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"actally" Discussed on The Two Shot Podcast
"I wrote a monolog for that. Because there was nothing that really. said to bunch of US you've go minute and I can find anything that was a minute long that would. Do I. Needed it today. And so I decided I was going to rotten look. Is loved an infant as was said to me you should think about Ryan apply fooling play. So as leaving drama school I wrote the first draft, their Vero. We were GONNA put it on group of US WE'RE GONNA put it on. And I saw the the royal coup during the Rock Festival. And I sent it to them to go with a workshop in the region. And they called me and said. You've been selected and we're GONNA, put it on free and a half weeks they're upstairs. Oh. My God just like, yeah. Yeah. They were they did Soviet if you I was a fine. Only Reno's focus on tonight. So so I don't really know what? was just shot into them. And then. Yeah and then they put it on. And then it went to the theater. Cohen. Peckham. And masks good friend. Told me McDonnell These actally in. He did a beautiful performance. And And then from there leary agent and people. So where maybe your ARACA and? Then took a lot more time than anything else did sandy more than attended in those first five years at drama school. Was the Ryan. Simpson. That came easy. Now. Well that plane did yeah, that played that. Was it was there was an expansion from that monologue. Yeah kind of just overhead. That plays she's five scenes of people having conversation with each other. There's a real. There's a sense of law intended backstory in the idea that they've lost family member. For the rest of it was just about how they relate to each other and grief in how they deal with their grief. And I was highly back to a mom him up Oxford. Dry and I just put musical I'm Riley Said's. And that's how they formed themselves. I suppose climbed ripping off Simon Stevens a little bit. So as loved his place, he's phase which also five saints of people to. And trying to relate to trouble. And he's wanting to do. We'll still still from the best. I've told him that as a the. So. I think there's probably some lines of his. But it He was very helpful Ashley us. I've spoke to him quite a lot when I was still writing for their and. He gave me some good guidance of finding what your thing is. Find the one thing that you are obsessed with. The idea or the one Sort of. Question about life that you have. Just Ryan about that until you think you've answered your own question. Did you find the question..
"actally" Discussed on The Watch
"On Hbo Max. I don't think we need even more of an official introduction just to say that we are. Pleased thrilled delighted have once. Have Honor Show once again. A veteran of multiple podcasts, I was trying to think if you mark were one of the first members of potentially are five timers club, which means you get to do a sketch with Tom Hanks Alec, Baldwin or something? It I don't know how we would celebrate it, but it's possibly true Anyway, marketplace's here. We're so happy to have you welcome back is it's good to see both of you? Genuinely? I always love coming here and hanging out Andy. I love seeing you here I. Love Seeing you sometimes in the. Out. In Los Angeles. Mark we're really excited. Talk to you for number of reasons, but obviously This episode's going up on Thursday room four returns on Friday. You directed appear in the first episode of this final season, and so we just really wanted to get you on and talk about one of four and also talk about a bunch of other stuff sounds great i. think you know Mark That when you come at us with an episode that you have written directed under starring in that references, an obscure early nineties, cult artists who is name checked by Bonobo on the grammy stage. You're on the right podcast for that. I have arrived. That is in our wheelhouse. Now it is so we're referring to the first episode of season for remote one of four, which is Friday night. A Tour de force, fantastic episode, but also one that has a lot of interesting in subtle things to say, get about something that Chris and I have been talking about for over twenty five years, which is a very specific, almost insidious kind of male music, fandom and I'm curious why this story was your vehicle for getting in front of the camera on a show. You've been so involved with for four years. It's a good question I don't I, don't feel like I have a really cogent gender intelligent answer, but I'll just start talking and see what happens so we do on this podcast perfect. That's great so you know I have never acted in an episode of Romano. Four part of the reason for that was just A. A logistical one was. We always felt that we should keep. My actally. Presence is sort of like a designated hitter in the event that someone dropped out the night before, and we're just throw market and do it, and then when we got the sense that this was probably going to be our last season without while we can, we can lose me a pinch hitter, and just put me in something, and can I stop you. There when Brian Tire Henry was on show. And the dugout being like I got this is. Amazing I actually had a bat, and I was headed for his knees. I got I. got this May. So essentially. It.
