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"yul brynner" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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03:57 min | 5 d ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"yul brynner" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

24:28 min | Last week

"yul brynner" Discussed on 850 WFTL

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"yul brynner" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

Dead Celebrity

10:59 min | 4 months ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

"And Networth Americans the issue the issue is the November twenty twenty elections because just significant uncertainty about on one side. Got Questions like who will be the Democratic candidate what will be the democratic taxing platform. And now clarity will only occur in that at the end of July when we have the Democratic national convention but all the candidates all the Democratic candidates have stated their tax policies and there's an increasing possibility of Democratic Grand Slam Otis House and Senate so no matter who the the Democratic candidates. We know at a minimum. There's going to be a loss of preferential treatment of carried interest. Possibly all capital gains will be taxed ordinary rates. There'd be could be annual deemed dispositions loss of step up limits charitable contributions significant estate tax increases. And of course the much discussed well tax on the other side of the uncertainty coronary events. That will occur in some form or impact during twenty twenty. These include the impeachment process that health of the economy the resolution of current trade wars. And of course the complex will mentioned earlier. It's a funny thing. Actually acting via premium two thousand sixteen election. There is a lot of people. Say Oh my God. If trump wins I'm GONNA leave the country run to Canada or you know here. I'm going to go but I mean given the profile of the people who are generally actually renouncing their citizenship. If Hillary had won I think more much more people would have renounced their citizenship. Realistically Than What we saw was that there was an interesting moment during the debates during the second and third debate the term carried interest in discussion of carried interest was quite prominent. I'm sure all your ax taxpayers and advisors out there all of a sudden said. Oh you're talking about something I know about. Most of the population didn't as it turned out while there was some minor changes on carried interest it was effectively has continued on but the days of carried interest being taxed at capital gains versus ordinary rates. If there's a democratic produce because there's some speculation as to whether that can even be done by executive order. I think are numbered. And that's a blink of the taxation on that part of the compensation and that really affects Real Estate People Private Equity Venture Capitalists of which I have a large clientele so they are very conscious of that so I think it's helpful to think of this. You had a garage that sort of similarly to insurance right where we it's in case these events happen or if these events happen and we don't know what the outcome is. Those are the things where you might need your plan but with an insurance plan you pay into it but there are ways that you know if you know thankfully whatever you're ensuring does come to pass. There are ways to recoup some of that money. If you only end up if you put this backup plan as you say in place you do all the time and all the spending of the planning and then you end up not using it so you're not going to get your money back but I mean is there. Are there other benefits? If you of having this plan in place even if we end up not renouncing citizenship. Absolutely in getting the backup plan. You're going to be getting second citizenships and travel documents and homes or the entire family if I look at my own family. The less processed children didn't set out this way but my older married a Latvian. My older brother married in Italian. I married a pole and a younger sister. Married an Irishman and there and we we've gotten European citizenships or the entire family including children so I have nieces and nephews who are have worked and studied and lived around the year up because they had e- you citizenships so that's an immediate benefit and it also like an insurance policy gives people can peace of mind when you buy insurance you. You don't want your house to catch on fire. You're hoping it's not catching on fire. You're not even sure that there's a better than fifty fifty chance that it will but you know that if the event occurs in that there's more than a remote possibility that will occur that if you're not insured you're gonNA suffer kind of a catastrophic failure and one other thing David. I wanted to mention which is something. That's really kind of become apparent in my most recent work. My most recent clients is the issue a strategic philanthropy. If you think about traditionally expatriation was done for estate tax purposes or in the case of young personally get wetter Savon who had a number of years of earning potential getting out of the US's US living taxes strategic philanthropy is really a much bigger issue now if you look at the the twenty twenty unified credits for example for a couple. You're talking about twenty three million before state tax starts kicking in people who are above this level. Those are the really starting to get into the target range of the Sanders and Warren. Well tax proposals and what they're seeing is is that they want to maintain control the disposal of their after-tax wealth using strategic philanthropy either themselves or their heirs. And it's really what I call. The US versus can read hopping debate in short. Should the wealthy a pay more in taxes and trust the government decide on priorities and implement solutions to societal ills or be these individuals use their skills contacts focus on determining implementing strategic philanthropy in solving specific societal ills? And Leon Cooperman made this exact point is rebuttal to Elizabeth Warren. And it's something you actually also see from Bill Gates in in his discussion. Although it New Year's talked about increased taxation he has definitely shrunk away from a wealth. Tax or inhibiting on his ability to engage in strategic philanthropy. We'll David we're just about out of time here and so I'm GonNa do what I do with my guests and puts you on the spot the end here. You know we've talked. I brought up before that. I think the general view of expatriation is that it's bit of extreme option. It's a bit scary and I think that's a lot of times you know if I'm GonNA advisor and suggested this idea to my client. At first glance they may have a negative reaction. There is may kind of bug out of their head a little bit. If there's one thing you could sort of teach people about the process whether it's utility or dispelling a myth or anything like that like with the one thing that you think is most important for people to know to sort of normalize it I guess what would that be. Well when people get nervous about the situation they have really three different possible reactions. There's a famous economists Albert Hirschman. Who said you have the reactions of exit voice loyalty so if you like the change? It's you're engaging wealthy. You're going to join the patriotic Americans. If you don't like it you have the choice of voice. Which is you can send money to a political candidate. Who's going to espouse the policies that you want but if you want to exploit or explore the exit option which is what we're talking about. What I tell. Clients is spend the same amount of money that you're going to spend on the voice which is for combined spousal forty eight hundred. Us On really exploring and finding out an answering those questions. What is the cost of going? What is the where? Can you live most people when I say you could move to Canada's well it's a high tax country? Es It's a high tax rate country but you can through. Legal Pre immigration tax planning greatly reduced that and Canada doesn't have an estate or gift tax or wealth tax regime. Uk A number words countries and so spend a little bit of money to educate yourself and assess so you can make a cost benefit analysis. Then after doing that if that makes sense get the backup plan in place. Get Your so get a quote on the insurance policy if it makes sense yet the insurance policy and then you personally decide if and when you ever hit your own personal triggering event where you're going to trigger the insurance policy that's a great point that you just brought up there. Yeah right at the end here that we hadn't really covered. I think a lot of people's idea of you know unless they renounce my citizenship. They think you're sort of like running off like a channel island or some sort of tax shelter but by and large. We're talking about sort of actual you would wanna live in and that are you know a just just not the. Us actively in fact about three quarters of my clients tend to live in what are traditionally thought of as high tax countries but on a lower controlled tax basis and that's for example in the United Kingdom. There's something called. The resident. Non Dom system switched. Who of course has its famous for faith scowl system but there are a number of countries? Australia New Zealand Italy Greece Portugal. That have legal either regimes or planning opportunities which allow people to vastly reduce their annual tax burden and their end of life tax burden role at a time. Like to thank our guest this week. David less barrage for being great and really a clue as a very interesting topic. Thank you David and You know for our lawyer for all our listeners. Also you guys next time or I guess you'll hear me next time on the next episode of Dead.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

