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Fresh "Willis" from AP 24 Hour News
"A year in which we were all locked down, confined in our homes in our communities in our cities. Nearly three million people made a run for it, leaving their homes because of war, violence, persecution and human rights violations. A U. N official says. Many people who want to leave their home countries cannot but will as soon as borders reopen. He thinks some of them will come to the U. S. Brown bear on the loose in Sapporo, Japan, has been shot and killed after wounding for people, disrupting flights at an airport this morning and wandering into a military camp. This is a P news. Juneteenth. The new national holiday is tomorrow. June 19th It commemorates the end of slavery in the U. S. A historian who pushed to make Juneteenth and official state holiday in Massachusetts is celebrating now that it's a federal holiday as well. Our saga. Amangani has this I am overjoyed Amilcar Shabbas that U mass. Amherst says it's a holiday his ancestors created. But it's just the first installment toward righting the wrongs of slavery. Juneteenth as a national holiday opens the door. What follows is what we have to now push for, He says The next step must be reparations for slavery along with addressing racism and police brutality. Soccer Megane Washington Most federal government workers will observe the holiday today because it falls on a Saturday this year. D C in several states have closed their offices today to mark the holiday. I'm Rita Foley. AP News To show you how easy it is to file a claim with Geico. We hired a Shakespearean actor. Oh, woe is me. Wherefore claims help when I had his defender Benda part of the interruption, But when you file a claim with Geico, your claims team will be in touch right away. But Willis they forget about me later, when thou neediest updates. Um no, They'll always be.
Fresh "Willis" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"It got final approval yesterday, making possession of up to announce and a half of marijuana legal in Connecticut. As of July. 1st 903 is our time right now, let's get to our traffic check with burning Brighter Morning, Rachel. Good morning. Unfortunately, we have a bad crash on the IAEA, Nassau County on the eastbound side. All lanes are subject to closure between exit 37 Willis Avenue exit 30. Eight serious crash there. The right shoulder is squeezing by on occasion. It's also causing some westbound curiosity slowdowns as you travel into Willis Avenue, then wakes up on still busy to Hillside Avenue. That crash has been there for a long time. 80 responded. Paterson inclusion by exit 58 27 South on Still about a 30 minute delay into exit 14 in Bridgewater with a tractor trailer fire on that stretch of roadway. This report is sponsored by a Rush Limbaugh The man Behind the Golden E I. B Microphone Catch the latest episode of Rush Limbaugh, the man behind The golden EIB microphone, a new podcast hosted by James Golden, that takes you behind the scenes for a look at the man who changed America as we know it on I Heart radio or wherever you listen to podcast Presented by tunnel to Towers Foundation, our next traffic updates in 15 minutes on 77 w O R Do your part to reduce waste and recycle right when shopping in person. Bring a reusable bag. Recycle right by keeping plastic bags, phone containers and rechargeable batteries out of your recycling..
Fresh "Willis" from Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning
"Some of the candidates are probably not paying attention. Because they're proposing things that are already in existence. It is 703 in time for our check on traffic. Let's see what trouble is. Here's Bernie Fighter. Morning, Bernie. Hey, Joe. Good morning. If you're traveling on the southern state westbound into exit 43 for 1 11 over in Central, I slip There is a crash there, causing some slow traffic. The westbound l I e is going to be busy by Glen Cole wrote into Willis Avenue and winter into Queens Delays van Wyk into Woodhaven Boulevard, moving things over to the Bruckner on the westbound side by the Sheridan. You still have only one lane getting by the said emergency construction project. It's been there for a while. Now Route 46 Neck. Kong is closed eastbound as you head into Main Street, That's all because of a crash. This report is sponsored by Rush Limbaugh. The man Behind the Golden E I. B Microphone Catch the latest episode of Rush Limbaugh, the Man Behind the Golden EIB microphone, a new podcast hosted by James Golden. That takes you behind the scenes for a look at the man who changed America as we know it on I Heart Radio or wherever you listen to podcast presented by Tunnel to Towers Foundation, Our next traffic updates in 15 minutes and 7 10 W O. R for many summers the times you hit the pool, the beach or the road and head on vacation, but for couples struggling with infertility You're waiting to make those memories the baby of their own, where some using an egg donor is their only option. So for a limited time,.
Fresh update on "willis" discussed on Wendell's World & Sports
"On pumped. I'm excited a rip roaring ready to go do hurt. Thank you very much more albert. Thank you very much. Tnt you just heard the highlights and epic unbelievable magnificent almost historical performance by kevin durant tuesday. Night game five against the milwaukee bucks durant forty nine points. Seventeen rebounds ten assists leading the brooklyn nets back into the lead into the eastern conference semifinals with a one fourteen one. Oh wait come from behind victory over. The milwaukee bucks gained five the best game. Five play babysit reggie miller and spike lee got into it way back in the nineties. Patrick ewing no those guys in that eastern conference semifinals. One that espn to the thirty for thirty four the game five performance in the nba finals against the new york. Knicks and the los angeles lakers back in one. Thousand nine hundred. Seventy when willis reed got injured. And then the knicks fall behind and then. All of a sudden when willis reed. It's out they staged that unbelievable comeback to win game five. It was right up there. In terms of excitement it was right up there in terms of the importance of his right up there in terms. Of what the brooklyn nets. Were doing far as the team of professional basketball team in basketball. The electricity excitement that that basketball team brought to new york city. The feel still getting people still getting fans back into the galena. Everything just came into play and it was off the chain. It was off the hook. And we have kevin durant to thank for along with jeff green similarly with blake griffin but the main star of the show kevin durant played all forty eight minutes shot. Sixteen twenty three from the field for a seven for the three point line and forty eight minutes forty eight minutes forty eight minutes katy at twenty points in the fourth quarter made a ridiculous shot clock one and down better lebron similar shelley into golden state warriors in the playing game three pointer with fifty seconds left in the nets protecting a one point. Lead shot clock running down. James harden wasting the possession games the ball to launch fade launch. A long three pointer top of the key extended bingo. Awesome in the crowd went crazy. The crowd would nuts. Durant became the first player to have at least forty five points fifteen rebounds and tennis system playoff games. Do they met you before the this guy missing entire season the year before because of the phillies tear. I mentioned that kevin durant played with thirty to thirty five games less than half of the regular season games this season because of a myriad of injuries and maintenance issues did i did. I mention that. I talk about that night. Even did we even that the world even did you even basketball fans even sports fans even mentioned kevin durant before this game when we were speaking about as a right now. Twenty twenty one year. Twenty twenty one. Who was the best player in the nba. We speak about. I speak about you. Speak about anybody who knows basketball. Speaks about the wave of really young talented players that we have coming into the league. That right now is establishing themselves. We talk about the foreign imports..
2021 NBA Playoff & Finals Preview Special (Part 1) ft. NBA Insider Ron Obasi (Ball & Buds Podcast Episode #15)
"Gonna talk a little bit. Lebron some nets you know. We're going to talk all that good stuff so the nba has been really wild. This season right. We've seen a lot of different teams. Come up like the knicks and a playoff team. They got julius randle. And derrick rose. Nick reduce the things you know. So they got the same record as the lakers. How crazy if twenty twenty one different. Wow we're going to play off. How do you feel about the season overall. Definitely some unexpected things Defending champs not being dominated this you injuries on the knicks avenue surprise only causing history. Usually say that there. S shit you. But but they're not as but you know the comes down to of greeting. When was the last time they want championship. I was like the sixties. Wasn't it like willis reed over the years. And they're supposed to be a premier franchise. Let me look at the notre quick to last time they won was in nineteen seventy three. Oh my goodness. That's almost fifty years ago. Knicks some trash and they only have to. How are they considered a premier franchise with two championships. Do we overlooked. This has every. Nba fan overlooked considering them premier because they play madison square garden. I'll just be kermit sipping my seventeen championship. T banh new york. You feel me like always better when you have never lost in la affluent. That's why i never expect seems to be trusted because the knicks have been transfer very long so happy not market drafted will. You wouldn't think they did. It also had to do with the front office putting ratio worldwide west. And leon rose there now. They've been putting together a good squad. I mean julius randle no one ever thought he was going to really blow up like this without. He pretty much reached the ceiling at this point but he has shown another level. So do you think you'd be began without people. Really saying every nominee i think is the most improved. Yes yes m or day. Inner jerry grows looking
2 Dead in Synagogue Bleacher Collapse in Israel
"David Willis. We stay in Israel, where At least two people have died off the temporary seating at a crowded synagogue in the occupied West Bank collapsed. It's the second deadly accident at a Jewish religious gathering in the country in a matter of weeks. Gareth Barlow has the details This incident happened is people were celebrating the Jewish holidays shove water in about 650 Ultra Orthodox worshipers have gathered in this synagogue in Seti's CCTV footage shows them start on rape, seating and all of a sudden in a split instant the back half of that seating just plunges to the ground. People on it disappeared from view. Those on the front of the seating sent tumbling forwards and we know that in that moment, two people lost their lives around 100 and 70 people injured. This took place in this synagogue, which were led to believe in by the police and authorities was under construction, and local authorities say that they had warned the organizer's that it was unsafe and that the event took place despite permits not being given. Benjamin Netanyahu, The Israeli prime minister, has said that he's praying for those injured. Local police have blamed negligence for this and say that arrests will be made. I think it's important to note that this no link being made between any of the conflict that was seeing in the region, but this does come just over two weeks after 45 people lost their lives in a crusher. Religious festival in northern Israel. Both of these events was supposed be celebrations festivals and they turned into tragedies and this is surely going to post questions for the organizer's and
Prosecutor Plans to Seek Death Penalty in Atlanta-Area Spa Shootings
"Trouble team Traffic 95.5 WSB WSB Fulton Fulton County County D D A A will will seek seek the the death death penalty penalty in in the the Atlanta Atlanta spot spot Shootings, Shootings, long long has has now now been been indicted indicted on on murder murder charges charges in in Fulton Fulton County County District District Attorney Attorney Funny. Funny. Willis Willis says says she's she's also also going going to to seek seek hate hate crime charges and the death penalty. WSB legal expert Phil Holloway prosecutors going to have to prove to a jury satisfaction that what we call statutory special circumstances apply. And there's a long list of those basically, death penalty is reserved for the worst of the worst type murders in Holloway says he does expect Cherokee County will likely also seek the death