"actally" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"And pterodactyls my dad's rights, by the way, I just read a cute funny. That's what he calls a joke of funny, that seems appropriate to pass onto you. Why wouldn't anyone ever hear a pterodactyl go to the bathroom even if humans would have been around at that time? So teach them about word economy, but. Hitting on my ex-wife. No go because actally yes because the P is silent. Why are we still talking about our Dicks? Constantly. So I'm like, all right. Well, this this train of thought is done between me and him. Right. So then I go back to being fake cat. And in response to my dad's saying about making the old man's libido jingle. Yes. Please. That line over every never fails somebody ranks in the room. How Christmas is ruined from even gay right now? Jingo ball falls. In so fake Catherine rights. It sounds like you've been thinking the same thoughts casting ever. Oh, god. Because you know what? She's right. That's what it sounds like. So then my dad rates. Injury in the background, no slash Mon swallowing spit up. No. It's not fiction. We're not just telling stories so we don't know if like to hold you or. Oh, like, oh, why isn't he like reported this to you? So the police. The report at them because he's a curry oh, sorry, one cannot control once thoughts, but we can control our actions. He yes you're right. I haven't jagged it to Jinglin Jim. I get it when he pounds is meet the balls. Go up and down. That's what would be. No jingling is come on. How me out one cannot control once thoughts. Yes, they can like I can't help it either. I've been married for slightly over fifty one years. Well, it's been a day over, but okay, I have not straight, and all those years, and I do not intend to so now. So just to be clear, he's not really my mom. What can we keep it to jingling? You're not going to go to Texas and move in with. We're going to have to stop it at completely inappropriate. You know what I've masturbated to you, but Celo. Ready to commit? Dining. You hold on for a second. The neighbors going to. Firstly. I am married and have a fine wife currently she has some health issues, but such is not unusual at our ages. She has been a very fine wife to me all these many years. And that in and of itself would preclude, my staying faithful to her. This week. Well, okay. Why fine? Why not beautiful wife forever? Like a very caring. And he found all the flora words for your at five bridge. Fine by Sam it's fine. So. She's a DVR. She works definite watch, Michelle. She doesn't make my libido, drink five. She's not in my way. Actually, some health issues, but old bitches are Churchill on the house to myself when I eat my chocolate. Yeah. My wife is fine. Oh, god. But you are scrummed. Second God's commands. Tell us keep such matters in check, otherwise, I'd be all up in your shit. Thirdly, there is something inherently wrong with the man hooking up with his former son's wife, oh someone woke up. He said. The solo sweet. Right. That was not the best one like. Remember? It's Valentine's Day, neck. We must refrain from acting like a read blown in the wind. We might wait. We must refrain from acting like a read blown in the wind. So don't just give up and go with our urge. That's the thing we must refrain. Meaning if they were in front of each other he would think that there was eligible, we mustn't do this. We mustn't do it MAs..
"actally" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Two seconds left. Shop lock. Actally credible lending for Houston Rockets on no franchise record, sixty one points, James. Rockets win this one what fourteen Joe want ten talk seven ninety with the call. So to answer the question to James harden, extend his streak of consecutive games with at least thirty points. Yeah. He had a career high sixty one and the rockets four point win over the Knicks one fourteen one ten harden second career, sixty point Jamie's the fifth player with multiple fifty point games against the Knicks Wilt Chamberlain. Michael, Jordan, Rick Perry and LeBron James the others to do it. So how do you stop him? Don't ask Knicks coach David Dale, maybe ask the next team that's playing I don't know. I just feel like every time of all these hands has got a chance to go in. And that's greatness. When the guy is a is a great player. He didn't just f fifteen rebounds. You know, he he was going after this win five steals forces. So and I thought we really towers them and got after you know, we got five turnovers out of this. Great and he got up thirty eight shots and twenty five free throws. Harden? I players sixty points, fifteen rebounds and five steals in a game since steals became a stat in nineteen Seventy-three. You mentioned the free throws first player to attempt twenty three and twenty free throws in a game in NBA history. ESPN's Ian, Begley James is sitting there, and he's got ice on his knees. He's got his feet and the ice bucket, and he's just kind of scrolling his phone and he's doing it for about five to ten minutes. I don't know if he was checking his social media mentions. I don't know if he was checking his highlights, but it just looked like this was another day at the office for hardened tonight. And sixty one points is incredible. But he's really giving you performances like this regularly over the last few weeks. And maybe that's why did feel just like a normal night for the reigning MVP. Yeah. You mentioned out checking the social media scene. But also seems like he has an appreciation for history maybe some sentimentality underneath that beard, whatever's plans to remember the night. Yeah. There's no doubt. 'cause you know as soon as he got up from the ice bucket. He got cheesed he came back to his locker and get a pair of shoes.