Dead Celebrity

13:49 min | 4 months ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

"And it is linked in the show notes below the easy way to do it the subject of our discussion this week. Is You'll Brenner. Brenner was a Russian swiss-american film and stage actor. I became widely known for his portrayal of Kingman coot of Siam in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical. The king and I want to Tony. Awards and later earned an academy award for the film version. You played the role a total of four thousand six hundred twenty five times on stage. The also starters Ramsey's the second in the nineteen fifty-six cease will be epic. The ten commandments played general bone in the film annastasia. The Gunman Chris. Adams and the magnificent seven and its sequel return of a seven and the android in the gunslinger in Westworld. And Its sequels future world in the mid seventies which is very very different from the current westworld although cool itself Yul Brunner was born in July eleventh nineteen twenty in the city of Vladivostok the Far Eastern Republic which was a puppet state controlled by Soviet Russia before it was merged into the water. Ussr two years later he was naturalized. Us after applying in nine hundred forty three at the age of twenty two while living in New York as an actor and radio announcer however. And it's here that we come to the topic we'll be addressing today in June of sixty five his US citizenship at the US embassy in Switzerland for tax reasons while the immediate motive for his renunciation was primarily to income tax successful. We're GONNA situation meant that when he died in October of eighty five his estate was also not subject to estate tax. Now with laws have changed several times burners passing the number of a wealthy Americans who've been using renunciation as a method of severing their tax liability has actually been increasing dramatically to thousands annually. This group now includes other celebrities such as Tina Turner actor Jet Li financier is John Templeton Mark mobias and most famously facebook cofounder Eduardo Sovereign. So David but start here with the very basics. What is it about the American tax system? That's so bad as to make people to renounce citizenship to escape from it Thank you David for Invited me to speak. The first thing that advisors need to understand is that the United States is pretty much unique and making citizenship. A basis for taxation all other major countries apply residents tests. Say you're either physically present here or you have close connections and therefore your tax payer or the United States they also include the fact that you're a citizen even if you've never lived in the United States so if you want to leave the US tax system as opposed to leaving the Canadian the British the French you have to actually renounce your citizenship which means practically speaking that you have to have a second says chip in hand and the second thing to remember. Is that for renunciation? Strategy is something that is done well. The client is actually alive. Although it does have major estate tax implications and is traditionally been done for state tax purposes and the third thing to remember is while the the plan with properly executed does sever the US estate tax liability the process these be meticulously planned and executed in order to realize that savings while not compromising the business and personal lifestyle of the client and their family members and a final thing to remember. Is that well in the process? We may get citizenships and residences for the clients entire family. Generally speaking only one family member needs to announce the US says chip for the strategy to work. So thanks for that quick cliff notes version. Obviously it's far more complicated than just over. But we don't have the time to really get into it as deeply as we could if we said thousands are now executing the strategy annually but the number of US citizens living abroad as far larger than that right. So why is this? Not More universally accepted so great. I've been doing this for almost thirty years now. I did my first one in first. Us Expatriation in nineteen ninety and come to think of really four reasons. Why more people are not doing this? One is just a lack of awareness of the existence of the strategy the media compound since misinformation and in fact the two academic architects of the current Sanders. Warren Wealth Tax Proposals Gabriel's Duckman and Emmanuel. Us actually are trying to claim that it's not possible to expatriate when of course thousands of people are doing it. Another reason is there's a lack of knowledge of the fact that when the people can reproduce their lifestyle outside of the United States in large developed countries like Canada the UK Switzerland Australia New Zealand but have a fraction of the total tax burden that they currently experienced in the United States. A third reason is that people tend to underestimate the cumulative cost of various tax rich proposals. My clients are not just looking at the wealth tax. They're looking at capital. Gains rates increase is carried interest. Gone are the income tax rates. Granola increase is there really be increased estate and gift taxation what are the limits on their salt deductions all of these things cumulatively taken into effect and people realize that over their lifetime because they are severing all their future? Living End State Tax Liability. That it's quite a large sum and the final thing is that they overestimate the cost of giving themselves the ability to say I say vote with their feet so just another basic question. Here we're expatriation expanded. That's kind of a scary word right. What exactly does that mean when someone ex Patriots can the person who renounces their citizenship still visit the US. Can they change their mind and get it back? Oh absolutely they they can visit the United States As I mentioned earlier normally only one family member who actually renounces their citizenship. Which is the scary part that you mentioned as somebody who's lived his entire life without a US's and shit. I can tell you that most of the world enjoys quite a nice lifestyle without having. Us citizenship. It's really all in the planning and so that person can go back into the United States. There's there's no hindrance and doing that in fact the problem is when they go back to the United States is not getting in. It's not staying too long so that they trigger the substantial presence test and so they don't want to jump back into the the the tax pot that they've just taken a lot of effort of getting out and yes somebody who does renounce their citizenship ten decide to return back to the United States. If they want to they will generally have a number of family members who can sponsor them and. I've often been asked that question over the last three decades but I've yet to actually have a client who chose once. They went through the exercise to return back to the US tax system. So what is the process? Exactly here I mean how expensive is how do you get about you? Know voting with your feet as you say the process for wealthy Americans to acquire the ability to vote with their feet is what I referred to as organizing a backup plan short. It involves first identifying. The client's family needs preferences timing budgets. And the cost of failure certain tax policies come to pass second is determining the best means for securing a second citizenship third is identifying the best livable future tax home which meets the individual or the family's business impersonal needs and the last is determining cost-efficient practice strategies to deal with the tax ramifications of leaving which is an exit tax it should be noted that the exit tax only applies to what are called covered ex. Patriots. Those are people with greater than one hundred sixty five thousand in annual tax burden over the last five years or average tax burden or two million and again. That's the group we're talking about and so they have deemed disposition for capital gains purposes. But they need to look at this one time cost versus the long term costs and of course if those capital gains rates increase in the future that cost would would really be extraordinarily higher. Now I mentioned the first for clients is to get get themselves a second non American citizenship. This can be done. A variety of ways one is by having a burst citizenship for example Edward or sovereign who mentioned earlier had a Brazilian citizenship. Prior to becoming naturalized in the United States. Second is becoming naturalized in another country such as Canada or Australia New Zealand. People who are already physically move from the United States spent enough time in a new country. Become naturalized in that country. The third is lineage. United States is an immigrant country. A large number of Americans have through themselves or their spouse entitlement to a lineage citizenship. Assistantship by descent another one. That is quite popular is through aaliyah requiring Israeli citizenship and with thirty percent of the Forbes. Four hundred list have been Jewisht ties. That is one not quite familiar with dealing with the one that we often often do and the last is citizenship by investment is the one that gets the most press but it's actually the only path we look at once all the others have proven to be not available in my experience. This election of the other rights is shipped by investment. Depends on a number of factors where the client's going to live. Are they on the road to but have not yet succeeded in getting a naturalization citizenship? All of these things are to be taken into account and just so. We're clear in what we're talking about here. Citizenship by investment is effectively sort. Some countries have a government program. Where if you invest a certain amount you buy a certain amount of land in the country then you won't you pass a certain threshold and they will award you citizenship. Correct what they've done is. They've replaced the naturalization period with some type of government fee or investment. Turn or a land purchase or you move. Instead of going from residents and then eventually graduating citizenship you move right to citizenship. You refer to this as a backup plan. Which sort of you know that kind of implies that it's not the main plan and that there was something people people have a backup plan like in case something happens right. So so what are the the triggering events here that are that are going to cause people to fire their backup plan. Well what people do firstly they they look at just as they do for insurance they look. What's the cost of an event happens? What's the cost of their wealth? What's the cost to their wellbeing? And they look at backup? Plans is really insurance policies. So the question is what then triggers them actually using the backup plan the acquisition of the backup plan is fairly straightforward once one calculates the cost versus the benefits and the triggering events. I find tend to fall into two groups. Their concerns about things with catastrophic comes but unknown dates they can be generally concerns about debts and deficits Increasing costs of natural disasters entitlement programs rebuilding crumbling infrastructure future military expenditures all of which are made worse by political deadlock of course geopolitical events such as a recent escalation of tensions between the United States and Iran or the United States in North Korea can also be one of these concerned with potential catastrophic outcomes but unknown if they're going to happen the second group our about things with unknown outcomes.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

