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"wyatt earp" Discussed on The Big Picture

The Big Picture

03:40 min | Last month

"wyatt earp" Discussed on The Big Picture

"Could be bad. I was so hyped for this movie because I love the living color. I had already seen a Ventura. I was all bought into the culture. All of these guys being like our SNL not ready for prime time players and black men's. Yeah, but don't tell that to Jason Alexander. Who's in this movie as well? Black man, baby. Okay. With it. Phenomenal pick by you. A mom. And I have wildcard left and I'm just gonna pick a movie that I like the best from this time it's still on the board. That movie is blue chips. Aw, that's great movie. About a college basketball coach played by Nick Nolte and what I think is genuinely one of if not his best performances. I mean that sincerely, I think he's incredible as Pete Bill features some of the greatest monologues he's ever delivered. Obviously, a lot of real life MBA and future NBA players feature prominently in this movie, some really good basketball action in this movie. Some really good basketball. They got real players. And all those guys being in the movie was a huge part of that. But I think like a really compelling not totally accurate a little bit over the top version of kind of like the booster problem and athletes being paid and I don't know, I actually haven't watched it again recently enough to know if it if it has aged well relative to what has been happening with college athletics and when athletes being paid, but just a really fun propulsive, interesting kind of a drama that also is a sports movie that also is kind of a comedy if you're a JT wash guy and I am a JT Welsh guy. I was about to say, has some great JT Walsh. This and outbreak, the one scene in outbreak when they give us anybody with the camera has to know that there was no other way. Well, I love JT Walsh. So now we're down to the final two picks of this draft. Shea Serrano, Oscar Chris Ryan fucked me with Oscar nominee when he took hoop dreams. I should have done that earlier. Time cop was on the board. You couldn't say no. And then Shawn fantasy fucked me earlier when he said I couldn't pick a movie that should have been nominated. This is why I love doing stuff with van 'cause he's like, I don't care about your stupid turtlenecks and the things you tell me you're supposed to be good. I like the stuff that I like. 'cause in my Oscar nominee category, this is what I have written down right now. I was going to argue for a little giants. I was going to argue for major league two. I was going to argue for mighty ducks too. I was going to after you said it had to be something that was nominated. I was going to say, oh well, sort of Tim Rice co wrote the song that won best original song and Mexicans eat beans and rice and maybe the locus of my pick. That's what I was going to try to do. And I was going to try to get there. But I couldn't. So that leaves me just sort of stuck. I guess Wyatt Earp, I guess I'll do that one..

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on Cinemavino

Cinemavino

02:51 min | 4 months ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on Cinemavino

"And welcome back to cinema vino. Hey, everybody. Hey, hey, air traps, bud, Sean, Jordan. That's me. My name is Todd waffle. That's you. And yeah, we're drinking a little fabulous Merlot. Because it has a snake on the label. And we are going to talk about escape from LA. Call me snake. And Kurt Russell's iconic role. And to my knowledge, the only sequel that he did is this and he was probably in some of those goddamn Fast & Furious movies about like put those on my brain. He's in guardians of galaxy two. That's true, which is a SQL. So forget what I just said. He's done quite a few sequels. But he's not in the first one. It's not like him reprise that role because it was like, as Kevin Costner ever done a sequel. I was thinking about that when he was walking out in the field of dreams thing. That was kind of a SQL in itself. Yes. But like a full blown movie SQL, has he ever done one? I don't think he has. So yeah, just food for thought. Food for thought. Just throwing that out there in the world. Well, water world two. Now, see postman, too. Robinhood, parts of thieves. Wyatt Earp to return to the okay corral. So we're going to talk about escape from. This was Sean's pick. Yes, it was. A little bit of background about this movie. It was released. August 9th, 1996. It is the sequel to escape from New York. Both films are directed by John Carpenter's given viewer came out in 1981, I believe. 87? It was about ten years apart. We'll put Travis or fact checker on this because I believe at the beginning of fact checker about that fat. So I believe that New York came out in 81 and because they said 16 years later at the beginning of LA so that would make sense if it was anyone in the look of it. I can't this seems like an early 80s type deal. New York was a cult classic. Great cast of people. Good character actors. For the record, this gave from New York was set in 1997. The year 1997. And then escape from LA came out in 1996. It's weird. Yeah, it's like it was meant to be. Kurt ruskin. This is a trashy post apocalyptic future. And in my review, I wonder in my written review of what is post apocalyptic and I think it's a future where nobody bathed. I think that's the definition of it. It's like where everybody is fragrant. Well, there was no water. Yeah. I mean, they were surrounded by an ocean, but they didn't have running water. So yeah, they definitely smelled. So the post apocalyptic is stinky. But here's the thing, we spend most of the time in the apocalyptic area..