"actally" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries
"Our images in clinical medicine features in eighty four year old man who presented to the primary care clinic with fever Malays and discoloration and pain in the fingers and toes that had progressed over a two week period. The patient had a body temperature of thirty seven point eight degrees celsius a physical examination was notable. For blue black discoloration of the distant second through fifth fingers of the left hand dusky discoloration of several fingers of the right hand per perk. Lesions on both hands and similar discoloration on the toes of both feet. There was associated Dima, but no scleroderma actally or to lend Jack Tegas radio post, earier tibial, and or Saleh's pitas pulses were palpable on both sides laboratory tests revealed normal renal and liver function and an elevated c reactive protein level of twelve point two. Nine milligrams per deciliter necrosis of the fingers and toes has abroad differential diagnosis, including vascular disease, infection arterial, embolism, and thrown affiliate given the clinical concern about vascular litis treatment with glucocorticoid was initiated and a biopsy of the lesions on a finger and toe was performed the biopsy specimens showed fibrin, OI, necrosis, inflammation and medial thickening in a medium sized artery findings that are consistent with a diagnosis of Polly arteritis. No dosa, a medium vessel, vascular litis, the symptoms of fever and melas diminished with treatment which included the addition of as Thia prynne and the level of c reactive protein normalized, the new chronic areas of the fingers were amputated and the remaining fingers and toes recovered completely. A twenty four year old man presented to the neurology clinic with a one year history of progressive dysphasia, disarm three and weakness in his arms and legs three months before the onset of these symptoms. He had received an electric shock while repairing an electric fan. The contact point was the right hand, which had touched an uninstigated wire. The physical examination was notable for cloudiness of the jaw brisk deep, tendon reflexes in the arms and legs and facilitations of the tongue and of the muscles in the arms and legs. See the video at any J M dot org. Nerve conduction. Studies of the median owner tibial and common perennial nerves on both sides of the body showed diminished. Amplitude of compound muscle action. Potentials electromyograms easy revealed. Neuro genyk motor unit action potentials with the situation potentials in the tongue and in all limbs. These findings were consistent with chronic motor Diener Vatian and re innovation M R I of the brain and spinal cord revealed. No abnormalities given the presence of both upper and lower motor neuron signs with sparing of the sensory pathways a diagnosis of Amaya trophy lateral sclerosis was made jaw clone is typically indicates damage to the upper motor neurons in the court Akot Ponting tracks at follow up six months after the diagnosis was made the patient had worsening limb and ballboy, muscle weakness and actor. Raffi? This concludes our summary. Let us know what you think about our audio summaries. Any comments or suggestions may be sent to audio at any AM dot org. Thank you for listening.
"actally" Discussed on In The Thick
"Two of the big we are doing a live show from last you that Mexico Mexico City, my whole side, Julio Rica, lavar era, we're recording the amazing Gaza that I only see that -fornia here in the capital may. So those of you who listen to in the thick know that we talk a lot about the issue of immigration and migration YoM we're gonna talk about it differently on this edition because we're gonna talk about this through the eyes of may he go and people who live in Mexico. So joining us on stage illness, Don, she's an immigration researcher and coordinator of the Linda and collective say. Welcome to come on up, give up picking around applause. And also joining us is Maggie. She is from otros dreams and all that also Chawla house. Welcome to this stage. Georgia house house. And we are so excited because that's how we roll on in the thick in Mexico City where we are coming back where sure we gotta do this again because we just love transfer this audience, we love our Mexico City on its, and we also love the fact that we have live illustrations. Her name is mighty Malta. She's a super talented illustrator. Mighty Lawrence O contain us by Motaung. She's going to be life illustrating the conversation. So give Give it it up. up. We're gonna share her wonderful art on social media in the thick show down the road. But give it up. Thank you. Thank you my. So, you know, what's interesting who you're is that I got here to Mexico City a couple of days ago because we are reporting for let the USA we're doing a story about the reality of people who have been deported and what's happening to their lives here. And when I stopped people on the street to say in Spanish kid. Yes. In the ninety s you the other Gary recital? They would immediately say, well, you know, they're decent people. And I know that they're just looking for work. And I know that they don't really plan on staying here. And I would be like, oh, you think I'm asking you about the migrant caravan asking you about people who have been deported or compromise dates back and for them. It was like a they conflicted the two things the truth is is that Mexico right now is dealing with the reality that there are about seven thousand seven thousand five hundred people who have come from on Dudas searching for refuge in the United States. Of course, Trump is saying all kinds of insane crazy wacky probably tweeting something right now that he's just don't pay attention anymore. He's just an American president who's insane. Sadly, especially on the immigration being in Mexico. Oh, the future foreign minister of Mexico, but he said that these people have to be stopped, but unless Monroe locus over on the other hand the future president is saying possible work visas, so it's a little bit strange. There's also been a kind of nationalism coming up in Mexico and at the same time a lot of beautiful effort protests where I attended a protest a small gathering in front of the American embassy of just yesterday. Right. And then the the history of Latin thrown as people that like give charitable work. That that are trying to help migrants with the journey. That's also happening and there have been beautiful images of Mexican people making food for migrants, you just making sure that they're okay. So you've been working on these immigration issues for years in the context of right now with the caravan or just in general under the Trump administration. And may he go and changing to new president? What's the pulse here in Mexico right now actally lake this caravan is just like the reflects of reality what happened every day? So we see even more because of the carbon and because of Trump and all these condo. But the reality we are at transit country. We also export migrants..
