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Comic Magician "Amazing Johnathan" Interview & Set       Show #78 - burst 01

Standup Comedy "Your Host and MC"

02:15 min | Last month

Comic Magician "Amazing Johnathan" Interview & Set Show #78 - burst 01

"Wow that's fascinating start but learning on the streets of san francisco. There's a lot of talented jugglers and comics. But and magicians like you mentioned harry anderson who cut their teeth on the streets. I did not know that was your background. How long were you on the street about two years. And then when you start getting really good down the street you're crowds start to get really enormous and I got arrested Every weekend for obstruction because my crowds would go out into the street and as soon as they stepped out on the street the cops were laying and they would arrest me so i had to stop doing that and at the time. Their comedy clubs who are just starting out in their holy city. Zoo in san francisco is open. And and so i moved my show indoors and started doing nightclubs and at that time. It was dana. Carvey robin williams that that was the gang. I came up with doing comedy well and didn't actually do your show at the holy city zoo. Yeah oh yeah oh man. We've told the podcast listeners. In the past that is a famous club it had maybe twenty. Four seats a really teeny stage. There was a balcony that actually held like two or three people. I mean it was one of the smallest rooms in the history of comedy. Entertainment and yet people like robin williams dainik carbonate and apparently right amazing jonathan worked at. That's incredible i. Was there the night robin brought his contract and we got more committee and he brought his contracts and told everybody and we were looking through his contracts. Some five thousand dollars a week. That's incredible heaps money but yeah robin Was there and then dana. Carvey and god everybody at that time. Vallon too generous and and It was a great great eric. Come up doing comedy and you can also boarding house and always area. This there was like probably about twenty rooms within Three hour drive you know. Oh no san francisco was definitely a hub and a birthplace for a lot of the entertainers. Our audiences heard of in Enjoyed on

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"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:28 min | Last month

"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Like how bad is really. That's what my sister-in-law is fantastic about. Well it's our sister-in-law tharcisse her lung sheriff sister in law. She's the best she's the best of that is a real gift and i'll tell her problems i'm having because i know she'll decide with me blindly. Yeah it's age are really good at your But that's and that was so that felt so loving. Just have everybody on my side. And then once i let like that fire of anger burned out and it felt supported in. Okay then i was able to like see it. More clearly but Yes so. I guess that just made me think of like. It's really beautiful to allow anger and it can. There's a way that anger can lead to feeling loved. Well that and that's why. I mentioned the love and the story was that we didn't have to address it. Yeah the love i had for. Richard was not feeling like i had to address it in the love yet for it just happened like flapping of the duck wings. I just wanted to know. That's an offensive question. And i think a condescending just let you know how i'm feeling right now and then we moved on and and that took us into It's okay to flap your wings instead of what clearly. We're still railing against the being polite. That christianity is just about being polite it. It also makes me think of remember. We had a friend who Had a conflict with another friend that we have and she called us and our schooled me and i was like. Yeah fucked chip. That's that's so unfair. Like you know just totally siding with her and then leave. Msci told the other friend can you. Can you tell him what you think about this. And which i understand. She had her. She had marry under slight very understandable reasons for doing that. But i was like well. No i was talking shit. I was talking shit to be there for you. Know talking shit works you. Don't tell the person live. we're talking shit about what i said. Yeah you complain. The your friend did this to you. I say fuck that friend. That's like a piece of shed goes up to pay survive and don't tell him beat said you're a piece of shit. Yeah next time you have a fight with this friend. But that's not how this works because the person was receiving it very understandably as like. Wow vallon p really believed this. They think i'm right. And the truth is is like yeah. I can get in touch with a part of me. That totally thinks you're right. There's and so a hundred other parts of me that if you want me to talk to the your friend I could probably find way to side with them. Yeah i guess. That's what i mean is maybe not an exhibit in your case. Now yeah i could see somebody really tearing this argument to shreds. Because i get so. I'm open to this being so wrong but to me. It's like a friend calls you and they're like i'm singing this song and you're like alright. I'll sing the song to and then they're holding you to like so when you said i can't get no satisfaction you you tell them about how you're not satisfied. You're like you're just singing the songs. So i started singing lyrics. Don't matter i'm just trying to make it was just support. Yeah and then. It's a betrayal of that support to go like and then they said europe fucking idiot. I didn't feel edison and now when we go. This is off the record. Do not hold us to talking to a journalist. You can't go and tell the friend that. I said they're super because when i talked to them about you you're stupid so just just know that this is some bullshit to make you feel better because the ultimate truth is everybody stupid. That's why. I really think that human beings are inadequate libraries. And we're all going around being. It's like me and andrew santana joking that we don't know what the suez canal is. It's like we're all of us. Have all these gaps but all of us feel charged with acting like we don't have any gaps..

