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"travis wall" Discussed on Z104
"Know, six Hampton roads People got nominated for Emmys. I didn't know Mark Ruffalo are over. Hello, Mark. Whatever microfilm and furling Chad for the Black Godfather. Netflix. Well, yesterday got nominated yesterday. Yeah, I put the fullest our Facebook page. If you wanna check it all out, and Megan Fox and Machine Gun, Kelly How I got they posted a photo of themselves on Instagram and its show. Adorable said. Like Super Now they're officially a couple. What you think this couple thinking, Meg Sheen Gun Foxy. Well know too much way too long. I'm not good at this foreign like screw you. I took a lot of time thinking that really sounds like you didn't take any time thinking of that. Just to be fair, because I don't want anyone upset tonight in the six people who gotta go because I'm tryingto s Ofer own chat actor comedian Patton as Walt Patton Oswalt, actor Mark Ruffalo, Comedian Wanda Sykes and dancer choreographer Travis Wall. Okay. Oh, he was on He won big on. So you think you could dance? Yes, sir. Those are those of the six that got nominated from him towards machine gun. Kelly making machine gun. How about text us? If you have a good coming seen backs? No Texas worse than Mama. That's a good name for Megan. Relax. And what's the other guy's named Megan Fox Clocks and Machine Gun? Kelly, Texas. What's a good Hollywood? A couple names making Kelly always authorities? Gun? Fox coming up in the next year is a 50 cent did something I don't think he's ever done before, At least on Instagram. Weakened.
"travis wall" Discussed on Wonderful!
"There's this moment where he just like literally goes and stands next to her just watches her. Powerful. Losing it's so so good I wish. I don't really know what if you Google ASL interpreter twister? You'll probably get there. I highly recommend watching this video. IT IS A. fucking fresh I think I've seen stuff with her before I feel bad that I cannot remember her name she's like a she's known for like. Doing a SNL ASL at concerts like this and be adding a sort of musical rhythmic. flair to it which I'm sure she's not the only one doing it, but like she's the one who I've seen. It puts watching her. Keep up with is like fucking amazing. It's so good. I. Don't know who goes first because we KINDA got off. Our usual schedule with our self-care sedan last week. Thank you, so we got so much Fan Art of ourselves sedan so awesome Yeah, I, don't think we knew. We were a little, not confident in that episode because we were alone, shut down in the dumps, but I'm glad that people hopton hopped in the whip with us. So why don't you go first okay? My first topic is dance movies. Yeah movies with the dancing. This is at first blush fairly broad category. Yeah! I'M GONNA I'M GONNA break it down into kind of two distinct groups. Obviously, there's the movie musical ride which often will have dancing particularly like west side story in Chicago where dancing is really a prominent feature. Yes, and then there's the movies in which the characters dance, because they are either trying to be better dancers or are trained dancers. Okay in the films right? I'm GonNa primarily talk about those Oh okay, interesting, so not a break into electric Bugaku, but more of dirty dancing. Yes, okay, fantastic, yes. I have a real long list. Of Teen. Did, a list of like the best dance movies, okay, and I realize I've seen a lot of that more than half you enjoy. A dance you Jeremy Onto. Was it not America's Nice. So you think you contained think you can dance. You were big into that show Travis. Travis Wall makes a good dance and I. Don't think I really appreciated the form of it or how much you appreciated the form of it until you watch that. I took dance classes from like age three to age seventeen. I'm not particularly good..
"travis wall" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"CBS news correspondent lender Lasser's Alondra man who really knew how to move a well known artist in the contemporary dance world has died Danny Tidwell was a contestant on the popular fox TV show so you think you can dance in two thousand seven he finished second in the competition his brother was Travis wall also a competitor and choreographer on the shelf wall announced on Instagram Tidwell died Friday in a car accident he was thirty five years old when he was alive CBS news Islamic hardliners health campaigners was stones shoes and sticks as they marched through Pakistan's capital to mark international women's day there's been uproar in conservative circles over slogans used in the past to such events including the my body my choice my body is not your battleground Sam Litzinger CBS news hearing central courthouse that's one of the stories we're following on AM seven sixty a mental competency hearing will be held tomorrow for the man accused of beating a man to death with a baseball bat in the midway district Christian Ewing has pleaded not guilty in connection with the December two thousand eighteen attack prosecutors say the defendant fatally B. fifty seven year old Gregory Freeman in the thirty nine hundred block of Rosecrans street you and faces up to twenty seven years to life in prison if convicted the California center for the arts in Escondido plans to merge with the barn stage company which is a to macula based professional theatre troupe and a tight chi class for seniors will be held tomorrow morning at the Linda Vista library or sponsored by Bob Evans dinner side make mealtime easy with Bob Evans side dishes like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese made with real milk butter cheese and potatoes get Bob Evans at your grocery store it'll be love at first bite in whether.