"actally" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Your bladder days the job, I know that. The one, you know, dusk. Okay. This is the John they used to come for a treatment. And you take ten minutes, and you go to Macy's and buy a suit or spark goes, I know that. Can't tell what it's like you had cancer your bladder. They're gonna cut out your bladder. Other story. I don't want to tell you a story you tell the story. Thank you. Well, I I will note that after I got done with would a surgeon over it dot say where we don't wanna know where. All right. And they were gonna cut out your he was drawing pictures on my my torso. As far as where he was gonna cut. And while I was going through my mind. I said let me go see someone else. Can you explain please? What was he gonna do for your bladder? Well, he he was on his knees. And he was scoping my my torso out and during a picture where he was gonna cut. Where was that picture where west well the pictures on my talk show on my on my stomach and on my chest area. And I I didn't like the scope of it. And I told them I tell you what it was like to live without a bladder. No, nothing nothing. Urinate, normally never have sex life. Now, iraq. No, no. He told me he was going to ever, and I would never urinate right over. I'd never do it again and entrusted surgeon. Well, well. Being done. Sculpture directory for your number was was going through my mind. How would you know about me while you were seeing a surgeon? I I think in my in my dreams, I must have heard you on the radio my radio on all night, and you come on. And you know, I heard about you number your phone number. But I got a hold of it, and I called up immediately. They left the hospital, and I was. Our independent cancer treatment at thirty eighth and Broadway, hospitals, charged much more and have infections and super factions and chaos out here. Take when you come into our office. Does everyone know your name? Quite so. Name about. And I think that we stayed Christmas gift some of the some of us. But they are they are a fantastic staff. So tell us what it's like. So surgery, right? I couldn't I couldn't meet you. Because my insurance wasn't up to par retired gentleman and subsequently your step went to work at it. No, no. You gotta see Liederman. And they got me. Right. We fought for you. God. What we do for everyone we called and we fought for you. Oh. That's resources. They finally got me in maxim bumps in dense. I told them I fifty years have been paying insurance. Now, you don't wanna pay. Now, you don't wanna die care. And finally, they got me in grad staff, by the way, the doll. Tremendous tremendous. In and. I want you know, you you, you you recommended some care for me. And we went along with it and it worked, and I'm urinating Tommy. Like, let people know what is it like to get radio surgery for bladder cancer. Walk into this pleasant office. It's very very medical very, very subtle. And there are people are mostly accommodating, and if some. How have them hanging from LA highest yard arm and the British navy? No, the the the the the patients that she will care. Better to bury genie, very congenial and subsequently you meet actally Liederman, and he he's still shot share your treatment. And you go into you. I you get measured up for your for your ear threat is surgery. Yes. But you get your your your your. He'll frame made up because you.
"actally" Discussed on JKNews
"And so, you know, if anything happens, I go. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Yeah. But the type of business relationships I have with everyone if let's say five years later, right? Whatever I agreed on that contract. Maybe I grew as a person, and maybe things changed for me. Maybe the business changed. I am a hundred percent comfortable that I could approach any of my business partners and say, hey, you know, I know we agreed something else on the contract. And you know, I feel bad for one in the change this. But this is I I want to change it like in. This is the reason why all of them are a hundred percent cool with me bringing that up. None. No one's going to get pissed. No one's going to say what the fuck Joe. You know as long as you're being completely on his. And you have good reason. Now, it's important to have good reason. Because sometimes you can't just say I feel like it. You know, what if you wanted to change the color of the app? And you wanted to change it because you read an article that maybe orange sells better than blue or whatever. Right. So you pro-chian you're like, hey, man. I know we work really hard on his app. But I read this article about orange, you know, being really good. And I really have a good feeling about this. I think it's going to change. But let me tell you. Why look at all the greatest logos. The McDonald's one the calls junior won all of them orange. Can we try it out? Maybe your Francis for you. Crazy, dude oranges actally orange looks like you know, it looks like yellow vomit. They might say some stuff in my hurt your feelings. It might make you feel like you're stupid for even bringing bringing it up. But. It doesn't hurt to try. Right. But if you if you bring it up that way, it's it's going to be a lot different from a I don't like unlike orange or is going to be different from saying, don't like your blue. Why I don't know. I just don't feel like I want all orange now. Now that's just going to cause problems because it's like for what I don't. I don't get it. So think clearly before you confront. Maybe if it helps you even write down all the things that you disagree about why you might even learn that it was maybe you know, you that something's wrong with you for feeling a certain way. Maybe what you thought it was wrong. So I don't know, you know, you just gotta keep trying and keep communicating and in any situation if you take those two things communicate in negotiating. You are going to definitely have a rich life will of friends business partners and all kinds of also lives. You know, what I'm saying man's, plural. Yep. So that's all the time. We have for today. Thank you for your question area. I hope you guys really enjoyed it. And if you guys took for this long, congratulations, look, it was it was it was bright outside when we started. And now it's completely dark. Is like a winter time. So things are becoming a little bit. What dark faster these days, right or am? I wrong. Anyways. I'm about to go to a j Christmas party is going to be like a mud. Awesome. Hope to see you guys there. I'm going to try to log it. And thank you guys for staying so long on this podcast. If you made it till the end, you're awesome. I know you guys are looking for guests. You guys want me to talk with Jess or whoever I'm working on that. I just got to get out of my bedroom and figure out another setup and also keep those emails come in. Keep those comments come in. And if you love love love, my long talks and podcasts, and you know, someone that might benefit go ahead and send this link to someone just send it to some friends. Let them know that Joe is here. Okay. Good. Bye..
