12 Burst results for "Vesta Stallone"

"vesta stallone" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

04:58 min | 9 months ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on Shamangelic Healing Podcast with Anahata Ananda

"In the moment that had a navy seal that i had met memorial day weekend in san diego. I walk into a bar. And i'm hanging in his bar and all of a sudden these two does walking one guy looks like straight up so sta vesta stallone. Rambo right like rambo oxen is bar and next to him is like frigging huge undertaking from wwf. With these light the army hats on these guys serve and never met a navy seal before is in all. I go right up to the big. Excuse me gentlemen. Have you served yet. We have a girl at them as i guess they have. They said he you know twenty thirty years. He got hurt his is you celebrate those off. I buy beer. You know we follow all these influencers these new age celebrities you guys in the real celebrities you guys in the real influence what you do every day out there battlefield for us. Why do you do it for one word. Freedom your freedom beautiful as that beard them hung out with them in the one semester. Sloan his name. Was paul. Be connecting what. I was up tune. At that time i had i was running my incubator in newark. New jersey serving minorities in the projects teaching them entrepreneurship emotional intelligence financial literacy. I flew in guys like louis house. Tom you eric thomas so many amazing amazing years and i told her about this social impact project and that day i left you say goodbye and i was like i couldn't believe nabc low in homeless excited and that was it right. Sixty celebrated them. I fly onto newark. I'm serving and i get I get a phone call. Actually i was actually home and it was like six in the lawrence six or seven in the morning in one of the guys at the building. Like gee there's a guy here. That looks like rambo looking for like haloed. Knows there's paul at my incubated. I'm like you gotta be kidding. Walking what are you doing here. He's like the honesty. And that's what's to be. Because i'm still serving seal as supposed to leave but i felt so called to come here because you're going to see it for myself and i feel like i can support you and serve you. And that day he sat me down. He looks meaning the is like so. How do you feel right now. And here's rambling me. How i feel..

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.

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L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:20 min | 1 year ago

L.A.'s Chateau Marmont Is Becoming a Members-Only Club

"Hollywood Tangalle to the shots or Mo monty set to become a members only hotel by twenty twenty, one, the owner Andrey Bellagio announced last week his plan studer and the ninety one year old hotel into an even more exclusive place Monaco's own report bounds who is no stranger to drink or two at the chateau school yards pass more on this story. Because of its geographical location and it's very comfortable accommodations, it really became the Hollywood hotel almost from the beginning of Hollywood. Sure, you'd look into chateau because you needed a bed for the night, but that could mean any number of different things. The Chateau was a hotel synonymous with sex drugs, rock road, death, infamy, madness badness, and depending upon your face and fame, simply the price in position of your room. The subtlest suggestion that will be things were okay. Sir. Just fine. Just sign here. Maybe get some rest. James Dean. Let through the window to begin his audition for rebel without a cause chateau. Natalie, wood reading a role for the same film at the age of sixteen. When able with a direct. Ray Hotel. She got the part Johnny Depp said, he'd made love to Kate Moss and every single one of the chateau sixty three rooms and their Zeppelin might have done something similar to just supposed to be not a waste of the same girlfriends. Used to push their groupies around on drinks, trolleys, killing two birds with one stone I suppose. Jay Z. and beyond say three parties, the Chateau Vanity Fez bash was held that all these people were following the lead of Jean. Harlow Arrow Flynn Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart who used his labyrinth of rooms, terraces, bungalows, and conveniently dense foliage to conduct love affairs track notoriety while the angry spouses and nosy gossip columnists. architecturally, the Chateau is a weird dark gothic thing but as far more in common with Hollywood. With the Black Dailia Boris Karloff and Vincent price than with the area modernism of nine. Hundred. Sixty S Los. Angeles. It was not macrobiotic was not a detox. It was not up at six for a swim. It was still up six for a swim. From the proud sunset boulevard is your approach it. It's not unlike Disney's Cinderella Castle. But one where a night with John Belushi really would convince you that six hundred, nice could talk. So the shadows going members only, and that is a little sad because there is a sort of democracy in the access granted by the price of a Martini and seeing who else is the bar. I saw VESTA stallone and his mum having T to Capri looking a bit too warm at an art party, other discussion with Richard Lewis, comedian and rival of Larry David alone about reverend at the bar. He was unsanitary green light, considered it a waste to be. So, you could become a member why not? You could just turn out and smile. Maybe it'll stay the spiritual home of that time honored Hollywood hustle. For Monaco? I'm Robert Bound.

