor and the is land to go down there that that's a that's got to be very satisfying Steppingstone turned out to be a good spot for him out. Sorta looking for an allowance race up here for him. but i didn't really want running. This thing came up on my radar. And it will just born you trained. Well you know obviously went down and ran will be talk about preparations and and You know the whole where you are with him and and you know how things unfold from here if all goes right well obviously i would like to run into woodward's but you know i'm to pay close attention to to him. I mean at six weeks. He all about sal. It's okay but You know we always does run run. Well pray and you know But that's why. I like running in the woods. Thank you bounce the spine off of the layoff and We'll keep you on I i i know that Your last trip. I'm coming to you from del. Mar by the way as i mentioned to you while back that we're heading out here for pacific classic week Is he Is he a classic candidate. Would you would you come back out. here obviously. Can't throw it out. You know what i mean. East coast soldiers. That had a whole lot of out there on the dirt But you know we need to be there. The clark handicap the louisville silver ball game. He's doing really really well and The way ran yesterday whereas up the pace of saturday Which is a pig out there. I think and and he wouldn't leave it out. Well here he is at at the age of five and after missing this much time. I mean you're you're in a position where you know. Obviously there's some things in mind you know to to round out his resume. Well of course you don't mean to. Hopefully that would like we were all we can be competitive with a top level and We're exactly let him tell. Tell telephone somewhere along the line. And he's not but You know. I think he went through some dif- different periods. You know going from two to three. He was a little bit. You know testy and then You know last year. After clark has getting ready for the pegasus and you know he was doing fine but he won't do appropriate and you know he didn't run bad in there but he didn't really have the you know elected to give him a good tavel and so he went home after that and never went back into train. Sixty or seventy days. And you know i think maybe that that kind of brought everything together. And he's right now. He's a good sound holes and He's like what he's doing. You know field that big time frame here Who's been up here. you know he just. He likes his all. The track likes a important any train. Here where wells. A two year old and you. He did very well. This is a five. Well it has he has. He changed back as a mature horse. I mean you and your thank physically. He's a lot stronger than he was. you know that that was any was before. And you know. I like i like what he looks like. And the parents right now and he seems to be happy with what he's doing and You know we just hope that that continues well code of honor the noble mission for mr farage and basically approaching a career-best big with the wind and Actually it's funny It it you know he. He was placed. I of course in the jockey club gold cup but second in In the calcio When he ran when he ran his best numbers up until yesterday but This was this was the kind of performance when you bring a horseback At five.

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"tracy flick" Discussed on The Film Vault

The Film Vault

07:10 min | 1 year ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on The Film Vault