"actally" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Nineteen our time here on Casio seven nineteen. Okay. So we had the big mega millions mega millions. The the question is. Did you play it? The other question is how much money did you put into the play? Lottery officials say someone one the one point six billion mega millions that someone is in South Carolina, which means which means we never may know, we may never know who they are. I love that. They get to stay anonymous. Yeah. Do you have any long lost ankles or anything like that in South Carolina? The question if I do I should probably try to figure that out shouldn't they well, the the point is we've talked about this. If if it were if it were me I'd go under the radar so fast. You have one hundred eighty days in most states, including South Carolina. You've got one hundred eighty days to claim your price. So that's half a year to get your act together. Go underground just get lawyer up. Get a great accountant and make sure that I I love the advice we received from a caller years ago. I've shared this before the program. But in case, you haven't heard it. And if you have is worth, a repeat, this caller check-in say he won a sizable amount of money and his attorney worked with him to write a letter to everybody and their brother that he knew tell you what ten thousand bucks don't ever talk to be about money investments nothing ever ever ever. Because if you do I will be able to sue you for that ten thousand dollars you're going to give it right back to be. So so he did that drew up the letters sent him out. And most of the people said, okay. Thank you very much. Cool. Great which tells me he won a sizable amount of money. Right. But then he invested a properly, and he was doing good a lot of people just they they pay through at no time flat. They run right through it. No time flat. So you've got that one point six billion dollar prize the way it works is the cash value. So let's say you don't take the annuity. You say I want the cash upfront which most people do nine hundred thirteen million dollars. That's a good amount of money. Day thirteen million. We were talking about this at the top of the show because this was this a big story. So those of you who are with us in the five o'clock hour, you probably heard us say this. Now, you've been ruminating on this. I think for most people this be a curse this would not be a blessing nine hundred thirteen million dollars. This will wreck your life so fast. You won't know what hit you your life will be worse off than before. But it might be fun. Getting there. Kind of a chance I'm willing to take. I'd like to try. That's what he says. Right. It's like all the people that go into professional sports, and they just make millions right off the bat, then their lives in shambles. Just a few years later falling apart. You would have been better off just to go to college and get your degree and become a, you know, a something right? Yeah. Or don't go to college. And just eight drive a truck for a living is pretty darn good job. And you know. Yeah. You'll make a living go see the country. Go see the country. Right. You can do all that more mega millions. So this one grew so large because they didn't nearly three months since a player had matched all six numbers and one of the top price. I I learned there was a place in San Francisco. They had somebody had five five of the numbers at the Safeway, Safeway. And the guy the guy who got the five numbers actually worked at that. Safeway and picked up a ticket on his way out. Oh my gosh. There was another one last night that got five out of six last night. Yeah. Last night. There was a fight. That's yeah. Yeah. That was the one. I was thinking about so it's interesting so much attention on the mega millions. But everybody forgets we also have Powerball. So the Powerball drawing is tonight that's six hundred twenty million. Cash prize at three fifty four you take your picks. So one point six million dollars. Now, I don't know if this person's come forward or not I can't find any news. On that. But somebody wanted I mean, the winning tickets out there somewhere some where I always loved those stories where it's the guy who finds the ticket. And you know, the dryer and finds out he won like thirty days later. I kind of hope that happens. What a nice surprise. So your odds of winning last night where one in three hundred two million. Your odds of winning tonight's Powerball a better, it's one and two hundred twenty two hundred ninety two million. Oh, that's good. Oh, yeah. So you're saying there's a chance. So let's see here. I'm looking at this story in terms of winning the like, what are you far more likely to do? Okay. Let's just say you're trying for the mega millions or you were trying for the Powerball tonight. What are you far more likely to fall into have done to you a cetera? You have a better chance of getting murdered in the Grand Canyon. And that rarely happens. Okay. Thirty five times more likely than winning the jackpot Julius. I'm not talking about falling and getting hurt and died. I'm talking about getting murders in Grand Canyon at a place where the bad guys, hang out, usually. All