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Indigenous authors share their favourite reads of 2020

Unreserved

04:38 min | 10 months ago

Indigenous authors share their favourite reads of 2020

"Ns nabi author. Web dj race is in the perfect position to recommend books this year. He was on the jury for this year's writers trust award for fiction and he had to read a hundred and twenty three books by canadian authors. In seven months wab is a former journalist and the author of the award winning novel of the crusted snow though it came out. In two thousand eighteen the post apocalyptic novel is still resonating with readers. Originally from whistling first nation near perry sound ontario wobbly lives in sudbury with his wife and two young boys. Welcome back to the show up. Vagary much vallon happy to be here so we're going to talk about your book. Pick in a few minutes. But first you've been very busy during this pandemic you left your job at. Cbc and have transitioned to writing full time in january you will begin writing the highly anticipated sequel to moon the crusted snow. What's it like writing a book about a dystopia world during a pandemic. it's a very weird. It has sort of made me take a step back and sort of reassess. My i guess plan for the book In in not a major overhaul kind of way just sort of taking a look at some of the minor elements of you know dystopia and the end of the world in this world that created with the crested snow after sort of pick it back up in. My plan is to write about the post apocalypse. Ten years after the end of the crisis. No right so. I have to imagine what's going to be left or the world's what exactly led to the demise of civilization and i guess the biggest challenge is trying to imagine the details of everyday life that are going to exist. You know ten twelve years after the end of the world and what exactly prompted that and to you know so i was originally thinking that there'd be a sickness slash klag element to it but now i'm considering considering house going to work right because you know in that sense. I have to sort of balance speculation with reality now that we are actually living through a play. It's been kind of weird but it's been good too. Because you know for the first time in my life i can focus full time on my imagination and writing these stories so i feel very fortunate. I feel very privileged to be able to do this right now. And so what can readers expect with the new book well They can expect a world. I guess in the aftermath of the blackout that happened in moon of the crusted snow and they'll experience the world through the eyes of the community once again and what the community members going to be doing. There's going to be about five or six of who are on a quest to see what's left of the world so we're going to travel south in hopes of reclaiming their spots on georgian bay. Where which is their original homeland this community right because of the crisis. No you learn that. This community of national back was originally displays from the south to the fire north. So either on this quest to see what's left of the world in what's left of their original homeland so I find out what happens to these characters and how. The new generation of the community grows up. You know in this new era and that's a real fun thing to imagine to for sure. So since the beginning of the pandemic interest in one of the crusted snow has picked up again. Why do you think that's the case I think that's due to a number of reasons. I lead people have more time to read. He owned their at home a lot. And i think they're looking for you know interesting stories to pass the time and you know. It's a huge honor for me to have another bump For my book you know. But i think there's a in added appetite to read post-apocalyptic or dystopia stories because we are living through this end of the world. And i think people want to read a resolution. In any sort of post-apocalyptic apocalyptic story there's always an end to what's going on and and it's not always a happy ending but there is some finality. They're in right now. We sort of have an idea of how this is going to end. Because you know there's discussions about vaccines that are gonna be out soon. But it's still very mysterious right and that's what happened in the first months of the pandemic you know. We just didn't know what was going to happen. So i think reading a book about an end of the world still provides some sort of ending right some sort of resolution and end in a book like none of the crisis snow despite you know the trauma of a world ending in the tragedies that accompany it's there is an underlying spirit of hope in that story in that you know the community Looks to the future and sees it as an opportunity for renewal. And i think people are looking for hope and they can find that implicit bach stories.

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"vallon" Discussed on My Gothic Dissertation

My Gothic Dissertation

07:22 min | 1 year ago

"vallon" Discussed on My Gothic Dissertation

"Back to Emily and the mysteries of Utah Fo-. After her flawed emotional education, our heroine is already susceptible to being controlled by others and not trusting herself. Her father well-meaning, though he maybe doesn't just invalidate emily's emotions. He preaches that she should do it to herself. And so she does. And here we get to the crucial moment when she has the opportunity to sidestep everything, but doesn't. A few weeks after her father has been buried and she up some final affairs before submitting to care if you can call it that of Madame Sharon. Emily is surprised by a visitor. She went to a window that overhung the rivulets and leaning over it with our eyes fixed on the current was soon lost in melancholy referee. In the next moment a door opened, and a stranger appeared, who stopped on perceiving emily? Go to God. Can it be surely I'm not mistaken. Mums as though bear, is it not? It is indeed, said Emily, who was confirmed in her first conjecture, for she now distinguish the countenance of Vancouver. Emily thus resumes her acquaintance with Vallon core whom she and her father had met while traveling the countryside to ease their grief over the death of her mother. It's worth noting here to that. While he was alive, Saint Aubert definitely approved of the feelings he saw forming between Emily and Vallon court. These is a very promising young man. It is many years since I've been so much pleased with any person on so short and acquaintance, but despite her father's clear approval, when Vallon core makes a modest romantic advanced towards emily the after their reunion. Asking if he can begin a former courtship because he's worried that he may never see her again when she goes to live with her aunt. Emily Says No. Why. She feared to trust the preference heart knowledge towards Vallon cool and to give him any encouragement for hope on so shorten acquaintance. Yet though the thought of dismissing Vancouver so very painful to her, that she could scarcely endure to pause upon it, the consciousness of this major fear, the partiality of judgment, and hesitate still more to encourage that suit, for which our own heart to tenderly pleaded her own heart to tenderly pleaded. In other words because she wants to marry valid for so much. She turns him down. Pretty much immediately after Vallon court finished pleading with her to please let him see her again. Just after Emily has exercised the utmost self command in refusing him once and for all. That of Sharon enters the narrative and the entire Gothic. Plot begins to fall into. Place. At this moment and hasty footsteps approached from behind the plane tree, and turning her. Is Emily's saw Madame Sharon. She felt a blush steel upon cheek, and a frame trembled with the emotion of her mind, but she instantly rose to meet visitor. So, NIECE said. Madam Sharon costing a look of surprise and inquiry on Vallon cool. SO NIECE! How do you do that I? Need not ask. Your looks told me you have already recovered your loss. Emily immediately misjudged and accused of impropriety and this first meeting with her new caregiver. And after Vallon core quickly excuses himself madam. Sharon expresses her disapproval of him to. Still though emily has more chances. Vallon core doesn't give up and after a series of mishaps, not I'm Sharon. Eventually changes her opinion when she learns that his aunt as one of the most rich and influential women in the region. Emily Invalid Corps finally become engaged with the approval of Madam Sharon. Only to have her make a total reversal when she marries Senor. Montagny and goes along with the other plans. He has for Emily. Plans that will take her away from France and valid core. But in a chance meeting with fallon core on the night before her departure, emily again has the chance to circumvent her impending suffering. But. She doesn't trust yourself enough to follow her instincts. After Valentine's emily declare their undying love for one another and pledged to stay true during this quote cruel separation. He proposes again. Why should we confide the happiness of our whole lives to the will of people who have no right to interrupt and except in giving you to me? Have no power to promote it. Emily! Venture to trust your own heart. Venture to be mine for. Venture to trust your own heart. Even he recognizes that the problem is emily's inability to trust yourself the perhaps he doesn't realize how difficult it is for her to overcome because he is a man has an experienced the same kind of chronic invalidation. She received during her education. Surprising no one emily rejects him one last time and seals her fate and his for the next several hundred pages. Gt and good sense however had the conflict at length, triumphed over affection and mournful presentiment. And she acted perhaps with somewhat more than female fortitude. To endure a present, rather than provoke a distant misfortune. With the candor that proved had truly she esteemed and loved him, and which endeared her to him, if possible more than ever. She told Volun- crew all her reasons for rejecting his proposals. Somewhat more than female fortitude. Gross. Things continue to get drawn out for a few more pages including Bellancourt very legitimate warning that Montagny maybe up to no good in whisking her and her off to Italy. But ultimately they part ways. Readers or at least this reader watch the fallout of Emily's self-doubt for the next few volumes with increasing frustration. Especially since through all her struggles nearly forced marriages exposure to the CD dissipation of Venetian, life, imprisonment, and a castle, the continual threat of rape. She continuously refers back to her love for vowing core as the only chance for her escape, a chance that she clearly had but forfeited because she had been taught not to trust yourself. I wish I could say that by the end, emily learns to think for herself and ignore the voices of neglectful abusive caregivers. As the reader nears the end of the novel. They keep hoping that maybe finally. Emily will just run off with valid core and give up on trying to get the approval of yet another meddling and flawed guardian. This time the Count Deville for who takes emily, and after she finally escapes auto. But no. The reader ends up disappointed. The count has been keeping Emily Vallon core apart. because. Polite society has been circulating all kinds of nasty rumors about him. Things having taken a pretty tough turn for him to while emily was holed up in.

