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Fresh update on "gilligan" discussed on At The Races With Steve Byk
"I i do not on the ones into you know. It's a good question. I i don't. I sure it was brought up when you know when she showed up a particularly at saratoga But i never heard it. We'll tried out and then third horses in their hidden connection. I did talk to bret. Calhoun about this philly. who won. Who won off by herself at can colonial. He did say He doesn't know what she beat but what she but she did. Get a nine and a half on the rags which is pretty good for a two year. Old filly so He's pretty optimistic about her. The boys race. If you're looking for that same kind of stretch out potential. I suppose that seller tapped martin would be the would be the one Off that i was a visually impressive performance at saratoga. Got a very solid number and seventy eight fire but then keep calm. Kerryon came back to win Stellar tap there might be a couple of horses a little faster coming in How about Matthew williams coming up from gulfstream with this strike hard ten to one That effort the one turn mile. That effort will would play very well in here. Well there's like four or five horses in here. Steve with really similar buyer numbers. Seventy seven for major general seventy eight for strike cards seventy eight four sheller tap and then the maiden on the bottom with talamo bourbon highs for in wilkes seventy seven out of a serotonin maiden race so You know this is one of the many things that makes this a tough pick. I did go with stellar. Tap will forever live racing lower as the nine thousand four hundred and forty six winter for steve asked me There was no drama in it They got enjoyed the stretch around the horseshoe off won by five and change and I i'm going to go with him. I mean just the topix. They you know. They seem to relish the extra distance. steve has a lot of foundation. And a horse. Like this. so i'm gonna go with stellar tap over Here i'm looking under the hermits picks Lucky boss who was a pretty good second down at ellis and major general one of the two todd. Two year olds chopin for these steaks. Nice this is a good day. This really is a fun. This is a fun race and I'm looking forward to talking to nick. tamra too because these two races are part of the cross country. Pick five Along with the turf stakes at belmont and the woodbine mile really crazy good sequence tomorrow for the cross country cross country pick five going on that long they gotta wait all night to see the results of it. It's a. it's a five hour ordeal. It's it's longer than gilligan's island than the tower of the minnow starts starts at five fourteen ends at ten fifteen and that just reminds me for an odd reason of andy surly quote that i i. It's my favorite quote of his. It's like why would you bet on sports. It's like waiting three and a half hours for the result of a stewards inquiry last night watching that game. Who would've just it's just torture. Watch something like that. After the giants and the redskins. Of course i did not watch it. Well was watching. The giants has been torture Granny zahn later. And i'm sure he's still a glow from from his w. f. t. Victory He's greg is literally the only washington fan that i know. And i like certain. And i've been to half dozen those games of that. That terrible stadium. They got there in suburban maryland. And that's only because my buddy retired trainer larry horny. junior Is a huge washington football team fan too so hail to the.
How to Juggle Your Photography Business and Your Day Job With Kevin Gilligan
"Not unusual in fact my guess is that fifty percent of the industry are made up of part time photographers and i don't think that has changed in the last thirty or forty years. It's always been that way going back to the very early film days. There were so many part photographers out there. That were primarily came out of the educational world. And we're teachers because teachers were often the summer it was logical connection to photograph during wedding season and there were so many photographers out there that we're taking advantage of that time to create some additional income so the challenge today is just the same as it was. Then it's finding balance kevin. What are some of the things you've found work for you to maintain your sanity and and balance when you're when you've got two different challenges like that and two very different careers You've identified a really really important question point There's the obvious in many parts to it for my perspective number one is. I think it's really important to get input and have a discussion with the people that you're close to around you if your you have a partner. You're married if kids. Whoever it is that is really important. Issue time wise to have a discussion with them about you know what are their needs. What is reasonable amount of time for you to be working on this. And i think you have to really do an assessment about you know what your ability to meet all your needs is if you want to keep those relationships happy and i do. It's very important to me that my wife is happy and my kids are happy. So i think about that. And i think that's really important And in terms of balance the funny thing is is that for me for targeted. Not like a second job. It's still some that i love and i'm passionate about. So it's i want to do. And i think when you have a full-time job and other responsibilities what i find is that you know some weeks. I'm doing a lot of work in photography and some weeks. Maybe i'm not doing any little kind of go with the flow with that and you know someone. Someone said to me kevin. How do you get all this one friend assistance all time. You know your your fulltime lawyer photography you know you do martial arts you other things. How do you get all of. And i say i plan things out weeks ahead of time and i give myself extra time to get stuff done and people don't respect my time and cancel on me. You know late or whatever then you might have to cut those people out you know. I have to be particular with my time. And i have to be you know not rigid but i have to stick to that and plan out so that i can do things and i think that kind of planning is really important
"gilligan" Discussed on Alchemy This
"gilligan" Discussed on Alchemy This
"Drive to my mother's house now. I didn't put it in the dish. That's disgusting a what did you do with a muffler. good sir. Well you see here that the stew is baked right into the muffler. Then i think you'll find the meat. Delectable snow is that the secret ingredient valley. Your mother's house redneck cooking competition. It will jamie that that twelve woodbridge's get up here greg. Look i know we've had some out in the past but I want you to know Somebody just spent on. My mom knows about that. I love match so greg. I love this new show. You get redneck. Tessick has got a lot of ratings. People are really into it you know. I like Maybe we could do something with this yet. Great greg there. Are you on my losing. Ed dropped the call. Greg just talking to you keeping a very a very happy that that you that you like But listen i'm out of the. I'm i'm out of the game. Met of the writers game. But you just have redneck cookieshow. Lets your show so my show. That's my show. But then i'm done i'm done. This is just a temporary squall. We'll get you back on land anytime greg. Don't don't worry we're gonna make one more loop around the island. Thank you look. I don't know. I don't know why you're calling me to be honest. What what what. What is it. You want to hear me when i initially said guys that go ahead. I'll say this shows. Do well love to new pair up with you again. But here's here's isaac. Isaac should woman fell off the boat. We should be focusing on her. Don't listen to anybody in the background. I'm really excited about the show that i'm working at okay. I decided i wanna make it a reality. Show gilligan's island. And i think you're gonna like it. A lot were heard you. Is it good i. It's just that. I got on this ship all right well last dish to look at here. Tell us what you prepared for us. That's a beef. Wellington willing to grow. And what was the secret ingredient found at your mother shop. Oh give me one second. I'm getting something in my earpiece here. Turns out that the gentleman who's not from the south but his mother's house in the south the meat has been tested. turns out that's his mother. He actual mother a redneck was redneck tax. Holy shit man. That's a turn man cooking competition and every you've eaten as that human human rednecks. We are not angry that you're still in the competition back to you sir. Really well now. What was the secret ingredient. You've got your mama's house. are can't believe. That fellow used his mama's nick Yeah so in the house you know. We got all kinds of spices So used the possum spies now. That was the secret ingredient. Very nice all right now. We will take these over leaning. Well we'll we'll look at this guy man that's last year's winner holy shit man l. Well okay look. I got a whole bunch of people in here. They're going to be the next rednecks chef. Did you just beam from outer space. A dead man. Yeah on top. Grandpa wash this. If i can use phrases jumped the shark cooking show. Honey really got a mighty no honey. This one guy admitted that he cooked mom but no one cared another guy just proved physics wrong but beaming in a right and the weirdest part is that somebody made a beef. Wellington honey got honey all right so so the champ is back wha-wha-wha-wha-wha-wha-wha-what your business herald man. I'll tell you are now. Well we gotta do. Man is what we gotta do. We gotta make sure that everybody comes over here and everyone looks in the eye and tells new y all right because nobody leaving here telling me i the j. all right now hold on all right. Look look i'm not against this. I think we should call the creator of the show to see if he's okay with this though what you say i don't know man. I'm just on the competition or somebody call gray. But yeah greg listen is teri down at the show and It was a terry grandpa. Jones showed up last year's winner. We also dead and He just walked onto the set. Somebody said he beamed on the set. I ain't buying that. So what would you like to do. A quandary as to whether or not he should arguments. hey isaac. We don't see we don't see eye to eye lot of time. So right i gotta ask your professional opinion. Oh my gosh yes. Please ask him something you know. Have a very popular cooking. Show right produced from the island to right. I can't get any work on the island. I can't get stick. look look vote anisur idea. We have last year's winner who was presumed dead is now back. And he is asking me part of the competition and the parliament. He says he wants to be a part of is. If i understand this correctly he wants all the contest. Look into their eyes and tell him why now. Do you think this is wise. You got now the guam black. They're just only covering a phone call between somebody in the production office. Yeah it sounds speaker hunting. you're missing i think. Oh man that's that's just got unwieldy good afternoon. Would you like to try a free. Sample of our double fudge brownie. Oh sure that's very good. I'll just take one more just to be sure yup still very good. Some things never change like never being able to take just one example and geico. Saving folks lots of money on their car insurance macadamia nut. I taste can take one more sir. I thought so fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percents or more fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more. Is that shakespeare. No it's geico. Shakespeare from one of his unpublished works. Whitby not for awakening. Nee may give the berries fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more no. It's from gyco because they help. Save people money. I hate to break it to you but geico got it from shakespeare geico fifteen.
"Gilligan's Island" actress Dawn Wells dies from COVID in Los Angeles
"Has died. She played the wholesome in the nineteen sixties. Sitcom gilligan's island her publicist says. She died wednesday morning in los angeles of causes related to covid nineteen. Besides her acting career. Wells has been a teacher and a motivational speaker. Wells was eighty two years old. I'm
Dawn Wells, star of "Gilligan's Island," dies of COVID-19
"If you have not heard the news today, you might as well get it from a friend. Dear Sweet Mary Ann. Dawn Wells passed away this morning. At age 82. And I was mentioning earlier for My particular generation. Guys who were elementary school students. On, then would watch it in reruns in junior high and secretly on into high school or college. The question would come up. Ginger or Mary Ann. Ginger is portrayed by Tina Louise was a Hollywood Well, a siren. You know, one of these Voluptuous. Well, she was a sex symbol, okay? And ginger kind of her whole persona was geared into Vava Vou. Mary Ann, On the other hand. Was sugar and spice and everything nice. But wow, everybody seems to Or most guys had a thing for Marianne. And I don't think, Miss Mary when mind me telling you that I mean, it was years before. We met and jump the broomstick. It only met promoting. It was just one of those one of those little what would be the term Uh, not even platonic because it's it's like a TV thing.