UK: drinkers hit the pub after midnight as restrictions eased
"Some pubs in England welcome back customers in the early hours of Monday morning S. coronavirus restrictions were eased all three turn one light and Genentech USA have your first drink they come down in the town of Pixley heat outside London wasted no time in getting their drinks as they waited outside counting down the seconds to be allowed the first sips of a pub drink in nearly four months tough measures have been in place in England since early January to suppress the surgeon coronavirus infections that swept the country late last year but now nonessential shops are allowed it to reopen along with hassles gyms and outdoor service at pubs and restaurants Britain has had Europe's Willis corona virus outbreak with more than one hundred twenty seven thousand confirmed deaths Charles the live as well London
Piney Point Evacuation Order Lifted Tuesday
"Water of Piney Point continues to leak that managed to county officials say the worst is over. Administrator Scott Hope says the evacuation order has been lifted and the danger of a major breach greatly reduced. This is very much under control now. The risk has been lesson to the point that people will be able to return to their homes. Well, water drinking water is safe for residents who are in the evacuation zone. Not everyone had the luxury of being able to leave. Word about the lifting of the evacuation order comes as a relief to residents like 85 year old Yoko Willis, who tells news Channel eight. I still can read my Bible and then I think of God. Afraid to God, he has residents in more than 300 homes can now return water quality testing is underway in Tampa Bay,
"willis" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Willis, the Indians pitching coach, watching on intently right now is ghost. Needs to throw a strike. 23. Oh, two cuts, Bert and he didn't you miss Low Ball four. And that loads the bases with nobody out and Jesse Winker coming to the plate Reds are up to nothing and a knopper to nitty toe. Really? Blast a big hole in this game. I think the key for someone that is not pitched the whole lot. Is understanding not what you do Good, because when things are going good, you're in a groove. You don't think about it. When you are in a spot. When you're not able to throw strikes. Do you panic or do you fall into a spot where you can understand? Okay, why am I Why am I throwing the ball down in the zone or up in the zone? First pitch, Mr Winker fastball, Ball one. We saw the balls down to Tyler Nay Quinn having a difficult time getting the ball over the plate now. The pitching coach is gonna head out to the mound. Carl Willis. I'm sure Carl was probably sitting in the dugout. He's trying to let Anthony figure it out on his own. But that's not coming. And once you get through two batters nay Quinn and cut Burt where you can't get the ball. You can't get the ball back in the zone. It's not as though he's wild all over the place. He's just A little bit too much to the plate too early, and it's causing to drive the ball down. The pitch is air over the plate there just low. You've got to stay back a little bit longer. You've got to keep those shoulders flush so you could get the ball, get on top of the ball and get it to the plate. And more of a fluid motion. It's to know right now on Jesse Winker, the mound conference adjourns. And there is no place to put Winker. Goes.
Five Willis Towers worth of office space is empty in downtown Chicago
"Chicago as a record amount of unused office space 21.4 million square feet. That's enough empty office space to fill about five Willis Towers and the Tribune reports. It could be even more in the coming years. Last year ended with 15.5% of downtown office space unleased, according to the commercial real estate firm CVR E that is up from close to 13% a year earlier, and the vacancy rate could climb to 18% by the end of next year. They've been slumps like that in the past, but no modern day precedent for what happens after a pandemic. Large sections of unwanted office space could drag down businesses like restaurants, bars and shops. Bob Kessler,
Racketeering law expert hired by metro Atlanta prosecutor investigating Trump call
"Funny Willis has enlisted a racketeering expert To help determine whether former President Trump and others tried to influence the November election Results in Georgia. John Lloyd previously helped will issues Georgia's RICO law to prosecute almost three dozen Atlanta public school officials involved in a cheating scandal. Current probe was sparked by a January 2nd phone call in which Trump used. Georgia's urged Georgia Secretary of state to find the votes he needed to overturn Joe Biden's victory. This is NPR news.
Fulton DA’s investigation into Trump heads to grand jury
"Fulton county prosecutors are expected to appear before a grand jury this week seeking subpoenas for documents and witnesses related to their investigation of former president donald trump and some of his top associates for possible election fraud. The atlanta journal constitution has learned legal. Experts are split as to whether there's a strong case to be made but most agreed trump's effort to overturn georgia's election results. Merit greater scrutiny. Vanni willis fulton's new district attorney has said she's prepared to follow the evidence wherever it leads. Some believe the recording of trump's january second phone call with georgia secretary of state. Brad ravensburger leaning on him to find the votes to reverse. Joe biden's win is grounds to move forward
Calls for New York Gov. Cuomo's resignation mount as 3rd accuser emerges
"The New York governor Andrew Cuomo, is facing growing pressure from fellow Democrats to resign after a third woman came forward to accuse him off making an unwanted sexual advance. Mr Cuomo was agreed to the opening of an independent inquiry into his actions, David Willis reports. 63 year old Andrew Cuomo is facing allegations from two of his former aides, one of whom is nearly 40 years. His junior. She claims that as well as making comments about her appearance The governor attempted to kiss her against her will. A third woman quoted by The New York Times has also come forward to claim that Mr Cuomo attempted to kiss her at a wedding reception only moments after they had been introduced. Sunday, he released a statement apologizing for comments made to the two former raids and claiming they were meant to be
1 dead, 11 injured in shootings in just over 12 hours in Atlanta
"At least a dozen people were shot including one fatally in atlanta during a slew of incidents. That happened in just over twelve hours. The violence began when a man wielding a knife was shot by an off-duty georgia state patrol trooper about five thirty pm saturday at a gas station and the final incident occurred sunday morning when three residents were injured when shots were fired at a home. This weekend shootings come as police and city leaders strive to find solutions. After last year's rise in deadly crime the atlanta police department investigated one hundred fifty seven homicides in twenty twenty up from ninety nine and thousand nineteen and the most in more than two decades. The surge led to an outcry from rattled residents and business owners that led to public assurances from mayor. Key lands bottoms. Interim police chief rodney bryant and newly elected fulton county district. Attorney fani willis that dealing with violent crime is in the forefront of their
Crews Work To Repair Water Main Break Near Willis Tower In Chicago
"Last night, flooding streets and causing quite a bit of damage in the loop. City crews and frigid conditions converged on Willis Tower as water poured into the street and the tower's basement, causing a building power outage for a time. Floodwaters also reportedly found down on the lower Wacker Drive, stranding several people underground. Chicago's Department of Water Management says the problem appears to be with a 12 inch water main on Adams. Between Franklin and Wells Install back at 1932 crews shut down the main an investigation is underway. No reports of injuries. WGN SPORTS Black
Republicans support changing Georgia constitution amid Fulton County DA's criminal probe into Trump efforts
"We know the fulton. County district attorney fanny willis is investigating donald trump and lindsey graham for alleged election interference based on calls they made to the secretary of state brad ravensburger and already republicans are seeking to muck up the works georgia state. Republicans introduced a resolution. Thursday that seeks to change the georgia state constitution to mandate the use of a statewide grand jury in prosecutions involving crimes. The move would force prosecutors to draw more grand jurors from predominantly republican rural areas of the state. Let me translate that for you. Republicans don't want black people on the grand jury. That sounds about white. That sounds about white. Alison thank you. You're welcome that they don't want any they don't they. Just want fewer black people in the grand jury that would ultimately decide whether to bring charges against the former guy as we are. Now calling anthony michael crease. A law professor at georgia state specializing in con- lock constitutional on civil rights says quote. This is an attack on black political power if folks engaged and election misconduct and fulton county. Then they should face jurors who looked like members of the community in fulton county subject to the discretion of the decisions by elected officials empowered by fulton voters fulton county. The largest county in georgia's got a population of just over a million people and it also has the largest number of black residents approximately four hundred and forty thousand which accounts for forty three point. Six percent of the county's total population by contrast georgia as a whole has a black population of thirty two point. Six percent quite a difference. But there's some good news here. According to crease. This measure is unlikely to secure the supermajority requirement for state constitutional amendments and would still require voter ratification and even if it garnered the requisite number of votes in the general assembly. There's no way the voters are going to vote for this absolutely not. Twenty-five georgia senate republicans cosponsored the proposal for the amendment georgia's fifty six member. Senate currently has a republican majority of thirty four to twenty two amending. The state's constitution would require a two thirds vote of the senate which would necessitate the vote of at least four. Democrats before heading for ratification from voters. But that doesn't make this effort any less racist. No it's unlikely but super racist
Black man sues officer for excessive force, firing weapon
"A black man in Pennsylvania has filed a federal lawsuit against a police officer he says pointed a gun at him from a moving unmarked police car there are no emergency lights Emmett Willis was driving to raccoon township about thirty miles northwest of Pittsburgh making grocery deliveries when a black SUV sped up beside him and the driver of the vehicle was pointing a firearm at may twenty three year old says demands had said police so he pulled over gun drawn the officer ordered him out of the car stoner said short these results I don't really know how to see so based off instincts I just put my hands on the steering wheel of how much is the officer pulled him out of the car punched him in the face threw him to the ground and began to cuff him willingly putting my hand by my back end laying face down his firearm was pressed into the small of my back and neck gun went off a few times I could steal right she Willis was held in custody for several hours been released without being charged Pennsylvania state police say an investigation into the **** township officer is on going as is a potential do you I. investigation I'm Ben Thomas
In Georgia, a New District Attorney Starts Circling Trump