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"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:53 min | 1 year ago

"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Oh dear I didn't. I didn't understand how people could live. Remember that board game. It's a puzzle and you wind it up and there's a timer. And then at a certain point the puzzle explodes basically eight. I'm a little older. I know better than me. You're playing this. You were like look at this cutting edge technology. I love that game. What was that called? Pop it or something. It was something like that and we live on one of those. We live on a board that at any moment. So I think one of the things that makes And I'M GONNA put this to share and I mean like I'm not just going to blab invalid. Aren't going to talk about desk theory. One of the reasons I think California. Ken Be leaning towards spiritual staff is. I think there's more of death awareness. Here there's a death awareness on the east coast because you guys have seasons Vallon. I spent the winter and the fall in Rhinebeck and we were like God. We felt like we were enlightened. We of course. The leaves become the fertilizer for the tree. And you see the cycle. Then you come out here and it's timeless and sunny all the time which is very unnatural or can feeling natural. Because I don't feel sunny all the time but I do think we go around going like we sort like ask anybody what they're earthquake theory is what their plan is and they don't they don't really have one. They're just kind of like well. Denial right it's awareness. Yeah what do you think? Let me just say you spent November and Rhinebeck. Not exactly the depth of winter. Just say wintertime to us. I love it. You called us out. We want it to be there for the transition and we were and thou who writes poetry and is quite lovely and we're reading Mary Oliver and and it.

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"vallon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"The had the map painted up and see was standing on the neck of west rose and Jamie was standing on the fingers the part of the west coast that the little fingers from called the fingers and people I done deal. He's the little brother. And it's going to do it. And they don't have to pay off the Vallon car stuff. It's just to me that they didn't. It's odd to me that they had all that kind of foreshadowing the show itself. And then they just zig. It's not the worst thing. It's just this is fine. I think it's horsh it the way Jamie guy here, and it seems like there was better better ways to go. But they seem like a lot of things that they came down today. Just want to subvert everything. Yeah. I agree. And that might be a problem. The Martin has to like a satis satisfy character arcs eventually to stops averting. Because if you keep subverting the knows nothing makes sense everything's arbitrary and random. I'm inclined to say in this moment. This idea of the valid car theory coming true with the cast what the fuck keep coming down all around him and dragon fire from every direction and the mad Queen none of that matters anymore in that moment. Right. I don't like how led up to it. I basically everything about what they did Jamie's character. But in that moment like he's gonna stick a knife. Or as he's back. I get some kind of prophecy that wasn't even in the show 'isolation great in for them both. Well, I think in the moment, I think you have to almost isolate this scene from the rest of the episodes. Yes. Which completely undermines care? Yeah. But in the scene, there's no point in him killing anymore, and you know, whatever residual love is still there after she betrays him, and he leaves her and goes to fight for the living and comes back whatever's left shows through, and I think that's fine in that moment. So then. Also, I do like the, Jamie. Another prophecy. Not not quite as clear of prophecy. More of just like Jamie said, but it comes true to die in the arms of the woman. He loves that happens. That's pretty nice moment. And then we go to aria waking up from her trauma yet again and stumbles out into the street where she comes face to face with the white horse, and she rides it straight out of the episode. People said this is like the pale the death right in the pale horse. That makes no sense to me because now are is not the personification of death in the scene. Yeah. I saw a lot of people saying she was. I mean, just like symbol of death literally people dying because she looks like a dead person. Because. Dep-? I think of something that's dangerous and deadly. And I don't think I think Danny I don't think a person's victim. No. And aria was essentially victimizes entire episode. I agree with you. I I've seen people saying she's off to actually killed any now. And that's like she's definitely the top list of people you'd suspect of killing Danny for. Sure. Right. And that's why they're proclaiming her as death. But that we're well. Okay. But isn't that weird because it's also kind of like. Completely undoes the character progress you had this episode though, like she's going to go back to preserve to pursue engines. Yeah. I mean, it sort of lessens the hounds speech to her. But also, there's this white horse that this child is carrying around this whole episode, and you can see a burnt to a crisp at the end of it. So what does that say about this horse?.

