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Houston Billionaires John, Laura Arnold To Give Away 5% of Wealth Annually

The World

00:27 sec | 5 months ago

Houston Billionaires John, Laura Arnold To Give Away 5% of Wealth Annually

"Charitable giving, billionaire philanthropist John and Laura Arnold announced they're committing 5% of their wealth annually helped boost giving to charities. Houston based couple the first billionaires to sign onto the advocacy organization. Global Citizens Give while you live effort basically exhorts billionaire participants commit giving 5% of their wealth and legal cause. Are also part of a coalition of donors and nonprofits looking to push Congress to raise giving requirements. Crude oil

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Choose Your Family Wisely

Los Compas Lounge: a PSA for Brown Men

05:28 min | 8 months ago

Choose Your Family Wisely

"So this episode inspired by john. Laura who suggested that we dig deeper into a season one episode. We're looking at life priorities. So so this goes out to. John mara thank you john. Maura asked us a few questions in terms to dig a little deeper and the one that really stood out was like why do you have to choose your family in france. And how do you do with the backlash of choosing one or the other and we thought we we dig a little deeper into that with this topic and hobby. Yeah so we came up with that the ability to choose who you surround yourself with hoop which family which friend is around with. That's important you know and to why is it important. Well what's important is that you have the ability to choose many people. They they let other people choose for them you know. They're just going about their like you know. They want to coast through life without making decisions. They want other people to make decisions for them. But you know we we were twenty years ago. That's that was all man. You know what. I am the first one to be. You know when you give him to peer pressure and then certain people after a while people start categorizing all your this type of person. You're that type of person and then you start believing. Would other people say about you. Exactly how remember like in high school way back. We were like we're like social being just like regular people we want to belong right. I remember in high school I'll be the first one to say. Just like you hubby off by something all the leaders until they follow the neater but the important part is that that that we are the part that we want to share his. We have to recognize that relationships right. How you who you surround yourself with who you choose to build relationships with and julia choose to follow either. You're the follower your leader and unfortunately there's a lot of followers out there. When i was in high school. I remember my dad would tell me the gear on not recognize so for those. That don't know spanish. It's like tell me who you hang out with. And i'll tell you who you are you know and i saw my dad. You know. it's not my friends. It's me you know like i will go out with some friends and come home late or whatever it was i mean yeah i mean it's easy to look back and say like oh man you know i was wrong right there but we live forward. You know so a lot of people during that time like you know. Just go with the flow a lot of times. It's like oh let's do this. Let's do that. Let's do it and they're like this. There's times when when you need to be a follower and they're censoring. You need to be a leader because you're not born leader. I mean li leaders in leadership. Think those are qualities that you learn throughout life and And being a follower you're thinking and you're looking and you're observing you know who you're following you know and what you're learning from them And you know when you're in high school in your early twenties. Well you know you're you're still learning Still learning about life. You're learning how to reopen and early early early early. Eight seventeen sixteen folks. It's thirty s thing. I mean it's it's it's a process it's alive process you know and You know going back to To the original question you know. Why is it so hard. I think part of it is it might be are familial background might be our background going up wherever we grew up Because there might have been you know certain social normative where we grew up. you know. it's like you're only going to be this. You know you can only aspire to be that or you know what this is what your grandfather did. This is what your father did. So this is what you're gonna do. you know. I think that plays a part in it but once again there's gonna come a point in time when you had to put on the big boy pants and make a decision for yourself because ultimately you're no longer making a decision for yourself. You might be making decision for you and your partner for new and your and your family your kids or your your aging parents or your business you know and i think you know like i said that's a that's a process right there and how do you. How do you go about learning that process. Know we all mentioned you know. And i'm gonna mess him now mean i was. You know i was nowhere near leader. You know in my teens or twenties and i'll admit that because i was still learning. I was fumbling all over the place. Hell into my thirties. I was fumbling all over the place you know and but lisa was conscious and aware that and i was aware to know that i'm messing up not really anywhere until later on in life when i said okay you know. Now it's time to really focus

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"john laura" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

The Leo Affects:

04:16 min | 11 months ago

"john laura" Discussed on The Leo Affects:

"Now that i know this one took this long. Do you suppose it would have been quicker. had cova. not you know mess with everything. Not necessarily i think actually probably would have taken longer. Because i probably still would have been focused on touring But at the same time you know. Even i mean i don't have a booking agent. Do everything myself. I i i call it. My management of my enchanted bandwagon. Do everything myself so I you know it just all everything is so time consuming and You know. I don't think i would have really gotten further on my own even just looking my own shows until i had album because it's very hard to communicate to sell one to promote or whatnot. What do is very hard to communicate that or what my ideas were in. My voice is a songwriter. And so having you know this album. I think is going to bring those things together. Now i i think if i was still touring this listener. Janda yeah you know. Sometimes you gotta look at the silver linings. Yeah sure what would john laura of music. If you had to put this into a nice neat little package what genre would you say. Wonder is i would say it's marikana. This is something that's been very difficult to determine because it doesn't quite fit perfectly anything But i would say it's marikana. I don't. I'm from long beach. I don't think i don't sing with a country..

