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Who Is Attorney Robert Barnes?
"Today, we are delighted to have with us Robert Barnes trial lawyer just kind of data based individual bit of a troublemaker and that's what we like. Robert Barnes, welcome to America first one on one. Happy to be here. Robert, let's start for those who are not familiar with your work, your background, what you do on your out there in the media every single day. Talk to us about your background, your training and what is the focus of your work today. Sure, Emma constitutional lawyer do civil criminal cases do tax cases do cases around the country and across the globe, clients are across the board politically. So it represented everybody from the Green Party and the peace and freedom party to the Libertarian Party and the taxpayers party and the Conservative Party. Everybody from Wesley Snipes and Julie Stein and a range of others to president Trump and a range of people, the Covington kids, you name it. So the only thing that's in common is that most of my clients are underdog clients and their cases and causes concern matters of constitutional
Christian Toto: Hollywood Is Rapidly Losing Its Grasp of What the People Want
"But Christian the weird part is I mean I'm only 47 I'm not that old I mean I'm not a spring chicken but you know I'm halfway through my life I remember just a decade or two ago Hollywood used to make fun of this stuff This was a punch line I give you an example You're a Hollywood guy Remember demolition man Wesley Snipes and Sylvester Stallone and Sandra Bullock think the running joke in that movie was that culture becomes so PC Sylvester Stallone wakes up from cryo freeze whatever decades later And he can't believe it How everybody gets harangued for saying the wrong word at the wrong time on the street Hollywood used to make fun of this stuff and now they're exactly what they were making fun of So there's no excuse to like oh my gosh we didn't know you literally wrote movies about it Yeah the lack of self awareness is something we see aggressively on the left these days but it carries over into Hollywood They don't get it They really don't get it They're thinking about a new Oscar host and I would think they might even say let's try Stephen Colbert He's a funny guy Not even realizing that half the country loads him because he's aggressively political and mean spirited So I think that's the way that there is a bubble mentality within Hollywood where back in the 90s they would understand that They had a grasp of what the culture wanted with the people wanted They're losing that rapidly and it's
'Coming 2 America' Brings Eddie Murphy Back
"Dreaming this weekend. Well let's start with amazon. Prime coming to america eddie murphy arsenio hall back as prince akeem and semi. They have to return to america to see if akeem some seed behind the for their new to the cast. Wesley snipes leslie. Jones tracy morgan. So if you have prime video this movie is included. Your
‘Coming 2 America’ Hits Amazon A Day Early
"Coming to america the sequel to the classic eighties. Film with eddie murphy. Arsenio hall is now available to stream on amazon prime. It actually came out one day early. Tokyo i'm scared. I'm scared i love love love. Love love love. Eddie murphy arsenio hall coming to america. But i'm scared just from the previews that i've seen of coming to america. Yeah they're doing all the same characters A lot of and this time tracy. Morgan is in it Wesley snipes is in it. So they bring in some new people So i'm very excited to get off work and go watch this movie. I have waited for a long time for this because it's one of my favorites but you're not worried. It's going to disappoint. no. I can't no i'm just gonna be so good. Yeah because i haven't seen eddie murphy do anything in a long time and he still you know one of the most talented people in all of the world. Yeah and i think nostalgia right now win just because of the place we are. Yeah so i if it brings one smile to my face. It's going to be absolutely worth it so you can go stream that amazon prime today.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on GamesMyMomFound
"I. Love The way to kill him is by they the serum thing the little exploding blood he hits them with all of them just throw them all in fastest he can, and that's what finally kills them. I liked that I liked the way. He just blows up with the the checkoff payoff for the help lead to because he throws the sword to help. Yeah. ARACA the. Serum stuff is trapped in expands and is enough to break the the. Also have to moments earlier in with the hilt where one vampire stupid has blade gets his hand cut off and then gets murdered and another one where frost picks it up and then hits the button turns it off. He puts the safety on. Clicks it on a couple of people know what it is. Yeah. Yeah. They establish a pretty well ethical. It's again the Vic- we I get this thing over with and how else she going to beat them except the hemoglobin thing whatever coagulant rivers Yeah Yeah in the final one of course, he kicks into. into his forehead. When Stupidest one liner I think I've ever heard an action movie which might have been so web this is the worst. Why does some other fuckers always got ice skate uphill what? What does that mean blade? wrote it down the Everyone did everyone did I'd say let's unpack it but I I don't know what they're going for their wireless packet. There's nothing inside it's there's no there's no meat inside that line is just I don't it makes no sense like it doesn't. I can't even put that into context like why do some other fuckers have to ice skate why who would do that house ice go uphill? What are you talking about mountain? It doesn't make sense and just assume it's like a metaphor for trying to trying to do the impossible like doing the hard way I. I. Don't know man I don't. I don't get it. It doesn't make sense and I think if you ask Wesley Snipes he go. Oh, just I had been in the script. Knows probably him again I can't imagine I. Don't know. I don't know that might be article written about that line I'd love to