right. Well, stay away from the Grand Canyon or taking off the list. You have a greater chance of having Polly actally. What's that extra toes are extra fingers? All these people with extra toes next her finger like damn it should have played the lottery. Right. Come on. Have you ever seen somebody with it? I mean, a real extra just little. No. But I'm talking about a real figure that fell as freaky. I've never seen that it's on the internet. You can look up Google are. Okay. You have a better chance of suffocating in bed. As an adult. It's like choking on your pillow. Yeah. Basically. Yeah. All right. That doesn't have. It's that is a one in four thousand four hundred forty nine chance if you pay for that if that happens as an adult, that's that's a special skill that you have. Suspecting a new board your odds of natural having five kids instead of one is one in fifty five million keep Octo mom the hell away from the lottery is five times more likely than hitting the jackpot. Or? You would think that this would be a big bigger. But it's not you have a one in three hundred forty thousand chance of getting killed by fireworks. Oh, I would think that that that happens probably all the time. In San Jose. The other day we use of pyrotechnics to celebrate the winning lottery. Please know that your your odds of dying from those fireworks are actually greater than hitting the jackpot careful. Yeah. He really really careful. The mega millions one point six million dollar one point six billion dollar ticket sold in South Carolina. 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"actally" Discussed on World News Analysis
"Well, as a Russian experts say, this is a second blow second the series a blow to the global strategic stability and also to the system global system of I'm control and numbered for aging and the US out of this treaty trigger. Actually, I'm again or even the nuclear arms race. So extreme. The whole would is another much afraid of that. So now Russia condemned the plans and vowed respond, and we heard from President Putin earlier told an international policy forums. So she that Russia would only launch a nuclear strike if a if it's early warning systems spot like missile heading towards his territory, so also a related comment. So how do you expect Russian site to respond to this decision? Oh, what a present. I think the whole would including Russia. Is going to watch what would be next after the plowed and the what's your net. His this really going to do and then Russia were property state. But anyway, Russia would not exceed the United States and Russia has assymetrical technology symmetrical. Weapon systems to attack the US. Advanced of women systems so more about Russia. How does Russia think about it deal? You mentioned Joan Boeton the hulk wants to quit the deal, but how about Russia. Oh, well, you're I think Russia knows very clearly jumbled is very very much entire Russia and actally news. Not. In the security aspect is. The main actually Maimuna K two of the headline was the comp demonstration. So the Russia, of course, wants to improve relations with the United States. And we know that after you crane incident in twenty fourteen the Russian relationship is not at the lowest point, and this does not of Russian interest me the the US interest. So the both country wants to improve bit. But in the United States Renault that the. Especially in political talk as whereas in academics people as the any most of the Russia and the hatred was Russia is so deep. So that's why. They do not want to Donald Trump to improve. I was in Russia. So and actually Donald Trump under the pressure of his Republican party and also just before the minimum next year. And. Exercise the new thanks economic sanctions on Russia. So I think this is from the security aspect, so the United States is none launch. I think the comprehensive attack. Russia. Also, he comes ahead of jumbled visit to Russia, and it's being reported that the Russian side is still planning a meeting between jump Olten and allowed reporting Imos cow. And we heard from Russian officials say they are looking for clarification. So what's your expectation of jump Holden's? Stay most gal to clarify this shop. I guess I think jump is going into so-called qualify. But if he's not going to anymore than Donald Trump's inches tweet. Yeah. Time accused Russia for Vinai eighteen treaty and also accused the China for developing its military forces and potent would stay two reasons for for for for the Trump administration to your out of the tree. When asked question what about Europe, a we heard Germany is criticizing the move calling all the United States to consider the consequences. So how serious is this a concern for European countries? I think this is a very. The big concern as I just say, the this treaty actually made European fear safer much different because the intermediate Ranjit. Missile with mainly attack, the European countries and was the. This. Disappeared as European countries again under the shadow of nuclear attack. So as a German, including German European countries over the they're much word about about Trump. Trump is dick. Thank you very much, professor.