"I mean like grabbing him throttling in which probably shouldn't have been allowed. I walked in sixth grade. I walked into the bathroom and david lincoln was his name. And i remember. He's a black kid and he had a it was read. His forehead was not blackmore's. I read from and i'm just calling out names. He walked out crying and he was like the toughest kid in school. I remember. I was very excited when i finally became friends with that guy because i mea- not meant i was getting my ass kicked anymore And he was crying walking out of the bathroom. I gonna shit with a and mr uncle willie. Who was a whole riddick terrifying teacher. He's a make people. Scores weren't mr uncle. Willie was his name fifth grade blackout. No bright islander off. He's is willie. I think he was definitely asian. And he he would make people do sprints until he pukes like he was sadistic this fucker and he was he. He walked out of the bathroom and gave me like a look. Like you better enough. I can say anything. He had nothing sexual but he had obviously forced by david. Lincoln's head against the. But you're all or something. Yeah he's threatening them that fucking guy. Willie i didn't witness this. But i had heard so i would i remember. Mrs fujimoto had a huge crush on uncle willie and oh there's a rumor that mr aquileia had a sock in his pants. I used to go around. Because there's always a bulge and mr rocco willie's pants sounds like it needed. Fuck willie own apponaug. When i was like i i in third grade. I went to a catholic school before he moved and The priest to their god. Can you please google anderson. Do this please. Mr father martin greenlaw martin greenlaw father martin martin greenlaw so he was our priest at the school saint robert's in san bruno and years later i heard like oh father greenlaw remember him and it's like oh yeah why oh he. He had his house broken into and was like beat up like he's like a robbers and it's like. Oh wow that's crazy. He's a priest. What they tried to rob him turns out. There's part of a as i came to understand embezzlement scam allegedly worked to to divert money away from the church to unseemly people possibly to support some habits and people came looking for their money and Did have it and violence ensued and it was a big scandal and this was years after i laughed but it was. It was crazy seven. Yeah i was in high school. That's exactly right. And and no. I think i think the assault. Maybe he was charged and arrested and convicted. Ninety seven ninety seven. Yeah it was. It was ugly was pretty bad. I don't who will father martin green lades. he's dead. I know that he's no longer with us guy. I shouldn't say dan. He's passed away respectful father who knows why was Maybe he was taking the money from the church which is known to do not naughty things with the money and he may giving The people that were you think he was paying out victims. Yeah maybe that's what he's doing. Maybe he saw their relocating the these horrific priests then he decided to take some of the funds to give to the victims. We don't know. I don't know father martin. Greenlaw didn't Farewell and that was the probably the biggest scandal at a schoolteacher or the teacher is involved with number. Two for me. Is that we're jimbo kimball. Brian jimbo kimball. Also john kimball. Kindergarten cop Well done is he he is. He's in he's he's not trained. Classically trade doesn't have a degree he doesn't he doesn't have a light discounts but he had to be a teacher and that first half of that movie. At least i. I'd say half the because i middle portion is the best part of middle portion is when he's like the fish water because a family comedy after all the drug. Self so yeah. He's his his partner was supposed to. She was actually a while. The teacher turned detective and phoebe was her name. Detective phoebe she. She gets a stomach bug. She can't do it before john. Kimball you got you got to do it. And he becomes a very very bad teacher because he's a hard boiled cop right. Hey kindergarten cop stands up parts of it. Do lot of one liners. yeah. I love the opening stuff to with like the hard stuff and richard tyson. I love that guy not do that way. That's three o'clock. That's buddy rebel as better on trying to get a manicure member. That's what he says when he's getting the cost of my jimmy kimmel jimmy kimmel remember. I remember john. John kimball every time. Amy amy amy this lodo yeah. Same everytime eighty is slow. wendy wendy. this low adult talks about jimmy kimmel is. She can't say jimmy kimmel. She says jimbo kimball. Wendy does. my clip is neck. So can you get it right. I got too many clipping for him. Really pretty from start telling no that'd be a really poor decision this a short clip. But we're just going to here five or six seconds though. I never want to bother juicing. Let's you flow bitch. I'm not allowed to have on my list because you've band you ban. This movie from her pussy gets so wet. You can't believe it. Jesus that's dave nevada any play by mark heroic from election nineteen. Have you seen as relations really good. You'd like it director. Alexander payne yes. Mr nevada geometry teacher yearbook adviser carver high school. He's talking about a student tracy flick during her sophomore year. According to her their relationship was strictly professional according to her voice over but things got kinda serious during her junior year. We see them making out in the photography darkroom. He confessed to having sex with their in his house. And if all the admits tearfully that he's in love with her Not not not what you want to but this is a bad behavior you know it gets really wet. His is his fate right. Brian very good. I wished that i was allowed to have him or or would you. Would you might have had somebody from election. I mean it's all about a high school. There's plenty of fees from their matthew. Rodrigues pretty pretty bad. I might have had him. He was rigging elections. This is much worse number. One for greg crisis list goes a little something like this. Jim nevada from election really had sex with underage student..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

05:37 min | 1 year ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on Conan O’Brien Needs A Friend