Dawn Wells, Mary Ann on 'Gilligan's Island,' has died of complications from COVID-19 at 82
"Is a result of covert 19 complications. Wells died earlier today she played Mary Ian on the famous hit TV show. More news on demanded ktrh dot com or next updated
"Gilligan's Island" actress Dawn Wells dies from COVID
"Dawn wells the actress. Best known is marianne off the nineteen sixties. Sitcom gilligan's island has died of complications related to covid nineteen. She was eighty two. Npr's anastasius you'll has details. Actress done wells was synonymous with the character of mary-anne gilligan's island the wide eyed pigtailed. Wholesome girl next door the show for only three seasons starting in nineteen sixty four but it defined wells actress and it's run for decades and syndication wells even named her two thousand fourteen. Self help book. Where would marianne do. Well started out as a beauty queen in the early nineteen sixties. She appeared on shows like seventy seven sunset. Strip and bonanza in recent decades. She began producing as well including tv. Movie called surviving gilligan's island on associate syllabus. Npr news new york
'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells dies, COVID-19 cited
"Actor don wells who played Mary Ann on Gilligan's island has died in Los Angeles of causes related to covert nineteen she was eighty two I marches are a letter with a look at her career I don't know what Tina Louise had the glamorous role on Gilligan's island don wells was the real life beauty queen she was miss Nevada in the nineteen fifty nine Miss America pageant after Gilligan's island wells did Peter and became a teacher and motivational speaker she embraced her past as Marianne but admitted it sometimes type caster well said in two thousand one the Gilligan's island cast was tight because the show did not become beloved until it was syndicated we all bonded together because the critics hated it so much I think the turning point came after we went off the air I don't think we had any idea
Billionaire accused of tormenting neighbor with 'Gilligan's Island' theme song
"So there's a and check you like this story, too, because it's about a guy who's so rich that he really doesn't care about following the rules anymore. He's a 76 year old billionaire investor named Bill Gross. He lives in Laguna Beach, California, and he's been in a battle with his next door neighbor. Another rich guy, 56, year old, very rich, but slightly less rich guy named Mark Topic. Who's a tech entrepreneur now Mark the second guy. Doesn't like the bill put up a 22 ft long blue glass sculpture on his property last year, and he put up pulls and netting to protect it. Now, Mark says, it's blocking my view. So he called the city to complain. You know, it's not blocking his view, You know, He just thinks it's ugly. It is making the whole neighborhood ugly. 22 ft. That's pretty big. Anyways, so he called the city to complain. Bill got his revenge on him. By blasting the Gilligan's Island theme song at all hours of the day s O Every time this guy comes home at full volume, hears this back just flew over and over and over And over this time you even know what Gilligan's Island Is that where that bucket right By the old TV show that was killing old TV show from the sixties. You know, he said in his house waiting for him to pull up in his car. Yeah, Gilligan's Island so guilty he must know something he must know. His neighbour doesn't like to show it to you like the show because it's very maybe Gilligan slept the guy's wife. We don't know it's going to be an inside story of why'd he picked that theme song Lawsuits charges restraining orders have been filed. There's going to be a hearing on the restraining order's harassment charges next week and They think they can do no music until the middle of next month to get the rights for his permit for a sculpture. But until then, way something way more
"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Casual that way. I think I need to add to that sound effects nothing like a popa friends disapprove. We'll be East pro-abortion as well. I've got coming on next isn't it? They load up I can't wait until POPE FRANCIS IS THE ANTI Christ starts trending. CAN HAPPEN LOAD UP Steve. Yes. Yes. Good Morning. Yes I have a list of last name. Hold on why why is your phone connection terrible hold on Really you're okay now. Good. Okay. So have last names are GonNa read tonight I WanNa see if you can figure out the connection between them. Sherpa Presario to our. Lamb Langley route. Do, you need a hint. That I have no idea. wildcats is your hint. Oh, the Goldie Hawn Moving Med Vac Hamel Ra-. Wenski to more. You are Simone and Minahan while I know the last two. Win The nineteen ninety-three the last days of. Boyd. Third Soccer third soccer team. Yes. Needs Wicky was at the coach's name Doug. Correct. Doug, needs whiskey give me the. Games again. Actually I. that's funny. I'll tweet you the photo. Hanan. Sherpa Lamb Shorto Dawar. Wangling. Route. All the boys know old field they will feels on that team. Show Me Peter Shasmi So, young shown Montana's Oro reading ten I'm they are so every a play, a sport, every season, and we'll start with basketball in the fall. You had to play a sport and they're like just play third soccer because it's an intramural soccer team is actually we actually had a great time. It was fun I. I. Actually enjoyed that the coach needs and Doug needs whiskey. He was a good guy. I can tell you didn't take it because you're wearing a shirt and the team photo I'm wearing. A flannel shirt and. Definitely, not not to biggest issue, but I enjoy it. That was a hell of team to help a team. and. Already that you went to New England, but you absolutely choked. From sixteen from four from what? I Have A. New England. Oh, I played terrible in the New England playoff game. Yeah. Oh. My God. I couldn't. I. Had Excuse because the gym that we played that we played during the season and I had a great game there I couldn't hit a fucking shot that day. Oh, it was brutal brutal was that. That the game didn't I drove through the blizzard at store it was not not that was earlier that year. No that was no because I think we're at the. The weather was I. Think Okay I. I had no excuse. I could make a fucking shot that day. Excuses. No real quick. Last week you referred to me a Steve's own buds men. Just have a couple of quick corrections. Sure. Show last week Steve on the podcast and then tweet suggested that. Fans take out take out a reverse mortgage in order to buy more raffle again today as a matter of fact Yeah well reverse mortgages I don't know if he was aware are only available to people over the age of sixty two Over the age of sixty two. Well, we'd better, for Jerry live show probably. From the how do convince convince your parents to take out a reverse mortgage? Was that Steve Convince your parents to take out a reverse mortgage it's necessary Isaac he go ahead and. yet the second one, last week Steve set that Biden were not really helped. You had an earpiece in a debate because it would be too confusing. Is that correct Steve? Yeah I think Kirk and I both agreed on that I would agree with that. Yeah. So it was the only. Steve said that Thom Hartmann was fed information through an earpiece and that's why he was able to beat Stephen Literally was. Whether, you've been distracted saying I'm just saying Hartman is a professional broadcaster who is used to having things fed his ear. Why do you hate this guy so much steve angry. You're talking he's like he's like photoshop fact checking. Too great segment. I.
"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"About. A Lot. Of predictions. Ever, to throw to the good track record, he said sometimes I miss. Nineteen said guaranteed by the fall of nineteen Ab to there's going to be judged on the world. Two thousand four hundred God. TOLD HIM President Bush. Re election the blowout. This isn't let me tweet out the show account. It's not. What do you mean? A haunt me back in. I. Thought it was I thought it was shadow ban for a second there could be. Darren rebel. When be surprised? More these predictable. Two thousand six declared that storms and possibly as soon. NAMI, with America's coastline sometime in two, thousand six. Maybe something bad as soon I'm in the Pacific northwest. Because a lot of predictions. The next thing is the election is coming up in just a few weeks at which time. According to what the Lord told me, the president is going to be re-elected. I'm not I'm I'm saying all maze getting vote vote for whoever you want to vote for. That's nice. By all means let your voice be heard, but it's going to lead civil disobedience unrest of great proportions then awards Israel and so forth and so on. But what are you talking about? The. There's a in the book of revelations in the estimate a a great war involving. Israel, proceeds Jesus coming back He also wished that face the vomit button. So he could click on every time he sees a photograph of a gay couple kissing. Oh. That's the story we didn't get to. Watch. Tomorrow I. Mean that was happening. May Adultery Pat Robertson males have a tendency to wander a bit and what you do, what you want to do is to make a home. So wonderful he doesn't want to wander. That's fair a with Alzheimer's stricken wife. I know it sounds cruel. That's when you start it that way it's not gonNA, be good. But if he's going to do something he should divorce from start all over again but make sure she has custody care and somebody's looking after her. Three kind. That's the kind of love. Jesus. Advocate what till death do us part of the marriage vow? He said, Alzheimer's is kind of death. Well Hey. He's got you on a technicality there on Walt Disney world's gay days. I would warn Orlando the you're right in this way of some serious hurricanes and I don't think I'd be waving those flags in God's face of our you. Bring about terrorist bombs, earthquakes, tornadoes, possibly meteor, which that we asked this guy on, pat? Yeah. Sure. He's kind of like he's kind of like the ayatollah. The ayatollah has said for a long time that adultery causes earthquakes in Iran on the role of a man and woman I know this painful for ladies the here. But if you get married, you've accepted the headship of a man, your husband, the headship. Yes. spook crisis the head of the household and the husband is the head of the wife and that's the way it is period. Now, even sex when you have a period I, hear that part of it, you find them. On homosexuality. Many of those involved in the Hitler Satanists, many were homosexuals do things seem to go together I mean assassinating Hugo Chavez. You know I don't know but this doctrine of assassination but if he thinks we're trying to assassinate him. I think we are. We really ought to go ahead and do it. Religiously, Steve I duNNo. Yeah he doesn't. Doesn't selectively religious I feel like if I was if I was at a church in, he was preaching might have some questions. Yeah. No kidding. But I don't have to find a new church. All right up they are loaded. I'll take a couple and get out of here. Hello. Hey. Kirk I was just wondering have have you had Kobe test? I have. Yes. With after a little Barron trump came over to play blades with Harry, is that was it? Yes. Actually fuck what's thought about that I didn't think of that either we did they. Played. Social Distance. It's actually been a long time since Merrin called the show. that. By the way, according to Boston schools built one side. Thanks for the call The citywide seven day Kovic positivity rate is crews to five point seven, which means ball schools will be suspending all person in school learning for a Thursday tomorrow I think it's really good. We've got to protect the teachers here. He Cova. Survival Rates Ages Zero Nineteen, ninety, nine, point, nine, nine, seven, percent pure. It's about protecting the teachers. Yes. Teachers need to come first in a situation like that price aches these these little kids they just need to sacrifice a few years of their childhood so that the teachers can feel safe. Breaking News Pope Francis. Up Steve? Yes. There is voiced support for civil union laws for same sex couples. I'm saying he's the first gay pope telling what the first you know..