"actally" Discussed on The 45th
"For fifteen percent off today. Do we wanna talk this interview. Did you watch it? I didn't. This weekend was a working weekend. All right. So yeah, I did not watch it. I didn't even know it was happening. That's how checked out I was. And then like I said, I check this morning and I was like, oh my God, but. A lot of the same, I think. But you know, it seems like Leslie Stahl who did a, it's on sixty minutes unless his interviewer for once he came up against an interviewer who cut it push back on him of it, a lot of things. It wasn't the Fox News softballs. But I mean some of that I read the transcript and some of the exchanges were just like, I'm going to read this one. Lesley Stahl ask him, will you pledge that you will not shut down the Muller investigation? And Trump goes, well, I don't play anything, but I'll tell you I've known tension of doing that. I think very unfair investigation. There's no collusion of any kind. There's no collusion. I don't wanna pledge. Why should I pledge if I pledge, I'll pledge. I don't have to pledge to you. And on and on. She post-truth stuff Trump always does. It's, you know what it is. It's there is no truth there. You can't pin him down on anything. It is a brilliant strategy. Actally as support to president does not. It's brilliant because, yeah, they'll count ability. He's not even his under his supporters understand that he's not even trying to truth. Not a question of him lying because everything he says the lie, he's not trying to convey information through his words. He's just trying to convey his position is a power. Everything says the power move. I mean speaking of a lies, I mean, I can go on, but it's all the same thing she asked him about, you know, the kashogi thing and he's like, I don't know. Maybe maybe they did. Maybe they didn't. She asked him about Russian interference, and he was pretty adamant that maybe was Russia, but I think it was shaina. He was like going hard on China and also does matter because it's, you know, it's not our. Entry and is Russia doing stuff with citizens more of the same. Like you're seeing with Saudi Arabia. He does not care if basically care if despotic regimes, murder, people abroad, it will. He's all she read. She read a whole list of what Kim Jong does to his people, and he's like, well, can I say I get along with them. We have a chemistry and she's like, you love him. He's whatever. I mean, that's who he is. It's his, I'm in love with. It was weird. That was like even for Trump. That was weird. Yeah, but one problem. It's like embracing a world where Kim Jong can invert like what Trump wants to have happened. Why North Korea next they can deal with them is that Trump wants world where they can murdered on people at will and not suffer consequences. So if on can do that, then he can start integrate more with other nations and to not opened the country, but to deal with international regimes because he won't have to do that contingent on stopping murdering, his own people. We are totally part of the new exit evil aren't we are. We are definitely we'll get totally the cornerstone of. It. The lodestone so to speak to this morning, speaking of his lies, and I don't know how how conservative media's gonna spend this. He had said, we all saw them and he's called with Warren Pocahontas. So many times saying, she's lying. He said at one rally, he would. He would give a million dollars to any charity..
"actally" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"I don't think set out with the intention to like light the world on fire with their feminist agenda. I think they wanted to write a story about something they felt close to, and it happened to be mostly ladies, and I think that was very cool. They just wanted to make a funny and also heartfelt story. And also it happened to be about women. Do you feel as though there's a progression that you can sort of identify in about a minute and a half before we have to go to break a of when you point to the characters that you've had that have been breakout, do you see any ways in which you've tweaked and done something a little different tested yourself? Yeah, I was very worried about it because all these characters are cheerful and have big pale faces like me. So I, I was worried specifically about Kimmy Schmidt and making that very different from Erin Hannon because they are both these child like kind of cheerful rubes. And I think that one of. When you have more time, I think to develop a character and to investigate that character, you learn new things about it during that sends for actally, but it's true and Kimmy had such a rich and dark Beck story that I think there was a lot to inform. The character that that she had become and there were so many layers to that lady. So I think it's it's about understanding what the character has been through that is, you know, having an effect on the person they are that day on how to distinguish a little bit from Aaron. I think she's tougher. I think there's there's a, she's she's seen darkness. She seemed like the worst of humanity, and I don't know how that can't not affect you in the person of John hayman's. It turns right, we're speaking with the EMMY nominated actor Ellie Kemper about her journey from hardscrabble childhood, which was completely not hardscrabble west overcoming educations that at Princeton at Oxford to to starring in Netflix original series, unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt. We're going out of this segment with a song male premadonna by Ellie Kemper and medications ban subtle sexuality on the NBC show the office, and I promise you there's nothing subtle about it. I'm David Folkenflik and this is on point. Done by like Parana pot of Asana. Straight out of luck. Go one..