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The Dark Knight Trilogy (Nolan #4)

Filmspotting

06:37 min | 1 year ago

The Dark Knight Trilogy (Nolan #4)

"Welcome to film spotting so Josh. We've arrived at the stage of our Nolan who've review where we've actually reviewed the films on the show previously the first three films in the series following Memento and insomnia all predate film spotting this week. We're revisiting Nolan's dark knight trilogy. Two thousand five's Batman begins which started. It was one of the first films reviewed on the show. Way Back in two thousand five. That movie came out in June. The show began in March of. Oh five unfortunately. Our Review on episode eighteen of the show has been archived in the basement of Wayne Industry headquarters along with all the other films. Spotting PROTOTYPES COW. Can't hear me out among the disappointed listeners. Who went to search for that review? Just today thinking I'd be able to hear Sam. I thought it would be good preparation you know like to do. My homework. Couldn't find it so we'll have to unearth that at some point. Yeah I'll have to give you a tutorial on searching the archive film spotting website. Because it's there but you can bet. I did not seek it out interest in listening to the archive that I found only went back to. I forget what show but it wasn't this one so yeah I'll have to get to to`real but with that review lost a time. I guess the best thing we can do for now is move on to version two point. Oh world like to disappear. Barron staff was not for the parents to serve. Justice cannot let pass. If you yourself and you become something else. Dialing our Christopher Nolan overview stays on chronological track at least for the moment with two thousand five's Batman Begins Adam. This is Nolan's big-budget high profile. Follow up to insomnia which itself was a medium budgeted studio. Follow up to his indie breakout. Memento what did I expect from Batman begins in two thousand? Five Nolan was already on my radar as a special talent superhero movies. Were something I enjoyed but aside from Tim Burton's Batman Installments and Sam Raimi's Spiderman Efforts Spiderman. Too by the way came out in two thousand and four I felt Comic Book Films. Usually fell into a fairly predictable box. The question for Batman begins then was whether or not the John. Laura would bend to Nolan's promise or Nolan would bend to the genre in two thousand five to my mind. Nolan's will one out even next to Burton and Raimi's Work Nolan's take on the superhero film stood out as distinct. It was dark. It was intense and above all it was rooted in a real world. Specificity that was recognizable while building his costume. I love that Bruce Wayne Orders some ten thousand bat ears that turn out to be unusable. This Bruce Wayne and even Batman could exist just like us he had to do Amazon returns. That first impression of Batman begins makes me think that I watched it through the Lens of a Superhero Movie. Perhaps with tempered expectations this time. Though in the midst of our review I was decidedly watching it through the Lens of a Christopher Nolan movie and from that perspective keeping in mind masterful later efforts like the prestige which was Nolan's next film the Dark Knight which doubles down on much of what made Batman begins so throwing inception and dunkirk. That begins played as far more conventional. It has Nolan touches to be clear deception traumatized characters narrative twist but they each seemed a bit better towards the genre this time around something of a compromise. If in understandable one given where Nolan was in his career ultimately I think my original impression is probably the correct one and we can maybe get into a tangent here atom on whether or not a films original context matters. Most I think that's especially applicable. Maybe to dark knight rises but either. Way Adam. I'm curious what frame of mind you're in while revisiting Batman begins for our Nolan overview. Did you approach it as a superhero movie which in twenty twenty means contending with the reality of the MC you or did you assess it more? On a Nolan scale you know from interstellar on the bottom to the top where you'll find dunkirk. How dare you? I love how you unnerve me heading into my reply here and maybe that's appropriate because even though you answered it. I see what you're trying to do I'm onto you. You're actually previewing are pending discussion of the Dark Knight by presenting me with a joker like Dilemma Harvey. Rachel press the button and kill the other passengers. Risk them killing me Nolan movie or Superhero Movie. Your just an agent of chaos. Josh always knew what do I look like a guy with plan on one hand? I wasn't looking at this film. This trilogy of films as a Nolan creation consciously and I am it would be happening unconsciously of course just by the nature of this little project that we have set out on at the same time. I was eager to see this origin story again because just like I suppose bruce being forever scarred by his encounter with the bats I'm gonNA forever be blessed with the memory of my first superhero movie. Richard Donner's Superman. It's been talked about a little bit over the years here on the show and among its many thrills it shows us who Clark is how we got Earth those early discoveries of his gifts running alongside the train kicking that football. This first demonstrations of his abilities and helping people as Superman. That's the stuff I ate up. Then that's the stuff. I still eat up now. The Fun stuff. I guess that equate with Superhero movies. That is lost the darker. You alluded to this the darker. The more realistic the more serious. These movies get honestly the more these films feel less like Superman and more like James Bond. And that's definitely the case in this trilogy. I think this is where we really see. It happen right. Where Superhero Movies did turn into? Something else became something else in pop culture. We watched it unfold over the course of these. Three movies didn't we? I think that's fair. I think you could roll in watchmen there but that was two thousand nine so this was ahead of that.

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The Round Schoolhouse of Japan