"travis wall" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Coast to coast AM high. They everybody, I'm Connie Willis. How's it going? I got to tell you, I'm about ready to finally relax. And this is when I start working, and that's something that's the way it is with radio and TV at least, I've found you work harder to get your gig. And then when you get your gig. You can relax. And it's a good thing you like it. That's why you work so hard at it because then you get to enjoy it. So I'm finally kind of slowing down relaxing at the lights turn down. I hope you do too, as well for tonight show, we have Travis Walton in for the entire time, unless he decides to say, let Connie I am tired. I'm done with it. I'm going to bed hopefully, won't do that. So that means that we will most likely be taking questions as well from you guys. So be ready with our. We're going to do things a little differently though, before that, those of you that are not sure who I am. My name's Connie Willis. I've been here for about six years now. I can't believe it. Six years. Wow, it might even be I don't know. Is coming up in October my anniversary. So I don't know if that six or seven but it's been a long time. So hopefully, you know who I am. I have a show called blue rock, talk, and that is I most interesting conversations that includes people places and things, and I've done some really neat things with it. But now I've changed it again. I've totally changed it, you know, you'd things to as you go on, and you find out specially with internet, you know, my background's always been broadcast television and radio. And you have a crew of people that make all the decisions, and you is talent just kind of do your thing, and you worry about content when you do, your own thing on internet, boy, do you have y-, you know, you're the engineer the writer, the producer the director your everything and the best thing about it is as talent. And I'm sure George Noory would back this up and anybody else. That's on the air. You get that feel it people like what you're saying or not. And you, you that's when you start developing, and you figuring out who you are what you are. Well, I did that with my internet show, and now what I'm doing is I'm taking it on the road, something. I've always wanted to do and started out doing, but then, you know, family stuff, kind of gets in the way and, you know, I turned into an interview show at home in the studio. But now I'm going back on the road. And I'm I'm, I'm ready to move on. So I've got an exclusive membership blue rocker club going, and I kind of just started it today. So been working my tail off, so working on it. Don't tell the whole world because I'm only going to put fifteen Lucy. Yeah I'm only going to have fifteen hundred people in it. Only fifteen hundred and I'm going to go on, really cool neat private investigations, and you're going to go with me. It's as simple as that, and it's going to be fun. It's going to be interactive. You're going to help me the hallway, it's gonna be livestream live chat. You're going to help me pick the spot. You're going to be there with me at the spot gonna camp out two to three days, just like if you like the show and I was on, I don't know four or five weeks ago. Now telling you about all the stuff in the rocky mountains, we'll be talking about tonight. But if you like that kind of stuff that's what's going to happen. I'm going to be in the Rockies that people's really known active hotspots known active one secret, and I gotta tell you where they are going to continue to keep, you know, the trust with those that tell me about their hot spots. So maybe you have one camp out. We'll call George Noory with the wears Willis. We'll have fun with it, but you will be very interactive with it and part of it some only allowing like fifteen hundred people. In it. So if you want to join go to blue rock talk dot TV. All right. If you go to dot com, that's a community site that I've got. And that's cool. But if you go to blue rock talk dot TV fifteen hundred spots. That's it. Sober. So if you want to get in. And tell your friends and family and force too late because it's only fifteen hundred people. And I know that we talked to a couple of hundred thousand right now. So good luck. I hope you join me, it's going to be fun. It's gonna be fun. I like that. All right. So one of the one of the things I'm going to do with that is, I'll be going out camping somewhere in the Rockies, like I did not long ago. That's what we're that's what I'm going to bring up tonight. That's let me try that again. That's what I'm going to be bringing up tonight with Travis. So when I was out there. Has all sorts of stuff. And so in the future with my membership group, you're going to go with me. And in the future. We'll ask we'll ask Travis if he'll do this, maybe he'll come along. So I am going to have special guests like that along the way. So I'll ask Travis when we get him on the phone and see what he says he may not want to do it. But wouldn't that be cool to go? Camping doing all these livestream in you'll be in your jammies at home. I'll be scared to death on the mountain side. But maybe we'll have Travis there, too. And how cool would that be if he gets to see another UFO with the light beaming down below, like I saw a couple of weeks ago, and we can see how he reacts, we'll see if they take them and go. Hey Travis, yo what's up? They may recognize him and stop by to say hi again. Well, we'll see. We'll see how that goes. All right. So Travis wall. We all know Travis is story fire in the sky, right? Everybody knows Travis Walton store. He's probably I dunno. I think Travis is the number one. U F, O guy, taken known, always kid him about the fact that in the TV show when it went Hollywood. You know, they had him come back down naked kid him about that. I don't know why I think that's funny. He probably thinks, stop it. It's not funny anymore. But, you know, just Hollywood. Right. So it was November fifth and seventy-five that Travis was taken came back five years later. Everybody thought he was murdered by buddies. You know there's a whole ordeal to it. We've all heard it millions of times and you know what Travis told it a couple hundred million times. And so tonight we're going to talk to him about different things his philosophy of aliens, his philosophy of UFO's. His