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on Uncommon

Uncommon

02:21 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on Uncommon

"Yeah jerry's <unk> giving me some zina's. I'm just going to do this as a true false all right. I'm unlike too many of them. But is it true or false. That is a former <unk> chemistry. Pla eagle demolished by bunch of newbie kids. Kids apply sought. That's a false defends. What united as demolished think would be the answer. What do you think he's trying to say. Is he. Just trying to give you the rise. I think yeah yeah look. We talked a little bit off camera about this. You know i used to be a semi pro chemistry play and now it's it's kind of like the old adage of a boxing coach where it used to be a world pro used to be at a knock people out and be really fit but now you're older your senses of gonna be you notice fit is used to be so why can say how bad i am now and my brain is telling me to play better but unfortunately my body just can't keep up with my expectations. Yeah it's sort of like your like sylvester. Vesta stallone and the new rocky movies the coaching of now you just too slow and it's weird because you get moments of brilliance in encana struck a uh when you haven't played competitively online for awhile like i think i took it three break or something like that really you <hes> dicate in rank so decayed from the second highest rank in the game to like the third lowest and what you'd notice what i've noticed that i get fleeting moments of brilliance so it'll be terrible for three or four rounds and then the instincts will kick in and i'll do like a one vs full within the appeal diffuse the bomb and iran dot calling you got him. Sorry guys. I don't want to be in this rank but i'm bad enough now brought to bear here off decay to be here icon control my fleeting moments of really that's funny and sort of makes me think about like <hes> with the j witten game how you sort of see the <hes> the older players and they still knocking about but there are others fleeting moments of brilliance and it had me thinking like he's like we. We always say when playing in i._s._i._l. They get to thirty to thirty four walk. He's going to be retiring soon is is it the same in a sport or do you have people that go for for decades and it's pretty it's pretty similar. I mean as sports hasn't been around long enough for someone to go from sixteen to fifty for example playing but you know a good friend of mine used to play counterstrike one point seeks.

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on CarCast

CarCast

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on CarCast

"So you've got you've got a couple buddies that potentially would be working on this film, stunt driving producing whatever and they, they reached out and they said, you know, they know you well they know your your car background. They know what you're into. They know you've done a bunch of work for, for NASCAR over the years, and they said, we, we need to take a look, we need to, like, get a little bit of a tour of Charlotte, like we need to get into some of these teams, we need to talk to some of these guys, but we don't want to like, we don't want to like, by the general mission ticket, we need, we need to get some real stories here. Something that was five cents on, you know, Matt cooks or the owner of stunts and spectrum spectrum stunts and special effects. You know, does all those those majority of birds movies. And he it's that's his wheelhouse. And as much as it is it's not. And so he reached out to me and my suggestion. Hey, man. You know, put the with the five Dollar General public tours aside. Let's make some phone calls, and let's get the skinny on some behind the scenes info and let's cut to the chase. And if you wanna do it, right. Then these are the people you need to talk to. So. That's, that's that. That's what happened, man. And it was a wonderful experience. And, and it's good to know that they're really doing their homework and it's good to know that they care enough about either the past of NASCAR or the president NASCAR and the you know, it might be a boost in the arm. You know, put more seats, more more people in the seats and more interested to the sport. If something was compelling out there that depicted, the sport and the culture in the proper way. And you, you went and toured Childress racing motorsport whatever. Yeah. Yeah. Awesome. Awesome. That's the first time. I've been over there. You know, we we're going to do we were gonna go to absolutely. Salou where we're gonna go. Anyway. So that was second on the list. And I that was the, the one place I hadn't dog so that moved up the first on the list and, and bet to was awesome. It was it was great man. Just to see all our hearts old cars, not the not to mention the stories by, you know, seemingly each and everyone on. We walked back to you. So now he has his museum there. I haven't been there either basically a foam museum. Then there's the the the act of ratio up. Yeah. And there's a, you know, the part of the museum as a shop that, you know, kinda had the the, the lights turned off when you know he had his accident, and then it was turned on. You know, years later, and things really hadn't been changed or moved. And you know, it's been kept away that it that it stood back in the day. It's, it's a it's a step back in time. And like I said, to, to hear some of the stories, you know, I've heard a hell of a lot of stories from a lot of people. But, you know, all of these were new to me, so I think it really opened the eyes to these quote, unquote, Hollywood type. Although these guys weren't really Hollywood type it gives them a different perspective. Blue collar perspective on a on a culture? That means a lot in the south and means a lot. A lot of people. Yeah, that's interesting. I hope there's enough people involved like the people involved in filmmaking. I hope that translates to the writers and the director when you have the stunt guys and stuff and it's funny because I had an opportunity to, to chat with so Vesta Stallone about. About his movie. What's the hell the name of that indie movie that he did the movie? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, I, I don't know. I, I'm blanking on it, but driven that was driven..