learn about it like Mr, Guar? Nine thousand nine eight blade. Wesley snipes closing one liner was, why do some other fuckers? What was the point? Did you run that? If we can trust this random guy on the youtube comment apparently apparently the screenwriter side to add this line after he heard Wesley Snipes using it and Put It in a film. Yes you're right. Exactly, right? Yes. You're right that. No that's in the special features. Yes that is correct. Look. I understand. The movie because Wesley Snipes it at randomly one day and David escort overheard it thought it was cool Wesley thought it was too stupid to end the action scene ongoing was having none of it all of my guy. Pays off. Right. The writer of the Dark Knight Trilogy the most celebrated. Superhero trilogy his film picked that one to close the movie with. US That's. A. That's Downing Terra. woj Boy. Oh boy well Mr Guar you grown you've learned and that's all we can say for that. Dark Knight rises so he didn't learn a whole lot. steelers. Anyway. That's the that's the best deal with that. So they escape they leave Curtis in their Toronto in his insanity. Karen who cares back you?.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"He's like, Can you see and they gave him glasses? And they're like it'll be worth it. Denzel's like not Dan's, Alberta, Wesley Snipes all Do they work that? Yeah, I wouldn't do that. Vaccines coming kids, right and we're going to be fine. We'll get through this and when we do We could start to focus on some of the other things that we need only worry about like the fact that the millennial generation and Jen Zy are idiots. That is not very nice, and I blame a lot of that on the fact that I don't know. They're going to school that doesn't pay attention to history. We use history is a road map of the things that we did right and the things that we're not supposed to do We agree on that. They did this right? They did this wrong. This was amazing Jump forward and leap into the world that we we see. Today we went from this to this. It was amazing technology that we use it as a road map. We also look back and say this was awful in horrible. This should never be repeated. This is evil and bad. We're not doing that, apparently. Case in point. A new survey 11,000 interviews from across the country. Samples of responding from the ages of 18 to 39. Led by a task force that included Holocaust survivors. This is about the Holocaust. Let's just here are two things that came out of this two words, because these two words out there that people say about the Holocaust after they saw This study. Shocking and saddening. To understand. What took place in the Holocaust to get To understand Adolf Hitler. The regime the Holocaust itself, the antisemitism not just in Germany, but throughout Europe. But to understand what took place just know that nearly two out of every three Germans, European Jews Were killed, annihilated. By 1945 Just soak that up for a second. You guys understand that you're smart. You read it. Well, what's the history channel things of that nature? Just putting that out there, and the reason is And this is scary. 63% of those surveyed. Between 18 39. Without know that six million Jews were murdered in the Holocaust. Over half of those Hey, wasn't like two million people. Oh, but if you think that Is is something If you think that is something When you start to dig deeper into this You start to realize. Oh, my God. What are these kids learning? Like I knew about the holiday. Well, as a kid, I knew about the Holocaust. I was always interested in history. I was fortunate to travel even as a young kid when we went played in some of these countries like Germany. I spent a lot of time in Germany once, young kid, so we went to some of these places. You kind of got an idea. I mean, you didn't know the magnitude at like 10, 11 and 12. And then my best friend, Ray. Right, Raymond. His grand parents. Were survivors of a Holocaust. They had they I mean, they were survivors. Not just like, Oh, you fled? No, they tattoos they were in, you know. Birkenau the whole nine yards. So I got a little bit of understanding and talking to them. But I wasn't. I mean, I've known what happened. I mean, obviously, they don't go into like everything that happens, But this is what starts to get scary. This. 11% of them believed that the Jews caused the Holocaust. Soak that up for a 2nd 11% believe the Jews caused that like, wasn't didn't they do it? Here. Get ready for this Respondent in New York, Indiana, California. Which do require Holocaust education were most likely will be the Holocaust is a myth or exaggerated at rates higher than 20% of the surveyed population. Respondent in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Massachusetts, Frank the highest Holocaust knowledge, even though those states do not require Holocaust education. That's scary just from a educational standpoint. That's scary. Oh, my God. Did the Jews cause it? What they there? They are. Really? Wow. 32353 24 23 at Chad Minson shows your Twitter Sweet at US text the program love hearing from every single one of you. Most responded to say, learned about the Holocaust in school. They said. A lot of it's incomplete and you get that. I mean, you've got a finite time You're trying to teach a lot in a short period of time. But you should know the big details. All right. We should We should be aware of the big details. 22% thought it was World War ll This is this, okay? Get ready for this. So 5%. I thought it was the civil war and 3% thought it was Vietnam. 32353 24 23 champions and shows your Twitter Hello Fresh little chicken last night. Doing the low calorie. Hello fresh right now. So the way hello. Fresh works now for me this week is EI went low calorie. Jack was here. So we had the family friendly options because you know, he's a His 10 year old boy who likes to eat, and so we had that extra meals. I'm doing low calorie and it's awesome. It's great, easy delivered straight to my door. The money I'm saving. That's why the food is delicious. Right? You get 22 Chef curated recipe They get vegetarian. They've got low calorie..
