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"william money" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

The Bill Simmons Podcast

05:10 min | Last month

"william money" Discussed on The Bill Simmons Podcast

"That we wouldn't then have to make the picks. Because I don't know if you've looked at the batting average on the picks. My thing is, who are the Patriots going to spend money on? You know, I watched the rams. The rams are being mentioned as a possible day. It's like, well, how do they have money? Well, they always find money. They're going under the mattresses and in the seat cushions. And the Patriots are the opposite. They spent money on judean. They have a QB on a rookie salary, which is like the Holy Grail. Of being in this football asset business. So the jets, I think, would be another one for him. What are you going to say, Craig? Well, if you look at where Tyreke and devonta Adams are interesting because they're both elite wide receivers who were on good teams and the good teams were not interested in paying them and let them leave and they went to mediocre teens. And that might be like where things are going. So Ben solo I said on the draft show the other day, he thinks debo is going to go to a team like the Texans. And I agree. I think he's going to go to the jets. And I think he's going to be okay on that team. But that's kind of where things are going now where these good teams can be like, I don't need to pay to Montana for $30 million a year. I'll draft a lot, they are Gilbert Wilson. What's his name? Garrett Wilson. Garrett Wilson. And do the same thing. You know what I think The Rookie receivers contracts are like the new rookie quarterback contracts where because here's the thing. We just heard ten years of like, yeah, I have a quarterback. But the whole point is to get a discount. But the 5 most expensive positions in football, quarterback, receiver, left tackle, defensive end, cornerback. Wide receiver is the only one of those 5 that you can actually find outside the first, or they're easiest to find. And so I think that you're going to have to pay a premium at left tackle, cornerback quarterback, defensive end, more often, and receiver is going to be the position that's the easiest to flip out. So I think a lot of these teams are looking like the niners. Do you pay debo? Do you pay Nick Bosa? The Chargers do you pay Joey Bosa? They're giving Mike Williams money. I kind of wonder if that's going to be good decision, but I think a lot of teams are making this decision. And that's why you see these pairings, two is on a rookie deal. They got tyrique a lot of money, you know, the chiefs have mahomes and packers have Rogers and big money. They're getting rid of advantage, getting rid of Tyreke. So I think that's kind of where this is all going. Yeah, nobody will have both. Yes. You can either. It's not for long. You could have the quarterback, but then you gotta get super creative or you could have the receiver a rookie and then maybe take one more swing with like a mid level dude, but this is why we're doing this asset draft. Craig, you have first pick. Danny, you have second pick. I'll go third. The caveats are. Guys, you would want for the next four years. Talent, durability, and most important contract. Yeah. So if you would say this is not a ranking of the all the skill guide, the non cubic skull guys, because if you're taking tyreek, you're taking tyreek with the 30 million a year. That's part of the package. But we're not taking tyrique on the dolphins. We're taking just tyreek with his contract, right? We're not talking with his contract. Yeah, we're not talking teams as much as just the town. So Craig, you go first, who do you have? There is one true first overall pick here and it's Jamar chase. I had him as well. Do you have him? Yeah, I had my top two, and I'll just tell you the top two right now. Chase, and then I'm taking Justin Jefferson. And that's why I'm surprised you gave yourself the third pick Bill, because I think chase and Jefferson are so clearly the top two in this exercise. Well, the fun thing is I didn't tell you guys this, but it's going to be a snake draft. So I have the third and fourth clinics. Because second, it's the same other way. I had the same thing. I had chased one at Jefferson two. You could argue if this was a talent draft, they would still be in the top 5, but when you throw in The Rookie thing part, if we were saying no salary at all, it's chase still the first pick. What do you think? Top 5, for sure. Yeah, I mean, he's 21 years old and he was a top 5 receiver last year. It's unbelievable. The Bengals pulled this off where they get burrow. Who that worked out about as well as it's going to work out. And then the chase thing, which, listen, last year at the draft, I was like, why don't they take a tackle? Burroughs getting killed. And they took chase and worked out. These two guys, it's like loss over that they went to college together and won a championship together. We just took them first overall if we want the NFL. They played together. There's so many young athletes I like now. I don't know whether I'm just getting older and my standards are dropping or whether we're in a good run, but I love Anthony Edwards. I love a lot of these newer MBA guys. I like some of these NFL guys. The Bengals, they're just heartwarming. I like this next guy that I'm about to take. Little pricier, our first like a little bit pricey guy. I know who you're doing. Cooper cut, the best wide receiver in the league. Number three as well. Triple crowned it. We left the Super Bowl. We were like, that guy's the best receiver in the league. A month passes and devonta Adams gets traded and there's like, wow, Vegas just traded for the best for savory in the league. It's like the Cooper Cup getting a car accident. What did I miss? What happened to Cooper Cup? Still pretty young. His contract, he's like about 15 million a year, which is delightful. And I'm getting good value there. So I'm taking him. This next guy probably isn't on your board. I'm looking at age. I.

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"william money" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:31 min | 8 months ago

"william money" Discussed on KCRW

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"william money" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