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on Political Analytical

Political Analytical

03:29 min | 5 months ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on Political Analytical

"That we have certain inalienable rights now granted in the wild west times everybody carrying a gun that ceased in a lot of towns and a lot of law man became a lawman became very very famous based on their ability to keep guns out of the towns There were doing it. Because of z rampant gang activity. That was running wild in the open territories The most famous that sticks out in my mind is Oh the cowboys with wider with wyatt earp and his family. Tombstone would tombstone in that story. That movie is actually fairly..

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

04:57 min | 11 months ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on 90 Day Fiance Trash Talk

"Okay, I don't think you would really have a problem with the animals cuz you like I like the animals I watch this woman on Tik-Tok that has a farm. Oh, so do I and they just had a baby goat? They just had three baby Goldberg. Did you cry for an hour last night, Okay, they were the cutest things I've ever seen even believe it why I know Wyatt Earp. Yes. Okay. I love that. She's like who had the baby who who had the baby bet? Was it very cute? I don't remember first one and then Wyatt Earp and then they don't have a name for this. Anyway, they're so cute. Okay, so every more and they have a baby corgi, I can't an accordion. Hops around I can't take it. So right know what I have a problem with this know but like I would want to choose that and I don't want that to be my full-time job, if that's not what I want to do. Listen, I would have a a blast like on a farm like that would be actually something I really enjoy but cleaning out stalls all day right and being treated like the hell right and like being like you are late to work log. Go back in your RV. Yeah, really your wife is calling aspirin go see her seriously. All right, so speaking of disgust they're going to be Grandpa at dinner grandpa off the dirtiest old man I've ever seen in my life. Yeah is a predator. Mhm. Yes, I used to work for a man. Like, oh, I know I know so they get to the restaurant. All of them are eating without Brandon and Julia know I guess cuz there were four minutes late. The mother couldn't handle it. I hate them. So now Julia has a hickey so his mother's going to shame the table, but why is why does she have to point it out? Why do that Brandon? Where did she get the hickey? Was it Julia? Was it Julia with the vacuum? Is it her fault? You know Grandpa really liked her when he met her just now. Oh my God. So now Brandon likes to throw in this discussed brag and it's like yeah, I noticed she was wearing a turtleneck for the last few days. Is right cool. We got it. She took your virginity a couple of days ago. We got it. You know what I mean? Like who cares now you kiss girls brand you're twenty-seven. You're not allowed to bring. All right, and then Grandpa chimes in he's eighty seven years old. He said that he would love to give a young girl a hickey. I'm sure you got well, maybe you should not say that on television. No, thank you. Don't say it that way especially well, I guess listen, he's eighty seven years old. He doesn't really care. That's true. They're going.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:58 min | 1 year ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"I am one of the lawyers who answered that hotline. I have seen more negligent discharge is In the last two months than I have ever seen before in my life, and I guarantee it is people who have just bought those weapons. So while there are no training requirements in most states just for the purchase of a weapon If you don't want to be dealing with a negligent discharge and the fear and the potential injury and the property damage is everything that comes with it. Go get train, and you just gotta beg people to do it. I know there are a lot of gun law seminars all over the contract. I think there's one coming up the middle of this month, the nobles Ville, Indiana, but it's and its most law must know law for gun owners, 101 and You're right. It's not just simply going out getting a weapon getting some ammo and okay, I'm going to start firing this thing at a target. No, By the way, if I think anybody is walking on my lawn here, here you go. I got my gun. Five million's A robust number. Where do you see that number going? And and again? I know a lot of what we don't know is based in fear. What we don't We have no idea, if indeed. This election goes one way and Trump is reelected. This this becomes just what it is now, which is ah, great argument and and a great desire to find some sort of end of gun violence in this country. I don't think anybody is promoting that. Whether or not you believe in the second movement or you don't. I don't think anybody thinks. Hey, yeah, Let's go, Maura, like it was with Wyatt Earp in 18 68. No, nobody's saying that. But I do know that if it goes the other way, there is enough sentiment to do what you just talked about, which is Somehow some way find a way ultimately, to repeal the Second Amendment through various options, either through an amendment to the Constitution or for going through a constitutional convention under Article five of the Constitution. On how to change an amendment in a in the U. S Constitution. I know there will be great sentiment for that. So, having said all that five million here at September early September, 2020. Would you anticipate that gun sales increase if The Democrats get control of all three phases of this country, or will they decline if Democrats get all three phases of this government? So I think that should should Joe Biden win the election. Should Senate flip. They're going to continue to explode, and that is just In the preparation for some sort of sweeping gun control. I think the only way we see a decline in this trend is ah, Donald Trump victory. Then you know, everyone can certainly you know. Second, the supporters can Quite the brows die aside of.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Two on one out. Oh, to Hernandez swings that he fights it off foul. Protection swing their fastball that may have been a bit high count remains open to you. Pretty good speed, for sure. With Hernandez and ground ball in the fields, not an automatic, They'll get too out of it. It's it sharply at one of the infielders, yes, spin, but no throwback to second base injury report from the Cardinals. About Genesis Cabrera, who left the game with a cracked fingernail on his left middle finger, so on his pitching hand, That's what force Cabrera out of the game after a strong six then Runners lead to pitch in the dirt scooped up by Molina runners going into shield thrown out of third base, trying to steal staying at first based by the way, Leone did not go into shields, trying to steal third is gunned down. Wyatt Earp, Alina. Well, I don't fault Leone for not running. That's a tough read when you're the trail runner. When you don't have speed, you can't risk it. Tell you what, though. The pick by Yadier Molina just out of this world. I mean, that was a tough hop. He backhanded it and got a good grip. Perfect. Throw down the third base one to there's a bounding ball to second base, scooped up by Evan flips it to second. And the shortstop too Young for the force on Leone and pitching around the back to back walks to start the inning. Austin, Gobber gets zero there on the top of the seventh and keeps it a one to nothing ballgame. Middle third of the order coming up in a home seven. But the Cardinals were nothing. The Indians lead it. This is Major League baseball on ESPN radio ESPN..