thoughts of, of what's going on with the navy's doing all sorts of different things like that. So if you do call in tonight, trying to think of something a little different. Maybe. Well, you know, I he'll talk about the story. That's not a problem. But if you can think of something different a little deeper. That's what this show is going to be about tonight. That's why we have them for four hours that way you know, we've kind of heard the story we get it. We love it. It's awesome. He's the man. But I think it'll be fun to go, a little deeper and go in different directions. That's what I like to do and Travis agreed. So let's do that. So let's bring on the star for tonight. Travis walton. Welcome. Once again, I know you've been on here, a lot of times to coast to coast AM. How are you tonight? Travis. Fine. I think we're going to have a great show. I do too. I you know, I, I enjoyed talking to you just whenever you and I get a chance to talk. We always we talked for a good while usually, and it's just great conversation, and I love conversation. And, you know, a lot of people, they know your story, and they go to see you, and they probably see more than once, and they listen to you, whenever they can. But it's it's, it's a shame that they miss out on on who you are. And what you are outside of that story because it's just as interesting. Well, there's so much to talk about the you can never get it all in a single presentation. Well, let me just ask this before we get into anything else. I think you heard me talking about that. I have a new kind of a new format with my show where I'm going out on the road. And you know, people kind of go with me in their jammies at home with livestream. They get to watch me do whatever's happening there and kind of move me around, but I'd love to invite you to one of those. What would you think about going camping for two to four days in an area and possibly see Bigfoot dog man UFO? What do you think? Well, I think it would be fascinating possibility. Pretty packed schedule. You know, if it turns out that I can manage it maybe bring along friend or so. But. Could be very interesting. All right. Okay. So it's not a no no, no. Okay. All right. The definite maybe I think is what they call that. Okay. All right. Thank you. All right. So we'll talk about that at a given time. So Travis not too long ago. If you missed this story I was out in in I well being close to the Rockies. I've got different people that are taking me to their hot spots. There's a group called sasquatch journey they go out in the day. It's a couple and, you know, they're on YouTube, and all that kind of stuff you can see their theirself. They, they usually go out on the day. They haven't stayed overnight yet. And they have these unbelievable structures of Bigfoot. There's another guy and, you know, you just keep meeting these people over and over again. But. There's another guy Jason Frank. All these people been on coast, and he's got three or four or five or six areas in the Rockies and he took me to one that he said, wasn't really his favorite? However,.
"travis wall" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"There was a Joe Rogan show. They were. Interviewing munitions some famous band. Someone came on there and quoted Travis wall without referring to UFO's in the slider. Stay they just quoted me, and I'll tell you what they said. Travis said, I've come to realize that biggest problem anywhere in the world as the people's perception of reality are completely filtered through the screening of what they want and do not want to be true, and that's kind of a lesson, that's come out of this, this whole thing from the beginning to be the onslaught of suspicion, acusations law enforcement do bunker, people who just desperately wanted to explain it away any way they could because they were afraid that was true. They're very nicely said. I like that. I sorry I had my mic off. They're like, hey, we're gonna try to take another call real quick. Okay. Let's try to go west of the Rockies Gina Marie out of the state of Washington. Hey there. Genus sarita. Thanks for hanging in there, but we're going to take you quickly here, make sure we get you. Hi. First of all, piecing love. And God bless everyone and everything everywhere. I had an experience in the gorge in George Washington, and it was after a concert in my sister was standing on one side of me. And this guy was standing on the other side of me, and I looked up in the sky, and I said, well, look at their that's, that's I think I think you owe and they said, no, no, that's not a UFO. And I said to it show 'em your your phone, so your up. And it went from normal brightness to incredible brightness, and then back to normal, and they said know that couldn't be that can be. And I could do it again showing your your phone and it went from normal brightness to real, bright back again. And they still didn't believe so I said to it, do some Radic patterns do some Radic pattern. We went from the point with that stayed the same brightness. But get a total pattern crazy pattern and they still didn't believe so I said he can't do somewhere and it did it again at different other went back to it started. And then they still. Didn't believe and at this point, I yelled out for the people, the campers they were in campers and ten. Do you and then I yell to come towards towards it? And it went from the point was that came towards us, maybe about fifty feet high about forty fifty feet away and just sat there and hovered and most of the people ran for their tents and got scared. And I got so excited, I screamed out and my sister went into ten and the guy walked away shaking his head and I was so excited. And then it went back to the point with that. And I said to it, I come back come back, and it said, I heard it my head. No, it's getting too late out. And then the son was after that, and I have a theory about this. My first thought is, is either, you know, a UFO and heard me and get everything I asked my second theory is because the past the present and the future happened simultaneously, maybe that was my future self coming back. Entertain myself. Like that. Have you heard of that before? Yeah, I've heard of that before, you know with that they can close, these vast distances, virtually instantaneously, you know, space travel is basically dimensional.