"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"Seven inches. Seven inches. Yeah. Hard because you. Know. I don't know it's hard to tell I haven't I haven't I haven't seen a lot of Jewish Dick's well, speaking of Dixon Barstool penises I should say night but the somebody offered a shove dictum throws Willie, Cologne? Who is being rumored takeover in the afternoons fan now third they're make really. Yeah. Car. Yeah that'd be interesting. Joe Beningo is out he did the whatever he's retiring. So now Craig Carton is now going to go there I saw one of those guys that the post is saying is Not The post can tweet it out, but his will you call so that? I mean he's not gonna be doing for hours of radio a day. He would leave. Yeah. You would leave I I I mean, I don't spend that opened up a gap in morning Radio Kirkland. With those guys but no, I mean, maybe it's bullshit rumor maybe willies throw the bar. So I I and I know Dave talked about it on one of the shows any maybe it'll come up this week but I saw him being rumored as well. I mean it's great great for contract negotiations for Willie. True. As the case drew start a little bidding war in the post this amazing the income though and you know obviously, I, hate them but like you can. You can go back and he's sports craving in the commercials with the casinos and gambling all the stuff that you have credit card do stuff like that in some form or fashion. If you criticize the baseball team, you know you're you're gone you never back there ever kearns ratings were okay. But they weren't my ratings I mean I don't want to go like he does he's also not great. It's it's a weird. It's going to happen example, open their faces eventually bonanza weird move. I think with the with the trends in sports gambling it's going to be such a big ad category that there's just no way they can avoid. Reads for them. You have credit card to reach for. The help he can do the helpline disclosures that's the end again. We really can do the gambling. Helpline dislosures yeah I guess you know. I maybe. Maybe, they maybe they maybe they lean into it and ease brutally honest about everything that happened and they do gambling commercials. During the breaks like me it's real gamble in the I'm not saying gambling addictions, real thing either you. Know? No, no no. Not Right. What? Panache is gambling a real thing addiction real thing or no I. Think the. Pro Gambling Line is that it is one eight, hundred gambler perfect call that I'm with you hundred percent get to work on that if you have those issues, but it's not, it's not the line then then no gambler whatever we want but. But You know it's just seems it seems I mean with things ain't bigger and bigger and bigger and bigger I mean I don't know who knows but. Maybe maybe will go in there and make a lot of money and do well I. Think it's going to be disastrous to blow up in their faces and I'm happy about that. But we'll see I. don't know what kind of money paying anybody in radio today anyway I also think that it will be interesting more on the gambling side to see how brick and mortar casinos survive this pushed online gambling, which has been greatly helped by corona virus because nobody wants to work at a brick and mortar location. Albie up adventure everyone will want some fine casinos. Yeah. Yeah. Everyone will want to but I'm just wondering what's what like even for? Company like pen that has you know the APP is going to be. So. Do you forgo going to a brick and mortar location because you can just do everything you want gambling wise a tough call I esau we're talking the other day some casino in Vegas just shut down for like four days a week. Now forget bug a big one. For weekends which makes I mean given the size of these places. It does make sense just you wonder at like if they set up the blackjack table and they've got hanging plexiglass. Know is that does seem tough. We'll take a few calls and get out of here. If you don't mind. Yeah, the only other piece of audio I have was A. Election, year. Prediction from Pat Robertson. I saw that. She's Jesus told him trump's GONNA win Pat. Robertson was illegitimate presidential candidate one year. He's got to be what? One hundred, twenty, six. how old is he? Looks One hundred, twenty ninetieth. Uni. Asteroid thing again because he always does that No no saw the asteroid thing. It's trump wins, and then there's like war with Israel. Okay. In the end times he is ninety. He is ninety. He was a real presidential. He competed in states. Nineteen lunatic. You got play the play this on one. That was a senator to could be wrong. Can't play the sound long connecting enough. That will play that some point.
"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"I R. K. to sixty four, thousand texts, Kirk to sixty four, thousand curb to sixty four, thousand kirk to sixty four, thousand painter life. Please do that. What else? Did you see that big cat and part of my take got matthew my head. I. Think it to listen to you actually want to be interesting from the they tweeted out sounds like that. He was He was playful think. So He's got a book that he's pushing because he was on Fox and friends this morning to he was. Yeah. yeah I. I'm actually willing to listen. He's got a book out right yes we get some like. I'm sure it's a bizarre. Yeah. Always a bizarre human being, but he's actually he's one of those top tier celebrities that I wouldn't actually mind listening to. Again I don't know how great the audio quality will be because they have to do it by zoom but be interesting to hear Dan, kick it around with him I. Think it's a good get I mean for sure I saw the clips. Yeah. I actually I was actually listening today at some point Just, to see a just see what he says, but yet who knows, but that's a great get for them. It the In, the WHO's on Fox and friends this morning. It's interesting. You haven't had a chance to watch and I just saw somebody tweet about it. You think you think you would be the kind of a political guy. But if you WANNA if you WANNA be aware the most eyeballs are you gotta do Fox he southern to he may be Republican is even political I don't think so no, he's so bizarre that I think he's also now sort of purposely. Bizarre Young. Embracing Bill. Murray's does that where embrace the I'm wacky and it's gone but I think if you make enough money, you become Republican secretly even you think just to yeah just because you don't want the Republicans secretly know you want the government taking the money I understand that but I mean, so they'll vote Republican you I think I think that the lure to keep more of their property becomes bigger than. What most sensible people do? You think. We mean, you would think that that's almost sensible people do but most of Hollywood leans left listen what they say sure why? How they both as well and I, mean, there's just endless fundraiser fundraiser reap in reunion after a union resume shows for these. I don't know I've given up trying to figure WHO'S GONNA GONNA lose I I liked the process I enjoyed watch the Bait tomorrow night but I am I have to minimum one of these people i. am they beat me down I'm just like give me to a week from. Tuesday. The election and then let's move. Wanted to say, do you still WanNa do some live election coverage that night i? Think we probably should we? We did like a youtube show. Now we can do that. We could do something on. Our stream yard or something that's true. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. We probably should I don't know. Yeah I mean it's going to be I don't think Alexandria winner that night you know, but we'll have to just stream until there is a winter. Best reasonable I think we can do that can break the Stream Yard Ninety six, ninety six. Yes, right. I just I mean unless it's so decisive one way or another I don't see it happening if Florida goes early for Joe Biden, I think that yeah. That'd be bad same as four years ago. That's GonNa be but Florida key Florida counts. There early, their Mellon bows early voting before Election Day right. So that'll be more decisive. That's not something that's likely to be made up. Like Post, Election Day, vote count because trump went Florida fairly early. Last year was only four years ago rather it wasn't crazy. You remember watching it. I was watching like everyone was and when trump in Florida I was like Oh shit like this is actually this could happen. I mean it happens after that was sort but at one point during the night, the odds were. So Against Hillary Clinton I still remember these guys like John Kings and will in the. EUROPEAN CNN I watched the I. Like to watch people meltdown. I watched ABC I watched. ABC MSNBC ABC was good. Because had Stephanopoulos silver. Silver at a rough night. My my wife was very worried watching it early on I was like it was like a commercial break I was like Honjo need to worry until guys like nate silver and George Stephanopoulos if they start looking nervous then that's when you know you have to worry. They come back from a commercial and then they silvers haters all the chevrolets like well. We're looking at Pennsylvania. Now it's funny. We had ninety nine point six percent for Hillary a couple of hours ago. That was ninety four for trump. I. Don't know the only my job for the last four years he saw the same job us. Like what the fuck is doing the same thing. Yeah. I. Mean He's been a little more I think he's he's trying to learn his lesson I think a little bit. I check in them once on social media. Yeah. You might maybe just trying to reign it in on social media. No wants obviously wants by the win but. I'll be curious to see who. I was watching NBC four years ago 'cause I was watching you know Andrea Mitchell crying on the air in all these they can't handle it. This time is going to be so much worse if trump Wednesday, they did see you know the game is over the pretense totally overnight. It'll be interesting to what Fox does if Biden wins though. I don't think I. Don't think you'll be crying. No, but they're going to be digging say suppression when when does it when as the rigged election narrative early early the Pennsylvania you know the river's full of oats and the multiple voters and the dead voters and the that's GonNa get hammered. But matter the FBI sat one hundred dollars laptop. That's true. At true saw it. Now, I see that Joe Biden is talking about. Marty Walsh and Charlie Baker for cabinet positions yes. Yeah and I guess Charlie Baker was asked about it and he gave the classic while I'm happy with the job I have. Yes please to. Head of aviation whereas Sunday flying. 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"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"NOPE, that's. Fine. Whatever We'll get, we'll be able to hear the real deal tomorrow on the show. Yeah. I'm looking forward to it very much so. what else we got. Well sad loss on the Kirkman hand network. What happened. Devastating News. I'm. Not. Sure how recover It's always sad for me. It's an emotional moment. I have to take something who gives a shit file. Put something else in because I'm the miss that thing I took out and put actually took out when they announced they were joining the Youtube Channel. Put. The mental in cells are no longer. Now I have no beef with any I should say that with the Guy John and being in the other idiot guy there five, they're Nice Guy I think they're nice guys. They were tried hard to be good in the fans and all that I appreciate them doing their show. They're welcome to come back over the like if they want to stay away. Fine. I just hope they don't think that. Like. We did something wrong I mean. I. I you know we'll just sticking with their guy. Respect Loyalty, but I mean we'll stole from US lied his boss Gordy found actually message me yesterday semi and said, sorry, that will such an idiot basically and then realized she she threw him under the bus. pulled backed up and clean the rain over M- again just saying he baby's idiot and you don't like the we fired him in the first place because you sing it's still got rid ended in the first base and Subic my contract and speculating stuff, and like I truly think wills got some real issues. He should probably address and get taken care of and then gets affected his performance here in some ways well on being truthful. I. Hope he does well and everything but he our streaming, which again I understand is not a big. You can steal my car or burned something down. But he stole and he knew he did it and he