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"vallon" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

Black Girl Nerds

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Black Girl Nerds

"Like good quick map is like the whole episode on my Bremen's core guard like does not get cold vic- out here. Like, it kind of goes back to the fact that he's a I'd raven like he sees he knows what's going to happen. He doesn't know when so no brand stays ready. I'm out Chenier every day until Jimmy pot up. Okay. So you know, and you know, Jamie just kinda like oh bleep. I push. Hey. Jamie's fate is sealed. Past this season. And it's either going to be at the hands of brand or at the hands of Cirrus. So we'll see what happens, but. Yeah, jamie. He ING he won't be living much long. Yeah. I don't I'm I'm I'm holding out. I'm hoping that Jamie, you know, sticking to horrible. Things ching was pushed to our window on the other terrible things. And he's kind of have a redemptive arc, and he's kind of character that we all love now. So I I don't wanna see Jamie, go down. And then I kinda want Jamie to stick around simply for the fact that we need someone to take out survey. And. Jamie's going to do the prophecy states. They touch them the prophecy on the show. But in the book, they left out a part that says the Vallon car broke, essentially, a said like the in car will wrap his it's his hands around your neck, and you'll die essentially, that's the prophecy. So she's gonna get strangled at some point. Invalid car means little brother in. Hi, Larry him in Jamie. Is her little brother? It's I mean, they're twins. But sir, say came out I and I feel like it'd be too obvious for it to be Tyrian. So I think it'd be kind of poetic that the person that ends up killing say as the person that loves her the most snow a main who knows maybe Brian will take him out at the same time. I don't know. But. But I I'm rooting for Jamie to to be live at the end of this. So they'll be interested in the singing, but I'm really looking forward to next week brands reaction to Jamie, don't feel like actually brands upset at this point. He's not human anymore. So he's not really gonna be upset about as. Elam feel some type of parallel exactly like it is what it is. He doesn't need his legs. And you know, if you think about it if Jamie hadn't pushed him out the window new wouldn't be the three eyed raven. So he's I feel like they're, you know, brands waiting to have a conversation with him. I don't think brands waiting to be like you push me out a window on. I'm gonna put you to death can't say the dancing. If you see the preview for next week. He's brought a before them in the great hall ends..

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"vallon" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Cover ups, you referred to a Lincoln as he's kind of the last man standing that is that all the presidents prior to able Inca are now sort of discredited and considered, you know, racists, but Lincoln is seems to be remaining sort of sacrosanct, you you say that he's a secular Saint of our corrupt and decaying civilization. What do you mean by that? Yeah. I think he's an appropriate secular Saint for our particular civilization at this point Lincoln establish so many awful president. He was he was the first imperial president. He was the first president to really go beyond the bounds established by the constitution is what his responsibility of office were. And I have lots, of course, they're even from court story who say things like that. It's hard to say what Lincoln thoughts limit of his powers were. He believed that he could do basically used to say I'm commander in chief. And because of the country ended up being at war, which I I hope I demonstrate the book, I think it was largely his doing. He's the one that pushed for war. So aggressively backed by the radical Republicans, his no one else wanted the confederacy certainly didn't want but Lincoln established show many awful presidency. When he suspended the writ of habeas, corpus unprecedented thing when thousands we may south. Of Americans were thrown into into makeshift prisons simply because they opposed his policies. Any people were arrested during church services later Clement Vallon, digging was one of my largely unsung American. Here's Lincoln's greatest critic fo in the congress democrat, but he was so called copperheads just like Lincoln's policy was arrested in the middle of the night. We when we saw Roger the rate on. Roger stone's house recently. There was a lot of precedent. And sitting was arrested even earlier maybe one two o'clock in the morning when soldiers stormed home, basically took him from they're interested in because he had.