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:43 min | 2 years ago

The Round Schoolhouse of Japan

"Podcast. It was requested by tyree. Hesse told me on the island of Hokkaido so herod has tyree in today's mystery. Japan's most haunted placed first a bit about Japan. Japan has made many iconic spine chilling moments in the history of the horror. Reveal John Laura yet is considered to be one of the safest places to live in the world. The United States has roughly four times more violent crimes in Japan. Gun crimes in Japan are ranked at point six per hundred residents compared to the United States. Eight point eight that said the. The United States boasts hundreds of haunting from the Pacific northwest these coast but perhaps none so chili's those across the Pacific and Japan today will visit Japan's haunted schoolhouse and Japan's largest island Kaido nestled on the shore of Lake. Mu G me which is kind of wetland Liza creepy ruins of a former schoolhouse at has a sinister reputation. As one of the most haunted places in Japan the structure was built in one thousand nine hundred six and designed in a round shape there is referred to as the round schoolhouse from nineteen forties up to nineteen seventies seventies. It was used as an elementary school than it was closed for. Unknown reasons and left to fall into ruin tablespoon desa collecting dust. They're all lined up as as if expecting students. The surrounding grounds have become a thick tangle of overgrown brush that surround the building. The playground is consumed by force growth. The only way to reach the round schoolhouse is by foot. Rumors Sprang up almost immediately after the school closed locals claim that the woods around around the school were haunted with shadowy figures received period out from behind trees several students who ventured into the woods surrounding the schoolhouse who reported missing stories surrounding the haunting. The schoolhouse soon attracted paranormal. Investigator concluded that indeed there was a dark force present for nearly thirty thirty years. People came from all over Japan to visit the school house in hope of Seen Ghost as recently as twenty twelve. Paranormal investigators have said they were chased from the woods spy. Well some claim to have been followed by creepy shadows. The schoolhouse has no history of violence Lila or tragedy and some speculate that the images that lurk in the woods the shadowy images that seem to chase people are the Oct- those used occupy. The schoolhouse are not go. said all but the product of an open door to another dimension in the United States. We have Halloween spirits rice. Shaw usually. They're very short demand candy. Still Halloween is a time of seances. A meeting of which time people attempt to make contact with the dead especially especially through an agency of a media but in Japan summer is known as a kind of ghost season. One reason for this is that summer's traditionally believed not to be when ancestors spirits. visit the land of the living during the festival of Oman and families gathered together to remember their deceased once. In fact in summer when you visit an Amusement Park in Japan you might notice that one of the more popular attractions may be the haunted houses where you can have some real l. hair raising experiences as for the round schoolhouse being a doorway to another dimension if you have a chance to travel around the beautiful island of Hokkaido. Don't don't forget to visit Lake Maya Tsim and rows schoolhouse there. Then decide

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"john laura" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

Gamer Talk Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on Gamer Talk Podcast

"They let you choose the actions of that specific character soglio changed characters and then dialogue will come up and you'll say oh i want to do this or i'm gonna say this. I won't say that and and <hes> yeah so far. All of my people are still alive. <hes> at least i think with the exception of one i don't know he kinda disappeared but guess it's a beautiful beautiful game great storytelling kudos debenham co for this one <hes> and i can't wait to to keep playing in fuck yields yeah so i mean if you've played played until dawn it very much like joe said plays just like until dawn big scam rod decisions. Anyone can live or die <hes> so the fact that <hes> who makes joe. Do you recall what the developed the developer quantum. No knock wanted dream <hes> mm anyways they. This is the second game of this john laura in this style and it's working looking for them. I feel like it is. I really enjoy the place now. I don't not a fan of horror games but just this whole choices. Everyone can survive. Everyone can die. I <hes> storytelling makes it a good time. Issue developers supermassive the supermassive yet so and they're gonna be making taking a new one of these pretty much every year. It looks like they had a trailer for the next one at the end of the game so there's another one coming out in twenty twenty <hes> if this game type totally different location different story different characters but <hes> yeah walking through doors as a pain in the ass going to by nature when i play a a game i like to go check all the coroner's stuff and by nature. I hate doing that in this game. 'cause there could be a little corridor over there where i know oh. I don't need to go but hey. There's probably something in there that can give me a clue or help me save my characters down the road. There's a knife or there's a a picture because there's pictures that give you premonitions of what could happen to help you. Make your choices but i know if i go over there and i opened something. Something's gonna jump at me going to piss me off and i'm going to say why the fuck did i do that happens all the time alexa but if you want the full story because what happens in the story is the story in itself but then there's also an additional portion of what actually happened to cause the events so you're playing the story of the characters you're doing their choices and they're experiencing this horrific event and but their stuff all throughout to let you know y. This is a ghost ship. What happened which i didn't find all this stuff so i don't know the backstory to why the events happened that caused this go ship to be there so that part. I still don't understand but i finished. The story saved on my characters because that's what i tend to do attend to save everybody but yeah. It was very enjoyable. I liked it from reading <music> online. Apparently it's a totally.

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"john laura" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:07 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"So I killed ING and what do you remember we? I think what I in Carl correct me if I'm wrong. But I think we're talking about is on the pay per view. Punk was maybe champion. John CENA headline almost every pay per view. Well punk with champion. And I did a cover story on this couple of weeks ago. As Daniel Bryan embarked on his first, pay per view is champion, and, you know, looking at what's the history here, and what does it tell us if Daniel Bryan isn't in the final match in the cane match didn't really feel like a headliner. What does that tell us and I looked at the statistics of punk and the fact that he? He he all the all the times in a row. I don't know how many papers in a row, as champion he was not in the final match on the show. Now seeing a lesson or made sense, but there were a lot occasions where it just didn't make sense. And it on the argument isn't undercut, punks credibility as champion because it kind of sent the message to fans. Yeah. Punk has the bell. But seen is still the top star Carl. Let me just make sure is that kind of what you're getting it. Exactly what I mean. He made a pay per view against John Laura Knight us when pumpkin made event. Yeah. I was kind of disappointed that night so mad. Yeah. Did that ever ran an eyebrow with you that, hey pumps are champion, but scene is still in these main events, including Lauren ideas. Yeah. Definitely. And I, I mean that was that was the message. They were sending out to the people because that was the way that they were perceiving. It probably even still because it was seen him was the bigger draws, you know, was the bigger TV rating, the bigger merchandise seller. You know the bigger by rate. I guess theoretically, if seen as in the main event, then the virus will be bigger as well. I think it's also. But it's also like I it's it, you're absolutely right. And undercuts the championship by saying, but I guess there by the by the thinking that the what's more important, and what ideally nothing's supposed to be more important than the championship. Yeah. But, like I think it was over the limit is what we're talking about. Because that was for the fate of the company or John Lorna. Yeah. I feel like there was like five pay per views in a row where John, Laura Knight as his job. Was on the line. It does feel that way. And it might be true. You know and that. Yeah. I don't even think that that's an exaggeration. Yeah. Something like that, which, I guess, in the scheme of things, you could you could see is supposed to be more important than, you know, the fate of the company is, is, is in the scheme of things more important than the championship because the championship represents the company, but if there's no company anymore, then then there's no championship. So then I guess the idea of who's running the show is more important than whose wrestling on the show. I don't necessarily agree with that. I never have like I don't care who runs the show, I wanna see who's on the show, you know, and, and went to the wrestlers right on the renter's wrestle over something important, like a title that has to do with wrestling. That's create. Yeah, I don't know if they're so stuck in the. The he'll, you know, authority figure, and they have been since you know, the attitude era..