Happy Sad Confused

05:36 min | 10 months ago

"william money" Discussed on Happy Sad Confused

"You know i'm not saying i would never be interested in superman. And if it was batman. Which matt was already doing. It might have been a difference. I might have thought felt differently about. I understand batman. You know i understand harley quinn like i don't understand every character so you end on suicide squad. It's fascinating to me. That like i said they even offered it up because the epoch you could perceive it as having some baggage while the box office was good obviously wasn't like most critically acclaimed film is david's struggles to the studio are famous out. I mean that's still is part of today. I mean first of all. There's no greater guy than david air. He's been the best guy to me in. The world is extremely talented filmmaker but everyone knows he has struggles. That's a that's a. That's a you know that affects the title. And so that's you know part of what this was. How did you feel like your way into like navigating that baggage was. Did it feel like you have to implement soon things in order to kind of like make people realize okay. We're starting from scratch or not. No just make make the best movie. You can trust the net hundred percent like that from the beginning. That wasn't my business if you know if were brothers has problems because of the first movie or whatever that is really up to them to figure out and you know and and fix not fix like that's up to them. I can just tell the best story. I can. And i wasn't going to be telling a story that was a shadow of david's movies that i'm like i'm trying to react to things that didn't work in your movie and make them differently. I just wanted to tell the story of the suicide squad. That i wanted to tell and always wanted to tell and i was jealous when when david got that gig there one of my favorite comics and so i was like oh. I always thought that would make a great movie. Well i'm excited to see the movie because you know somebody else's doing it but You know that was zam. You know always such an would make a great property always was excited about the potential of doing it and then they made the movie in. That data was great. So it's just you know. It's i can't do everything i dream about doing right. It's more of a. I mean it's more men on a mission men and women on a mission film than it is a superhero super villain team move. It's it's it's more that would you agree with that. More reference points dozen more than ventures senate's war caper film with a super with z grade. Super villains you know and they're just a bunch of sad sack soldiers at the end of the day who have problems connecting with each other. So i think that yeah for sure. That's genre engine that drives the movie a much more. So than a superhero film. There's nothing really about the general superheroes down engine that drives and spill I sent you a message after i saw. I mean there are a lot of things i loved about it. The thing that jumped out to me was idris. Who i feel like i mean. I'm always rooting for him. He's he's delivered some great performances. But i feel like in the mainstream stuff. He's not been well served. And i feel like most folks for whatever reason it just hasn't clicked. They haven't found the right and a big thing for him. And i just loved him in this movie i loved. He's like to me. He's like snake skin and han solo somewhere like fused together the roll up the classic kind of reluctant hero. He's a bastard like all of them. Can you talk to me about like what. You're i mean you you get the most out of your actors like i go down the list and say like a half dozen different actors. I've never seen better before. But tell me a little bit about idris and blood. Idris is a guy who had wanted to work with time. I thought he was the star. When i saw him and stringer bell on the wire and i've loved him since then And you know. I you know my my ex wife is jennifer fisher on the office and i thought about writing a role for him in this movie and i called john up and i'm like do you like is he a nice guy. He's a great cities beyond great. She's like just tell me about how she was it with her. Publicist at an event and idris. Int- met her. It was so nice toward look during the is anybody who's in hollywood knows that there are a lot of people that when they're around famous person everybody else seems to disappear. We mike mike. I have a friend of my. Who's a tv tv actor and we have a guy who we know who we go to a party with this person and we can tell exactly where career is at that time lamb time he spends looking at us versus looking around and other people very famous burs. And it's it's obvious you always know where you stand in. The guy looks at you if that's always something and that's what it is not like so she can't. He came very highly recommended. I wanted somebody who had the gravity about them. You know he's like a william money and unforgivable a guy had came from the heights of super billingham. Each shot man down from the sky with a kryptonite bullet and now he's in a prison scraping gum up the floor and has no interest in being recruited into this operation so i just thought he would be great for that and i wrote the whole around him. Were you ever gonna show that reference point to taking down superman or was it best left in the imagination. Yeah i never thought about showing it now. I mean like no never really thought it you know you have a great kind of roads gallery. Some of a witch like are better known than others. Most frankly are not known to most even colic fans i mean. I don't know most of these characters. And then i still had fallen in love with polka-dot man etcetera But there were there. Were as you say there were different. I know want rose was considering different..

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Jeff Bezos Thinks He's Clint Eastwood in 'Unforgiven'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:34 min | 10 months ago

Jeff Bezos Thinks He's Clint Eastwood in 'Unforgiven'

"The BA Zoe's done. So listen, I don't care if you like the bazaar story producer gyms like Hey, it's the greatest story. Every man I love it. I love I want his autograph chip. He says he spoke Yeah. Yeah, he did. There is a brawl brewing in the studio because Mike agrees with now. Jim didn't say that he just like space our best negative. But Mike is with me. We just don't care so bikes and bike and jibber at each other at each other's throats in a W W e style wrestling match right now. I don't care about this story. I care about Americans being spied on. Mike's with me, 100%. I don't care. I don't care. I'm not interested in Jeff Bezos. The guy's got tension. Million dollars. He got bored on a week and he's like, Hey, I'm gonna go to space Gray. He's got a cowboy hat and take the cowboy. You're not a cowboy. You Jeff Bezos. That's for cowboys. It's not for you. Take the cowboy hat off. Just take it off. You look ridiculous. Take the cowboy hat off. Bezos. It is. It is too big for your right. Thank you, Jim. It is too big for him. Like a doofus. He thinks she's like Clint Eastwood and Unforgiven or something. I've killed just about everything that's walked or crawled at some point in my life will your money I'm William money. And you heard my friend Dude, you're Jeff Bezoza. You just take the hat off you dunce. Is that the good? The bad and the ugly? It's just the ugly. All right back to the Washington Post. P I get distracted. Easy. I'm sorry. I'm very sorry. I can't help it.