"Insurrection by the United States Senate, but his phone call to Georgia's secretary state of January 2nd could still trigger criminal prosecution. Something occurred here within my jurisdiction. That may be criminal. On our Sunday Atlanta's morning news, talking to the agency's Greg Bleustein of WSB Sandra Paris, where that investigation from Fulton Ta Funny, Willis and state lawmakers even could go next. Over the weekend, the district attorney describes her investigation is wide raising to The New York Times. Will that include more than this call to bread? Rapids Burger is one of fine Uh, 11,780 Well, that famous phone call to Secretary of State Rapids burgers there more there. 100% d a funny, Willis said that it will involve more than that one phone call. That's the starting point. That's certainly the focus. That might be the easiest thing that prosecutors could match onto because there's so much evidence you've got that that recording the half half the nation has heard. But she also indicated that she'll be looking at other things like Governor President Trump's calls to governor camp, urging him to summon lawmakers to a special session. Um, like the Senate hearings from a few weeks ago featuring Trump Attorney Rudy Giuliani, promoting falsehoods and conspiracy theories about the election, and one letter was even since Attorney General Chris Carr, who we know was also, um Urged by by President Trump, not Torto not to encourage other attorneys generals to fight Some of these false claims in court. So those were those were at least starting points for investigation. But as she said, an investigation like this is like peeling back and then you know, you never know what you're gonna find is you start Are going through these layers. D a funny, Willis says, says she's also opening open to considering not just conspiracy, but racketeering charges connected to the Trump campaign. And George is she Brought a novel racketeering case before the 2014 criminal trial against a group of educators in the Atlanta public school system who have been involved in a widespread cheating scandal. WSB news time is
Georgia District Attorney Is Investigating Trump's Call To Overturn Election
"That may not be going away after this trial, the former president's calls to Georgia officials challenging the election results here. Or its firing power. George, You got a lot of air time and mentioned in this entire impeachment proceeding because of the Seine. Ralph W. Must be political analyst Bill Crane, the Fulton County district attorney, is expanding her probe of election irregularities here. Funny. Willis is investigating South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham over a call he made to George's secretary of state is part of the Dia's investigation of possible election wrongdoing last November and this past January, Secretary Secretary of of of State State State Brower Brower Brower Rapids, Rapids, Rapids, Burger Burger Burger said said said at at at the the the time, time, time, Senator Senator Senator Graham Graham Graham asked asked asked if if if he he he had had had the the the power power power to to to throw throw throw out out out Malian Malian Malian ballots ballots ballots in in in some some some counties. counties. counties. Charlie O'Brien, 95.5 WSB
Viggo Mortensen on new movie 'Falling'
"This is popcorn when we talk about. What's out there at the movies. There's a movie out there now. Called falling vigo mortenson. My guest is starring in it with this time in this movie falling. He also directs. It's the first time it's his feature directing debut and it's in many ways at top story but it's vigo to me. It's him saying. I'm going to take this on and see what happens. And what happens is so incredibly moving so figo. Welcome good to have you. Thanks is wonderful to see again. What i can't say. What attracted you to this because you wrote. This is something that came out of your own head and it feels very personal to me. But i don't know just help personnel. This it is personal but it's also I mean it's largely a fiction fictional family but the foundation of it is feelings. I have for my mother especially but by connection to my father as well into my childhood and adolescence so there are elements of truth. As far as i remember an memory subjected that after do with my upbringing and even with the aspect of dementia that that's dealt within the story. I've had a lot of experience with that. Both my parents stepfather grandparents. I've seen it up close in a caregiver. And it's something i wanted to explore. I wanted to explore the limits if there are any communication especially with people that you have a hard time communicating with other. I wanted to just more than anything asks questions. Rather than give answers. Ask myself questions and maybe half the audience are the people that you can't communicate with our the people. Obviously there are people that want to communicate with are there. People don't deserve to be communicated with or listen to i personally. Don't think so. But as person makes their own decision about that. It's i wanted to look fine. I wanted to explore the idea of empathy of communication and closer. We've gotten to the release of this movie. Which is february fifth. Us canada unexpectedly an away. Unfortunately this movie and the polarization the conflicts with this family that it deals with problems of communication are more timely than ever. Well i mean we come in the way i see admit point even low. Your movie is there's a great many flashbacks. And i should just say up front. That basically you're playing a gay man with a father who is suddenly hit by the ravages of dementia. It may even early onset and yet through the flashbacks in what we say we see. This man has always been difficult. He's been more than a handful. You know he's a racist in him. There's a person who can be a bowling and yet through the flashbacks to we see that he's capable of love. He's hard to take and yet we feel that we haven't seen except toward the end of the movie. What it was like when your character decides. I'm not gonna play at his wet. I'm going to try to give something. That is empathetic rather than something. That's hostile john. Is that yard. You're in sub it in your own life when you dealt with now in. My father wasn't anywhere near as difficult to deal with. We had better communication than john willis do in this story though sunan father but but my father was a man of his generation. He was not american use denmark but he was raised on a farm born during the depression went through the german occupation during world. War two ran away from home when he was fourteen You know self taught person who then eventually after he married. My mother moved the united states. He somehow got into business. School finished it in half the time by doing night courses nine. Just a determined person. Very self reliant. But like many men of that generation he was kind of even in his gentlest moments. A my way or the highway kind of guy. And that's just the way it was. And then you didn't adapt to changing times that well either the sixties the seventies is like what the hell's going on from their point of view. Why can't things just be the way they should be in. Men and women are women all that stuff and so there was a bit of that on my dad but but he was nowhere near as it was not as much of a conflict as you as i depicted in the movie. It's a fiction as i say this story. Even those became a father son story a basically the moral conscience to like the the the the fulcrum emotionally morally of the story really is is the mother for me. Is gwen by hannah. Gross the inspiration and the reason that they argue a lot. You know both father and son and also father and daughter. My sister played by laura. Linney the bone of contention. Is gwen a lot. So that was an important role and i. I guess that character resembles my mother and my relationship with that character in in the movie is more like my relationship with my mother than than the relationship with the father's like my own father. There's there's a lot of you that i see in this character in terms of how you play it and also how you directed wrote it which is nature of you know we see this man. He grew up in loved the farm. He loved it. He related to the horses to the answers like you. you know. there's something about nature where the best of him somehow is shown when he's with these animals he can't seem to rang. The embassy has them to is actual family which people in general yeah. It's just kind of tragic when it is said it is said and you know it's no accident that the first third of the movie threaded through it is this sequence that has to do with the duck the sequence of events right from seeing it shooting it bathing when it's sleeping with plucking cooking it and then finally you know eating it sharing it that way. let's that john that grows up to be your character of sleep. Was the dead duck. He lets him do that. He does some well. Yeah that whole thing. The story was away to introduce among things. What you're talking about the relationship that that family has with nature expos with life and death and all that would nature you. You all grow up for time on on a farm. I grew up in part. I bo bo cities and farms. I mean i learned to ride horses. When i was really little when i when i could walk and And my dad was someone who was raised on a farm And he introduced me and my brothers at the earliest possible age to campaign to know how to make a fire to forests and rivers and animals and fishing and hunting. And all those things. So i was very much part of my
Metro Atlanta's Fulton County DA opens criminal investigation into Trump attempt to overturn Georgia’s election
"As us. House managers made their case for the impeachment of donald trump fulton counties top prosecutor on wednesday launched a wide ranging criminal investigation into the former president the investigation by district attorney funny willis a democrat entering her second month in office centers on january second. Phone call to georgia's secretary of state brad. Reference burger in which trump pleaded with him to find enough votes to overturn his narrow defeat in the state. This letter is a notice that the fulton county district attorney has opened an investigation into attempts to influence the administration of the twenty twenty. Georgia general election willis wrote in correspondences delivered wednesday morning to rapids. Burger governor. brian. Kemp lieutenant governor jeff dunkin and attorney general chris car
Storytellers: Harriet Jacobs
"Although the veracity of her story was challenged for decades are storyteller of the day is now recognized as the true author of her work. We're talking about harriet jacobs. Harriet jacobs was born in eighteen. Thirteen endan north carolina to delilah and daniel jacobs. Both her mother and father were enslaved. Her grandmother had been emancipated by her former enslavers. When harry it was six her mother died and she was left in the care of her enslavers. Margaret horn blow margaret taught her to read and write an uncommon practice for the time but when harriet was twelve her fortune changed. Margaret passed away and instead of emancipating. Harriet bequeath. terry her three-year-old niece. mary matilda nor calm. Harriet subsequently moved into the nor com household. A family that did not share margaret's relatively more progressive views within three years. Though harry it was just a young teenager she had become the sexual fixation of mary's father. Dr james nor com. His sexual harassment was unrelenting and he refused to allow harry to marry. It was then. Harriet made a calculated decision. She decided to return the advances of another white man. A local lawyer by the name of samuel treadwell sawyer. She hoped that bearing the children of a different white man with spur her master into a rage her goal was to drive doctor nor com to sell her. Her plan did not succeed after bearing two of sawyers children dr nor com punished. Harriet by sending her to do backbreaking labor on his plantation while they're harriet. She fled to her grandmother's house and hit an crawlspace. Harriet remained in hiding at her grandmother's for seven years. During this time she revised her plan. Harriet wrote letters to dr nor com falsely claiming. She described to the north. This time around. She hoped dr nor comet sell her children to their father. Eventually this plan came to fruition and sawyer bought both of his children back from dr nor com soon after sawyer was elected to the house of representatives and