"wesley snipes" Discussed on Unstructured Interviews
"Adversary I'm sure that there might be a little sympathy in their exactly I dealt with people in the domestic violence context where some assault victims so. On their life, well, one very vulnerable people are picked for salt in the first place so that that that's that's sort of an eggshell effect that takes place there, and then you have the effect of the assault can destabilize them in such a way that one of the reasons why you don't see some of those particularly child abuse allegations ever make it to court is they they tend to become witnesses that will be perceived as not credible. But. The reason is because of the psychological damage that was either they're already psychologically damaged and that's why they were targeted in the first place or the effect of the trauma has created that psychot- little psychological damage or reinforced it to a degree that, and now that was the case of this woman's story. As soon as I saw the basic allegations I was like, okay with probably the cases she has been victimized and she created a fantasy story to make yourself feel good to survive psychologically and she's also trying to survive materially by hiding the identity of the real father and she just combine the two and what she needs as. Mental health assistance but the politicians looked at it and they're like, oh, we can. We can sue Wesley Snipes. We can say Wesley Snipes is the Dad and I think some degree of racial prejudice played into that by the local Indiana officials who are I think mostly it was a desire for notoriety a desire for celebrity. So fascinating is when she they knew this from day one, I suspected it was ultimately to prove it. But when we got all the underlying documents which had come in and told them was that she listed the actual father's name and join us at one other person and she said it was Jesus Estrada. But you know as Wesley Snipes. So right away that should have been assigned and and then her whole story was that they'd had eight kids together. They'd been secretly married in May. In Mexico, the government had ordered it be kept a secret that conception of this particular child was almost like an immaculate conception he showed up at her door and blade outfits and told her what a great actor she was going to be. In order to to to test the accuracy of the these allegations are required to give physical descriptions of the father. There are forty five different things to identify. She couldn't identify any except one. She said Tattoos maybe, and the reason why he said maybe was because she didn't know if the blade tattoos were real.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on The Perfect Package Podcast
"Right Dave I just want to say I. Love I can't thank you enough for saying reptilian elite instead of Lizard people up top. Because as we all know I don't know well. Maybe we don't know this. Maybe I'm dropping knowledge here. A billion elite the initials R E right. He who's in power right now. The Republicans the R. E Publicans Right. He and you talked about a nugget of truth. Right we're. We're joshing about basketball earlier. WHO's the number? One nugget of all time decay Matombo right and his big thing was blocks block shadow. No, no, no, no, not in the house of Matombo right so how come with Tom Bowes arms along? How come the Republicans have control of the house. It's the long arm. Law of the law it is, they control the law they control. This house that House of Representatives right. Re? Representatives re Republicans. The Nugget of Truth Denver Nuggets Yup. It all falls into place and the basketball is healthcare and every time we try and get the ball in the hole. The Republicans block it and they say no. Right well, there's that element of it which I can see where you're coming from I. Mean I get it. But at the same time that they're blocking, they also want to control the ball. Guess Control Healthcare Michael Affonso Ellis controlled the nuggets. Bring the ball of the court. We want you to not only not have accessed. We WanNA. Hold that access in our hands. in order to do so we're going to step in and tell you that the other side. Democrats Demo. As in demolition. Yeah, they're trying to blow things up. Yes, yes, and we all know. The stars demolition man are twofold right? We have Sylvester Stallone. Right the Italian Stein himself, and we have Wesley Snipes Right now. Wesley Snipes did what famously he evaded taxes for nine forty years impressive feat by very impressive fee right and his last name is snipes. WHO ELSE SNIPES MILITARY? You and your snipers right? Wesley Snipes represents the military complex in demolition man Silvester. Stallone represents the the.
Mr. Peanut is dead
"Mr peanut is trending did you see this number one on Twitter and everyone said what what's going on well apparently is the news of his death the cartoon characters demise comes in the form of a Superbowl commercials this is a bit of a preview Twitter is confirming Mr peanut is died at the ripe age of a hundred fourths after sacrificing himself to save Wesley snipes our condolences are pouring in goodnight sweet prince wrote to MPs second one mark and Dave the airbag masters open or closed shell funeral here's how it all went down I know you like no you don't maybe you'll be alright maybe I believe her anyway Mr parole more stuff on Twitter Mr Pena died as he lived in his own time and laughing and shelf full of money from article monster than not munching cannibal and now he roasted peanuts hello my goodness
"wesley snipes" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Out of the you know you're making the assumption that your sisters have never seen live on stage the TV series Hey Joe what is what is the sport you're going to miss watching the most right now with what's going on I'm a huge soccer fan though kind of a whole European Thurgood kinda al and I are usually look bored watching actors the games are on in the afternoon rather than late at night and get that out and then yeah I do whatever I want later did you guys here the Olympics was being talked about by trump that he was you're suggesting they postponed it was suggesting a one year back and said yeah my dream business huh pretty much yep Joe thanks for your call Georgian Toms River you're on New Jersey one one point five Hey guys although lately I cared about oh my god it's been us for ever since I've seen all you got it you got it yep you're gonna love this recall is email you got it all that yeah funny movie good movie hello Rosie somebody what was her name docile Rosie Perez Rosie Perez yeah yeah yeah Rosie Perez and Wesley snipes I think was Wesley snipes and woody Harrelson we have yep the movie it was it was I feeling when you want to call in he hadn't all right okay thank you go about making Hillsborough your New Jersey one one point five Hey how you doing guys sorry my love you show love your show I got two good ones okay miracle and field of dreams I know probably more guys love miracle but I really love field of dreams the dreams is a classic yeah you guys don't miracles like amazing movie yeah all yeah I'm not so I'm not put it down at all well you know how it ends yeah Nick you know who I'm every day listen to you guys or what but I'm the only rule thank you thanks thank you it's unbelievable communal offerings I believe we do import you guys yeah really you guys have no credibility whatsoever okay how are you with field of dreams because part of it was about ghosts yeah that was kind of silly but I suspend my disbelief because we had a baseball I watch a baseball movie Hey dad you want to have a catch Godfrey can water works killed me just killed me are you taking your suggestions on sports movies to watch while there are no real sports one eight hundred two eight three one one point five C. radio I.