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"john laura" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on The Wade Keller Pro Wrestling Podcast

"What what brought me and Gregory iron together. We're we're tacking on his handicap heroes. Gregory iron suffers from cerebral palsy. And what initially brought us together as a dude. And we had a match, you know. So here's a guy with limited use of his right arm suffers from cerebral palsy. I guess the guy was Hon. Like, and and this matches actually on the on the findings that Allan documentary. And it's and it's a hell of a match-fit. It's close twenty minutes. And it's one of my what am I most favorite matches ever been a part of very cool. If when you said that there was another one legged wrestler and his name was Michael Hayes. John Laura Knight as has had just blew up. Wait, wait. How am I am? I gonna call this. I'm going to get this up. Yeah. Man shots as far as I cut you eat. I don't think he got it. He or maybe I wasn't privy to that type of prevention. I don't know. Drag always been good to me. It was an honest. It was an honest mistake by John he might have been a bit of a buffoon in other ways, but honest with fake by John. And and you know, what are the odds, you know, what were the out? So anyway, are I'm Louis. Let's go back to you. Thanks for that topic. What what's next? All right. So my next question is I want to know out of all those people you work with like, you mentioned with all them earlier any any wrestler or even Vic men, and so could any of them take it easy. And then if they did or they did it like what was your take on that? But just what was your general on people taking it easy on you the wrestler because they thought that you had one leg. I that that's something. I ran into at I in my career where I would have guys deliberately the retentive about being in the rim of because you got hit understand this never been done before. There's never been a one legged wrestler in the history of the world. And so guys have I didn't really know how to how to work with me. And I I didn't know how to work either. 'cause I was just starting out. But after a while guys got used to me because because I kept coming back, I didn't complain much and and and I showed initiative, and you know, I wanted to get better. I I showed that I was I wanted to be around for the long haul, and I think is respected that for the most part. But but they usually that was something that I typically found early on in my career not so much anymore. Okay. All right now. My question is before that match. We've Vincent man, if you kinda feel like things got like two to head with all his I mean, I I understand what's going on in those little creative and one. But did you kind of feel that he kind of pushed a boundary too much, and in that mass that you guys have had like a? Basically, you guys have to rehearse that matters like fifty times, and that's my last question to question. Yeah. Very good. We I think Lewis for the poco we we have over a lot of times more so than than than most matches because at the time again, you have a guy with one leg who who's been wrestling less the year, and you have a guy who's fifty four years old the CEO of the company who's not a wrestler..

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"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Three. No way the big. Better than to escape. What else is in the fantasy? Add the movies, the trouble is you got to find a movie that you want to see. Hey, hey, grab your ticket. And get ready to hear what's coming up. Some of the interesting things that are happening at the movies right now. And it's kind of all over the book, there's all over the place. There's the movies that have been nominated for Oscars that are being talked about. There are new movies that are coming out and all different kinds of John Laura. I think moviemakers trying to figure out the way. Okay. If we're not marvel and we're not an animated feature. What are we getting in between? How do we keep the budgets down? How do we get people into the theater instead of streaming movies because they don't feel like going to sit on the big screen? I will say this. There are some movies and all. This. If you even only every once in a while to a movie that you have to see on a big screen. It's just not the same. No matter what you have at your in your man cave at your house at your she caves slash man, cave. He know your couple cave. It doesn't matter because it's not going to get that same feel that you would see on a very big screen. But I think at the movie theaters and trying to do everything that they can make it a whole different experience. Were there serving you gourmet food or they're giving you discounts to be in clubs or they're trying to make the whole movie experience a place where you wanna come making it a center of the community trying to pull it back into what it used to be. I think a long long time ago and also when movies used to be cheaper, and it wasn't were getting galvanized at the concession stand. And you had to go see movies that way. Frankly, there was no streaming. So. What the movie of the week and three channels or whatever there was not all these cable stations and everything else in between. So the first movie is about a dog. I love dogs. It's called a dog's way home. There's one thing I know about the world. The little things. Tiny. Yes. Yes. She's as my life. Who does payment? Cute. Don't you shoot? Over the years. We did everything together. Case. He went to work even played a game called Dr. Again. Yes. Life with Lucas was the best. But when he wasn't around. I missed him so much. Again. Doc. I was very far. Lucas was waiting for me. Go and find him. Snack. Tiny piece. Off his heart. The only thing. Special people in our lives, and I was never going to stop searching until I found. Dog saved his life..