"travis wall" Discussed on Sincerely Fortune
"Another episode of sincerely fortune. I am fortune, and I'm Jax, we're happy to be back talking with you guys. I'm Lovin all the comments on our Facebook page sincerely fortune. I asked everybody last week, if they would have eaten the baloney sandwich on the airplane in Brazil, and more people said, yes, the no. Very and put the grows green throw up face. Yeah. That's the right answer. It's now my favorite thing, though, after a podcast is to go on there and ask questions. Because I like to hear people thoughts on our some of our ridiculous conversations. How's life for you? Jack great. Yeah. Jackson, I went to the finale of rupaul drag race, which will be airing this week. That was exciting. I was super fun. We can't tell you what happened. We don't know the winter, they narrowed down to two people. We were sworn to secrecy sworn to secrecy. It's a big gay secret and you were in a big auditory, and they told us, you know, don't post about any of this on social media, my if we had to put our phones away, and then they called someone out, who was in the audience who posted in front of everyone. There was someone who was posting pictures on read it at that point. They didn't say the person's name. They just go. Whoever's posting pictures on read it, you better stop it now. And we were like ooh. And then they called out a nother persons, Instagram, handle and said, so, and so we see that you just posted pictures, and we're going to find you and they go like the game off ya. Goes looking through the crowd to find this person. They like we know based on your picture, where your city, it was Sese whole audience was I, oh, we were all looking because we wanted to publicly shame this for. They've told everyone like fifty times, like do not post anything, also I ruin it. You know, like half the fun is waiting to see when it's aired everyone wants to find out the answers to all these shows the bachelor the bachelorette rupaul any show that has a contest people wanna know the outcome. And I'm like, just enjoy the journey but anyway we had a blast. It was like a big gay prom. We were surrounded by, like beautiful game in who were dressed in fund, sequins and flashy outfits, all the men around me had better make up on warling. I wore a sensible button up as you do. I was like, oh, I really thought we would be like, in the back, I told Jackson, I'm like, oh, it doesn't matter. We'll be like in a dark corner somewhere known will even know were there. I was a guest judge this season. This was the second time I was guess judge. I did season nine and now she's eleven but I also did one of the challenges. So it's like let's go the finale this, we fun. But we'll be in a dark corner. Oh, no. Second row second row surrounded by supermodels and beautiful. Gay men aren't outta Grandes. Brother Frankie, who's very fit and dresses cute all the time. Travis wall, who's the Q gay choreographer, literal supermodels, right? Beside him Todd hall. Yeah. And then us just too old lesbians and their sensible outfit, and sneakers. But anyway, today's episode I'm actually really excited to talk about this while I it's about grandparents, we had written on our Facebook page. If anyone had any experience with their grandparents that they would like to share and I thought this would be a cool topic to talk about because I had a very, very special relationship with my grandmother and Jackson's very close with her grandparents, and the more people, I talked to about grandparents. I feel like so many people have such a special place in their heart for them. And they were such a huge influence on people growing up. Some people still have their grandparents some people's grandparents have died, but regardless their influence has stayed with people forever. So today's episode is dedicated to all of our grandparents that we love so much and Jackson I thought we'd share some of our stories and then also read some of the store. Stories from the sincerely fortune fans who've been so kind to post. I love grandparents so much that I wish there was a way that I could be a grandma without being mom just skip, all part. Yeah. Yeah. And just to be the fun, grandma, that would be the best because raising the kids seems like a lot of work but to just get to like, I don't know love on your grandkids, and like spoil them with presence and go to eat at Chili's with them would be amazing now Jackson's lucky because she still has both her grandmother's nursing both alive, which is crazy. I mean that's so awesome. But it's not the norm anyway. But your grandmothers are very different from each other. So you got to have two very different experiences. First off, we have to talk about your grandmother. I love both your grandmothers, but I have spent a little more time with Beverly Beverly reminds me, a lot of my mom, actually, so as soon as I met her I was like, yes. There really is awesome. So early on in mine. And Jackson's relationship, I guess she had decided that I was going to stick around. So she gave me the grandparent tests. She said, let's go visit my grandparents, and probably you wanted to see if they like me. What do you guys think about this crazy lady from California? That's right. So Beverly and Jack those are Jackson's grandparents that referred to right now we went to visit them over the mid west and her grandpa was not feeling too, well, but I was so happy to meet him. Really neat guy. He was in the army. Yeah. He was in the Korean war, but he worked with computers for a living. So he was able to go to Alaska and work with the computers systems for the army. So he didn't have to go over and fight. But to work on computers. Back then was like way ahead of his time. Yeah. Spec when computers were the size of a room and had to put in, like cards and things program them I love getting to talk to Jack that to Jacqueline aka Jax is named after part of your name. He was telling the neatest stories. I really was so happy to get to talk to them, because I think it's important to talk to people. I wanted to get to know about him because he is your grandfather, but also think it's important to talk to our elders in general because they have a lot of really fascinating stories and stories that are important for us to hear about because our lives are very different. But he end your grandma had been married for how long they were married, probably sixty years. See that's crazy. He knew right away that he liked her. And you know it's very old school. He went to her parents. Right. And that's for permission to date or something like that. Do you know this? The. Yeah. Trying to tell your grandparents storing I have no clue what I'm talking. I know you're like making stuff like Kerr mom died when she was young, I was just seeing if you were going to, like, I dunno pipe in an offer some detail. And you're such as storyteller of interested to hear it from your. Did my grandparents me they met when they were in high school? And they ended up getting married earlier than they might have because