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Is my name Wesley snipes also for delight is my name and our next guest sterling K. brown for waves and he didn't just received a nomination for his film role sterling K. brown was also nominated for outstanding actor in a TV drama series for this is us he also won an Emmy for that show playing America's beloved slightly corny dad Randall Pearson we spoke to sterling K. brown about the film ways he plays Ronald a hardworking father who pressures his son Tyler to be the best at everything he does because in his mind there's no room for mediocrity for a black person in America but that pressure has dire consequences for Tyler and the rest of Ronald's family let's take a listen search the answer to all your projects first but I always thought if I ever met you I have to ask you this question are you in your father named after the poet sterling that's a really good question okay so my anecdotes answer that question is sterling a brown part of poet of the Harlem Renaissance was on the SAT the year that I was taking it and all my friends were giving me a bunch of crap because they're like how did you get on to the SAT but we are not named after the poet my dad is sterling brown junior and his father is sterling brown so it's a family name my from my grandfather would actually be older man sterling a brown or contemporary of his so they weren't named after each other it's just grandfather that than myself were you familiar with his poetry growing up I was vaguely familiar I didn't listen to it all the time or read it all the time but I am familiar with these very powerful very strong voice not a bad name to share in common with an incredible artist is it okay if you listen to a little bit of sterling Fraunces home called strong man which I love do you live it's it's nineteen thirty one and it starts with talking about they dragged you from your homeland they change you in coffers they huddled you spoon fashion and fill the hatches they sold used to give a few met gentleman ease hand then the home goes on to talk about how strong men are and so this is actually a port is on in his own words listlessness sterling Abraham what from the slums where they have him you what from the tiny hearts they could not keep from you what reaches them making them a lady fearful today they shout prohibitions at you thou shalt not this now shall not that reserved for whites only you laugh one thing they cannot prohibit the strong man coming all the strong man gotten stronger strong man stronger hello I love that right wow those great I think the movie house are going to come back for this I've never no one's ever played sterling brown for sterling brown that's pretty cool here's a copy of the whole plank flooring and I thought about that poem because I thought about your character yeah movie weights he is a strong man he's going to raise a strong young black man and he is loving it and he is demanding and his his being demanding of the way he shows his love sure right yes so when you were thinking about this character and his success and your successful missing playing this character where did you go to for that where did you get to that from your personal experience was this from interviewing other people who have sons I know you have sons I have two boys eight and four and online I don't think it is my particular parenting style and it wasn't my father's either but I have uncles a different family members who have a military background who I have witnessed with different cousins at cetera who are very sort of austere very demanding because they have high expectations like if you don't have high expectations and there's very little need for this type of love this type of discipline but when you see potential within your children and you want them to fully realize it he also simultaneously navigating the landscape of being black in America and know that that can be treacherous in and of itself that the room for mediocrity is two fold people number one a looking for any reason to dismiss you and to discount you and secondly it is threatening right your very existence can be a threat to people whether they it's conscious or unconscious right so you have to be excellent to survive and to also thrive both of them are necessary I think that it's a right the conversations that you have and and communities of color and marginalized voices we have to be twice as good ten times as good to make it just as far are justifiable and still after today we're not in a post racial society in my humble opinion I think that the father in this film if he could have done anything different was make sure that his son at the space in the room to share his experience of what life was like for himself so that when things start to fall apart for him not to give too much away he felt as if he had to shoulder the burden of his circumstances on his own and his fear of disappointing his father was more than he could bear rather than actually saying this is what's happening I need help we had actually Trachsel's on the show as well as Calvin Harris and yeah everyday so our listeners may know that the plot a little bit young talented athlete gets injured and his world starts to fall apart yeah and wanting Calvin and trade talked about was the collaborative nature of the script and how much the actors were able to Adam layer in what were some of the things that you talk to Trey about that made its way into your character and on to the screen yeah I think well I think this was a conversation that a twenty four our producers and a lot of the actors had were there's a tragedy to trans fires in the middle of the phone and we didn't want to contribute to a negative stereo type of a young black man right we want to make sure that people didn't see him as a fog of of lesser value but but that a young black man lost his way makes a terrible mistake but that does not negate him of his humanity and when I first talk to Trey about the movie as a man I think you have written something special but I'm also really concerned about the crisis point and whether or not people will tune out on whether or not it is a representation of blackness that I am eager to see or something that I'm fearful of and it all depends on the execution of a particular moment Hey being white was really really open to hearing any and all suggestions and trying to find a way to collaborate so that everyone's voice was a part of this melting pot even in the way that the script came about him being white into being an autobiographical sort of movie but now the two casts Calvin whose African American collaborating with him hearing about his upbringing his relationship with his father a past romantic relationships and how they can sort of blend those two things together to make something that is very specific right so the Calvin is not just black by happenstance but black on purpose and that this is a reflection of a black family now that also has a universal reach right because you don't get to the universal but through the specific I I applaud the both of them Calvin for taking the role on tray for saying that like this person doesn't have to look exactly like me in order for him to reflect my experience of growing up and we came up with something really beautiful together yeah I I for me it was a matter of trade also that the camera run a long time he didn't call cut immediately so there's a lot of room for improv in terms of you see Calvin and I working out together like that's not all scripted sometimes it's us off the cuff there's a wonderful scene towards the beginning of the film where we enter into an arm wrestling match which was not written at all I was