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

06:32 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"I mean as calm as anyone could be in that situation, really probably more calm than the situation. Warranted. Josh was very calmly called me. He said mom this is happened can can alternate school shooting. And we saw a couple of times that I'm okay? And my first concern, obviously is Josh are you bleeding, and he's like just a little. So he was really trying to protect me. So so that's how it was good kit. Yeah. Okay. Good cake. So what are some of the principles this? Now. The crisis hits me it hits you whether you in a subway at a school at work. You see a workplace violence prepared. Not scared. How do I prepare? Well, just a real quick note on the schools. You know, I sit under board. It's called canines for kids. We are instituting protection dogs in schools because it's that happy middle ground. So God forbid, there's an active shooter you activate that dog that dog will go for that assailant. Now it yes. But you know, you do the cost benefit analysis that dog is hero. And it buys us extra few seconds on the kid runs off. While the assailant runs off now prepared not scared is a mindset in everyday life. This goes to your children, your parents, your personal security your internet security. It's changing of a mindset because good habits are hard to break, just like bad ones. And the folks that I have in this book are combination of my life of security experts. There's over five. Hundred years of expertise in this from the former head of security of the CIA, the former head of profiling of the secret service, I have people less alone. So Vesta Stallone is a is a good friend, and you know, him and Bill Bratton, they endorsed the book, you know, they've taken their particular professions to the next level. And they've just inspired me to do the same with this book. So so it's a fortunately something that most people need now. Now, four to the decision to allow teachers to be trained one hundred hours to carry a firearm concealed if they want it with Bill Stanton's reaction, my reaction to that is one hundred hundred hours isn't enough you need to have a passion of close quota combat, and if you have the level of you could pass whether it's a navy seal cost. So you ever see those John wig videos, how they go into those those videos if you could pass that cost a stringent state of required costs, then I'm all for one hundred dollars is enough. No, I you still. You gotta get in there and really train and constantly get back there. I do close combat. Right. So I'm better than the average bear and shooting. I go to go to alliance Ohio where they have a tactical training center. And I line up on those guys and I'm pitiful. So I want you to hear keep you buying. I'm not looking to take down Al Qaeda. I'm looking to take down a seventeen year old arrange kid, right? So I'm wondering if one hundred hours Mike gimme competence rather than a skill. So my my fear is it's a fast bullet you need to know. What's in the backstop? Meaning okay. I'm looking at you right now, see a solid wall. But that may be placed aboard, I don't know about what's on the other side of that wall. I need to have that president mine I need to have that skill set that I want them really trained. They have good what there is costs and naked pass it and go for reassessment for Stanton author prepare not scare the other thing is a lot of these kids. And they all have times their kids. They don't want to fight they want to slaughter, right? And if they just know this chance or gym teacher is on the right? They don't wanna get shot that they don't know. Because you don't. The main target field. Here's one teacher in Florida that does not want this as a mother as a teacher as a school board member. I am adamantly against arming. Teachers. I do not think this is a good idea. What happens when a teacher shoots the wrong kid? What happens if the teacher shoots themselves? I mean, we have accents all the time with guns going off. And now, we're putting more guns in schools where more people could inadvertently get injured in shot do her or her worries legitimate, of course, legitimate. But just that that could be said for a fireman. Driving a truck he hits a car, you hit someone that could be said of a cop across the country, you know, proper training proper mindset you pass the criteria stringent criteria. Because all these shootings happen e seem to be happening in gun-free zones. So, you know, in mind shooting fish in a bowel they live in video world where no one shoots back if in the back of their. Mind, you know, there may be teeth to some of these teachers they make they may think two or three times. So so Bill you've known this stuff for quite a while. What really prompted you say that to put pen to paper. I gotta get this out there L for people. I don't know that might be in this situation. What why did you feel you had to write the book very good question ill? What I take is everyday common sense when I talked her friends or clients or strangers even and they asked me, well, I never thought of that to me. It's so, you know, excuse me, simple, stupid advice. But it's amazing. How many people don't know to lock their second floor window when they leave the house, you know, not to not to geo locate. Hey, look at everybody on vacation. I'm out of state. Meanwhile, you just posted pictures of your empty home. You know, people think they live in a bubble, and they were immune to everything I can guarantee you one thing Brian. Every victim that's ever been a victim when they woke up that day. They never thought they were going to be a victim. Right. And that's what this book goes. I wanna make you prepared. Not scared. Right. Bill stanton. Congratulations. I know the book is out certainly be successful prepared that scared you go to God for staying safe in an unsafe world. I've read it what happened in North Carolina a hero kid saved countless students. I bring it happened in New Zealand where one petitioner came out tuition at a synagogue, excuse me in a mosque hunted down that shooter he was going to go to another mosque. And then we bring it to other situations that happen way too often. So we could sit there and debate guns or we could be ready to protect ourselves. That's right. The the best person that's gonna protect you is you, especially if you head of a family, if the CEO of a company, that's your personal responsibility. Ten four that. Absolutely. All right Bill, especially like when you use those police term. This is the Brian Kilmeade show back to wrap things up in just a.