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"It's not the only fifties biopic where the subject morphed into the actor in St Louis blues stayed composer W. C. handy becomes a suave singing pianist very like star nat king Cole in the gene Krupa story the drummer smokes pot has trouble dealing with early success and makes the gossip columns with the self indulgent antics like the film star sell many of that stuff not only through my timing but it made my my sticks kind of slippery and so if there's a rap for having this with this stuff once I guess I got coming to him but those reports were not mine starting in the nineteen eighties with bird about Charlie Parker jazz biopics got more loosen creative scrambling chronological order we also start seeing jazz tales with unreliable narrators the title of a nineteen ninety one biopic is a tail backs and interpretation of a legend the mostly kinda accurate story of doing cornet aspects by Toback is told in flashback by violinist Joe Venuti in the real world Finnerty was a notorious practical joker so the made up stuff might all be his invention leaving the filmmakers with clean hands in twenty nineteen is boulder jazz pioneer buddy Bolden waste away in a mental hospital trying to piece together as long ago career and inserting fanciful details just as other folks spread tall tales about the real body Bolden freely mixes man and myth like movies about say Wyatt Earp in fact classic westerns make a good parallel with jazz biopics melodramas and morality tales set in an imagined past where the facts are twisted as needed but what better means given Whitehead's new book is called play the way you feel the essential guide to jazz stories on film coming up we'll hear from Kristen Howerton her new memoir is about being the mother of two white biological children and two black adopted children it's taught her.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