tried to cover his ass and to me it's like I'm trust. Your mom gave you a bunch of chances good luck the fuck out and so on. and. If the if the Menzel Intel guys WANNA WANNA follow it. That's yeah. Okay. That's once I with him. So the matter to me I mean good luck to them everything but you know they're welcomed they want to do a show again they can do get they don't know it doesn't matter why are any of them bitching? Oh I didn't I didn't see any bitching I saw. The making a big production of it on twitter Oh is that right? Yeah. Yeah. I mean whatever they can do that and then. I mean, what are you supposed to do I mean? My supposed to just no problem. You know it's Kinda. Dick move. I mean, if someone. I guess if he will was going to do that, then you know what else? Yeah. Not of don't trust very, very basic. You get along with right fine. Get along with the fine yet. Did he apologize to you? Yes, he did. What did he say he texted me by you know he'd. Up. Okay. Justin, by the way, thrilled to be able to deliver the news. To Wheeler to to will in the Menzel in did he say I just told you didn't we didn't have a conversation but I just texted him and told him hey, just just you know wills not going to be doing youtube stuff anymore just so excited full staff. Hasty just seeing this, her the episode, my mistake using extreme yard I thought Justin new still using the account which I realize now with the show account and I apologize for what do you think it was I shouldn't I should have either asked Justin or used John's like I said I'm genuinely sorry something like this won't happen again. he's right up. I mean you know it's not the end of the world, but it's like at some point, you have to be held accountable when you do fucking stupid shitty things and that was a dumb thing to do these other bunch of dump stuff we kept bringing back. We gave show. I. Didn't you know that's it but also you know if you're going to go off and create your own thing, create your own thing. Correct. And I have no problem with that we promote your. Come. Get Studio Space From Austin than us all of our. Phones and all of our equipment and it has to be. A repercussion if for actions I mean there has to be Repercu-. Maybe I'll. Maybe an old man. Yeah. Hey, maybe it's our lost ten years from now the in cell Intel's going to be horrible show. Clear. Horrendous but they're welcome to do it whenever they want to come back and do know will gone. But if they WANNA do that will they're welcoming they want to go on their own good luck in the that that's fine. That's their that's their That's your choice. What else I have a parody song dedicated to Mr Corrobos. Oh Wow. Okay. Let's hear this. This is going to be his last week right his last week with baseball world series going on right now right maybe next week now the world series stretch out forever or no? Yeah. I, know better than I do I have. True, I have no idea. Buki bets play it. I have no idea dogs playing I. 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"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
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"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"From box of awesome dot com you do it as well. Into my name, Kirk at checkout. What did you do shaming Chris Pratt or something? So I guess a bunch of the marvel comics. Universe people get together with Kamala Harris and because. Yes. You'll by goals but yes. So they got together for you know Hollywood is trying to do this recreation of of Harris to make her like she's cool and happened with it, and apparently she's a huge fan of the comic book movies. They get together for these fun this fundraiser and the guy who plays Captain America's there, and some other people are there some of the big well-known libs? The Guy Plays the hulk is there And Chris Pratt isn't there and so when you know the woke tolerant liberals on twitter, discover that Chris Pratt didn't go they start shaming him talking about what a what an evil fucking conservative. Christian he is. Now he's just the scum of the earth. He's a bigot and everything, and then the controversy goes to a new level because the marvel comic characters actually you know what? Chris Pratt like despite being conservative and Christian is like a decent guy is he married a Schwarzenegger's Kid. Maybe it sounds familiar him yeah whatever. Yeah. I. It's like it's like history repeating itself though with in like the Hollywood communists like the the blacklisting in Hollywood, it's very, very dangerous very pernicious to have you know mobs of people calling on celebrities for to. Have the wrong political or religious views. I mean you say he's going for trump. No see that's that's the another thing that his the people defending him. Well, he's not overtly political. He's not overtly religious what the fuck does that even matter what if you don't put a magazine on his twitter account or in his front yard was a matter leaving the fuck along. He's star Lord. It win what? In Guardians of the galaxy his name? Yes. That's his character's name star Lord. He's got the music tape. Yeah. Oh. That's his name in the movies star Lord Yeah, he'd be He'd be basically like the Kirkman hand of the Marvel Comics Universe because he's always listening to tunes from the eighties. He there's like those move those his mommy and the tape or something. Yeah. Yeah. Those movies. All right. The director got fired I was back right I'm reasonably tweeted like all that pedophilia stuff was it the director or was it a i? Think it was director yeah. I forget what his name was. But yeah, he got he got fired and then came back and it was another thing where like the marvel comic. Rallied around. James Gunn James Gone that's right. That's right. Yeah. Yeah. He the ten million of them. Right. There were a lot of tweets and this, but he's he's one of those guys who if those tweets surfaced in two thousand twelve or even now maybe it would be different but it was right at the peak of the metoo main jokes he said of course and yeah yeah. Whereas the I mean. There's a lot of though he has obviously hates trump. I like a little boys touching me and my silly place. the IT's a joke. As I'M GONNA, go I'm going a big Hollywood film adaptation that giving you the happy ending the tree grows back and gives a killer blow job. I mean I don't really care but you know. Hotel showers the weakest ever who was. A three year. Old Boy Alright. Well Yeah. But again like I you know I'm sure he'd be might be joking whatever but you know you get. You get a break when you're on that side, you know that. They're shocking jokes he said. Basically people are advocating for Chris Pratt to get the same treatment that James Gunn, God just because he because they like it because he refrained from going to a fundraiser for Biden and Harris let's say did say went to a trump fundraiser they want him. Not to do those movies anymore I think that would be an even more egregious hack definitely advocate boycotts I duNNo. The fans of the show would want them to go is just another example of the people who preach tolerance and have the hate has no home signs in their front yard or some of the was hateful bigoted people in the country. It is true but Jesus who knows by the way we have to I don't ask US often we need to run by today I think at eleven o'clock Dale is having Doc Emerson. You know the DOC announcer just retired. Okay. Be A fucking full throated in you I mean. Come all over the place Dale is going to be in his. fucking glory mode I want that for tomorrow. The picture to the end I know Dale I wanna read bork inside me at the end of the tail is going to be like you know you're a great announcer and sometimes I forget I'm watching the game thoughtlessly to my friend. I JUST WANNA. Thank you and wish you luck going forward. It's been a great relationship and my friend John Buccigross tweet this in these right you've been America's neighbor for the last fifteen years. Thank you so much. It's going to be like that the whole time you know del saw that tweet he was like like an I've written something like that. Definitely Damn Block nearby guarantee you block you or no? Yes you bought the show. Yes. So he's blocked. So I don't know what he tweeted. I think he's blocked probably eight everybody of minivans yet it's tunnel money's pocket strength. It's going to be like you know. Everybody calls him Doc. He's America's doctor but to me Mike I Kendrick Nice to have you on today I, remember a couple years ago I was still at the station I forget what it was called Doc. Emrick I have no idea why right? Unless he's a fish, the nickname like A. I I have no idea. Up. This is a longtime ago. This is when Dino was. Still there. and. We will be talking with the Bruins in the finals and because. He has a a PhD in communications from Bowling Green State. By the way I, I saw a a real sports story and should be on him. He seems like an awesome guy like I'm sure he's an awesome guy no doubt. It's not his fault but I remember. Dino. Was said you know what kind of doctor is and I said I think he performs abortions. fucking Dale I remember day like flipped out behind, and then when the show afternoons, like you know my smart Aleck friend Kirkman hands said that DOC emrick did something that's not true. He said that he was like he's a doctor of education. Abortion Doctor Dale. Joke. He's also kind of horrible. Now he's a nice here's a cornball announced doc emrick. In Dell's mind there was like a woman in the audience who was like, Oh, I'm going to call back. Then I need tiny services they'll sprinting to the fend like it's just so dumb. Darts Arches just as cornball hockey announcer. WHO's a sweet guy sure and the entails the fucking suck him dry today. What time is that? Look it up our you'll get the sound but the yes of course, I think of detail won't cry but he'll do his whole you know. America's fortunate to call him their favorite announcer. I'm just fortunate to.
"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"I'm calling with tip I don't mean to to get in the way here I am I have an understanding that there's a group of people that are marooned on an island in the middle of nowhere they called me with a coconut I talked to him for a few minutes I talked to professor who seemed very intelligent I heard a movie star in the background. but there was some insensitivity in the area. So I don't think they should be rescued I'm I am wrestling with that right now I understand you people may be better at handling this and I am but it was it was not good and I think at one point Gilligan, who is one of the guys on the ship dressed like a woman and danced around so If you want to rescue them whatever break the story. Let me know at the same time. It is a pretty insensitive time. I was impressed with with their attitudes and how it depicts today, and also for some reason there was you know like the Harlem globetrotters came at one point played basketball at them and left, which is also I think it newsworthy story in my opinion is well again maybe I'm wrong who knows but checked off, you wouldn't get back to me. Thank you. Good, work I'm sure they're on it they they said that the inbox checked frequently. So I mean, maybe they'll break the story I have no idea. Who they doing that for what are they doing that for? Probably donors I imagine. They care. It's public access. You know it's the people who can afford to care about trivial bullshit like that I guess housewives of retired wall. Street brokers who are angling for tickets the met gala or something I was ever huge Gilligan's island fan as a kid. So he just it was not for me. It was too dumb. And I don. But this was like too dumb. I don't know. Yeah. It's just I mean it's kind of like it's shot in that same like I dream of Jeannie style where you just look at it and it's old. Yeah. My time. Yeah. Even when I was young when I was young old so it's just it doesn't you know but I'm sure it's still on all over the place you need the vibrant colors and flashing effects to keep the attention true with else is going on. We saw what they're trying to do Chris Pratt. I did see that one second. Let's talk about first of all talk about our great friends spoke post get back in the swing of things. bespoke post has brand new seasonal box of awesome collections for guys guaranteed upgrade their life. Whether it's geared upgrade on craft beers, cozy threads from the temperature dips, which is about to start. That's very nice today..