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

06:12 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Me. So so that's how he was a good kid. Yeah. No, good king. So what are some of the principles this? Now, the crisis hits me it hits you whether you in a subway at a school at work, you see a workplace violence prepared. Not scared. How do I prepare? Well, just a real quick note on the schools. You know, I sit under board. It's called canines for kids. We are instituting protection dogs on in schools because it's that happy middle ground. So God forbid, there's an active shooter you activate that dog that dog will go for that assailant. Now it diaper life. It'll yes, but you know, you do the cost benefit analysis that dog is a hero. And it buys us extra. Few seconds off. The kid runs off what the assailant runs off. Now prepared. Not scared is a mindset in everyday life. This goes to your children, your parents, your personal security your internet security. It's changing of a mindset because good habits are hard to break, just like bad ones. And the folks that I have in this book are comb nation of my life of security experts because over five hundred years of expertise in this from the former head of security of the CIA, the former head of profiling of the secret service, I have people less alone. So Vesta Stallone is a is a good friend, and you know, him and Bill Bratton, they endorsed the book, you know, they've. Taken their particular professions to the next level. And they've just inspired me to do the same with this book. So so, unfortunately, it's something that most people need now. Now four to make decision to allow teachers to be trained one hundred hours to carry a firearm concealed if they want it with Bill stances reaction, my reaction to that is one hundred hundred hours isn't enough. You you need to have a passion of close quarter combat, and if you have the level of you could pass whether it's a navy seal cost. So you ever see those John wig videos, how they go into those those videos if you could pass that cost astringent state are required costs, then I'm all for one hundred dollars is enough. Now, I still. You gotta get in there and really train and constantly get back there. I do close to combat right? So I'm better than the average bear and shooting. I go to go to alliance Ohio where they have a tactical training center. And I line up on those guys and I'm pitiful. So I want you to hear keeping buying. I'm not looking to take down Al Qaeda. I'm looking to take down a seventeen year old arrange kid, right? So I'm wondering if one hundred hours Mike gimme competence rather than a skill. So my my fear is it's a fast bullet you need to know. What's in the backstop? Meaning okay. I'm looking at you right now, I see a solid wall. But that may be plastic board. I don't know about what's on the other side of that wall. I need to have that in mind, I need to have that skill set that I want them really trained. They have a good authorized costs, and they pass it and go for reassessment. I'm all for it will Stanton author prepare not scare the other thing is a lot of these kids, and they all times. Air kids. They don't wanna fight they wanna slaughter. Right. And if they just know this a chance. Or gym teacher is on the right? They don't wanna get shot that they don't know. Because. Teach you to be the main target field years one teacher in Florida that does not want this as a mother as a teacher as a school board member. I am adamantly against arming. Teachers do not think this is a good idea. What happens when a teacher shoots the wrong kid? What happens if the teachers shoots themselves? I mean, we have accents all the time with guns going off. And now, we're putting more guns in schools where more people could inadvertently get injured in shot do her or her worries legitimate, of course, legitimate. But just that that could be said for a fireman. Driving a truck he hits a car, you hit someone that could be said of a cop across the country, you know, proper training proper mindset, you pass the criteria stringent criteria because all these shootings happen. You seem to be happening in gun-free zones. So you know in mind shooting fish in a barrel. They live in video world where no one shoots back if. In the back of their mind. You know, there may be teeth to some of these teachers they make they may think two or three times. So so Bill you've known this stuff for quite a while. What really prompted you say put pen to paper. I gotta get this out there L for people. I don't know that might be in this situation. What why did you feel you had to write the book? Very good question. What I take is everyday common sense when I talked to her friends or clients or strangers even and they asked me, well, I never thought of that to me. It's so, you know, excuse me, simple, stupid advice. But it's amazing. How many people don't know to lock their second floor window when they leave the house, you know, not to not to geo locate. Hey, look at everybody on vacation. I'm out of state. Meanwhile, you just posted pictures of your empty home. You know, people think they live in a bubble and immune to everything I can guarantee you one thing Brian. Every victim that's ever been a victim when they woke up that day. They never thought they were going to be a victim. Right. And that's what this. Book goes to I wanna make you prepared. Not scared. All right, Bill Stanton. Congratulations. Another book is out certainly be successful prepared that scared you go to God for staying safe in unsafe world, I've read it what happened in North Carolina. A hero kid saved countless students. I bring it would happen in New Zealand where one petitioner came out Jewish prisoners synagogue, excuse me in a mosque hunted down that shooter he was going to go to another mosque. And then we bring it to other situations that happened way too often. So we could sit there and debate guns or we could be ready to protect ourselves that the best person that's gonna protect you is you, especially if you head of a family, if the CEO of a company, that's your personal responsibility. Ten four that. Absolutely. All right Bill, especially like when you use those police turn. This is the Brian Kilmeade show back to wrap things up in just a moment. Your with Brian Kilmeade..