moved with the children to washington. Dc desperate to reunite with her children. Harriet to fled north while searching for her children. Harriet found work. As a nurse. Made for the abolitionist. Nathaniel parker willis and his wife cordelia willis dr nor com continued to pursue harriet and. She was frequently forced to go into hiding often relocating between boston and new york eventually in one thousand fifty two the willis family was able to bhai harriet freedom during her time in the north. Harriet became involved with a feminist abolitionist group. It was there that she met. Amy post amy taken with harriet. Personal journey recommended that she read a book about her life. Harry agreed and decided to write her autobiography. Under the pen name brent. Her book called incidents in the life of a slave girl was published in eighteen. Sixty one with the rise of the american civil war. The book quickly faded from public discourse and remained relatively unknown for the rest of heriot's. Its lifetime harry. It was eventually reunited with her daughter. Louisa during the civil war. Harriet worked to aid former slaves who arrived as refugees in washington. Dc dedication to the recently emancipated community. Brought harriet back to the south in eighteen sixty five. Harriet and louisa settled in savannah georgia to continue relief efforts but due to persistent racial persecution forced to flee north once more this time harriet settled in cambridge massachusetts or she opened a boarding house. Not much is known about the final chapters of harry. It's life but we do know that she eventually returned to washington. Dc with her daughter. It was there that harriet died in eighteen. Ninety seven she was eighty four years old. It wasn't until the feminist movements of the nineteen sixties and seventies that incidents reappeared. Initially it sparked controversy. The books editor lydia. Marie child was a white woman. Common thought at the time was the autobiography was actually a novel written by child in one thousand nine hundred. Eighty seven historian. Jean fagin yellen corrected that narrative with her annotated edition of incidents yellen lays bare at the true identity of the author and the limited role child played in publishing the original manuscript at long last. Harry its name was attached to her work. Her role as auto biographer transformed. The significance of the taxed inherits writings. She describes her state of mind. She rejected the advances of dr nor calm in favor of sam sawyer. She explicitly discusses using her sexuality. As a tool to manipulate the white men who sought to further subjugate her harry it also acknowledges the judgement she received as a woman with two children born out of wedlock in her book. She argues that it is cruel to prescribe nineteenth century. Morality onto enslaved women as their fundamental rights had already been so profoundly violated incidents in the life of a slave girl remains one of the most important books of its kind. It is the only first hand account of the life of an enslaved woman at the time and gives unmatched insight into harry. It's perspective as she fought against forces of sexual and racial oppression in doing so. The autobiography occupies a unique space in both african american and feminist literature
"willis" Discussed on Daddy Issues with Joe Buck and Oliver Hudson
"How was your weekend in the desert. I'm in la and we have yet to see each other because you were in the desert. I did a rams game yesterday. Good i'm good. I get to see you tomorrow but we have something in common. You did a rams game. And i was at bighorn country club so oh big horn rams. There's a connection there. They both have horns yeah. They have a similar logo thing going on. They do from what i've seen. Yes so we were. We were connected even though we weren't together. Who who did you play. Who is there. Kurt was there i assume. Kurt wyatt matt. Franko played for a bunch of baseball teams. I know matt very well. Yeah i was with his brother luc. Greg brother wyatt joey disalvo. Sheriff joey josh algebra and we just had an amazing fund. Golf tournament was a boys trip and it was really really fun. But i'm I'm recovering the those trips. There's you're not resting at all. It's just pedal to the metal. You know. yeah and he played. You played good golf. I play google. I didn't play very well. Played well the first day but it was really fun teams before two teams of four ryder cup style. Highly competitive group. Everyone is in each other's faces screaming about rules getting drunk. Afterwards you know trying to amend things. We're not plan from the fucking blue cheese. We decided on the silvers. And we're staying two silvers things that just gets ramped up and and put a name kurt. Kurt started it because he was like onto fucking okay. You guys are playing from the silver tease. I'm playing from the blues. I'm seventy years old next year. And when i turned seventy i'm fucking plan from the members. Steve all right so fuck you all. I'm playing the members season. We're like okay fine pa but you are playing from the silver. We've already done one round from the syllabus. We're not playing from the gold's and have adjusted all the handicapped. So it all makes sense. I said you wanna play from the blues. I take give back to shots a took a beat. I don't know we started laughing. Nice who don't play golf. Don't and and believe me. I i understand For various reasons why people maybe aren't into it but if you are into golf and you get into a situation like that when you're with family are really good friends and you're able to make golf almost like a contact sport like you're you're drinking. You're having fun you're given shit to each other. There's just nothing better especially you know this time of year. Long shadows son's going down. You know you're going to have fun that night. Just hanging out. And it's why it's just an intoxicating game for people who enjoy it and it's hard to explain that to people that don't play and again i understand why a lot of people don't but i i it's just it's been the greatest. It's my one outlet. My one outlet in my life is getting a chance to just kind of get away from my phone. Get away from thanking worrying about work and do my fun time. That's right and we get to play tomorrow. I haven't i haven't played golf with you in over a year right. I mean yeah eight seen you. When's the last time i saw you know colorado. Yeah yeah yeah yeah colorado. Yeah god senior by forget way you know what wearing the same button-down shirt like reading much lumber jackie flannel five. Yeah let's address. Let's address this. Because i think it's important. You are a little asshole the other day on. You're texting me such a dick edge. I made fun of his overcoat. Saying it looked pink on tv and the guy blows a gasket. Like i've never fucked like. I've never fucked with him before in my life..
"willis" Discussed on The Secret Lives of Black Women
"Beef aren't really by near experiences. And I think within a generation's time we we will start to have a deeper understanding of that. This is the secret lives of black women. I'm SHARLA and I'm Laurin and today we're talking about LGBTQ politics. I'm really looking forward to talking about this. And I'm excited to talk about this because I feel like as we think about the presidential election and politics like so often when we think of black issues we compartmentalize and just think of blackness as like. Oh it's just it's just this issue but black issues are LGBTQ issues and we have to bring those to the forefront to and our thoughts and our minds is like if our sisters are dying like that should affect you. You should care and be like rallied up to be like who's talking about this and I think a lot of us are talking about it. I think we've had such strides socially in making these issues. Everyone's issues and making them black issues. At least as far as I'm concerned you know if everybody free none of us free so none of us. None of us. So I'm very excited. I think we have absolutely the best person to chat about these issues. We're chatting with Raquel Willis. Raquel is a writer journalist feminist leader and transgender liberation activists. She founded an initiative at the transgender law center called Black Trans circles which creates space for Trans People in the South and Midwest to heal from oppressive traumas and at the time of this interview. Raquel was the executive editor about magazine. She spoke at the inaugural women's March back in two thousand seventeen and her writing has appeared everywhere from essence device. Bitch magazine Buzzfeed and Huffington Post. I am so excited to meet rebel and to get this conversation started. So let's just jump right in. Let's do it..
"willis" Discussed on Power 106 FM
"Bet down by the somebody got shot what you talking bout Willis and a lot furniture to get the dirty money rich no not one thank you no if you want to spend of fifty hit the same with the donut hole to keeping up with the no matter the me one look at what you can you can.
"willis" Discussed on Female Criminals
"Eighteen year. Old Lisa Conley was irritated. She didn't understand why her mama dragged her to this cramped office. The whole thing was a major drag. Lisa complained to the lawyer Guy Jeff. What was the big freaking deal? Anyways Jeff's eyes widened in response. He said Lisa. You're involved in a murder. Lisa rolled her eyes and Jeff was baffled. His teenage client had helped orchestrate the gruesome murder of one of her peers. And yet there. She sat obstinate and agitated demanding to know what all the fuss was about at the same time. Oakland Park Detective Brian rupp was having a similarly surreal conversation with. Lisa's best friend. Seventeen year old Alice Willis who everyone called Alley over. The phone alley confessed that she was there the night. Bobby Kent was murdered and yet when detective. Rupp told her she needed to officially turned herself into the police. Allie said why I didn't do anything wrong. And rupp like chaff was flabbergasted. He explained to alley that she couldn't be involved in a murder and not have done something wrong. As Jeff and rub tried to impress upon their teenage charges the severity of their crime their words fell on deaf. Ears Alley seemed to think. She could cry her way out of the situation while. Lisa resorted to a sullen bluster. Finally each man addressed the elephant in the room in Florida. The punishment for murder in the first degree was death by the electric chair. That did it. Both Lisa and Allie fell silent as they separately realized it was a big deal. They had done something wrong. And there would be a serious price to pay.
"willis" Discussed on Movie Crush
"Welcome to movie crush Friday interview edition Film crew addition As you know I've had Some people in the costume department and the Prop and Art Department in here pad writers and directors I'm looking to kind of do more of these here and there it would be nice if at the end of this whole thing if I had Most of the departments and jobs represented in some way shape or form. Because it's always cool to hear about these things and I love for you guys to hear about these kind of unsung jobs. And today is specially an Unsung job. Because I had Scott Willis. He goes by sparky. Scott Sparky Willis in here. Craig my buddy Craig. Who crushed out the thing Hooked me up with sparky. He works in special effects Sometimes he is a shop foreman sometimes he is a special effects technician It was cool to talk to him about that job. He does everything from Building he built stuff everybody. He builds ramps for cars to jump. He builds roll cages inside of cars. For when they have to flip He constructs things in he and his team construct things out of thin air. They invent things and he makes a point of saying this in the in the conversation we had about how the fact that Kansas run down to store the shop. And buy the things that you need to do for most of these shows and movies because it's usually something that's never been done before quite like that so they have to build the stuff and it's really cool. It's a cool job. Very unsung and it was fun to get to talk to him about that. As well as his movie crush repo man cult classic from Nineteen eighty-four which you know a a favorite movie a lot of people I had never seen it. Believe it or not. We talked about that and we talked about the movie itself and his connection to it. And here we go. With Scott Sparky Willis on repo.