he was going away to war on. She ended up going to Alaska with him for part of it. She like it, they're a whole should we had Beverly here. No, one of my friends at oh my gosh, you have to ask your gram above to be off to get her on here. She's a trip. She is she's the sweetest, funniest. She loves to talk like ginger she does. She's got that gift again. Michigan accent. She's like all a Jacqueline. I just love a nice bowl of frosted flakes, and the morning that he's not from Minnesota accent. But I think it's on there's some parts of that accent that are accurate soul good. I know that's a little minute. Yeah. Very just like your Austrailia British accent. I'm not known for accents people. Let's just put it that way. Then you have another grandmother, who's very fashionable and was always popular with the men. They always did double takes when she'd walk by she's very slim and put together. Other and a real modern woman. Yeah, we'll go out to eat even now and she's way more fashionable than I haven't heard as much because she lived in Florida for a long time that she moved back to the mid west. But maybe we'll have to hang out with your soon, so I can get some fashion tips. Yeah. She's she's a trip. She's a lot of fun. She's got some really good stories too. She's a lot quieter than my other grandma one. She opens up and starts telling stories she's got some crazy. What was it like having grandparents that were so different? I loved it Jack in bed, where the type of grandparents would ignore all my parents rules, like my mom would say, Joente give her any candy and I come home with, like two bags full sugar. That's the best part of grandparents in NAN was a little more respectful of my parents wishes but we still had a great time. What would you do? Would you go to light fashion shows? No. What? But I do remember being pretty young, and I think she had crossed nails in her purse, or maybe she just had her nails done, but my sister, and I used to ask her every time we saw her to bring us fake nails. That's where you them from Jackson's like we gotta go get her nails. I can think gremlin they end for that. And I think she always had I was gonna say tick text, but it wasn't. It was cert- s- those men's in her purse. And my sister was obsessed in every time we'd seen in man can have some sorts and nails bushy, the type of grandmother, that was like, don't call me grim other feel. Exactly. I love those grim of's, who were just like I know I'm your grandmother, but let's not get carried away here. I'm not that old so exactly she looked very young and hip. So she didn't want us running out. She said girl don't ruin my game. I got you know, Bob over there. The what do they call it? Retirement village. Trend of take me out on the town Dona be telling them I'm old. Yes. And the other thing I remember for my birthday, she would give us like a certain amount of money, but would take shopping week ago pick out. Whatever present we wanted the, that's the best and that's the point of grandparents is that they get to sort of spoil you away that your parents can't or else, you would turn into a monster. Anyone you know, you can't be indulge too much. But grandparents, they can do that, for sure. Because it's not as frequent also. Yeah. Jecklin beverage so fun, especially my grandma, because she would try to give us all these rules that my mom never gave us like silly things. Like you have to clean your plate before you get it from the table. Absurd. She would try to cook for us and my sister, and I were very picky eaters..
"travis wall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"And she says one of the reasons why it took her so long to tell anybody on the show about it is because she doesn't want to be regarded as weak. She didn't even tell Travis wall about it last week because she feels like when she mentioned that either gets babied or she gets sort of like put off to the side. And I think unintentionally so silky just did that saying, oh, yeah. E is the weakest because of her condition, and I think that's what got av fired up because that's basically Bryn twenty five years of her life. And so it's something that you comes at very defensively. So get it'll it'll bubble over much more untucked as I'm sure we'll talk about. But I think that's where she was coming from to the point where we're going to get into this elicit stuff when she's done. She walks by. She like looks directly at silk invisibly. Mutters like basically fuck you for saying that I should go home because I'm injured. Well, speaking of that, let's get to this. Eliza Edwards of periods. Cooked up a BS way to bring her in. But I'm so happy we brought her in Elissa is going to basically teach the girls how to bring personality to the roadway. I say delightful segment to just, you know, much like the mini challenges it brings the queen's outta their shallow bit and Elissa is just always a delight. She is dragged race royalties. She deserves that lower third. Right. What did you make this segment? Oh, this is great. It's so much fun anytime you can get a listen my God is she coming back because she looked she looked. She didn't look like a boost Sheila boot. She looked amazing. She was so freaking beautiful, and she had so many great one liners for these queens when they were out there talking about looking like a football player, and that you you grow you need to try again and girl take your time. Mick the audience want you. Yes, girl. Yes. Everything she did Liana. I was like I was so here for it. I just love her so much. Oh my gosh. She's totally somebody who literally gets away with murder, and we know it, and we don't care. Yeah. I thought it was like oh, special guests. I was like, oh, I wonder who it could be. And then you see from behind you like oh. Definitely you could tell it was her, and it was fun. This this runway thing almost kind of reminded me of like a team building activities somehow, you know, get everybody comfortable with each other. We're going to get you out of your shell. It was it was funny. But you know, and then of course, we have like this underlying tension of being like 'cause what exactly did she say you can push through things as long as you're not pushing through your lament, and like shade is Sochi which I didn't quite know. I mean, I guess it was all in reference to Mike what you said about the whole injury thing. So that was what really got her. But the the rest of it was a lot of fun. Yeah. I mean, this is it's fantastic. Bring Banji on from the very beginning. Because again, considering how much has gone compared to Eliza in terms of how you just love for personality. It's crazy to see these two like in the same room interacting with each other to the point where Elissa starts talking to it goes, pop, debris, please. And then it's just such fantastic dynamics. I love that. Apparently Elissa spirit animal is filthy. I guess I could understand that. It's just I did not immediately make that comparison. And as as Banji said, it's just like a completely different plastique..