"actally" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist
"Andrew back and hey speaking of toxic bros miles henry cavill or cavill however the you don't respect superman i know my bet i don't even know his name either now it's may and rake devil british i think over here you sure his furnish them yeah i think i think that's why it's so hard for them to keep him on screen if you look for this in the superman movies they cut around him like he can't keep a straight face during shooting because he apparently is just does not have the actally heft to carry the emotional weight of an alien who is like emotionless from krypton i is anyways so that guy decided to weigh in on the metoo movement great tape yeah i know you guys think you get this more thoughts that i'd like to share so basically the overall thesis statement of his rambling this read it just read you don't even have to just read it in a cockney accent i will not yes okay oh god why you encourage apologies to the uk's yeah that's something wanna fuck about them land chase film woman as as a traditional to that which is noise i'll take a woman should be willed and chased but maybe i'm old fashioned for tink in that are you and then he went back to his american accent and said because then it's like well i don't want to go up and talk to her because i'm going to be called a rapist or something so you're you'll be called arabia's if you're a rapist my man then he said it's very difficult to do that if there are certain rules in place rules of you know not raping women who said because then it's like well i don't wanna go up and talk to her because i'm going to be called a rapist or something so you're like forget it i'm going to call an ex girlfriend instead and then just go back to a relationship which never really worked but it's way safer than casting myself into the fires of hell because i'm someone in the public eye and if i go and flirt whereas jack snyder knows what's going to happen so he like switches from the second person like hypothetical situation you know thank you might think this too and then i don't wanna go because people are going to think i'm a rapist so then i call my exgirlfriend never worked out with in the first place it's like you oh you're really unloading in this hypothetical metoo fogging cluster fuck you'd think he was just trying to get back with his ex girlfriend his really fucked up yeah miss you kiki well geeky but he essentially was saying that he got back with his ex girlfriend even though their relationship never worked in the first place so it was like if he's dating his ex girlfriend somebody he winds south with that would be funny if she really better dating house he's like wait what the fuck is this so you guys are relationship how did that work if you were you know sublimating criticism of your current relationship through an interview with g q in which you also said and i'm kind of a rapist yeah i mean he should be therapy right yeah he should also stay single for the rest of his life because he thinks that if he talks to a woman he'll be accused of rape right which leads me to believe he talks to them with his penis you're next we know how to talk which means you know what you're going to have to sit in your house like so you do dick god now i can't come back to nanos and then he kelly you around how it happens you fine kelly again yeah yeah it just it shows you someone who already does not understand how male female interaction or just ro interaction can work where somehow by merely interacting like oh that opens me up to rape accusations like normal day to day you can be like hi how are.
"actally" Discussed on My Brother, My Brother And Me
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"actally" Discussed on The Empire Film Podcast
"It has the opening shot with officially vichy semantically he's not really very interested in in eliot ness and he's interested in that story talked about how the thing that i remember which is the step sequences not in the script online moments scripting he yeah but it's not just that moment there there the great moments as well there's good good moments you get such great dialogue people's remind people a gun stuff you get the great opening shot of deniro as alka pony could've been bob hoskins close ended up being deniro that lovely shots you have that great sequence connery's malone gets massacred so many great moments in this film and of course one of the first real outings for kevin costner is a leading man and you get real sense of decency as well sean connery is the showcase role because anyone else go and you need all these you need a really strong anchor around allows deniro to gene to be component allows sean coins go go off and do his oscar winning actally stuff and cosmo is really you say that it's not really doesn't really a diploma movie see madly but i think a lot of movies a lot of the pumice movies there's leave one called obsession they're they're they're about obsession there about about men who are driven suicide nessim necessary i think that's ultimately what it is at the at the end of the film he he changes his character he crosses the line because of his obsession with with capone and wants to ease driven to get capone blew out about obsession carlito's way you could argue is about obsession to tune scarface obsession isn't about session lydia.
"actally" Discussed on WTVN
"Is horta 637 still a little trouble up on the north out her belt so we'll get an update on that for your at six forty right now a pleasure to have terry jarrett's on the line terry former state utility regulator in missouri current national energy come leia uh happen actally officially yesterday uh scott pruitt the administrator of the epa now that uh they were beginning the process to repeal the clean power plan so when you look at that so i mean is it like everybody in the coal industry is singing happy days are here again well certainly uh i don't know there's dave the three but they're certainly is a relief that uh dismantling of the executive overreach and the regulatory openreach was the last eight years is really being dismantled in the coal industry at least will now be able to compete on a level playing field with all the other sore our suit of of energy when you look at the impacts of that you know in ohio for instance southeast ohio especially parts of kentucky we know there was a lot of people that went without because you know when the colon away their road their jobs our livelihoods went away but but can you pointed tangible numbers of you know whether it be cleaner air whether it'd be higher energy prices on why colby and back in the mix is good yeah well certainly from an economic and jobs skin coin great this will save about two hundred forty million tonnes with annual coalproduction so that mean coalmining jobs uh we'll stay kohl money coldest will save about two hundred forty million tonnes with annual coalproduction so that means coalmining jobs uh we'll stay kohl money coal mines will stay open uh that's about twenty seven thousand mining job uh that will potentially uh they uh stay up in in uh a net really in the whole supply chain about one hundred thousand job will be affected by this so it is a big deal and but when you look at that you know co two emission and all that kind of stuff people that are concerned about is there anything you can say to them like this is not a big deal were burning it better you addressed those concerns yeah well first of all it with you as you said uh the uh the plants that we have today are are super coin compared to plant from you know twenty thirty forty years ago.