"gilligan" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show
"So you know we have Giuliani. Yes. We do. Who's where's he does he on? This is on. Newsmax, newsmax. How shall? Nice. All right. Good former let's face it. It's Biden the father who's on the ballot and two weeks anything else other than what we've seen so far tying him to hunters business. Two. Major things that I found in addition to this. which basically says that by getting fifty percent of bribery which makes sense actually. There's a, there's a hold on. Hold on hold on. Out there with the vice president which makes sense. Actually, we've got fifty percent of hunters bribe money. Yeah. Okay. Is there any proof of that? He's holding a text message? Okay. Okay. All right. Go ahead I mean Julie does crazed. If you say we really looks last time he didn't look crazy that's true. But I mean this guy who brought down fought the mob in the York cleaned up New York nine eleven like he was the most popular person in America in two, thousand, one, two, thousand, two, and now he's you know a newsmax eighteen years later he's finally for the kids swimming's glasses on peering pictures of fourteen year olds we think go ahead. Really, very, very sensitive one. Is a text message to his father. In, which he says the fall and he's discussing Is discussing his sister-in-law who for quite some time which is love. And he says she, she told my therapist that I was sexually inappropriate. This would be with a unnamed fourteen year old. Girl. When she says that facetime naked with the unnamed fourteen year old girl and the reason I can't have are out to see me is because a walk around naked smoking crack talking Tom Girls unfazed on. What does that mean when she was fresh aren't aren't Tom Girls like I I have no idea. I don't know what the politically correct term is but transgender all we wish that what? Tom I have no idea I legitimately have no idea. and. I was kidding about, chapter, I'm actually glad he's healthy I don't like him but I'm glad he's doing well boy I I just don't like the guy but I'm glad. Okay Tom Girls. A girlish boy we like like Tom got the okay homeboy opposite of a tomboy. Then at Tom Girls male identifying person who expresses themselves in Traditionally Feminine Way. And interesting times with Joe. The. Cracks borden Tom Fonder, the transgender umbrella because. I'm confused. So fucking confused all the time. TRA-. Julianne is a great example. I'm looking at pictures and they just I don't know what's going but okay whatever guy continue. That the unnamed fourteen year old girl never said anything like that. But the bottom line is that I created and 'cause very unsafe environment for the kids. This is supported by numerous. Pictures of underage girls. So Mr Mayor That is look. That's dynamite stuff I've seen it turned it over. To the, you turn on your turn it over to Delaware state police, correct yes. Yesterday Bernie Kerik, and I. To the Delaware state with very uncomfortable with this. Bernie. Kerik. In prison when he did that. So, how are you going to go to jail for? I don't know probably some union stuff. Yeah. He was. He was in the in the he was in. All right. How does how does how is this not rudy copying possession of child pornography? I know it's it's a nuance. It's a nuance disinterested. True. It's good. Point I mean, what's the study how you know they're fourteen the email? But doesn't that say in the email that he's not actually. By denies it right within that sounds like to me It's it's unclear. It's it's. By email that it might have been written between puffs of the crack pipe. Perfectly Biden's girlfriend is old sister-in-law growth whatever is accusing him. Saying that he face timed with Gimme away from the selection. Jeez. CLAUSTROPHOBIC. Pleased to hear. Anything else anything else going on I don't WanNa talk about this right now what else well want I guess still technically the election but trump storming off on the election on sixty minutes. Let's say that falls under the purview the election when they put a picture of Lesley Stahl on the Moscow and I saw yeah, I mean I I. It's like. It's very childish like he's got a I. I'm guessing he got a few tough questions. He didn't like and decides to leave and the revenge move is to tweet out a picture of Leslie like in between right. Not Masking trump cares about that. Exactly Yeah I don't get the move Jesus. All I WANNA. Do is watch Gilligan's island to be left alone. I want the cribbage Lee alone for half an hour. Can I put on Gilligan's I only get that or not? Bad News. What happened? In The Hamilton Niagara Falls area they're gonNA tell me. Much Gilligan's island. You've watched Yoga Silence Steve. Here and there never regular. Length. The plot of Gilligan's island of the characters, a bunch of people on a boat get stranded and then have to survive on the boat and there's Gilligan on the boat. Sorry on the island. So there's Ginger. One of the Babes. Yep there's the professor who's always coming up with wacky ways to improve their quality of life. There you go. There's Gilligan the skipper. who's the old the old man? You Boat Plum, my knowledge of killing. That's how bad explanation. That's actually pretty good. They survived the is escaping. The island is always just around the corner for that. He never it done somehow whether it's Gilligan's bumbling incompetent sir you know just natural disaster just never escape. So if you put on Govan's island in the area today, the following presentation is a product of its time. It depicts prejudices that were wrong then and remain unacceptable today. 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Jon Hein Tells Swap Shop the Best TV Shows to Binge Watch in New Prank Call
"The setup. We took the Jon Hein Audio Book. You know you know the audio book. Yeah where he's talking about what he's watching on. Tv and the swap shop guy. All of us. We had a spring into action. Real quick on this is a swap shop. Radio show was doing a whole theme of like what are people binge-watching so we really the good thing is when when swap shop wants phone calls. It's pretty easy to get through. It doesn't seem like anybody's really listening. So here's John Hinde calling swap and shop in good morning everybody. Game addition to swap shop. The question for the day is what was the last show? You Binge watched for me cheers. Good Morning. Happy Wednesday you're on. My name is John. Hi Yes what do you have? what do you have to buy sell trade good way today? When did the dukes of hazzard jump the shark I never mean in no harm. That is a that is that is that is a good one. That's a very good one. Dukes of hazzard chronicled the travails of the do cousins. Bo. Haag who owned the town couldn't stand those dupuoy's messing up his plans. yeah Do you have anything? You'd like to buy sell trading away. Yes Sir okay. The True Star of Hazzard County was the general league. Thanks so much for your call. I rather do dodge dukes adorned with a confederate flag on its roof and a one on either looking for your phone. Calls On. Swap shop also The question for the day is. What's your favorite Benjamin Mitchell television show the last one that you That you bench watch taking your phone calls on that as well. Good Morning. Happy Wednesday you're on swap shop How you doing? What's real quick? What's your favorite Benjamin TV show Gilligan's island. Doing silent is a good one that that is a good one. Just sit right back and you'll hear a tale of the seven. Most infamous castaways ever degree. We have we have to break. Thanks so much for your call. The S S Minnow was shipwrecked during our tour. Stop Gilligan this skipper to millionaire the movie stars per styles. Diane Marianne Stop. Actually we are going to shut down those phone lines and no more phone calls. No more phone calls on the am addition of swap shop today. No more phone calls. No more phone
China's manufacturing rebounds as virus controls ease
"China's manufacturing activity rebounded strongly implies signaling the economy is restarting I mean it's Randolph slumping external Dimond Kalanga time again the joints is from Beijing with the details Tom I mean a month doesn't make a trend it doesn't of course this is a survey of sentiment so you would expect the bosses of factories and services companies and construction companies to say yes March was in a better place than what we saw in February unless these numbers were much higher than the estimate of course much much higher than those records that we saw in favor so official manufacturing PMI manufacturing PMI came in at fifty two what about the thirty five point seven we sort of fabric for the major components well hi even if the components that are focused more on the export side expo site will still in contraction non manufacturing also must from the fifty two point three compared to twenty nine point seven back in February a word of caution or from officials here in Beijing the national bureau statistics statistics to say that there is still a severe challenge facing the economy here of course much of that is going to come down to the control all the virus and trying to put aside any risk of a second wave in terms of infection of course the external demand picture as well that we can put some questions and someone who is well placed to discuss this further is jams chairman here in China Greg Gilligan who joins us now Greg what is the mood boards the sentiment amongst your members U. S. corporates that have a footprint and exposure here in China were they telling you at this stage Tom the sentiment is call us we've done two surveys one of them's quite recent and the other one was from about a month before so naturally the second survey showed increased caution and a little bit of increased pessimism there are some additional impact projections we'll have and they base it on two different scenarios one is a return to normal operations by April thirty and the other one based on return by August thirty and so if in the first case they expect significant revenue declines but if it goes as long as August thirty then there may be as much as eight ten to fifty percent in revenues as as projected I yeah that's certainly that's certainly not small are you able to break it down for us in terms of sector by sector which companies of bringing the page more than others and where we see more momentum which businesses are able to get closer to that ninety percent or a hundred percent capacity sure the sector breakout out is that consumer and resources and industrial probably most pessimistic and then the services I would say is a close second behind that where is technology is currently not experiencing that much of a pinch yet although there forward looking projections are somewhat pessimistic so if you think about forty three percent and services expected decrease in market growth by about thirty five to fifty percent whereas the consumer and a resource in industrial sector I think that it might be more than fifty percent so now fifty seven percent in the text Dr I think that they expected a great decrease of less than five percent which is actually the surprising but good that there's some optimism out there so these are significant numbers now we will continue to survey the membership really almost on a thirty day basis so we'll have updates as well we'll be able to track along with the spread or control of the virus and track the differing sentiment among the membership
Introducing the Movie Director Game with Sam Esmail