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"william money" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"william money" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"P and Sheriff Bill Way born from Tarrant County kind enough to join us here this morning because how we Wanted to brag on what's happening right now at the Tarrant County Jail, and that is zero co vered cases. Currently and sheriff. There was a point where we don't know of any sheriff's office in the country was gonna be able to say it say that in their jail, but somehow you figured a way to get to this point. Well by the grace of God go with us, and we're very cautiously optimistic and we're proud of the system that we have in place for us. The quarantining of people coming in And you know, we're just We didn't think we'd see this day in a long time. But here we are, And that's it's a good day. What did you do differently over the last several months to really kind of turn the tide there? Well, what we did is we enhanced our medical screening when they came in the front door. First of all, and secondly is regardless of the medical screening. We still were quarantining the new prisoners coming in where they would be staying away from general population. If they any signs and symptoms. We immediately isolated him away from everything so that we could monitor him a little bit closely. So there was or two of the things that we did, and we have gotten to the point Now that we're certainly offering vaccines to the prisoners. And so we were trying to get ahead of this as best we can. That's what I was gonna ask about requiring not offering. But are you requiring vaccines or masks in the jail? We're requiring mask in the jail by both our troops and prisoners and anybody else that comes in and we are. Offering, just offering on a volunteer basis, just like the general public to for the vaccines. Most of the prisoners take you up on it. Do they get vaccinated? Several of them have I would say that we're probably running about what the general public is about. 50 or 55% are getting the vaccine. Tarrant County Sheriff Bill Way boards with us right now. Yeah, I want to shift gears on Tol program that you announced couple of weeks ago. The I've kind of read up on the sheriff, I thought, you know what this is. This is cutting edge and a lot of ways And that is what you're referring to. Is this reintegrate integration program the pathways to hope. On and this is about getting folks out of jail and back onto the street and becoming it productive citizens. You're actually investing in them. Knowing that hey, when they get out, we need them to be productive citizens, do we not? That is exactly right is that we know these people are coming back out into the free world. They're going to be our neighbors and why not set the plate to give them the best opportunity? Become productive citizens and that's what we're trying to do in a nutshell. And you're pairing them up with mentors. Give us some sense as to what that relationship is where those mentors come from things of that nature. Well, The mentors are prominent people in the community of the businessman and a faith based leaders and first responders. So that's the people that were looking for, and then what they do is they agreed to have Mention this person for the next 18 months and what they will be done is checking in with them on so initially several times a week and then else slow down probably took a weekly toe by weekly. But they're going to be that person that they never had in their life that keeps the moral compass in the straight path that would be the person there lives and help them work. Group issues and problems that they're having in the world. Just like all of us do and keep in mind that 80% of these people have never had a father in their lives. So this mentors kind of that parental road. All across the nation here of Police Department Sheriff's Department Releasing people back in to society for different reasons, you know, could be overcrowding or just Or whatever it may be, as Terran County had to go through anything like that. Us are. In fact, these people coming into the reentry program as well as they're being held fully accountable for their past sins. They're doing what they need to do there before they go into this next face. What's the recidivism rate right now? It's like those you see go through the Tarrant County Jail. How old did you see him? Come back. It's it's Hyatt's about 70% is what we're saying that that come back in now since we in the last three years we've done some internal Entry programs and people that have been involved in those programs We've seen it dropped a 22% and the other folks that are going into this program. We're really hoping in that and praying for a single digit recidivism rate that a huge could get to that. And by the way, you underline the You underlined a real issue. How knows this month my wife and how has been a part of it as well. My wife works and hope Farm after school program, you know, mentorship program where the father's not around. And it when you when you said 80% of inmates grew up in a fatherless home. I mean that right? There is something that a lot of defining moment you know, we have to figure that out. In order to eliminate some of the problems that we're having in the in the criminal justice world. You're absolutely right. And hope Farm isn't incredible Example of people turning people around and giving them a shot. And I think e think it's a route cross of the things that we've seen across this nation. And I just want us boldly say that I don't think the government does a good job of parenting. I think this is an opportunity for faith based community that step up to the plate and go after the core issues you are get on them. Oil. Derrick County Sheriff Bill Weyburn always appreciate the time of the inside, by the way. Good job on the zero covert cases. Aaron Terror County. Let's Let's open prey that continues to be. Oh, there goes the Sheriff Bill Way Born. Joining us here, Congressman Roger Williams Next? Look, I mean, this is like a who's who we go. Mike Davis Bill Way Born. Right. William's money cook. I mean, it's the way we got a whole lined up. We got them all. Yes, Congressman who he was going to join us next. How let's get into the Safer Schools Act. Would Congressman Williams. Okay, so one of the things he's focused in on right now, But first we focus on traffic, and that means all the attention of Monte cook plenty of issues to get in the way as well. As for sponsored by smart, mouthy, only 24 hour mouth watch with twice daily use. Now the problem.

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"william money" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

04:37 min | 1 year ago

"william money" Discussed on The PewterCast : A Tampa Bay Bucs Fan Podcast, Buccaneers

"Kyle go bucks to you Crosshairs donovan smith Even though i think the fans of lead up on him he probably had his most consistent year Before this year but soon as george ward off the old emphasis offensive line coach got jettisoned. An all the offensive lineman started. Trending upward You know kappa jensen donovan smith. Really christen worse wasn't here yet You know dime had his best year in two thousand nineteen and then he produced in Replicated in did even better I saw today only had one sack. Since the by week he had six sacks total only one since the bye week so those last eight games He played great so they re signed him extended him another year. Basically guaranteed his money this year. Guaranteed money next year Put on it. Avoid year lowered the cap so they could sign. Sue and now donovan's got a this year and next year guaranteed he'll only thirty and he's back in the free agency market might be top. You know tackle out there. And and i thought this year because his money wasn't guaranteed and the tackle market from someone. Like this trent williams just made. I thought this was like i thought donovan might be gone because the buses couldn't afford him You know and But he said today at ahead. Zoom call today with the media in scott rows asmaa. Like you know kind of what i said. He's like he's like you could've done like four or five megadeal here like like what's going on. He's basically like i'm young. Age is on my side and if you look at the guaranteed money it is like in two years. He's twenty eight. He'll be thirty and we back up there and he can go after the williams money so not only that everybody's cap is going to be much higher so you can imagine what the what the deal he's gonna make in two years because twenty twenty three comes around. It's all new tv deals and you know those Those tv deal. Money's is going to be ridiculous. I can't wait to see what the cat looks like in two years. Maybe not so much in twenty twenty two. Because there's only bridge deals that are that are in there every every deal and we talked about the tv deals last week. You know every tv deal comes up in twenty twenty three and they all are getting bigger and so the nfl is going to get hundred percent. Wasn't it yeah. It's it's something that larger my. Yeah double so you look at you. Look at it. The cap is going to be something. Astronomical in twenty twenty three and that ain't nice here goes up by thirty million. That wouldn't surprise me at all. But i think that it's going to go by thirty million in two thousand twenty two and it's probably going to go up by seventy five million the next year. I mean it's something ridiculous like that. It's it's yeah it's going to be like it's going to be two hundred and fifty million in like twenty twenty three my god the donald smith's going to be rubbing his hands in anticipation and he may have another super bowl trophy..

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"william money" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