08:09 min | 1 year ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

"Of the Feast. Next time with com- better step aside. I I love that I think powers boothe bell. Kilmer's the favourite obviously as doc holliday. But I honestly think powers was sensational as curly. Bill be such a bad guy you know. So they're in this town and they basically like just say. Hey we run this town and if you don't like it you know tough because we run it. We're killing people. Were doing whatever we want. We own this place and basically you start to get you get the Herbs Wider Virgil Morgan. They all start arriving. They vented adventure to tombstone to to settle down pretty much well. Tombstone was like a boomtown back and they wanted to go there. Because I think there's lots of gold mining going on and so wide open. His buddies all kind of went out there to try and strike it rich and -sarily gold mining but just in any way all sort of busy and we're thinking about starting a business too so they're kind of they're for that you run into two doc Holliday. There too and we know that wide open DOT COM. Today have a history so they know each other. They're good friends. But then Virgil it's virtual same. Elliott's character really starts to see the craps hitting the fan in this town and he's like I can't stand by anymore. I gotTA do some so he starts to To become the law and then you see wider. Jump into it as well and right. Yeah because like the mayor of the town or whatever is like didn't their share leave or something. Yeah yeah or some man he died. I don't I think that guy out him so they were looking for some law and order. Fill the spot and the mayor was hoping that would come in. And he's like no no no I don't want I left that life behind him here to make money and strike rich and then like you said same. Elliott's character Kinda had a soft spot in his heart and saw the damage that was being done to the town and the people of town and he thought it was time to step in and do something which then ended up bringing Wyatt into that. Jareth role again. Yeah and why in the movie you kind of get an idea that he's had an up and down past law law man but he was also begin his times. He was also kind of an outlawed too. And that's kind of holds up with history double checked everything on this Colefax with with history. But would you believe it that this was a big Hollywood thing. They really built it up so it was. They did have the shootout an OK corral and it was basically a four on four at that point and it happened similar. You know the the deaths and we're not gonNA give that away but the deaths have one of the deaths happen very similar to how it was depicted in the movie. Sam Elliott's character Virgil was hurt. So bad that he was crippled in that one leg that did happen but this was crazy. They they when they started to make this famous. A lot of people didn't take to it. When Wyatt earp was a little bit younger like in his sixties or whatever But when he was getting older they started to make the the. There's a biography published by Stuart N Lake in Nineteen thirty one became a bestseller establishing herb as a folk hero among millions of Americans searching for inspiration and excitement during the hard times of the Great Depression. Interesting we're watching tombstone during some hard times right now. This was brought up in the Great Depression and a lot of people. Were like how we need a hero and Wyatt. Urp was one of those heroes so they met lake later admitted that may many quotations attributed to the frontiers when were invented in the BIOGRA- today is accepted as largely fictional however the the shootout at OK corral did happen and it did happen that way you know wider and his brothers did come to that town to settle down and anyway so that's just a little side note on the history aspect of it. Well I have a question since he read up on the history and this kind of bugged me a little bit in. The movie is when the town decided that. They're just going to outlaw guns within the town. Yeah and then same. Elliot's characters what you can't we're not saying you can't have a gun not saying you can't carry gun owner gun just can't do it here. Yeah and I just don't know if that's the word that I have not read. I I haven't looked you know again. That was very strange. I looked up and he was basically the one that led it Virgil was. He was the guy that started. This and Wyatt earp was fighting very hard to just be. I WanNa be a simple guy. I WANNA have two girlfriends and see what happens. Maybe I like one one. I don't but I don't want to get involved so it. I'm not quite sure on that one Colfax but I do know Virgil was the main one that came in and said this town is so freaking dirty that I got to correct it and so maybe he did do that that okay but I mean I always. I always thought that was weird. Where did they check their guns in? Like right when right into town a little been here you go and how do I trust that my guns going back to me? I thought that was weird So you didn't. You had some problems with the movie. I did It did knocked out of the park. I mean we had some. I guess early reviews from some hooligans yesterday saying its first draft. Pick no matter what and you know. I'll tell you which I think on that later but for me had this. Kinda the love story with Wyatt. Urp and like you like you were kind of looting to earlier it just. I don't have a problem with a love story but I just feel like. They left out so many parts like some backstory on certainly with his I guess I. What were they girlfriend? Wife that he kinda shows up to town with. I feel like there's some backstory there that was just completely left out. Yeah and needed to be there so Dana Wheeler Nicholson plays Mattie blaylock. Who is wider. First girl the girl that he's with when we meet everybody right well historic hit the historical figure that she was she was a prostitute who became a romantic companion and common law wife of wider. So basically they just hung around each other so long and that they just became husband wife that way they didn't give a lot of. There's not a lot of knowledge about her. You know why because Josephine who ends up being wider pts. That's the girl. He ends up with forever. concealed it didn't want didn't want information out there. That's according to that's historical facts right. There she kept things concealed so that people would not really know much about her whether she was a great. That would be no. But I'm with you It drove me crazy. She's Kinda. She's kind of sick right two and she's never wanting him to leave the house and out and about and that part was weird. I did not buy into the chemistry at all. If we want to get into the review side of it I did not buy into the chemistry of Kurt. Russell and whoever played Josephina Dana Delany? I didn't buy it. I mean you have Kurt. Russell's wider almost straightforward square. I'M NOT GONNA laugh at anything I got. This must ask the covers my mouth and then you have Josephine who is this actress? Free living free spirits do whatever? Obviously it worked out. They in real life they they died together. I mean he died at the age of eighty and they became now they settle down had a nice life. But I didn't buy into that relationship as much so when you and I were talking about. That was actually. The weak point of the movie is probably that relationship. So those are your big issues with it was really just the love story side of it and like you said so. He had kind of Josephine. They talk and she's like why plan on traveling. The country in nonstop travel travel travel. And he kind of likes. That idea of which you just mentioned is kind of against his character as a whole and then he goes back home to his. Common-law wife is what do you think about US travel in the country? It's like we just got here. What do you mean we just came here to settle down and now you're just kind of sick right. Yeah so it was kind of just weird. Yeah I always remember. That always bugged me that part of it but I will say the rest the the battles between the herbs and the cowboys were were great and again we talked about curly bill But you know one of the best scenes in the movie was really a lot of the lines. Everybody knows from Doc Holliday..