just like trade in call cut my was like well let me see if we can fill the space and cabins like you Hey we don't do it we have to do it and just it's sort of informs the dynamic between this father and son which is they are connected there is a deep abiding appreciation but there's also a bit of competition there as well my guess is sterling K. brown we're talking about as many projects currently talking about waves it's interesting in the film this the perspective shifts the narration shifts from from the sun's story to the daughters story which is a much quieter story but it's also very potent story what shift does the father make as we as we start to see him and what the aftermath of after the crisis point and then we also get to see it through with the daughter's life yeah I think that was probably the thing that sold me on the film because you see a much different iteration of the father in the second half of the film by virtue of the crisis and that if he wants to connect with his children if he wants them to share what's going on in their world he has to also share himself and show weakness and show week that's the part I'll I'll even go to save vulnerability yeah we can't afford that and and that way it takes away the idea that I feel like a lot of men are afraid of being weak because they see it as not being strong but there's tremendous strength invulnerability right and the and it also sort of highlighted for me and for Renee as well that you can live in a household and things on the outside can be seemingly well and you can have very little to no laws of knowledge of what actually transpiring in the lives of your children right especially with these devices were all walking around with many computers and we're next to each other but not necessarily in conversation with each other it's made me pay particular attention to cultivating an environment where my eight year old and a four year old know that they can come to me with anything you know nothing is heavy is what's going on and where it is right now but you got to start now if you want to make sure that when it comes to seventeen eighteen they feel as if they can come to you I've been speaking with sterling K. brown we'll have more after a quick break.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"During the one hundred for your old mascot Wesley snipes and map wall no you don't the mobile not meeting an untimely end in a stunned by planters Mr peanuts home for his entire life people are talking about it you know over a week in advance he's an icon and people love him because he's been around for a hundred and four years so sad to see him on the way the world's biggest status a being the Superbowl is huge we've had experts to explain why Mr piano the so popular people love him do they all they too now is there anybody man woman or child that loves Mister Pena really my wife my children and Mister Pena and swell up right so the talk it you know the the the damn morning shows now here's a human being saying words and for those of you for whom that's enough I'm sure you'll sit there wide eyed and open mouth drooling and watching our commercials sorry that was the you know what that was that was a that was what the meaning Mr bean is been around for a hundred and four years and people love him really really there's no you barely they love you so much writer for ad world you know it was all her so can you we need you to explain the appeal Mister Pena the subpoena weren't funny I don't know it's nothing really instead this is the answer then I would feel of the am for macdonald's all people love the Kerr or for the whole no it's just it's a member I would eat exactly the same number of payments had missed helping any damn brand he doesn't mean it never existed even have some sort of relatable like catch phrase every like the Tony the tiger their goal right that he's he's just this weird animated the thing well and and elitist people long at the end of your service on a V. all love him the cane he was a monster he's he packaged up millions of his own **** consoled snacks eats yeah wait a minute what the hell you're right that's incredibly troubling it was like do you know if if I was the McDonald's spokesperson read your soul gourd kill me and all my family Barbara he is in Paul Lovett he's a monster his reign of terror is finally over no if if uncle cashew was pitching peanuts that I would get not sacrificing his own kind so he's hanging on a branch with the two movie stars yes who's the blond guy Matt Walsh mo from the Veep show probably most famously did a lot of daily show correspondent stuff back in the John Stewart era okay hanging on a branch over a canyon yes and to save their lives he Mr pain it lets himself drop well is there is there the branch there hanging on his crack in the yeah the three of them is too much Jack somebody's got to sacrifice themselves and Mister Pena falls to his death and then burst into flames when he hits the ground there's a there's a bit of a maybe he's okay and then the explosion so so it's played for the fan that's kind of funny as the record Mr on shelled it is full peanut shell I'm trying to picture it's like a ball park being out with the shell on right yes yes yeah he is a shell right no shell the means the show's been removed which is always can if I climb in a shell or night shelled now I'm shell that they're on shelves I'm right yes the office while are the opposite of like people okay in my house to if I'm in a house yes if it not has been shelled it has no shell okay that is the opposite arm and then the Superbowl they're going to run the the funeral which I assume is going to many celebrities it will probably be a music because everyone loves miss everyone loves Mister Pena was there a Mrs Pena I'm not here out the guy but it's kind of weird he was a player he all kind of George Clooney issue more well George Clooney's merry I think he got with cash we own the Caprio bit of a mixed nuts sort of thing while in a hundred and five years ago that was controversial yeah he would get with a P. com if you don't have this family's resources you probably would've been an outcast yeah right I am beta roasted for that oh boy yeah so you're more of that during the givers did you hear about the moms for housing they got so much attention all across the nation certainly and in Oakland Hey you got these moms that just wanted my house in there they they got kids in their moms they got no where to leave housing shortage so they just broke into a house and stayed there will that the person on the house you gotta get out finally got him a victim right but it became a cause celeb and they came up with a way to let these moms by the house officially as of Monday they get to they they they they bought the house well in non profit from what I understand right yeah it's kind of old sprints pretty complicated to try to figure out where the money came from how it got moved around and all that so anyway keeping in mind the mayor of Oakland is a common as mayor Libby Schaaf all says the main agreement that if the company sells any of the properties in the future that the other women still get to stay in the home because they own a bunch of houses most of them they can I think doesn't invest the mayor was asked today if this deal might result in copy cats people occupy a vacant home than try to claim it we're not here to condone unlawful acts but we are here to respect them and passionately advance what inspired them we're not here to condone unlawful acts were here to reward them we're here to passionately love what inspired them to break into a home and stay there I swear to god these people just need to write greeting cards because their analysis goes about that date that makes more sense than everybody loves Mister Pena well and when we come back can we consider their slogan housing is a human right let's turn that one over again.