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Relatively column. I mean as calm as anyone could be in that situation really probably more calm than the situation warranted. Josh with very calmly called me. He said mom this happened. We've been I've been involved in a school shooting. I was a couple of times and leg. I'm okay. And my first concern, obviously is Josh are you bleeding, and he's like just a little. So he was really trying to protect me. So so that's how calm was a good kid. Yeah. Good kid. So what are some of the principles this? Now, the crisis hits me it hits you whether you in a subway at a school at work, you see a workplace violence prepared. Not scared. How do I prepare? Well, just a real quick note on on the schools. You know, I I sit under board. It's called canines for kids. We are instituting protection dogs on in schools because it's that happy middle ground. So God forbid, there's an active shooter you activate that dog that dog will go for that assailant. Now, it it'll. Yes. But you know, you do the cost benefit analysis that dog is a hero and it buys us extra few seconds or the kid runs off while the assailant runs off now prepared not scared. It is a mindset in everyday life. This goes to your children, your parents, your personal security your internet security. It's changing of a mindset because good habits are hard to break, just like bad ones. And the folks that I have in this book are culminating of my life of security experts. There's over five hundred years of expertise in this from the former head of security of the CIA, the former head of profiling of the secret service, I have people less alone. So Vesta Stallone is a is a good friend, and you know, him and Bill Bratton they endorse the book, you know, they've taken particular professions to the next level. And they've just inspired me to do the same with this book. So so, unfortunately, it's something that most people need now. Now, Florida may decision to allow teachers to be trained one hundred hours to carry a firearm concealed if they want it. What's Bill Stanton's reaction? My reaction to that is one hundred hundred hours isn't enough. You you need to have a passion of close quarter combat. And if you have the level of you could pass whether it's a navy seal cost, are you ever see those John wick videos, how they go into those those videos if you could pass that 'cause astringent state a required course, then I'm all for one hundred dollars is enough. No, I used to you gotta get in there and really train and constantly get back. Yeah. I do close go to combat right? So I'm better than the average bear and shooting. I go to I go to alliance Ohio where they have a tactical training center. And I line up on those guys and I'm pitiful. So I want you to hear keeping by. I'm not looking to take down Al Qaeda. I'm looking to take down a seventeen year old arrange kid, right? So I'm wondering if one hundred hours Mike gimme competence rather than a skill. So my fear my fear is it's a fast bullet you need to know. What's in the backstop? Meaning okay. I'm looking at you right now. I see a solid wall. But that may be placed aboard, I don't know about what's on the other side of that wall. I need to have that president of mine I need to have that skill set that I want them really trained. They have good. What is costs a naked pass it and go for reassessment? I'm all for it will Stanton author prepare not scare the other thing is a lot of these kids and the times their kids. They don't wanna fight they want slaughter. Right. And if they just know this a chance, we sure or gym teacher is all right? They don't wanna get shot that they don't know. Because you teach you to be the main target so sealed years one teacher in Florida that does not want this as a mother as a teacher as a school board member. I.