07:16 min | 1 year ago

"william money" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"From the key. If I 24 hour news room, I'm Jennifer Jones lead it's in for a session. You haven't had a codename Good morning, Bill Handel here Thursday, January 21 some of the news we are covering and trending. The president yesterday signed 17 executive orders reversing virtually everything that he could that President Trump and the Trump administration and put into place Uh huh. And the President's about to about to institute the Defense Production act to get the coronavirus manufacturing up to speed because that's now, uh, at a choke point on the number of that's swell. It's God awful as you can imagine. Uh oh, and the article of Impeachment this, according to CNN could be sent to the Senate. Tomorrow, which means the trial has to start the next day. Or I think Monday s O Let's move over to a little bit of handle history on it has to do with the city of Los Angeles, and it was 18 62, and this town was visited by smallpox. And it jumped from Adobe to Adobe because it was all adobe homes in those days, killing more than 100 people and sickening hundreds of others Now, big deal 100 people. But l a had 4000 people in the population. And so if we do a comparison ah 100. People out of 4000, who died is equivalent to today in the United States, eight million people having already died. Because we have a 2.5% mortality rate of those who get the virus. They had a 2.5 or 200% mortality rate of everybody in the city. And this would be the deadliest outbreak in America at that point, and we went on to whether several more uh epidemics 18 68 18 77 18 87. And it turned out that while that first outbreak fatigue fatigue came into it, first outbreak was devastating. The last one was more of an annoyance. Much like today. It was a PR headache for Los Angeles because he was trying to brand itself. But that point as a land of sunshine and health and city fathers wanted to grow. Esso going back to 18 62 the winner. A drought had already decimated the cattle business. We're in huge economic distress. And when the first cases cropped up late in 18 62. They were concentrated in the native community. And by then it jumped from the native community and went across racial and all economic barriers, killing 14 Angelenos and one day and much like today. Undertakers were overwhelmed local government underfunded They didn't know how to deal with it, Boy does that sound familiar? And unlike today, at that time doctors actually had Vaccine. It was first developed by an English doctor in 17 96, and it was made available. Here's the comparison again. The city made it available to all residents. Regardless of race, socioeconomic class for free. Much like the federal government is offering the vaccinations for free. And according to the author of Daughters of Charity, It Talks about Los Angeles, 18 56 to 1927 in history. Uh, the author said, Well, Technology's improved the message for containing the disease, infectious diseases that hasn't really changed in 150 years. Here's what they did. 18 63, the city hires health inspectors to identify cases and impose quarantine. Self quarantine, e. Will the city enforced it effectively. They were contact contact tracers in the 19th century. The free vaccination program. But Here's the other issue, the availability of medical treatment, nursing care, even the enforcement of quarantine regulation dependent on one's class status. Now. Is there analogy to today? Well, yeah. You have the money. You have a good insurance program. You're going to do better. At that time, the city surgeon and it was his job to vaccinate everybody. In Los Angeles. Anyone who refused to be vaccinated could be arrested. And we talked about Can your employer force you to get a vaccination. Otherwise you're not working there? Well in those days they would arrest people who didn't couldn't be vaccinated, which I'm in favor of. Incidentally, I have no problem with that. That's fine now. Who didn't get treatment. Native Californians. Why didn't they get treatment? It's not because it was an offered to them because it was free for everybody, and they didn't care who it was. It's because Uh, they were suspicious of the government. Much like minorities, much like African Americans are suspicious of quote the government and farm or African Americans will not take the vaccine. Because of the suspicion of the government. Same thing with Latinos toe a smaller extent, and that doesn't count the crazy at the crazy ass, Anti vaxxers. They're just on a different planet. And then Uh, what I really like the common advice, Uh, to those who had smallpox and we should do the same thing here because think of the logic here don't eat peppers and spices. So no snow so Mexican food wash salted meats. Too much salt in him Bathe at least once every eight days, Shucks. Burn sulfur on a hot iron. And the Native Californians would be in would have sweat ceremonies followed by icy plunges, which actually hasten death. Actually cause you to die more on Then when we come back, I want to talk about probably one of my favorite characters of this syrah, A guy by the name of William money. What a character and then tactical Thursday coming up on 9 30, so I'll go away and your chance to win $1000 when we come back, all right. Jennifer Jones Lee Europe..

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"william money" Discussed on REAL 92.3

REAL 92.3

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"william money" Discussed on REAL 92.3

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"william money" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:43 min | 1 year ago

"william money" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Service members have died at the Fort Hood Army base this year alone. They also must live and work on the most dangerous military installation in the United States. I'm Tan, Xena Vega and today and the takeaway for Thursday, December 10th look at how lawmakers air finally addressing systemic sexual assault and violence at the Army base also is recreational marijuana becomes big business. Look at how to get more black and brown Americans a piece of the profits it's been a combination. And above just being purposely left out based on the way the law's been written, but also culturally it being something that remains in the underground because of just the way it's prohibition is impacted our communities and will round out the show talking to actor Mary Holland about the holiday season comedy and her newest film, Happiest season for me, and I think a lot of people feel this way holiday movies become part of our tradition to take away we'll be right back after these headlines. Lie from NPR news. I'm Laxmi, saying an FDA advisory panel is now reviewing emergency use of the Fizer buying Tech Cove in 19 vaccine in the United States. NPR's Windsor Johnson reports. If the FDA votes to approve later today, the doses may be shipped out by this weekend. An FDA panel is reviewing the safety and effectiveness of the vaccine, a crucial step in the emergency use authorization process. Diran Think deputy director for clinical review in the agency's vaccine division, says the American public deserves a rigorous, comprehensive and independent review of the data. And that's what FDA positions and scientists all of us Career public health servant have been doing over days night weekend and yet over the Thanksgiving holiday, the FDA is decision comes as the coronavirus surges across the country. The U. S has recorded more than 15 million cases and nearly 300,000 deaths from Cove in 19. Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Regulators in Germany are now investigating Facebook over its decision to require that users of its latest Oculus virtual reality product sign up with the social network. Facebook's also facing legal action in the U. S, involving the Federal Trade Commission and dozens of U. S states and territories over alleged antitrust violations. York attorney general, the teacher, James tells NPR. The suit's not just about Facebook's acquisition of Instagram and WhatsApp. There are a number of companies that they have purchased over the years. Their objective was to maintain their monopoly power and to limit options for their users. Facebook has argued that the FTC previously scrutinized the acquisitions of what's happened, Instagram and Did not try to block them. Separately, Facebook says it has resolved problems some users encountered in trying to send messages via Instagram Messenger and its office collaboration service Workplace. Reuters reports that one out of tracking website found that earlier in the day more than 5000 people were affected. Minneapolis City Council has unanimously approved a 2021 budget that includes nearly $8 million in cuts to the city's police department. Here's Minnesota Public Radio's Brandt Williams. Money is a small portion of the department's nearly $180 million budget. But council members say it moves the city closer towards transforming the public safety system. However, the plan to move dollars out of the MPD and into non law enforcement based crime prevention programs and initiatives is not popular with everyone. Hundreds of residents have testified during public hearings, saying it doesn't make sense to curb resource is to the police Department during an ongoing crime wave. Others argued traditional policing doesn't prevent crime and too often claims the lives of African Americans like George Floyd, who was killed by Minneapolis police officer Here. Jacob Fry has five days to either sign or veto the budget. Brent Williams reporting. This is NPR. And this is W when my C in New York I'm Shawn Carlson. A federal judge has denied a request from the New York State Court Officers Union to temporarily close the courts on the grounds that officers were not given adequate protections from Cove. It The court shut down from most business in March and then reopened in late June firm or in person proceedings. Officers were instructed to take the temperatures of people entering the buildings, but the union claimed its members were not medically trained. It didn't have the right protective equipment. And ask the judge to temporarily closed the courts and order the state to require more safety measures, including extra Plexi glass barriers. But the judge said federal oversight would be too intrusive on state court operations and that the state needed flexibility to respond to the public health situation. Investigators say the New York City Housing Authority violated federal lead abatement regulations for at least five years. None of the authorities let abatement jobs wherever supervised by certified lead supervisor between 2013 and 2018, and according to the city's Department of Investigation, the pro began after whistle blower employed by the authorities said he was pressured toe falsely signed paperwork for work. He did not oversee. A spokeswoman for the public housing system says they've cooperated with the investigation and made quote significant systemic changes to its lead abatement program. More than 79,000. People in New York, New Jersey, apply for unemployment last week. That's an increase from the week before, the U. S. Department of Labor says over 63,000. People in New York filed claims 38% increase more than 15,000 people did so in New Jersey, a 17% increase More than 850,000 people nationwide file for unemployment last week that is up from the previous week. 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"william money" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"william money" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Think deputy director for clinical review in the agency's vaccine division, says the American public deserves a rigorous, comprehensive and independent review of the data. And that's what FDA positions and scientists all of US career public health servants have been doing over days nights, weekends and yes, over the Thanksgiving holiday. The FDA is decision comes as the coronavirus surges across the country. The U. S has recorded more than 15 million cases. And nearly 300,000 deaths from Cove in 19, Windsor Johnston. NPR NEWS Washington Regulators in Germany are now investigating Facebook over its decision to require that users of its latest Oculus virtual reality product sign up with the social network. Facebook's also facing legal action in the U. S, involving the Federal Trade Commission and dozens of U. S states and territories over alleged antitrust violations. York attorney general, the teacher, James tells NPR. The suit's not just about Facebook's acquisition of Instagram and WhatsApp. There are a number of companies that they have purchased over the years. Their objective was to maintain their monopoly power and to limit options for their users. Facebook has argued that the FTC previously scrutinized the acquisitions of what's happened Instagram and did not try to block them. Separately, Facebook says it has resolved problems some users encountered in trying to send messages via Instagram Messenger and its office collaboration service Workplace. Reuters reports that one out of tracking website found that earlier in the day more than 5000 people were affected. Minneapolis City Council has unanimously approved a 2021 budget that includes nearly $8 million in cuts to the city's police department. Here's Minnesota Public Radio's Brandt Williams. Money is a small portion of the department's nearly $180 million budget. But council members say it moves the city closer towards transforming the public safety system. However, the plan to move dollars out of the MPD and into non law enforcement based crime prevention programs and initiatives is not popular with everyone. Hundreds of residents have testified during public hearings, saying it doesn't make sense to curb resource is to the police department during an ongoing crime wife. Others argued traditional policing doesn't prevent crime and too often claims the lives of African Americans like George Floyd, who was killed by Minneapolis police officer You're Jacob Fry has five days to either sign or veto the budget. Brent Williams reporting this Is NPR Live from KQED News. I'm Brian What? Good afternoon, San Francisco's top public health official is pleading with residents to change their behavior in order to turn around an alarming trend of rising cove in 19 cases. San Francisco's health director, Dr Grant Colfax. Cheaper ones. We have one chance to try on this serious surge around and that chance is right now. The window is narrowing and closing fast. Colfax describes the current surge as the worst to date. Hospitals in San Francisco are expected to run out of intensive care unit beds by December, 27th..