"travis wall" Discussed on Izzy and Spain
"This is slow it down kind of they'd like to play in the eighties the lower eighties upper seventies. So they like to get up and down with you. So the multiplicity of his coaching styles and him doing whatever it takes to win. And also like we'll talk about the legacy as well. Some of the foibles like some of the missteps that Travis wall situation, the unfortunate comments during the Larry Nassar investigation and stuff like that. Like all these things go into it. And we talked to him on my show January second so bring in the new year we actually were played it this morning, and he mentioned the entirety of his career. He's looked to trying to be the best leader. He can't. And he's. Minute that he's made a lot of mistakes. But at the same time all these do is coach basketball the best way he knows how and you look at the big ten. I mean, there's been some terrific coaches in over the last decade or so and he stands at the forefront. So if he cuts down another another net in Minneapolis on Monday. I think this puts him in the top ten of all time, and especially in the modern era. He's creeping into the top five or six for school. That was pretty good basketball before he got there. But Michigan state has become a powerhouse in the nationally recognized university because of him and in the last three decades. Well, if you ask him he agrees that there is something about another title that will solidify his stature amongst the great those who think he needs it for his hall of fame career. He said I'd say they're right because I need to validate it for me. I don't need to validate it for them. I have my own goals and aspirations of what I wanna do. I don't wanna say to get them off my back. I want to say it because if that's your goal for me. I promise you my goals. Are bigger than your goals for me? Just like, I'm sure your goals for yourself are bigger than the ones that I have for you. So he's acknowledging that those who think this is necessary to feel like a hall of Famer to qualify as a hall of Famer, then he thinks right? And this is the eighth final four appearance for him with the Spartans they of course, one back in two thousand and there's a guy in the team. Now freshman Marcus Bingham junior was born three months after the last time is let it team. So I mean, that's how long he's been there and consistency. Right. I think that's the thing with Izzo is whether you want to argue that more titles are necessary to be up with the woods. And the coach case he is always keeping the guys sort of consistently in contention. No, he's he's done a terrific job on the coaching side of things. And even though Charles, and I disagree on the the on that I mean, and it's not about it being so agreed that we think no fired or punish. It's just that you watch that. And it makes you think that someone who out of control is the not actually coaching and leading they're just out of control. And we chock it up to though, that's coaching looks like he did it his last name to the commercial though. But he did it his last game as well. Cash. Listen say man, we're going into a time out here. We only got thirty five forty five seconds. Let's play Kansas out twice. Stop him from London to my end. If you notice Tillman is the guy that is not having it because when he lunged at Aaron Henry, he also looked up Xavi Tillman every play this ain't gonna happen. This time last time it was at Xavier Telman again and cash socialite, bro. We got it. We got a game. We're playing Duke playing superman and James harden, right now, please show mind, right? So we can get back on his course. So Tom Izzo is a very passionate dude and old school, dude. You know, you might think of him as a dinosaur..
"travis wall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"Hot tea meal served by big, Tom and t-bird survivor Africa fame, we'll all be served to you while floating on a barge and the in the ocean. Because why not I understand that the t bird of it all in bit confused about why big homes in there. Big Tom's cheese. Burger I guess he. Well, he did when he was asked. What he missed most an Africa. He did say cheeseburgers. So I guess that does make sense. Yeah. Oh my God. If they don't remember that David is a returning player queue magin if big Tom or t-bird came back out there. That's very true. All right. Let's let's see what we have to add to the menu as well. As defacto. Chefs here alley what do you have? So I felt like I misunderstood the question because I just took existing advantages and put them into food pun. So while we were talking I came up with a new one also that would be a new advantage. I do have to. All right. Something old something new give it to them. Yeah. So the old one is in like the style of state fair like a Turkey legacy advantage for parody old idol Nola fryer that does sound good. And. Mind. But better mine was the chicken leg ac- advantage damn. All right. And then I have a suggestion of. Reopens turning over Blair goes back to their old bay seasoning. So. Just get to pick the returning players to leave to go back to their old bay seasoning. You basing an apple turnovers. I don't know how to cook. You know? I went the breakfast routes. I went for extra vote meal with Lecce and deviled legacy advantages. God, what was the don't change Alexei one? It was ideal say delay. Unifil? All right. So for next week, we talked about Ron Clark and his thirty three movements. Let's see if we can all put on our best Travis wall hats and add another movement to that. What is one dance move? You would want to bring to survivor probably going to be currently existing one. Unless you want to describe to us or hell videotape yourself doing the dance. Why not will accept those submissions of feel free to send us all your dance moves, and we will compile them next week as we talk with I'm super excited for this. The first lady of podcasting herself, Nicole. We'll be stopping by the BNB to make an appearance at talk about episode three. Can we say Liana because I know the last time the first lady podcasting was on with rob rob tried to devote her to like the first lady of RHA P to not step at other female podcasters. I'm okay as female podcast or not to represent all milk podcasters with Nicole being the first lady podcasting. And I know that I'm not the female podcast or that would have been worried about but for whatever my blessings were. She has it. Yeah. I also don't really care to be honest. I did until he said that. And then I was like, I don't care. So yeah, I we will continue to call or the first lady podcasting feels apropos. So if you have any dance moves suggestions that you want to say to us, and whatever title, you wanna deem, Nicole sister, Nino, you can always reach out to us using the hash tag, RHA BNB. You can always Email us or J P N B. Gee, Mel dot com. That's where we also get any game suggestions as well..