Dead Celebrity

01:43 min | 4 months ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on Dead Celebrity

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"yul brynner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

12:13 min | 9 months ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

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"yul brynner" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:11 min | 10 months ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"Thanks for hanging on your next. yeah John all right. this is an A. R. April fools joke we're living in. what are. you know you saw the movie with Moses and fair all our. Charlton Heston yul Brynner ten can ma'am all. yeah. you saw how god you're bringing plagues and just hitting her on the head you know all let my people go on yeah hearing them on the head this is the same thing that's gone our drop they just can't give up. yeah the way I look at it you know reading the Bible are this is gonna go on till guys kingdom Kong. I mean are just like we transition from the Roman Empire British Empire American empire the world isn't such a Chevy. that this is going to go on to all god's kingdom is finally going to call a friend when we were kids we always used to say all yeah you'll get that done when kingdom comes well kingdoms common now all indications are there Donald Trump is Moses. no a lot of people look at him those are like Cyrus. who are. god's people back in our. when Iran was a big power. on our way I look at it you know like Vincent Dr Vincent don Norman PO all was even at his wedding and Donald Trump grew up on all of positive parts of the Bible. plan it out the guys like Moses you did not going to give up. this evil are you out of this system of things is not going to give up Cronin and try and people as slaves to this work and. system nine well I'll tell you Fred you Q. corner right word there. because the people who are laboring. under communist governments. they are slaves. just by definition they are slaves I'm glad you brought that up. I can understand for the life of me why. these dams. want to be led into slavery but they are acting that way is it because they want to have another civil war. and what what is it and the way they are acting I'm not sure they could raise enough of an army. to have a civil war it give me that what they are doing. is distasteful disgusting and very very transparent. and Hillary Clinton she comes out of her little rabbit hole and says something completely silly and ridiculous. and then kind of looks like a looks and goes back in a rabbit hole. and some people say they're actually considering running her. for president of the United States. my goodness who is this woman that she can invoke vat kind of following. from eight they heard. of. ne'er do wells. liars. tricksters. you don't have to play tricks and lie to get this system to work for you. all you have to do is do the right thing enough times in a row in front of enough people. and make sure they see it. and lo and behold. you've got yourself a pretty good thing going. and then they have to step in and ruin it and by that I mean choosing the wrong people to take the leadership. of the slaves. and that's where they're going when a guy stands up there and says we're going to tell you how much money you can make not yourselves we're going to tell you. that's Bernie Sanders and the people will go along with him and follow him are the slaves and that's exactly what they are and Fred I want to thank you for the call. you made a whole lot of sense eight hundred nine two three ninety three eighty five as a hundred ninety three W. D. T. K.. somebody's got to stand behind me with a wet noodle and keep me in line get me to watch the clock here on FM one a one point five AM fourteen.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