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"william money" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

15:16 min | 1 year ago

"william money" Discussed on KCRW

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"william money" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"william money" Discussed on WSB-AM

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"william money" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"william money" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Jones right away sixteen percent no one was only preseason fifty seven percent I'm getting there seventeen percent it's all about Sam Donald ten percent ever talking about Daniel Jones we do have to mention Sam Donald new coach this year Adam gase new GM in Douglas new defensive coordinator one Greg Williams money of plan new hierarchy with the jets and Donald came out much like Daniel Jones one possession Patrick my homes last night touchdown Kansas city one possession he came out and he looked right through a couple long pass to the kid that I really like this tight end out of Miami I keep telling folks he's going to be the best tennis and football if he stays out of trouble second year for the Miami hurricanes he catches a long pass and not only don't possession and Donald hits the newcomer on the Washington Redskins in new spot starter Jamison Crowder not once but twice including a touchdown I think Jamison Crowder is going to be a great pick up for the jets so Sam don't look right on Thursday night just you know the jets your next preseason game is in Atlanta to see more of Sam Donald Thursday night and the giants will host the Chicago Bears coming up on Friday and I will for the first time in fifteen years for the first time in fifteen years I will be a giant camp on Tuesday last time I was there Eli manning was a kid Tom comp plan was the new coach of the giants had just replaced Jim bustle I was hosting the mid day show on WFAN with job in Ingle I have not been to China camp since of course I spent twelve years in Miami that was part of the problem but I'll be there Tuesday interviewing head coach Pat Shurmur and I think one of the two quarterbacks as well will use our Bernie and said we'll use it here and of course on the brand new website which I'm very proud of WABC radio dot com that's W. A. B. C..

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"william money" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

04:00 min | 3 years ago

"william money" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"The my my issue with the the Laker cabin is there's no one there who on this. Nobody. So, you know, the coaching search go to tie Lou that makes sense Divon the way organization is being run. And that. They basically decided Ropley is going to stay in charge. So given this current structure to me clearing. We make sense. But if it was up to me, and it's obviously not I would be advocating the Lakers make more TV money than anyone. Get a big check and throw it after our seat throat in our view for throat at Sam presi throw it up. Bob myers. Maybe they all say, no. But go after one of the heavy hitters in this league. And try they need a proven leader to come in for everyone that organization to fall behind. That's what they need most. But that's not what they wanna do. That's not the approach they wanna take. But I firmly believe along with Dave and everyone else you've said it. That's what they should be doing. They're the Lakers. You saw Philadelphia. Philadelphia wasn't successful. But last summer what it Philly. Do. They got permission to make a run at Bob Myers with the warriors and Darryl more with rocket. They actually got permission. And courted both of those guys very quietly, but they did it understand. The Lakers aren't doing the thing. All right, Mark. Here's a conspiracy theory, and I love ridiculous conspiracy theories as to why they haven't hired Tyler yet. And I want you react to it. Tyler was fired six games into his stint with Cleveland last year. So he still technically on the Cavs payroll. In other words, Dan Gilbert is paying Tyler do right now today the Lakers. You think they're gonna hire Lou Mason. I think they're gonna hire everybody thinks they're gonna hire Lou. The Lakers are in. No hurry because they hired Byron Scott in August. They could do that with tie and let Dan Gilbert pay him for another two months. Could it be that simple? No, I really don't buy that one at all look, the I think I I think tiny ganglion Brad journal reported in the time, and I've heard the same. I mean, the talks opened over the weekend the contract talks already did start. So why would the Lakers opened the Goshi eighth? And then, you know, wait till July August, hire someone. I don't believe that's the case the talks. Are underway based on everything I've been told and look at her. I thought the Lakers were slow playing this Shirley from Shirley because of an optics issue. They don't want it to make it look like they're just gonna snap tie. Lou five seconds after money. Williams has a deal in Phoenix because they don't wanna make tie looked like their second choice. And I frankly, believe them I believe the Lakers on that point. I do not believe that they offered the job of Mani William money Williams. Pick the sons over the Lakers. I don't believe that to be the case. I do believe that initially the Lakers wanted to go slow because they wanted to avoid that perception. But look negotiations negotiations, and the fact that there isn't a deal yet makes me think that. They're still negotiating then how far along they are. You know, I don't know that I can't sit here and tell you that I know that. But you know, I would have thought the Lakers would have a coach by this week. And when they almost coming on. So so Mark you talked about the I think John called some of the council of elders. What what do you call them the cabinet? We're going to count the cabinet. What what hole does rob Pelinka have on everybody? I mean, I think generally speaking an awful lot of basketball people look around Palinka, and they say, well doesn't have a lot of experience doesn't mean he can't be part of the answer..