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"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

05:05 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Two three. All. No way. Better than to escape. What else is the fantasy? Add the movies, the trouble is you got to find a movie that you wanna see? Hey, hey, grab your ticket. And get ready to hear what's coming up. Some of the interesting things that are happening at the movies right now. And it's kind of all over the book, there's all over the place. There's the movies that have been nominated for Oscars that are being talked about. There are new movies that are coming out and all different kinds of John Laura. I think movie makers are trying to figure out the way. Okay. If we're not marvel and we're not an animated feature. What are we getting in between? How do we keep the budgets down? How do we get people into the theater instead of streaming movies because they don't feel like going to see it on the big screen? I will say this. There are some movies. And all of you know, this if you even only every once in awhile goodwill movie that you have to see on the big screen. It's just not the same. No matter what you have at your in your man cave at your house at your she caves slash man, cave. He know your couple cave. It doesn't matter because it's not going to get that same feel that you would see on a very big screen. But I think at the movie theaters, we're trying to do everything that they can to make it a whole different experience where they're serving you gourmet food or they're giving you discounts to be in clubs or they're trying to make the whole movie experience a place where you wanna come making it a center of the community trying to pull it back into what it used to be. I think a long long time ago and also when movies needs to be cheaper. And it wasn't you were getting galvanized at the concession stand. And you had to go see movies that way because frankly, there was no streaming. So. You know, what the movie of the week in three channels or whatever. There was not all these cable stations and everything else in between. So the first movie is about a dog. I love dogs is called a dog's way home. There's one thing. I know about the world, it's not the little things that matter. The tiny thing. Do you want? Yes. Yes. She's as my life. Uh-huh. Thank you. Don't you? Shoot. Over the years. We did everything together. He went to work even game call to Dr. Yeah. Life with Lucas was the best. But when he wasn't around. I missed him so much. Looks like she. Very benign waiting for me. Had to go and find him. Look even. Off-base things better. Only thing. Special people in our lives, and I was never going to stop searching until I found. Dog saved his life. All right. So a.

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"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Bag Cates. Kibble dot com. Three. Don't let a do all. Can you? No way. Better than to escape what ails you, then the fantasy add the movies, the trouble is you got to find a movie that you wanna see? Hey, hey, grab your ticket. And get ready to hear what's coming up. Some of the interesting things that are happening at the movies right now. And it's kind of all over the book, there's all over the place. There's the movies that have been nominated for Oscars that are being talked about. There are new movies that are coming out and all different kinds of John Laura. I think moviemakers trying to figure out the way. Okay. If we're not marvel and we're not an animated feature. What are we getting in between? How do we keep the budgets down? How do we get people into the theater instead of streaming movies because they don't feel like going to see it on the big screen? I will say this. There are some movies and all of you know, this if you even only every once in a while. To a movie that you have to see on a big screen. It's just not the same. No matter what you have at your in your man cave at your house at your she cave slash man, cave. He know your couple cave. It doesn't matter because it's not going to get that same field that you would see on a very big screen. But I think at the movie theaters are trying to do everything they can to make it a whole different experience where they're serving you gourmet food or they're giving you discounts to be in clubs or they're trying to make the whole movie experience a place where you wanna come making it a center of the community trying to pull it back into what it used to be. I think a long long time ago and also when movies used to be cheaper. And it wasn't you were getting gouged at the concession stand. And you had to go see movies that way because frankly, there was no streaming. So you know, what the movie of the week in three channels or whatever there was. Not all these cable stations and everything else in between. So the first movie is about a dog. I love dogs. It's called a dog's way home. There's one thing. I know about the world, it's not the little things. The tiny. Do you want? Yes. Yes. She's as my life. He does seem to really like you. Maybe this assignment homes. Jones. Don't you shoot? Daybreak. Over the years. We did everything together girl. He went to work even played a game called Dr. Yes. Life with Lucas was the best. But when he wasn't around. I missed him so much. Again. Doc looks like she. I was very far. Lucas was waiting for me. To go and find him. Even better than a tiny piece of. Off pace things better. The only thing that gets us. Special people in our lives, and I was never going to stop searching until I found my. Dog saved his life. All right. So a dog's way home you get the gist of this Bella finds her way home separated from the fan of four hundred mile journey, can you imagine? But makes it Ashley Judd is in this movie. Edward almost is in this movie, Chris Bauer and some other names, you would probably recognize this is tweet sweet PG movie adventure dogs kids that whole thing could find an audience because dogs and kids, sell, but there's so much competition right now. Pulling your eyes and other directions even for kids. That I'm not quite sure about that. All right. This next movie up is called replicas..

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"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

04:51 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Donald. He was. No way big black. Better than to escape. What else then the fantasy add the movies, the trouble is you got to find a movie that you want to see. Hey, hey, grab your ticket. And get ready to hear what's coming up. Some of the interesting things that are happening at the movies right now. And it's kind of all over the book, there's all over the place. There's the movies that have been nominated for Oscars that are being talked about. There are new movies that are coming out and all different kinds of John Laura. I think moviemakers just trying to figure out the way. Okay. If we're not marvel and we're not an animated feature. What are we getting in between? How do we keep the budgets down? How do we get people into the theater instead of streaming movies because they don't feel like going to see it on the big screen? I will say this. There are some movies and all of you. Know this. If you even only every once in a while go to a movie that you have to see on the big screen. It's just not the same. No matter what you have at your in your man cave at your house at your she cave slash man, cave. He'd know your couple cave. It doesn't matter because it's not going to get that same feel that you would see on a very big screen. But I think at the movie theaters are trying to do everything they can to make it a whole different experience where they're serving you gourmet food or they're giving you discounts to be in clubs or they're trying to make the whole movie experience a place where you wanna come making it a center of the community trying to pull it back into what it used to be. I think a long long time ago and also when movies used to be cheaper. And it wasn't you were getting gouged at the concession stand. And you had to go see movies that way because frankly, there was no streaming. So. What the movie of the week and three channels or whatever there was not all these cable stations and everything else in between. So the first movie is about a dog. I love dogs. It's called a dog's way home. There's one thing. I know about the world it's not the little things that matter tiny thing. Do you want? Yes. Yes. She's as my life. He does. Maybe this assignment home. Don't you? Don't you shoot? Over the years. We did everything together grow, squirrel. He went to work even played a game called doctor Dr. Again. Yes. Life with Lucas was the best. But when he wasn't around. I missed him so much. Squirrel, squirrel, squirrel. Doc looks like she. I was very far. Lucas was waiting for me, and I had to go and find him. Well. Look even a tiny piece of cheese. Off-base things that are hard. The only thing that gets us through it. Special people in our lives, and I was never going to stop searching until I found my. That dog saved his life. All right. So.