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

11:09 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"Know, you can't work Dunkin donuts or seven eleven. Go to seven eleven Dunkin donuts unless you have a slight Indian accent. I listen to this Aintree. I. Great. Clean. Romney wants to let he said the first hundred days, he's at the big banks once again write their own rules on chain Wall Street. Put all back in chains. And you know, my state my state was a slave state. My state is a border state. My state is the eighth largest black population in the country. My state is aging from northeast liberal state. Okay. My states slave state. And I know he projects the Amtrak image his, but we're learning a lot more from Peter Schweitzer. Funny story. So I was taking Amtrak. They got every day, but I was taking it. And there was a huge giant picture of Joe Biden, John Norma's picture Amtrak. Joe is trying to convention Joe, Biden, the close talker. I don't think I'm alone. Let's take a survey of our Jason do you like people getting in your grill like that? Or you've had people that try to you know, kiss you on the lips and moving your face different, preferably not. Although I unlike you, I'm not averse to having a massage. Okay. Somebody so stranger walks up behind you and starts massaging soldier size. All right. Well, man. That's that's crazy creepy uncle Joe does that I wouldn't stand for that Kylie. What is where do you stand on this so creepy? I don't want anybody touching. Exactly the I'm in the same boat as you even the massages. Freaky to me. Like, no, no, don't tell me. All right. Blair jump in here. Where are you on all of this home? Bring your hands home. What about more in your grill? I mean, oh and ninety percent. I don't know. I always carry men's with me always carry my, you know, tic TAC, go for the shoulder. Get close get into the real thing. Back creep, right? Didn't have tic TAC with Hillary back it up. Here's the thing. Do you agree? Do you experience this yourself, right? Well, I don't know. It's a nightmare. What about somebody just you know, trying to kiss you on the lips? You're you don't know this person or very unfamiliar with this person. I know some people I know that colleagues and they just come over. And like, hey, how you doing? On your lips. And you have no problem with that. I have a big problem with. But what are you supposed to do when he was supposed to do? I don't know. Because listen it comes from place like alone waitress. Listen, rocky rocky wants to kiss me on the lives. By means. Rocky on I'm gonna call the Vesta Stallone too. So, but or exiting guy ever come up bind you start giving you a must neck or back massage. Yes. The worst is when the hands of sweaty. Oh, so creepy. That's real. But we this is why people said why you climb within a real massage where they had to call the police are they going for a happy ending. What was that? When I got over on my back. My masseuse was naked what I turned around. And I said, hey. Where are your? Now's your sponsor. Hey. God he goes all this is a this is a new type of massage that we're offering here. And I said, I'm pretty sure this is not new free shred part of it. And I got up and I got out of the room, and they had to call the police he was taken away. That's really creepy. Freaky? Right here midtown. All right. You know, what I just I don't need strangers touching me. Just don't leave me alone. Leave me alone. I don't want any party touching any part of me every night. I have to run the stupid wired down the back of my neck. I there is a process that everybody actually witness that. All right. So I put my air piece in I put it over my ear myself. I throw it over my back there to pull it back. And then click it in perfect, then I will pull down the year peace to the exact level of tension. So on show on TV, and they put a piece of tape over it, then I put my jacket on. That's it simple. But his first of all that is a complete misrepresentation of what actually happens you fidget like a little kid in a dentist. I got a better story Baldwin is being sued all was on with Howard Stern the other day. And apparently they were talking about me. Why is Howard Stern? But you know, taken this idiot side, I don't get it taken his side Jimmy Kimmel side about taking their Sal stern actually set. And this guy's brilliant is smart. And I couldn't believe he said why would Kim ever be in a fight with Hannity? I mean, he's on network and Hannity probably dying to be on network. I'm like Howard, you know, Rowlett better than everybody. How it is dying for you to say, you know, what I want clear, the I wanna come on your show starring I wanted to talk to me. Oh, Sean, no. I don't have no inch wife. Do you want to say, what am I going to have to answer the questions? Do you pleasure yourself? Do you this to you that go on there? Who cares say what you felt like doing what he would never understand his book private parts, although do a very different kind of radio than he does. And I think he's smart and entertaining and fun. And you know, I I listen on Sirius XM especially during Christmas. I got the all the highlight interviews from the year because I don't listen to radio much at any other part of the year. But and I've interviewed him any on my radio and TV show, and it was fun. I mean is a fun smart guy. But when he said that Kim oh hannitys probably dying to be on a network. Mike Howard, where you been we get to three times the ratings of this idiot. And I'm like, you should know that Sean what it's called just stirring things up reading a little tension. Probably getting your attention hug me. They'll put their hand Migo. Thank you put their hand over their mouth to cry and go all right now. Doing with Alec Baldwin on. And forget what everyone was telling me. I didn't feel like listen to it. Anyway. This Alec Baldwin is being sued and compared to President Trump by the man that allegedly he allegedly hit during the parking dispute late last year, New York City apparently had to go off to some anger management classes in New York and legibly went off on a man who parked in a spot one of the actors family members was holding him and Baldwin is holding forum and Baldwin since appeared in court where he pleaded guilty to second degree harassment force to undergo anger management. Yeah. We remember the tape. So this daughter I remember being in a Twitter fight with Alec Baldwin his daughter actually one I was on Twitter which not anymore because we were compromised apparently in Twitter. Anyway, her daughter his daughter wrote me directly, please stop fighting with my dad. I said, okay, I stopped. I'm like, why don't you ask your dad? I mean, she seemed like a nice kid. I don't wanna I don't wanna bring kids into this just leave him alone. So anyway, long story short now he's being sued, and he slams no Baldwin has already temper cameramen fights in people's faces with cameras all paparazzi has to say is a low and walk by leave. The you know, I don't know why is being so hostile. And then one day he so he's trying to fill in radio me. And Mark Levin tech team. He got so angry. He walked off the show he was hosting. Brian Whitman was assisting in the hosting. We have that. But we're not going to do that now. But then so he still wants to talk radio. So he goes to our Philly. Philly P H T. I mean that was that are ex wife in New York radio station. WABC we're now on the all new AM seven ten w. War anyway. So what's funny about it? Is he's practicing. He really was doing a talk show. This is part of this. We none of this is fake. This is Alec Baldwin on dishing talk radio host and Philly when we come back. We got some time. Great. We're gonna take some calls. Evan. Whenever we want at our on calls yet. No calls yet. What number do people? Call to get on the air. I mean, do we have that number? It's right there. Do I have a call number to me? Oh, I'm so sorry. That's interesting. Interesting at twelve ten at of course, any other questions, you have any other comments. You have call us to the what else. Call us, please at two one five ten now, if you don't call we're going to keep reading from the Scientology manual, you might not feel it. You might not feel the G right now. You might not feel the swell of what's happening here. We have any calls yet. There ivan. No, let's read some more about Scientology is Sean Hannity a scientologist Alec Baldwin posing the big questions tonight here. Do we have any calls here yet? I've none boy. It's just incredible. Unbelievable. Well, if you leave us, no choice listeners, and then he ended up calling his mother because nobody would call show. Soulmate was the best tape. I've heard this is when he was trying out in New York on WABC walked off the show walked out, Sean, Hannity, Brian Whitman. Hi, Sean Alica wanted to give you an official WABC. Welcome considering you. He was supposed to come on my program last week, and you didn't show up. What happened? No, it wasn't supposed to come on your program. No. Supposed to come on the program because the deal is made with your agent that of you'll gonna come out with Brian for tomorrow. With me, I wouldn't dream of coming on your program. Sean Hannity with Brian. I'm here with a really tell. The truth. I'm here with a really talented broadcast on the show with a no talent former construction worker hack like you. The guy that said stop right there. I am they said the same. I'm really proud that. I did all working construction for all those years. Clearly, he doesn't like hard work. I'm I'm proud that. I was washing dishes at twelve and did every job in a restaurant for ten years. I it's my roots in my. Who I am? I'm proud of all he's got a much harder job. Reading lines off a teleprompter. Ends like this Lavigne calls in right after it. Can you move forward a little bit because we're gonna actually move affordable plan on the other side of this break just for fun? All right..