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"M. Tampa Bay and well I'm gonna get Katie but Chino now because in case you missed it Kirk Douglas passed away yesterday at the age of a hundred and three and he had done eighty movies is lot eighty movies yeah I saw a lot of them not all ladies certainly but I saw many of them and I just happened to ironically see a little bit of a movie I'd seen before multitude at times but gun fight at the okay corral he played doc Holliday working along side Wyatt Earp and saw that movie and then the next day learn that he had passed away but have you ever seen a Kirk Douglas movie I'm actually looking at the list of movies right now and I'm trying to figure it out so far unfortunately I have not he was nominated for a bunch of Oscars never one one a ultimately got an honorary Oscar but probably his maybe best movie was a little biographical as a lust for life and it looks like you didn't get an Oscar but he was in a movie called Oscar I think he was yep in nineteen ninety one yeah of the the lust for life was the story of mon well of the what they call the tormented genius Vincent van Gogh who cut his ear off LL and and then a later film are put together his own independent film company and he was the first actor to do that several others have done it since then and our members seeing his real name years and years and years ago is hi Sir Daniel overture would be pronounced eastern then yellow which them ski from the town of Amsterdam New York do you want to guess when lots for life came out what year I'm guessing the sixties nineteen fifty six close fifty six it would lower hex as first movie came out in nineteen forty six Hey that was the strange love of Martha Ivers yeah that one was a pretty famous one back then yeah I was a little Teichmann lust for life came out but I'm not quite as old as Kirk was but what the heck is seven fifteen and more get Natalie and find out if she's ever seen one here in a minute to but at seven.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Thank you for us but I have to tell you that I thought Donald trump's speech last night was Reagan ask and that is the highest compliment I can pay any president and speech it was Reagan ask I don't know if everybody watched it but you should watch it on you to be if you didn't see it it will make you feel good I haven't it I I wrote down in my notes this is Reagan this is the way it felt during Reagan when you started believing again and it was this speech last night that gave us that moment of believing again and listen and tell me this isn't Ron Reagan that's how we ended it as the world bears witness tonight America is a land of heroes this is the place where greatness is born where destiny's are fords were legends come to life this is the home of Thomas Edison and teddy Roosevelt of great many generals including Washington Pershing Patton macarthur this is the home of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass Amelia Earhart Harry Truman the Wright brothers Neil Armstrong and so many others this the country where children learn the names like Wyatt Earp and Davy Crockett in Annie Oakley it's a place where the pilgrims landed at Plymouth and where Texas patriots made their last stand at the Alamo which actually got some grumbling from the left the American nation was carved out of the vast frontier but the toughest the strongest the fiercest the most determined men and women to ever walk the face of the earth our ancestors brave the unknown they came the wilderness they settled the wild west they lifted millions from poverty and disease and hunger the vanquished tyranny and fascism they ushered the world in a new heights of science and medicine we laid down the rail roads we we dug out the canals we raised up the sky scrapers and our ancestors built the most exceptional Republic ever to exist in all human history and here we are together making a greater than ever before this is our glorious and magnificent inheritance we are Americans we are the pioneers we're the pathfinder's we settled the New World we built the modern world and we changed history forever just simply embracing the internal truth that everyone is made equal equal by the hand of almighty god America is the place where this can happen Eric is the place where anyone can rise in here on this land on this soil on this continent the most incredible dreams.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Is the home of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass Amelia Earhart Herriot Truman the Wright brothers Neil Armstrong and so many others this the country where children learn the names like Wyatt Earp and Davy Crockett in Annie Oakley it's a place where the pilgrims landed at Plymouth and where Texas patriots made their last stand at the Alamo which actually got some grumbling from the left the American nation was carved out of the vast frontier but the toughest the strongest the fiercest the most determined men and women to ever walk the face of the earth our ancestors brave the unknown they came the wilderness they settled the wild west they lifted millions from poverty and disease and hunger the vanquished tyranny and fascism they ushered the world in a new heights of science and medicine we laid down the railroads we we dug out the canals we raised up the sky scrapers and our ancestors built the most exceptional Republic ever to exist in all human history and here we are together making a greater than ever before this is our glorious and magnificent inheritance we are Americans we are the pioneers we're the pathfinder's we settled the New World we built the modern world and we changed history forever just simply embracing the internal truth that everyone is made equal equal by the hand of almighty god America is the place where this can happen Eric is the place where anyone can rise in here on this land on this soil on this continent the most incredible dreams.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Is the home of Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass Amelia Earhart Herriot Truman the Wright brothers Neil Armstrong and so many others this the country where children learn the names like Wyatt Earp and Davy Crockett in Annie Oakley it's a place where the pilgrims landed at Plymouth and where Texas patriots made their last stand at the Alamo which actually got some grumbling from the left the American nation was carved out of the vast frontier by the toughest the strongest the fiercest the most determined men and women to ever walk the face of the earth our ancestors brave the unknown they came the wilderness they settled the wild west they lifted millions from poverty and disease and hunger the vanquished tyranny and fascism they ushered the world in a new heights of science and medicine we laid down the railroads we we dug out the canals we raised up the sky scrapers and our ancestors built the most exceptional Republic ever to exist in all human history and here we are together making a greater than ever before this is our glorious and magnificent inheritance we are Americans we are the pioneers we're the pathfinder's we settled the New World we built the modern world and we changed history forever just simply embracing the internal truth that everyone is made equal equal by the hand of almighty god America is the place where this can happen Eric is the place where anyone can rise in here on this land on this soil on this continent the most incredible dreams come true.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