"willis" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Oh my God all right I I have a rabbi leg. It's Squirrel I've a thrill alley L. E.. Jesus honestly this word is a reuse your fucking genius. You're like a I I mean honestly I love this. What was this in the Washington Post Alley will? This is the most in two thousand fifteen ellie was the most interesting woman. You've never heard of true out. Oh my God ally Willis howls. She's coping with a visitor. He's never heard bubbles her alter ego and artist known for her sloppy brushstrokes. Nauseating Color Borderline offensiveness lily. Tomlin and dedicated collector elector once called her the greatest artist of our time or any other time. I've gone to your art. Shows and bubbles start the Willis homes and unofficially north of the Museum of Kitsch a pink palace stuffed with unopened Afro. Combs Love Boat Puzzles and space age. TV At the center is the grammy winning. Songwriter Internet Pioneer and party organizer Organizer Your House. Okay but as you wouldn't understand any of it but it's the greatest like what exactly what would what era uh-huh is it. Sixty seventy it's lunchbox. It was walking house was built in one thousand nine hundred thirty seven is the party house for MGM okay. So it's a classic Deco uh-huh Streamline Modern House the collection which I've been collecting sense sixties. Right is not mostly nineteen fifty sixty seventies these memorabilia. Never my childhood. I mean I grew up in. I was born in sixty one. But I mean it's all of the sixties and seventies show I mean just like Oh my God with David Cassidy just passing. Yeah Oh ooh Oh did you really. Yeah and I got His wife Sue Schiffren at the time WHO's a great songwriter? Wrote that Tina Turner Song semi lead the Bass realize. How does she know that commissioned me need to do a portrait of him a collage of him? I fortieth birthday. So I got to bestow that upon him Uh he had his fortieth birthday party at a bowling alley in Montrose rowing that okay. Let's just weird fact. That is very interesting act. Now you know what is our their own a whole there's actual cookies and they're gonna get it get it. Yeah I listen I was is a thought I was straight girl had Bobby Sherman and You Know Donny. Osmond and David Cassidy posters on my wall but Yeah David Cassidy just is saying. Hey I think I love you into my hairbrush more times than can be But yeah we were saying that period was incredible early early Seventies. Yeah yeah he's calling from the grave David Cassidy's calling on the heavenly hotline. Say Oh my God you have allee Willis the pay I think Willis. I'm one of my so we'll bring you know. Hey I think I love you that what love is made of though it worries me to say. I've never felt this way. Look at them. You know I was out music at that point. I there early notice that song but you know I still collect so so our. Let's talk. I'm reading down and my friends like near poster. Whatever it is Or a washing up. We'll go up to New York on Sorrento Sorrento street no of Detroit. On Sorrento straight you said Willis grew up in New York in Detroit on. I said this she said New York New York I I always said I meant the Newark. This was in the poster New York Times. I'm sorry of course you grew up in Detroit. We live in New York for them spitting crackers Outta my lips okay. The youngest list of three. Your mom Moreau's taught first grade made special meat balls called satellites that were pepper grains of rice Though she would put food coloring on them and that the boroughs all would cook gross. The Rice would pop out. So you have these little Green Little Yeah. I satellites one to visit my ninety four year old mom and she is under the impression that I want to eat all sorts of cream things that potentially liked in the seventies link Steffi. Would you like creamed tuna vision care to the Crotch beef host on that all makes me but yes right. I must've he. I mean who has even more cream chip refund. That was what I learned toast. Shop Ahmet classes eighth grade. That was the first thing. Yeah how'd that go that whole traditional housewife. I didn't trine training to like peanuts and making casseroles. Well that's what it wanted to do without unless you are a gay woman. I've just no I'm a by woman. Oh you are okay very by all right in my more weight. I'm confused because his prudence is your partner right. I've met prudence fantastic for many years but you you don't live together. It's a we're now. That's why I mean weird. I mean probably works better right word just so far there ways day for each other the longer new stadium. That's fantastic. How long has that been twenty-something? Wow Wow it's not a romantic doesn't know exactly how many okay Twenty Four Dad. Big Nate Nate when Reynolds scrap yard on called you cookie Duke Cookie Duke and like to dance with you. What's a cookie Duke? I've no idea what he called. Okay all around that in that Washington. What the fuck this is? Listen I did some deep state on you early molly. You know what's weird we have if one thing in common for Willis everything change in the summer of Nineteen Sixty four me to my dad ran for vice president. Nice and sixty hours but just before your senior year of high school Your mom fell ill when the hospital died a few days. Later of undiagnosed heart problem only only a few weeks after that. Big Nate fell for the mother of one of Ellie's friends. He basically stopped coming home moving in with her future stepmother after nate remarried he and his wife. Throughout most of the Willis's family pictures and possession including luding allee Willis believes her new stepmother desire to wipeout Sorrento street off the memory. Map is what inspired your Compulsive desire to document her. Life's where you think you got your like pack rat. I'm going to save all these things. Is that means something to me because you got taken away yet. Well first of all my dad was scrapped. So and I spent a lot of time in the scrap yard so the being around other people's People's stuff that fascinated me yeah instantly but I definitely believe because my pass was completely thrown round out by when stepmother came in that that is a lot to do with my collecting. But I'm like that with everything I mean. I'm like with my work work. Yeah I have hundreds of terabytes. I have one whole room in the houses that computer. Now I mean that's the other thing we haven't even covered yet because you're such a a songwriting genius. That's obviously your grammy. Hits all that stuff but you did really Thomas website. You were like a pioneer. The Internet early early like I mean early. Not Old people. Like I am about Tech Vanessa about Internet sheep's ear of Inter Urban. You Know Marquette you you consult all these giant corporations about back in the day yeah and my partner was mark. Cuban and I'd heard we met yes right and we could not get arrested. Had a concept for social network would have been one thousand nine hundred ninety two. Wow and we have to. They're laying that will never ever go anywhere. Allies social no nothing like that crappy friend Song wrote. Yeah no forget social network. They didn't understand what the Internet was. We went to every TV TV network. We went to every record company. We went everywhere and people just said it's a fad. How can you throw it your career? You know chasing after this stupid Internet thing right but no one could understand what a social network was in one thousand nine hundred eighty two that I kinda say of all take Libya Dystopia fucking shit show through the kids. Don't feel they have anything to live for like I honestly besides how fucking hilarious and brilliant. You're more I feel like this is so inspirational to just really go. Don't fucking give up on your dreams. Don't because people say you're crazy and that's not going to happen because you've you've been almost so far ahead of your time. People told me I'm ahead of my time at like five minutes or so because not good. It's good to be on time right and then you're not in your basement but my point is yeah but I just love the when you're when her family fell apart Williston retreat. Like you know.
"willis" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Oh Lord God I can't talk about. What's the neutron the answer? Bow Neutron dance okay it was not written for Beverly Hills cop which is what it was in and what one in grammy in A. Hello another grammy. For allee Willis okay written for a film called streets of fire and all they told me was that it was a handsome handsome guy a pretty girl and a black band where the only people to escape a nuclear Holocaust and they were on a bus ride so relevant now with Donald Trump. And so we have. We're supposed to be the bombs drop in La. Can we play that. Yeah well what. It's about it what it's basically about is if your life is not together some wish the button at any moment we could all go up in smoke yet. Your Shit get your fucking knew the neutron dance But that song was incredibly autobiographical because they felt when my life was falling apart. When was that how old happened? Nineteen Eighty or oh ever winced life was up fighting in nineteen eighty four. She's with the point of the eighties now but it was the first time in my since I started having hits which started like one thousand nine hundred seventy now. I ain't basic. Yeah you're graduated high school constant fuck you yourself allee Willis go ahead. I was already eighty at that point but the now it was the first time I had getting over one hundred songs cut a year which meant anti machine. Jesus really are still for normal people. Can you just take us into your songwriter brain. How fuck do you do that? Not Not only. How do you write a song honey? You're right that many hit songs right without knowing how to play that to me. I don't Yeah I've read that and I just think you know what once I know how to do something. I become very bored. Well almost instantly doesn't work for me to know any. Yeah never have okay. You're just a savant thon of kind of weird proportions okay. Can we talk second about the pet shop boys. What have I done to deserve this? Because that's you've written so many genres in so many I it's weird. This is like a soundtrack of our lives. What you've written? They didn't even know I was a songwriter. I was hired. I had just started painting and my publisher put one of my first paintings up in office right. Their manager was looking through United States publishing deal for them when they had their very first hit western and he saw the up on the wall and she said Oh well you should go over to. The artist has thinking once I get him in my house like he was a mid century. Modern Freak and my houses this is N. collection is a bit era and thinking. Well maybe she'll click with him and he will realize allies. She's a songwriter. And somehow pet shop. Yeah and then suddenly this just happens because your Hollywood and that is what happens. I got centaine in line to do a portrait for Tan phase. which would have made it? Own Stopover Your Immune Pouch just a fucking permanent. I'm and I have a little practice..