"We have a special sort of conversation. Here we're joined by Mister Robot. Creator the Creator of the film comet The director of Amazon's homecoming. Yes Sam. Esmail saying what's up. Hello how are you? I'm so excited to be here. I'm such a fan. Oh that's very sam. You wanted to play a game with us. I did now. I want to know why you wanted to play that game with us and I also want you to explain the game. Well explaining it okay. I'll let me start by saying I'm a huge film. Learn as I think anybody who listens to the watch probably already gust. And I've always played this game with all my film nerd fans and so I figured one when I started listening to your podcasts. Which obsessed with a huge fan of I figured especially with Amanda Sort of counterpoint? To talk to your thinking Shawn's like I just thought this'll be a fun game to play the game. Basically and again. This is sorry for listeners. Who are not going to be in on this because it's so inside. It's not even that insight. It's but it's it's really not OK okay. I won't apologize here. We go is a good game in and you deserve it. It's the best director per decade and the best director who die who had their debut. That decade does that make sense. Did I explain this? Should we use an example to help people understand it? What's an example that we won't? Won't you trample on the choices that we've made here? Well we look at this decade. We had we had like a number of actually great film. Directors made their debut Jordan. Peele with get ou- Greta Gerwig with Lady Bird Vince Gilligan Man. This favorite with El Camino until nineteen many wonderful. Thanks well actually. Gertler made no thanks. But it's it's it's it's it's. It's good to bring up Vince. As an example because he actually that was his feature directing debut which is all coming up. Now the thing is it's not necessarily not saying what's the best directorial debut? Just the director that we appreciate. The most made that debut made their debut in that decade so I think that there's a couple of semantic complications around now and you know as well as I do that there are student films. Their short film features so. Let's lay the groundwork. Because Vince directed episodes of Britain. He directed the pilot breaking bug which I think was in the prior decade but we're talking feature directorial debut so that seems easy to Parse. It's not as easy to Parse as it seems. Now tell me why well. Are you talking about dual are GonNa be Spielberg is is a particularly complex example? Because of nine or you're talking about nine gallery 'cause that's TV while he made a movie when he was seventeen called firelight for five hundred bucks and is that a film. Is that a feature film even his parents saw. I wouldn't say a featured like a debut meaning. It was released in movie theaters got it. Okay commercially available. Commercially available attack. Those are good ground rules. I'm glad that we established that play into my less later on. I do consider to be because it didn't get released in theaters. Well it is a feature film but it was not this little guy but that is considering his feature debut his first full length movie right what. What's the movie after that? Then Land Express okay all right so yes we'll stick to that okay before we play the game now. The people understand the game I want but just add one other thing the interesting thing about this game and I think will when we go through. We'll see it's where the decades are hard because there's just so many amazing options and where the decades are not A. There's not a lot of options. I just find the conversation around that to be interesting because lanes a little bit about where movies are and where they're doing exactly specifically the nineties which I thought was just a burst of like creative inspirational film makers and then the very decade after the ONS which I struggled I struggled to find. I have some counterpoint to that point but I I wanna use this as an opportunity to pick a bone with you. Oh Wow okay I resent you. I resent your your appearance on this podcast because what I what we need. What this podcast needs is people like you making movies and television shows will but you love movies and you film in a very discreet way. Yes but and I mean I guess we're going to get into it right now. It's gotTa think about think about indie filmmakers. What happened let's say Ryan Kugler? Who Loved Fruitvale? Right mazing what happened to him. After he made fruitvale he went into the machine he went into the machine. And that's what's happening with a lot of these other directors and that. That's the difference between the nineties and now so I think. Pta came out with holiday today. Is he making you know Batman in two years and by the way no not dissing on Batman? I'm excited for When Matt Raises Version of it? Because I'm a fan of his but I think it's just the industry is dictating a lot of what directors are doing now and you know and not to 'em this point that's the machine that we're in right now so and that's more reflective of the decade so t to to get to my TV point. Tv's where you get to make the interesting shit. I don't know if I could have made mister robot as a feature in fact I tried well. That was my fault. Got a little long winded. With how long was that? That forty five. Our film now That feature from I wrote ninety pages of wasn't even into act tune. That's when I realized I was in trouble. Was there a divergent path for you where after comet you could have just doubled down and said I'll stay. I'll continue to stay kind of broke but I'll keep making movies will. Yeah I mean that was the plan I was going to make Mr Buzzing indie feature and got stuck with it and Steve Golan Who You know owns anonymous content who Read the pages of Missouri Button at the time detective had just come out and he just He had just produced. That and I thought women that will this is fucking coal. And I don't need to do anything with this. I don't need to refashion the script that I had in mind and fitted into this to our box and honestly I was just really more. I remember thinking I was way more excited about true detective than I was about anything. Elsa came out there. Trust them into. What are your thoughts on true detective because I have no idea? I don't love thank you. Yeah I think I think I see yes. The first season I think true detective on its face is like a accomplished piece of television filmmaking and also I'm a huge fan of cary Fukunaga always and forever Perhaps not for the same reasons. Assess it to me actually wrap. It was such a turning point. Anything his best thing that he's done. I'm not even going to say Jane Eyre Okay. I haven't I haven't seen that I haven't seen the new Bond movie I but I'm really looking forward to it because I'm also a bond person and also I just you know I think true true detective as this carries best thing. I think that's probably true but my issue with detective is not actually true detective itself. It is the dialogue around your detective. And also I think that's a pivot point in terms of when and how we started evaluating TV in terms of tracking shots and the actual just the athletic like filmmaking as a way to bring the an experience. What is this athletic yet? Flex now and then on twitter people are now saying slaps what what is all? I don't understand that you want to explain the Internet. Let's start with the athletic because Amanda I. I've heard you use a lot and I've I've been on a lot of sets of never heard anyone say the words. I think the first person he was at my friend on the TV critic Philip asking and I think it puts its finger on this idea of money that you bring her up because she wrote this she wrote. It was a harsh. I mean whatever I respect her reviews she dissed my one episode of Mister Robot whereas all one tracking shot. I assume yes is what you mean by athletic because I do think that Filmmaking and TV and everything is more than cameras and more than where the camera is and there is such a absolutely station online. The damore as more aspect of filmmaking and I think that the tracking shot is caption of that and just like. Oh Wow. Did you see what he did. That was so cool. Oh my God. The camera is moving. You know don't you think it but don't you think has a to me every every sort of choice that you make with the camera has an effect and yes to some extent it it takes you out of it and draws attention to itself but to some extent. I really I mean what do you think of the Copacabana Sean? And I and I and I do. Actually I think even tracking protective is effective. But you know we're doing a podcast right now. That isn't essentially about how we talk about. Film and like establishing a Canon of source. And the cannon is so reliant on where do we put the camera and what did they itch on showing us an either. Don't respond to that artistically at some point. I'm just like Yay like fancy camera. Shots you got it. Congratulations to you but I do also think it distracts from the other equally important. I feel making that. Don't get enough credit. I think code is also a specifically athletic is code for Masculinity. You know it's code for this sort of The might of the male filmmaker. Now that's not always true if you watch like strange days for example. Kathryn bigelow is doing a lot with the camera yet. It is unorthodox and cool and might have what would otherwise be deemed kind of masculine energy. But I do think that true detective and largely the dialogue like you're saying was about a lot of dudes being like Yo. This is sick now. Personally I thought it was sick. Oh okay but I I would. I was not a fan of those scripts and I don't think that story is very strong but I thought that was really well
"gilligan" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"Welcome to the PODCAST number. Ten thirty seven alright next year. I'm launching the Wizard Guitar tour so I'm going to be dealing a bunch of dates starting in January. I bringing my wizard guitar so naturally I had to call it the wizard guitar. You're the first. Dates are in late January in Columbus Ohio then at the funny bone and then Philadelphia at helium then in February of the punchline in San Francisco the punchline in Sacramento going back to helium Portland due date in Boston. At the Wilbur. I got DENVER DENVER in April at Comedy Works Bloomington. Indiana Acme in Minneapolis. I'll be in Austin Texas in May than Cleveland the Nashville Villain then some dates and Florida. So all of those will be up on ninety ten dot com slash tour coming up soon. But they're not just yet so if you heard a sitting there that sounds familiar to you goaded the Google it go go to your town's comedy club and you can get tickets now and I'll see those cities with the Wizard Guitar I've got some really cool artwork for that too that Dave clock for artists for all the meltdown shows did did and it is SPEC tackler. So I'll I'll put that up soon but right now. Let's talk about you. The Ten t community in the court board order events at IVYTECH DOT com John Rights. I'm a solo musician going by the name wildfire with the why and I've just released my debut concept album. Find your home for free under creative eight of comments. The album storyline takes place after a failed. Toxic relationship attracts my journey to understand my ex's perspective into understanding what it truly is. I want from this life future relationships. It's about Acceptance Acceptance Forgiveness and finding light in the darkness. There was recorded by myself and my grandma spare room with one. Hand me down. Sim fifty-seven microphone. I couldn't afford studio time recession session musician. So everything you hear is me. And that Mike. Plus a little mini keyboard. The album was released by myself independently on all platforms free download available at band camp. John Amazing work. See you've found the resources and time in some of the creative energy and now you've made a thing you've made thing that you've put in the world that people can go listen to so I'm GONNA have to go check that out. Thank you so much. John This episode of the podcast is Vince. Gilligan creator of a show called breaking bad that you've probably seen I hope you've seen it tests the nicest guy in television This tactically promoting El Camino. Which is the breaking bad movie which is on net flicks and we recorded this the day? record the day L. Camino went up so was going that night at midnight. I hadn't seen it yet and so because of that. There are no spoilers and it said to hold the podcast for a beat just to give people a chance to catch up. I imagine most people who are GonNa have seen it by now but again. There's no spoilers in the podcast. He only mentions a couple of people who appear in the movie that you probably assumed were in the movie and we'll have already been confirmed as has being in the movie He also talks about what a wonderful man Robert Forster is and then sadly I think within a day or two of this podcast. Maybe rubber forster passed away. Hey so If you mention rubber forster not our condolences at his passing. It's because it had an ad naturally happened yet but I think that's all the show notes for this. This is a weak. Vince is so funny. It almost kind of makes me wish he would come on and sort of do podcasts. From time to time just not even promoting anything. Because he's really funny and he makes me laugh and he just has a great way of framing things and ideas obviously because he makes great television so huge congrats to him because he directed El Camino. So it wasn't it wasn't just a writer. He also directed El Camino. So all the hugs in the world to Vince Gilligan. For coming back and by the way his first episode of the PODCAST was a handful of years ago. That's also worth a listen. If you dig through the archives and listen to that so thanks to Vince Gilligan and thank thank you for listening to this number ten thirty seven of the ten podcast with Vince Gilligan. Initiating Identity Protocol Unity. No there's room near there wasn't originally. I cut into the wall here and this was just a cavern.