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"william money" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

KTKR 760AM

12:05 min | 3 years ago

"william money" Discussed on KTKR 760AM

"On one in the Fox Sports. Welcome back to the rich Eisen show. Not just to the audience. But then the man to my right who is joined the line of SNL alums who have left the show to create his own world of bigger and better the EMMY award winning actor from the hit HBO show, Barry which can be seen right after game of thrones Sunday nights at ten pm eastern time. Bill Hader, good to see you surf the event, by the way. Nice spot for for the show right after right? In between between the last seasons of giving Vive. It's kind of a great, by the way. That's that's good stuff. Yeah. Would you have to pay off to do that sort of now? I just I remember they kind of just HBO just kind of told us that in the most nonchalant way. They're like, yes, you guys are going to be airing here, and it'll be like a game of thrones veep blesses au show, and then they kept talking about something else. And right Allie Bergen relate what? That works. Excuse me. What are we to that is? Yes, yes. Yes. Yes. Yeah. I know. And you were just saying that our next episode of Barry. Yeah zone. Five is crazy. Yeah. We have episode coming up. I don't wanna ruin anything. People didn't see last week's. Right. It ended on this kind of twist berry has to go do this thing. And it's the episodes pretty insane. So we're excited because next week's game of thrones is going to be amazing to right. Oh, two. Good jets. What happens when you roll? Right. That's how it works. That's how it works. Well, again, let's get into this a little bit here. So Barry is a hit man. Who's trying to get away from that world by the coming an actor and the world will not let him. Yeah. Do it. And it is just amazing. The show is truly amazing. You're great in it. Where did it come from? Why did you choose this? As a show for you to do. Well, after I had finished their Night Live, I moved to LA, and I took a bunch of meetings, and I went into HBO, and they said, well, what do you wanna do? And I love his love HBO. I loved the show with you guys. And do you have any idea? And I was like, no. I don't have an idea. Right. And they said, well is there anybody who like and I had and my agent he reps Alec burden and ally Bergen I'd met briefly. And I was like why love Alec Berg? And they said, we'll get great. Well, why don't you get together with him? So we sat down he was writing Silicon Valley. Right. And we would meet for breakfast fresh off of curb your enthusiasm. And then he was doing Silicon Valley. So before he would go in the writer's room Silicon Valley once a week he would have breakfast with me down the street from the writer's room, and we talk ideas and after about a month and a half we were getting frustrated because everything was kinda slice of life. And I go I'd like to have something that has like real stakes to it. I saw the biggest day so life and death. And I said what if I played a hitman and ally. Clint no, I hate hitman. He's like there's more. He's he's a hitman dogcatcher. It's like it's like a thing that's in movies more than they are in real life. They sure so he was like, no it's not to hitman. And then I was like nobody's gonna be me. And he was like, oh that could be funny. It's us like a, you know, like new being yourself. And and then very quickly. We thought what if he was an act he wanted to be an actor. I don't know why we're like, what are we took an acting class to learn how to be a human being right because all this murder, and we kinda like like, you know, the William money from unforgiven or Travis Bickel tried to find salvation redemption through the people waiting for guffman. What if he got with those people and try to learn how to behave again because all these years of murdering people, and what it's done to his soul anything. And what if he can that was his therapy and a way of feeling that he could be somehow redeemed through art? I was gonna ask you who who your character? I guess was based on in previous pop culture worlds, and so Willie money who's. Yeah. He's would from on forgiven, which is like the perfect western that old school. Western people might hear that and think otherwise I love. That movie ally. Tonight went inside and the eater while we're writing the no criticism yet played they played it again at the I pick and Westwood, and we gotta go, and we went we walked down. We're like, yeah. I think we could do that. But with a lot of jokes. Let's do that tone, but with jokes, and and so yeah. And especially this season if you late, you know, taxi driver that that tax driver unforgiven thing is very evident through this season. You know that comparison or whatever. Well, the comparison I have I got Bill Hader here on the rich Eisen show. The comparison for me is Walter white. Yeah. From breaking bad, and and not because it's a nice guy who breaks bad because of circumstances. It's because on occasion, I'm watching your character. I'm rooting for you one minute. And the next minute. I am just like this bastard. I can't as awful, right? He just some awful things that when it comes to it. Like, where's the nice guy? The nice sensibility of the guy who wants to get out of that world, but keeps on making choices to stay in it, even though sometime the choices are so awful. Yeah. We were talking about that where it was the breaking good type thing bag is going to be good. Yeah. That was one. Someone said that article, and I was like, oh, yeah. I mean. Indefinitely breaking bad. I was a big fan of that show like the idea of trying to keep two worlds separate. But this guy thinking, a what is this all I'm good at you know, where you know, a lot of those shows what I loved about breaking bad and sopranos. It was almost like this wish fulfillment of lake you could relate so well to these people, right? You could relate to them. And they'd be like, what if you know, I was in a dead job and everything, and you know, what if I just became a drug dealer made a bunch of money, and you know, that idea and I am Alec. I talked about that. And I go what I've seen that. And it's been done. So well, you know, this could be like the opposite of that of a guy who's so bad that he's trying to get into and find some sort of redemption, another another Scorsese movie would be talked about was raging bowl. You know? It's like that feeling of redemption of like, this guy is just is not a very good guy. Right. You know, trying to find some sort of. Of hope or glimmer in of and the idea that he's a very self aware of how bad he is, you know, and trying to, you know, just like, you know, this idea that I was put on this earth to kill people. Right. Only thing I'm good at is killing people. Like, the only thing I'm naturally good. At is that I hope that's not it. That's not my lot in life. So it's comedy. Really? We're talking about deep stuff. Bill Hader here on the rich Eisen show. And and a lot of the comedy does come from a lot of the the acting classes and shoes as the acting coach to cast Henry Winkler who won also. Yeah. For his is one of the nicest guys in the world. What was it like when he walked in? Did you audition him read for us? He came in and read, and I was like, you know, you go into the casting office. And there's a bunch of guys, you know, with script pages decides ready to go, and there's Henry Winkler. And I'm like, you know, you didn't know he was coming in. I we talked about him. Right. Am I casting director Sherry Thomas? And I said, you know, who'd be great for Kouchner's, Henry Winkler. But I didn't know he was going to read necessarily is going to be like a meeting when he came in. I was so nervous. Alec. And I both were just like so star struck by him. And then he was awesome. And then we did the terrible thing that. You know, you do to actors you you were great. Can you come in and read again, I wrote a new scene for us to do. And Henry was like you just give me. Fonzie for crying. You wanna talk about television comedy TV? He's ready to that's the first image television. I can remember as a kid was Fonzie. Right. And yeah, I mean any does it. Sometimes he'll talk about something that he'll go into Fonzie for a second come on. And I'll go. Alec. Berg was behind me. He was talking about something and find in Fonzie Henry was like, oh, we couldn't leave. He goes me and Ron Howard. And some of the guys from the show we were trying to leave a we did a signing trying to leave this mall in Dallas and people wouldn't let us through. So he's like I came out his funds, you know, eight, but like the Red Sea they said he did that when he did it. I it is. Now, a burger was behind me. And Alec is not the most guy like an eloquent. Oh my God. You forget Bonzi. So he did it and we all. Can you believe that we were like two little kids? You know, just disappointed that he doesn't actually turn on the lights might just hitting a wall. Yeah. I know we were shooting a scene of really emotional scene this season. And I was directing Henry, and it's really rough scene for him. And and in the middle of it. I'm kind of again, it's like what we were just doing talking about the darkness of whatever. And he turned looks around. And he goes, you know, this is the stage. We are paramount stage nineteen he was this is where we did happy days. I was like, wait. What am I our camera operator is like, wait what? Boom guy. Why this happy days he was like happy days, and we're like, well, wait, and we just everything stopped. And we were like where where was where where was it jukebox? And he just took us on a little. Yeah. And the whole thing stopped we stopped shooting, we stopped doing everything. So yeah, the jukebox would be here. And then and then why when he was just explained everything, and I my head was exploding where Tom Bosley craft service table. Tom with yellow. This is now I don't know. I that's not saying oh, man. Bill Hader here on the rich Eisen show, your favorite character. You did on us and L would be what if you could just like wave one and say, I'll go back veasley, they haven't you back all the time now. But if you could mean do it again, a lot of favorite ones, I love doing the Vincent Price specials. Vincent Price Keith Morrison. The dateline just read anything from him, and it would just creepy. Yeah. He said something it was it's not this is something like a guy. He says like say your dad got shot in the face. Wow. That must have been why. Oh. So it's not right. I must have been why right in finding. Where did Vincent Price? Come from. Like, this is a big Vincent Price fan. And then I did around the table your own now. And I talked about it. Right. And we decided to do it. And and for thanksgiving is like this weird thanksgiving special. I remember right before I came out to do it. Lori Michaels goes I it was my third or fourth show. I was terrified and he went I like this. But why now? Why? Now, do we do Vincent Price?.