The Jock and Nerd Podcast

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on The Jock and Nerd Podcast

"You say that I was going to bring up the log driving shots. He loves the family he can get away with the the long tracking shot that he's doing these shots because he's number one. He's recreating shots from other moves that he likes. He's number number two. He's showing you the the beauty and the splendor of all the signs lighting up and all of these things that are so l._a.. That when you think about L._A.. Their landmarks are all these signs these crazy old school school signs and all of these things like that people would probably find laborious. He doesn't give a fuck if you if joe idiot that walks in that's used used to watching marvel movies is board yeah. He's like he wants to try and show somebody WHO's into film. Who's into Hollywood like what it's all about? That's why I loved it. What did you guys this real quick specifically? What did you guys sing the Bruce Lee fight I that I didn't like that much really I not? I love that scene because I <hes> I feel like Bruce. Lee's like such an icon in that knocked down saw his daughter was writing. An article came out this week. I read somewhere that something something like that. Actually there was a story that that kind of happened yeah and that's it has pulling for him but he could have probably filmed it in a more ambiguous the U._S.. Way where but it was obvious like de Brad Pitt was gonNA kick his ass true like there was no way from a writing and filmmaking standpoint. I agree with you on that. One like I would have given Bruce Lee a couple of good ones just so he could have just so maybe once or something pretty good at Pitt is like fucking superhero mode yeah and also there's one other thing that really stood out to me in the film that have to bring up. I might forget when they talk about Leo. I'm sorry rick when he goes often when he goes to Italy and then he's doing. He's doing this Spaghetti Westerns with Allison yes but then he also he does like Ajao movie he does like. I don't know if they call it in Italy. They were like these cry. Movies called polio. Sta Teke or style roof over is the most famous one okay and there's Leo there when really jumps over the bridge and the car. That's supposed to be one of those. Oh okay so it's like the James Bond our own derivative of that. Yes US yeah yeah I mean I haven't seen a lot of the Italian films which is weird because I should but like <hes> I I don't watch a lot of Sergio Leone and I have a lot of <hes> I have watched a lot and what's his name. There was a crazy reference in the movie where when Leo's in the <hes> dressing room with the Spiderman Guy and he's like he's telling the the mustache glue into his face he was like I wanted to be like Zapata. Vina's Spaghetti Western series there is at least three films. There's probably like five or ten I don't know about but I seen the first three and it's it's Yul brynner playing stories rifle fighter. Oh fucking Yul Brenner belenet. Only Mike rips as comedies yeah but that's that we're talking about this with the person who seen Spaghetti Westerns. I'm pretty familiar with the stuff. That Tarantino was influenced by but I still think his work actually I have a question for you guys. Did you see the hateful eight yeah. You know what that's the one. I actually have not seen I mark. What did you think I don't remember it that well to be honest with you because I really have a bad memory so so if I see something and I don't watch it more than once? It's hard for me to remember Gotcha. I remember I remember watching and going okay. Let's like what's this all about. It felt like almost mostly a coen brothers. Movie is very much like yeah so it was like a Coen brothers movie when you go you know you're going to get a lot of dialogue and that's WII liked it..

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"yul brynner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Uber lift claimed the local victim, and they're still talking reparations in Washington. Money news, first though, let's head live to Bloomberg and Patrice gripe. Teresa, hey, good morning. Stocks rose yesterday for a third day after the fed signalled it was ready to lower interest rates. For the first time since two thousand eight the central Bank cited uncertainties that have increased the case for a cut to prolong the near record US economic expansion, the down dusters responded with a gain of thirty eight points at a tenth of a percent. The NASDAQ and s&p were also hired this morning, but we're seeing the gains here, s and p futures up twenty five points. That's almost nine tenths percent. The NASDAQ is up almost one and a quarter percent, a bright spot for General Electric as it works to transform itself, is the aviation business. The power turbine business, widely understood to be the company's most troubled unit, but city analyst Andrew kaplowitz cited the aviation unit stability and underlying growth in a note to clients in fact, g. Ee and France-based saffron joint venture CFM international earlier this week, one eight twenty billion dollar order for jet engines from Indian care, carrier indigo. And CFM says it is the largest single order in aviation history. Looking at oil this morning surging, we're up two point seven percent above fifty five dollars a barrel. Iran says it shot down a US drone near the mouth of the Persian Gulf, and that is escalating tensions in the oil, exporting region. Again, we're looking at quite the positive open. On Wall Street from the Bloomberg newsroom, I'm Patrice Sikora on eight ten at one zero three one. W. G Y. All right. Thanks between Kelly. I get, you know, we saw this coming a mile away, but camping land taxi is ended. Now it's exclusive contract at the airport. There's just too much volume to, you know with Uber and lift, and even the head of capital in Texas, says, you know, we held held out as long as we could the business, just isn't there. Yeah. I just think it's hard to compete with something app and people have been clamoring for it for a long time. And think about it when he fly. And it was strange city. You don't know cab companies familiar with the area. You don't know the company's everyone knows Uber unless it works the same no matter what city, you're in Florida's really telling Heather Kovar channel six talk to a woman who was flying in from Atlanta writing, and this perfectly explains why camping land. It's losing losing traction. Here I went to the taxes stand. There was nobody there and they said, you know, make a phone call right? Have to lift app on my phone already. So it was like you know what? Let me just do that. And I get sky miles. Yeah. Yul brynner. So listen, I it's unfortunate. I know people. They make living driving for CapitaLand but times change, and you have to stay current and stay with the times and. I've used CapitaLand in the past in, you got we got a call to call a cab CapitaLand. I'm sorry bothering you, you know, I always felt like I was a nuisance to call and ask for ride to get a cab somewhere. It's just sorry it's just better now. And I guess most of the taxicab companies, a lot of them are doing ok mostly with medical transports these days. Yeah, that's a big business. That is. Yeah, it was fish with the aging population. So there's been some salvations far as that goes, you know, there's, they say Kelly, it's not just simply symbolic. But, you know, June teen in congress yesterday subcommittee judiciary subcommittee. They're talking reparations again. Slavery. I know how this I, I understand why we're having the conversation. I just don't know how realistic reparations are hundred and fifty years after slavery was abolished. Who do you hold responsible? Who do you give the money to? I mean, they're not talking about a symbolic gesture here. I mean if it was symbolic, I could understand it. They they're talking cash money. Yeah. And I don't know I enter plea. I mean, I understand the roots of racism, and I understand it. And you know, maybe you can tie. Some stuff from so far away to what's happening now. But you're right. Ultimately, it will only divide us. It will will not United States conversation. I don't think I mean racial inequality in social Justice, and all those key phrases. You know, we're all in favor of making things better for everybody here. But it was interesting yesterday. One of the people who testifies a columnist. I thought was just very insightful. A black man Coleman Hughes, racism is a bloody stain on this country's history. And I consider our failure to pay reparations directly to freed slaves after the civil war to be one of the greatest injustices, ever perpetrated, by the US government fair enough there. Then he takes it a step further black people don't need another apology. We need safer neighborhoods and better schools. We need a less punitive criminal Justice system. We need affordable healthcare, and none of these things can be achieved through reparations for slavery. And he started getting booed. I mean, I, I completely agree with him that there are a lot of racial injustices that have taken place. And that linger in a lot of the poverty can be traced back to not getting a good start after slavery ended and those issues have to be addressed in, in those communities, poverty access to healthcare education, all those things that he outlined are things that need to be addressed, but paying one racial group, for for things that happen. Three generations adult generations ago is not it's not really an effective strategy. I think it is very harmful now to try to do that. Because we're trying to bridge, the, the divide here and bring people together, and I think that will actually drive us further apart. I can't agree more eight and ten white Americans eighty percent say that they are opposed to reparations forty percent of lack Americans are opposed as well. Interesting is, I would like to know, where's the money, come from, and where exactly we'll go? How do you identify the families who were directly affected? Wouldn't that money be better spent by putting it into some kind? Of fun, that would then go towards certain communities and poverty, and education, and healthcare, and all of those things, Chuck and Kelly Twenty-one bluecross blueshield believes everyone should have access to healthcare..