"willis" Discussed on Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast
"Yeah Yeah Yeah Yeah. Happy Happy Hour allee Willis's here songwriter. That stop pounding of that song and so many others grammy winner. I can't I can't believe it's taken us this long to get lily Tomlin our good friend. Our mutual friend has done this. I you are we have. We've had a lot of amazing happy. Our guest the the most fucking Fascinating Woman Alive these gentlemen. She a grammy winner for that one. Any number of earth earth wind and fire hits pointer sisters looking. I'll be there for you. The frame song by the rembrandts you are I right. Yeah I was just saying we've known each other years and years. Yeah Yeah and I'm doing prep on my fucking friend Vanessa and I was like Jesus Chr- what you did what you learn more and more. I know she's eight pages of of clear. Understand a highlight of my life one of the highlights of my life I got to go to Allie. Willis's Home Studio Studio to listen to the music for the color purple on Broadway as we were writing as they were writing it before the show became a huge Tony grammy-winning when he hit and you Saying you SEV- remarkably like a black man. I don't know how you say you're a black. I don't understand I was like who is that. Did you get your leisure like. That's me on that track. I was like you what that was great. That happens all Pecan now when people meet that. Oh my God I thought you were black. All right Outta thought you're right well partially correct by show on Sirius. Xm For for some reason. There's a seriously to this picture. Stephanie Mills when my show comes out system search experts Stephanie Mills. Black woman to Stephanie. More people totally and then also we've had people go to my Stephanie Miller Little Resistance Tour and they've been sitting next to people near like her voice is so fantastic and they're like what and they're like. They thought they were Stephanie. Stephanie Mills. I wrote for Stephanie Mills. By the way don't ask me. Don't ask me what I know. That's not the wiz. Did you enjoy me a WHIZ. He's on down the road. Let's do our own version of a claim to have your where your pussy hats. This is fantastic. Well well not really actually do have three pussy hats. Of course you do of the color I feel like we need like a five hour. Happy Hour for are you ready. And I can't believe we've only got into this now because you are I didn't want to say we met through mutual friends we lily Tomlin's are good mutual friend. You've done her her website. It's hard to okay. Well here's what you're described us because I'm like I don't know she's just my friend. Ellie Wills American songwriter artist set designer under multimedia artists writer collector director. You're okay nineteen ninety-five a nominated for an emmy for your number one hit. I'll be there for you. Lost the emmy due to the friend fucking sucks and try and sing the theme from Deep Space Nine. I can. That's bullshit. I'm calling fucking bull. Waiters Grazie the per year. Now all the have Wa only happens one day Ayubi either. The rain stops. They're mad.
"willis" Discussed on Dave Berry's Dadpod
"Don't tell me this now safest side just for the pulse right yeah I'll introduce hello and thank you for downloading this episode of might've pulled brought to you by Royal London my name is Dave Barry and I recently became the father for the first time to a wonderful human being called evangeline and that's why I wanted to create a place for people to come and celebrate the wonderful exciting sometimes scary but absolute joy fatherhood each episode I will be joined by special guest and friend to talk all things that and today I'm joined by a borderline national treasure strike by on the day I wrote it with eight five straight pain but now you in front of me chewed on chicken nuggets unprofessional on National Treasures Ping of ever seen in free broadcaster who rose to prominence on MTV her cv now reads like a collection of the favourite prime time television shows from big brother to the voice and most recently announced a new host of the circle she also happens to be one of the first people I messaged when I found out that we were pregnant Willis is true Emma how are you I'm good so I wanNA make your baby my baby it's your full for moving out to the country we just moving into the area house prices plummet is brexit very slowly seeing you thank you sorry now go well that's why I wanted to do the podcast like serious that mode it's so sales orders instead of just messing around with people bands it's great Oh thank you man in it feels that way and I need help Anita Advice on eight guidance and I'm interested in other people's journeys I wanted to do this podcast you three the day you're a mom to two daughters Isabella who's ten actually grace who's three and you have a son named ice who seven let me ask you this as a parent how do you see the role of dad in their lives oh he's like the fourth child hey permissions nobody is perfect because I think he has such a fantastic bond and relationship with them because he can get down on their level to mean when they want fun they go to him makes me feel sensationally boring because I'm like oh I'm not what am I that tells them often make sure the washing the quintessential mum and I think security that's what I've always had for my dad and that's like my just always always fun and I'm quite jealous of that the question is Matt Willis best known for being in the band busted and I'll know Matt and he's always been such a fun guy but I haven't seen him really in the all of dad because we haven't had those family moments you and I together so it's quite nice to hear that his personality is as right to fatherhood and he's stayed the same person that he was yeah totally without yeah it's such a fantastic thing to do because it's very easy to become apparent and go into parent mode and be serious and and I kind of you know I I watch him sometimes when I'm in that kind of mode of of good they said don't go get that led to Washington got make sure the bed's dominique just lie on the floor rolling around on my account each beat out a little bit more it's great swells yeah he is because he does all my other stuff as well to know to me if I brought list for him he does it and he's great with list which we know our places but I wish I had all the kind of I think I've forgotten how to be a kid but hey still remembers it whilst being grown up and that is a brilliant thing to marry together I think we the DADS are completely understand what you mean did you know what you mean and he's really well put and it's it's an interesting look into to how you would fade as a mom will not even a member asfaw partnership because I suppose whoever that person is conflict between the role in whichever parent they are did you navigate your way through this did you find these were the rosie slipped into by accident the Wanda you just woke up and Isabelle was too and you suddenly realize that this is now you are as a couple these ill define rose I realized that I had become my mom my mom woman Chinese And I am very much my mum when she was my age I say things now I've done the absolute thing where I go on my mom I remember I'm saying these things to me but now my mom is obviously a grandmother and she has almost become who she wasn't her twenties like the Mumbai has gone and she super amazingly fun again so I think I'm in that role of being that mom where I have to be like you know mum and in about ten years yes I can start going out again and I've been really good fun I'll be there you have to wait a little bit so I'm quite happy with that role I hero and my idol so I'm more than happy to kind of be her because I think she really great job with us so what was it like growing up in Birmingham in the griffis household I am Magin our household was very similar to your growing up household because I feel like you are super close with your family and your mom and dad's and your sister your world and you're the best of mates and you do everything together and you're one the time that's the impression I got from you years ago the is very much I'm glad that that's the impression that you go from that so that's nice to hit it right yes absolutely mine is exactly the same and we still do like go on holiday together every year that the people I talk to every day my family but my best friend so I had very normal working fast balanced upbringing with you being the middle of three daughters how did it work out calling for Your Dad Steve's attention was always a winner Oh no because my dad's you know that is why he the very placid man isn't he gonNa WanNa find out for for his attention yeah I think he was quite happy I didn't we weren't doing that Lamey a learning that up he's a funny one my dad because he's he's very placid and he's very laid back and he is consistently kind of strong support if like perfect dad really so we didn't really have to ever fight he's attention we weren't those kind of kids just kind of all go on and Mosey on through but what was funny was when me and my sisters and my mom would be upstairs I'm Gossett when we were teenage boys or whatever it just hit these footsteps coming then and he just want to be involved in my dawn you're not intimate doc talking about boys and stuff like that you don't normally want in on those conversations but he hates missing out that's what's the guy now I base car company grandsons now so you can you see any similarities between the way in which stave your dad you see matt with with your kids yeah I mean very tactile loads of love and patience I think my dad has got so much patient it's Anna somebody who gets very stressed and wound up very quickly by homework my dad would sit with ours when I was going to get it get it you could see him take a deep breath and just sit with you again for hours and hours because that mass equation was just not registering because you're not academic Emma just get it in your hands this. Is Math solvency became a passion so patient and I see that in Matt as well he's very patient and because around my parents a lot I think my I see him learning from my dad he's letting how to put pictures up my dad's very good at day Oh very good habits he taught me about plugs and light bulbs and everything and now he's teaching mattison that bad things like that but it's just really nice thing anyone would feel fortunate to be part of the family unit yes the one like the one you're painting right here which is lovely you're saying that your daddy's passing on these tidbits and he'd sit into your homework with you thanks did you ever go to work with that what did what did he do what does he do why he doesn't work now he's retired but he used to be a driver for British gaseous go I never really went to what within driving a big lorry but did you never get to see in the Laurey sure that's exciting is it for a kit now no Christmas party at the gas club every year so we'd all kind of go to things like that a my mom worked in a hospital and they had the kind of social club there so yeah those they say it's kind of like the roles have reversed like I said with my mom she's kind of almost reliving her youth again because her responsibilities are grown they have their own responsibilities now inform us in arcades my dad is the same so he was always the responsible one looked after us and we would town up drunk and be Kim bed need clean us up and look after us now my dad comes to wrap party and we'll go home in a cab and he's sticking in the back of the call so he's become tena that happens three months ago which was it it wasn't fresh show it was basic why keep proper and just say my mom looking at him going stay he's only I had to launch for for next take the mind and in one party bags heat under your in what I didn't even the only so he did it I am before he yes he rolls reverse how would you have fun when you're younger Dave parent it stops but then when you become a grandparent you can again evangeline is six months old a timer let's keep it on that show I'm interested to know because the call a beginning for you to really was your model yeah you with an agency you'll tell by the agency that you're probably GonNa get the most work by moving to New York and living there for a period of time and that time you harold making you I was twenty twenty so how did your parents feel about you twenty flying found miles away in new home they're they want did you even tell the by I think they would have been absolutely trrt had I have left at the family home to do that but I lived in London for three years before that so I left time at seventeen and just went and lived on my own a multi flat in London and when I think now that in seven years as my eldest my asked me to do the same and I'm not no it can be looked in your bedroom tweet twenty-five I don't know how I don't know how they let me do it because at the time I'm not well I'm begging on right I'm seventeen and I'm fine.