"Ago we used to do recurring seven called big dick history and it's time to bring it back out of the vault. Yes i forget how we started talking about this. Because i am a real history buff i love reading about history and then it's somehow got perverted by you freaks into this segment called big dick history. Which is something. I never signed on for but I am i feel like i've completely lost control of this podcast and so If the fans wish it. I will do as i'm asked. Okay well it's gonna come down to this another quiz for you too. And this is called big history. The ideal wang okay. This is just awful excited. Not the kind of podcasts. I want to do not the kind of humor. I like to delve into but but When captain gurley is Is at the helm This is what. I must submit to all right. I'm sorry i just. I wanted just add. I think it's important to note that. I did win the first one because you cheated on a question about the meal porn star so i am the reigning champion history quizzes. Don't recall because i care about the world. We live in and real issues. Okay in this corner and the champion sonum of sexy in this corner that contender conan o'brien all right. This is big so this is the ideal wing throughout history. What i'm gonna do is name and era of ancient history. Give you three options into. What was the most popular type of tiger. Okay this comes from bustle. Dot com dodger. Is that a real name for a look. I'm running out of synonyms for willie. Okay i call it the old william carlos williams. Okay so what. Type of alien carlos williams was the most popular kind of john. Thomas from that era does that make sense. Ari talking like how it's how big it is how it angles itself just the name for it. No no no sorry. It is that it is a description. It's it will be three different physical descriptions and remember because this is an audio podcast to answer. You have to yell out your name. Okay you have to remember that because you never remember that you just start. That's your buzzer. Okay all right okay. I often yell out my own name under go ahead. Good you keep the narcissist who also own name during sex. Come on okay so remember. I'm going to read three. You can buzzing with your name at any time. But once that you're going to give us description of god it's like watching paint dry listening to you. Excuse me let me just seeing sure. I understand the rules. You're such a tracy flick right now. Just let it go. We have to guess the era. No i will tell you. Tell us the the best discuss. What's the most positive description. Okay yeah it's what people what was the most like invoked type of sean. Just just i mean. I love any any game show were describing how to play. It takes forty. Five minutes is a failed game show on wheel of fortune. They're not pets. Is out there for forty minutes saying so i'll spin the wheel and when it ends on that then that's what you do is see and then you'll see the letters i have a class. Jin pat pat. Say jake impression all right here we go here. We go ancient egypt and here are the three types name. Which one was the most type of popular penis kervorkian girthy clean and circumcised tall and thin gone. Conan does middle one. I'll read them again. Curvy and girthy clean and circumcised tall and thin donen. Yes the first one what. Jesus christ wants the courage and girthy curvy and girthy is incorrect. Sony you get to have a guest choices. I'm gonna guess clean and circumcised because that's correct. That's the one he originally guest and to know that i can get the answer right by guessing. What you originally guest makes me feel like i'm already. They were circumcising in ancient egypt. Were yeah what did they. What did they use the tip of a pyramid would it be. How did they do that. They have to haul a baby up to the top of the pyramid. It's john dewey down there and then hit with a rock. This is known from a surviving manuscript called the turin. Erotic papyrus basically more proof that pornography has always been with us. Okay number two. Ancient greece and rome and your options are stubby and soft long and lane or small and uncut gonen conan long and lean. Sorry that's incorrect. someone. I'm gonna say stubby. Just because when. I think of greek men. I think of of hair. So the first one what stubby hair. Oh stubby. I thought you mean stub humane hearing then. I'm sorry neither of you are correct. It's mall and uncut. If you think of your great grecian art you see that reflected quite a bit. You think those are small museums going. Jesus that that baby statue was wrong. That angel was packing serious..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"You want. The new audible is your playlist for life download the audible apt to get started. David's truffle Lino w be traffic on the three and now we get a check of the four day W B Z ack you weather forecast. Here's Brian. All the snow will be tapering off is headed to early this evening. With very little additional accumulation. It will be blustery and cold into tonight's with clearing Skylar 28 in Boston, it will drop closer to 20 instrumental in suburbs. So much for a few icy spots. We'll have a lot of sunshine and tomorrow with a milder afternoon. I 45 clear early tomorrow night that increasing clouds of 36 milder on Sunday with clouds at a couple of showers, especially during the midday and afternoon higher on 55 blustery and colder again on Monday with some sunshine high 43 immaculate the meteorologist Brian Thompson, W B Z, Boston's NewsRadio 32 of the Randolph is 31 11. Stir 31 in Tewksbury. 30 degrees In Boston. 3 55 on the Ring. Central News Live the Age old question in our time of covert 19. What do you do with the kids while isolating at home? W. B. C. Suzanne Sauce Ville tells us about one dad and him who came up with a creative idea that seems to be going to his daughter's head a bit. If necessity is the mother of invention. Quarantine is the mother of creativity, days were very long in the beginning is desperately trying to come up. Thanks for my kids to do Alex scene and his five year old daughter started Getting scenes from iconic movies like the Shining Forrest Gump, Jaws and the Titanic. With Mathilde as the star she's met that she gets deep into these characters. Sometimes we did election a couple days ago, and we still have to call her Tracy flick. But is she becoming a diva stuff to say, because she's five and I think most five year olds are already inherently a diva. But no, I mean, she's got some swagger when she walks in her kindergarten class, but unfortunately her kindergarten classes in her bedroom and it's on zoom so nobody can really pick up on the swagger they've done doesn't so far.