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"william money" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"william money" Discussed on Unspooled

"Wait, like, it's not like the old dirty Harry version of many think everyone wants to see it. I think people thought like all grand jury. No, he's gonna go and to it. It's like it's like the dude bro version of we talked about with like Karen Kasama who director destroyer, and what Lynne Ramsay did in like you never really here. It's like adding a little bit of like a dramatic weight to it is, but it's like through his eyes and everything that we know of Clinton's. But I don't know. It's interesting that he I think is calling out the bullshit of of Hollywood like everything after his movies rejection of traditional Hollywood, it's true. And I will say like I one hundred percent do not feel. I'll guilty about taking the piss out of his films, but I do respect his discipline air and to me those are two separate channels of appreciation or criticism for what he does. I wonder how much of his de glamorization of the west comes from the fact that he was one of those people who was on John Wayne Speedo, we're John Wayne was like when he made win a Clinton aide, high plains drifter, John Wayne wrote him letter, and he was like that isn't what the west was about that isn't our American people who settled this country at I wonder if like there's a touch of clinics for being like, you can't tell me about America, you weren't even there either. Like, we're both just making this up. Well, and you know, what's great about Clint Eastwood is he subverts the tropes of the western right away in the beginning by creating the more violent western like, so John Wayne is doing these films where you can't show, you know, people getting shot on camera. He goes to Italy to work with Leoni Leoni doesn't know these rules. So he's showing bloody showing people get shot point blank range and Clint Eastwood's like I knew these rules, and I just didn't tell him because I thought it'd be more fun. So. Here. He is first subverting it in a way that we heard from John Wayne last week, you know, violence if it's not dignified. It's not good. So first of all he blows up the western just by like introducing violence, and then that character kind of carries over into Harry. And then he kinda wraps it all up at the end. You know, he kind of reinvents the western twice yell at I think would really surprise Sergio Leoni himself. It'd be like Leoni said this about Clint Eastwood he said that he has to expressions with or without ahead. That he would go forth in reshape the Jonah and reshape Dijon Ronan shape. The genera you I was playing his game. When I was rerouted and some of this movie. I was like, oh, I could imagine Kiana is giving this exact same line delivery for most of everything that Clint Eastwood does in the film, you know, because he doesn't tend to put any sort of emotion into his words, you just kind of corrects the volume a little bit, right? But that's also sort of who he is like, I mean, this is John wick again, we talk about the, you know, these these movies that are doing very well for us, the take ins and John wicks are plays on traditional western things in it. I would argue, you know, without the karate. There's a lot of similarities between John wick and William money, you know, to a certain degree. I just went to a guy who's living in this house. I'm done. I'm so done that I've buried my guns under something. Dad? Why? Yeah. No. I mean, don't I mean, there's a lot of there's a lot of stuff that you can see a direct line to to. But if you will forgive me, I do just want to play like at least a snippet of Clinton monologue to refresh ourselves as to how he gives lines in. Fame Ned Claudia. She's straight me up cleared me, drinking, whiskey and all. Just because we're going on this kill in that domain..