The Dan Bongino Show

02:10 min | 2 years ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show

"Go check it out. Don't deal with these shift manager Jour- spelling error mistake on the resume shift recruiter DOT COM okay folks. I just want to sum up the Baltimore Baltimore section with this piece by Jason Riley. Jason Ryan is a good piece in the Wall Street Journal about how again this ridiculous over the top anti police rhetoric is just decimating adding these inner cities the pieces titled a Reality Check on quote racism and urban decay disparity in police shootings aren't the product of officers buys a new study confirms so so again ladies and Gentlemen Y.. Is Public Safety Collapsing in Baltimore many of America's inner cities because we have people who have relentlessly attacked like the <hes> the former city state's attorney Baltimore with just one on relentless attack the cops Freddie Gray incident bill de Blasio who's made aided basically a campaign issue to pillory the cops at every opportunity. It's an embarrassment and their whole tenant that the core principle their criticism is that these dangerous white white police officers are out there hunting black men ladies and gentlemen that is the single dumbest thing you will hear anywhere in America today it is so ridiculously absurd I I sat and robocalls for two years and one of the most dangerous precincts a largely minority precinct in East New York Brooklyn. I cannot tell you how many guys in that Bro call their biggest fear was a police shooting because they were scared not because they weren't cowards he's brave men and women because nobody wants to be involved in a use of force for some take people go out there like cowboys. This is Wyatt earp in the wild west one because of the moral implications of having a shoot someone you better be sure you're right secondly because of the legal implications you better be sure you're right third because of the economic implications you better be sure your right or you will be sued you'll be sued regardless but yet despite the fact that morally legally and ethically no police officer I've ever met my life and I met a lot of them are federally wants to be involved in a police shooting ever Democrats and liberal loon..

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"Have quite a story to tell. So as you can hear it's a full slate tonight, and I want to get right to it. Our webmaster Gregg Bishop, and I put together our usual assortment of oddities and items culled from the world's news media. We call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website can't miss it. Really? If you tune in there among the stories feature tonight, a really. Excellent feature from true west magazine, which is a pretty good magazine. If you follow this this kind of history, we picked this one to get us, all in the proper mindset. It's a story about the friendship between Wyatt Earp and doc Holliday. These are real men not TV characters. They had a real interesting relationship. Friendship to a lot of people that didn't make sense and wider, by the way has links to some of the folks we're gonna talk about later tonight. Also, a modern tale of terror in a sense. It's about what big pharma is pulling. Now the latest trick. Also are scientists getting to the point where they could clone? Jesus if they could find the DNA could they make a Jesus figure that story might work for Easter. And a dazzling light show was detected on a moon in our solar system. It has scientists thinking there is a likelihood of life in our galactic neighborhood that and more in tonight's maps news while you're there on the coast website, check out how to become a coast insider. It's a great bargain. A good deal fifteen cents a day. If you've subscriber a year gives you access to a vast archive of previous programs, including classics. You can listen as often as you want on just about any device. You can also find out while you're there. How to subscribe to George Noory TV show, which covers many of the topics we discuss here. And as I recall is appearing on in LA coming up in early. May there's information on how you can attend and. Hear what he has to say with that. Let's assume the position bringing the dog bringing the cat maybe toss some extra. Hey out there for your horse. Put on a big pot of Joe perhaps Atta a shot a rotgut to that copy slip into those jammies. The ones with the rawhide tassels, you know, the ones I mean, plop yourself down on a comfy spot turn down the lights and turn up the radio because we're ready to rumble in a moment, which Cassidy the untold story with Kerry and Lisa board. I'm George Knapp. And this is coast to coast AM..