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"vallon" Discussed on Only A Game

Only A Game

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Only A Game

"But it was so popular that it became a show on comedy central and basically someone usually a comedian gets really drunk and explain some historical event on Tiffany haddish. And today, we're gonna talk about rose Vallon, and then actors are brought into lip sync the dialogue that the drunk. People are imagining the real life historical characters might have said enrolls be like, I'm memorize this. So Billy Corgan decided to drunk history. The dialogue in his movie with one pretty big difference dawned on me that well everybody acted like children. I mean. And actually worse than children because I feel like there's just such a level of just disregard for a thirty and the rules and just selfishness and they're worse than children. It's not even fair. So I thought like wouldn't it be funny? If the actors were kids and like literally eight nine ten year old kids with facial hair dressed as cops in lab. Coats with stethoscopes pinstripes Yankee uniforms. There was some inspiration for this. And some foundation for it in nineteen Ninety-seven. This is one of my favorite music videos of all time on never forget. The first time I saw a spike Jones. The director was faced with a unique challenge. He had to produce a posthumous music video for biggie who had recently been murdered for the song sky's the limit. And so what he decided to do was just to do a straightforward classic. Our title, bad boy, records hip hop music. Video of the mid to late ninety s with the fancy cars the for sake. Close the mention the pool the girls, but everybody was eight years old prince Madrid. He had a a baby biggie lip synching, baby. Puffy a baby Busta rhymes a baby. Lil Kim always held that in the back of my mind that that would be a really interesting approach someday. And you can't just do it for anything, you know, like coking cowbys would not be appropriate, for example, are so after you came up with the idea, and before you actually found the kids in started shooting, it you must have sobered up and told someone your plan. How did that conversation go? I was bullish on it. I was psyched, man. You can imagine sobered up the next day. And I was like, no it's still it's still a good idea. And they agreed. And I think they knew we were desperate. We needed something. We needed an idea we needed to do re-creations re-creations are hard, you know, to make them. Look good to have them stylistically incorporate into your documentary seamlessly and so we needed a bold idea. It's pretty out there. Listen, the thing was always called screwball. That was always our approach to the story whenever we make a documentary cocaine. Cowboys we say this isn't just a documentary. What John is this movie? So cooking Cowboys we said, this is a gangster movie..

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"vallon" Discussed on Binge Mode

Binge Mode

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Binge Mode

"What is your number one wish? Fulfillment requests for the final season. This is another question. It's almost impossible because there's so many things we want. But no, we can't have. But so let's use to interpret this like not core core core plot K. Okay. Because like, I think we both want like John to be alive, for example, like that fails to central. What's something that's a little more on the margins that you really want for me. It's Vallon court three. Yes. I needed to happen, Jamie. But your hands around. I kinda gain bowl. I like, but it's like whatever I feel like Jamie has to kill her. Yeah. He's got to do it. That's one thing that I will be disappointed. If it doesn't happen. I agree. Jamie fulfilling the Vallon court prophecy is that one it's gotta be the put gamble. Listen, I guess I get hype as as much as anyone else for the gamble honestly part in part because we've all been talking about it so long when it's like, let's see this through. And then I'd be goes to live. I still have I need it. Next flow Siegel. What house do you most identify with think that you would be in? So this is hard. Yeah. These questions are always hard to answer. I am going for the great houses with how stark because of an animal. Furry fluffy companion, right by my side. I think that I relate to and identify with all of those characters the most. And so it's principally about that. These are the people I'm most invested in. And so these are the people I relate to an invasion myself with even though I just said, I never wanna live in winter Phil I think the idea of being humanitarian God simultaneously in the thick of it. Right. But slightly remove that is is appealing to me. That's kind of why I have my first my top. Okay. Let's hear it. The Martell Snell. Listen Dorn got short shrift in the show short short short shrift. Oh, yeah. But the Marcello have a lot to offer very influential with the room, despite being very very separate because of the particular history that Dorn plays within the Rome was not conquered for over a century. After he owns invasion, very hard place to conquer. They're very independent minded. They get to style themselves as princes even within the wider kingdom end. Just like, you know, I like what they're about. I like the cut of their Jim it's a more open society. There's more gender parody. We can just party there. But also very dangerous like also don't fuck with us because we're conniving, and we're we can hurt you in ways that maybe you're not expecting. I love that kind of outstretch just kind of raw strength. To hear you say that last part, but it also endless and the other thing is like the climate is fantastic. If I were going to say, they're like fabled lovers will that that's true. That's all part of it though. That's all part of the spicy stew of Dohrn that I love about the Martinez everything about how stark that appeals to me is magic. But magic that isn't super showy the charge Garin magic. It's just like the n burn. That's right. The subtlety of the connection to the old guys so subtle..

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NBA Trade Deadline Roundup: All the action you need to know