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

Collider Movie Talk

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk

"They are very very different -bility bodies. Just like you pointed out Perry. I feel like the the winds here for the favorite again. You know, overall, not very surprising in terms of how the back the winds will indeed, maybe closed the gap. Like, you pointed out it's worth pointing out that February twelfth it's tomorrow. So between February twelfth and February nineteenth. That's when academy voters pick their winners. I thought it was today. My bad. I thought it was started its tomorrow it same difference. The point is is that the back. The winds happened before Oscar voting polls opened and people might may be sort of. You know, you're talking almost eight thousand people you don't think even just a small portion of them might be swayed by the of the of the bathroom, the Golden Globes and Oscar nominations do. We know what the overlap is like a thousand or two thousand members in. The academy or also Beffa. That's a great question. I hope someone watching can comment on the would be curious about those kinds of statistics. Well, well, let's talk about best supporting actress supporting actress here, what's Rachel vice for the favorite and stone. What's the other favourite here? But again, looking at the focus of the British Academy awards. So then the favor the favorite again. I I feel like, you know, people FOX searchlight where we're like going along this award season going like man, especially after winning best picture last year for the shape of water at the Oscars being like, man, you know, we're we're nominated for a bunch of Oscars for both movies here, can you ever forgive me into favourite. We're not really winning anything here by this is a consolation prize. I think for searchlight to win so many BAFTA awards British Oscars because I think when it comes to the big show in less than two weeks. They're going to be back to being like, okay? You know, it's an honor to be nominated here. I know you love the film Perry and well seven wins. That's a good shot of. I personally supporting actress Rachel bites for the favorite at the bath. Is like you said, Jeff, I still think it's going to be Regina king at the kademi awards for supporting actor. You have no surprise here. Every book done. I think so done deal. Right. We could get I thought if there was a chance for Richard E grant who was sensational Canio ever. Forgive me to win every anything and not just be nominated for everything would have been here. And it's still went to Herschel for lead actor Robbie Maili capitalizing on a win at the Golden Globes his win at the sag awards. Now, again, do you think Jeff that this will and Perry? Do you think that this will sway the kademi to keep staying on the Bahia rhapsody trained for Romney or does Christian bale? Still have a really really good shot. Nikki Novak from fandango. Okay. She's been in here. She's not review talk. We all know her. She texted me this morning with a really really great point. And I have to give a shout out to her because she made an interesting analogy, she said, do you think that going into the Oscars we could have a situation so Vesta Stallone? Mark. Silence. Once still oh was nominated for creed. Mark Rylance for bridges spies. So still almost everywhere. He was campaigning. He was shaken hands. He was kissing babies and Rylance in terms of campaigning. Did absolutely nothing and Mark Rylance won the Oscar is there a shot that that Christian bale who hasn't been doing much of that campaigning? He's only like a couple of Cuba as would really pull a Rylance and went over Robbie Maalik. I think it's a completely different thing when you're comparing a Christian bale win to a Mark Rylance when just because I mean, Christian bale is basically an Oscar darling. We were talking about his chances being very very good before we even saw a stitch of vice. So I think there might be a little too too big of a difference there to actually use that comparison..