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Hundred four year old mascot Wesley snipes and map wall no you don't the mobile not meeting an untimely end in a stunned by planters Mr peanuts home for his entire life keep her talking about it you know over a week in advance he's an icon and people love him because he's been around for a hundred and four years so sad to see him on the way the world's biggest stage a being the Superbowl is huge we had an expert to explain why Mr piano the so popular people love him do they all they to now is there anybody man woman or child that loves Mister Pena really my wife my children and Mister Pena and soil of right so the talk it you know the the the damn morning shows now here's a human being saying words and for those of you for whom that's enough I'm sure you'll sit there wide eyed and open mouth drooling and watching our commercials well you know it was the you know what that was that was a that was what the meaning Mr bean is been around for a hundred for years and people love him really really there's a mildly amused barely they love he's from a writer for had world you know it was all her so can you we need you to explain the appeal Mister peanut the subpoena weren't funny I don't know it's nothing really this is the answer that I would feel of the elm for McDonald's all people love the curler from video the old no it's just it's a member I would eat exactly the same number of payments had missed any damn brand it doesn't mean it never existed even have some sort of relatable like catch phrase every like the Tony the tiger their gory right that he's he's just this weird animated thing well and and elitist people love him at the end of your service on a people love him the king he was a monster he's he packaged up millions of his own **** consoled wait a minute what the hell you're right that's incredibly troubling is like do you know if if I was the McDonald's spokesperson all my media shoal gourd kill me and all my family Mr peanut isn't beloved he's a monster his reign of terror is finally over no if if uncle cashew was pitching peanuts that I would get not sacrificing his own kind so he's hanging on a branch with the two movie stars yes who's the blond guy come out wash from the Veep show probably most famously did a lot of daily show correspondent stuff back in the John Stewart era okay hanging on a branch over a canyon yes and to save their lives he Mr pain it lets himself drop well is there is there the branch there hanging on his crack and the three of them is too much Jack somebody's got to sacrifice themselves and Mister Pena falls to his death and then burst into flames when it's the ground there's a there's a bit of a maybe he's okay and then the explosion so so it's played for the fan that's kind of funny for the record Mister on shelves it is full peanut shell I'm trying to picture is like a ball park peanut with the shell on right yes yes yeah he is a shell right no shell the means the shells been removed which is always good if I climb in a shell or night shelled now I'm shell that they're on shelves I'm right this wow are the opposite of like people okay in my house to if I'm in a house yes if it not has been shelled it has no shell it is the opposite arm and then the Superbowl they're going to run the the funeral which I assume is going to many celebrities it will probably be amusing because everyone loves miss everyone loves Mister Pena was there a Mrs Pena I'm not here out the guy but it's kind of weird he was a player he all kind of George Clooney ishe more well George please merry I think he got with cash we only Caprio bit of a mixed nuts sort of thing yeah while in a hundred and five years ago that was comfortable yeah he would get with a P. con if you don't have this family's resources you probably would've been an outcast yeah right I am eight a roasted him for that oh boy yeah so you're more of that during the givers did you hear about the moms for housing they got so much attention all across the nation certainly and in Oakland Hey you got these moms that just squatted my house in there they they got kids in their moms they got no where to leave zinc shortage so they just broke into a house and stayed there will that the person on the house you gotta get out finally got him a victim right but it became a cause celeb and they came up with a way to let these moms by the house officially as of Monday they get to they they they they bought the house well in nonprofit did from of the what I understand right yeah it's cut it looks pretty pretty complicated to try to figure out where the money came from how it got moved around and all that so anyway keeping in mind the mayor of Oakland is a common as mayor Libby Schaaf all says the main agreement that if the company sells any other properties in the future that the other women still get to stay in the home because they on a bunch of houses most of them they can I think doesn't invest the mayor was asked today if this deal might result in copy cats people occupy a vacant home than try to claim it we're not here to condone unlawful acts but we are here to respect them and passionately advance what inspired them we're not here to condone unlawful acts were here to reward the we're here to passionately love what inspired them to break into a home and stay there I swear to god these people just need to write greeting cards because their analysis goes about that deep that makes more sense than everybody loves Mister Pena well and when we come back can we consider their slogan housing is a human right let's turn that one over again.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"The pirate picnic but there's no evidence of yeah they at the c. divers dinner yeah yeah. What were they face based. Is that the trigger fish sticks in the more. They probably had fish sticks. I remember member my quality. No doubt yeah only the best entree for the pirate picnic a hotdog you know what ruined to me was what ruined those always was was when they would put the apple pie in their smelled bad and it's and it's not like a cobbler yeah. You know it's funny. The rubber met the road with my mom as far as t._v. Dinners met as far as t._v. Dinners went because it was like she had had to square off. It was like one of those superhero movies where the superhero has to fight his own d'appel ganger like when captain in america has to fight captain america and the avengers or whatever that is that was it was. I always my mom but it was like captain. Health food meets it's captain lazy and they're like she was like now look. I'm totally committed to health food. I always talk about eating healthy food. I talk about how bad why lower and they were like yeah but i also i love health food but i love lethargy as well so i could like captain leather. Gee i could feed my family something. That's healthy but that would require require. That's a calorie burner like to make a whole chicken and then make some fresh vegetables and a salad or i could get the pirate themed hotdog that dog with the pudding in the fish sticks which i know is junk but it doesn't burn that many calories so then it became. They squared it off like those two. I do nothing but preach about health food so also super super lazy you know and guess what you guys i will tell you something like wesley snipes set on that airplane always bet on black latin always bet on lazy lazy lazy wins lazy when there's one of these things where it's like i love this but it requires movement the person of principle that i have to do it then not always goes too lazy and lazy would win a d._v._d..