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"tracy flick" Discussed on Tweet Talk

Tweet Talk

07:49 min | 2 years ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on Tweet Talk

"At least had pretty feeling they lose. They gave him. Sarah Palin as his running mate. Now, regardless what you think about. That whole Liuw. Almost, like a hit a state thing but in real life. And nonetheless it it. Didn't need his own movie, but it was entertaining enough. But we did we made a movie called Game Change Hbo. And it was actually due to four years after the election. We all know that dumb cane answer didn't win but come out showing us. A little bit of the campaign trail in what she went through with her family went through. John. McCain. Went through and the people around her and interviews with the real people around her. Settled, pretty accurate. What happened and what the result of. The with the end product was like so very interesting. Now let's move into from the central in in. Big Time. Presidential bids to little little more localized, and let's go back to school with the dynamite at coming in at number four in demand. This was brand is is thirty, two year old brother who and he decides. To help his friend Pedro Run for class president. The adventure in sues with this nerdy kid who really hasn't taken on and become anything big in-school before it takes on this opportunity to try and get his when it is best friends elected school credit president. The name Napoleon dynamite is a pseudonym used by a singer. Anyone anyone you alert. Yes, Elvis Costello for his nineteen eighty, six album blend chocolate. Just say. Okay number three I of March. Two thousand eleven and I'll. Idealistic staffer for new president can't candidate gets a crash course on dirty politics in his stint on the campaign trail. Now this will was. One of the better than I than I did Kind of the up down for me in terms of. Finding. Boring just. Wasn't all there even with George Clooney behind the director's chair. Who I usually like behind director chair. But. Nonetheless, it was an interesting look into. Dirty politics if you will, which of course, there's none of that today. Right now get the. Time to last to enact. You know at least of one of them that I'm going to say and it's a classic and it is something that changed the. Chase journalism it changed the president. The presidency. In. Shape things from the seventies forward and I'm talking about all the president's men. The movie was in nineteen seventy six. But the events happened before that and of course, if you don't know the movie, it's about the Washington Post reporters at the time Bob Woodward Carbon Stein and how they uncover the details of the Watergate scandal which hopefully led to Nixon's resignation just a fascinating fabulous movie and If you like journalism late politics journalism, it's it's amazing movie. It's a must watch it something you relation see and in fact the. The movie itself has been selected for preservation in the library of Congress, national, film, registry, and deem. Of Cultural. Insignificant Imports. In historical performance a significant. And it just really is something you. You take a look at you watch any movies out of this list. Between now and Tuesday, watch this. Or if you want something a little bit lighthearted, you can watch the number one movie in our election movie list. Yes i. know some you think in that that should be put on hold a little light hearted on this. Company number one in our TATTON elections. Last presidency movies for you to watch I want to describe to let me see if you can get high school class president. The election is. Count in approaching it looks like Tracy Flick is GonNa win. UNOPPOSED. However. The teacher. Jim mcallister. Has Other plant. He convinces the Jock Paul Metz were to run. which sets up a whole interesting change. Of Events. Sanitize moral. Issues. Inspired underdogs. WHO Fired underdog in stirring speeches are all part of. Election. Abbas entertains. Movie in. To the election. 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"tracy flick" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

04:01 min | 2 years ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"I guess it didn't happen. Happen. They put a pin in me. They they. Okay. So when I got the audition, it was like before house of cards started airing it was they said, do you want to do addition for a web series because it was it was on the Internet they called it a web show orange is the new black and it literally they treated like it was like. Internet series and it was season one when Laverne Cox needed her meds and I she swallowed the bobble head and I was like like uptight sort of tracy flick from election doctor. WHO's like I'm not giving you your in Eastwell bobble. You know I was Dr Gregory Brooks I was so doctor I was like. I was like that. Bob Newhart. New. Title suggesting move. GB. GB. Later, I was having none of her shenanigans did Angela Macarthur Asari now? Remember that she swallowed a bobblehead. Yeah. Yeah. Sounds like something she would do. What would you say can oh did Andrew McCarthy direct the pilot because he directed most season more. Okay. So he I wasn't in the pilot. Episode like four and they didn't warn me and I got here. And the director was frigging Jodie Foster Whoa and I was again I thought I was doing a web show and then I'm at at this prison and here comes Jodie foster and I'm I, am like a pop culture superfan panicked and At the end of the and she wasn't I don't think that intimate. I don't think she was just me and then at the end I panicked and I hugged her and she wasn't in like I she wasn't into it. It was not. It was one of I I couldn't go. I couldn't stop going over again and again in my head like did you pull jodie foster? She was not giving up any her arms were cross like she wasn't making eye contact like I fully pulled in foster for. How you could impress her was that. While it involves a gun. Through, joke for I know exactly that is a history joke and. It didn't really work that. Well, the first time but maybe maybe two times a charm I, think he made a couple of mistakes I think he could do it right the second time. You're absolutely right. I shouldn't let this. I shouldn't let this go even though this was like nine years ago I should just go. I feel like we need to issue some sort of like Haha. We're totally kidding reference to that guy who's For. Mark. David. Chapman. John Lennon No. This is the shoot Reagan..