"gilligan" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia Lamonica. Today's beautiful mind changed the the face of psychology a field that once assumed that people really meant straight white men while psychology still has a long way to go towards full inclusion infusion. This author professor activist helped the field make strides. Let's talk about Carol Gilligan. Carol Gilligan was born in New York City on November Twenty Eighth Nineteen thirty sits in her childhood. She attended the Progressive Walden School in Manhattan Hatton by Nineteen Fifty Eight. She earned a B A and literature with highest honors from Swarthmore College. She then pursued a masters degree pre clinical psychology from Radcliffe and a PhD in social psychology from Harvard after graduating from Harvard. In the mid nineteen sixties. Xt's Carol taught psychology at the University of Chicago during that time she married. A medical student had her first child pursued modern. Dance and advocated for civil rights. Carol joined other teachers in a protest against the Vietnam War I refusing to turn in grades that would jeopardize is a student's draft status in nineteen sixty seven. Carol starting teaching at Harvard there she worked with Erik Erikson and Lawrence Kohlberg Argh to renounce developmental psychologists though. She was intrigued by their work. She noticed the Coburg only used boys as research subjects. Tsk as did almost all psychological researchers at the time. At that point there were very few women enrolled in Colbert's class half of with them ended up dropping. The Course Carol tracked down the women who left the class and studied their concept of moral perspective. Hoping to find a common threat. She started writing down her findings. Nineteen seventy-five and published her first paper on the subject titled in a different Voice Women's conception of self off and morality after some debate the Harvard Educational Review published it in one thousand nine hundred eighty. Two Carroll published full book based on Further Developmental Studies in girls called in a different voice psychological theory and women's development. The book acted as a counterpoint. Point to Kohlberg male focused research which claimed that women didn't usually develop moral judgment at the highest levels in her book. Carol argued that girls developed morals pattern distinct for men based more on relationships and a desire to care for others. Her research evolved into a feminist communist movement known as the ethics care. Her work suggests that the best way to realize her. Potential is to integrate the individualistic male perspective and the caring female perspective carols. Work earned her significant academic recognition. She received tenure at the Harvard Graduate School of Education in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight then taught at the University of Cambridge from Nineteen Ninety two to nineteen ninety four as the Pitt professor of American history and institutions solutions. She also became the Patricia Albert. Graham Chair in gender studies at Harvard in Nineteen ninety-seven her work is even credited by I.. Some for inspiring the passage of the nineteen ninety-four Gender Equity Education Act some feminist scholars contest carols work claiming the generalizations about moral development in men and women are actually socially constructed still Carol Gilligan's influence on the feminist perspective in psychology is undeniable. She introduced more women's voices into what used to be. More exclusive conversation.
"gilligan" Discussed on Fresh Air
"The movie focuses on the character of Jesse pink man the drug dealer who in breaking bad teamed up with his former science teacher to make and sell high quality meth I know a lot about chemistry man but you don't know Jack about slinging dope Aaron Paul Plays Jesse Pinkerton in both the AMC series breaking bad and in the new movie the Joe Yoyo one four eight three two three two the six to nine represented the AP what Lee. Tom years after the end of AMC's breaking bad one of the best drama series ever made for television creator. Vince Gilligan is back with a movie sequel it's called El Camino a breaking bad movie and it premiers today on Netflix X. Aaron Paul who co starred on breaking bad as Jesse Pink Man is the star Arve this new chapter which begins exactly where the series left off today we'll revisit archive interviews with Vince Gilligan and with Aaron Paul but let's start with my review of this new El Camino movie a review which I promised will be as close to spoiler free as possible the first thing press is the concept breaking bad as a TV series told the story of High School Science Teacher Walter White played perfectly by Bryan Cranston as the series began Walter was diagnosed with terminal cancer and decided to build and leave a nest egg for his wife and family by using his scientific knowledge and teaming with the former student to manufacture and sell a particularly pure strain of crystal meth Aaron Paul's Jesse was that student and by the time breaking bad was about to end Jesse had been captured by a rival drug operation and forced to Cook Meth for them while Walter White and his shady lawyer Bum Roden Kirk Saul Goodman or in hiding arguing about their options which at that moment were very limited hey I'm a civilian I'm not sure lawyer anymore I'm nobody's lawyer the funds over from here on out I'm Mr Low profile just another douchebag with a job and three pairs of dockers if I'm lucky month from now scenario a manager got cinnamon Omaha what seemed like a toss away punchline at the time in the penultimate breaking bad episode written by Peter Gould turned out to be a stroke of brilliant inspiration it became the premise of better call saul the follow up series still going on AMC that followed Odin kirks character both before and after breaking bad in the flashback sequences he was Jimmy McGill who would slowly evolve into slimy Saul Goodman in much the same way Walter White would morph into drug kingpin. Heisenberg and in the occasional black and white scenes post dating the events of breaking bad we see what Jimmy now AW is up to and he is indeed managing a cinnabon in Omaha but better call saul created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gold is primarily a Prequel to breaking bad just as El Camino is primarily a sequel it picks up right where breaking bad left off with Jesse escaping from his captors driving away in an El Camino as fast as he can screaming and El Camino written and directed by Gilligan is just as exciting original outstanding as the other entries making this for Gilligan one hell of TV hat trick the series it's Prequel and now it's sequel we're all as good as it gets there isn't a godfather three in the bunch but El Camino like its predecessors does visit the past from time to time which allows zoster revisit a handful of familiar characters from breaking bad one shows up in the movies opening scene so it's hardly a spoiler it's a flashback showing Aaron Paul's Jesse and Another Co conspirator Jonathan Banks Mike Urban Trout discussing what to do after retiring from the drug trade will you do with all that money same thing I do with all the other money how about you teenage retiree.
Breaking Bad, the end that wasn't
"You know this music writing breaking bad is back in the breaking bad movie El Camino is out today and Netflix rich is going to review it in just a little bit in this movie we find out what happens to Aaron Paul's character Jesse Pinkman after the events of the finale six years ago El Camino was written and directed by breaking bad creator Vince Gilligan and stars Aaron Paul and Erin said when the show was over he thought he was done playing Jesse it was a great run man it was such a wild journey for everybody you know breaking bad was it felt like he was at the center of of pop culture it was to be at the center of that was a wild ride for all of us and so we are so blessed that had happened that we are part of it we are also incredibly okay with saying goodbye and unzipping the skins and who never putting them on again remember binge watching this and you just not you could not after the episode was was over you just have to watch the next one immediately yeah can you believe was two thought September two thousand thirteen was the last episode and I saw Aaron Paul two days after the they wrapped the last episode having aired yet I should go to Albuquerque all the time for the real channel which is out there the Albuquerque studios which is where they filmed breaking bad either for it when it first started they took me in a golf cart to where they're like Hey you want to see this new show sat nearly walked right in it was better call Saul's office was there and the the Walter white's living room and and bill backyard and all that stuff all sets and about a year later you couldn't get within a hundred yards of the but he but he was the he said exactly that same thing right after he had wrapped he was like dude was the role of a lifetime and I'm so glad because exhausted from point because it's such a tortured yeah complex
Adventure Series Book Publisher Sues Netflix Over Trademark
"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from the almond board of California representing California's almond community a collection of family run farms dedicated to making life better through innovation and responsibly producing a healthy food more at almondsustainability dot org. You know, what they say about your favorite movie? No matter. How many times you watch? It always ends the same. That is not true. For one episode of the Netflix show black mirror. An episode called bender snatch lets viewers make decisions for the main character the format reminds some people of the shoes your own adventure book series. And that prompted choose your on adventures publisher to choose this adventure. They chose to sue. Here's a Lexi Horowitz Ghazi of NPR's planet money podcast. Choose your own adventure books, are what people often point to when trying to explain the concept of interactive narrative the series sold more than two hundred fifty million copies over its heyday in the nineteen eighties and nineties, it's popular. Rarity waned, but the fanfare around net. Flicks is banner snatch has signaled new hope for the interactive genera, Shannon, Gilligan is the CEO. And publisher of choose co the company that currently publishes that choosier on adventure books, and is suing Netflix, even she sees banner snatch as a turning point for the interactive narrative market. I think that we are seeing the beginning of a new genre in streaming end in theatrical release. So why is the small publisher of the choose your own adventure books suing the company that could help jump start the market for interactive content. We simply want to protect our trademark bender. Snatch tells the dark and sometimes gruesome story of teenage programmer as he works to adopt a fictional book called Bander snatch into a video game with multiple branching plotlines, choose coz lawsuit evolved out of this scene knows that she's your own eventually book. You decide what your character does? Look a game. That is the moment. Choose co claims that Netflix ran afoul of their trademark. Choose goes suit claims that net Netflix is use of the phrase. Choose your own adventure causes confusion for viewers about whether or not Bander snatch is affiliated with choose coz signature book series. It's not for the record. It also claims that being associated with the dark content in banner snatch turning the family friendly reputation of choosier on adventure books and the company is suing for both in injunction against net. Netflix and damages of at least twenty five million dollars again, choose coz publisher, Shannon, Gilligan trademark law. Requires that you protect your Mark. Because if you don't you lose control of it. So it makes perfect sense. From choose coz perspective to try to ring. Whatever value remains out of this trademark. Chris bregman teaches law at New York University spokesman says that choose coz lawsuit is also about combating one of the great dangers to try. Mark holders. The concept known as genera side, genera side is the idea that trademark law is not supposed to be withdrawing words from the English language if the trademarked name for a particular product manages to become so popular it's used in everyday language to describe a whole category of products. It runs the risk of losing its status as a valid trademark case. In point the words zipper was originally a trademark for a tooth closure. But people started using the words zipper for any tooth closure and that trademark became worthless. It became generic aspirin thermos escalator just a few one time trademarks that have succumbed to genera side. And while companies are obliged to fight to protect their trademark. They also run the risk of losing it in the process because the legal determination that a trademark has become generic often happens through lawsuits like this one Chris sprig mint says that means there's an inherent risk to choose coast strategy. He other playing with fire because it's entire. Airlie possible that choose co files a lawsuit. They end up with a finding that the Marcus become generic Carla Engelbrecht director of product innovation at Netflix wouldn't comment on the lawsuit. But she says that Bander snatch has tested the technology and confirmed the appetite for new interactive programming. What does it mean for romance? What does it mean for documentaries personally? I would love to see a really soapy cheesy telenovela. That's like slap him or cheat on him. What still unclear is whether they'll choose their own descriptions of what they make Alexi Horowitz Ghazi NPR news. This message comes from NPR sponsor. Comcast business. Business has always been driven by innovators. That's why Comcast business is helping you with technology that provides better experiences. Comcast business beyond fast. Actual speeds. Vary and are not guaranteed.