"wyatt earp" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

07:16 min | 3 years ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Greetings from the boldest body. Most outrageous city in the world, the planetary capital of sun fun sin sex secrets my not so humble hometown, Las Vegas, Nevada. My name is George Knapp your occasional host designated driver of the airwaves and moderator of tonight's upcoming cacophonous cavalcade of conversation. Hope y'all had a wonderful Easter holiday here in the coast-to-coast command bunker, we've taken off our Spurs pulled off the boats. They're standing over there in the corner. The gun belt is unbuckled the colts within grabbing distance. Just in case, you never know. What goes on during a to coast broadcast tonight? We return to the old west to the time of gunslingers outlaws desperadoes cagey characters on horseback who robbed trains and banks rustled cattle and horses. Thumb their noses at the law for as long as they could many of them bet. Bloody violent ends many more still live on in our imaginations back when I was a kid westerns were the rage on television every network had its own lineup a western programs. Not just gunsmoke. I mean, all kinds of shows every one of 'em movie studios cranked out western tales, regular basis, white hats versus black. Hats. Oh times change public tastes change. But those stories still rattle around in my brain, and maybe yours as well. Couple of weeks ago. I was invited to a pretty amazing family reunion in Arizona. Not my family somebody else's family. And in a sense. It was more than a family reunion. It was like a gathering of the outlaw clans had this gathering. There were some in the family who could trace their roots to Jesse James in the family could shake trace themselves to a guy named black. Jack Ketchum many of these family members didn't realize that they were related to folks who ran with the wild bunch that loose confederation. Of outlaws. That's been chronicled in in so many books in so many movies and the most famous of all the wild bunch out laws which Cassidy and the Sundance kid. You know, the movie we all know, the one with Paul Newman, and Robert Redford a marvelous piece of filmmaking. I don't know about you. But I didn't like the ending. I wanted Butch and Sundance to escape I didn't want them to die in some podunk town and Bolivia over the years. I read just about anything and everything that's been written about Butch and Sundance or anything. I could get my hands on anyway, especially the stories about how maybe they didn't die in Bolivia after all maybe they returned to the states and lived out until they were old men now, maybe that's wishful thinking, maybe as western fantasy and maybe not during that gathering in Arizona, a famous western writer and publisher named Bob BOS bell spoke, and he told the crowd. Remember this phrase? He says nothing changes as much as the past. And isn't that true? I mean, we learned that on this program. All the time the more we learn about the past the more. We learn about how wrong we've been about it. I thought it might be fun for one of our programs to explore the alternative history of the old west, we do those kinds of alternative history programs on coast now, and then, but as far as I know we haven't done one that focused on old west tails, well tonight that changes. We start with Butch and Sundance. And I don't think anyone in the world has done more work on tracking down the real story on those to then carry Rosborough he and his wife. Lisa. Lebron have co authored a massive an impressive new history called Butch Cassidy, the untold story. It's a very impressive piece of work. Amazing details and photos, and they make a persuasive case that Butch Cassidy did not die in South America in part because a heck of a lot of people saw him years later here. Instead, they think Cassidy had a long colorful life and ended his days right here in my neck of the woods, Nevada. Lebron's will join me momentarily, and we will jump right into it in our three tonight. Jerry nickel is not only a writer and storyteller. He says he is the great grandson of the Sundance kid. He makes the case in his new his book that there was a lot of confusion about the true identity of. Sundance and that was on purpose. And he says he has DNA evidence that proves Sundance also survive South America died many years later in Utah. Then in our four we're going to explore one of the most infamous Bank robberies of all time at least in western history. You know, historians for a long time believed that the robbery of the First National Bank and win America here in Nevada was the work of the wild bunch. Maybe that's Butch Cassidy's gang. Maybe all Bush himself was involved. They figured the town went amok even held a festival Butch Cassidy days and sort of cashed in on that story. I think most historians have since concluded Butch was not there himself. He wasn't involved in that robbery. Now comes an explosive new tail even though Bush wasn't there. Nobody's really explained. Well, if he didn't do it who did. Well, the story that we're going to hear now is about who really stage that robbery chant and Kim bracket are not writers by trade. They're there ranchers, but they wanted to tell a story after they found a stash of old handwritten notes written by their late relative, a man who knew the truth about the wild bunch and about that Bank job, and this truth leads to a name that is well known in the west, but not as an outlaw he's known as a pillar of his community, owner of one of the largest ranchers ranches in America, a solid citizen whose colorful past is about to catch up with them chat and Kim will be here later in the program. And they have quite a story to tell. So as you can hear it's a full slate tonight, and I want to get right to it. Our webmaster Gregg Bishop, and I put together our usual assortment of oddities and items cold from the world's news media. We call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website can't miss it. Really? If you tune in there among the stories feature tonight, a really excellent feature from true, west magazine, which is a pretty good magazine. If you follow this this kind of history, we picked this one to get us, all in the proper mindset. It's a story about the friendship between Wyatt Earp and doc Holliday. These are real men not TV characters. They had a real interesting relationship. Friendship to a lot of people that didn't make sense and wider, by the way has links to some of the folks we're gonna talk about later tonight. Also, a modern tale of terror in a sense. It's about what big pharma is pulling. Now the latest trick. Also are scientists getting to the point where they could clone? Jesus if they could find the DNA could they make a Jesus bigger that story might work for Easter. And a dazzling light show was detected on a moon in our solar system. It has scientists thinking there is a likelihood of life in our galactic neighborhood.