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"yul brynner" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

Stuff To Blow Your Mind

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on Stuff To Blow Your Mind

"This stuff to blow your mind? My name is Robert glam. And I'm Joe McCormick. Today. We're gonna be talking about themes of technology in ancient Greek literature before we get there. We have to go to the slightly related actually, very related topic of what's your favorite killer robot movie, Robert, oh, well, outside of some of the obvious choices from say, the Terminator movies can't say Terminator or even the RoboCop movies. You get into a weird. Territories. That a robot is a disabled, right? I would say my easy pick is the killer red robot Maximilian from the Disney movie the black hole. Oh, yeah. I've never seen it. Oh, he's terrifying. 'cause he just he floats around and do not touch the surface of the ship and has his missing red visor disappears into your soul, and has these spinning blade hands that it utilizes to at one point murder, Anthony Perkins and co blood, no any Perkins. Yeah. Well after. Psycho. I guess he had it coming. Well, no in this movie was great. And this movie felt sorry for him. If he'd showed up showing up in psycho than that, would that would be a different matter altogether. Now, I have probably gotta go to the movie chopping mall. Oh, yes is a eighties robot slasher set in a shopping mall at night where security robots go haywire. I think they're computer gets struck by lightning or something. And then they decide well they've got to kill the people who are hanging out overnight in the in the mall that is a delicious movie. Yeah. But also how about you'll burner in the original Westworld? Oh, yeah. He's super missing I'm up until his face falls off. I guess but before Westworld was like a thoughtful HBO series. It was a cheesy old movie with Yul Brynner pulling guns on people. Yeah. Yeah. He was. He was terrifying. I mean, you'll Brennan was always entertaining. But if he was kind of made to play a killer emotionless robot, I would say some of the best killer robot stuff in movies when killer robots are scary. The fact. They're scary comes not from malice or ill intent like it might in a monster or in a human villain or something. Like that the great thing about a killer robot in a scary movie. Is that it's terror is derived from the fact that it has no will of its own or no intention. It's just sort of like a an efficient emotionless killing machine. Yeah. All it has is directive, and it it absolutely will not stop until achieves it. Now, we obviously think of themes like this emerging in the fiction, primarily of the twentieth century. That's when we think science fiction in earnest really shows up the way, we know it now, I know you Jules Verne before that. But the twentieth century's when you really start getting your killer, robots everywhere. But today we're going to go back. Oh, yes. We're going to go back to a fabulous example of what is perhaps the very first killer robot that humans ever dreamt up and it it's not from the twentieth century. It's not from the nineteenth or even the eighteenth. It is from the ancient Greek world. And its name is Talos Talos. Yes. The man of bronze. The bronze Tomasson I want to quote from Edith Hamilton's version of the classic story of the quest for the golden fleece now. Ethane Milton's classic mythology. This is a great old textbook on Greek mythology. If you haven't had a chance to check it out. It's just wonderful leaf through every personal library needs a copy of this. But so she does a really good job of taking disparate elements of story traditions, and sort of pasting them together into composites that versions of the stories. So I wanna sorta summarize the quest for the golden fleece. You can't hit all the great points. But here's how it goes. So you've got this young hero Jason and in order to reclaim his rightful kingdom from usurper king. Jason is on a quest to retrieve a sacred artifact, which is a golden fleece from a magic ram that saved the life of a Greek prince long ago..