'Gilligan's Island' Star Dawn Wells 'Embarrassed' but 'Flattered' After GoFundMe Raises Thousands
"He believes the judiciary has brought a thirty to check the power of the White House. But refused to criticize the man who selected him President Trump in a second day of testimony Cavanagh declined to comment on Trump's criticism of the judiciary or offer praise of the president's character. No one's above the law in the United States. That's a foundational principle that I've talked about Democrats press, the conservative federal appeals court judge ever newly released emails, highlighting his views on abortion and racial issues. After a partisan fights
'Gilligan's Island' star Dawn Wells is broke after 'life-threatening surgery,' collecting donations via GoFundMe
"With more of America's First News court nominee. Brad Kavanagh stressed that he believes the judiciary has brought authority to check the power of the White House. But refused to criticize the man who selected him President Trump in a second day of testimony Cavanagh declined to comment on Trump's criticism of the judiciary or offer praise of the president's character. No one's above the law in the United States. That's a foundational principle that I've talked about Democrats press, the conservative federal appeals court judge ever newly
Woman falls off sailboat; husband apparently didn't notice for hours
"Now this there's another woman, here, in Rhode Island Newport Rhode Island investigators are trying to learn more about a bizarre incident off the. Coast of Rhode Island. According to CBS, Boston a woman said she fell off a sailboat and her husband didn't know she'd been overboard for hours I could talk to him US coast says the woman said she was on her husband's thirty nine, foot sailboat sometime Friday afternoon and there were sailing, from, Newport. To East Greenwich green witch The woman who had thirties, haven't, identified Was found on an island nearby at four AM and by a passing boater who heard her cries for help The Providence. Journal reports that the, woman had had mild hypothermia refused treatment or husband was found around two AM in. Warwick after he is sailboats ground demand told local police that he thought his. Wife was below deck and sleeping didn't realize she was missing Quotas. Pretty challenging because you could have been anywhere she could've swam to another island or. Another side of the bay Or a buoy or a beach where to Gilligan's
'This Is Us' Season 3: What We Know So Far
"So Dan Fogelman the creator of of this is us sat down with deadline and he told the audiences I'll get. Ready season three, comes back September the, twenty fifth but he gave us a little insight on what they're going to be. Discussing three they're going to be, tackling, Vietnam Jack and Rebecca's, first date Randall. And Beth I ate during a dive into Toby suffering, from depression and they're also gonna talk about, Jack's, brother NICKY and what his role was with the at Phnom and his role to Jack. As. Well okay so there's some of the cool story lines we getting on the third season
"gilligan" Discussed on Serial Killers
"On may thirtieth nineteen fourteen amy archer gilligan murdered her latest victim at her nursing home in windsor connecticut she needed sixty one year old franklin andrews out of the way so she could give his room to to new perspective residents but franklin was relatively young and healthy when he died his sister nellie was both heartbroken and suspicious she interrogated amy about her brother's final days but none of amy's defensive answers made any sense nellie went to see her brother's corks she noticed he didn't look particularly hill he looked more like someone who had been murdered nellie took her story to clifton sherman a reporter at the hartford current he was intrigued by nelly suspicions about her brother's death by the spring of nineteen fourteen several reporters at the hartford current were investigating amy clinton sherman robert thayer and carlin gaza who had suspected amy of murder for years as sherman promise that the reporters of the hartford current would help investigate her brother's death amy was busy luring new victims into her home and june first amy sent a letter to the gaudi's apologizing for the delay in getting their room ready as usual she utilized her benevolent persona to justify herself amy wrote quote i was about to get your room ready and call you at once but one of our loved ones here was taken ill and i had to be with him you may know he needed me when i tell you he passed away with ulcers in his stomach he was very very dear to us and you must try to forgive me if i am causing you any unpleasantness and quote not only did amy murder franklin so the gowdy is could move into his room she used franklin's death as a way of manipulating the couple for sympathy on july fourteenth nineteen fourteen the goudy signed up for amy's one thousand dollar upfront payment plan around the time that the gowdy is moved into the archer home in the summer of nineteen fourteen the hartford current reporters decided it was time to take all the evidence that they had gathered to the police investigators were flabbergasted when the reporters told them their suspicions they believed amy had murdered at least forty people between nineteen o eight and nineteen fourteen the police weren't sure they believed the reporters but nevertheless they agreed to bring state attorney hugh alcorn onboard and launch at investigation in early december just five months after she moved into the archer home alice gowdy began suffering from the same symptoms that had felled so many of the home's residents her stomach ached her throat burned she was vomiting profusely but she had no fever instead of relying on dr king alice requested the assistance of dr thomson a man she'd known and trusted for years under thompson's watchful eye alison mmediately improved but the moment dr thompson left amy resumed serving alice poisoned lemonade and this time there was no chance to call dr alice died on december ninth nineteen fourteen but with this steph things were different amy had no idea she was being spied on zola bennett and undercover private investigator had been living in the archer home for weeks as part of the state's investigation into amy she obtained a room by posing as a wealthy friendless widow and when amy poisoned alice gowdy in december of nineteen fourteen zola was watching her every move zola continued her investigation into nineteen fifteen interviewing residents and looking into amy's financial documents for clues as to her motives but alcorn and the police needed more evidence than zola could provide if they really wanted to prove that amy was poisoning residence then they needed to examine the corpses of summer for victims and a longer the investigation took the more time it gave amy to kill her residents by the time alcorn received the approval he needed to zoom franklin andrews in may of nineteen sixteen several more residents of the archer home had died on may second nineteen sixteen the paperwork was finally in place that night state attorney hugh alcorn superintendent thomas egan a few police officers and the state pathologist dr arthur woolf went.
"gilligan" Discussed on Serial Killers
"In one thousand nine hundred seven amy archer gilligan opened her home for elderly residents in windsor connecticut she took everything her residence owned then poison them with arsenic to make room for fresh victims she was indicted for five murders after her arrest in nineteen sixteen and convicted for the murder of franklin andrews lucia suspected of murdering dozens and transforming her home into a murder factory amy was dangerous manipulative woman motivated only by greed and self interest as we discussed in last week's episode she demonstrated several hallmarks of antisocial personality disorder sometimes known as sociopath i vanessa's going to take over on the psychology here and throughout the episode please note vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but she's done a lot of research for the show thanks greg christine hammond a mental health counselor based in florida explains that sociopaths quote frequently wear a variety of masks and have the ability to be chameleon like in nature this allows them to make commitments which they have no intention of carrying out while actually doing the opposite their ability to deceive is so excellent that even when caught they're able to talk their way out of anything and quote this was certainly true of amy she did every thing she could to keep up her mask as a religious upstanding member of the community the archer home for elderly people and chronic invalids was a welcoming red brick building boarded by a white picket fence and amy took pains to portray herself as a devout big hearted woman eager to relieve the town of its burden of caring for their elderly and isolated family members amy's appearance only enhanced her grandmotherly persona when she opened the home in nineteen oh seven she was barely in her thirties but she appeared much older she was tiny at five with three and a bony one hundred and ten pounds to bulging wide set eyes stared out of her gaunt face her lips were thin and pursed she looked stern yet hardworking both her solemn appearance and serious religious demeanour convinced the townspeople of windsor that she was utterly devoted to her residence care she was so successful that no one much note as a dozen of her residence mysteriously passed away during the boarding homes i three years of operation but despite amy's best efforts to maintain her benevolent persona she began getting negative attention in one thousand nine after two of residents complained that she was abusing and the electing them sadly the kind of abuse amy's residents suffered isn't unique to her nursing home the archer home is merely one of the first in a long line of senior living facilities to cover up the neglect and abuse of their residents this troubling pattern of concealed elder abuse continues in nursing homes to this day the inspector general for the health and human services department didn't audit of a large number of cases involving alleged physical and sexual abuse of nursing home residents even though federal law says nursing homes must report it to police right away what they found was more than a quarter of the cases in the sample were not immediately reported there were no laws protecting amy's residents from her abuse but amy was sued in the winter of nineteen o nine over her treatment of elderly resident theresa mcclintock and she was forced to settle out of court for a substantial sum the lawsuit and ensuing negative publicity left amy feeling defensive and worried about money so in january of nineteen ten she killed her husband james after forging his signature on a new life insurance policy with a large payout amy of course was the sole beneficiary carlin gaselee a part time reporter for the hartford current became suspicious of amy after james's death in february of nineteen ten and spent the next year investigating any in june of nineteen eleven he uncovered that twenty four of amy's residents had died in the four years since she opened up her home horrified he reviewed amy's purchases at the local wh mason drugstore amy was buying large quantities of arsenic a stencil for killing rats but in reality she was mixing it into lemonade and killing her residence but gosling was fighting an uphill battle trying to convince the town that amy was murderer few intone believed that a saintly woman like amy was capable of killing her husband and when amy found out through town gossip that gaza was investigating her she did everything in her power to undermine him and turned the.
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"gilligan" Discussed on Lexicon Valley
"Gilligan's island for gilligan's island okay but that meant that some boob oh decided that we needed to have s in the word island even though we weren't pronouncing it in order to tip our cap to the word supposed origins in french doubt nobody says dow that be is in there because somebody thought well you know dooby tara at cetera in latin well we ought to have that be in there because it's a regional and so everybody's saying doubt but you have to stick in the b delight that it used to be pronounced live no it wasn't just the light but somebody thought that that light had something to do with brightness because when you're delighted often you do feel kind of lighted up and so the g asia's in there and so we wonder will why the g h you're trying to teach somebody how to read and you've just got that crap in their faren nobody ever said far again you can just kind of tell no one said oh that's a foreign man somebody thought that foreign was supposed to be spelled like the word rain and so they decided that you have to stick the jian and there you go there's a whole list of things like that and you know there's a part of all of us talk about the conservative person doesn't wanna go wild and you like the idea of preserving these letters and so for example a great many people in merry old england warr instill are dropping ages onwards light hospital ospel that's really what it should be if you really took a survey of how most people were saying it at a certain point a lot of your just waiting for this from my fair lady and i almost didn't include it because it was too obvious but come on let's do it this is the middle of the rain in spain where elisa is learning that she's got to keep those ages hot foot and show hottie you know that was the one that changed me broadway musicals i didn't know anything about them until the final year of college i got tired of listening to people around me talking about them in the first one decided to get a look at this thing called my fair lady i didn't know it from a hole in the ground.