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"vesta stallone" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"vesta stallone" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"But I was like, and I thought I was getting good at it. Not really, no, no. I was why he wanted to get. I just wanted to. I wanted thing is I knew you supposed to be trying to. I mean, I I was quite low brow. I wanted everything right now. And I want to have to try the boards for you have no money. So and I got some traction. I will go into TV show. Oh, doing comedy. I was twenty two years old. And I was on this TV talent show in London. But it was pretty cheesy. And I knew it was cheesy. But I thought hell it's a gig. And I got my foot in the door. Maybe I can get my foot in the door. Then I can get smart. Did you do? I did impersonations did impersonation of oh attended people. You know? I do like, Michael. I can do you know? I do I'll do buck. Okay. But the quite a I know how to do those dodge speak. It's that sort of crusty voice. I knew how to do people like John Johnny too, right? A lot of people a lot of people claim to be a lot of people platelet do show because they go it's shelving policy, and I'm gonna I'm Sean Connery, and they don't get the depth much a lot of the secrets gonna and if you get there there's no point doing it at all. So you do the Roger moult this accident like this by people like that? And and I do that with evil like I do so Vesta Stallone Shakespearean soliloquy. Okay. The question was noble in the mine. So this league the narrow ridges for June or the take a Sidewinder helicopter with. I do stuff like that. And I just I was I was twenty two twenty. I'd just throw all this this stuff. You had a framework like that classic sort of impression is framework where? Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I put him in a situation. Yeah. You'd switch it up. So I'd have like on spots. And I got as a social worker, you know. Yeah. I didn't Martin sheen do with Martin sheen drinking. He has I normally do show some food for the top of my mouth I got broken biscuits. But he's out about the president of the United States and ready to get angry. I gets real worse voiced squeak like that show. I Mark, gene. So great dropping that shit. Yeah. I can just do that stuff and tell you what what what was good about. It was because that's like SO Tarik Martin sheen impression is it him is like it's like. If you. I know, but you just gonna go. Hey, we're not gonna do that guy. I wonder we're gonna do him. It was what what's good about. It is that if you're trying to get on in this business, you know, everyone. I mean, everyone is you're starting out in the business. You're trying to grab hold some coat saying look at me give me a break. Yeah. When you do funny voice like that, you might not show that profound profound some some some sort of profound insights, very quickly people go that's pretty impressive about thirty seconds someone and they might not think, but they go. Okay. Well, he can do that. Yeah. Right. Something we we we're so so then you've got their attention. Then you could say I wanna see my other stuff, you know, quite funny. But as the rest of the realm. That was the first ten minutes going to talk about this. Yeah. Yeah. How did you what? And then I just started working doing stage work crime. I do I do still doing clubs and nightclubs in Manchester before this like what they call the alternative comedy circuit. When when comedy has already been established good stagecraft comedy stand up comedy been well established in the US, and it would kind of reborn in the UK and the nine thousand nine hundred and but in Manchester, when I was there was there was no room for it was just kind of working class working class was kind of gagged basing, lazy and crummy. I had to support. Indie bands. You have to do my comedy show, but club with some band on stage. Yeah..

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Here's how 'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV' (spoilers!)

Charlie Parker

00:29 sec | 3 years ago

Here's how 'Creed II' is a direct sequel to 'Rocky IV' (spoilers!)

"Here's your box office preview. It's a weekend of sequels and remakes starting with creed to follow up to twenty fifteen original and eight filmed in the Rockies series. Michael Jordan returns is Donna's creed who thirty-three years after Russian fighter Ivan Drago killed his father in the ring tries to avenge that loss and invite withdraw goes son, so Vesta Stallone returns, his rocky Balboa and Tessa Thompson dolph Lundgren would harass and Felicia Rashad also star in this sports drama

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