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"yul brynner" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

05:56 min | 1 year ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Three one two nine eight hundred seven two hundred is the phone number. We have got like a ton of tax. Evidently lot of people have movies that they watch over and over again. So let's see. Let's get right back to it. How about two three one area code an officer and a gentleman. That's an that's an interesting choice. I love that movie. At is a really really good movie. Six three or ecoed, the Harry Potter films any of them. I can see that. I know a lot of people are obsessed with those movies. That's that's a good like marathon. Don't get off the couch for a week. You're not going to get off the couch. The couch. I have the unpopular choice if my favorite, Harry, my favorite, Harry Potter movie is. Is ask a ban is a prisoner of asking me. And that's my favorite Alfonso corona who did Roma directed that. It's my favorite, but it's completely different than the book. Which is why people don't like ads Cabanas much is. They really did change a lot from the book and oddly, not my favorite Harry Potter book. Favorite? Harry Potter book is half blood prince. Which is which is crazy. All right. Three one area code says great show, Nick the magnificent seven seven stars in a movie were paid at their at their height of popularity. They could never afford to make the movie Yul Brynner, Steve McQueen, Charles Bronson, Robert von James Coburn. Wow. Yeah. Jason says the postman and Waterworld terrible movies. But I can't seem to pick the pick up the remote. Once they're on. The postman is the postman is an awful movie. Yeah. The postman is the postman is truly truly awful. I hate that movie. But I love Waterworld. We've all heard my stories of my love for the stories of my love for Waterworld. I love that. I love that movie. I really do. Seven or eight area code says number one is Eldorado. Number two is rear window. Number three is Silverado. Rear window. That's one I could watch anytime. Five oh, two area code says Casablanca or to kill a Mockingbird. Two one seven area code. Here's another one that. I'm surprised wasn't mentioned earlier groundhog day. Groundhog day. At least I think I've seen it at least one hundred times. Yeah. Groundhog day is is one of my favorites too. We just had our good friend Stephen tablas key on the show a couple of weeks ago. Really? Oh, yeah. He's you'll you'll be your your producing now. So you'll get to know what you'll get to know. Togo cool, right? Yeah. He's needle nose Ned insurance salesman. Yeah. He's in the goldbergs. He's everything. He's basically been he's been in like nine thousand dollars in TV show. He was just out in Woodstock for the day. The whole thing. Yeah. We had him on that. And but he's been on the show a million times. He's he's he's great and one of the greatest storytellers one of the best. Guess we've ever had. I've I've had him on the show. Now, it's got to be fifteen years. He's been a part of the show L very cool anti he by the way. Season. Three of the reason why he was on because one day at a time season. Three premiered started screaming a couple of weeks ago. And it's great. It's on Netflix. It's great. It is really really great. And he's great on it. Let's see here is Fran on WGN. Hi fran. Hi. Hi. Hi. Yeah. You haven't heard. Train thornbirds the mini series Soren birds. Yeah. Hey, Rachel ward. Yeah. I remember that one. Yeah. Much the same that at least twenty nine. Wow. Yeah. Okay. All right. You. Bye. Thank you. See? That's another time commitment that's a mini series. That's like a mini series. That's like twenty hours long. Here's Amy on WGN. Hi, amy. Pleasure to speak to you. Thank you. Same to you. I'm just a girl calling in about roadhouse. What it is. It is about what it is. It's Sam Elliott. That's what. I love the road. How? Speaking of Sam Elliott have you seen the stars born? Oh, heck. Yeah. Did you did you hear you hear Pam, Elliot? Tombstone? He's in that too. We mentioned that a couple of times this morning. Then the hero to hero terrific movie. Samuel. That's one of my favorites. You let me ask you this any of you ever seen the movie shakedown? Now, I am. Oh, yeah. It's him and Peter Weller. It's an action movie. It's great. It's not big on action movies. But if stamped in it that. Saying I it's it's phenomenal. It's it's it is phenomenal called shakedown. Okay. Thanks for the recommendation on the lookout for thanksgiving. Take care. I love women who love roadhouse, man. Eight four seven area code says stand by me and sandlot. Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'm not a big, you know, and I know that this is an unpopular opinions. I don't like the sand line. And I know that like everybody loves that movie. And I'm like the only practice. I can't do. I love it. But I mean, I saw when I was what six grade I think is when it came out. So I mean, I grew up a huge fan of it. I mean. Yeah. Most people, I know love that movie. I'm way in the minority on that one. You're killing me Smalls. That's thing. And yeah. So we got a break here. We got the news coming up, and then we'll we'll close out the topic here. And we've got an insane. A truly truly insane and fun Blackhawks expressed to play back from a really crazy Blackhawks game from last night. That's all coming up right after the news, which is coming up right after this. There's.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"One guy carried a knife defending a village full of press Mexicans Denzel starting to remake. That wasn't very good. No. It was not the magnificent seven actress. Yul Brynner Steve McQueen. Bronson. Coburn wallich? Doc wallet who good one Robert von man from uncle BS, except he wasn't a man from uncle Horst Buchholz Horst bowl coast is the one area. Always. Reindeer magnificent seven hours, forget sleazy twenty-seven years ago. Hey pew on my coke despite Anita Hill's charges of sexual harassment. Clarence Thomas was sworn is as nations one hundred sixth supreme court Justice twenty six years ago. Nineteen Ninety-two Quentin Tarantino's Reservoir Dogs was released in the United States that of course, involved Mr White, Mr. orange, Mr. blonde, Mr. pink and Tarantino himself as Mr Brown. Nineteen ninety-five jury in Houston convicted Yolanda Saldivar of murder in the March thirty first nineteen ninety five shooting death of Selena sentenced to life in prison. Three days later seventeen years ago today a great day two thousand one apple debuted the first ipod thank God. Birthdays today include one San Antonio and Michelle Beedle ESPN host who handles all the NBA coverage. She is forty three birthday today for Mr. yankovic. Thank you. The only problem with that. I think I'm a clone. Now is.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

94WIP Sports Radio

14:18 min | 1 year ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on 94WIP Sports Radio