"willis" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM
"Willis and wake up an form with news radio eight forty WHAS here's a tender little tale fresh from the trail about a cowboy fell in love with a cap girl named Dale it was love at first sight that's what they said this week something sure went to their heads they walked and talked and shot the breeze held hands and kissed under the trees then the cow girl whispered let's get some food so they rode on to a place that looked good found a Roy Rogers restaurant just around the band cowboys said wasn't Royce some kind of legend cow girl said works for me how about you cow boy smiled I like it too folks of Roy said they're happy dues yell sit right down here Buckaroos before too long they were feeling at home cowboys said a lot better than where the buffalo roam three piece combo is a tasty surprised new chicken tenders soft drinks and fries each big tender was specially chosen the chicken was hand breaded fresh never frozen when they had their fill they said their goodbyes cowboys said we'll be back there's lots more to try folks at Royce said see you soon you too meanwhile happy trails to you door dash is now available at dissipating restaurant president drop again.
"willis" Discussed on Chicks in the Office
"I must. It's cold. The weather didn't line up with you. It's fucked up that they did that I know I know was weak arraign, but hopefully one, you're listening to this. You just had a fantastic weekend in the sunshine in on the beach drinking, whatever it is on his supposed to shine. So I hope that's great. He hoped that sun keeps their commitment. Yeah. Okay. Friend. I am gonna cut you off there. Let's talk about our crazy experience. Thursday afternoon. Yeah. So sitting at our desks, just like every day, and then what do we want for lunch? Let's get whole foods we get up immediately. We'll yet was perfect timing on our part. Sometimes I say, what are we gonna get for lunch? We sit there for a little bit. We got up immediately, we start walking, and all of a sudden, a man, walks in front of our tracks and says, hey, what are you guys up to? Yeah. He keeps walking. And, you know, when somebody says something to on the street you obviously look up to see who who it was, whether it's just a random person on the street whatnot. We look back Fran does a double, take route the crosswalk. She goes, what, what the is that burst Willis. I think that's Bruce Willis, and I was like, oh, my I turn around. I'm like, oh my God. It's Bruce Willis and totally totally Willis other people in the crosswalk, turn around. And we're like Bruce, Willis, what's the what's the name of that hat, the kind of he was wearing? I just call like an Irish. I know. But scale. Yes, that's what it is. Yeah. Scott like, oh, shuts me. Good job. Thank you. So yes, and he was just minding his own business. I think it was alone was alone. He seemed like maybe was had himself a nice day. Maybe drinking a little bit. I'm not really sure what Bruce was up do not seem like BRUCE'S just trying to chat with people on the street. So I will get Fran. I'm like, are we on hidden camera show right now? But this is when famous people talked to people on the street, and then the other people don't notice them. It's like all they didn't know that was Bruce, Willis. Yeah, it would have been a great shot of France face, if it was a hidden camera show, when Franco's that Willis, I mean, the acting or whatever it whatnot acting. But the reaction reaction was so good from you. That if that was on TV for a hidden camera show, be great, but I've been great. I don't think it was hidden camera show because we turn around we go to Bruce Francis Bruce, we had a picture with you. Yeah. I've, I can't believe that call him by his first. That use knows. I don't know what emotion took over me. But I was like, we gotta get a picture with him. We got ask, and you Bruce. Yeah because because you know what? I'm glad I did because he did ask us. How old we were. Yes, you did. Which I feel like valid question. Two young girls walked wanted to make sure you don't wanna get any granted. He said, hey, what are you guys up to and to clarify, it wasn't you knew who we were. Right. Right. Peop-. I tweeted that this like Bruce new guys. No, no. I just stated exactly what happened. Bruce said, what are you guys up to? And then we turn around realized Bruce Willis happened. Can you confirm friend confirm if he was like, hey oh, my God. Chicks in the office out, how that would have been our sure. But that's absolutely not. What happened zero idea, your idea Ziaur idea where he was what he was doing? I don't think Bruce had any idea who he was. So it was like it was so hilarious. And so maybe it was just me just trying to like be assertive. And like, hey, Bruce. The. Bruce. So, you know our age past our age, so Franco's. See this, this tricky, because I blurted out twenty five neither of us are twenty five by disfigure. Nice round number. Twenty five which. Wow. I don't even like you told me that. And I don't even think blurted out five I was because I was just like I was like, Bruce, Willis isn't about to age, the check our age say. I like. Up so no,.
"willis" Discussed on The Viall Files
"I just I didn't wanna fuck up. You know, like it was Bruce Willis if he's I I was just such a huge fan of of of your dad's growing up. It was like meeting kind of like your child here. So we was a weird feeling ever thought about it. So yeah. But anyways, I I'll walk into the coffee shop and David Beckham's there. And I walked and I noticed my way, and I'm just like. I'm kospi cool. And he was he was ordering coffee, and he was kept looking the other way back. I was like what is he is looking at while. He was getting a parking ticket. And it was fascinating. So I was like, oh, you know. And he was basically as waiting for the cops leave because you know, I don't even just want credit seems anyways. So I I was kind of my Anna's. Oh, man. That's you socks. And I was like my end like making conversation. Just got. Hey, I'm just talking. And so he's waiting. He's like he he'd get were just coffee, and I was like fuck it. I was just like, David. Would it be cool? If I get a quick pick. He didn't say Mr. Beckham, no. So David, and he was so cool. Very very gracious. And he's like, yeah. No problem. And then I did the thing that people always do to me, and I go thanks might my sisters are going to be so excited. And I thought to myself set lying you lying for every time. Someone comes up to me pictures, like my Graham, or my mom such a big fan. Like, really, you know, how many times I've taken pictures because someone's mom's a big fan or grandma and I'm like, so you're okay. That's fine. Really like you. But my mom, my mom does. Anyway. So I like my sister is so excited, I'm mmediately. Like, judge David. I'm actually a huge. I correct myself. Because I I I realize I did that. And I took a couple of picks, and then just one pick, and then I was trying to make conversation 'cause a lot some people that to me kind of like, so what let's let's be friends. Now, like, you know, sounds like so what brings you here, and you kind of pause like for the coffee, you know, like, I don't think he. Wanted to tell me why you know, which is totally fine. I'm like well have thank you so much, and it took every bone in my body not to be like, so do you like wanna hang out like now or later like I had to like actively tell myself just to walk away. But and yeah, he was very cool. And I actually it was just like, I actually had you mind, if I post says because like I do have a small follow at it wanted to you know, he was very gracious and he liked incompetent on my post. Well, your in your ends. We're best friends anyway. I found girl over back at rumor I was just more like he didn't fan. No. But I was I I had no shame in saying like your incredible dancer. I've watched like, you're my you're she was my like, that's why I wanted. I wanted to dance like not like is the like I wanted to be that good. And she was she was she's awesome. Appreciate that. She's even a better singer. But progress back to we got a little off track. Anyways, you've been very focused. Do you relate some of that too like being sober?.
"willis" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"So you're conceding Bruce Willis in ninety seven nineteen Ninety-seven. But then he comes around the writing boom Friskies back on top. But the debate is ninety seven. The debate is ninety seven concede in nineteen Ninety-seven roots of going through a dark time in the mid nineties. I was on top. Tommy thought I agree. Two thousand one. Thing. Right. When the ridings Robson at or two two thousand two reading the right on the nine eleven Bruce Springsteen, you know, he was a major part in the recovery and stuff. I put Bruce Springsteen back on. Well, the major part per Springsteen played in the recovering of nine eleven. The rising, and you know, people want to them in the New York, New jersey area like. Did he have really read a book one time? Okay. I got you ninety four. L full six-year, Bruce Willis, if you're going to say anytime between eighty nine and two thousand one I mean, the Decky of of from die hard through two thousand one is Bruce well two thousand six. What is well done. In the twenty years got roasted this year. Comey central roasting. I guess I guess we'll all time. What do you think about all the time? Oh, I think it's pretty because Rick said he is more is more state tower. Right now, even so I can't see Springsteen drop in like a fire a hit tomorrow will still has that power. That's true Comoro Willis could have been know to in America. But also time we would talk one hundred years now or people to be talking about a die hard movie knows they're going to be listening to it's only get detail. Oh, that's actually a great point. The whole diehard is is that a Christmas movie debates like a classic pop culture debate as well. Yeah. Well, what do you say to the fact that because we're talking international fame. Your worldly fame that czar was always disgusted that we even debated. This is I was like, it's obviously, Bruce Willis careful what you say, not even close. Oh, I fuck. You rakes second of all like, Donny. Berlin, Bruce, Springsteen as amount of credit to him for ending the Cold War as rocky bell. Boeing Ronald Reagan. A million people played watched him in Berlin in nineteen eighty five. Like me is huge overseas in Europe. You can't get a ticket to see him in Australia or career. He's big in Australia and Korea to he's big worldwide. You can't get a ticket anywhere. I'll be honest. But then again, Bruce Willis like he goes, he does Japanese commercials. He's worldwide payments. Do he does? But I I would guaranteed issue preschool. Jeff factors throw. You know? Tommy, can you dismiss that point? No. I liked up. Does Dave commercial? If he does Japanese commercials. That's huge. I just don't know that serious. There's a lot of people. There would be big Japanese the Brad Pitts dropping Jappie Google. The Brad Pitt Bruce Willis Japanese commercial results. Popped up November fourteenth two thousand six April twenty second twenty thirteen. So he's got some stuff out. There will not Springsteen Willis, Bruce, Willis. Okay. Okay. I think he's not a sell out if you've never done that. Might be hurting his fame levels. Even amidst that that helps strong talking fame keeping that point too. When you when it comes to intangibles insane town or an honor and integrity for Springsteen winds up battle. I'll I guess I'll give them those ones. But again, the snot really brought us to the table here today. No. But I think I think argument is a lot closer than than I think he would get me credit for I think we're swell. Rby answers were Springsteen me. Springsteen right away. We've been one over. I think he won yourself over. I think. Absolute throughout the year, thirty six cents. Di horns big movies look to look to woman to. I mean that guy like I struck the round I mean Springsteen. You're you're gonna you're gonna get the argument of who is more conic one of the greatest one of the top one hundred one of the top than rock and roll. And I'll take rock and roll. It's also just one genre. You dismissed. Like, he's bring top action movie. At rock and roll. Right. But then you could say for Bruce Willis, he's top ten action movie guy of all time. True. If you're going to specify genre. Yeah. But I think rock and roll override.