"travis wall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"But it was like far from one of the best technical dances of the season, and it just got it became this gigantic moment and everyone was crying and I just from dance point of view. I just felt like try. I think Travis hides the work behind the story so often and another choreographer guy criticized for that this year. And I just think that this was an important piece and he gave it to exactly the right male dancer. And for for the leading role. And I think that Travis should have done a better routine. I think this story deserved a special routine and instead of choreographing the same old stuff and applying an important message to it and expecting that to be enough. And it wasn't enough because everyone was willing to let it be enough, and I think it is better than that, and I think he needs to. He was looking great this year, and I think that his his string instrument routine was fantastic. Other than that, I think Travis wall phoned in the entire season and I wanted him to try harder, especially when you have a dancer, like Darius who can do and everything. Give them something to do. Okay. I'm gonna respectfully. Disagree. I had no problem with the choreography. There's a great moment where Taylor is behind him. He is front and center, and she has this gorgeous, like kind of emir. Staccato fall to the ground that sticks in my mind and it's connected with his movement in a way that I think was really interesting. And I just think that like even if I was maybe more critically judging the choreography, it was something that was performed and put together powerfully enough to make me just saw both times that I watched this on TV and the fact that it's on primetime on FOX, and Nigel lift go is standing for it. And and again, this is about the response. So I understand your point about thirteen itself in this is more about the context of it, but the fact that Travis did this and pulled it off and it's, it's on this show that I think has so much late and homophobia through the years in the ways that male dancers are allowed to express themselves so much so many years of slogging through Nigel, criticizing gay men for their ballroom frame because they're not. Masculine enough and all of these like in ways that that he points that out. And then finally we have this, which is thanks to the experience of so many male dancers and just so many male performers in general. It just really meant a lot to me and I thought that it was at the very least well executed enough. Yeah, I'm just really cynical, but this kind of thing, it always feels reactionary to me. It always feels token e and you know, like I think the success of Darius on the season relative though it was because obviously he deserved to make it further than he did. Dancers like him have made it a lot not like not to the final six before. And so the successive areas on the season I do think is Ha's momentum. That said it was not that wasn't enough for me in terms of like actual honest to God progress. And we talked about this when we talked about who made it into the final ten. We were talking, what was that kid's name? Who did the hip hop who was like pretty good, but not amazing tip up. No idea. I want to say his name was like Jonathan or something, whatever that kid who got eliminated and he made you made you really mad the way that Nigel criticized him. That kind of thing is still so present on the show. And I don't think that a token very. You know, I guess, okay. This is also coming from like a liberal Canadian coastal city kind of point of view..
"travis wall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"They don't get beyond dancing with the stars. They're not used as all stars very often because the show doesn't have a lot of us for them when there is a use for them, bring them in his legs. Can do literally anything give Zach is shot, but Alexa also had to be there to support his girlfriend who still together. I talk. Taylor who blindsided the season Taylor was in the best routine of the entire season. In my rebellion him. Can you believe this is my favorite routine. Yes. Are you shocked leader? I really I, here's the thing leader. First of all, dairy is is extraordinarily beautiful creature from heaven. And he danced this insanely wonderfully and long lived areas. This routine. If you take away the costumes and the makeup and travis's little spiel beforehand telling you what it's about it and and the fact that it's like a very important topic, and it really touches people's hearts and all that kind of stuff. And they danced it very beautifully. It looked exactly like every single other routine we've ever seen in terms of the actual choreography of this routine. How was it different from the. Kent and Neil conflict routine or the robber in Tucker routine, like all of the all of the really sentimental, really quote, unquote, powerful Tra driver, Travis wall routines. Why? I think it would be hard to say that about anything..
"travis wall" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"So now thirty seven in two years from like i mean what are there they're fourteen players on a basketball team there's one hundred out of football team what a whole sirri including in this large if any other the teams anyone it student athletes it wasn't just regular students yes that's that's us mindboggling number in two years yeah in in in the numbers were found because so kathy went into this meeting on without lawyer who is also very involved in victim rights and and she and her students had come through media reports to find that number these were this was not a secret these were reported allegations of sexual assault and add to date at that point in the meeting that there was no repercussions or punishment from anyone at the university in so you know there there are some that were in the in the criminal system and going through the process there were some title nine investigations but it's just it's so frustrating and she gave me a comparable number at a different school which was twenty six over that two years which is still wei too many but but that is an alarming number in the reason she highlighted it be was because louisiana simon was on the board of governors at the time and it was in a position of power within the ncw structure so you know it it it's very alarming and you would hope that if they wanted to get involved in in moral issues and safety issues with their student athletes that if someone tips you often says here's a really alarming number and these are all publish reports so there's potentially even more here that you should look at that someone would listen so right now the this is shifted to all to become a tommaso marked antonio related story i mean those are much more recognizable phases certainly for our audience what general is those will or narcotic men's basketball coach and i think to me my biggest it's kind of while factor with with the story as outside the lines reported especially as a story developed over the weekend was the part about travis wall and again.