After Hours With Amy Lawrence

05:53 min | 2 years ago

NBA Trade Deadline Roundup: All the action you need to know

"Now, it was a little bit quiet as well in the I would say the the two hour range before the NBA trade deadline. I was procrastinating finishing my column, of course, what else is new. And so I was looking at Twitter and refreshing and try to figure out whether or not any moves had been made. And it was eerie. It was really eerie at that point. But there was a flurry of activity right before the deadline. So in that final hour Nico mirror attached to the bucks. So they bolster their three point shooting Marcus, Saul who was very close to landing in Charlotte. Instead ends up with Toronto. If you missed my conversation with Greg Brady some morning show host on the fan five ninety. Well, we talked to him. Let me just let me just summarize my conversation with Craig Brady I asked him so with the change at head coach. And and of course, bringing in Kuwait Leonard in the off season Marta rose, and is gone now Yoenis Vallon Schuman's valid out Marcus all is in. How much has changed with the culture? This is very earnest question. Right. How much has changed with the culture of the raptors the season his response. Well, LeBron has gone. So a lot has changed. Okay. So maybe maybe the raptors are overcompensate, and maybe they're not. But I think if you look big picture Eastern Conference while we're talking about it. The fact that it's the Sixers who make the move for Tobias Harris. It's Mark assaulted the raptors at its Nico mirror attached to the bucks. These three moves are all for the here. And now they're for the present there about winning that conference. Now, I know the Celtics didn't make a move. Their lineup is got a lotta pieces that they're still trying to make sure they can get all on the same page, but no glaring weaknesses in the case of the Celtics. So you got those four teams, but the three that make the moves are about winning now. Whereas in the Western Conference monitor move here and there nothing super serious. Most of the teams as the dust settles on this trade deadline. Most of the teams. Are about positioning themselves for the future whether through shedding cap space, no shedding shedding cap commitments and making cap space. Aiming is what happens when you talk to fasten a Friday morning and get excited and also shedding, unwanted or bad contracts. So that's the idea for most of the teams in the NBA. And I mentioned this stat. I got it for Matt Moore NBA insider for the action network who joined us on our last show the possibility is there for forty percent of the NBA to be in free agency in a few months forty percent. And we're talking about massive names now. Kevin Durant could be part of that conversation, or he could not Klay Thompson could be part of that conversation or he could not. Jimmy, Butler, probably going to be part of that conversation. So there there's some ebbs and flows there as well. Where you don't exactly know, which guys will sign contracts to stay where they are in which guys will actually hit free agency. But generally, the big names wanna be wooed. They want wanna be booed. And so there's a lot of potential for the balance of power to shift in the off season at it. I think it's pretty obvious. When you look at the NBA in his trade deadline that most of the moves that were made were not about. Now, they're about down the road. A handful of these teams in the east because the east is I don't want to say, it's a wide open. But there are a few teams there that you feel like it wouldn't be a huge surprise if they ended up winning the conference and getting to the NBA finals. Everybody gets a trophy. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS sports radio. You know, what that actually makes me think of the whole winning and losing the trade deadline. So you in the east or all? Where for the most part the rest of you want wall. So coming up, we're going to talk a little more about the night in the NBA. Because even though the Lakers did not get Anthony Davis. And I think you look back now, and you realize the pelicans were screwing with them. They weren't actually interested in making a deal with the Lakers. They just wanted to see how much they could get it. As it turns out, even with the extra picks and five bodies, they weren't going to make that deal. They didn't want to make that deal. What they wanted to see is how much the Lakers were willing to offer. And now how can we spin that forward into a potential offer for the Lakers in the off season? But also, how can we use that to get packages from say the Celtics or if he was serious about the buck side of the clippers. So we're talking about really just using that desire that desire to bring an Anthony Davis against them. The pelicans will play Davis the rest of the way. So at least we have that question answered. But what about the Lakers the damage has been done? I get that the moves were made. But the fact that LeBron and Magic Johnson LeBron's agent were willing to literally slice and dice the locker room and ship half of his teammates out. That's not something that you get over quickly. It's not. And so the deadline may be passed. But the drama remains. Although a buzzer beater, sometimes it can help make

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"vallon" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on KTRH

"Emigrants that is not healthy. We cannot sustain ourselves as a nation if we condone divisiveness and this society of immigrants at the same time we disagree with those who label our efforts to control immigration as anti immigrant. I believe quite firmly that weekend quiet, then dampen the flames, which are surrounding public opinion where 'immigration is concerned because people on both sides of this issue have engaged in too much. I personally we have got to put the matter of immigration back on a civil corps. We have got no that immigration really goes to the heart of who we are as a nation. We are confident enough as Americans in our culture. We should welcome the legal immigrants. We should be able to accommodate diversity in our society. Are we strong enough to welcome those who oughta be in and retain a commitment to the rule of law by keeping those out. Who shouldn't get in? We ought to preserve our immigration tradition and our ability to say yes to the people who wants to get in and seek infre-. We've got to have the strength to say no to the people who are not supposed to get it. We need to make deportation. A part of like. Credible immigration policy as a nation committed to emigrants and the rule of law. We've got to do that Vallon.

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'Green Book' Writer Nick Vallelonga Very Sorry Anti-Muslim Tweet Resurfaced

Sean Hannity

00:28 sec | 2 years ago

'Green Book' Writer Nick Vallelonga Very Sorry Anti-Muslim Tweet Resurfaced

"Two. Oh, four a day. After deleting Twitter account, the writer of the award winning green book movie apologizes. Nick Vallon longer co writer of the Golden Globe winning film. Green book has apologized for tweet that surface. Supporting President Trump narrative that Muslims were seen in New Jersey. Celebrating the terror attacks on nine eleven found longest tweet attributed the footage to local CBS, New York participant media, which co-producing co-finance. The film also weighed in calling his Twitter posts

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"vallon" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