"wesley snipes" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Is one of the host of America's got talent he replace Tyra banks is actually pretty good post Wesley snipes we'll let you test that might not only has Jr fifty seven you got the David a worst movies these people or have been able to save their city right yeah yeah I was in her late Trinity you know he he that tax problems come on there can you guys get can we get some good stuff with him what a Wesley snipes I'm gonna say fifty eight two one and that everything Julie Newmar data hold Wesley I think fifty five the seven or one okay what do you what you want because you would lower but I was hotel a year but we we I like I like it Asian man yeah you got a movie you you know by the way spent almost every you guys you guys some horrific movies that these people play there okay Wesley they make a bunch of great movies I mean I do Hey I live rather he west Marshall's boy what we got next learn thirty on this one because I don't think you know who this is I don't even know to say last name Lisa Kudrow Kudrow Lisa Goudreau who wrote in Michelle's high school reunion no no no Lisa Kudrow sex in the city friends friends which one was she okay no no yeah okay be be.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Now has a Wesley snipes is in a really well was this night just enough more Herschel Ali is the new blade which is awesome cool Manuel who plays Tinker Bell in the movie hook the node Julia Roberts yeah current score zero zero a new class of baseball hall of fame inductees was celebrated this weekend in what New York down they lost New York County New York town he broke Cooperstown Cooperstown New York to the holiday yeah the little league gave their lives we and one of the circle man well today is prince George's six birthday hello this is dad pre gorge no prince William our current score zero zero somebody's got to get one right if what a former professional wrestler stars in movies like stupor in guardians of the galaxy former professional wrestler for you for it and got out the bald guy the bald guy oh my god okay I can't take bald guys sorry Dave Batista okay with you that and men well name the subscription service with three S. in its name yeah buzz fab fit fund all our that is good to not so tough tiebreaker question holler out your name if you know the answer your name will be your bus awaits I finish asked the question before you buzz in what was the last time you drank water out of a hose Marlene Marlene two days ago with my kid what are believed by that sounds fun alright.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"wesley snipes" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast
"From Wesley Snipes will cost you as much as five shut outs. Eighty one one hundred percent Lesley. Wesley Snipes would be awesome. And he's on there while so that I just I'm still stunned. I it's it's so surreal and weird. And thank you, David Moby, wishy. Listen to the show follow him on Twitter at David mobile. You'll see him. Give him suggestions. Maybe he should just send that money to patriot. That was another. He's spending this money on a show. He doesn't listen to. Hey, these are fans this gets the eventually, David. Thank you. Yes. All right. Let's of actual Kiki's. I'll try to cut this up this kind of bumpers. I don't know. How very weird strange. They're all strange, and they're like you have to like watch it. And I don't know. We'll see what it could be. But Anthony the big super big game bull happened. Yeah. The big bowl. We've talked. I talked about an on jock talk. If you're. Subscriber jock talk. So like I said there was gonna be avengers endgame spot before. And guess what was it avenged, then gamespot thirty seconds writing? And a lot of people were like, that's it bash showed nothing. Oh, I disagree. I in thirty seconds, bro. They showed us thirty seconds of new footage for small, and they show it a lot. They showed stuff. I wanted to see. Let's break this down this thirty seconds. What did you think? Overall, watching this thirty seconds. I loved it. I mean, it's not your typical SuperBowl trailer where these big bombast shots and still fight scenes. It's don't actually there's no money shot. There's no there's not really much of a plot reveal now. There's nothing really. But it's very understated, but it's all character stuff. Yeah. It's really all we need. We don't need to see anything more than what we got my favorite part of the trailer is just seeing cap in group therapy because. Looks like he's just on the edge of a breakdown. And he's obsessing over the fact that he could not save half the universe. I love that. Poster. Where do we go now that they're gone, and he seems to be so that's one of the great things I loved this trailer is where actually gang see New York Post snap. You could see like the skylines. Deserted around the statue. Liberty looks like a refugee camp. There's a shot of city field. The baseball field empty and Mike. Whoa. Like, this is kinda what you wanted to see some time has passed. Also in the very beginning..
"wesley snipes" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Do. He's he's got is like that. Okay. Always looks at. Let's all right. Let's get rich. Actually. You'll says he loves you very much and to get your sexy ass over that might know Louis say tonight. Okay. He's putting himself into behind fucker. Raisman giving you giving you some but some of the smoke. Well, would you? How many of these? I gotta do also. This closest but I'm fucking I. This closest saying that. Yeah, I'm a warmer. Did you go ahead and finish? See here. US? Yes. Yes. Yes. This is a shout out for Tobia Brown cougar relations on a new job. All right now, you have to really do the he'll even know he's recording. What's going on in here? Eleven. See I got you. Got Wesley Snipes. I want you to know that Wesley Snipes he shops, I ki- 'cause we got those same pillows. I'm not lying. We got those pillows those the same exact ones right there. Pets. Fucking demos book about a talk. No, they won't. What grumpy cat does. Me. See all right. We add. All right. I just got. I just got pets pets pets. I just type it in pits. The C pets pets. Animals. All right animals. I'm trying to find the category the category animals been this happy birthday Wilbur. Here we go animals. Boy, look at here. They got people paying twenty five dollars hits Jesus. Puppy. Puppet shark. All right. Let's see the puppet. All right. Somebody would have put it to admit no dog..
"wesley snipes" Discussed on Double Toasted
"What I asked you to read. Screw it. Ain't my phone. Happy birthday. Yeah. I don't believe everything read. So what you wish them? Happy birthday, man. Fuck them documentaries. I'm not paying. So it's not necessarily fraud. It's false advertising. Joe rule was on this website. We just follow put. Would me. Claire Buchan happy Hannukah, man. Fuck. Rodney, man. Do we've been if what our come on. Let me search Wesley Snipes. Oh, lord. That's the last. That's the last one Wesley Snipes. Oh, let's see. We got on here. Legions? I gotta do this Tommy tiny Lister. Oh, zoos depot divo-. Yeah. Kevi? I wanna I want to talk to Larry aka Larr. Oh, this tiny list of depot it was up. Ak law sleep. Even put a shirt on. Me too. He probably sitting on the hospital shit. He really doesn't like. Does. Bad day. Give you shut up, man. You're people just shun Dame little bowl hoops and west. Let me see if he wakes up another. He looks like this all of them. I'm gonna go. Oh my God. This show board people you want the best C P R. I. ACL S L S training whenever you spilled that was not to spent. Would just say CPR the best c p. P s the ESE's is he like he died don't make a mess with travel more. John people kill Kim. Wait moving Friday cook. The.