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on KTOK

"Program, and they have quite a story to tell. So as you can hear it's a full slate tonight, and I wanna get right to it. Our webmaster Gregg Bishop, and I put together our usual assortment of oddities and items cold from the world's news media. We call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website can't miss it. Really? If you tune in there among the stories feature tonight, a really excellent. Feature from true west magazine, which is a pretty good magazine. If you follow this this kind of history, we picked this one to get us, all in the proper mindset. It's a story about the friendship between Wyatt Earp and doc Holliday. These are real men not TV characters. They had a real interesting relationship. Friendship to a lot of people that didn't make sense and wider, by the way has links to some of the folks we're gonna talk about later tonight. Also, a modern tale of terror in a sense. It's about what big pharma is pulling. Now the latest trick. Also are scientists getting to the point where they could clone? Jesus if they could find the DNA could they make a Jesus figure that story might work for Easter. And a dazzling light show was detected on a moon in our solar system. It has scientists thinking there is a likelihood of life in our galactic neighborhood that and more tonight. Snaps news while you're there on the coast website, check out how to become a coast insider. It's a great bargain. A good deal fifteen cents a day. If you subscribe for a year gives you access to a vast archive of previous programs, including classics. You can listen as often as you want on just about any device. You can also find out while you're there..

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"wyatt earp" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"wyatt earp" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"As you can hear it's a full slate tonight, and I want to get right to it. Our webmaster Gregg Bishop, and I put together our usual assortment of oddities and items culled from the world's news media. We call it. Naps news. You can find it on the coast to coast website can't miss it. Really? If you tune in there among the stories feature tonight, a really excellent. Feature from true west magazine, which is a pretty good magazine. If you follow this this kind of history, we picked this one to get us, all in the proper mindset. It's a story about the friendship between Wyatt Earp and doc Holliday. These are real men not TV characters. They had a real interesting relationship. Friendship to a lot of people that didn't make sense and wider, by the way has links to some of the folks we're gonna talk about later tonight. Also, a modern tale of terror in a sense. It's about what big pharma is pulling. Now the latest trick. Also are scientists getting to the point where they could clone? Jesus if they could find the DNA could they make a Jesus figure that story might work for Easter. And a dazzling light show was detected on a moon and our solar system. It has scientists thinking there is a likelihood of life in our galactic neighborhood that and more tonight. Snaps news while you're there on the coast website, check out how to become a coast insider. It's a great bargain. A good deal fifteen cents a day. Subscribe for a year gives you access to a vast archive of previous programs including classics. You can listen as often as you want on just about any device. You can also find out why you're there. How to subscribe to George Noory TV show, which covers many of the topics we discuss here, and George as I recall is appearing on stage in L A coming up in early. May there's information on how you can attend and here. He has to say with that. Let's assume the position.

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