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"john laura" Discussed on Z104

Z104

02:46 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on Z104

"Transportation, like buses or trains combine errands to make fewer trips and take a walk for any distance is a mile or less. It's one resolution that's easy to keep and benefits us all it all starts with one thing. Find tips and more at one thing US dot com. What's your one thing? Artist spotlight series, featuring Bazi. Music is just like breathing really is like that for me like I just need to be doing it. And it's like I haven't been able to I've been really busy with other stuff in the way. I work creatively. Isn't like I'm going in the studio today it's like Mitchell in for a bit and then letting inspiration hit me. And then once I'm inspired. I can't wait to get in the studio. And it's like I've been so busy with other stuff that inspiration hasn't. You know? I'd have been able to focus on it. Artist spotlight series, featuring Taylor swift. It's crazy how the fastest songs that I write ended up being my favorites the ones that just happen in just a surge of idea a surge of inspiration. And it's usually something going through at the time. It's very hard for me to come up with just some random metaphor for a situation if I'm not going through it or happened recently just gone through it, and my favorite thing about songwriting is that it's so spontaneous and unpredictable artist spotlight series, featuring Bryce by music trying to show people who I am as a person be as open with them. And then hopefully, they understand it, and they feel similarly that's kind of my way of connecting with people in like a. Endless bountiful way. You know what? I mean. It's usually always made me feel better growing up. You know? So that was the big thing just there was a song for every mood and a different kind of John Laura for every feeling is just like the perfect way to get over whatever you're going through how I see the world in a song called foghorn Leghorn that I I do a live Wednesday. I go live on Wednesdays on Instagram and show fans all the stuff that I'm working on. And then when I play live, they already know a lot of the songs and stuff like that. But I write about I try to always write about something different. Like once I got something out of the way. Cool either elevate that same concept with another one or try to think of something completely different artists spotlight series. Featuring Bryce bind started producing it one like last summer. Road pretty much the entire song. And I didn't just wanted to try to write a concept that was like based on the perfect girl. You know what I mean? But without just talking about physical attributes like the way it makes you feel and even like sexuality and everything like that. When you have a great girl idea of drew Barrymore just kinda came about perfectly because I was like, I was watching wedding singer. And then I went back on an idea. That's really Michael's. It helped me with like years ago. So it all just kind of came together..

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"john laura" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on KPCC

"Excited about it might not sound like it. But this small group of volunteers gathered in the dirt parking lot of a local climbing guide company is about to spend the day bagging trash and cleaning toilets lead. Volunteer. John Laura is busy handing out donated cleaning supplies next up on the toilet paper. Roll michelle. Rettig says the park has suffered without the usual staff. Trash bins were overflowing bathrooms were gross and virtually unusable. So he and other volunteers drive into the park everyday and clean until they run out of supplies Thurs. I think over one hundred and fifty pit toilets in the park. So there's a lot of poop. They're wiping down bathrooms and packing out trash in their cars. Roddick says over two hundred volunteers participated and they placed about five thousand rolls of toilet paper. They worked park visitors. Come up at. Thanks. Slipped them a Hamble chocolate. I'm Doug L and the national park service's now, also close a Koi and kings Canyon National parks because of the shutdown LA county residents have access to an early warning out for earthquakes the shake alert L A app is the first publicly available out of its kind in the United States is designed to a partnership between the city of L emergency management agencies. The US Geological Survey and several university partners is designed to give users a heads up of a few seconds before the shaking reaches their area. This is KPCC news from the New York Times. I'm michael. Democrats have waited two years for a chance to investigate President Trump on their own terms starting tomorrow. They can't Jason's on how they plan to use. And not that power. Wednesday..

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"john laura" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on KPCC

"This. What I love about. This song is that you are working within the John Laura as you're making fun of the Jonah itself. And I think in a direct line, this musical inspired the book of Mormon, but I'm wondering how early do you figure out within a movie within a song within a TV show that you can take the conventions of the thing that you're working in respect them? And also ridicule them at the same time. I think it was necessary. Because it's what I always did we always like making a movie in holy grail. So many blows Evie says it's only it's only model we break the fourth wall. We recognize in a book we recognize it so book show. It was important for me. When adapting this to make it recognized wasn't itself a musical. And then you get a nice area where you just will. We're all conspiring to make believe in this. So and we are now making a movie of it. So that's another whole set of. Of different issues where you know, you're not just doing stage musical you're gonna put it out there on the film. I wanna play another song from meaning of life. This is a song about the Roman Catholic church. This.