"Heading into it Thursday morning, despite the fact that apart like two blocks away? I don't know what that was about. How many years we've been here Vince Queen who's in with me here tonight as normal normally as normal? You got it when Thursday morning. We've been in. Honestly, we've been here for as long as I've worked here I've been here for wow. Been here for six years now. So at least six never work anywhere else. Visit I rarely one hand and I had to park somewhere other than right in front of the station. And it was November two thousand eleven and I'm telling you on one hand, and I and I get really angry at the cars part. Nobody in. But I'm going who are you? Why are you parked here? See that. That's WIP. Yeah. You should park somewhere else. You're not allowed to park you. Yeah. At this hour sure rented building it's got like twelve floors on it. But there's nobody in here outside. Of course is those bastards across the street. And as a matter of fact, when I did get up to our block there were two people sitting in their cars separately to cars to separate people. And I know they work across the street. Yeah. I know what you're doing. Hiding hiding literally hiding from who from their supervisor or whatnot. They're they do to midnight to eight and they look for place where they could get some privacy. I know what they're doing the next time. I see one of them. Well, what are they going to save my space now now I'm just going to knock on the window? You're hiding aren't you? You're supposed to be I wish to graders Hyder ever when I had, you know, awful couch back in the day. Yeah. I was really good at I like what jobs? Well, for example. I usually send it to show. Here we go you, and I do there's a lot. The very first day ever worked at the navy yard now mind you I grew up in a neighborhood where a third of the people who lived in southwest. Philly worked at the phone up in APR, my old man worked there for twenty six twenty seven years. Okay. It was a big deal to get a job at the navy yard wasn't for made already dropped down a bunch of colleges there. I was I got a job down there. And for a fact fans. Ninety percent. If not hire people who got a job at the navy yard. We lived in south west Philly retired from the navy yard. I was the first one ever quit the navy yard. They couldn't even find paperwork on what to do when somebody quit because nobody ever quit. But anyway, the very first day. I report it, you know, you know, what his fight going. It's your first day on like. Twenty twenty years old somewhere. Yeah. I have to report to reform it. Like seven thirty eight in the morning, and what is the forming tell me and like three other apprentices look. Just fine. A place to hide don't anybody? See and report back here at eleven thirty. Got its first day the job the first moment, I date. I here's what happened. I can't believe I'm starting to show. His. But he'd been given a job like all Forman are signed a job get this thing done get that thing done, and they're giving like a week to do it. And they banging out in a day and a half. And then he spend the other three and a half days hiding. Is is hiding something? Someone can you wait till I set this show this show too. So I read and people take on kidding. When I say this the entire Lord of the rings and the hobbit hiding at the navy yard the entire forty thousand pages. I read. A buddy of mine Rix, econoline Shagged drug van out near navy yard parking lot. That's where some guys were really nervy. And when actually leave the navy yard and go to the expressway, go-go bar and hang the expressway. Go go bar. You should be mobbed at nine. Oh my God. Why did you do that to me bench? Green. Exactly. I get information. Like that. That's why I did it. So I I know Haider's when I see them. Yeah. And those are Haider's two people aren't the right now in their cars separate cards now mind, you hiding I know they're hiding I'm gonna I'm gonna win this on night and go hiding your supervisor across the street, go downstairs. Do that. Author spot. I didn't want to spoil a great high. Obviously, we got Vince cleaning here with us this evening. The over that showed around five twenty with our Mirghani birthdays and cooled things that have happened on this date at around four forty big nanny tonight, it is down halls birthday. Daryl hall, one of the great the great singers period. People always put that label on and blue eyed soul singer, which is just another way fan, white guy soul singer. Betty sits a great singers. What he is. And I will shoot down a hall on by playing a song. The basketball theme to it. When we get to around four twenty or so continuing my search mic drop, the number to the ten greatest performances by an actress in a sports movie ever this one is courtesy of the natural. And for anybody who is seen a natural right now, you're going. Well. Geez. You could be Barbara Hershey. It could be Glenn Close. It could be Kim Basinger. There's three prominent parts in that movie for actresses, but I will pick no one I think stands out the most at around three forty or show. I will give you my comment. I watched about half a part one of basketball love affair, whatever it's called. And a weird thing happened right at the beginning of the show. Did I need to discuss? I just discussed it with Jodi MAC out in the hallway and Jodi was like incredulous and every right to be when I told them how this show started who will get to that at around three twenty show veins queens at times, they are a changing. And then before that would happen Mike Angelina myself, we'll break down with the eagles defense has to do to win tomorrow night against the Chinese fans. And then right when we get back from this break right away right into it. We're going to discuss what eagles fans is going to have to do to put up some points. And I will mention is. Well, you know, what I'll see eagles chat other than the fact that climate is playing it seemed like all week long. He wasn't playing. Now, he is playing great. They need a boy, do they what do they need them tax winter died the architect of the triangle offense that produced a whole lot of championships in Chicago and in LA. On. I'm just reading all these quotes from people honoring texts. Werner couldn't find one from Phil Jackson. I mean, Phil Jackson doesn't win those rings went on texts winner. That's a fact people like to go when no one knows rings, not Michael Jordan or Shaq or Kobe. Let's start with texts winner who died today at ninety six, and that's that's that's way up there. So mentioned that flyers win tonight. What else I got here going on? I might do thing with a player broadcasters now because stoning on me how much I love Steve Young. I really love Steve Young's work any smoothing. I like him a lot. I thought you were going to go a totally different direction for a second. And just trash Jason Witten. Which a lot of people are doing is Whitney former player Jason wit. Oh, Jason Witten. I'm thinking of a lock, no. Imagine. He's a former player while he's a big, dude. He played football vs too. Big a dude. Yeah. I remember him as a football player. What do you mean too? Big of a dude you ever met. Our boy was I remember Hollis. I like, no, I doubt that Woodlock was a football player. I don't think you was either. But that's what I have. I heard Jason Witten yet. You're ready to go off on a Jason Witten. Well, I'm not because generally I I don't get too obsessed with play by play guys that I I watched the game in their background noise. I pick up things here and there, but there's a lot of people who think wouldn't sucks and they want them off the broadcast. It's like every Monday night football game. That's all Twitter is just trashing. Jason would now I I'll wait a minute. Wait a minute. I forgot. You were the man who picked the Vikings. Oh well last year. Yeah. Oh, no. I did last week now last weekend thought the eagles would. Oh, wow. You're. The go-to. No, you were wrong. I mean, you're you've been wrong to eagles. Viking games in a row scenario. Degenerate gambler out there next time he goes play the Vikings. They just got to listen up to what? Vince Quinn is predicting and go the opposite way. What else I'm not doing it? Yesterday segment. So I will tell you that. I only play it. Maybe. At the most once a year and if the anniversary of the actor Yul Brynner's death falls on a day where I'm not on the air. And then I don't do it. But I'm always amazed. How many people never heard this thing you'll burner Vince was an actor pretty famous actor and his day did the movie Westworld and magnificent seven king, and I know famous bald head guy he was like made it fashionable shaved head. But anyway, he was dying of lung cancer. He smoke like five packs of cigarettes a day and now he's dying of lung cancer. And he filmed the commercial not to be heir to after his debt. I said commercial public service. I guess would be the way to put it. But I remember when it came out it came on the TV high mule burner, and as you know, now, I'm dead. Oh my God. And the reason why am data's 'cause I smoked cigarettes some answering your out there now to smoke cigarettes and every time I play which again, I said it best once a year. I do it. It's not a nightly segment for you. Now, I do get people who Email me tweet via whatever. Wow, don't ever played anti-gang. That creeped me out, but it's on YouTube. Check it out. You know, just you'll burner you put your burners smoking PSA in there. And it'll pop up in thirty seconds. I plan to check that out during the break. That's wild. He he knew his time was up and wanted to warn people against the peril. Taros have smoking. I'm smoking. And then you gotta wonder if we're even going to have that payroll anymore because of the day it's gone down a lot but issues too, but not not much better. Oh way better than smoking cigarettes. Did you saw an entire segment? Owning the only issue. Vapes. Has right now they haven't been around long enough for anybody to discover whether or not these truly any issue, but that's what they said about pie in the sixties. Well, you know, hey, it doesn't appear to be all that on full. But you know, the words out yet fifty years, I think the words out I saw the headline. Well, one day front page stories. The inquirer. Great, grandmother smokes. Yes. He's got some additional reason these medicinal reasons. This once I want to see some great grandmother. Yeah. I'm loving it. If you thought my cookies were good before I just gotta trae Primo job. He's awesome. Hiding behind that medicinal grab. Okay. So evince coin in here tonight. We're going to have a real good show and Mike Angelina is going to join us on the other side as well. And I got some prizes that I need to give away tonight becoming on just hours after the eagles giant's game tomorrow night. So I don't think I'll be doing any of these segments tomorrow night big game big game. It really is. And it's much bigger. Pretty eagles in his giants. And keep hearing people go were there in a much more desperate mode at one in four. But who thought they were I don't think anybody really thought they were gonna know an after all that much this year were horrible generally talentless team. Let's talk about him on the other side. Right. And I think might which is coming in talk about him. But Michael come back in turn right around as soon as you said there won't be get back from this. I don't forget.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