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"tracy flick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

04:10 min | 2 years ago

"tracy flick" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"All right what I always want to know when I talked to people who worked in his office. And I I did a Ron Paul Week early on in the history of the show I did NORM MM SINGLETON Steve. Beer felt and several other people who worked for him at one time or another and I just wanted to get something of the texture of what it was like to be in his office. I wanted to get anecdotes anecdotes I wanted to. I wanted to know stories because I think that's not so much. What bills did he vote? No on but what was it like to work in. Ron Paul's Office compared to the Office of Congressman Schmo. Down the hall. So what can you share with us. Maybe that people haven't heard before It's so funny. Because he's such nice guy you really is. What you see is what you get? There's no different rod behind the scenes or something in most members of Congress a really lafley mediocre in terms of what they've they've done in their lives and they're mostly self important. It's unbelievable even the staffers. Some of them become self report. I mean it's just they say is Hollywood for ugly ugly people You know it really is Hollywood. In the sense that their status and there's hierarchy and you're the chairman of such and such and that's higher than someone who's just a ranking member of such and such you know so that stuff is just endless. And of course Ron had no interest in any of that he came from being a medical doctor had never run for office or held office before. Or he was in Congress in the in the nineteen seventies and so most members of Congress. Have you know they've gone to Tuesday evening. Zoning meetings in their county for five years first and then become a state rep and then ultimately it got in their name out there and run. For Congress they tend to be sort of the Tracy Flick's people have seen the movie election Which is a great great movie which I recommend so the the Tracy Flick's of the world and Ron was nothing like that and you know just a very nice warm guy and Carol would come up to the office and You know his personality demeanor very unlike rand he he is very very sort of salt of the earth in his approach. And there's so many times I remember. Remember things they just they just stick out to me Twenty twelve I guess during the second presidential campaign and I didn't organize is campaigns. I worked in his congressional office two very separate things but nonetheless there was a CNN debate and it was held at the Constitution town hall which is run by the daughters of the American revolution. And it's a very nice venue in DC and so-. Ron was in town for votes and was going to attend this Republican primary debate. Of course Mitt Romney was still riding high at this point as the front runner in that primary and Wolf Blitzer happen to be the host and so this was going to be a big debate. And I'm sure that Mitt Romney arrived several days in advance check into some giant hotel suite with about twenty handlers and sat there in front of a mirror testing out different phrases and figure out which necktie he was gonNA aware and and how how much real cream to putting his hair or whatever and contrast this with Rod. We're still in the office about four caucuses. Well I'm going to run home to my condo and then we'll come back arena. Wanted to come with me of course Roz just wearing his same old sort of inexpensive suit. That doesn't fit quite right and whatever tie he doesn't worry about these sort of things and we. We go over to his condo in in northern. Virginia which is very modest. I've eighty was the seventies condo that he'd bought the first time around in Congress. And you know he's just in there. I heat up some Campbell soup for something and we're about an hour for this debate starts. He just wasn't worried about it because he felt like whatever they asked him he would have to answer it. He wasn't going to particular worry about what he was going to say and that his answer would be the same whether that was a CNN audience or constituent his office or speaking in front of the prisoners Or speak in front of a church group just just didn't matter and so that just struck me that and then of course just. The two of US went over the debate newest no big deal and and he did his usual style so I really enjoyed things like Dad Dad and the you know the idea that he I think suffered somewhat is interesting professionally. He had to give up being a medical doctor He we all ultimately sold the building he owned for his medical practice. I think he made less money Certainly being a member of Congress than he did being a medical doctor you know just the idea that he held onto.

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