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"john laura" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Family message that was sent via full house. Murphy Brown is still on TV today. Right. All the shows in the eighties aren't CBS. I saw that the other that was flipping through the channels. Look, I had I I was in the woods. Back. But this time he's Latino like I had this is how spoiled we've gotten right? I was in the woods all weekend, and I had like nine channels, and you know, when you've got the nine channels. None of them are good like I got excited when I saw someone who looked like John cusak because his level of of performance was better than all of these fake actors that I had down there trying to look like him like, you know, what I mean? Like, it's one of those. It's one of those crappy spin off shows that's trying to I I don't even know what the hell it was. But I saw Murphy Brown. She was they're doing the same show. That she was doing it wasn't a rerun from the eighties. It was Brad was Murphy Brown right now doing Murphy Brown thing. And when I'm wondering is how did someone not get moon viz out of there before now? Just for bringing Murphy Brown best for all of it. Just for all of it. Just for what CBS presently does. John Laura cat really did a yeoman's work on that show because everyone like eight didn't get the big last. But that showed just doesn't work without John. Laura cat who is the star that wasn't a bowl. Or was it? Dave. Oh, Dave Anderson. Dave, Dave Anderson. The Judge Harry Anderson rest in peace. That's a fun. Well, you jumped right in there, though, an agreed with Dave Anderson. Yeah, I believe you repeated Dave Anderson, and then you came in with a fine. How does that work? Do you pay half of that with them because you didn't know it was fine where there's a fine for me. I mean, that's how to find system works. I did do that. I'm acknowledging that I did it. But I don't get a fine for that. I mean, you want me to go have these with you so disarming to see a judge with the bedside manner of Harry Anderson, I guess things are run differently in the night court. They should bring back nightrider, man. Seriously. Can't well. What's the one? They should bring that night cordray, right? Put it on the poll put that on the poll as well given. What should we bring back night core or Knight rider? David Hasselhoff talking to a car John law Kenwood four issues for that show four. Jomar was he was a huge star. And you know, the character. He was playing Stu got just a lecherous slime ball that nobody would trust with anything. And and just just awful except for that one part of being highly educated. Right. Thanks, guys. That was straight talk. It is brought to you by straight talk wireless nationwide. Coverage on America's largest.

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"john laura" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Message that was sent via full house. Murphy Brown is still on TV today. Right. All the shows in the eighties are CBS. I I saw that the other day I was flipping through the channels. Look, I had I I was in the woods pack. But this time he's Latino like I had this is how spoiled we've gotten right? I was in the woods so weakened, and I had like nine channels, and you know, when you've got the nine channels. None of them are good like I got excited when I saw someone who looked like John cusak because his level of of performance was better than all of these fake actors that I had down there trying to look like him like, you know, what I mean? Like, it's one of those it's one of those crappy. Spin off shows that's trying to I I don't even know what the hell it was. But I saw Murphy Brown. She was they're doing the same show. That she was doing. It wasn't a rerun from the eighties. Brad was Murphy Brown right now. Doing Murphy Brown thing. And what I'm wondering is how did someone not get moon viz out of there before now? Just for bringing Murphy Brown bats for all of it. Just for all of it. Just for what CBS presently does. John Laura can really did a yeoman's work on that show because everyone liked eight. I mean and get the big last, but that showed just doesn't work without John. Laura cat white. But who the star? There wasn't a bowler. Was it? Dave, Dave Anderson, and Dave Anderson. The Judge Harry Anderson rest in peace. That's a fun. Well, you jumped right in there, though, an agreed with Dave Anderson. Yeah, I believe you repeated Dave Anderson, and then you came in with a fine. How does that work? Do you pay half of that one thing because you didn't know it was fine. Where there's out a fine for me. I mean, that's how to find system works. I did do that. I'm acknowledging that I did it. But I don't get fined for that. I mean, you want me to go with you. So disarming to see a judge with the bedside manner of Harry Anderson, I guess things are run differently in the night court. They should bring back nightrider man seriously kit. What's the one they should bring that night cord or? Put it on the poll put that on the poll as well. Give what should we bring back ninth corps or Knight rider? David Hasselhoff talking to a car. John Laura Kenwood four maybe for that show four. John was he was a huge star. And you know, the character. He was playing Stu got just a lecherous slime ball that nobody would trust with anything. And and just just awful except for that one part of being highly educated. Right. Thanks guys that was straight talk. It is brought to you by straight talk wireless, nationwide coverage on America's largest.

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"john laura" Discussed on This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups

02:35 min | 3 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on This Week in Startups

"Seven with Matt. We worked with him before on the Clinton foundation stuff. We've done his could not be a better guy. Yeah. He's an amazing guy, John Stewart and same thing with both nexrad ISM and mission continues, which is veterans charity. But he, we did the night of too many stars with ten this year with your mayo and he, no, he got all of his buddies to come to it. You know, he's created so many people's careers like John Laura, Stephen Colbert Stephen, got right. Yes. So they can pull. Yeah, yeah, you could pull like, but also just like deeply deeply cares. Is this company going? Where's home as going? Is this like a company? You see eventually that could go public? You do? Yes. Wow. Yeah. Unpack that. What what would it take for this company to go public where we're going now is like we're going more and more into owning more and more of the inventory right in so sensually. There's never like lottery is the oldest mechanic in the world. There's never been a cool brand built on top of it. There's never been good storytelling. I mean, so like it's happening all over the country in the world right now. Tighly fragment and like you have to high in things like houses that they're doing right. That charity will do housing raffles on the big charities can do him. They, they give away a house, the house that exists in the world. I've never heard of this happens. It is like you buy a ticket and the dollar goes, the charity dollar goes towards the cost of the house or something. Yeah, they take a percentage. But there's all sorts of categories. It's slow, ever technology. I mean, people entering via fax machine and one eight hundred number on these things. I mean, that's like how argument is. And so there's just so many of those you can do you build that with like, great, you know, kind of game a five fund loyalty platform on top of that where people can continue to earn points into different tunings. Yeah. And you go category by category cars houses private jets and addition to all the talent stuff that we're doing and then expands internationally because you have a product with no Cox and in in their internationally appealing. So you scale that both on the demand side and supply side, how does the, how does the regulation work of people think it's becoming a lottery was? So it's when I see lottery. I mean, sweepstakes essentially functions as that mechanic, right? You know, but that's legal, our legal or totally everything we're doing and do like ten k. a. paper we developed, we developed a way to do that. There's some IP around it of how we can register these things around the world and every state in around the. World that is not not insignificant, not insignificant. We looked into it because I was going to give away my tesla model three for inside dot com.