"willis" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"He just spit a fact that he does carry a lot of weight with that. I agree with Tom where he is the perfect case study where it's like if we're talking about international he was like an unbiased like he came here. Like, I don't know. There was no laughing outta. There was no smiling. He just he just spit a fact at me and walked out of the room. So I guess that's that carries a tunnel. Waiter say if there was a class thing about this. There was like a class overseas on American pop culture. I think Bruce Willis would be mentioned before Bruce Springsteen. I don't know Bruce Springsteen is fucking conic represents a generation Bruce Willis is iconic. I don't know that he's iconic and this I wouldn't have I'd say was like Connick. Roasted on comedy central in things that are I- conic Brazil's himself as I con maybe Bruce Willis had to go get roasted on comedy central to try to stay relevant. Whereas Bruce Springsteen still out there fucking selling out stadiums you ever see you ever disagree. Yeah. Yeah. No. No. That's That's a good. a good point. Thank you you ever see the documentary district. I'm refuting it dismissed. Not a. Just a radio show just talking about. I'm dismissing the point I've read I'm readmitted. I'm rediscovering it. Fuck. You can't come back from. I got this tough to come back from you to say, no. It's just look. No, you're on. We got Kevin cons on the line to weigh in on the Bruce talk He said you said need. he needs to get in. Here is cons on me. Captain qatar. It's up. It's all right here. There's nothing that you guys are ignoring your house. Listen it on my way home. You guys are ignoring the fact that you're Springsteen Bruce Springsteen has been relevant for two more decades an entire twenty years plus more than Bruce Willis. But the height of Bruce Willis is higher than Springsteen. Jonathan even remotely true. Look at the numbers of how many concerts and records Bruce Springsteen is sold compared to how many movies of Bruce Willis that have actually gone all over the world. Maybe two three two or three low over. I don't have the facts overseas way. More people have seen die hard. Also to Bruce, Willis careful. Kathy cons, be careful because Tommy could just dismiss anything. Okay. If I don't find it a strong enough point. I will dismiss. So you gotta be really gotta kind of walk that line a little bit feels like a little cons. I also I would like to state for the record. What what state are you from New Jersey? Okay. Stone pony area. No actress dismissed all points. I just thought that that would be important to state for the record. What? What? Look how big Bruce Springsteen. I I get the point about Dodd knowing about Willis and being from Africa. But what about the entire legion of fans in Europe that follow Bruce Springsteen? Religiously still there's dead. I didn't know they existed. Learn facts Bruce, Springsteen as a huge European Falk. I didn't know that. And I'm on British Twitter too. I normally European following. Maybe I'll give you die hard. I'll give you six cents beyond those two movies. Name me, a Bruce Willis movie that has transcended the world the way the albums Bruce Springsteen has I mean, the fifth element. He kind of saves the world. So I mean, unbreakable is a pretty huge one being married to Demi Moore is pretty huge. We dropped the Demi man he was in friends friends this huge. Yeah. He was a big. I I dunno cons. I don't know. What what if I hit you a little movie called arm again? I was just gonna say what what about that? He saves old. How many? Fictions a little flick that people better the six cents to. I don't think we hit that home and said that but we'll review we'll just dismiss your. What about what about an album called born to run? What what about you know, the rising? What what about born in USA? I mean, you you got things that are going up against Bruce Willis movies that I think we also live in the bubble of America movies that are huge in America, don't necessarily always translate worldwide where I think it's even more true for Album, them. I'm going through BRUCE'S versus catalogue here. Let me tell you what I'm thinking with my God, we got some bangers sin city, the siege. Lucky number sloven, a colossus whole ten yards, sixteen blocks. Awesome film expendable 's blind date haven't heard of that one moon kingdom. The last boy scout GI Joe retaliation mercury rising sin city to come on come on here..
"willis" Discussed on Barstool Radio with Dave Portnoy
"Bruce Springsteen or Bruce Willis that was the question that Frankie. What to us radio crew right before the break, and we just kind of ignored it the last segment. Zeile came in here saying Bruce Willis, and it's not even close. See? I disagree. I agree with. No, really. Yeah. I hear I think is is the perfect case study, he's not someone that was born in America. And like he was born in America, you know, who's more famous. Yes. Well here, but it's. Like, you learned American culture when he came to America. And he learned more about Bruce Willis than Bruce Springsteen. I think Bruce Willis is more recognizable. I think Bruce Springsteen is more known. I think I was I think that that's correct because Bruce Willis, obviously has the facial recognition from being in movies. And just all that bald head is very like you see about Bruce Willis, I still you say the name, Bruce, Willis more people will know who that is Bruce Springsteen. I mean, basically ninety like ninety nine percent I ninety eight percent. But I still think Bruce Willis he's been so many things then so many things he's married to Demi Moore the me more fucking shitty way to say that. But I think I again, I guess my. Ecuadoran the northeast like Bruce Springsteen anything specifically big in the northeast. That's a fair point. And also again, the echo chamber is like Bruce will Bruce Springsteen is the guy for sports writers. And that's all fucking journalists all the sports, whereas they're always fucking raving about brusett Gillette or Bruce MetLife. Or everyone's always talking about when bruises in town. So I guess maybe I'm I'm living in my own echo chamber right now a little bit. And and saying Bruce Springsteen, no problem. But I I guess I guess you're you win me over with the with the northeast. I can see also younger people too. I feel like are less likely to know Bruce, more like Bruce Williston Bruce Springsteen making a lot of good points. Timing think you're making a lot of good points. I I don't know how much either of them really resonate with the younger crowd. But I guess it was Bruce Willis, I mean, die hard is probably one of the most famous movies ever ever. So that's that's pretty in a bunch of other. I don't know Bruce Willis like should the roast of him on comedy. Central not too long ago. He was the most recent Roosevelt. Yeah. I don't remember. If I watched it, actually, I think because I can't do second hand embarrassment fifth element love that movie. Just was classic six cents whole nine yards. Yeah. I mean, he had some the it's a monster films. There's no I think he's the expendable is now these sounds Iraq and crew. Yeah. Yeah. I don't get into it, which is probably surprises people's as fast and furious guy. But yeah, the expendable is really puts us. Just a huge facet here in the world. I'll tell you what there's something coming down the pipeline in a couple of years. That's my blows a minds. One thing. Teaser. John talk to me twenty twenty. Nobody knows anything about their life for any shoe years. It's not my life. It's not I can assure you it's not me in a movie anyone knows anything about like two years out. I off air. It's it's pretty interesting one. We'll see if it's in a work still, but it's piqued my interest. I remember learning when I lived in Boston that people from Long Island love facet furious. I did everyone in the world has faster. They're like the highest grossing movie every year, they come out. They're great. Don't get me wrong before whatever reason it was just more popular among the Long Island crew. I'm from Long Island. I'm not a huge fast and furious guy. So it's rare Bill that room. I was there. Bar together. But we were talking with Jason Maine's Susan Casey radio, and he loves fasten furious movies. And he was like I just loved that. They started off as legitimate street. Racers stealing TV combos. And now, they are basically the vendors like. Like in the last movie, the rock literally picks up a torpedo throws..
"willis" Discussed on Game of Thrones The Podcast
"Got oh the guy who plays young willis who you might know better young or sam i if you saw it last night he was wearing a mo cap dragon costume where he had like essentially like a black sock on those like ping pong balls over him and like a dragon head like yikes for his wings i thought that was cool and that was at the family feud panel that was really funny as a lot of fun but yeah it's been cool i like your your nickname for the jon snow that's been running around i think his nickname his nickname no it's too good i love it it's very very funny do we want to get into our other topics or do you have any shout out about the the con no i'm good i think we should start off with what lord of lightning round do you wanna do that or do you want to save that for let's let's let's quips clips okay spoiler alert lord blinding rounds coming yeah so we do this thing for our club it's called quit quit you're pitching where we use his random generator to generate random show titles and then we take turns like pitching what those shows at the about and we cast it and all that it'd be fun to play khanna thrones addition where we pitch rejected ideas for game of thrones spinoffs for hbo i'll start off the guindi crossstitch oh so this is going to be gained a half hour motivational daily thing it's in the morning he's gonna lead you through some some cardi out some rowing he's when he gets warmed up he's gonna hammering he's he's got a he's got this big sledge hammers on the tires you're going to be definitely doing a lot of that you're going to be doing a lot of cross country running as he showed off in west rose fit get like gingery that's that's that'd be the trademark the breakouts going you're going to see all all the t shirts get jacked gingery so that's one rejected by hbo don't know why next one up is ho during withhold or so this is this is a talk show like between you know between two poems with his going to be between two we're woods and it's going to be a horror will have different ice and fire character on each week and he'll lead it interview and he'll be or or or or or what were you thinking in the famous scene where you had to hold door door door he also like they'll be a whoring ho ho during withhold or after hours or is it gets asm are where he just this dr dr.