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"william money" Discussed on Unspooled

Unspooled

04:23 min | 3 years ago

"william money" Discussed on Unspooled

"I mean, it does the Justice of kind of poking fun at the traditional arc types of the western. But also telling a traditional western film as well. Okay. I'll stick your hand. Let's do a handshake on get the searches the list get blazing saddles on reading to that. Yeah. Here we go. That's that's a good. We we. Hedgehogs are not the most audible high fives. Definitely. And then before we get into unforgiven. I want to ask you a question. This is from Mike seventy nine P. And he writes, I'm starting to think the Pauline kill was a bad critic. Here's a few movies. She gave bad reviews to vertigo raiders of the lost ark two thousand and one stand by me superman, the movie Bladerunner raging bull CASA Blanca and a clockwork orange. It's a lot of classic American films. I know you love Pauling kale. I love reading her writing. Discuss. Well, Mike, seventy nine PM. I think I'm a bad critic too. Because I don't like some of the movies on that list part. I do have some those superman the movie is great. But maybe the ideas that you can be a good critic. But you don't have to love everything that everyone else loves I think, you know, what I like in your writing. And what I've even enjoyed them. Palling kale's writing is she makes really interesting points. And a lot of the times, it's not a slam against the film, it she's talking about things at work and things that don't work. And you know, it's the way that she viewed this thing, it's true. I mean, Pauline kell definitely never saw criticism as public service as don't go waste your money and buying a ticket to this which honestly I feel the same way about to. I would love for people to see any movie that I like right about even if I'm trashing it because then we can talk about it. Right. So she's not saying don't waste your money or kill that movie. Or boycott that movie she's saying, let's have a conversation. She's starting a conversation. And now. I wanna start at one more conversation with you last week, we asked who would you rather have in your posse? We watched John Wayne movie last week, we watch a Clint Eastwood movie this week, Amy. I want you to think about that. I know my answer. But now, let's hear what our listeners thought about who they wanted in their posse leader of my posse would be Clint Eastwood, I feel that he just has that quiet steely demeanor that would help get the job done. I would have to go with. Clint Eastwood seems like he's still kicking ass sort of even if he's on his way out my Paci has to be Clint Eastwood because he'll probably ring invisible Barack Obama with him. And we can all have an interesting conversation. If you pay Clint and didn't betray him. He would follow you the hell, whereas John Wayne, I think I think he his personality just seemed a little too Radic. And you seem like he was gonna be doing things his way. I would definitely have to choose John Wayne to lead up high posse because to Clint Eastwood movie Clint Eastwood, probably the only one getting out alive, and I would probably end up dying and to shot, very violent me. And I don't have to worry about that. And John Wayne, so yes, I would choose John Wayne for the leader of my bus because I think he would be more focused and reliable. Whereas I think Clint Eastwood would be trying to sleep with somebody. Client. Some good answers there. Amy who do you want your posse? I'm thanking gene wilder. Gene wilder rugged. I won't cleave on little. No. If I had to pick between John Wayne and Clint Eastwood, I think I'm picking Clint Eastwood, I think as a cowboy he is much more menacing. I would not want to be on the other side of a gun from Clint Eastwood, I just feel like never underestimate him. Even as we're gonna find out today as William money, the guy still got the goods, even though he was a little bit older than the Cowboys missile. The year is nineteen Ninety-two. Bill Clinton becomes the president the Washington Redskins win the Super Bowl the top songs. I will always love you by Whitney Houston. The first nicotine patches introduced to help stop smoking and DNA fingerprinting is invented. It's the last year that both the winter and summer Olympic Games shared the same year. And the spinner hubcap was invented by James JD..

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"william money" Discussed on Unspooled

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03:50 min | 3 years ago

"william money" Discussed on Unspooled

"We're buying the stories in front of the camera. And I think it has to work at least on that level. It makes me wanna revisit high noon because as we get. Further away from it. I kind of I maybe misjudged that I talked about that a couple times. But because I think there's some of that works so much better in that film, then here, and that's a movie that also subverts traditional western tropes, and they both open with us on that sort of sets up. Oh, yes story eater. Like, here's everything that's going to happen in high news here. The opening of the searchers basically flat out says what makes a man right away. It's telling you what the endings gonna be what makes him right away at the end. What makes them not able to stay put? In the heat of the night has that same kind of opening song. It doesn't like lay it all out. But you know, and then we see how it all influence Will Smith to do the men in black songs while while west. Paul since you brought up rivers. Have you heard the Rapin Duke? No, it is a very very early very early like nineteen eighty two hip hop saw done in the John Wayne. Wait a second. Let's just skip. Let's. This girl Bill party over here party over there enough of that. No. Skulls. Goals. Even I'm glad I never heard about that. I should never heard about that. Sorry. Sorry to everyone who had the air. Amy. Let's roll the die to get. It is sixty eight sixty eight is. So. This is interesting to me because here's the thing. We have the die is cursed. Six eight is unfair given which we have been talking about in this thing, which I have not even thought about until I saw this movie. So the die has brought us to sixty eight. Now, I know there's going to be a lot of conspiracy theory out there. But I'm gonna tell you that this is not we have not faked this dice roll that is sixty eight is unforgiven the die is creating a story. And by the way, I would argue the Di's already creating a story within the heat of the night into the searchers into this all of these films make story all star. Maybe that's just because they all are intricate. This is crazy. We have to westerns in a row. This is this is this is good. That's really do really commit to the western. I love it unforgiven. And if you don't know him forgiven, take a listen to the trailer. My guess is. You're calling yourself Mr. William money, say what? You look no meaner than hell co but damn killer. I like that. Dollars war will. Nobody's gonna come to that Spencer rifle. Some legends will never be forgotten. Some wrongs can never be forgiven. They mad don't wanna get killed at a clear on the back. Forgiven? All right. So as you're getting ready to watch unforgiving we want you to call into the show next week. You have to get a posse. Together. Someone has kidnapped someone that you loved, and you gotta go after who you picking John Wayne or Clint Eastwood NY, what do you think they bring to the table when you're forming your posse, and you know, what if you want to add someone else that pasta, you can who's gonna be your lead your lead? Man, if going gonna be John Wayne Clint Eastwood or maybe Sharon Stone from the dead who knows? So give us a call..

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