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"john laura" Discussed on My Black Friend

My Black Friend

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on My Black Friend

"Like one of the like old convention centers nearby here to see him when i was a kid yeah yeah it's all it's cool stuff but but then he was like i remember watching the roadway is that thing where it's like he only kind of knows wrestling all teams like you would you know the role words okay animal he doesn't know their names or he's not confidence he's like he's like i remember watching the road warriors and it's like is it was that was that their name and my head i'm like yeah the legion of doom the road warriors hawk and animal yeah absolutely but but why why you you know know who i just i do the thing where i go yeah yeah yeah that was them and then he's like oh yeah they're crazy downplaying downplaying absolutely it's a hundred percent what it was like i didn't lean into and i was just like like yeah like you know one of them passed away and i i don't what i'm doing it i don't think i'm conscious that i'm doing it but it's looking back on it i feel like that's what i'm doing where i'm making it sound like i look back on it i made it sound like i was thinking of it as i was talking like i don't fucking know this stuff and i'm like one of them asked away and the other one his kid plays in the nfl like but i i know hawk passed away animal his son is as you know lauren ida's playing in the nfl but it's like the national football league lor night as rony yeah are they really is they are danny why does that just fucking realized john laura night this is related to animal from the lauren was was animal's fucking son say i didn't think about john lewis same they are their brothers who fun john laura knight as an animal or brothers yeah people i i'm pretty sure but they're definitely related they're definitely related but i'm pretty sure they're empty dirty it's weird right because we're so conditioned the john laura night is is the most uncalled guy you've ever met he's the most dicky's versus but animal is e coolest fucking dude you've ever met like jesus animal definitely road motorcycles while drinking beers like crushing on his head as cruising down the.

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Tokyo, Los Angeles and John Laura discussed on The Steve Dahl Show

The Steve Dahl Show

00:46 sec | 3 years ago

Tokyo, Los Angeles and John Laura discussed on The Steve Dahl Show

"Traveling from tokyo to los angeles ford's spokesman john laura tells us the group decided to do something special to celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of the mustang bullet almost a hundred people signed up and with five or six stops along the way we've called all the mustang clubs from here to la to join him when they stop maybe at the hotel or do occur shoulder ford dealer so we're expecting hundreds of mustangs to follow along this route four it has also ponied up to new twenty thousand nine bullet prototypes to be included in the road tour this all wraps up in california with a friend of steve mcqueen reception dinner on friday june first and a car show on june second at boys republic steve mcqueen's childhood boarding school chlor tells me that they'll be driving about eight hours a day to get to each destination tomorrow they'll do a veteran salute.

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"john laura" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

Stuff You Missed in History Class

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on Stuff You Missed in History Class

"Savior for her wales adaptation came out in nineteen thirty one two remakes of it came out in nineteen forty and nineteen fiftysix although the latter version is a lot different and is titled gabby wheel had pleased the studio with his production he had stayed on schedule he had stayed on budget and though the film subject matter met with some controversy and had to be edited in some markets it was successful enough that the director was given his pick of projects for his third film and that's how in one thousand nine hundred eighty one wailed directed what would become one of his most famous films of all time frankenstein another adaptation obviously the screenplay was based on mary shelley's novella and the appeal of the frankenstein story for wale was really simple he just didn't feel like making another war movie that strikes me as ironic for reasons that will become clear as we go forward part of what made this picture so unique is the fact that whale wasn't a horror director even though as john laura that was still kind of congealing but he told the story of the doctor driven by his obsession and the monster that he created as though it were a straight drama an audience is loved it it made boris karloff famous and it really put horror on the map as a respectable in commercially viable genre and it also gave james wale a great deal of power at universal studios while executives at the studio wanted wail to repeat his frankenstein success he decided to make a film called the impatient maiden next this is about a young woman and a doctor who meet ball free other decided not to pursue a relationship and are later pushed together when the doctor has to perform an emergency appendectomy on her.

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"john laura" Discussed on Double Toasted

Double Toasted

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"john laura" Discussed on Double Toasted

"John laura it's it is weird nasal and it's like yeah this guy supposed to be like this macho guy able to keep up with laura crops laura croft fuck lor grub and he's just some schmucky guy that doesn't even know how to use his own words it's really weird scene gain craig is like a schlub schlumpy dude bright keeping james bond later like how right even in other like non james bond rules later on like he's like the man's man you're watching this you're like what the fuck your closed quite fit your ri kind of that makes me feel weird like roger bore lula before he was james bond did he looks like a nasal douche fucking roger moore more never played american thing is the thing fair enough fair and he news range new his limits but otherwise she gets his thing appraised her dad's friend betrays her because he fucking loom noddy and she finds out that the guy that her dad's friend recommends her to go see a swindler and a con artist okay so she pretty she finds us out because she's apparently just inherently intuitive and smart and that's confusing enough as it is and what i mean by intuitive in terms of being able to discover kind of the things that are not so quite right about these people that are interested in her i've fucking providence which they all know what it is she discovers that he's a part of the aluminum after fifty minutes into the film the film is like oh yeah fifty minutes.

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