"wesley snipes" Discussed on The Deconstruction Workers
"Clock. In and asking the writer's room. You know, what would suck? Well, would suck. If you know, you can have a hamburger. Talk. If everything was talk. Oh bell. It invokes another of Wesley Snipes films, which has one of my favorite lines. A thing that I still say regularly just in my everyday life, which is Sonny shines on a dog's ask some of the times. So it could it could quite possibly be that as well. It could quite possibly be as you say broken clock. Right nothing, but chicken wing on a string. So for those of you who are unfamiliar with demolition, man, which at this point should be nobody nobody should be unfamiliar with demolition, man. But if you are let me catch you up to nineteen ninety three so demolition man is a film. It stars semester. Stallone. It star, Sandra. Bullock, Wesley Snipes is the villain, and then a whole bunch of character actors that you would recognize including Dennis Leary in one of his only big screen role as an extra. John black is an extra blend Shattuck's who is the guy from Beetlejuice. He played oboe in Beetlejuice. He has a key character role here as well as a socio Bob who I love I is. So great. Doesn't character type in all the movies that he plays is always the same character? Jesse Ventura has a cameo in this towards the end pre governor. Yes, pre governor post predator Ventura is in this. So demolition is the story of a police officer this semester, Stallone's character. And he is known for blowing things up in order to catch the bad guy. He tries to do the right thing and things just get demolished. And at the very beginning of the film, Wesley Snipes who play Simon Phoenix. Who's one of the best villains in in cinematic history? Cosign, Simon Phoenix has captured a city bus full of people. And so that's just goes into capture him and accidentally. But in the in the fight between him. Him and Wesley Snipes. They accidentally blow up the building and kills all the bus passengers or whatever. And so John Spartan is sentenced to, you know, the maximum penalty in the Kreil prison because in demolition man, the way that the Justice system works is they freeze you in ice. And they reprogram your brain to be more useful to society. Right. And we should also set up that the movie came out in nineteen Ninety-three. It takes place in nineteen Ninety-six. It opens far off of nineteen Ninety-six. And the first thing that we see is the Hollywood sign on fire. And most of Los Angeles is already this. It's it is a dystopia. It's what we would think of as the typical distort wasteland city on fire, the technological Bladerunner sort of future. It's it's basically the imagery that we saw from the LA riots. It is regular dirty Los Angeles on fire. Right. So John Spartan is sentenced to prison. And so is Simon Phoenix. And so they are in the cryan prison. We fast forward thirty six years. The city of Los Angeles has been combined with the city of San Francisco into a Metroplex. San Angeles is our is our new dystopia m- city after the big earthquake of twenty ten the cities are combined and under the leadership of a central figure. And so because Los Angeles, San Diego, and Santa Barbara are now one city under Raymond Cocteau the way that Raymond Cocteau has taken over that city is through his brand of sort of pacifism and restore. St. pacifism and control. So everything that is bad is bad and therefore illegal right salt sugar bacon, cigarettes curse hamburger sex, like actual, physical paper paper, all of it is illegal in the new San Angeles. There's a group of people who live underground on. These people are led by Edgar friendly and Edgar friendly who is Denis Leary's. Character is this rebel who keeps showing up, and they spray graffiti on walls, and they steal stuff, and whatever and they live in this society, and they're a big menace to the above ground regular utopia. And so all of a sudden sign. In Phoenix is broken out of prison. And everyone says it's because Edgar friendly has broken him out of prison in order to wreak havoc on the society. And of course, because they are such pacifists because the cops in this future society don't ever have to do anything or whatever Simon Phoenix goes on this murder spree 'cause he can because the police don't know how to handle him rob Schneider plays a small role in he says release officers. We're not trained to handle this kind of islands, right, which which should tell you everything you need to know about this -ociety, the main protagonist cop in the story is Lena Huxley who has played by Sandra Bullock, and Lena Huxley and her is get together. And they decide that the only way to catch. Simon Phoenix is to use the person who caught Simon Phoenix in the first place the last time and that is John Spartan. So they go back to the crow prison, and they thought out Silvester Stallone. John Spartan and they give him a badge. And they tell him we need you to go catch Simon Phoenix. And they don't like any of the wave that John Spartan is going to catch Simon Phoenix. Like nothing about it. With the exception of Sandra Bullock, who has finish is the twentieth century and by twentieth century. I mean, nineteen Ninety-three specifically, and she has this apartment. That's just full of prep from the nineteen nineties, and she listens to nineteen nineties commercial jingles as her music, and she is very much looked down upon by all of her friends because she has this romanticism for the sort of dirty nineteen ninety s right? So it turns out that Simon Phoenix was actually released by Cocteau. So that he could go kill Edgar friendly and smash the underground resistance to this dystopia society when John Spartan follow. Oh, Simon Phoenix down into the sewers. He realizes oh, actually, these people are aren't stealing randomly. They're stealing food. They're trying to maintain their free society under ground because they don't fit into Cocteau's master plan for this pacifistic utopia, and in the end of the film. They end up merging the two societies. Edgar friendly is going to be in charge of both the above ground and the below ground and everybody loosens up in. That's the. It's better to be free event to be part of this
"wesley snipes" Discussed on Double Toasted
"Warfield baby a lethal torn. Ourself. Dare you heads. We'll be chopped off. Well, be job of how much money did he have at the Lynn. Still in his system. He's on. But yes, yeah. It was when it is got him, hyper. So this let me see who this is man, whatever he's on. He is on all of it. Not left. He's he had a cocktail. The guy that we're looking at right here. We're looking at MAURICE. Peyote? No lives up to his name MAURICE Paola twenty three. They say he took a flight from Las Vegas going to New York. And for some reason things where he, you know, he his evaluation said, he's okay. But when he got on that plane, he immediately lost his shit advisor to set to New York right now. Are you? Okay. This is when you open the -mergency during throw his ass out. No parachute. Nothing. You gotta go man land. Which is where this is where Wesley Snipes comes out. Passengers fifty seven. And does some just this is what you bet on black. Right. Wow. You're right. Shit MAURICE Maurici when he was on the plane. He he he threatened people. He threatened to kill them. He threatened to kill their children. To ask all the. Live. He showed people here's Harry stomach probably the worst offense. Yeah. He yeah. He was the the they they said that. Of course, he was being a threat. But he they he scared everybody. Piece of. Peachy play. You. Three feet of you right now. Okay. Somebody needs to beat his ass. Ass. A little kid having good tantrum. So he needs something somebody needs to pistol with his as real gay. He he needs to be detained. If you if you know what I mean. Yeah. This is the forcefully. Yeah. This is what you knock as you put him back there, the luggage. Pick his ass up coming out the luggage bus. I guess so crazy. Let me see I'm much because he's still going off visor by Beckham. Shortest pilot included. There you go. Wait. They made emergency landing. And there you go right there..