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"yul brynner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"No not god ladies and gentlemen the late yul brynner i mean he wanted to make a commercial and i discovered that i was that sick and my time was so limited to make commercial says simply not the time gone ted you don't smoke you just don't smoke back that smoking wouldn't be talking about any i'm convinced craze that's a rough day for like the mic hold the mic on it one more time this perfect one more time you'll was great we got it but just for safety okay let's just get another one oh yeah i think i'd rather call conrad tell me fatman delivered i'll take the fat i'll take the fatman call i'll take simply safe simply safe ready for anything that gets thrown added a storm that takes down the power lines simply safe is ready an intruder cuts your phone line or destroys your keypad the siren doesn't matter simply safe will still get you the help you need could cost an arm and a lake should cost an arm and lay but it doesn't charge you what's fair fourteen ninety nine a month no contracts no hidden fees is great company we have it here we all use it here argus uses it and max patta just hooked it up at the new what do you got a new rehearsal studio i it's a warehouse like creative compound for video music please tell compound maxi pat dot com all right then honeycomb hideout it is recommend.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Army of most reverse the grid in search him the holy grail that is the five thousand point the five thousand point banana is indeed the holy grail would it on the poll guillermo is the five thousand point banana holy grail in miss pacman tedy bruschi right now is saying that anyone who will listen that grand cash to decide if he's all in i just saw that i just he's just wandering around brazil and ellen people gronk has to decide if he's all in you thought i was making that up that's something they just discussed on get up rear donlevatar greg cody of the miami herald is in with us today we were just having a raging argument about who made bald cool he is alleging that kojak did telly savalas stugatz i mean i have a list here bruce willis certainly deserves to be on that list render wait a minute no you'll renters actually give one yul brynner's yes yes you have one thinks of yul brunner's oh yeah brenner the the only only man man ever name you'll why you l o like you log he doesn't need the east cool which is why you l yul brenner good point antastic yep vc's live at our show with his two guys on espn radio espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guests on the dan lebatardshow appear via the shell pennzoil performance line here's your sportscenter update and norwegian biathlete ole in our moulder lawn the most decorated male winter olympian in history with thirteen medals has retired.

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"yul brynner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"yul brynner" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Army of most reverse the grid in search him the holy grail that is the five thousand point the five thousand point banana is indeed the holy grail would it on the poll guillermo is the five thousand point banana holy grail in miss pacman tedy bruschi right now is saying that anyone who will listen that grand cash to decide if he's all in i just saw that i just he's just wandering around brazil and ellen people gronk has to decide if he's all in you thought i was making that up that's something they just discussed on get up rear donlevatar greg cody of the miami herald is in with us today we were just having a raging argument about who made bald cool he is alleging that kojak did telly savalas stugatz i mean i have a list here bruce willis certainly deserves to be on that list render wait a minute no you'll renters actually give one yul brynner's yes yes you have one thinks of yul brunner's oh yeah brenner the the only only man man ever name you'll why you l o like you log he doesn't need the east cool which is why you l yul brenner good point antastic yep vc's live at our show with his two guys on espn radio espn radio is presented by progressive insurance guests on the dan lebatardshow appear via the shell pennzoil performance line here's your sportscenter update and norwegian biathlete ole in our moulder lawn the most decorated male winter olympian in history with thirteen medals has retired.

Army guillermo greg cody miami herald kojak yul brynner yul brunner dan lebatardshow brazil bruce willis espn shell pennzoil