Jocko Podcast

04:13 min | 3 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Jocko Podcast

"Never go through that process and they look up, you know, six months later and they go, you know, I'm, I'm sad. I miss my friend. It's like, yeah, that's okay. You know what you gotta take. That's why you should be able to take the protocol and just enacted when there's, you know, like you get home from deployment, it's like, okay, we're going through the protocol because we, you know, two or you lose a friend car. Accident, whatever whatever situation you you want, it comes time to enact that protocol, boom, you, you press play on the protocol and then you go through the motions and that get you get you through it. Yeah. Or at least starts to get you through it because it's always gonna be there. It's not like you're gonna be like, oh, you always going to remember. But. Don't dwell don't well. All right. Going back to the book. It was another attack. And when I say that he's actually talking about there being told that they are going to attack again. And this is coming from his boss, Maccabi. The entire battalion is going to attack Hilst five seventy three ridges go direct to the top of the hill k. company will be on the left. We will move in the center and I company on the right we will attack at daylight with no artillery or air support. The I don't like that. He'd like to know the second. And third platoons will attack a breast. Second on the right third on the left Richardson will follow with the fifty seven's in the center. The first platoon will be reserve. So there's your plan, boom, there. It is what is abreast mean side by side? Okay. Yep. And now so they're, they're sort of going through and and starting to enact this plan. And as they're doing this, one of his boys says, Sarge. We're getting out of here by dark right. I knew the other men wouldn't speak up, but I could just look in their eyes and see. They were scared. I just hope they couldn't see fear in my eyes. We're staying here until we get orders. I said, finally, answering Walsh should hall. I spoke up loud enough for the whole section here farther down the hill, Mark mortar and artillery fire was heavy. We could see the North Korean positions and they could see us. I was hoping we were out of grenade range and too close for their to their position for them to put mortar fire on us. Dude. What kind of situation are you in what you're hoping for is that you're too far for grenade range in too close for mortars. Yeah. Man, so that just put you in machine gun range basically unless you got some kind of dead space or cover, but not a good situation. But you know when that's what you're hoping for outlook is not good. It's your best option soon instead of mortars than North Korean soldiers started sending down taunts. We didn't speak the language, but each word had a charge. Silence no one talks back. I whispered in put my finger to my lips. Not that we knew what they were saying as the minutes. Then hours ticked off. I realized that slowly, but surely we were moving back a foot at a time. A guy would reposition. And the rest of the whole section would go off of him. At this rate. We might be off the hill by the end of the War. I knew one thing there was no way we were staying overnight. So. Situation happens, they start, they start actually, there's a fire. The firing starts in these guys actually start running down the hill, and then they start receiving small arms fire. And then he rolls into another position and there's a guy in there named Vaillant court, who was another experienced guy in charge of one or the other sections or one of the other elements. And he comes in, where's the executive officer? I asked Vallon court when I caught up with him, he was killed along with one of the other platoon leaders. The company has regrouped and tried to come back up the hill, but it was ripped apart by heavy mortar and artillery fire. We lost two lieutenants in two platoons took heavy losses..

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"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"But this this, we'd being another need that we can meet, but then is there quality the not meeting those needs? You're saying be bored, take a month off, have downtime? No, I'm not saying anything. I don't know anything I'm saying I am in the throes of this with you. Let's like maybe do you smoke now? Yeah, but not like I did, and occasionally it does. Recreational broke that you were like? I'm doing this too much again, saying like m. i. developing an exiled disorder because of this. And what did that look like? Just like nervous during the day. I wasn't smoking earned the day. I would just smoke like a little bit every night or something. Yeah, and just relax. I was like, why am I nerve? I have no reason for being nervous. Let's stop smoking every night. Let's smoke just on, you know, on Friday night. And then it was like, oh, there it goes. Of course, that drug I was taking like looking at everything other than the stupid drug. I was putting into my brain, say, Vallon. I went away this past weekend and we smoke some dope while we were there because it was like vacation. I know I'm like a narc. We smoke summed up and I was in better. Remember, went to bed in my heart was like beating my chest, and I was like, did I have too much salt? Like it was trying to figure it out to your point? It was probably I don't know if it's a trope. It's the psycho, whatever drive. I don't know the word who knows, but I don't either. I remember therapist. I was telling you about weed, and he was like, look, if you smoke every day, it's going to have an offense going to change your brain. But are you noticing because your show I can't complimented. Let's actually had this. I was like, that's too much to say publicly, but the thought I had like it's like Steve Martin, but better what I really mean is. It's like what Steve Martin would be doing if he continued and were got fresh start. You know what I mean? Oh, that's very nice. Yeah. I mean, that's yeah, he's, he's the reference. He's my favorite to also like maybe Penn and teller. Is that right? Yeah, weird reference for me. Which is that not in content, but in theory, which is that. What I love about Penn and teller is that they, they deconstruct magic and tell you exactly how it's done and then amaze you. Yeah. I mean, like they tell you every that's that's not thing watching. So it's like ten, can I? And that's just the idea of the show in general, which is that? Can I tell you exactly how this works and how manipulating you. And then also because that's what I.

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"vallon" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"That's quitting and if you wanna point to the fact that it ended that way okay i won't even argue with that just don't tell me that the man is five because he couldn't advance in a place where you know good dan while he ran into the brown emma side and build a team equipped to deal with lebron you don't beat lebron james by trying to attack inside with vallon tunis and serge bacher or trying to or i'll have in a primary weapon being a guy that plays his position essentially tries to play like him the manga rozen shot twenty seven percent from three point range three point shooter he's caused by taking it to the whole because he's let it he's gifted and he's usually bigger than most of the guys he's going up against that's not the case when you're going against lebron james who's going to be bigger than lebron james ladies and gentlemen kevin durant taller but who's going to be bigger you don't beat lebron james bob being a guy who thought authentic success on the basketball court is predicated on his ability to finish at the basket that's lebron james you gotta be lebron james the way steph curry lebron james the way jane kevin durant beats lebron james that's by shooting long range have figured that out why do we look at houston and go to stay warriors and think they have a chance because james harden and kevin durant and steph curry and klay thompson bombs away the broadcast do anything with that which going to somebody that pulls up from thirty.

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"vallon" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"That's quitting and if you wanna point to the fact that it ended that way okay i won't even argue with that just don't tell me that the man is five because he couldn't advance in a place where you know good dan while he ran into the brown emma side and build a team equipped to deal with lebron you don't beat lebron james by trying to attack inside with vallon tunis and serge bacher or trying to or i'll have in a primary weapon being a guy that plays his position essentially tries to play like him the manga rozen shot twenty seven percent from three point range three point shooter he's caused by taking it to the whole because he's let it he's gifted and he's usually bigger than most of the guys he's going up against that's not the case when you're going against lebron james who's going to be bigger than lebron james ladies and gentlemen kevin durant taller but who's going to be bigger you don't beat lebron james bob being a guy who thought authentic success on the basketball court is predicated on his ability to finish at the basket that's lebron james you gotta be lebron james the way steph curry lebron james the way jane kevin durant beats lebron james that's by shooting long range have figured that out why do we look at houston and go to stay warriors and think they have a chance because james harden and kevin durant and steph curry and klay thompson bombs away the broadcast do anything with that which going to somebody that pulls up from thirty.