"travis wall" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"If anyone was a way of the sexual assault happening to women on a ms you campus from the office of the president board of trustees athletic department faculty and campus beliefs and didn't say or do anything about it they should be fired those are the words of magic johnson he says cookie and i stand in support of the victims and their families as they embark on the road to recovery not support the movement to hold everyone involved accountable this is magic does he continues the roles of the new president board of trustees at leg diploma faculty campus lease and students will be to work together to create new policies and procedures to ensure this never happens again that's magic johnson outside the laws reached out to an friday he was unavailable for comment listen tom izzo talk about his former play a travis walton and why travis walter stayed with michigan state even after the allegations were levied against listen the tommaso in 2010 travis walton was charged with assault and battery for punching a the'male student in the face there were witnesses she was injured why was he allowed to continue with the coaching staff and be with the team while charges were pending before you know we'll cooperate with any of this house have begun it before i will do for us what on my say as we incorporate good every bit she also asked him why travis wall to left michigan state listen to this question and answer why detritus leave the program in 2010.
"travis wall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"And they had to be a single person's decision i wouldn't feel bad about it being tara cuffs decision honestly or djalo yet we're j lo actually i can go by hand so getting into the episode it's today to of the academy and that means contemporary with travis wall and chavez says that he's not interested in building robots here so maybe a little bit a shade at certain people in our jp but he's not interested vildan groba he had some free styling at the beginning which i think is fine of that i also feel like these answers should not need thirtyseconds of freestyle to show their individuality and personalities the coryo agreed and also we've seen so much so so much of their solos at this point that we really do just need to see if they can do choreography i you know i mean it's nice i guess to not wanna build robots his though they do serve i don't know i i i mean it's it's a good point that he's not just trying to see who can follow this jobs and dance by numbers and all that but we've seen plenty of of free styling so how long these routines are there we know their learning them in an hour but we have a sense of the length of the routine they really seem like there including the freestyle maybe fortyfive seconds yeah very short i because i think the we do see them from beginning to end.
"travis wall" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie
"The looked on arasa carry the shower we don't just report on fringe side spirituality and claims of the paranormal no no no we take part ourselves yup when they make reclaims we show up so you don't after armas watcher and i'm carry poppy and hough we've reached we've donna it's the final day of the ozark mountains ufo conference oh man it's been quite a journey in arkansas we've had a great time no man this was a great threat yeah and we're excited to go back for our final talk and speakers panel now this does not conclude our summer of yet those no sir or ma'am but it is our final day at ozark in particular or miss some people get really upset if you call them or ms my mom included okay well if your moms listening ms ms so i up travels walton who right okay so this was the other talk that i was really excited about i think this in stand in friedman were the real selling points for me of the whole conference nothing to do with als but okay travis wall tune you may know as the logger who was abducted in the story of fire in the sky yeah you watch the movie before this yet for the first time like just a few days before it been a few years since i'd seen firing the sky so wasn't to clear in my head but it's one of the most famous abduction cases of all time it is on amazon you can rent it for a few bucks merigo anti watched it it had robert patrick in it so boring whose awesome.
"travis wall" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"She's not gonna make it through hollywood week yeah whatever may mean yep make if through the academy she's going to hit the travis wall she's going to it's going to happen yet if she didn't hit one of the wallich usually hip ups i because it's theoretically the quote unquote easiest which is a little not fair to say suspect yet but i think she gets cut like during the nappy tabs i will cosign not so so next we have someone who i will just say up front that i was absolutely completely taken with is the greatest okay great growth it's scared like don't criticize there i don't wanna be like this was the sensor ever have like okay fine because i feel like you have much more credit that idea the dance unlike doesn't matter on our this so this this is corny waskita and she is nineteen some florida and she moved from japan when she was two and both their parents are sushi chefs but she had kind of a hard time embracing her japanese culture because she had an experience which is very common asianamerican experience in parts of the us which is that she was the only asianamerican person around her should throw away her lunches 'cause they were weird in she kind of rejected this culture but dance to her was a form of communication because she can speak english shows kind of served as her second language but now she loves and accepts our heritage and i absolutely love the story i know it's a little cookiecutter american dream but this this hit me in the fields as the kids.
"travis wall" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
"And you ball change into a human tired those ads this career sis not ideal this is not ideal travis wall would be like why did you fall down like traps i have a pretty good reason for this one nigel natural for nigel not nigel farage nigel lift nigel if gallon of nigel thorn thornberry's is like it was a good dance until totally stepped on and hacksaw ridge that tired that human toward all over the place and it was rough stuff it was really in i mean i out of him and paulo i love your style i love your moves it does cause they look like your on high alert stepping all is like i kinda like when you made the turtle explode by dancing stepping on it really hard i kind of liked that it was very evocative it added to travis choreography and i'm here i'm here for my audition oh could come on in east gonna be great yes it's going to be very good the one thing is to help me get comfortable i was wondering if i could spread human feces emmett donald's rappers all over the floor of this place so i can do the dancing good because i hit my marks of course of course of course why would you even jars yes this is dance that was the center stage by the way that were they teach that class about how to hit your your poop marks i've seen center stage way too many times of my life.