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"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Yeah but it doesn't it really doesn't work and i thought that like what would it take right easy with who do i need to give me selfesteem the universe itself just pulsating like the end of close encounters being like you have don at but i mean that's that's what romney says you know he talks about is the great ice cream cone in the sky you think it's going to satisfy but you eat at and all you want is a glass of water and if you have the water all you want is a nap and after the nap all you wanna do do something so i think these guys can feel ghostly and can do things like eating a thing of coroners because they're owning the idea that that's the only thing that's actually happening it's the only thing that's real but this is all coming from a guy who when we were waiting to hear about the third season of crashing was embarrassed how happy i was when it got picked up i get in the car and play the woohoo song by blur and just drive around and eat i literally we went and got a vegan ice cream vallon i and a hot fudge and just having the best time so like which is it pate zorn's with a wrong to feel that way but that's the other thing like it's again it's alan watts he's like don't try to be he i think he was quoting allowed to he's saying don't try to be self righteous don't try to be empty don't try to be holy he's like be like the trees the trees grow up you know straight up without exception and no one tells them be like the river the river flows be like pete i'm playing the part of pete perfectly that serves its purpose i'm part of your car and your karma i'm helping you figure things out or frustrating you or or delighting you that helps you do the work that you need to do your helping me do the work that i need to do so i kinda i kinda go into that mode as well but it's also an emotional thing of like if you allow yourself to feel that happy it's also allowing yourself to feel sadder later.

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"vallon" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

Last Podcast on the Left

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Last Podcast on the Left

"Big you had the nato terrible this of human beings they lean a totally different context but it'd be nice to watch something that do it confirms like now we've always been awful yeah i might actually be interested in that too i think well what i decided for my vallon wines evening by myself is i'm gonna watch call me by your name alone comey rhianna that's the that is the like erotic new erotic gay romance movie right oh yeah baby ed john edward mixed reviews ibn curious to hear what you have to say i mean you know i'm gonna love it are you kidding a romance between an older man in a young hotman of course i'm gonna love it my proba we'll because at one for the the writers guild award for i think best original screenplay and so to get out one as well and i just i wanna see it so badly because someone desribed it to me as you know the sadness of thinking about your first love and how you're never going to feel like vat ever again most like yeah oh i do know that as a kid three but you know maybe you just need to just like stab at your heart stabber chart good do you do you ever are you'll ever gonna feel again i think getting unemployment drug alan winds day getting drunken crying on valentine's day was my a single routine that i had as a single person so i feel like that was the one thing i could count on was getting drunk and not crying.

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"vallon" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

Crash On My Couch

01:31 min | 4 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Crash On My Couch

"Nash wrecked shut the door yep dortha which basically in 1983 treasure hunt creator regis hauser under the alias max vallon ten hit a bronze statue owl somewhere in the french countryside and whoever found it would win the golden al currently held by a legal protector in paris and valued at one million francs provided eleven clues whose whereabouts accompanied by illustrations from sculptor michael becker easily found on line it has never been found and main now n never be found because valentin passed away into those nine wild yet in 1997 he revealed that someone had been very close to discovering the owl as he hadn't noticed just that as he had noticed disturbed ground very close the burial site there are also those who have not come to close including one overeager treasure hunter who ended up burning down a chapel in pursuit of the owl it remains the longest unsolved hunt but has ever been created by someone rap code yeah it's the french treasure but i like this one because there's a giant bronze owl so you get the bronze though that if you if you find the poems out that he had given a gold out which has d i read that carter yeah yeah souza bronze statue owl somewhere in the french countryside you right and even realize it this makes it so much more interesting sorry i'm freaking out now so you find the token and then you bring the to the golden now we know it exists and like someone someone is the legal protectorate in france they just have the gold now.

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"vallon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

Game of Thrones The Podcast

01:38 min | 4 years ago

"vallon" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast

"Think we got a really nice tippin this past episodes 702 for who might be the vallon car the i see seasons be constantly had people refer to ari as a little boy and i even believe sursee herself ridiculed ari about how she looked boyish did boyish things and refuse to act like a proper young girl on sunday we had haapai make a reference ari that she no longer looks like a little boy once again heating up the discussion that she used to resemble a boy seems only fitting the vallon car may be genderless which also goes along with the prince was promised where in valeri in the term for prince has no gender uh figure that the vallon car could be a similar term with no gender in bed of being but a boomer continued dominance of female characters in the show continues tom lehman i i really don't want this show to turn into a series of linguistic tricks a uh but okay i'll go there with you i mean that's the thing legs so you think that if the vallon cartoons at the b princess anne up prince or i'm sorry if the prince is events turns out to be princess not a prince well if it's genderless yeah engender listen avowing car is like that is and it's also the ad and then like about any sort of makes a bit of sense right like if the bulgarians are speaking the language that have a lot in gender race nouns and precise saying it's bullshit the in spanish you can tell whose male or female right with got an over and a at the end it's legwell right that's the language cry i get it i get it yet you're if if if the word for ma ends an a and then cisterns that's too much to coincidental the believe the and there's a problem i have the problem as you like.

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